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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY,

May Be Cardinal

MUSIC AND
MUSICIANS

the fight against unemployment. I ask held by the Junior literary students
this for their own sake, and for the this year.
sake of the rising generation." The committee in charge has an-
Speechles and nmanifestos tonight are DRMtD m I[?1 nounced a plan of making the affair
numberless, but there is little new to 1 rIPl w ruFOR T o aIahlti ntue.CochTalWi
be said on the situation. Premier
Baldwin, Mr. Lloyd George, Mr. As- man and "Herb" Steger, captain of the
quith, Mr. Churchill and J. Ramsay Speeches, food, music and smokes 1924 Varsity football team, are the
MacDonald, are still making final ef- will be the order for the junior literary speakers on the program. Music will
forts to win votes tomorrow in various smoker to be held at 7:30 o'clock next be furnished by Kennedy's Six of Dia-
parts of the country. Tuesday night in the reading room of monds orchestra. Refreshments and
the Union. It is the first gathering smokes will complete the program.

Strauss Writes Opera sic N!,ht,-.500to2.5
Berlin, Dec. 5.-Richard Strauss is Wed.Mat.50oto$1.50
Sat. Mat. SQ. 4@ $2.00
writing music for 'a new opera, the Vie M~ost Excitinag Playr Ever W'ritten
book of which is by Hugo HoffmannA -
sthal, the theme taken from GrecianCA AD THE
mythology. Strauss says it "abounds Presented by Ithe Company Which
in humor." Played Chicago All Last Season
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Three concerts are planned under
the auspices of the University School
of Music, to given Dec. 9, 12, and 16.
One, that of Dec. 12, is a part of the
regular Choral Union series.
Mrs. Willi 'n Wheeler, soprano,
Mrs. Maud Okkelberg, and Albert
Lockwood all of the School of Music
faculty, will present a twilight recital
on Dec. 9 in Hill auditorium. The
program includes some numbers for
two pianos played by Mrs. Okkelberg
and Mr. Lockwood. The public with
the exception of children under 12,,
is cordially invited to attend the rec-
ital.
Efrem Zimbalist, the Russian vio-
linist, will appear on the regular
Choral Union series on Dec 12. Mr.
Zimbalist is accompanied by Mr. Em-
anuel Bay. The concert will be Mr.
Zmbalist's debut before an Ann Ar-
Sbor audience.
Handel's Messiah will be sung by
the High School chorus of several
hundred voices, on Dec 16. The chor-
us will be directed by Mr. George
Oscar L3owen, head of the public
school music department. The .solo
parts will be taken by Mrs. Killian
Wheeler, soprano, Miss Doris Howe,
contralto, Mr. William Wheeler, tenor,
and Mr. R. Winfield Adams, baritone.
The public is invited to attend the
concert.
5,0.ATOSL XIT MAS
fUND OU CAMPUS TODAY
Tag day will be held on the campus'
today to raise funds for the S. C. A.,
children's Christmas dinner. Stu-
dents will be stationed at prominent
corners and all contributors will be
presented with a tag. The sum will
be, left entirely up to the donor.
The Christmas dinner for more than
200 poor children which is expected
to be given with the funds obtained
from the drive will be held at 3 o'clock
next'Thursday in Lane Hall auditor-
ium. Clothing and yuletide entertain-
ment for the children will be an add-
ed feature.
David Bromberg, '25, is chairmin of
the drive. The committee in charge
of the entire entertainment includes
the following; R. C. Straub, '25, Lau-
rence DLooge, '24. Ralph Byers, '24,
Clarence . Ke sn, David Brom-
berg, '25, C. A. Stevens, '26, Elmer
Lautner, '26, Louise Gallaway, '24,
Ruth Rankin, '26 Ellura Harvey, '25,
Verena Moran, '25, Thelma Stevenson,
'24, and Jessica Megaw, '25.
More than 185 children of the total
number expected to be taken care of
havealready been arranged for. The
entertainment conmittec plans to fur-
ther use the funds raised in this cam-
paign in supplying a Christmas tree
for the campus as has been done in
previous years. Hugh, K. Duffield,
'24 represents the committee on the
Student council.
To Unite Navy And
Merchant Marine

HISTORIARN TO LECTURlE.
O' N CONFEDIERACY TOA

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Worthington C. Ford of Boston,
. r.yMass., will speak on "Some Aspects of
the Diplomacy of the Southern Con-
federacy" at 4:15 o'clock today in Tap-
pan hall. Mr. Ford is the editor of all
the publications, proceedings, and col-
lections of the Massachusetts historical
society, and is the foremost authority
on the lives of the Massachusetts
Adams family, President John Adams,
President John Quincy Adams, Charles
Francis Adams, the American ambas-
sador to England during the Civil war,
and Henry Adams..
Mr. Ford has spent many years of
extensive research in the study of the
archbishop Georg'e Wiillant diplomacy of the southern confederacy.
r undeleinh iHis discussior- of the subject will be
T usXin ea -open to the public this afternoon. To-
That Pope Pius Xi will create Arch- morrow he will talk again to an in-
bishop George William Mundelein, of vited audience in the Clements library.
Chicago, a cardinal at the secret con-, For many years Mr. Ford held the
sistory in Rome Dec. 20, is the report position of chief of the bureau of stat-
emanating from the Italian city Arch- I istics of the department of state, and
bishop Mundelein has been mentioned that of chief of the division of manu-
frequently for the red hat in rumors scripts of the library of congress. The
that a new American cardinal is to be titles of a few of his noted works upon
created. historical subjects are as follows: "The
Journals of the Continental Congress,"
Baldwin Issues "The American Citizens' Manual," and
"The Standard Silver Dollar."
Appeal For Votes While in Ann Arbor, Mr. Ford is the
guest of his cousin, Professor Ulrich
London, Dec. 5.-(By A. P.)-On the B. Phillips of the American history de-
partment.
eve of polling day, Premier BaldwinI
issued what is assuredly one of the Reds Gather hIornmanoff Papers

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its last two reigns to hand them over
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Washington, Dec. 5. - Senator
Walsh, democrat, Mass., announced
today he would introduce a bill pro-
viding that the government merchant
fleet be made a part of the Navy and
that a second assistant secretary of
the Navy take over the duties of the
shipping board and the emergency
fleet corporiat on.
The bill would provide that the sec-
ond assistant Secretary in time of
peace operate all merchant ships now
being operated by the government.
Foreign Students
To Hear Sanders
Cosmopolitan club will meet at 7:30
o'clock tomorrow night in Room 110
of the University library to hear Prof.
H. A. Sanders of the Latin depart-
ment tell of his experiences and ob-
servations in Europe. Prof. Sanders
has just returned from a year abroad
during which he visited in Germany,
France, Italy, and Spain, and is ex-
pected to give an explanation of the
conditions of the monetray systems
as well as tell some of his experiences
on the continent. The public is in-
vited.

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French Notables Visit Coolidge
Washington, Dec. 5.- Paul Dupuy,
French senator, publisher of the Petit
Parisien ,called at the White House
with Ambassador Jusserand to see.
President Coolidge.
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