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PAGE FOUR

THE WOLVERINE

THE DETACHMENT NEW

ling by the soldiers and as a special
DETACHMENT TO feature some Japanese will give an
HEAR M. BELLEAU exhibition of u j tsu and Japanese
fencing W I UE IT
Monday, the detachment in forma-
tion, will be taken to hear Monsieurm
Jules Belleau lecture on "Combat and F
Communication." ~-
Comictinon ment as ben - John Philip Sousy Declares Conflict
Official announcement has been re- - Will Increase Imasgnationad
ceived from Washington to the effectIand
that 720 new men will arrive August Generate Enthusiasm
15. Plans of mobilization are under ( Pl -
way, but as this detachment is to be (By Paul Sheinkman)
of about the same size as the last it "The great war will serve to in-
will be handled in much the same crease the imagination of composers
manner, with a few improvements that , and to develop new insdlration," de-
have been arranged. * clared Lieut. John Philip Sousa dur-
ing the intermission Thursday even-
ing when asked or his opinion as to
the effect of the war upon music of
Y _r gr mthe period.
Saturday, moving pictures featuring . "I am sure that this is true for the
Vivian Martin in, "Unclaimed Goods." greater part of the world," said the
Sunday night at 7:30 o'clock, com- famous march king, "although, of
bined Y. M. C. A. and University ALICE JOYCE course, I cannot speak for Germany.
church services in Y. M., C. A. tent, in Vitagraph Blue Ribbon Featdr'. The only German composition in-
Reverend Hustin of Detroit, will "FIND THE WOMAN" spired by the war, which I have heard
speak. Monday, Professor I. J. Young of, is the "Hymn of Hate," and that
will give an illustrated lecture on the LOST-Two Shaeffer fountain pens on seems to combine all possible dis-
Foresters' Life. Tuesday, Detachment campus near Law Building last sonances In music. Of course there
Glee Club at Hill Auditorium. Wed- Thursday between 12 and 1. One will be a martial note injected into
nseday, moving pictures with Edith gold tipped. Finder please leave at the music. The people want no bun-
Storey in, "Treasures of the Sea." Secretary's \office, Law Building. , kum, no knocking off heads. They
Thursday, the K. of C. and Y. M. C. A. Alvin E. Evans. want the swing of tle marching boys
will combine to give a band concert In khaki and blue." Mere, the great
at the band stand, Otto's Marine Band WANTED-Young man to work eve- leader paused and smikd as he was
is to play. Friday, boxing and wrest- pings. Busy Bee, 313 So. State reminded of Jim, the pride of the

from Boitu's "Mephistofele," Thomas' SPEND YOUR VACATION ON T
"Mignon," Hosmer's rhapsody, "The GREAT LAKES
Southern," and Graingers dashing Travel via Detroit & Cleveland N
"Shepherds' Hey." igation Co. Daily service between:
truit and Buffalo. Leave Detroit 5
Soloists Exceptional P. M. Leave Buffalo 6:00 P. e. D
The solo numbers by Miss Marjorie service between Detroit and Cle
Moody and Miss Ruby Helder were land; leave both points 10:45 P.
two distinct hits on a program full of arrive at destination early follow
hits. Miss Moody has a wonderfully morning. Day trips Detroit and Ole
brilliant and true soprano which is as land July and August daily (ext
clear as a bell, especially in the up- Sundays) 8:30 A. M., arrive desti
per register. The voice of Miss Hel- tion 4:00 P. M. Four trips per w,
der is a sensation in that it is .a per- between Toledo, Detroit, Alpena, M
feet tenor of rare quality. Although kinac Island via coast line to M
it lacks somewhat in volume, at times kinac. Railroad tickets are hono
being lost in that band accompani- on all D. & C$ steamers.
ment, this is offset by an almost haunt-
ing sweetness which completely won LOST-Black bill fold with sum
the audience Thursday evening. money with name A. M. Flodqu
Sousa's new song, "In Flanders Field Finder return to U. of M. Hospi
the Poppies Grow," which she sang, Reward.
is full of pathos, as is Weatherly's

Danny Boy" which was sung as an
encore. Although a few moments were
necessary to adjust one's self to the
novelty of listening to a female tenor
voice, the listener had only to turn
his eyes from the singer to imagine
a male voice of beautiful quality.
Sousa and his band go from here to
Detroit where they have been engaged
by the city for one week of two con-
certs a day. To S. A.. Moran, of the
Arcade theater goes the credit for
bringing the organization to Ann Ar-
bor.

Trunks and travelling bags for
purposes-Koch & Henne.-Adv,
Dancing at the Armory every S
urday evening. Fisher's Orchesi
-Adv.
To learni pwrjig wl
requires close appioati
A t-pewriter and free
instruotion book from
O.D.Morrill. 3Z2 S. Stat
will do the rest.

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ho, as he marched by, was
one in all that great com-
was in step."
No German Music
as just completed a bril-
gement of one month in
nd brings the story of the
father who declared that his
he best in his regiment, not
e proud father said so, but
he boy's mother also said
y settling the matter be-
rt.
s you have noticed," de-
utenant Sousa' as he was
to go on for the second
e program, "that my pro-
e truly cosmopolitan. I
drawn geographical boun-
til now. You will find no
usic on my program."
dience Enthusiastic
ge audience which gathered
ditorium Thursday evening
e the famous bandmaster
nd of artists, was perhaps
enthusiastic that has come
Ann Arbor on an occasion
ind in many years. The
er was most generous with
s which were largely 'his
ositions, and which invar-
ght forth a burstof ap-
sr the first few notes and
e of the number.
orish Scene number, "The
Granada" by Chapi, which
A Spanish music, started
ogram with a dash. Mr.
son, cornetist, played one
an encore which were both
cally received. Sousa's
Studies, "The Dwellers in
n World" were highly char-
of the different races of
ch they represented.
did and decidedly natural
ion of "For America and
y Earl V. Moore and Dr. L.
was given, the band almost
ur own Varsity band in its
this number. Other num-
e program were selections
at the Armory every Sht-
ning. Fisher's Orchestra.
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