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November 03, 1911 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ONE OF THE LATEST STYLES
ENGLISH LAST
Invisible Eyelets
9SHOES
$4.00
$5.00
$6.00

MUSIC AID DRAMA.

IN E R & CO
Sign of the Big White Shoe"

STAT E
STREET

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ROEHM & COMPANY
DETROIT. MICHIGAN
Experience in the Manufacture of Fraternity Jewelry

Designers of
Exclusive Society
Class Pins andRings

Medels.lg
Pipes
Stationery

Catalogue,- also Price List of Badges.

(Coninued from page 3.)
in D minor, his ensemble work with
Mrs. Geo. B. Rhead and Samuel P.
Lockwood left nothing to be desired;
his group of solos was so charmingly
given that he was compelled to re-
spond to an encore.
Albert Lockwood contributed the fin-
al group on the program, and, as u11 -
al, delighted the audience"'with his
masterly interpretations. He too was
recalled for an encore..
"The Squaw Alan" Coming.
Edwin Milton Royle's drama, "The
Squaw Man" comes to the New Whit-
ney Theater on Saturday, November 4.
Mr. Dill impersonates a gallant and
manly young officer of the English
government; the scion of a noble
house, who takes upon himself the
onus of a crime committed by another,
that the family honor may not be
smirched and innocent lives ruined.
He leaves England under this cloud
and plunges into the life of the far
West, which he pursues for several
years; but .finally emerges with his
name cleared and comes into posses-
sion of an earldom and a wife. The
character is embodied by Mr. Dill in a
manner that proclaims his adaptabili-
ty for this king of stars work. His
sentiment is always fine and manful
and he seems especially happy in his
appeal for public interest and syn-
pathy.
"The Prince of Tonight."
One of the most lavish scenic pro-
ductions ever sent out of 'Chicago or
New York is that of "The Prince of
Tonight," the Adams, Hough and How-
ard musical fantasy in which Mort H.
Singer will present Henry Woodruff at
the New Whitney Theater, Saturday,
November 11, matinee and night. It
consists of four gorgeous scenes, con-
tained in three acts. The first act
shows the famous resort, "The Break-
ers," at Palm Beach, Florida,lwhich is
later changed in a wonderful transfor-
mation effect into the beautiful Delft
Forest in. the mythical Land of Luni-
tania, where Henry Woodruff, as the
prince, reigns for the night: The sec-
ond act sho~ws a magnificent house-
boat during the progress of the water
fete, and the third act the shore at
Palm Beach.
YOU SHOULD BE CONVINCED BY
THIS TIME. SUBSCRIlE.

Alpha Nu varsity tryouts at 7:30 to-
night. Visitors welcome.
Managers of class teams still in the
football series meet at the Athletic As-
sociation offices today at 12:05.
Students from Missouri and Okla-
homa call up Pugh at 684-L in regard
to formation of Missouri-Oklahoma
club.
Meeting of the business staff of the
Michiganensian. Sunday, at 11 a. m.
Meeting of soph engineer class at 4
p. in., room 311.
Nebraska men meet tonight, at 1221
S. University, 8 p. in. Discuss sending
man to Nebraska game.
Band rehearsal tonight, McMillan
Hall, 7 o'clock. Only those whose
ames appear in this issue of the Dai-
ly need appear.
J. lit football practice, in suits, at
3:15.
Tuberculosis Shack Closed.
Because of the approaching cold
weather, the university tuberculosis
shack, located on the north boulevard,
was closed yesterday for the winter.
The building has never been equipped
with a heating apparatus and it is nec-
essary to vacate it during the stormy
months. The shack was built last
spring and since that time has ac-
commodated a large number of pa-I
tients. During the past summer, it of-
fered an opportunity for many people
to secure excellent treatment at a
small cost. The university society
wvill reopen the shack next spring.

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4th

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CLARENCE BENNETT, Presents

The
Squaw

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NEW WHITNEY THEATRE

By Edwin Milton Royle

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Seat-Sale, November 2nd
Prices--35c, SOc. 7SEc, $1.00, and $1.50

)EHM & COMPANY
ANTS AND FRATERNiTY JEWELERS
ist DE TROiT, MICH.

Hamburger"Daffydil" No.3
If a Broiled Hamburger is "sous-
ed" with "Chil.". Is The Ice
"Tanked" or the Sauce "Pickled",

Davis & Konold's
"Club Lunoh"
Orders Delivered Phone 652J

Drugs,
Tobacco

Rowe's Laundry
406 Detroit St.
THOMAS ROWE Prop.
Bell Phone 457

of tde rccm lies in its furniture. It's urpis
ing how far your money will go in a store like
ours. Gome in and let us show you.
Martin: Hailer
FURNITURE, RUGS, CARPETS AND DRAPERIES

DON'T SPONGE YOUR
FROM YOUR NEIGHBOR.
SCRIBE.

DAILY
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TONIGHT
ADAMS & CUHL
" The Two Admirals "

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20 PEOPLE 20
Lots of 0irls

Matinee Tomorrow, 3

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MEN! Read This Ad
We are exclusive agents for the
Royal Tail ors

At the Reception and "Prom"
yOu11 want to feel that 'you are correctly attired.

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Wlhen we tailor your
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LaGest tailors in the Wind
of GOOD mnade-to-order-clothes.

need soon,

are

lousc Slippcrs and Gym Shocs
ve the largest stock in town, of these articles of Footwear-THE VERY BEST MADE.
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