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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MUSIC AND DRAMA

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iy the week. Our speciailty

"The Squaw Man"
In "The Squaw Man," which comes
to the New Whitney Theater Saturday,
November 4, Edwin Milton Royle has
written a drama in which there is
much stirring incident, and has min-
gled the tragic and lighter shades of
life in the right proportions. The
play tells a story that is full of throb-
bing interest that often becomes in-
tense. Its glimpse of English life in
the upper circles is followed by a pic-
ture of ranch life in the West that is
breezy and natural. Its action is spir-
ited, without being overdrawn. The
leading role of "The Squaw Man" is
admirably suited to Mr. Dill, and there
is every indication of the part being
one of his greatest successes. Clar-
ence Bennett and Company, the mana-
gers of the enterprise, have given Mr.
Dill an exceptionally strong, support-
ing company..
Alpha Nw' Team is Chosen
Robert J. Curry, '12, '14 L, Rex C.
Collins, '12, and Sylvan S. Grosner, '12,
'14 L, were chosen for the debating
team that is to represent the Alpha
Nu in the semi-final debate against the
Webster law debatlng society. From
this contest a varsity team will be
chosen. H. B. Sherman, '12, '14 L was
chosen alternate. The Websters hold
their tryout a week from tonight, and
the team then chosen will meet the
three men of the Alpha Nu society the
last week of the month. Prof. J. A.
Brumm, Dr. A. II. Thurnau, and Dr.
E. L, Adams were the judges.
Dent Society and Class Goty ixedy
A news siory in yesterday's Daily
conveyed the impression tat the
senior dental class would elect offi-
cers this morning, and that the affairs
of the class had been taken over by
the faculty. The meeting called for
this morning and referred to in the
Daily yesterday concerns the Dental
Society and has nothing to do with the
class election, which was held a week
ago. Furthermore, the Yaculty of the
dental department are assuming no
jurisdiction whatsoever in the organi-
zation of the society in question.
Tooth Pulling Results Seriously.
A hemorrhage resulting from the
extraction of three teeth at the dental
clinic made it necessary for A. H.
Brinkmire, a middle-aged man staying
at 920 Monroe street, to be conveyed
to the Homeopathic hospital Wednes-
day for treatment. The hemorrhage
was caused by a -diseased condition of
the blood which was not made known
at the clinic before the operation.
Adelphi Will Hold Tryouts Friday.f
At a meeting of the Adelphi society
held last evening it was decided to
hold the tryouts for the team from
which the varsity debaters will be
picked, next Friday night. About
twelve men are expected to try for the
team.
Union Will Have Ladies,'Day.
Dinners for couples or larger parties
will be served at the Union today at
12 o'clock and from 6 to 7 o'clock. Ta-
bles may be reserved by phone or by
calling at the Union. Fifty cents a
plate will be charged.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE FOLKS AT
HOME AND WRITE FEWER LET.
TERS

SRI FTED) TEAM TO ENCOUNTER
SALT CITY MEN.
(Continued from Page i)
slightly marred by the fact that Craig's
presence slowed up things a bit. He
has played quarter but little since the
first part of the M. A. C. game and for
that reason was a little bit rusty..Red-
den was in charge of the squad and
will be of course until Yost's return.
'The fact that the coach went into the
cast just before a game would seem
to indicate that he figures the game as
won but the Easterners have been im-
proving right along this week and are
playing the best football right now
that they have had on tap so far this
fall. There will be a fight this after-
noon that will be worth seeing as the
entire Syracuse squad that arrived in
Detroit yesterday afternoon is right
on edge for this game. The visitors
will not come to Ann Arbor till just
before the time set for the start, which
will be at about 2:00 o'clock instead of
2:30 as has been the rule so far this
fall. The band will be on hand and
the cheer leaders will be stationed in
front of the cheering section in order
to give both themselves and the root-
ers a good workout before the Penn
game. This afternoon sees the next
to the last of the home games of the
1911 schedule and from the advance
sale bof tickets the attendance will set
a new Syracuse-Michigan record.
Eckersal of Chicago who was to um-
pire was sent to Minneapolis to cover
the Chicago-Minnesota game for the
paper which he represents and will be
unable to officiate. Up to a late hour
last night no one had been secured to
take his place. The lineups and the
.other officials follow:
Michigan Positions Syracuse
Garrels........L.E. .......... Day
Conklin(Capt)....L.T.........Reeve
Kaynor.......... L.G. .....Hilfinger
Paterson......... C. ......Aylng
Quinn.........G...........Camp
Bogle..........R.T. ........Propst
Pontius......R.E. ........Kallet
Craig-Picard..... Q.........Darby
Torbet.....,....L.H.....Ansley-
Waldron
Thomson.......F.B......Smith-
Salmon
Wells...... R.H . Fogg(Capt.)
Referee-Hackett, West Point;field
judge-Lynch, Brown; head linesan
-Yeckley, Penn State. Time of pe-
riods--15 minutes.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Meeting of Cosmopolitan Club at
Cercle Francais rooms at 7:30. Elec-
tion of officers and program.
All members of the Student Council
meet at the Michigan Union this after-
noon at 1:15. Special session on ques-
tion of the trip of the band east.
"J" law football practice at 9 a. in.,
South Ferry Field.
Meeting of business staff of Michi-
ganensian Sunday at 11 a. m..
Foresters' campfire :tonight. Meet
at north wing at 7 o'clock. Bring cup,
spoon, knife and fork.
Cornhusker Member to go to Lincoln.
The Cornhuskers' club, composed of
about thirty-five men from Nebraska,
met at the home of one of its members
last night and completed plans to send
a representative to Lincoln with the
varsity, November 25. It is not known
is yet who is to be the lucky man, and
this part will be arranged next Friday
evening at a meeting of the club.
DON'T GET THE IDEA THAT IT'S
TOO LATE TO SUBSCRIBE. THE

I New Whitney Theatre

Saturday November 4
CLARENCE BENNETT

The Greatest Comedy Success
of the century

THE
SQUAW
MAN
By Edwin Milton Royle

Seats Now Selling
Prices 36-60-76$1$110

IThursday, Nov.

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THE
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Author of The Traveling Salesman and
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As played by Rose S ahl at Hackett
Theatre,New York-one solid year
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2 BS i.Uin East of High School - Phone 989-J
Buy your ALARM CLOCKS
at .
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20, South Main Street

The Varsity
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Avenue
Anounces the arrgval of a full
ine of Gen Furnishings in the
new Fall Styles.
Pleasure to Show Merchandise
Our Fall Styles in Hats and Caps
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of the newest designs and weaves in silks, are to be found in
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x and Statsonlats., Also a large line of hockey caps, including the official

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