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June 04, 1918 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1918-06-04

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___ThE NACHIGAN DAILY

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Pupils of Miss Nora Crane Hunt, of
ie School of Music, will give a song
ecital at 8 o'clock Thursday evening
t her home, 311 South Fifth street.
The program will be as follows:
uartette-The Tar's Farewell.Adams
Edna Apel, '20, soprano
Lois Winch, contralto
George D. Wilner, tenor
Carl Martzloff, '20, bass
Vind Song ................Rogers
iolets .................Woodman
esterday and Today...... ,. Spross
Aimee Renkes, '20
obin Adair .............Jacobs-Bond
Anna Barton
pring Song .... . ...........White
.ve Maria .......... Schubert
Alice Rominger
,uando a te (Faust)........Gounod
Winona Beckley, '19
uet-When You Come Home . Squire
Edna Apel, '20, Marjorie Whelan
la .................... Kramer
ive a Man a Horse ..........O'Hara
David Nash, '20
'he Violet..............Mildenberg
Eva Feetham
o Sweete is Shee ........Old English
m Wearing Awa............,Foote
rish Weather .............. ....Hoberg
Lois Winch
verture from Don Juan ... . Mozart
Flute...............Mrs. Schneider
Violin.............Lucy Cannon, '18
Piano.................Whelan
hosporesence.... ..........Lowe
he Trumpeter . .. ............ Dix
Carl Martzloff,, '20
ike The Rosebud ..........La Forge
oy of The Morning .... Harriet Ware
Marjorie Whelan
lappy Days Gone By......Strelezki
Irene Skinner
Mrs. Schneider, flute obligato
he Fields o' Ballycare.Turner-Maley
lhe Waking of Spring.......Del Riego
Ottilee Supe
io Possente (Faust).......Gounod
Robert McCandliss, '18
unbeam ................Ronald
Sole Mio (Neapolitan Seienade)
... ............Capua
alian National Hymn
Ester Cristanelli
uet-The Lark Now Leaves His
Watery Nest ............ Pelissier
Mrs. G. E. Dyason Miss Hunt
The accompanists will be Dorothy
[aymaker, Emily Powell, Ruth Shep-
rd, and Laura Whelan.
The Daily's specialty is service to
very one. Let us serve -you.-Adv..

With College
Contemporaries
The University of Wisconsin in con-
sidering the passage of a general
blanket rule automatically dropping
from the university all slackers who
attempt to evade the draft.
The 1919 Badger, Wisconsin's year-
book, shows assets of $5,829.55. This
is an unprecedentedly large balance.
A "French House" to give intensive
training in French conversation will
be maintained at the University of
Wisconsin during the summer session
for the benefit of the soldiers who are
in the Madison barracks.
The summer course of work at
Princeton will consist of 18 hoursof
theoretical study in addition to the
military work, and final examinations
will be given in all subjects at the end
of the term.
President King, of Oberlin college
has left to do Y. M. C. A. work in
Europe.
One hundred and sixteen seniors
have filed applications for degrees at
the University of Oregon.
*The University of Oregon is con-
sidering the advisability of making
mathematics one of the required- first-
year subjects next fall. The need for
the work by men intending to enter
the service is the reason for this
move.
Princeton is awarding a war certi-
ficate to all undergraduates leaving
for military service who are in good
standing in their college courses at
the time of withdrawal.
The college of forestry at the Uni-
versity of Washington is receiving
lumber to be used in airplane building,
for the purpose of ascertaining wheth-
er or not the drying kiln at the uni-
versity is capable of being employed
for government purposes.
The University of Wisconsin's hum-
orous publication, the Awk, has ceased
Our Merchant advertisers represent
the progressive business men of Ann
Arbor.-Adv.
Watch The Daily Classified column.

publication and is being sued for $250
by the merchants of Madison.
The women's league of the Univer-

sity of Iowa will launch a campaign iversity will grant scholarships to Exchange your old Law, M
this week to raise funds for the sup- cover the tuition fees, but room, board Dental Books for useful Prac
port of two French girls to be brought and clothing must be provided by the works. Complete line. See
to the university next year. The un- girls undertaking the affair. Nickels Arcade Bldg.-Adv.

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Clothes of
Any artist can daub paint;
but the Raphaels and Rembrandts
are few., Likewise in clothes, there
are styles and styles, but few that
attain the distinctiveness that char-
acterizes
KUppoheilmer Clothes NAf
These better clothes offer no fan-
dangles or frills to camouflage poor styles,,,'\
but stand on their own simpler but
thoughtful style-- the expression of a
gentleman.
Our modern merchandising methods enable
us t offer these high-grade clothes at the
prices of the oft mediocre.
$25, $30, $35

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Copyright 1918
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