THE MICHIGAN DAILY
life of James Craig Watson, Director.
of the University of Michigan Obser-
va toriy from 186 1 to 1879f, fTa-Vill
be served at 4 :00.
At 8 p.mr. ill Lt, Auditorium rof !tcm
Untiversity High r school the I nItrpnt
live Arts S ociet~y Will hold a con,.s
inl Lte reading ,of srcenes >froi llak~
speaire. The spealkers areth l~jCha--
wick, Virginlia Chaipmazn, William
Dickert, an1d Mtu-rl Horltl. Tick tS
11ay be btaJ:11ined wihout ehar'je "t
the office of itte Depa ]it nnit of
?ilpech11 nd nclerl A I,ingu tlicW,
,0ooml 3'211 A.H1.; Or ::ait11h'. I&okL
.:torr fromr 2 to 4.
varisy 61tc Club: 131roadcast at
11) p~inimportanart reheav :.d at 7:30
p~~~..Ever-Y mrntIn im111le bepres-
Ai l - ~ r i' t e g~ ci aii lass who would 1be interested in N a-
val Aviation Flight Course <?t Pen-
sacola this sumwymer will meet in
Room 1042 'East 'Engineering build-
ing, at 8 p.m. Lieut. C. W. Williams,
U.S.N.-Rees,, the officer in charge of
this training in this area will be pres-'
ent, to address all interested parties.
Varsity B;and: Important Concert
Band rehearsal atL 7:15 'p.m. in Mor-
ris Hall. All inemabers of ate Con-
(crt Band must be_ present.
Vaiguard Galb: "The Tennessee
Valley Experiment" by Arthur Well-
manl, University student who has Just
returned from a study of this prob-
1cm on the field. Presented by the
Michigan Vanguard Club at its regu-
lar meeting in the Michigan Union
,it 8 p.m., Room 319-321. The gen-
eral public is invited.
Vitlckns: Picture will be taken At
5:00 p.m. At bey's Studio.
I~xnglish Jiorrrai Chit) will 'meet
?n; the League Priday, April 20. Busi-
r.1ss fieting, at 4 -00, inclutding'bom.-
rnations of officers and an arnendl-
mlent to tife constitution. Program
open to the pulblic at 4:20. Subject:
The Humanist Interpretation of Lt
ti-ery Scholarship. D~iscussion by
Mr. Helem, Miss Richardsoni, Mr. Web-
ster, M. koellinger.
Pi Lambda 'Ilieta Initiation and
BPanqcuet, Friday, at 6:0l0 pm. in the
University 'Elementary School Libra-
! y. All mnembers actt(- di~ig ,cell Es-
1'her Belcher, 4121, Ex, 4fr0 '1thur'>day,
l ?1:1') 1J,9,to nake C rairs
(Xi.m-opiiianl Club: Meting oun
:aturday, April 21, 8:00 pl.m., Stalker
)fall. Dr. Mehmiet 'Aga-Oglu, Freer
Fellow and Lecturer on OrrientAl Art,
(f Other iDays
l 1iFootiits Ag'ain
((iulI Ll ; ikH 1'tlr,fl i' .ge ))
06 Th' Iviol-nim1 I'116 d Make (IU Foi
'T'lie fame of tile opelra grew rapidly
wnd the show becamne a ,soutrce of tre-
mendlous annual revenue. A climax
was reac-hed in D-2:1 wheni "Cotton
St~ocking s" reg-istered a sman~shing suic- '
cess ne(_tting a1 profit of morie than
$30,000. Th e Lunprmecedenited success of
fthe pr-oduction- is attibutied by many
to the puiblicity given the student-fac-'
ulty disputet over the vehicle's adver-
tising slogan, "Cotton Stockings Never.
Make a Manl Look Twice."
Following the presentation of
"T'ickled to Death" in 192 4. the Union
produced "Tambourine" for which
Milton Peterson, director of "With
Banners Flying," composed the music.
Peterson also played an active part
the next year in writing the words
rind lyrics,, as well as the m usic, for
the show "front Page Stuff."
"The Same To You," "Rainbow's
End" and "Merrie-Go-Round,," which
was also written by Mr. Haines, were
the last three productions.
Attempts were made following the
success of "Cotton Stockings" to pre-
sent other operas on that same grand
scale, but never again did the show
draw the box office profit that the
1923 production earned, Each year the
receipts decreased until finally the
last offering in 1929 showed a deficit.
An effort was made, after the pro-
duction w,,as abolished, to supplant the
Union Opera with a purely campus
show, which was presented only lo-
' ally on a sm'al scale. Tfhis did not
take the place of its preudecesxor and
the traditionl died 'completely.
will give an illustrated lecture on
"Turkish Art during the Seldjtuk-pe-
n rod." In conjunction with Dr. Aga-
Oglu's lecture Miss Faize F. Shev-
ket, a Barbour Scholar from Turkey,
will also speak, explaining the great
Isocial change which took place in1
'furkey. Everyone is welcome.
bance(I.r radu1ateStudet- n 1
S aturdauy, April 21), at the Women's
Atbhletic I"ttilding, from tl o 12 o'-
clock. Bowling from 10 to 11 :340 c o k in sl ! c
*il Tho.:ojhy: The Ann Arbor Tnelio-
*sophical Society will discuss "Fac.-
Phone 2-1214. Place advertisements with
Classified Advertising i-)epartment,
The classified colum~ns close at ive
o'clock previous to day of insertion.
Bovx Numbers mnay be secured at no
Cash in Advance-llc per reading line
(On oasisi of five average words to
line) for one or two insertioins.
lOc per readinig linre for three or more
Minimum three lines per Insertion.
Telephone Rate--15c per reading line for
one or two inisertions.
14c per reading line for three or more
10%o discount If paid within ten days
fromn the date of last ins.ertioxn.
Minimum three lines per insertion.
By Contract, per line -2 lines daily, one-
94]fines E.O D., 2 months ...... 3c
2 limes daily, college year....7Ic
4 lines E. 0. D., college year ,..,7 'c
100 lines Used as deslred ......9e
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LOW00 lines used as desired . '?d
2.000 lines used as desired .6
Thie above rates are per reading line,
based on eight reading lines per invih of
'71,1 point Ionic type, upper and lower
case. AIcd 6c per line to above rates for
all capital letters. Add 6c per line to
above for. boldi face, upper and lower
case. Add 10 per line to above rates for
bold face capital letters.
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Br'ing Your title
A:ssociated Motor Ser vicePs, Tnc.
311 W. itiron, Ph. 2-2001
t1,ility foG~l t let i'r prices:,
13' merals $300U
O0 'eils ~iPer Week,$38
rAXi--Phone 9000. Seven-passenger
cars. Only standard rates. Ix
ARCADE CAB. flal (31 16. Large comn-
forwtable cabs. Standard rates, 2x
T AUNpFRX 2-1044. Sax 'darned.
Careful work at low price. 4x
-WANTED: MEN'S OLD AND NEW
shits. Will pay 3, 4. 5, 6 and 7 dol-
lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4206. Chi-
cago Buiyers. Temrporary office. 200
North Main. 5x
LOST: Gamma Phi Beta pin. Lost on,
campus. Finder please call 2-22 17.
lieriatn ives Lis iitre
On National Park Flora
P. J. Hte mann lectured on "The
Flora of Lassen Volcanic National
Park" 'at the meeting of 'the Michi-
gan Botanical Seminar yesterday in
the Natural Science Building. Slides
and plates were shown to supplement
tors in Spir-itual Pro-m'e(is" by Annie
Besant, Frih ay, at 8:00 p .iin Mirlii-
Presbyterian Students and their
gurests are wel'com~ed to attend ai palty
at the Church House from 9 to 12
Friday. Dancing and ref01,i! hL
ILutrtefir Stdents: There will be a7
Lutheran Student Pacrty on Friday
evening, April 20. Enter'tainment will
he tgaines tand d(lncint"g~,,1e t ti-1
Zijon YLutherari Par-ish PHall at8:15
p~n'. Tansprtaionwill t*Ie 'iVid-
Civ il ServieExara
The University Butreaui of Appoint-
ments andi Occupational Information
has received notice of a, series of ex-
aminations to be given by the United
States Civil Servi'ce Commission.
~Positions which will be filled in-
clude, junior forester, junior range
examiner, storekeeper-gauger in the
Dureau of Indu.strial Alcohol, and
Annou~lncemt1WJs haVe alISo been re-
tcivlcd;frothe be ft.D roil, Civil Servi ce
("OrItisII, I of t''alflil ationsl for po-
:;iit?.5 of jllnir tyjist, ,juntior ste.-
lo.;r; lill' ,a'nd pktyf'eade~i- foi' suim-
l fer plat~rroundIs. These positions
are open o6nly to persons who areo le-
g >1 residlen±s of Detiroit.
Xnnou'nlcements are on file at the
office of t~h~e -uurai, 201 Mason Hall.
a . ickt e 'rt:I :,Y'e $150 '. trd n Tition.
E me i'r i' . U,01 ! 'i til f Af van'4d
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