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January 06, 1917 - Image 4

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S. UNI.E PLACE
sized Primarily to Give Concerts
in 1ub City But Field
Has Broadened
TPEAR IN ANN ARBOR SOON,
ong all the orchestras of the
the Boston Symphony orchestra,
. will be heard in Hill auditorium
6, is unique. It was established
e fallwof 1881 by Henry L. Hig-
n, a wealthy music lover of Bos-
orchestra was organized pri-
y to give concerts in Boston, but.
sarily, as it rose in importance
dd broadened until less than half
total number of concerts given
lly now take place there. At
nd of the present season it will
given a total of 3,635 symphony
rts, an average of more than 100
illy.
rospers Under New Leaders.
ts first year this orchestra com-
L but 60 odd men under the lead-
p of George Henschel. He laid
foundation in building up a loyal
c in Boston and the next con-
r, Wilhelm Gericke, carried on
ork.
arge number of young and en-
istic artists were brought to
ica from Europe and the or-
a became famous. Gericke was
red by that most brilliant con-
r, Arthur Nikisch. Then came
ke again for eight years and
him Karl Muck, the present con-
r, who immediately revealed ex-
linary talent and under his lead-
p the orchestra went forward in
and bounds not only artistically,
the favor of the public wherever
rchestra was heard.
Dr. Muck Now in Charge.
er two years Dr. Muck returned
rlin and this brought to Boston
f its most popular conductors,
Fiedler, who continued the splen-
rork done by Dr. Muck, and in
Dr. Muck returned. Never has
rchestra played more brilliantly
during the last four years, and
have the audiences been larger'
ore enthusiastic. It is a signi-
fact that for its ten concerts
each season in Carnegie hall,
York, every seat is subscribed for
months before the concerts be-

AT THE THEATERS
TODAY
Majestic-Vaudeville.
Orpheum-H. B. Warner in "A
Vagabond Prince." Also Tri-
angle comedy.
Arcade-Lillian Walker in "The
Blue Envelope Mystery."
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ANN ABOR TROOPS MAKE
Sobhdir Returing" From .Mexico, (o *
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to Deiiroit, Where They Will *
He Misered tOut *
The Thirty-lirst Regiment has at *
last returned from the Mexhcan bord- *
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er. A few huudredl citizens and stu_-*
dents of the city went down -to the *
Michigan Centr al station Thursday *
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that the treops woul arrive in the *
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CI'ICAGO SENIORS SCORN
THE TROUBLESOME RAZOR
Chicago, Jan. 5.-Husky sen-
iors, shaved slick, lined up at
the University of Chicago and
heard Pat Page, assistant ath-
letic coach, read the rules.
Any senior discouraged by the
feeble progress of his hirsuto
plumage who applies a razor,
will be ducked in Lake Michigan
by his bearded classmates. Sen-
ior co-eds will pick the male
with the most luxuriant jungle
growth at the end of the four
weeks' contest. A loving cup,
mustache style, will be the
trophyi.

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AT THE WHITNEY.

"A Daughter of the Gods," hailed as ed on and the weather became un-
the last word in magnificent moving ; '1 bearable, only a few aited until the
picture sensations, is announced as the /,. i ''three sections of the troops arrived
attraction at the Whitney theater com- a"ly yeserday morning.
mencing Sunday night, Jan. 14, on a The trains only stopped for a few
four-day run. minutes as the guardsmen were re-
In this picture beautiful, featuring quested to go to Fort W ayn in De
Annette Kellermann, William Fox, its In "A langlter of the cods" at troit, to be mustered out before they
creator, has spent $1,000,000 in making The Whitney are at liberty to return to their homes
it something that must stand for a in this city. "Lorny" Chatterton was
long time to come as an epoch making DIXIE CLUB TO hOLD SMOKER the only Ann Arbor boy to receive per-
event in the world of reel life. Some WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT UNION mission to sto or in Ann Arbor.
of the sea pictures in which Miss Kel- l- e left for F' ort Wahyne ths moning.
lermann figures, with 200 mermaids, The Dixie club will hold a smoker The first section had with it a var-
for beauty of composition, lighting and at the Union Wednesday evening, Jan. ied menagerie. Sevonteen Chihuabu.
general artistry, have never been 10. Prof. Robert E. Bunker of the do;s, a jacck radit, a ouple o gam
equaled either on the screen or the Law school will be the principal chickens, and seven burros were some
painted canvas, speaker. William L. Owen, '17L, will or the mnascots tlhat the soldiers
Some idea of the magnitude of the be the chief student speaker. All mem- brou'ht home with them,_
undertaking may be gained from the hers and their friends from the south John C. Fischer, hard\ are mer-
knowledge that 20,000 persons, 5,000 are urged to be present. An impor- chant, chairnin of the welcome-home
horses, a fleet of steamships and an en- tant business meeting will be held fol- commitiettated last night that a
tire island were needed to properly lowing the smoker. program has lnen amngcd consist-
stage this titan of classics. Tickets for the Dixie club dance to in, ol a rousing reception at th sa-
No area in the United States proved. be given Friday, Jan. 12, will be put tin oIowd by a banquci It is ca-
large enough, or suitable, for the pur- on sale at the smoker. All enrolled peeted hat the nops will be abi
pose of proper production, so Mr. Fox members of the club should buy tick- to refurn hiai bw ihe end ci ne
leased from the British government an ets early as the tickets go on sale to ceo.
entire island at Kingston, Jamaica, in the public after Wednesday night. At An appeal will be made to the Ci-
order that no detail might be left out i the last business meeting the follow- versi1 stu (, to help give the Ann
of this perfect film. ing officers were elected: President, Arob: boys a good welcome as there
'Brunner R. Penniman, '18; vice-presi- are sev ral stuclAs in the infantry
Eleven U. S. Navy Captains Promoted ( dent, Kemp S. Burge,,.'17; treasurer, that has just returned. The Varsity
Washington, Jan. 5.-The president Alexis J.,Rogoski, '18L, and secretary, band -will probably be secured. A
today approved the following recom- Samuel Guisenberg, Jr., '17. umber of merchants of the city haN e
mendations by the board of rear-ad- promised to close their places of bus,
mirals on selections for promotion to Cornell Gives $4,SOO to Relief Fvuu4,nl cess for a couple of hours so as to
rear-admiral: Captains Harry S. Ithaca, N. Y., Jan. 5.-Cornell an allow their employes to welcome the
Knatt, William L. Rogers, Harry McL. nounces that already $4,800 has been boys home.
Thuse, George W. McElroy, Robert S. turned in from committees in charge-
Griffin, George E. Burd, James H. Oli- of the collection of the prison relief Use the advertising columns of the
ver, John Hood, William S. Simms, fund being collected for the benefit Michigan Daily In order to reach the
Hugh Rodman, and Henry B. Wilson. of student prisoners in the European best of Ann Arbor's buyers.
_______________war' camps. It is expected that a --- -
For results advertise in The Michi- total of $6,000 will be reached when Use The Michigan Daily Want Ads-
gan Daily. all the returns are in for results.

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IIChiWAN DAMES ADOPT NEW,
)iEMBERSIHIP CONTEST SLO AN
"Every Student's Wife a Dame," is
the slogan of a membership contest
I which is being waged by the Michigan
Dames. Two teams, led by Mrs. D. N.
Simons and Mrs. F. J. M1crath, are
exerting every effort to bring stu-
Cents' wives within the fold. The
contest will close just betore the an-
nual mid-year party when the loosing
team will be obliged to furbish an en-
tertainment.
'the women of the society are hand-
iapped in this campaign by the fact
that no, list of married students is
avilable, and will greatly appreciate
it if anyone knowing a stulent's wife
who has not been reached will tele-
phone the name to the president, Mrs.
V. J. Atwell, or to either of the cap-
talu-.
l)nius Connection With te -Leak
Washington, Jan. 5.-Otto H. Kahn
of Kahn, Loeb & Co., today denied any
connection with the president's note
leak, as intimated by Representative
Wood of Indiana, in his testimony be-
fore the house rules committee today.
In a telegram to Representative Hen-
ry requesting that he be called im-
mediately as a witness. Kahn denied
he had ever sold stocks "short."
Dancing classes and private lessons
at the Packard Academy.

VUILU ULUI UIHIU!
Bufalto hil's Eiderainnment and
Um les "Advertise"
America
ST~m EIAN( INTERViEWS COMMON
By John IL learley
(United Press Staa Correspondent)
Rome, Jan. 5.-(Special)- -Buffalo
Bill's Wild West has "advertised" Am-
erica throughout Europe. His circus
playing frequently to European spect-
ators, has left a trail of false im-
pressions behind it. The American.
"movies" shown here only emphasize
them.
The case of Madame Montre inter-
viewed today in a Rom n boarding
house is by no means uncommon. She
is a well-known writer and literary
woman.
"O, you are an American," she be-
gan. 'I am so glad to meet you. For
I am making a scientific study of Am-
erica.
"I was recently presented to some
people from a state called Indiana.
Really they didn't look so much like
Inidians. Of course, their manners
were a little off.
"It must be very difficult for one
to live in the states. The constant
clash of the American and the In-
dian civilizations is undoubtedly a
nerve-racking annoyance.
"Of course, the poor Indians really
did give a civilization to the world.
They were a simple and natural peo-
ple, having a real art and a real
literature.
"The Indian at least has blood and
not machine oil in his veins. Natural-
ly, there are some savages, the good
being always mixed with the bad."
The Americans are frequently call-
ed "the Germans of the New World."
New York City is regarded as the be-
ginning and end of the United States.

Estimates on painting, paper
ing, or any kind of decorating,
fully given. Phone 237, C. H.
& Co.

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e following program will be
I in this city:
phony in E flat major, No. 3
henish," Op. 97......Schumann
emic Festival Overture, Op. 80
... .......... Brahms
>, "L'Arlesienne" No. 1 (Music
Alphonse Daudet's play) .. . Bizet
ture to "Tannhauser".....Wagner
L Again Nearing Chihuahua City
Paso, Jan. 5.-Villa is forcing his
through General Murgia's army
overnment troops and is nearing
uahua City today, according to ad-
s reaching the border. An exodus
larmed residents of the northe'n
tal has started, the Carranzista
orities granting refugees a free
I to the border. The deciding bat-
or possession of the city is being
ht near Horcasitas.
Jhildren Dead After Big Tornado
cAlester, Okla., Jan. 5.-Death toll
he mission school house tragedy at
ton, north of here, went to 15
n four children died today from
ries sustained when a tornado
eked the school house yesterday.
e Rose, eight years old, and Flor-
Rose, 15 years old, died at their
.e near Vireton and Elsie and Ray-
d Perry, 14 and 18 years old, re-
tively, died in the hospital here.
o Probe Newsprint Distribution
ashington, Jan. 5.-All the ma-
iery of the department of justice
set in motion today to gather evi-
ce of illegal combinations and un-
practices among newspaper manu-
tres in the distribution of news-
it paper. The department will se-
Assistant Attorney General Todd,
official trust-buster, to try to un-
er violations of the anti-trust law.
Plaint in Missouri Governor Row
efferson City, Mo., Jan. 5.- The
tion of Judge Henry Lamm, de-
ed nominee for governor of Mis-
ri, contesting the elction of Colonel
d D. Gardner, his Democratic op-
ent, was presented in a joint ses-
1 of the house and senate today
Senator A. E. L. Gardner.
ry a Michigan Daily Want Ad.

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