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October 05, 1911 - Image 4

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Choral Union Tryouts Soon.
Prof. Albert A. Stanley will b
the School of Music every after
from 1-2 and 4-5 to try out all ca
dates for the Choral Union. Ins
of the plan used in the past for gi
out individual tickets to the mem
for each concert, they will recei
season's ticket for reserved seat
accordance with the new plan i
tuted for reserving seats at the
Festival concerts.
HURRAH
I guess every freshman in Mich
is buying a Salz Pen at half p
$2.00 pens at 90c; $3.00 pens at $
$6.00 pens at 2.50. J. L. Skinner's,
State Street.

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RAGGED.
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more.- It is altogether likely that
absence of the coach slowed up th
a bit but the real reason may be
it was an off day and that they
come back tomorrow with the s
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NEW WHITNEY THEATR.

Saturday Oct. 7

Matinee and

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Death Takes Two Former Students.
Garrett D. Stewart, '13, died at his
home in Detroit last week following a
short attack of typhoid fever. He was
for. the past two summers an instruc-
tor in swimming in the Detroit high
schools. 0
The death of Harry F. Burkholder,
'T , aoccurred September 24 at St.
Thomas, Ont. He had ben suffering
from heart trouble since last winter,
the trouble finally resulting in his,
death. But for his illness he should,
have graduated in June. He was a
member of the student Masons, and
the funeral was conducted by the Ma-
sonic. order at St. Thomas.

had Monday.
The regular gridiron was not used
and the one on which the set-to took
place was the same on which Herring-
ton broke his leg last fall. More than
one of the big crowd of students pres-
ent remarked on the coincidence and
it was a relieved bunch when time was
called.
Forward Pass Works in Wind.
The high wind made the use of the
forward pass a good deal a matter of
luck but at that there were several
cleverly executed ones that were good
for substantial gains. The new sig-
nals made the contest today fairer
than on Monday as the scrubs did
not know where every play was going
and in addition the second team had
some formations today and they work-
ed them for good gains on several oc-
casions. In all, the Varsity made four
touchdowns with Wells carrying away
the big part of the score and Wenner
and Thomson making one each.
The line-up today was as follows:
Varsity.

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Prices Matinee-35-50-75-1,0O-1,50
Prices Night-50-15-1.00-1.50-2.00
Seat Sale Thursday October 5, 10 a.- m.

RIVER

For a first-class job of painting,I
per hanging or decorating, see Ma
& Co.

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Polish your floors with Old En
lish Floor Wax. We have the gen
ine article. Major & Co. Both 'Pho
es.
Pianos to Rent. Terms reasonab
Schaeberle & Son, Music House, 1
S. Main St.-

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Barton, Garrels .........L.
Pontius ........ ....L.
Quinn. . ...... . ... L.
Paterson............... . ..
Allmendinger..............R.
Conklin, Roblee........ . .. R.
Wells.....................R.
Craig, Picard......... .. Q.
Torbet.............L.
Thomson ............. F.
Wenner, Hubel, Wenner......R.
Reserves.

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" The Sweetest Story Ever Told"'
LIGGETTS CHOCOLATE

LLGGETT's CHOCOLATE

Finest Quality Candies-Uuaranteed Perfect Condition
Liggett's, Lowney's, Guth's, Weber's, Fenway
THE BROWN DRUG STORE
E. C. EDSILL, Prop.
S. Main St. The 13euall Store Prescription Special

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We set glass. Major & Co.
'Phones.

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Dennison.................L. E.
Hanlon.................L. .T.
Peterson ...................L. G.
Otis ..........................C.
Kaynor.......... ..R.,G.
Clarkson....... ......R. T.
McLaughlinz........ ....R. E.,
Madison... ...............Q. B.
Smith, H.................... H.

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Be sure and attend tne Special Red
Tag Piano Sale now going on at Grin.
nell Bros. Music House, 120-122 E
Liberty St. A sensational piano
clearance of Summer Resort Pianos.
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VAULT OPEN.-'

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.hr's U. Bookstore.

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Decorate your room with a Michi-
gan Pennant or Banner. Best assort-
ment in the city at Wahr's Universi-
ty Book Store. 1-3

or the All the latest Popular song hits
1 Msuch as Billy Alexander's Ragtime
Band, Mamy's Angel Child, All Alone
and a dozen others at Ten Cents per
copy at Grinnell's Music House.

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The two stddents who were looking
for a suite of rooms with a sink for
private use, ca nflnd such a suite at
620 E. University.

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night no clues had been discovered.
It is thought the safeblowers were
familiar with the police system of the
campus inasmuch as they waited until
the campus policeman had retired
from his beat at 4 o'clock before ex-
ploding the safe, and thereby leaving
only one man to offer resistance in
case of discovery.
In speaking of the robbery yester-
day, Chief of Police Apfel said: "The
theft demonstrates that one watchman
is insufficient for the whole campus.'
The robbers evidently had an easy
time as the vault and sale were inade-
quate security. I believe two men
were concerned in the work, and that
these two men were experts. Nobody
seems to have heard the actual explo-
sion. The attention of the watchman:
was attracted by the slamming of a
dloor."
As far as can be ascertained this
is the first incident of the kind in the
history of the University.

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Gold Plated Clocks, originally $3.00.......
Pipe Racks in novel designs, originally $1 25 to $3.00
Four Piece Smoking Sets of wood, copper or chic a, or-
iginally $r.5o to $3.25......... ..
Tobacco Jars in skeleton head and other shapes, origin-
ally $r.oo to $3.00.....
Indian Head Wall Decorations, o igi. all. $.50 to $2.25
Mugs and Stemns, originally $i.oo to $x I 10..........
Mugs and Steins, originally 35c to 65c..............
Ash and Pin Trays, originally 50c to 75c ... .........
Busts and Stationery.......... 1-2
Pictures in a variety of novel frames... .. .1-2

Thursday, Friday and Saturday
We will place on special sale during the last three days of
this week a line of room decorations which will make it pc s ible
for you to fit out your room with high class ornaments at a mini--
mum cost. It will pay you to look over the stock in our base-
ment before making your selections. The following is a partial
t of the articles included in this sale f

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$1.50
79c
79c
79c
79c
79c
79c
29c
29c
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Hours---Daily at 4'00

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tools at State Street Hardware. eod tf
Try a "Vahr's Special" Fountain
Pen. It beats the world. Only $1.00.

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It's the Theme 89ng of WO~ODS' ?RAZEE & LEDERER Phenomenal Success.
By OTTO HAUERBACH and KARL HOSOENA.
THE LAUGHING MUSICAL SENSATION OF TWO CONTINENTS
A CAST OF MUAL COMEDY CELERTIES, Including jTHE MASSIVE PRODUCTION
FROM THE NEW AMSTERDAM
TREAT~R, NEW YOQS.,

SATURDAY, OCT.

7, FIATINEE AND NIGHT

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