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MUSIC AND DRAMA
, "The (GirlI From Rector's.,'
At the New W'hitney theater on th
evening of Thursday,. December 7~ wI'
be presented "The Girl From Rector's,
In the Southern California Press it ha
received many encomiums of prais
from the press. The audiences ther
were enthusiastic in praise of the pe;
formnance. The company that is prE
senting the piece is assured us by th
managemenit to be one of the best i:
ability and reputation going out o
New York this year.

1GAlv DAILLY
- SCHOO)L OF MUSIC ADDS A1_Y(}U ARE NOT R EALLY IN THEII
TeCELLIST TO ITS FCLY.UIERIYUNESIO R
TeUniversity School of Music an- MORNIN11 , ET IT TILE BALA NE
flounces the engagement of Mr-. RicW ATL t fF

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ard Y. tHall, of Detroit, a cellist or
some renown, as teacher of the vio'.on-
.cello. Mr. Hall is a graduiate of Yale.
Besides teaching, -Mr. Hall will appeair
on the faculty concert programis.Al
his appearance at one of the1 concerts
last month, he made a very fav orabe'
imjpression.
Mr. H-all will be in Anxn A rbor ailter1-
nate Thursdays, and those desiring to
study the 'cello should enroll ait they
office immediately, as he will be in A1nn
arbor today.

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to be had Anywh ere.
4e acknowledge not
ty' inl every instance.

:Id & CoMpany
Huron

MaidJetic ,Theater.
The Exposition Four is considered by
muany to be the best musical act on the
vaudeville stage today and the; fact
remains that this great offering plays
each year the largest and most impor-
tant vaudeville theatres in the country
as a star attraction. The members of
this quartet are musicians of unusual
ability and they will be the big feature
at the Majestic 'theater for the last
three "days of this week starting with
the performances tonight. The rest of
the bill will include Jim Rutherford
well known as principal clown writh
Barnum and Bailey circus although in
his vaudeville act he does not resort
to the usual makeup and clowning ef-,
fects of the circus rirng,
"0Q AV THREE TRYOUTS.
On :account of the large number c1'
contestants in the Peace Oratorical
Contest this year it has been necessary
to divide the tryouts into three squads.
coming Thursday, December 14 at
7:3; Friday at 4; and the same even-
iing a't 7:30 in room 302 N. W., U. H.
From these preliminaries six' men will
be chosen and on December 18 they
Swill compete for the honor of repre-
senting Michigan in the state contest
to be held at Lansingl the last week in;
March. The winner of this is awarded
one hundred dollars and represents
the State of Mticigan in an inter-state
contest against Ohio, Pennsylvania, In-
diana, Illinois, and Wisconsin.
IThe following men have submitted
orations and will appear for the try-
out in the order given. Thursday, 'T.
Dogherty; C. F. Johnson; L. G. Bell;
B. C. Mitchell; R. A. Collins; S. Blum-
rosen ; T. H-. Franking.
Friday at 4 p. in., T. H. Kelly; C. S
Wood; A. J. Hart; Henry B.' Schuer-
Iman; J. 1:. Henton and George Pack-
ard.
Friday evening, 1M. Kraemer; C. "C.
Harbison; J. Wr. Harding; A. F. Fra-
zee; J. B. Courshon; P. V. Blanchard;
and F. S. Tourley.
The University of Michigan has been
unusually successful in carrying off
the honors in this contest in past years
having won over seventy-five per cent
of those in which she has had repre-
sentation and losing out last year by
a mere point.
Hfestn 'Becomies assistant LProsecutor,
"WVillie" Heston, ex-Mlichigan player
and conceded to be the greatest half-
backi that ever played football, has
been appointed assistant prosecutor in
the Wayne County circuit court. Hes-
ton has been practicing law in Detroit
for the past three years, and his ap-
pointment to the staff of Prosecutor
Sheperd comes in recognition of his
ability.

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INTED.
Wanted-'-Second growth Hickory butts
suitab~le for Automobile spok~es. For
further information call on or write!
NV. C. Mor rey, Mgr., TimberDea-
mett Hayes Wheel Co., Jackson.j
Michigan. 49 to 73
LOST
Lost-A string of Coral Beads on State
or Washington streets. Please re-
turn to 204 N. State. Reward. 55-56
Lost--On campus, a belt pin with four,
amethyst sets. Reward for return tc
812 Monroe St.5-7
FOR SALE
For Sale-Two Pasquali reserve(I seat:
Dec. 8. Phone q')7. :5G
We have a large stock of 'Up-to-
Date" Sheet Music, Pianos, and Musical
Instruments of all kinds. Look them
over before purchasing elsewhere.
GRINNEIJL BROS. MUSIC HOUSE,
120-122 E. Liberty St.
W. J. Simonson. 5m tfk

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CLASSIFIED ADS.
Advertisig matter for th is
Classified columa~afnenist always
be pa;id for in adi'ance, and mny
be left at the DAILY office op-
posite th e IMjestic betaweenb the
hours of 12 noon and 10 p. au.,
or at Quairry's 1)ruig Store, N.
University and StaIte, at an~y
time up to 9:30 P. In.
these Ads bring Results.

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Comec into the Store today ai
of the swelest line of college to'
eyes on.
The areal leaders among ti
yocu ng fellowvvoo this town all wi

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IClothes

Over cats ,H
Barker Colliars Il~lerwven Hosiery

Schaft'ner & Nlarx style
and qa.lity.

Mlartin guitars and
on earth, on sale at
So's Music House.

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mnandolinis, best
Schaeberle&
29tt'

I .$30,00 to $45.00

get assortment of s4 yles
riees (,n two (kys' notice,
ur atfproval. You can save
Loi $2,5.00 on the suit.

II Lutz's Clothing Store
Ii 217 So. M tn

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Sweaters cut over at the Palaits
Royal, 209 E. Liberty. 1-tU
Have you seen those hobby 01 fort;
blues at Milward's? Tr- ?u S
State St. 19 ti,
Shoes repaired while you wait. An-
dres, 222 So. State St. *a 34 cod tf
Patronize the new print shop, Davis
and Ohlinger, Job Printers, 109 E
Washington Street., Bell Phone, 432-Jf
18 cod tf
HAVE YOU BROUGHIT I\ THIAT I
$2.00 FOR THIS, DAILY FOR THE ItA],
ANCE OF TILE YEAR?
MACKINAWS-A fine line of all
wool coats in 'stock, sho~vn by Irving
& Plumb. Prices' $5.00 to $8.00.
Phone 1314., 803 So. State,

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FINE HAND 'WOR

121-123 S.

T RUBEY
Furnish the Ice Cream 'for
Your Party
1 Cater To Clubs and ff
FratsI
' Printing, Engraving, Embossing,
lW'ineStbabLery, 'Two-fold Anuounce.
meits or Card w ith 1Envelopes to inutol",
venu and Dance Progrytams,. See our!
new and4 up-to-date d&splay roam. Dont'
get on fused n t fe na wmullnd lacc-C has..
F., Meyers, 215 S. Main St., 2nd )Floor.
Phone gal-G Annl Arbor, AMichigan.,
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ANOTHER - CREAT-

MUSICIANS

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I Gooyear's Drug 5tore
U 107 SOUTH MAIN STREET

Greatest of Mu icai Ac-ts Vaudev~iie's Repre.
NELL ERCERDOROTI
Aerial :ActCoen

We, are Never Undersold
The. latgest and finest stock in the city. Ever} tiing you inay recd,
Combs, lErushes, Soaps, etc.

I LABORATORY SUPPLIES such as
IMICROSCOPICAL GOOIS, DISECTING INSTRUMENTS

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Jim Rutiherford and Lot
Famous Ciown
In a Farce
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coated to your entire satisfactioE- come here forn
;iht Top Coat to the medium weight dressy coat,
heavy OVERP'COAT for irotoring, we've F-,brics,
ady 'o selrveyou.

For nice hot chocolates and daily home made candles
go to the

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)ieterle, Varsity
17 East Liberty Street.

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"MERRY VMARY"
25 Peopl&'

Service will please you and every thing is clean
Specialti~es on Satlurday

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