New Malcolm Block
ovsr ordet- at once.
MUSIC AND DRAMA
For the faculty concert which will
be given this evening at 8:00 o'clock
in High School Hall, the program is
Trio No. 1, D minor, Op. 49 ........
Molto allegro ed agitato;
Andante con moto tranquillo;
Scherzo (Leggiero e vivace);
Finale (allegro assai appas-
Mrs. Geo. B. Rhead, Samuel P. Lock-
wood, Richard P. Hall.
Wohin (Mluller)..... .....Schubert+
Liebeslauschen (Goethe) ....Schubert
Die Forelle (Schubart) . . . Schubert
Liebhaben in Allen Gestalten
Fraulein Leonie Born.
Lento (from the Etude Op. 25)
.. ... ... . ....Chopin-Schroeder
Aria, Op. 103a No. 3.........Reger;
Elegie, C minor...........Faure
Richard P. Hall.
Accompaniments by Mrs. George B.
Die Mainscht (Ludwig Holty) Brahms
Der Schmied (Uhland) ...... Brahms
Traumdurch die Dammerung (Bier-
baum) .................R. Strauss
Zueigimug (H. von Gilm) . . R. Strauss'
Fraulein Leonie Born.
Rhapsodie, Op. 79, No. 2 ...... Brahms
Intermezzo, Op. 76, No. 3 ..Brahms
The firstmusical comedy production
in the accepted sense of the word'
ever presented at the Majestic theater
will be seen for the first time in Ann
Arbor tonight. The presentation ofj
a large company in a vaudeville the-
ater is an indication of the magnitude
of vaudeville interests in the state of
Michigan. The Adams and Guhl Com-
pany consists of twenty talented peo-
pie with a large beauty chorus, spe-
cial musical director, stage mechan-
ics and electricians and in fact all of
the attributes found in any traveling
theatrical organization. "The Two
Admirals," is a potpouri of fun and'
GIRLS ARE CAUSE
te on your designs or furnish
a Room is located on the
place where everything is
Splace in the city. Besides
by the week. Our specialty
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Whitmore, but we do want every stu-
dent to go to every football game and
sit in the north stand and cheer until
he can no longer speak, for the sake
of those eleven men in the arena be-
We want the girls to play their part.
They should be proud of the fact that
their friends are executing a duty and
that this is made possible by the sacri-
fice of their -own whims and pleasures.
That's the spirit every Michigan girl
is expected to show.
Take it to heart, we mean it, every
word, and we want to see a chang'e.
,STILL FREE.. .
ARRANGEMENTS MADE FOR
SPECIAL TRAIN TO CORNELL.
Arrangements for the running of a
special train from Ann Arbor to Ith-
aca, to accomodate Michigan rooters
who desire to see the Michigan-Cor-
nell game, Nov. 11, have been com-
pleted. In order to insure the special
train it will be necessary for 200 stu-
dents to signify their intentions of
making the trip by Tuesday .next, for
200 tickets at $14.45 are necessary to
be sold before the train will be secur-
ed. If the plans work out as expect-
ed the train will leave Ann Arbor
Friday night and returning will leave
fthaca Saturday night at 11:30.
LABOR LEADER TO
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unionism to which he has decided to
devote most of his time on the lec-
Single admission to the lecture will
be fifty cents. Holders of course tick-
ets may get reservations from 4 to 5
today in the association's office in
meeting of all committee charme,
for Union smoker tonight at 7 o'clck,
a~t the clubhouse.
Managers and captains of football
teams still in the class series meet
at Athletic Association offices today
Meeting of the Illinois Club, Tappan
hall, 4 p. m. today.
S. L. A. ticket sellers report between
3:10 and 5:30 today at Graduate school
Junior lit football practice today at
4 p. m., South Ferry field.
TO SELECT VARSITY ORATORS.
Debaters will be Picked to Uphold
Michigan Honors on Platform.
"Resolved, That the recall should be
adopted for all elective offi ers except
judges and the President and Vice-
President of the United States," is the
question which Michigan will debate
in the Central Debating League th
year. Michigan will debate the affirm-
ative with Northwestern at Ann Arbor
on January 19, 1912, and her negative
team will debate the question with
Chicago on the same date at the lat-
Each of the four debating societies
of the University must hold their try-
outs to choose men to represent them
in the inter-society debates before Sat-
urday, November 11. From the de-
bate held between the Jeffersonian
and Adelphi societies on November '25
and between the Webster and Alpha
Nu on November 27, six men will be
chosen who will represent the Univer-
sity both at home and away.
MICHIGAMUA GATHERS SIX
PALEFACES INTO WIGWAM.
SATURD'AY, NOVEMBER 4
CLARECNCE BENNETT, Presents
By Edwin Milton Royle
WE MAKE A SPECIAlI
of everything in high class Drugs, Pharmaceuticals, Toilet
Articles and Bath Room SuFplies. Headquarters fcr Theat-
rical Makeups, Creams, Paints, etc.
THE BROWN DRUG STORE
E. C. EDSILL, Prop.
ain Sit. The Rexall Store Prescription S
122 S. M
NEW WHITNEY THEAT
m. l-5S and 7-8 p to
Seat Sale, November 2nd
Prices---35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, arnd $1.50
1107 S. University
Announces the arrival of a full
mne of Gent's Furnishings in th-
new Fall t%1es.
Pleasure to Show rierchandise
Our Fall Styles in Hats and Cap
are simply grea t.
E. J. Lohr, Manager
The Spalding "Ile k ales
QP ,lNQ 'MEN
a S~LDIG° Iif'
921 E. Huron Street, End North 12th
2 BlocksEastof High School - Phone 989.
Buy your ALARM CLOCKS
Chapman's Jewelry Store
204 South Main Street
music with a bevy of pretty and tal-
ented girls beautifully costumed. Two
complete shows will be given at the
Majestic each evening and 'this com-
pany will give the entire show. Thel
engagement will be for six days.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this
week and Monday, Tuesday and Wed-
nesday of next week, with the usual
is known throughout ',p
the woradasa What's N
G"QN-arat. of jandUI18 8enm1
Qv e.1 "" yquest.
A. 0. SPAT D1140 gn
254 Woodward Ave. Det
iy on the Eyes
V After the Came
The one great end attained by -Mil-
ton Royle in his play "The Squaw
Man" which comes to the New Whit-
ney Theater Saturday, November 4,
is the bringing forward a new crea-
tion in the dramatic world. This is
accomplished but rarely by the great-
est artists and is the constant aim
of every sincere histrionic. "Taby-
wana" is one of those happy compos-
ite creation which strike a chord har-
monizing with, the universal heart.
The pleasant environmentwand the ex-
quisite natural dramatic treatment
found in "The Squaw Man" make the
character of "Tabywanna," the Ute
Chief, stand out like a Mosaic in the
hands of Mr. Clarence Bennett. "The
Squaw Man" gratifies refinement and
edifies with truth.
Tonight at 8:
o you need to be Shirted?
o, let us show you our line of Manhattans
atterns that are new and snappy, in several different fabrics,
Ate the largest line of high grade shirts to be found in the city.
/e do not say this as an idle jolly, but ask you as a favor to in=
is line and satisfy ycurself that our assertion is true.
11 of the newest designs and weaves in silks, are to be found in
of fall neckwear, French reversible and open end four-in-
end bat wings in plain colors and stripes.
ent and Perrin are our best makes in gloves, and you can feel
that with either make you can secure perfect satisfaction.
iox and Statson lHats. Also a large line of hockey caps, including the official
~eu eConin& iege
Ey'ery uman who is interested in the probI
that confronlt this natioll should
hear, the great labor leader.
Into Michigamua's wigwam on the
first sleep of the new moon came
there six from off the campus chosen
by the Michigamua's. Much they had
of maize and bison, friendly talks from
all the warriors. Then the tribe went
all together over to the Big Chief's
Wigwam, wigwam of our Prexy An-
gell. Sang him songs of Michigamua.
Then dispersed along the home trail.
The- initiates were: Otto Carpell,
Maurice Toulme, Stanley Borleske,
William Restrick, Lawrence Abrams,
and Clarence Hannon.
Websters to Initiate Tomorrow.
Capt. Inman Sealby will have charge
of the initiation of fifty new men in-
to the Webster Society tomorrow.
Not only a great Labor Leader but also
GENERAL ADMISSION 60c
Plenty of Good Reserved Seats Left
For the BEST Photographs go to Go, C. MAEDEL