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rate the kaiser is putting the
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Manaer
Manager LEAGUE HOUSE HEADS PLAN
Manager TO GIVE FACULTY TEA JAN. 9
Roeser Plans for a faculty tea to be given
ampbe
R. Atlas by the league houses Jan. 9, at Bar-
bour gymnasium, were made at a sup-
per party of the house heads last
1 Givennnight in Barbour gymnasium.
Handibo The annual fancy dress party
Hunter
Nelson was also explained at this time,
Iornovitand it was suggested that girls
. Mines form groups and dress as characters
Lamport
in popular plays, or , as characters'
associated in some other way.
. Gates
. Hause SCENARIOS FOR JUNIOR GIRLS'
Ipatien PLAY MUST BE IN SATURDAY
s Abele
*Phelps
Scenarios for the junior girls' play.
must be in by7 o'clock Saturday night,
when the committie will meet and
make their selection.j
917. * The meeting of the junior girls
fell Tuesday afternoon was devoted large-1
____ly to a discussion of the prospective
play. Scenarios and musical scores
NICAL were called for, and the time limit
of competition aavas extended to Satur-

PROFESSOR AIGLER TAKES EX-
CEPTION TO PLACING STAGG ON
"ALL-AMERICAN."
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
In your issue of Dec. 6, some mem.-
ber of your staff, with . a perverted
sense of humor, was guilty of what
might mildly be characterized as a
breach of gooi taste. I refer to the so-
called "All-American" football team
on which the position of center was
assigned to "Windy (City) Coach
Stagg." In the account following, the
idea is sought to be conveyed that
Mr. Stagg is entitled to some such re-
cognition because of his attitude on
a Michigan-Chicago post-season game.
Those who are in a position to know
realize fully that the University of
Michigan athletically and otherwise
has very few warmer friends among
the non-alumni than Mr. Stagg, and
any intimation that he has been in
any way responsible for any break or
hitch in any existing or contemplated'
athletic relationship is grossly false.
Whatever may be the feeling on the
part of The Daily as -to an apology, I
wish to take this opportunity of ex-
pressing to Mr. Stagg through the
columns of The Daily, the regret of{
the athletic office that any Michigan;
student should have been guilty of
such bad taste.
RALPH W, AIGLER.
Y. W. C. A. Subscriptions Total $3901
Subscriptions amounting to $3901
have been turned in to the war fund
of the Y. W. C. A. organization since'
the opening of their campaign for
funds Monday. Of this amount, $100
was given by the Business Girls' club
and $25 by the Loyalty club.
The money secured by the Y. W. C.
A. is to be used in army cantonments
to assist soldiers in entertaining their
women relatives, to provide recreation
and comfort for Red Cross nurses
in the field, and in looking after the
housing of the newly recruited army
of munition workers in this country.,
Gasoline 23c, Polarine 50c. Staebler
& Co., 117 S. Ashley St.-Adv.

University Christian Science society
meets at 7:30 o'clock tonight in New-
berry hall.
Freshmen spread will be held at 8
o'clock to inorro wnight at Barbour
gymnasium.
All scenarios for junior girls' play
are to be turned in to Emily Powell,
'19, at Newberry residence by 7
o'clock Saturday, Dec. 8.
There will be no league party to-
day on account of the freshman
spread tomorrow night. Next Fri-
day the league will give their Christ-
mas party at which Masques will
present a Christmas play. There Will
be dancing followed by refreshments.
The annual Women's league circus,
is to be dispensed with this year on
on account of the large amount of war
work to be done.
1 r. . .1

This year's

STATE ST.

We have a complete stock of
FLASHLIGHTS
and
Flashlight Batteries

samples are unusually
and leave your order

Greeting

WA

Switzer' s Hardw

i OGORZA TO APPEAR WITH
SYAPHONY ORCHESTRA 1 310 STATE
f
Emilio de Gogorza, baritone, will
appear as soloist with the Detroit SET
Symphony orchestra, Friday afternoon CHOICE SELECIINS
and Saturday evening at, the Arcadia OF
in Detroit.
Mr. Gogorza will sing "Diane Im-
pitoyable," from Gluck's "Iphiginie in CURl 'i'MAS CARD
Aulis," and the famous,"Largo al NOW ON DISPLAY
Factotum," from the "Barber of Se-
ville." The orchestra's portion of the
prgram will consist of the overture Slater s Book Sho
to the Gluck opera, Massenet's suite, STATE STREET
"Les Erinnyes," the serenade from
Berlioz's "Damnation of Faust," Saint
Saen's symphonic poem, No. 1, andI
Caer's "Espana."I ed "The King of Rails." Everybody
Chabrier_ __ ilb rt
is invited to attend this meeting.
J. E. Kerns Will Address A. I. E. E.
The A. I. E. E. will hold a meeting 1. Berger, '(7, Receives Commission
at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the auditor- Henry Berger, '07, has received a Cranes
ium of the Natural Science building. conilnission as captain in. the coast.ar-
Mr. J. E. Kerns, of tare General Elec- tillery at Fortress Monroe.
tric company, of Chicago, will speak Until entering the service Berger
on the application and manufacture had been engaged in running a labor-
of induction motors. His talk will atory in Baltimore.
be illustrated. There will be in ad- Mr. Berger is assigned at present to
di i6n a two reel moving picture, call- Fort Williams, Portland, Me.
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