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-THURST)AY_ MARCH 27. An

,THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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Program for Annual Appearance
Is Fixed by Traditions
of Long Standing.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE
Enthusiastic Comments Received'
From Alumni Listeners
to Radio Program..
Ticket sales for the Spring con-
cert of the Glee Club which will
be given Wednesday night, April 2,
in Hill Auditorium, opened yester-
day at all the book stores, the Un-
ion desk, the Women's League
building, the School of Music, and
Lane Hall. All seats for this an-
nual concert are priced at 50 cents.j
Glee Club concerts and programs
have come to be a traditional af-
fair through long adherence to the]
same customs. The concert is al-
ways opened with "Laudes Atque
Carmina," by Stanley. This num-
ber is followed by "The Victors"I
and "Varsity." Programs are al-
ways concluded with "The Yellowl
and Blue."
To Sing Michigan Songs.
The club sings Michigan songs,I
official songs of the University and!
the unofficial songs of the Opera
and the various classes, through
which they convey the spirit of
Michigan. Every program includes
three or four of the compositions
of Earl Moore, the musical direc-,
tor of the School of Music.
Several times during the year,I
the organization turns romantic
and after a rehearsal journeys
fprth to provide a few merry min-
utes beneath the windows of a dor-
mitory or sorority. One of the big-
gest attractions on these serenades
are the lunches that are proferred
by the "Les Amoreuses" of the
campus.
Many Lauditory Notes Received.
Typical of the lauditory notes re-4
ceived after a broadcast is the fol--!
lowing received from an enthusi-
astic graduate: "In ecstasy I dug
out the old "M" pipe, loaded it,
fired. up, and enraptured, hung
with you through the last strains
of "The Yellow and Blue." In a
trice you carried me back to State
Street, Ferry Field, Joe's.......
Thanks. It was a ,treat."
Tomorrow night the organization
is planning to appear in Highland
Park in the McGregor auditorium
and under the auspices of the
Highland Park Musical club. This
will be the "Men's Night" of the
club and a reception will follow
the concert.

A. u ci :W rss Photo '
Col Gustave Leon,
Pilot of the Mexican air force
who is making preparations for a'
one-stop flight from MeXico City 1
to Paris, with New York as his in-
termediate point. He plans to start
early in May.
FOM V CONVNIN
Faculty Representatives Attend'
Annual Dental Association
Meeting in Toronto.
MICHIGAN MEN TALK
Michigan's six representatives at'
the American Association of Dental
schools annual meting in Toronto,
Canada which was held Monday,J
Tuesday and Wednesday of this i
week at the Royal York Hotel, will
return to the dental college todayl
after having taken an active part
in the convention program.
Two members of the local dele-
gation spoke during the assembly,
Dean Marcus L. Ward addressing
the gathering on Tuesday after-
noon at 3 o'clock on the "Develop-
ment of Research in Dental
Schools," and Dr. R. K. Brown giv-
ing a short lecture on the "Evalua-
tion of Personalities." Dean Ward
also gave a report at the business
meeting yesterday morning on the
work of, the educational council.I
The Michigan delegation was4
made up of Dean Ward and Doc-
tors Brown, Bunting, Kingery, Rick-
ert, and Evans, all members of the
local faculty. The meeting was en-I
tirely a faculty affair, the Ameri-.
can Association of Dental Schools
including all the universities and
colleges in the United States and
Canada concerned with the teach-
ing of the profession .

Four Countries Plan Attempts
to Wrest Speed Record
From Germany.
MANY ADMIRE EUROPA
(\y Associated Press)
NEW YORK; March 26 - The
greatest shipbuilding race in his-
tory, in which four nations will at-
tempt to wrest from Germany the
honor of having the fastest steam-
ship afloat, was forseen today.
Germany's hold on the mythical
blue ribbon of the Atlantic was
firmly clinched Tuesday when the
new North German Lloyd liner
Europa established a record of 4
days, 17 hours and 6 minutes from
Cherbourg breakwater to Ambrose
channel lightship, enitrance of New
York harbor, bettering by 18 min-
utes the former record established
by her sister ship, the Bremen.
However, ever since the Bremen
took the speed championship from
the Cunard liner Mauretania last
July plans have been under way in
Great Britain, France, Italy, and
the United States to build ships in
the hope of carrying off the speed
championship.
The United States lines already
have submitted plans for two su-
per-liners capable of maintaining
an average speed of 28 1-2 knots.
Both ships will cost about $30,000,-
000 each.
In Great Britain, the Cunard line
has completed plans for a ship of
approximately 60,000 tons. In
France, construction of a super-
ship by the Freneh lime awaits only,
enlarging of the St. Nazaire ship-
yard, while in Italy both the Navi-
gazione Generale Italiana and the'
Lloyd Sabaudo have plans prepar-1
ed for ships designed to make a .
speed of 28 1-2 knots.
The Europa's average speed for:
her record run was 27.91 knots, but
l for several hours she reached a top;
speed of 29.01 knots. She is of 48,-I
746 tons. The Bremen is 51,656
tons.
Although Capt. Nicolaus Johnsen;
declined to confirm predictions that
the ship in calmer weather would;
be able to average 30 knots, he ad-'
mitted he thought she would be!
able to do better than her present
record.
One of the senior engineers said
she would not attempt to make a
better average than 28.5 knots un-
til the appearance of a competitor
should make a faster speed neces-
sary. This, he predicted, would
not be for at least four years.
Capt. Johnsen, who made his first
Isea trip as a mess boy of 16on a
500-ton bark around Cape Horn.
expressed satisfaction over the per-
formance of his ship but received
all congratulations calmlya
I "I had no intention of making a:
record," he said. "The Europa just
walked away with it."
VARIED PROGRAM FEATURES
WINTER SPORTS CARNIVAL

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BANKS
Ann Arbor Savings ....-.....707 North University
Farmers and Mechanics....... Nickels Arcade
BARBER SHOP
Dewey Smith .................1110 South University
Thompson ..................802 South State
BEAUTY SHOPS .
College Beauty Shop ......... 300 South State
DiMattia Beauty Salon........340 South State
Michigan Beauty Shop.......Michigan Theater Bldg.
Mirror Beauty Shop. ........
Raggedy Ann Beauty Shop.. .1110 South University
Stoddard Hair Shop ......... 707 North University
BOOKS, STATIONERY, SUPPLIES
Mayer and Schairer .......... 112 South Main
O. D. Morrill..............314 South State
Slaters Inc. .................320 & 334 S. State, 549 F. U
Student Supply .............1111 Soutt University
George Wahr's ..............316 South Siate
CANDY AND SODAS
Betsy Ross .................. Nickels Arcade
Sweetland ..................212 South Main
Michigan Soda Grill. .. . .... 601 East Liberty
CLEANERS
American Dry Cleaners ....... 215 E. Washington
American Rug Cleaning .......1032 Greene
Goldman Cleaners ...........214 South State
Greene Cleaners ............516 E. Liberty
Oswald Katz, Cleaner........814 South State
White Swan ...............Maynard Street
COAL
Cornwell Coal ........... . . Huron and Fourth

MEN'S CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS
Browning, King Co. . . . .319 South Main
Camelet Bros. ............308 South State
Conlin and Wetherbee ........118 E. Washington
Tom Corbett...............116 E. Liberty
Del Prete ..................213 E. Liberty
Fiegel's ............ .. ....332 South Main
Greenwood & Kilgore.. .. .. . . 324 South State
I-loldeis & Co-....:........ 212 South Main
Lindenschiitt and Apfel.....209 South Main
Nlarquardt, Tailor .........608 E. Liberty
r.1asten and& Chase.. .......211 South Main
-il-ons-Inc --...............119 South Main
T. & B. Clothing............ 214 South Main
. . affell and Bush'.:............604 E. Liberty
hot"pson's..-.......... 1107 South University
linker & Co..............342 South State
Zan Boven' Inc..............326 South State
ladh'ams & Co.............109 E. Washington
Xliagner Co................303 South State
V iid & Co.................. 311 South State
MARKET
Atnn Arbor Dairy ............ 118 W. Liberty
Arbor Springs Water ......... 4th and Catherine
Dawn Donuts..............216 E. Washington
Forest Ave. Market ..........530 Forest
libertyyM-arket--...........416 W. Huron F
McTDotialds Ice Cream........ 436 Third
Purity Bakery ..............707 Parkard
;;"arr Grocery ...............709 Packard
P!HOTOGRAPHERS
IDey Studio ................334 South State
Fraicisco Boyc..... ... . .719 North University
Rentschler S:Lidio......... ..319 East Huron

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DANCING
Armory....................223 E. Ann
Michigan Union ............South State
Michigan League .............North University
DEPARTMENT STORES

M SIC .
University Music House ........Maynard at William
Choral Union Concerts ....... . Wil Auditorium
REAL ESTATE
A. S. Lyndon ..............302 Ypsi Ann Bldg.
Prooks-Newton ..............:Liberty at Fourth
RECREATION
Mullison's Stables ...........326 E. Ann
Saunders Canoe Livery .......Foot of Cedar
RESTAURANTS AND TEA ROOMS
Arcade Cafeteria............Nickels Arcade
Bright Spot ................802 Packard
Clarks Tea Room............1110i South Univel
Le Roy Clayton...........611 E. Williams
Chubb House .............. South State

..e "w:3 r . vUi tL..1U :LAFAYETTE COLLEGE-Boxing,
.. wrestling, singing, a dog show and
thepat 2 yar,-i ws'how-i-agymnastics featured the Winter'
PENN STATE PLAYERS END the past 25 years, it was shown a Spots Carnival, recently staged by
TENTH YEAR ON CAMPUS recent study. There are now 3.125 the Physical Training Department
students, while the roll for 1905 of the eollege.
PENNSYLVANIA STATE COL- showed only 150. About half the
LEGE-Penn State Players last 'student population comes from six
states: New York, Illinois, Indiana,
week completed ten years of dra- Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Michigan..,
matic history, during which time, The university has 35 foreign3
one hundred full-fiedged plays pupils.,
were produced, with the presenta- I *
tion of "Francesca da Rimini." In MINOR CLASS OFFICERS
contrast to the comparatively ABOLISHED AT NEBRASKA [

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Goodyear Co. ...........
Mack & Co. ............
Montgomery Ward & Co...
DRUGS
Calkins-Fletcher ..........
Crippens Drug ..........
Eberbach & Sons.........
Edsill Drug Co............
Swift Drug ............. .

....124 South Main
....Main at Liberty
.... South Fourth near Liberty
324 & 818 S. State, 1101 S. U.
...North University at Thaver
....200 East Liberty
....208 South Main
....340 South State

crude productions of ten years UF
ago, "Francesca dia Rimini" was UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA-;I
elaborately staged with anodern- The student council passed a reso-
istic settings and lighting effects, lution recently abolishing minor
although the cast was gowned in l class officers. It was believed that
special costumes of the Renais- true class spirit suffered when
sance period. meetings were held for the solet
* *purpose of electing petty class of-
DENVER STUDENTS MUST ficials whose duties were negligible.
CEASE SMOKING ON CAMPUS i Faculty opinion was in opposition
to the student feeling in this mat-
UNIVERSITY OF DENVER-Stu- ter.
dents must continue to refrain * * V
from smoking on the campus. The ORIENTATION PROGRAM'
Student Commission's petition to PROPOSED FOR WISCONSIN
set aside the rule prohibiing smok-
ing on the campus was merely laid UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-
aside for an indefinite period by Plans for the formation of a Junior
the Administration, who feel that college embracing the freshman
there is not a sufficient number of and sophomore years are now be-
students who desire smoking on the ing proposed. Under this system the
campus. 1 orientation problems of these years
* *I*will be recognized as an issue sep-
NOTRE DAME ENROLLMENT arate from that of the last two
INCREASES AT RAPID RATE years of university life. The min
object is to secure a more effective
NOTRE DAME UNIVERSITY manner of guiding intellectual life
Enrollment at Notre Dame has in- than is being accomplished by the
creased over 2;00 percent within present departmental division.

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ELECTRICAL AND RADIO
Arborphone Sales ........521 E. Liberty
Crosley-Amrad Radio Shop ...615 E. William
Ernst Bros..................210 South Fourth
Detroit Edison .............. Main at William
Stimpson Radio ............521 E. Liberty

The Den......... .....
Freeman's Dining Room....
Forest Inn .... ..........
Tap Room ..............
Lane Hall Tavern..... ,. . .
M Hut ... .............
Michigamme Restaurant
New Granada ............
Parrot ..................
Jo Parker's..............
R. and S. Lunch...........
Student inn .............
SCHOOLS
Hamilton Business College...
Mack Tutoring Agency.'. .. .
SHOE REPAIRING
A. T. Couch & Son ........

. 1108 South University
..809 E. Washington
.538 Forest
Michigan Union
State at Washington
.. South State
. 607 E. Liberty
.. 313 South State
. South State
4th. near Huron
6,5Church
72Hill
State at William
...310 South State
. 1109 South University

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FINANCIAL
Brown-Cress & Co............First Natior.al Bank Bldg,
Merrill Lynch & Co,".... . ...Main at Huron
FLORISTS
Flowerday & Son .. , . .... ,...609 E. William
FURS
E. L. Greenbaum ..... . . .. .,..448 Spring St.
Zwerdling Fur Shop .........217 East iberty
FURNITURE
Chas. Wuerth & Co..,........113.115 L. Washingto*
Stanger Furniture . . ....117 West Liberty
GRAVEL
Killins Gravel Co...........5 Kresge Bldg.
JEWELRY
Carl Bey ................ . ..16 Nickels Arcade
Burr Patterson & Auld....... 603 Church
Hallers . ..............235 South State
Schlander and Seyfried....... 304 South Main
LAUNDRIES
White Swan ............... Presis Bldg., Maynard St.
Moe Laundry ......... ,......204 North Main
'Trojan Laundry ............615 E. Liberty
Varsity Laundry ............300 South Fifth

SHOE STORES
H. W. Clark ................ 1113 South University
Alexander Inc.... .....324 South State
Burton's Walk-Over Shop.....115 South Main
Campus Bootery............304 South State
Kinniey Shoe Co........... 117 South Mai
L. and B. Shoe Store........620 E. Liberty
J. Murphy Boot Shop ......... 9 Nickel's Arcade
Zittle & Nissle..............301 So. Main
Jacobson's .................East Liberty
SPORT GOODS
George Moe ................. North University, 902 State
WOMEN'S GARMENTS AND FURNISHINGS
Collins Shop...............600 E. Liberty
Goodyear Co. ...............124 South Main
C. J. HutzeI................301 So. Main
Jacobsons................: Liberty, near State
Kress Stores................115 . Liberty
Mack & Co............... Main and Liberty
McKinsey Hat Shop ...........227 South State
Helen Shop...............537 East Liberty
Mary Shaw Shjpp............ E. Liberty
E. F. Mills Co...............148 South Main
Rubley Shop ...............8 Nickel's Arcade
Vogue Shop ................221 South Main

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GOTo UNIVERSITY, MUSIC HOUSE
For Everything Musical

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