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May 04, 1918 - Image 1

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The Michigan Daily, 1918-05-04

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SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1918.

LOAN HONOR FLAB
TO ASCEND TODAY1
Three-Barred Campus Trophy to be
Unfurled at 2 O'clock by
Mildred C. Mighell, '18

CITY M]
SHOW
Violations
creased inA
the closingc
day, Poice~

V8 ,

NFARING $200,000 I ng
$4,254)YET LACKING Ini

Second;
lir

Third.

Entire Student Body Asked to Mee
at Flag'Pole to Participate
in Ceremnonies
SU7NIVERSITY NEARING
* $200,000 LOAN GOAL

l$. For the third, time in as many
years, Northwestern university's re-
REpresentative won first honors in a
Northern Oratorical league contest,
(1o when Miss Erma B. Blan was last
AU night awarded the Gov. Frank 0.
Lowden first. prize testimonial of $100
OUT in the 28th league contest held in
Hill auditorium. She is the second
woman to take part, and win the first
award in one of these contests, the
pi-only oth~er being 'Northwestern 's~ re-

* ence is
*ceable.
An it
*theloci
*lations

*Yesterday's subscriptions
* among students and
* faculty ............. $
* Campus total.......
* Student total ......
* a u t o a . . . . ..* C am pus oversubscription .
* Amount needed to reach
*$200,000 goal........

. 2,700
195,750
50,850
144,900

r

70 ,750Q
*
4,250*

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~' _.r

ofl

fred C.
omen
ittee, w'

nhe three-
campus

Matter.
tion wit!
war, wei

Jock tis afternoon.
By virtue~ of both tI
ulty having overst
otas, Michigan was
government's Liber
will be flown from t
y as a sign-of the

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d, are
e to t
,hort a

ere
f.J.

Prof.

E.,;

etropolitan and Chi- Michiga
stars with the Uni- Yeste
on as a back~ground, campus
he twenty-fifth an- up to $
1, May 15 to 18 in tee yesi
~Benoit's cantata, peal to
"by the Children's any bo:
es and overtures by day of
,mphony orchestra, raise $
a the Frieze Memor- goal of

).The
sent 01

the

ental solos, a.
he program.
veral artist pr
choral work.

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d a group of songs in. English. Frank
d La Forge will accompany her. Ric-
cardo Stacciari will make his initial
-appearance in Ann Arbor in this con-
d cert when he will sing arias from
g "Massenet's Le Roi d'Lahore" Verdi's
n "Un Ballo in Maschera," and Rossini's
"Barber of Seville."
i_ Mine. Claudia Muzio, Italian sopra-
Sno, who will be soloist on Friday
o evening, star night, has never been~
-heard before in Ann Arbor. She is to
n, sing the familiar "Louise" aria "De-
e puis be Jour," the suicide aria from
-"L Gioconda" and the "Bird Song"
o from "Pagliacci." The Chicago Sym-
y phony orchestra of seventy musicians
~will offer the Bach Suite in D major,
3Schumann's Fourth symph~oney an d
h E~lgar's "Pomp and Circumstance."

wvere nlot Mic~higan songs w,
from "You're a "Nice Boy bu
Slow" to "Mr. Noah."
Many spectators were gat]
the campus in spite of the ra
threatened to spoil the sing.
Other sings will be given di
niext few weeks, and all ser
urged to be present
COURSE IN LATIN-AMIERI
RELATIONS TO BE O]
Through the co-operation
American Association for ntl
al Conciliation a course i.
American relations will be o
the 1918 Summer Session. Tj

ADMIT 16 INITIATES
ANNUAL SPRING BANQUET

uial spring initiation
he Union last nighl

at~

,s

D. K.7
'19, C.
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'21, A.1

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