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SHAW APPOINTED
HOCKEY MANAGER
Leader of Last Year's Huron Hlockey
1,4iI Will Look After Inter-
Class Contests.
lIE PARTMENT MANAGERS NAMED.
?Frank E. Shaw, president of the Hu-
1on Hockey Club of last year, was yes-
day appointed inter-department hock-
cy manager by the Athletic board. The
hockey committee, consisting of F. A.
Picard, F. WV. DuBois, and .1. V. 'Sween1-
ey, was also named at this time.
Managers for the following depart-
ment teams have been appointed: Lit-
erary, Edward H. Sajer, '13; Law,
George E. Brand7 '12; Engineering,
Rodney L. De Lange, '12; Homeopath--
ic, King.
Dr. G. A. May, director of Waterman
gymnasium will coach the teams and
practice will be started as soon as the
weather gets cold and the ice freezes.
If the teams make good showings this
year it is altogether probable that
hockey will be recognized as a Varsity
sport next season.
UNIVERSITY NOTICESf

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MU&IC AND DRAMA
lFaculty Recital1.
Henry J. Dotterweich, of the piano
J faculty of the School of Music, wi:1
give the third of the complimentary re-
"itals given by the junior members 9f
the facul'y, in the School of Music
tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock. His
program will be devoted entirely to
the works of Chopin, to which com-
poser he has devoted a great deal of
study.
Majestic Theater.
One of the most popular musical acts
that ever played the Majestic theater
is that of Dorsch and Russell known
as the musical-railroaders. Regular
patrons of the Marjestic theater will
recall this act inasmuch as the prin-
}pfls manage to extract real music
from all sorts of articles usually found
arornd a railroad depot. An'array of
scenery which includes a train running
at full speed is employed. Another
big act will be furnished by the cel-
ebrated comedian Charles Mason who
has in the past been prominently con-
nected with such companies as Froh-
man, Dillingham, Belasco, Savage,
Broadhurst rothers, and last season
the famous ZAiegfeld Follies. Mr. Ma-
son will be one of the big laughing hits
of the year at the local vaudeville the-
ater. Five acts will constiulte the
1rogram which comes tomorrownight
for the first three days of the week.
I))O.ULP TOQUE F A .B i 'LTY MEMBERS

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Candidates for the soph engineer
basketball team meet Tuesday at 2:30
at the city Y. M. C. A.;
Members of the Student Council may
get copies of first half of inter-class
constitution at Union desk. Second
half may be secured Monday afternoon.
Fencers' club will begin regular
p)ractice tomorrow night in Waterman
gym, 8 o'clock. All men interested are
urged to come.
The class in interpretive reading
will give a public review of miscellan-
eous selections tomorrow night at 7:30
in room 302 North Wing. All interest-
ed are invited to attend.
Union Offers Special Sunday )IMnu
The following dinner will be served
at the Union today from 1 to 3 and
from 6 to 8:
Canape of Sardines,
Consomme Royal.
Pearl Celery Sliced Cucumbers

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Clothes put up as you want-them, -t the price
of ready-mades. Coire and -ee the patterns
and styles.

Fried Fillet of Whitefish.
Julienne Potatoes.

Roast Young Goose, Apple Dressing.
Roast Prime Rib of Beef, Natural Gra-
vy.
Steak Minute Colbert.
Potatoes Lorette. Candied Sweet Po-
tatoes.
Succotash.
Waldorf Salad.

Baba au Rhum. Coffee,
and Cake.

Ice Cream

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Polhemus Transfer Line
Checks baggage direct from'
house to distination
Men on all returning train3
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Communicant Srtgetis That Council
Choose Ieadge_ for Them.
(Th( faily'," msn rsosi~t
for sentiments expressed in corn-
munications.).......... .
Editor, Michigan Daily:-
Although you have given much space
lately to communications on suggested
University improvements, I venture to!
bring one more reform to your notice.
It is this: there exists a pressing de-
mand for faculty toques.
Even the postgraduates are now pro-
vided for by the recent action of the
Student Council. Yet the faculty, which
surely is as important to the welfare
of this institution, is still neglected in
the matter of a uniform and distinct-
ive headgear. Distinguished and even
whitehaired pedagogues are still suf-
fered to expose their auricular appen-
dages to the icy blasts which whistle
up and down the broadwalk at this
season of the year, and some of them
the thereby subjected to much incon-
venience, not to say positive danger.
More than this, consider the increas-
ed life and color which such an into-
vation would create upon the campus.
Attractive designs in green, brown yel-
low, and other hues could be adopted
and in time this millinery would no
doubt be as highly prized as the caps
and gowns which now form the exclu-
sive academic costume.
These, of course, are merely sugges-
tions. I hope they will be taken in
the spirit in which they are offered.
SUB-FRESHMAN.
FAMILY T E ATR'i
ALL NEXT WEEK
NELSON
Musical Comedy Company
12"-Clever People--12
Chorus of Pretty Girls
Exciting Motor Cycle
RACE
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
A Racing Romance
No Increase in Prices
Matinees
Wednesday and Saturday

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Scotch, English, and Ir
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En lish Styles

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DIRECTORS
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