ra. That they should sanction the
roduction of women into .the cast
i chorus is sufficient evidence that
y realize the advantages of such
innovation, and that they are un-
fsh enough not to consider them-
ves, in order to produce a better
'he Mimes ,expression of approval
mld silence much of the criticism
w flooding the campus. The Mimes,
virtue of their interest in the opera,
re held the veto; and they have sur-
dered it. They have shown their
selfishness; let the campus at large
one man as director general of
Iroads, secretary of the treas-
might well write a
la aer With apologies to Lincoln, Dr. Gar-
[anae field is now rehearsing "You.can fuel
mpbellall the people some of the time, some(
.Atlas of the people all the time, but you
Ehbertcan't fuel all the people all the time."
Hunter Our leading philosopher states that,
movitz in his own individual case there will
ines be one thing that won't go up. That's
.mport his grades.
- We're undecided whether the hand-
Hause clapping going on in classes yester-
Storrer day and today was for joy or self de-
Ronald Buy some more of those thrift
.- --stamps and war certificates befor the
31st. They cost more after that.
The junior girls might reciprocate
and let the men take parts in their
JUNIOR GIRLSPLAY TO
HOLD CHORUS TRY-OUTS
GIRLS WHO SURVIVED FIRST TRY-
OUTS TO APPEAR AGAIN
Second try-outs for the chorus of
the Junior Girls' play will be held
on Saturday morning in the parlors
at Barbour gymnasium. The follow-
ing girls have survived the first cut
in the chorus try-out, and are request-
ed to report at the gymnasium at 9
o'clock on Saturday; Ermenie . A.
Elme, Phyllis Eggelston, Evadne R.
Wright, Doris Anderson, Aleine L.
O'Meara, Dorothy Thomas, Rosamund
Rogers, Groeso ;.Gaines, Hliladene
Browne, Mary-Charlotte Thomas, Mil-
dred Edmonds, Mary Overman, Wino-
na Beckley, Edith Duemling Katherine
Kilpatrick, Theresa Bennett, Lois Dev-
ereaux, Kathleen Conklin, Jennie
Duemling, Mildred Kirkpatrick, Irma
Robinson, Ida Belle Guthe, Ethel
Glauz, Marcia Pinkerton, Marjorie
Van Zandt, Leah Dischinger, Ruth
Dailey, Margaret Coburn, Mary Brown,
Laura Schieffelin, Catherine Coburn,
Mildred Reindel, Elizabeth Connor,
Viola Robinson, Dyme Bodenstab,
Henrika Gronblad, Marion Hatch,
Charlotte Huebner, Mary Morse, Elea-
nor F. Hanley, Helen Tibbals, Olive
Bertach, Dorothy Chipman, Edna L.
Blake, Laura Daniels, Florence Mel-
cher, Esther Vickery, Sarah Caughey,
Phyllis C. Mann, Ruth Cann, Gertrude
Hasbrouck, Priscilla Butler, Lois E.
Tillett, Myrtle McCall, Marie L. Bloom,
Victoria Adams, Dorothy Sample, Mil-
Girls who have not tried out for the
chorus, and wish to do so should re-
port to Emily Powell at 10:00 o'clock
Saturday morning, .at Barbour gym-
Junior girls who are expecting to
take part in the opera are not eligi-
ble for the Junior play.
UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA GIVES
TIWILIGUT CONCERT PROGRAM
A very interesting program in the
Twilight concert series was given yes-
terday afternoon in Hill auditorium
by the University symphony orches-
tra under the directin of Mr. Samuel
Mr. Lockwood is a conservative di-
rector of excellent ability. The orches-
tra consists of 50 members, many of
whom are women. They are from
the School of Music and the Univer-
On the program was the ballet music
to "Rosamunde" by Schubert, the two
popular Brahms-Parlow Hungarian
dances, and Mendelssohn's Symphony
No. 3, A minor Op. 56, which was giv-
en a masterly rendition. The melo-
dies were brought out with admirable
directness and skill.
MRS. SCHLOTTERBECK WILL
MANAGE NEWBERRY RESIDENCE
Mrs. Eda M. Schlotterbeck, Widow
of the late Dean Julius Schlotter-
beck of the College of Pharmacy, will
become business manager of Newber-
ry Residence, in the event of the de-
parture of Miss Hortense E. Wind for
government service as a cantonment
Mrs. Schlotterbeck was graduated
from Michigan in the literary class of
'91 and received the degree of B. S.
in '97. She was for three years an
Instructor in chemistry at Wellesley,
Second chorus tryouts for the jun-
ior girls' play will be held Satur-
day morning in the parlors of Barbour
gymnasium. Girls whose names ap-
pear in The Daily today are asked to
report at 9 o'clock and those trying
out for the first time should come at
Women wishing to make applica-
tion for loan funds for the second
semester should see Acting Dean Ag-
nes E. Wells before Wednesday of
Girls who have not yet tried out
for the opera will be given another
opportunity at 2 o'clock Saturdayaft-
ernoon at the School of Music.
The Rev. John Mason Wells, of the
First Baptist church gave his Chau-
tauqua lecture on "The Most Wonder-
ful Thing in the World," last night at
the Community chapel.
A social will be held tonight at the
Baptist guild house for young people
of the First Baptist church and the
Church of Christ. Combined services
of the two churches will be held Sun-
day morning at the Baptist church on
Washington street and Reverend Wells
will give his last sermon in the ser-
ies on events of the future. His sub-
ject will be "The Coming of the Lord
as Taught in the Gospel."
The Rev. A. M. Maywood of the Cass
Avenue Methodist church of Detroit,
will speak Sunday at the Methodist
Episcopal church on "Till Death and
Beyond." Dr. T. M. Iden of the Bible
Chair house will address a combined
meeting of the church and Wesleyan
guild at 6:45 in the church. The
Young Men's Bible class will meet at
noon at the church instead of at Lane
hall, due to the coal shortage at the
Services at St. Thomas' Roman Cath-
olic church will be held one hour later
on Sunday morning to accommodate
those 'following central time. There
will be services at 7, 8:30, 9:30 and
11;30 o'clock eastern time, beginning
Sunday, Jan. 27.
Interpretation of the war from a
layman's point of view will be under-
taken by Prof. J. W. Scholl of the
German department, in an address to
be delivered at the regular service
of the Unitarian church on Sunday
morning. Professor Scholl's subject
will be "An Enlightened Conscience."
DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
GIVES SUBSCRIPTION CONCERTS
Walter Henry Rothwell will appear
as conductor, with the Detit Sym-
phony orchestra for the pair of sub-
scription concerts to be given at 3:30
o'clock today and, at 8:30 o'clock to-
morrow, at the armory in Detroit.
Mr. Rothwell has selected for both
concerts Beethoven's fifth symphony,.
the "Rinsky-Korsakoff "Capricco Es-
pagnol" and the overture to Wagner's
Rugs cleaned and washed. Satisfac-
tion guaranteed. Koch and Henne.-
Gasoline 23, Polarine 60. Stabler
4 Co., 117 . Ashley Bt.-Adv.
Slater's Book Shop
Phone 430 336 S. State
First Lessons in Spoken French for Men in Military Service.....
Le Soldat A mericainen France........... ...................
The Soldier's English and French Conversation Book........
International Conversation Book-French-English..............
Altemus' English-French Conversational Dictionary...........
Oxford English and French Conversation Book..............
Wilcox' War French .......... .........
Fr ---Fenchand EnglishMilitary Manual .................
French for Soldiers-by WbIitten & Long.....................
We have a complete stock of
.Bought your blue books yet?
Choice its From
iing Cambridge will give the proceeds
ded of the hockey games played this year
aly to various relief organizations.
iub- The junior prom managers of the
up University of Kansas have announced
me- that the men will be expected to wear
blue street clothes. The girls may wear
party dresses, but they are warned
bn not 'to purchase new ones for the oc.
in The junior prom of Colgate univer-
Iply sity will be a formal affair, and every
We fraternity is planning a house party.
out Plans have been made for 115 couples.
THED AILY FUND
Hike checks payable to "The
American University Union In
E Ur ope, Michigan Bureau."
Amount to be raised, $1,000.
. The Daily acknowledges receipt of,
the contributian of Alexander Brede,
'18, for $1 to the fund for the Ameri-
can University Union in Europe.
This latest subscription brings the
total to $134.00.
$6,000,000 U. S. INSURANCE
BOUGHT AT CHANUTE FIELD
Rantoul, Ill., Jan. 24.-The men at
the Chanute aviation field have sub-
scribed for more than $6,000,000 of
government insurance, it was an-
nounced at the United States schools
of military aeronautics at the Univer-
sity of Illinois. The student flyers
have subscribed for more than $2,000,-
000 worth of insurance, the command-
ant there announced today.
The Fox Standard Picture, "The
Honor System," which is creating a!
real sensation in fllmdom, and is one
'of the great pictures of the year, will
be shown at The Arcade next Wednes-
day, January 30.
Coming: "The Birth of a Nation,"
February 6 and 7.
The Dally4 specialty is service to
everyone. Let us serve you.-Ad^.
$1.00 value 75c
Cor. State and N. 1
ire to be
I be our
The alumni of Princeton have been
called upon to help in financial
troubles which are niore serious than
th( university has ever before con-
The annual publication, the Gopher,.
of the University of Minnesota, will
contain no advertisements this year.
Plans are now developed in the Uni-
versity of Minnesota to provide a free
health bureau on the campus. Ex-
penses will be' covered by a fee of $3
payed with the tuition at the beginning
of the semesters. The bureau will
provide free medical and-hospital ser-
vice, and a health officer will be plac-
ed on the campus to look after san-
DETROIT UNITED LINES
BetweenDetroit, Ann Arbor and Jack
(Effective May 22, 1917)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-"7
in., 8:xo a. mn., and hourly to 7:10'p. m.,
p . mn.
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-8:48 a n
every two hours to 6:48 n. im.; to La
8:48 p. mn.
Jackson Express Cars hcal sto"- w
Aw Arbor)-9:48 a. In. and every tvo
to :48 p_ M.
Local Cars East Bound- :35 a.'i.,
a. m., 7:os a. m. and every ,two hours't
p. mn.. 8:oi p. mn., 9:05 p. in., Io:so
To Ypsilanti only. 9:2 oa sin.,9:50"
2:05 ;, m., 6:o5 p. m, 9:45 p. n, 11:45
12:20 a. mn.. I :10 a. in.. I :2o a. in. I'oF
change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound- 6:o5 a. In.
a. mn.. 10:2o p. M-In.2:20 a. im.
We have both the inclination a
the equipment to furnish the
best in banking service
The Ann Arbor Savings Ban
Capital and Surplus $ 500,000
Resources . . . $4,000,000
Northwest Corner Main and
707 North University Avenu
"Just a Little BETTER"
for all occasions
218 S. Main Street
Rutgers college will close
fay this year; Christmas
Spring Styles in
I at $75 .00
St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 24.-Miss Cor-
nelia Brossard of Kirkwood, Mo.,
teacher of French in the Soldan high
school of St. Louis, received word
recently that she has been decorated'
by the French government and has
received from the educational depart-
nent of France, an. honorary degree,
which never before has been bestowed
upon anyone outside of France.
Miss Bossard won distinction from
the French government by teaching
French at a local hospital to Red
Cross nurses and soldiers at Jeffer-
son barracks. This work she has done
The honorary degree which France
has bestowed on Miss Bissard is given
only to distinguished professors in
F'rance. So far as is known, no other
person in America ever received it.
Class dancing at the Packard A1-.
demy Tuesday and Thursday eve-
mlngs, 7:20 t 9:80. Private lessees
Silk Crepe de Chine.
The new blouse style shown is of Navy Blue
Taffeta with lace collar, and self button trim-
med. Then there are others with Georgette
or Satin Collars. Embroidered or Soutache
Braid Trimmed. Women's and misses' sizes.
Classes Just Starting. En
State and William
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