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July 21, 1917 - Image 3

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The Wolverine, 1917-07-21

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ANNOUNCE ARJISIS FOR
PBE-FBIYA[L SEBIES
Galli-Curei, Ysaye, and Other Notables
of Musical World to Appear
Here
Several of the world's greatest musi-
cal artists and organiations have been
engaged for the coming Choral Union
season. The schedule contains stars
that are foremost in music circles.
Madame Galli-Curci, the famous
Spanish-Italian coloratura soprano,
will appear in October in a song re-
cital. She will be assisted by a pianist
and a flutist of first class caliber.
The distinguished Belgian violinist
Eugen Ysaye, who has not been heard
in Ann Arbor for about 25 years, will
render a recital November. Ysaye
ranks as the greatest living violinist
and represents the last of the old
school performers.
Ethel Leginska, the young pianist
who created such a sensation at the
last May festival, is scheduled for a
complete recital in December.
First Appearance of N. Y. Orchestra
Walter Damrosch, conductor of the
New York Symphony orchestra, is bill-
ed for January. This organization is
known throughout the world for its
excellence. Its leader, Mr. Damrosch.
like his brother Frank, is the worthy
successor of his father, Leopold, whose
influence upon music in America has
01 been so important.
The last and fifth number on the
pre-festival series has not yet been
booked. Negotiations are pending with
several stars in the musical world.
May Festival Program
The May Festival will consist of six
concerts to be given during the month
of May. The exact date has not yet
been ascertained. It will be featured
by the combined efforts f the Chicago
Symphony orchestra, of 70 players,
under the direction of Mr. Frederick
Stock, the University Choral Union,
a large children's chorus, a pianist,
organist, and a number of other artists.

THE WOLVERINE
after ambushing the men, by a ma-
chine gun platoon. The problem dis-
PA T -C HE J l.ayed the ability of the men in this
I A.A.',. 9...line, and a larger problem will be un-
dertaken shortly. These war games
were invented by the late German
IN QURt SALAD DAYS General von Der Goltz.
Rub-"Gee, there goes a peach of Trip Plaund to3 1t. Clements
a pair." Forty men under Major Wilson will
Dub-"Yeah. An' I've had 'em both leave on Friday, July 27, for a tour of
out." inspection of the Mt. Clements avia-
SRub-"Did you li the blond or tion field, where the men will witness

vided at 6:30 o'clock Wednesday even-
ing on Ferry field if a sufficient num-
ber of men sign up. The new squad
that will be orgiized will obtain in-
tensive work in military drill, tactics,
and field work fr the rest of the sum-
mer session.
Three Fined for Breaking Traffic Rules
Ann Arhor's motor policeman has
made his long arm to extend'into the
pockets of several more of the speed
demons of the city. S. A. Curtiss and
Paul Billings were fined by Judge
Doty yesterday for speeding over 30
miles an hour on Packard street.

Add much
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We have
them from
$15 upward
Also a
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of Records
Also a fine line of
Mandolins
Banjo- Mandolins
Guitars
and Ukuleles
Strings
and Supplies

CAMP HAYIS BOYS CET
MiLIAHYINSIDCJIONS
Drill Is of Canadian Tyse; Baseball
Teams Formed to Play Three
Days a Week
Captain Martin, instructor in mili-
tary drilling at Camp Davis, is giving
the engineers and foresters a thor-
ough understanding of the rudiments
of trench digging, bomb throwing, for-
tification construction, rifle and bayo-
net drills,, semaphoring and setting
up exercises this summer.
The military drill, although differ-
ing in some points from the American
type, will serve the same purpose as
accomplished by any military drill.
Discipline and the ability to execute
orders quickly are the objects sought
and these may be realized just as read-
ily by the Canadian drill as by any
other. Lectures are given every Mon-
day, Wednesday, and Friday evening
at o'clock on nlitary subjects.
Two baseball leagues have been
formed and the teams are running on
a regular schedule, playing every Mon-
day, Wednesday, and Friday evenings,
one on the Blackfly and one on the
Mosquito diamond. The best material
will be picked to play several outside
games, including one in Petoskey,
which is booked for the middle of
August.
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the brunette better?"
Dub-"Th blond is the better danc-
er. Besides, the brunette more."
SOME OLD STUFF
"If Miss I. Sippi wears her new
jersey, what will Della ware?"
"I don't know. Alaska."
WITH MICKEY AT THE ZOO
"What's that bird over there, Uncle
Pat? Isn't he funny! See how sad
he looks. Can he fly? He's awful
droopy, isn't he? Why don't you
answer, Uncle? He is a bird, isn't
he?"
"Well, he's beginning to show some
signs of life. That's the American
eagle, Mickey."
A HOT ONE
Ruth-"Why do you call Hazel's
new hat 'a la mode'?"
Helen-'Oh, I scream whenever I
see it."
WEAR AS ADAM'S ALE
John-Gee, it rains easy here,
doesn't it?"
Henry (who has just come in out of
it)-"No. It rains hard."
SPEAKING of Adam's Ale we sup-
pose you know it is so called from the
fact that in small towns they catch it
in eaves troughs and then drink it.
S. 0. S.*
After a fellow goes to Detroit to
celebrate he usually comes home a
sadder Budweiser man.
*Also used to call for help.
IS THIS A FIT
Customer-"I want to buy a pair of
shoes.'
Clerk-Yes, sir.. A long pointed
man's shoe?".
Customer-."No.\ One for a aort,
fat fellow with a ubber sole."
ARMY STORIES COURSE
When the rain falls, it drenches
The boys in the trenches.
(If you don't believe it, come and see-
I've been here.)
(Signed) P. A. T.
Request Made for
Extra Drill Hour
Men Taking Military Training to Vis-
it Mt. Clemens Aviation
Field July 27
Men engaged in Major C. E. Wilson's
military courses are working hard
every day. The work has become so
interesting to the students that re-
quests have been made for another
drill period.
On Thursday afternoon a battalion
under Majors Montelius and Lowry
moved from the vicinity of Pittsfield,
due northeast of Ann Arbor, with or-
ders to destroy the bridge. The com-
pany, under Captain Tucker, engaged
in the defense, discovered at 3:45
o'clock the point of the advanced party
about a mile south of the defensive
position.
Orders were issued immediately to
the scouts to advance in a northerly
direction. Each scout endeavored to
conceal his movements, and shortly
the support was observed about one
mile south.
Company of Supports Wiped Out
The defensive position succeeded in
wiping out a company of the supports

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observe the internal workings of the
camp.
An extra drill period will be pro-

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