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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ye to be Quick

it a New Suit or Overcoat for Thanksgiving.
OW from among hundreds of matchless
I styles which we offer.
.L THANK US AFTERWARDS

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DETRIT
JEWELERS AND STATIONERS

MUSIC AND DRAMA
Violin-Sonata Recital.
A series of four violin-sonata recit-,
als will be given this year by Samuel
Pierson Lockwood and Mrs. Geo. B.
Rhead, similar in character to the sev-
en presented last year. Last year the
historical sequence of all the com-I
positions was maintained throughout
the series, which began with Haendel
and ended with Strauss; this year
each recital will contain specimens of
various periods. It is hoped thereby
to present programs which will be in
themselves more varied, and also to
accentuate the actual juxtaposition.
The program for the first recital Wed-
nesday afternoon of this week will be
as follows:
Sonata No. 3, E major...........
......Bach (1685-1750)
Adagio; Allegro; .
Adagio ma non tento-Allegro.
Sonata No. 6, A major, Op. 30, No. 1.
...........Beethoven (1770-1827.)
Allegro; Adagio molto espressivo;
Allegretto con Variagioni.
Sonata No. 3, G minor, Op. 32....
.Sjoegren (1853)
Allegro moderato; Allegro vivace;
Largo; Allegro assai.
"The Prince of Tonight,"
Fairyland in all its alluring mysti-
cism is embodied in the first act of
"The Prince of Tonight," the Mort H.
Singer musical fantasy in which Hen-
ry Woodruff will appear at the New
Whitney Saturday, matinee and night,
Nov. 11. The act opens with a scene
at "The Breakers" a fashionable Palm
Beacl hotel, and suddenly changes to
the mythical Delft Forest in Lunitan-
ia, where little fairies dance in an em-
erald gloom before the prince who is
to reign but for a night. "The Prince
of Tonight" is one of the most elab-
orate spectacular prbductions seen in
years, and the costumes are corres-
pondingly gorgeous.'A special crew of
expert electricians is carried by the
company to handle the vast equip-
ment of electrical effects.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Men in the Union membership cam-
paign who have not turned in results,
do so tonight at 7:30 at Union.
The girls club of Hobart guild will
hold a meeting at Harris hall at 4
this afternoon.
Mandolin Club Rehearsal tonight at
7 o'clock.
Meeting of the Fort Wayne, Ind., stu-
dents at the Michigan Union tomorrow
evening at 7:15.
There will be a business meeting of
the Commerce Club this evening in the
economics building.
SEATS FOR PENNSY
GAME GO ON SALE.
(Continued from Page i.)
lady who is also a member of the Uni-
versity and he may then purchase a
second ticket at the timethe purchases
his own by signing ticket and address
card on her behalf. Five $2.00 tickets
in the sections assigned to the general
public may also be purchased at this
time.
"Checks will not be accepted at the
general sale.
"Members of the University,shall in-
elude all members of the faculties and
other officers of the University whose
names appear in the General Univer-
sity Bulletin and all students regular-
ly enrolled in the University.
"Numbers will be issued on each day
of sale to those standing in line. At
the beginning of each hour a list of
numbers will be posted. Tickets will
t be sold to the holders of these num-
bers, in numerical order, during the
hour specified.
"The sale of tickets in the reduced
price sections will be closed Wednes-
day, November 15th, at 6 p. m."
Sickness Keeps Dean Reed at Home.
Dean Reed is confined to his home
by illness, technically, auto-intoxica-
tion. Though he had been under the
weather for several days, yesterday
was the first working day that he was
not in his office. It is expected that
he will be able to be back in a few
days.
Student Called Home by Death.
1rving Schuttz, '13 L, was called to
his home in Joliet, Ill., yesterday by
the sudden death of his mother.'
Schuttz will probably return to col-
lege.

New

Thursday, Nov. 9
The Greatest Comedy Success
of the century

Presents

THE
CHORUS
LADY
By JAMES FORBES

Henry Woodruff

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In

The Prince
of Tonight
Prettiest of all Musical Playa

Saturday, Nov. 11
Matinee and Night

MORT H. SINGER

Author of The Traveling Salesman and
The Commuters
As played by Rose Stahl at Uackett
Theatre, New York-one solid year
Prices 36-60-23- -$1,00

Whitney Theatre

75

People

75

Seat fate Thursday
Prices *36-60-'l-$1-$1 O

ence solicited. We will quote on your designs or furnish
sketches and prices. All work guaranteed.

-211 Woodward Ave.

WE MAKE A SPECIALTY
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Articles and Bath Room Supplies. Headquarters for Theat-
rical Makeups, Creams, Pairnts, etc.

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P AND SAUCER SIGN
means that tt Rome Tea Room is located on the
ingtont St. It is the only" place Whore eVerything1 isi
t find t ore quiet. retire d place in th city. Besides
me iltickot, alsob oard by the week. Our specialty
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have to carry an
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blot or sputter.
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ithout

TRADE
MARK
Reg.u.5.
Pat. Off.

The Chorus Lady.
The leading character in James For-
bes international success, "The Chorus
Lady," is that of Patricia O'Brien, a
member. of the chorus, who speaks
slang with amazing fluency. The chor-
us girl type, as portrayed in this com-
edy, is one of the most original char-
acterizations that has ever been at-
tempted. "The Chorus Lady" will Le
the attraction at the New Whitney on
Thursday, November 9, and judging
from the enthusiasm with which this
play has been received elsewhere lo-
cal theatergoers are insured a genuine
comedy treat.
S. C. A. Missionaries Reach Busrab-.
Word has been received in this city
that Charles Shaw, '11 E, and his wife,
known here as Miss Adele Bayly, '11,
reached Busrah, Arabia, the first of
this month. They will take up their
work there in the industrial and med-
ical mission pchool which the Stu-
dent' Christian Association established
in 1909.
Chicken Dinner
Every Sunday, 25c
Hathaway & Sharp's
331 South Main Street

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THE VARSITY
TOGGERY
SHOP
1107 S. University.
Avenue
Has just received a line of Silk
and Silk Lisle Bali Hose. Let us
show you our Fall line of lined
and unlined Dress Gloves.
E. J. Lohr, Manager

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We will try and please you all and give you
thevery best satisfaction.
LARGE LINE OF CLASS PIPES
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Everything absolutely an-
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Homemade Candies Sell Rapidly.
So eager were the buyers to get some1
of the homemade sweets that were
for sale by the Women's League in
University hall Saturday, that the sale
had to be discontinued before the time
appointed because of lack of candy.
About $28 was taken in by the women.
They are planning to have a much
larger supply for the Pennsylvania
game.
Buy your ALARM CLOCKS
at
Chapman's Jewelry Store
206 South Main Street
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tute the largest line of high grade shirts to be found in the city.
We do not say this as an idle jolly, but ask you as a favor to in=
this line and satisfy yourself that our assertion is true.
All of the newest designs and weaves in silks, are to be found in
ne of fall neckwear, French reversible and open end four-in-
and bat wings in plain colors and stripes.
Dent and Perrin are our best makes in gloves, and you can feel
:d that with either make you can secure perfect satisfaction.
(nox and Statson Hats. Also a large line of hockey caps, including the official
que.
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