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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MUSIC AND DRAMA

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES-

New

Whitney Theatre

State Street
white shoe
instructed not to
that does not fit
a is lost by so do-

Ethel Barrymore.
The coming of Miss Ethel Barrymore
to the Whitney Theater on November
13, is one of the greatest events of the
season, and the knowledge that she is
to appear in "The Witness for the De-
fense," the new four act drama by A.
'. W Mason, has created widespread
interest. Miss Barrymore has surround-
ed herself with a very superior com-
pany, ,one, it may be said, of the best
on the American stage.
"Prince of Tonight.",
Another Princess theater success
will be seen at the New Whitney The-
ater Saturday, November. 11, .matinee
and fliit, when Henry Woodruff ap-
pears in the Adamis, Hough' and 'How-
ard musical fantasy, "The Prince of
Tonight. Mr Woodruff jumped into
musical comedy with a bound, and his
success has been such that it overshad-
ows even his "Brown and Harvard"
prosperity. Mort H. Singer the lead-
in- producer of musical comedies, is
presenting this attraction, and this, of
course, insures the playgoer of seeing

Important Junior Lit football prac-
tice today.
}Tryouts for the opera orchestra at
7:15, Scott's Academy, above Cushing's.
Bring eligibility cards which can be
secured from I'ro. Strauss in Tappan
Hall from 11 to 12.
All men from Kansas meet tonight at
7 at the union.
Tryouts for the Comedy Club in room
205, N. W. at 2 o'clock.
Band meet for rehearsal at 7 o'clock
sharp tonight.

Thursday, Nov.

9

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The Greatest Comedy Success
of the century

Saturday, Nov. 1I
Matinee and Night

MORT H. SINGER

Presents

THE
CHORUS
LADY
By JA1MlES FORBES

Henry Woodruff

In

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

FRESH ENOINEERS JIOLI)
FI ST 5IKlI'R Tf UNIO10N
Freshmen engineers held their first
smoker as a clas at the Union last
night. _1 bout seventy-five men att end-
ed. Dr. 'A. D. Moriarty, and Mr. H. L.
Abbott, of the engineering department
represented the faculty and gave short
talks. H. C. Enos, president, W.J. Craw-
ford and John Leonard, members of
the class gave toasts. A series of smo-
kers have been planned by the social
committee to be given at the Union

The Prince
of Tonight
Prettiest of all Musical Plays

. Designers ol
Exclusive Scclety
Class Pins and Rings

Medals
Pi*pesr

Author of The Traveling Salesman and
The Commuters
As played by Rose Stahl at Hackett
Theatre, New York-one solid year
Prices 35-60-7-I -$1 0

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People

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Seat Sale Thursday
Prices 3-50-76-$1-$1 6O

ustrated Catalogue, also Price List of BIdges.

cu axcInd upr.Ui se nUipr auU 'during the year. Announcement of the
chorus, and a worthy scenic produc- date of the next one will be made lat-
tion. er.
or.

DEHM

& COMPANY

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student Supplies, Dru. .;4s, ~r l t
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MEAD SWEETS THO AS R()WE Prop.
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Majestic Tzeaer.
As an extra added attraction to the
regular shows the Majestic manage-
ment has secured the rights to the only
moving pictures of the recent World's
Series of Ba e Ball Games between the
Athetics and Giants-these pictures
being the originals taken at Philadel-
phia and New York.
These interesting pictures will be
shown at every performance at the Ma-
jestic Wednesday Aid Thursday this
week-matinee andl night. A special
extra matinee will be given Thursday
at four o'clock at which time the pic-
tures will be shown only at an admis-
sion of ten cents.

(' nere~ Club i alkes Plans for Year.
The Commerce Club held a business
miceting in the economics building last
night. Itcutine matters and discus-
sions were the order of the session.
The club is planning for its first smok-
er this year which will occur Novem-
ber 21. At that time the members will
enteLriu Mr. Thomas Craig of Detroit
who v-ill address them at the Michigan
Union.

DO YOU KNOW
x Board for
Board by the weeke $4.00 .

$3.60

Opp -fnterurban Station

LOCAL WOMAN IS OWNER OF
RARE LINCOLN MANUSCRIPTS
Manuscripts giving an intimate ac-
count of Abraham Lincoln's life during
the most crucial period of the Civil
War are in the possession of Mrs.;
Emma Adams, 432 S. Division. street,
of this city. Mrs. Adams' father, Rev.
P. D. Gurley, was pastor of the church
which Lincoln attended, and was at
his bedside from the time he was shot
until his death. Mrs. Adams has re-
fused. an offer of $3,000 for the man-
uscripts of "The Recollections of Lin-
coln."
One of the manuscripts contains
many of the expressions of the pres-
ident during some of the great battles
of the war, when he walked up and
down the White House corridors
awaiting news from the battlefields.

leuinvi nigiieer Speaks Tonight.
B. J. J1en pan, acting clief engineer
of the Detroit Edison Co., will speak
on "The Cost of and Rate of Electric
Service," before the Ann Arbor branch
of the American Institute of Electri-
cal Engineers this evening at 7:30 in
room 348 of the new engineering
building.
Dean Cooley to Address Freshmen.
Dean Mortimer E. Cooley will ad-
dress the freshmen of the engineering
department in the Assembly today at
11.
WORK ON THE BIPLANE
IS NEARIG COMPLETION.
Work on the Aeronautical Society bi-
Plane is nearing completion. The
planes have been varnished and dried,
the controlling gear is now being in-
stalled, and as soon as the hangar
which is being built at the society's
field on south State street is completed,
the machine will be taken out there.
If everything goes smoothly this will
probably occur the latter part of the
week.

age

aund r r
606 E. Lib erly Street

P a ck ard

Shoes

D LIVERY " and 7 Pase"gerCars
D Prices Rea,,onable
PHOlNE 1101 HOME PHONE 452-BaAbe
-bor Garage, 206 West Huron Street
ER'S School of Danlcilg
es ad Gentlemen Tuesday and Thursday evenings, 7: 0t8:00.
n b-gin-wuhen you do, Private lessons given by a pointment.
ca 1 at Academy or
Office Ho'urs 10412 A. M., 2-4 P. M

You known there are none better but many are higher
in price. See the new snappy fall styics at $4.00, $4 50
and $5.oo.
ALLMAND & FORSYTHE
Agents for the Royal Tailors 215 S. MAIN

Hospital service for the year is in- Plai to Stop Ticket Scalping.
sured students at the University of PHILADELPHIA, PA., NOV. 7.-To
Washington on payment of a 50 cent prevent ticket scalping before the Ar-
fee. my-Navy game on Franklin field, the
Pennsylvania committee is preparing
Women to Assist Suffrage Movement. to buy all tickets offered at an ad-
Edna Thuner, president of the Wom- vanced rate. Checking. back by the
en's League, has appointed a commit- ticket numbers, the original purchas-
tee to look after the interest of won- ers of the tickets will be found and
en's suffrage in tho university. The required to pay the committee the ad-
following wiil sorve on~the committee: vance on the price that the committee
Cornelia Campbell, chairman; Mrs. paid for the tickets. This will be in
Tatlock, Mrs. Glasser, Bess Smurth- accordance with an agreement which
waite. every purchaser of tickets must sign
before he is assigned seats.

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Chil". Is The Ice
he Sauce "Pickled"

Davis & Konold's
"Club Lunch"

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articles

of Footwear

you

will

need sOOD, are

All the latest popular song hits at
Grinnell Bros. Music House at Ten
cents per copy. A complete stock of
the latest opera hits at popular prices
also. Everything in college songs and
ollections. 18 tf
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lousc Slippers and Gym Shoes
ve the largest stock in town, of these articles of Footwear-THE VERY BEST MADE.
Slippers $1.50 to $4.00 per pair. G) m Shoes 85c to $2.00 per pair.
J WILL MAKE A MISTAKE IF YOU DO NOT COME TO US FOR THEM
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ad Furniture

osiery

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19 'East
Liberty

Street

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