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THE MIC

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MUSIC AND

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Try-outs for positions in the Uni-
versity Symphony Orchestra will be
held Wednesday evening at the School
of Music from 7:00 to 9:00 o'clock.]
Candidates are requested to bring their
own instruments and some music with
which they are familiar. Sight read-
ing is not of primary importance. Reg-
ular rehearsals are held Sunday af-
ternoons, and the orchestra makes two
public appearances each semester.
There are no restrictions as to eligi-
bility. Any one may be a member,
providing that he is able to satisfy
the director, Samuel Pierson Lock-
wood, that he has sufficient technical
ability and enough musicianship to
assist in the organization up to the
high standard that has been set in

UNIVERSFTY NOTICES
The Women's Athletic Association
will give a dance at Barbour gym
Saturday evening. All university
women are invited.
Cross country squad will leave gym
today at 4:20. All men out.
All '12 football men meet at south
Ferry field this afternoon 3 o'clock.
Soph lit football candidates' meeting
in W. Hall 4:15 Tuesday afternoon.
Eleet temporary manager.
Candidates for the Lyceum club re-
port at once to Prof. Trueblood or Mr.
Hollister.

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NEW WHITNEY THEATRE

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Tuesday, Oct. 17,

Charles Frohman presents

Maud

ERS

The principal object of the orches-
tra is much the same as- that of the
Choral Union. By frequent rehear-
sals and public performances, the
members are made familiar with the
great symphonies, overtures, tone po-
ems, etc., that would otherwise re-
main a "closed book" to them.
Xaude Adam s.
Charles Frohman will present
Maude Adams in Edmond Rostand's
poetic drama, "Chanticler," at the
Whitney Theater, Tuesday, Oct. 17.
Rostand's play is the most celebrated
work and the greatest novelty now
asking the attention of theatregoers.
Miss Adams will, of course, be seen
as Chantecler. The production will
be identical with the one made by
Mr. Frohman at the Knickerbocker
Theatre in New York, where the drama
ran for the greater part of last seas-
on.

University band will hold second
tryout Tuesday night at 8:00 o'clock.
Cornet, bass, and baritones are urged
to try.
Candidates for senior law football
team please report at South Ferry
field this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
All candidates for the soph lit foot-
ball team report for practice, south
Ferry field at 3 p. m.
Candidates for junior engineer foot-
ball team meet today at five.

In Edmond Rostand's drvma
adapted by Louis N. Parker

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Buy your ALARM CLOCKS
at
Chapman's Jewelry Store
206 South Main Street .

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much time, trouble and an-
noyance this simple little
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year's time. It is to be found
only on
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"Chantecler was first staged in Paris
on Feb. 7th, 1910. ' Its advent had
been long awaited by the French
critics and the public, and the fact
that it more than came up to the gen-
eral expectation of merit speaks well
for the poetic ability of the author of
"La Samarataine," "Cyrano de Berge-
rac," and "L'Aiglon." The play is hail-
ed as the greatest poetic drama of
modern times.
Rostand's fantastic allegory is un-
folded amid Brobdingnarian surround-
ings and purely from the spectacular
standpoint is one of the most beautiful,
colorful and picturesque productions
that has ever been given to the stage
in this country. It contains all of the
elements of the unusual, having for
its characters the birds, fowls and an-
imals of the barnyard, man being
wholly absent, and posses'ses charms
for the eye, the ear and the under-
standing. It's feathered characters
are all symbolic of men and women
of the times and the message treats of
the grandeur and nobility of work..
The costumes are particularly beauti-
ful and the production is said to have
cost Mr. Frohman over one hundred
thousand dollars.
Miss Adams' success in the drama7
is pronounced and in the role 'of the
Cock filled with unbounded faith in
his work and the belief that he com-
mands the sun to rise each morning
she is certain to add to her legions of
admirers.l

from "A to Z." He started as an acro-
bat when very young and was with the
Zeno troupe. The show, he was play-
ing with, went broke and "Zeno" lost
his salary because salaries were paid
in alphabetical order.
Then he chose the name of Ajax,
promising himself that he would- get
first chance at the salary list. Later
he took his present cognomen. Since
that time Nazarro has had a wide ex-
perience in the acrobatic profession
,with the leading tent shows before
entering vaudeville.'
Be sure and attend tne Special Red
Tag Piano Sale now going. on at Grin-
nell Bros. Music House, 120-122 E
Liberty St. A sensational piano
clearance- of Summer Resort Pianos.
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"When ]Lovely 'Fresh' Stoops to Folly"
A fresh law, with a jug of'cider, was
waylaid on Thompson street last night.
The cider was not "among those pres-
ent" in the roundup.
The Student Lecture Association
will have one person in each fraterni-
ty and sorority to sell tickets which
inay be had of the Treasurer in U.
Hall daily at 4 p. m.
6.

122S. Main St. The Rexall Store Prescriohi6n Sr~,4~1
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Finest Quality Candies-Guaranteed Perftct Cc ndition
Liggettts, Lowney's, Guth's, Weber's, Fer way
THE BROWN DRUG STORE
E. C. EDa iLL, Prop.

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Seat Sale, Saturday Oct, 14, 10 a. m.
"The Sweetest &tory l+:Eer Told"
LIGG"ETT SCHOCOLATES

Dean Cooley, Gone to Atlantic City.
Dean Cooley, of the Engineering
Department left yesterday for Atlan-
tic City, where he will read a paper
before the American Electric Railway
Association. He will stop at Wash-
ington, D. C., on his way back, and
will return the first of next week.
New Book Published by Rhetoric Profs
A new book has been published by
Assistant Professors Rankin and
Brum of the rhetoric department. It
is entitled "Materials for the Study of
Rhetoric and Composition," and is for
the use of students in courses 3 and.
4 in that department.
All the latest Popular song hits
such as. Billy Alexander's Ragtime
Band; Mamy's Angel Child, All Alone
and a dozen others at Ten Cents per
copy at Grinnell's Music House.
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.Commissaons

paid to

S. L. A. TICKET SELLERS

L. A. TICKET SELLERS'
i. Hall, Office Hours---Daily at 4:00

M1Vet the Treasurer of the

Assoc!atic n

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For a first-class job of painting, pa-
per hanging or decorating, see Major
&'Co.
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Ready to Erect New Flag Pole.
The new flag pole on the campus is
now ready . to be placed in position.
This is a difficult task and an absolute-
ly still day is necessary for its accom-
plishment. The iron portion is about
sixty feet- high and the wooden part
about ninety feet, making a total of
one hundred and fifty feet. To place
the upper part it is necessary to raise
it in sections and make the splice in
mid air. This being accomplished, the
whole is pushed straight upward, and
clamped nito place by iron bands.
Polish your floors with Old Eng-
lish Floor Wax. We have the genu-
ine article. Major & Co. Both 'Phon-
es.

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classy line of Men's Caps, Neck-
wear, Hosiery, Ruincc ats, The.
IT'S A PLEASURE :O S OW
GOODS
Call and become acquainted at
1107 S. University
Avenue
E. J. Lohr, Manager
If you want STATIONERY, FOUNTAIN
PENS, ENGINEER'S SUi PLIES, Etc., go
to headquarters for Student's Supplies
The Student Suppy Store
GILBERT & MORSE CANDIES

romi
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The course formerly given by Prof.
Hudson in history will be conducted
by Prof. R. Turner, late of Bryn Mawr.
Prof. Herbert R. Cross, head of the
newly formed department of fine arts,
was given the official title of Assist-
ant Professor of Fine Arts, and Cura-
tor of the Art Gallery, in Memorial
Hall.

At

HALLER' S
216 SOUTH MAIN
STREET

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