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T WILI EIitr L~T~11AL
TEN BY MUSIC F"ACULTY

I

WJ~omen

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F

ned but three months,
institutions, including
s, have become active
is significant of the
tanifested in the work
r there" is trying to
Digest, in an article
Union, says in part:
University Union in
les of college boys at
ceive within 24 hours
nts of their sons,
nes appear in the list
* The Union does no-

Meanwhile, men from nearly every
college in the United States are reg-
istering there.
The Daily, through President Hutch-
ins, has been pleased to shoulder the
task of raising $1,000 for the Union,
entirely separate from the amount the
University has already pledged. We
are by no means satisfied with the
progress of the fund. The amounts
asked are not large, and while the
campus has been made to feel some-
thing of the war, we are far better
than those of our countrymen, when
the shellfire of the enemy. Can we
refuse our own collegd men, when
such a noble task is being done for
them over in Europe? We welcome
subscriptions, thre size of which makes
no difference. We wish soon to place
before President Hutchins an idea of
just how much Michigan men and
women of Ann Arbor are willing to
back Michigan men in the trenches.
The slippery condition of the cam-
pus walks takes away some of the
dignity attained by the blue toqued
ones during the past semester.
Between the kaiser and the social-
ists, our idea of the nice soft job at
present is that of German foreign sec-
retary.
Thel drive the University should
made against the enemy last fall is
about to begin. This time the foe is
the blue book.
"All Dogs Called Up to Help Feed
Town"-Headline. Shades of sausage.
But "every dog has his day."
Progressive myositis ossificans, one
of the rarest pathological manifesta-
tions known to science, has again
put in its appearance. Why handicap
it with such a name?

S. P. Lockwood, Nora Crane Hunt, and
Harrison Stevens to Appear on
Program
The fourth of the Faculty Twilight
recitals will be given at 4 o'clock
Thursday afternoon in Hill auditoriuml
by the following members of the fac-
ulty of the University School of Music,
Mr. Samuel P. Lockwood, head of the
violin department, Miss Nora Crane
Hunt, contralto, Mr. Anthony J. Whit-
mire, violinist, and Mr. Harrison Stev-
ens of the piano department.
The program will be as follows:
Trio, C major, Op. 87 ......Beethoven
Allegro; Adagio cantabile;
Menuetto (allegro motto scherzo);
Finale (presto).
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Lockwood, violins.
Mr. A. J. Whitmire, viola.
The Open Road,........Gertrude Ross
The Sea..... ......Grant Schaefer
Joy of the Morning ....Harriet Ware
Miss Nora Cora Hunt
Variations and Fugue on a Theme
of Handel.. . . .....Brahms
Mr. Harrison Albert Stevens
Dearest ............... Sidney Homer
At Night on the Terrace High....
............ . ...L. M. Genet
The Morning Wind .Gena Branscombe
Miss Hunt
Four Etudes.,.............Chopin
Mr. Stevens
QUESTIONNAIRES FOR SENIOR
MrfEN CIRCULATED BY LEAGUE
Questionnaires relating to vocation-
al opportunities for women have been
circulated by the Vocational commit-
tee of the Women's league among
senior women whose homes are in
Michigan.
The information sought has to do
with the general character of towns of
the state, size of population, indus-
tries, educational institutions, social
work organized and individual, and
what special work women are doing in
the towns.
Response to the questonnaires has
not been good. The committee urgent-
ly asks that seniors in possession of
questionnaires fill them out and re-
turn them as soon as possible.
DEAN WELLS TO GIVE LECTURE
AT TODAY'S VESPER SERVICE
"Laundry $.99" is the unique title
of a lecture to be given by acting dean
of women Agnes E. Wells at vesper
service at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon
at Newberry hall. Various surmises
have been made regaiding the nature
of such a subject, but Miss Wells has
refused further information than the
above mentioned title.
Special music will be furnished by
Rachel Bliton, of the School of
Music. These services will take place
at 4:30 'as usual, not at 4 o'clock as

Judiciary council of the Women's
league will meet this noon at New-
berry hall.
The Freshman Girls' Glee club will
hold a meeting at 3 o'cloc.k this after-
noon in Sarah Caswell Angell hall for
the election of officers.
Junior Girls' play tryouts will take
place at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Michigan Dames will meet at 2:30
o'clock this afternoon with Mrs. H. H.
Stephenson, 1306 Washtenaw terrace,
to sew for the Red Cross.
Senior women will hold a patriotic
mass meeting from 3 to 4 o'clock Fri-
day afternoon at Newberry residence.
Junior-sophomore basketball prac-
tice at 4 o'clock this afternoon.

and
SUPPLIES

for the

Army Stores Course
AT
WAHR'9S

UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE

4a

I.

We have a complete stock 6f
FLASHLIGHTS
and
Flashlight Batteries

Y. W. C. A. cabinet
o'clock this afternoon
hall.
Y. W. C. A. meets at
Newberry hall.

meeting at 4
at Newberry
3:30 today in

Switzer's Hard ware
310 STATE

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Girls' Recitation class will nwet at
4:30 o'clock this afternoon in the
Cercle Francais room. All old and new
members are expected to be present.
TEA GIVEN AT NEWBERRY FOR
PATRIOTIC WORK AMONG WOMEN
At an informal tea to the sen-
ior girls on Friday afternoon at New-
berry residence, Agnes E.'Wells, act-
ing Dean of Women will present pat-
riotic educational work to University
girls.
She will give a report on the mass
meeting held Sunday in Detroit for
the purpose of organizing the move-
nent throughout the state.
Miss Wells attended as a represent-
ative of the Women's league, Anoth-
er of the speakers will be Mrs. Fredx
N. Scott.
The purpose of this movement is to
help every woman understand the
meaning of the war and to find her
place in it,
Undergraduate women will be ask-
ed to co-operate with the alumnae in
a systematic effort to this end.
Inaugurate Thrift Clubs In Arizona
Phoenix, Ariz., Jan. 8.-A movement
has been inaugurated here for the
formation of "Two Bits a Day" clubs,
the members of which are to buy a
quarter's worth of Thrift stamps ev-
ery day. Three men each took a hun-
dred Thrift cards today, pasted one
stamp in each card, and sold the en-
tire lot before two blocks had been
covered.

Slater's Book Shop
Phone 430 336 S. State S

its own
the city
ing bus-

i work
st the

1918
DESK, CALENDARS

AT

A hunter in the Imperial valley of
California recently shot a bird, the
species of which no one has as yet

been able to identify. Maybe it's
Dove of Peace.

the

FRESHMAN GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
WILL ELECT OFFICERS TODAY
The Freshman Girls' Glee club
will hold a meeting at 3 o'clock this
afternoon in Sarah Caswell Angell
hall to elect officers.
The try-outs selected for the Glee
club are as follows: Mary Powrie,
Alice Hinkson, Reta Ireman, Elizabeth
Payne, Madeline MacGregor, Grace Al-
bracht, Bernice Nickels, Esther
Schwinck, Ruth Schwinck, Georgia
Donaldson, Anna Hamilton, Frances
Williams-, Carrie Fairchild, Helen But-
ler, Lillian Munro, Minnie Stanlake,
Elsie Johnson, Evelyn Van Tyne, Ca-
milla Hayden, Hulda Nicholai, and
Esther Hollands.
Cercle Francais To Hold Meeting
"Les Tribulations d' un Francais en
Allemagne" is the title of a lecture,
to be given in Tappan hall today byT
Mr. Eugene Rovillain of the French-
department, as the third number on
the program of the Cercle Francais.t
Mr. Rovillain will describe the effecta
produced by the Prussianized -Ger-
many of today on one who had knownf
her only through her classic writers.I
Mr. Rovillain's lecture, as well as
the ones that follow on the course,
will begin at 3 o'clock in order to
conform to the time now in use.
Alumnae Hall Makes Red Cross Record
Alumnae hall has a 100 per cent
Red Cross membership this year, Miss
Sarah T. Hollands announced Mon-
(lay. This is the first statement in re-
gard to the record of various student
houses since the recent campaign.
: BEAUTY SHOP .
* Miss Mable Rowe. Shampooing, Chi-
ropody, Mancuring. Open evenings by
appointment. 326 N. Fifth Ave. -Adv.

i charging)
ce corpor-
ee regard-

Chocola

QUARRY DRUG (
PRESCRIPTION STO
Cor. State and N. Unive

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Palmer Field Rink Open to U. Wolgen

ing to do. We
e doubt wheth-
g a better bus-
rates, as many
o would other-

Palgmer field skating rink is in-
tended for the use of the women of
the University only. There seems to
be a general misunderstanding on
this point, and Miss Alice Evans, di-
rector of physical training for women,
is of the opinion that inasmuch as
the rink is supported by the Women's
athletic association, and is located on
the women's athletic field, that its use
be confined to the use of University
women.
It is planned to keep the ice clear
of snow at all times, and lights will
be installed in the near future so as
to make night skating possible. One
athletic honor will be given for four
periods of skating of one hour each
within a two weeks' time limit. Such
skating should be reported at Miss
Evans' office promptly.

was stated on several of the posters.. _
War Work Resumed at Angell House'
League House Girls Entertain Today Work at Angell house has been well
League house girls are entertain- up to the standard since it' was re-
ing Faculty women at a tea, from 3:30 sumed on Monday. Directors ^ are
to 5:30 d'clock this afternoon in Bar- pleased with the number of women
bour gymnasium. Representatives who have appeared since the holi-
from all of the campus League houses days, Those who pledged their ser-
will preside as hostesses. A special vices earlier in the 'year are remind-
program has been arranged, including ed that they are still responsible/for
entertainment furnished by School of their full quota of hours, and their co-
Music students. peration is requested.

DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jac
(fftective May 22, 1917)
Detroit Limited and E~xpress Cars--;
Il.. 8:io a. In., and hourly to 7:10 p. M
p. In.
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-8:48 a. n
hours to 6:48 o. m.; to L
Jack-,onExpress Cars .local sto"- e
tn Aror)---9:48 a. i.. and every two
to ':4R *). - I
Local Cars East Bound -:35a m.
a. Wn., 7:05 a. m. arid cv =ry two hours t
p. In~, 8:0; . in., 9:0, p. I., io:50
To Ypsilanti only, 9:Zo a. M., 9:50
2:5 m ,6:05 P. In,9:45l nIT:45
12:20 a. m , I :IOa. mn., 7:2o a. mi. FO
change at 'Ypsilanti.-
Local Cars West Bound- 6:o5 a. In.
a m.. 10:20 p. m.i. 12:20 a m.
We have both the inclination a
the equipment to furnish the
best in banking service
The Ann Arbor Savings Bai
I!.CORPORATID 1869
Capital and Surplus $ 500,000
Resources . . . $4,000,000
Northwest Corner Main ane
Huron Streets
707 North University Aveni
"Just a Little BETTER"
ICE CREAM
for all occasions
TRUBEY'S
218 S. Main Street

Michigan Dames Sew for Red Cross
The Society of Michigan Dames will
hold a meeting this afternoon at 2:30
o'clock at the home of Mrs. H. H.
St4phenson, 1306 Washtenaw terrace.
All members are urged to attend and
come prepared to sew for the Red
Cross.

Major Starret, '97E, Will Lecture
Major W. B. Starrett, '97E, will give
an illustrated lecture at 7:30 o'clock
Thursday in the Natural Science au-
ditorium on "Construction of National:
Cantonments."
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