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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MUSIC AND DRAMA

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e absolute satisfaction or
any time during school

Parker's, Moore's

Conklin's

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Pillows

Faculty Concert.
Owing to a slight indisposition,
Fraulein Born, who was to have made
her initial appearance at the first Fac-
ulty Concert of the year which will be
given in High School Hall tonight,
will be u:aable to take part. However,
the Ann Arbor public will have an
opportunity of hearing her at some
concert in the near future. The ap-
pended numbers will be presented:
Concerto, No. 2, E major ......Bach
Allegro; Adagio; Allegro assai
Samuel Pierson Lockwood
(Accompaniment by Mrs. Geo.
B. Rhead.)
Widmung
Ich grolle nicht
Fruhlingsnacht
Wenn ich in deine Augen seh
Die beiden Grenadiere
........................ Schumann
William Howland
Sonata, B minor, op. 58.......Chopin
Allegro maestoso; ' Scherzo (molto
vivace);
Largo; Presto non tanto.
Albert Lockwood.
Mrs. E. S. Sherrill, accompanist.

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CLASSIFIED ADS.
Advertising matter for this
classified column must always
be paid for in advance, and may
be left at the DAILY office op.
posite the Majestic between the
hours of 12 noon and 10 p. m.,
or at Quarry's Drug Store, N.
University and State, at any
time up to 9:30 p. m.
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Found-Delta Sigma Pin. Owner may
have' same by calling at Daily office
and paying for this ad. 8

Subscriptions for The Michigan
Daily may be left at the office on May-
nard street, opposite the Majestic or at
the following stores: J. L. Skinner,
Geo. Wahr, Sheehan & Co., Cushing,
F. J. Schleede. and L. C. Schleede.
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"The Top 0' Th' World.
"The Top 0' Th' World is still strik-
ing the high altitudes in popularity
and attendance this season. With
Bailey and Austin and a supporting
company of seventy people it will be
the attraction at the New Whitney,
Monday, October 16. There is never
a moment during the performance
when the audience with lagging in-
terest turn from the stage to read par-
agraphs in their programs, for the
play is so full of novel effects, and
laughs with the element of surprise
in them, that interest is constantly
directed to something new. It is so
marvelously well cast that the per-
formance is well nigh flawless. This
season a score of brand new tricks,
all originated by Bailey and Austin,
are introduced, making "The, Top 0'
Th' World" a rarer combination of
musical comedy, farce, extravaganza,
pantomime and spectacle than ever
before. The famous Collie Ballet still
remains a big feature.
Majestic Theater.
There will be the usual change of
program at the Majestic theater to-
night and incidentally Manager Lane
has issued a statement to the effect
that the new show will be one of the
best of the season. The feature acts:
will be the Three Melvin Brothers and
Vera Berliner. The Melvin Brothers
are a recent importation from London
music halls and they do a number of
the most original and startling ath-
letic feats that have ever been seen
here. Vera Berliner is a German girl
who is making her first American
tour as a violinist. Miss Berliner is
a noted musician and her act promis-
es to create a sensation tonight. The
chief funmaker of the bill will be the
famous Billy Window, well known for
many years as a minstrel star, having
appeared with Primrose, Haverly and
Dockstader. The rest of the show and
the photoplays will be above the or-
dinary.

For Sale-$65 Ansco Camera 3 1-2 x
5 1-2, complete with $7.00 plate at-
tachment and tank developer, for
$30.00. Inquire top suite, 327 S. Di-
vision. 8 & 9
For Sale-A high grade mandolin with
new leather case. 1020 S. Universi-
ty, phone 904-J. 5-6-7-8
Wanted-Roommate: I have suite of
two rooms, fine location, all conven-
iences, 1 block from campus, $2.00
per week each. Address W. C. P.,
Care Michigan Daily. 7 & 8
Wanted-Roommate: I have single
room in new house, all conveniences,
one block from campus. Ideal loca-
tion. $1.00 per week each. Call
Dowd, 1483-Bell. 7 & 8
Wanted-Young Lady to represent us
at the University of Michigan. Ap-
ply either direct to us ore care of the
Michigan Daily. .S. LIEBERMANN
& Co., Tailor Made Dresses, 507 W.
Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, IlL.
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Wanted Experienced student solici-
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pons for photograph work. Good
pay. White Studio 8-9-10
For Rent-Two elegant suites. All
modern conveniences. 325 E. Jeffer-
son St. 7-8-9-10
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For Rent-Large single room with all
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Mlichigan Ce
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Arbor onseach Friday and 5i
Return limit to leave De
night of the following Sun
sale.

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Subscriptions for The Michigan
Daily may be left at the office on May-
nard street, opposite the Majestic or at
the following stores: J. L. Skinner,
Geo. Wahr, Sheehan & Co., Cushing,
F. J. Schleede. and L. C. Schleede.
Subscriptions for The Michigan
Daily may be left at the office on May-
nard street, opposite the Majestic or at
the following stores: J. L. Skinner,
Geo. Wahr, Sheehan & Co., Cushing,
-F. J. Schleede. and L. C. Schleede.

Thursday
Friday .
Saturday

AURTUR LANE.

POSITIVE STATEMENTI
This Show is the Best of Season and will De
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The Acme of Daring-FAMOUS DA

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It pays you to come down town to make your purchases.

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EXTRA ADDED FEATURE
MISS VERA BERLIN
The Greatest of Violinists-A Revelation to Music Lovers
FIRST AMERICAN TOUR

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