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CHIROPOY Corns, bunonts, ingrowing
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tiseptic. Office hours. 9-12 a.m. 1-5 and 7-8 p m
MISS. E. J. F'OLEY
921 E. Huron Street, End North 12th
2 Blocks East of High School - Phone 980-J
Buy your ALARM CLOCKS
at
Chapman's Jewelry Store
206 South Maim Street

Maude Adams in Canteler.
Charles Frohman will present Ed-
mond Rostand's poetic drama, "Cha-
tecler," at the New Whitney Theatre,
Tuesday, October 17. The title role
in this, the most celebrated drama of
the times, will be interpreted by Maude
Adams.
Few, if any, of the plays written
during the memory of man have re-
ceived as much attention or were
awaited with so much suspense as
was "Chantecler." Its opening night
in Paris was the most memorable one
in the history of the theatre in France.
The interest manifested in the drama
in this country is less of curiosity
than it was in France and has been of
proportions that have increased rath-
er than decreased since the work has
been viewed, judged and found rich
in literary and poetic qualities.
"Chantecler" is accepted as the
greatest dramatic novelty of recent
years. A prelude delivered by Miss
Adams herself before the curtain ris-
es on the work so kindles the imagi-
nation that one views the scenes that
follow as through a strong glass. The
tremendous success scored by the
drama is due neither to its novelty
and picturesqueness nor to its massive
scenes, each of which is strong enough
in itself to win favor for a less pre-
tentious work, but to its intrinsicmval-
ues as a play that carries its mes-
sage in flowing English and charming
verification.
"The Fortune Hunter-"
"The Fortune Hunter" is one of the
most charming comedies presented in
recent seasons. It has a charm, an
individuality all its own, and as pre-
sented by Cohan and Harris' excellent
company, has received criticisms of
approval on all sides. Rarely has a
more coherent story than "The For-
tune Hunter" been told on the dramat-
ic stage. It is clean and sweet and
filled to the brim with wholesome
laughter, and it teaches a moral that
sends an audience home with a feel-
ing of love for their neighbors and the
world in general. The play will be
presented at the New Whitney Thea-
tre on Wednesday, Oct. 18.
Buy your raza at Kiins' State
Street Hardware Store. Gillette, End-
ers, auto strop, Gem Juniors, Ever
Ready, etc. 12-13-14.
All the Latest Song hits at Ten Cents.
Grinnell Brothers have given the
people o fthis city and all others the
opportunity to get music at the univer-
sal rate of ten cents per copy and now
is your chance to save money on your
music bills. All strings and supplies
are imported and are fresh and more
durable. Special prices on Mandolins
and Guitars. 12tf
Choral Union Seat Reservations.
Seats for the five pre-festival con-
certs on the Choral Union series may
be reserved today at the School of
Music by returning the $3.00 ticket
and paying fifty,cents additional. A
large number of patrons have already
made reservations, including members
of the chorus. There are, however,
many good seats still unreserved.

WILL NOT RETURN TO SCHOOL.
Tennis Captain's Decision Makes
Necessary Another Election.
Percy J. Donovan, captain elect of
the varsity tennis team, has decided
not to return to school and has ac-
cepted a position with his father in
Detroit.
This necessitates the election of a
new captain and as none of last year's
tennis team 'are in school no choice
can be made until spring, when the
new' team is selected.
Until that time, Director Bartelme
has appointed Benjamin F. H. Thor-
ward to take charge of all varsity ten-
nis matters. Thorward is well known
in tennis circles here, having been
runner-up in the varsity tryouts for
two years, winner of the Michigan Un-
ion championship cup in 1910, and
manager of the Union tournament last
year.
If good weather continues Thorward
will hold regular try-outs this fall
in order to get a line on the materi-
al before spring practice begins. In
view of this, he has called a meeting of
all who expect to be candidates for the
team, to be held in the trophy room to-
night at 7 o'clock.
Change Made in Committee Head.
The committee on non-athletic or-
ganizations held its first meeting of
the year yesterday afternoon. Routine
fbusiness preparatory to the year's
work was transacted. Prof. J. R. Ef-
finger has been appointed chairman
of the committee. to take the place of
Prof. A. H. Lloyd, who is in Europe
this year.
STL[DENTS CALLED HOME
BY FATHERS' SUDDEN DEATHS.
Harold B. Lawrence, '12 E, and John-
B. Jewell, '13 E, were called home
Sunday by the deaths of their fathers.
Austin E. Lawrence, a prominent and
well known business man of Decatur,
Ill., died after but two days illness
from lockjaw, caused by injuries re-
ceived while cranking an automobile.
Wm. F. Jewell, owner of the Detroit
Business University, well known in
Detroit, died last Sunday from in-
juries received when run over by an
auto-truck.
It is doubtful if either student will
resume his work here, at least this
year.

Massive Production
The Fortune
Hunter
By Winchill Smith
Seat Sale Monday a. m.
Prices: 35c to $1.50_

NEW
WhitneyTheatre
Wednesday Oct. 18

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WallingIord
Founded on the
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Enre Preduction as seemdin
New York and Chicago
Seat Sale Tuesday, Oct. 17, 10 A. M.
Prices: 35 to $1.50

NEW
Wilhitney Theatre
Thxzrsday. Oct. 19
Cohan & Harris

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If you want STATIONERY, POUNTAIN
PENS, "ENGINEER'S SUPPLIES, Etc., go
to headquarters for Student's Supplies
The Student Suppy Store
GILBERT & MORSE CANDIES,
Forestry Club Will Meet Wednesday.
The first meeting of the season of
the Forestry Club will be held Wed-
nesday eveningwat 7 o'clock in room
401 N. W. Prof. Roth will speak. His
talk will be of especial interest to
freshmen foresters. A business meet-
ing will also be held.

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Mrs. Patton Leaves for New Mexico.
Mrs. Samuel D. Patton, formerly
Miss Opal Trot, '11, departed yesterday
afternoon for her future home at Ele-
phant Butte, New Mexico, where her
husband is employed in the construc-
tion of a new government dam.

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