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MICHIGAN"'lIaLY

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$4.00

Varsity Reservesl
Garrels........I. ...... Hanlon
Conklin ......... L.T......... Shaw
Roblee. ........... L.G....Peterson
Bogle........... C............ Otis
Quinn.........RA i.......ayr
*Pontius .........RT. Quinn, McHale
Wells............E . ..McLaughlin
Picard-McMillanl. Q.B. ...... Madison
Torbet, iHerrington-
t~f#bet ........ L.H. ....... Bleich
Meek..........F.B. ...... Wyman
.. Carpel-Wenne.. .RH....Smith, H.

VUNIVgStTY NOTICES
TMA'e will be a meeting of the 1913
'Law~lass this afternoon in Room C at
4 o'clock. Officers for the ensuing
year will be nominated.
AW junior engineer football men
meet at Ferry Field at 3 o'clock this
afternoon.
Band rehearsals tonight at 7 P. M.,
at McMillan Hall. All those who were
at last Saturday's game, and especially
those notified, please report. E. 3.
Fischer, leader.
Senior law class meeting Friday at
4 in Room B. Nomination of officers.
All out.
191L3 engineers meet tonight at 7:15
in rom 311 Engineering building. Stu-
dent Council nominations.
All Soph lit football candidates out
too y at 3:30 at South Ferry field.
All '12 football men meet at South
Ferry field this afternoon at 3:30. Im-
por 8:nt.
Senior engineer' football practice to-
day a~t 4 o'clock. South Ferry field.
AFl out.
Members of the All-Fresh squad
mqtmake appointments today with
Dlr, May at the gym, to be examined
Saiurday morning, 9-12.
4Laws: Football practice Ferry
fLat 3: 15 p. m. All out. Acting
M fiager.

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NEW WHITNEY THEATRE.

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Late Corners not seateid promptly
Monday, October 16th
Atfter European Triumph
THE INTERNATIONAL COMEDIANS
Bailey & Austi
THE TOP 0' TH' WORLD
Production in Detail ats During its Solid
Year's Run at the Majestic and Casino
Theatres, New York.
The Big Original, No. I Company.
Seventy People. ; Augumented Orchestra.
THE FAMOUS ORIGINAL COLLIE BALLET
Most Talked of Feature ever known in Mlusical Comedy
4 O Ever Marching, Ever Smiling EverĀ®
Dancing, Fascinating Girls
The.Truly Big Event of the Season
Seat Sale 'Friday,1 Oct. 1139" 10 A. M.
Exclusive Agents for
THE ROYA L' TAILORS
Suits and Overcoats, $20 to $35
Guaranteed pure wool, every thread. $5 to $10 less than local tailors
and every garment must satisfy you in every respect or don't take it,
dont pay one cent. No money down. COME IN AND LOOK
OVER THE THREE HUNDRED 'FALL SAMPLES.
ALLMAN D &FORSYTHE
SHOES AND CLOTHING 215 S. MAIN,

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Facuilty Concert.
With the eoncert given last night by
the fa.culty of the University School
of Music Ihl ligh School hall, the 1911-
1912 musical season was auspiciously
opened. An unusually large audience,
nearly filing the auditorium, listened
appreciatively to a strong program
made up from the works- of Bach,
Schumann and Chopin.
Mr. Samuel Pierson Lockwood pre-.
sented as his part ofth~e p*t-am, the
E. mnajor Concerto of each. While the
first and third movements were inter-
esting and admirably executed, it waif
the Adagio that left the de i
pression. Melody per "ws te
note of the evening And. it con dhdve

V "COMPANY
RATERNITY JEWELERS

Varsity Tailoring Parlors, 336
Late St., Agency for Ed. Strauss
Ioue ~said.

S.
Co.
4t#

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songs we
ition. He
warmly age

The original :.;hamburger will open
soont and have a fresh lot of Hamrburg-
er's. Watch for them at 603 E. Lib-
;&ty. Orders of 40 cents or over will
be. delivered promptly as usual from
5 p. m~, until 2 a. m. Special atten-
tion td freshmen. Ca~me and get ac-
+ Ovsty Tailoring P~arlors 336 State.
Agency for Ed. Strauss Co. Enough
.said. 4tf;

Of.

Welsbach Gas Light
The
IDEAL Study Light
100 Candle Power
Engineers Draughting Lamps
or Gas Company,

songs in English is Increasing ateadi-
ly, and Mr. HowlandA is to be congrat-~
ujated in taking a psttion in the fare,
front of this movement, It is hoped
that in the futurio oe songs on these
programs will be given- l. our own4
language,
Sonatas. are usually thought of as
pedantic compositions which are to
be distinguished for -their lack of mel-
ody, except, possibly, in the "slow
movements." If anyone listened to Mr
Albert LOckwood's interpretation of
the Chopin Sonata in B minor last
, yenlng and still retains such a notion
his case is almost hopeless: All the
charming, poetry of content, exquisite
grace and elegance of style of the Pol-
ish composer were masterfully set
forth in this number.
A new line of Browns and no~by
Grey suitings Just arrived. M. W. Mil-
ward, 330 S.. State St..... 7tf
Be sulre and attend tne Special Red
Tag Piano Sale now going on, at Grin-
nell Bros. Music House, 124-122 E
Liberty St. A sensational ,piano
clearanc~e of Summer Resort Pianos.
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Polish your floors with Old English
'F'loor Wax. We have 'the genuine ar-
ticle. Major & Co., b th phones. Stf
~All the litMg Yppular song hits
s~b as Billy Alexander's Ragtime.
-Band, Mamy'I Angel : hild, All Alone
&nd' dozen others a- Ten Cents per
copy at Grinnell's Music House.
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COMMERCIAL
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
SOLICITED

If not convenient to call at the Bank
we will promptly mall information
on BANKIN{G BY MAIL, on request.

-S Bank in M1icigan
Establishaed 1849

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Headquarters for Gas,
Lamps and Alarm-' Clocksp
Street Hardware

Electric
At State
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' DIRECTORS
George liendrie D. C. Delamnater
SC. A. Dean Phillip Hi. flcMliIan
ER.A.Chapot on,M.D. trat hearn Hendrie
Sidney T. Miller John M. Dwyer
Arthur X. Parker Paul P. Bagley

BESIMEW' GRILL -Charcoal
Grilled Porterhouse Steaks, 113' W.
Huron St.. Upstairs, opposite Inter-
urban Station. 1-24 eod

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rIof the room lies in its furniture. It's, surpris'
rting hew far your money will go in a store like
ours. Come in and let us show you.
in Haller
CARPETS AND DRAPERIES

1915 (engineers will find all shop
tools at State, Street Hardware. eod tf
Shoe repairing,' laces- and polish for
sale. ,J. H. Lambert, 613 E. William. St.
3 eod. tf
LAWS!i;
!Kollauf cuts and makes clothes''for
the college men. Old post office build-
ing, Main and Ann streets. 3f
Candidates for Offce.
O 11 rdr your. election cards of Mc-
Nitt & Lewis,. 302 5. State.

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HENRY

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Designers of Men's Clothes, will give you the Latest Styles
in

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kIN STREETS
ace for your

TUTTL E &0CO'
IWE SERVE HOT LUNCHES
* Fine Line of
JLowacy's. and Haglcy's Chocolates

English Cuts

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Pianos to Rent.
Schaeberle & Son,'
S, Main St.

Terms
music

reasonable.
House, '110
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IHENRY &-CO. 7'11 N. UNIVERSITY

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men two
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articles; of Footwear
need soon, are

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Tear this out, fill it inani
mail tothe Michigan Dai

WSlippers -aud Gy-m Shoes
t stock in town, of these articles of Footwear-TH-E VERY BEST MADE.
rs $1.50 to $4.00 per pair. Gym Shoes 85c to $2.00 per pair.
A CE A MISTAKE IF YOU DO NOT COME TO US FOR THEM

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A. R. DILLEY, Business Manager
"Enter my name as a subscriber to THE MICHIGAN DAILY for the college
year 1911.1912. Price $2.50.i1 paid before Dec. 15 or $3.00 thereafter.

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