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November 16, 1911 - Image 4

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nphony Orchestra Concert.
University Symphony Orchestra,

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the fifth year of its being, will give
first concert of the season in High
pool Hall next Monday evening at
'clock, on the regular evening se-
offered by the School of Music. The
r changing student .population, of
ich the orchestra is in great meas-
made up, entails ups and downs
he many departments of the orches-
's personel; but while these condi-
is have always about equalized
mselves in effect, a steady growth
sureness has been noticeable
ough the annual reappearance of a
.siderable majority of the old mem-
s, who are backed by the inesti--I
ble wall of routine.
program of varied musical inter-
and general appeal will be present-

ty, tlented girls known as The
Southern Singing Girls will be among
the attractions and a trained Siberian
wolf that actually sings will add nov-
elty to the bill. John West, a minstrel
comedian, and Ben Beyer and Brother
in a comedy bicycle act, will be the
chief funmakers, while the Three Bitt-
ners will present a refined one act
playlet dealing with rural life. Two
sensational Parisian dancers known as
the Salvaggi Sisters will offer some-
thing new in the dancing line. Next
Monday the original Napanees will re-
turn in a new school act with Harry
W. Fields at the head of the act.
Dean Cooley Leaves for Washington.
Dean Mortimer E. Cooley left yes-
terday afternoon for Washington, D. C.
where he will aid the Block Signal and
I Train Control committee in preparing.
its annual report for the Interstate
Commerce Commission. He will be
gone about ten days.
Scott Talks in Memorial Hall.
Prof. Scott's lectures on "The Gen-
esis of Speech" will be delivered today
and on Tuesday and Thursday of next
week at 2 p. m. Memorial hall lecture
room, and not in the Psychology labo-
ratory as announced in Tuesday's
Daily.

Foot Ball Night

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Majestic Theater.
A new show comes to the Majestic
theater tonight for the last three days
of this week and incidentally the man-
agement promises another one of those
record breaking programs that have
been so popular in the past. Four

"A Constant Joy"-
Seats Thursda3

THE REXALL DRUG STORE
Have you found it ? It is sure in Ann Arbor.
W~ sell lots of Rexall just as they do in every city in the country.
REXALL SIGNIFIES QUALITY
THE BROWN DRUG STORE
E. C. ED: ILL, Prop.
2 S. Main St. The Rexall Store Prescription Special

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m nufacturt d. Quality of workmanship and material combined
"ith the style and durabili y of the garment, makes this one of
the best known line; of high class clothing to be tound.
Oar suits are cut after the latest fashions produced in this
country and comprise materials and colorings new and attract-
ive to the ever deceptive eye of the critic.
Overcoats made in sin.le or dou')le breacted styles, in-
chiding a new creation consisting of two overc, ats in one, a re-
versible coat, made of two differently c.lored materials, on one
sil you have a coat made with regular cut shoulders, reverse it
and you have an entirely different colored coat, mAde with rag-
lan shoulder.
A beau'iful line of fur and plush lined overcoats, made
with high PersianI Lamb or Marmat collars, ranging i a price
from $20.00 to $75.00
Gents Furnishings and Headwear.
Reule, Conlin & Fiegel

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cocoanut. They're

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Chocolates
In pound and half.pound boxes, at sixty
cents a pound.
E. E. CALKINS

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