THE MICH] NDAL
ONE OF TI
I MUSIC AND DRAMA I
Gadski's program tonight will be:
Dein Rath ist wohl gut. ...... Grieg
Midsummer Lullaby.... ..MacDowel].
Fruehlingslied.......... K. Schindler
Silent Years,.........-.E. Schneider
Loreley Jugendgluck......... Liszt
Nacht und Traumne Haiden
INER & C
Sign of the Big White S
i. ROEHM & CC
"s $xperience in the Manufacture of
Designers of ]
Class Plus and Rings
ounr Illustrated Catalogue, also Price i.
Piano Solo--Two Plerrot
Pieces ............... Cr
Murmeindes Luftschen. ....
Meine Liebe.. ...Alwin S Wiggers
Rose Time ........Hen Cy Hadley
Last Night I Heard the
Nightingale ........ Mary T. Salter
Maiden and Butterfly......D'Albert'
Love is the Wind .... Alex .3fcFayden
TAXES CAPACITY OF UNION.
. L.1A. POLICY IS
VPHELD BY FACULTY.
(Continued from page 1.)
"I consider the letter in the Daily
as a subtle bit of humor," said Werner
S. Allison, an officer of the S. L. A.
"However, the engagement of Burns is
perfectly consistent with our policy to
f lngle entertainment and instruction
in the lecture course."
MI1CHIGA.N BY EAST.
(Continued from page 1.)
comparative abilities of the East and
West through these two games. It is
unfortunate that Penn does not play
Yale, Harvard or Princeton, but the
Quakers do play Brown,. a common op-
ponent of Harvard and Yale. It's a
round-about method of getting at any-
thing, but a comparison of scores of
the Cornell-Michigan, Penn-Michigan,
Penn- Brown, Yale - Brown and
Cornell - Penn games may pro-
vide something for the football
rooters to "chew on." Cornell's game
at, Chicago, sandwiched in between
the Cornell-Michigan and Penn-Michi-
gan engagements, may also help the
students of comparative scores. This
battle does not rank with the classics
as the Penn-Michigan does,' but it
serves each year as an additiona]
r ;ans of lining up the representative'
elevens of the two section's.'
Cooley Confers with attorney G~eneral
Dean M. E. Cooley left town yester-
day afternoon for Lansing, where he
will aid State Attorney General Kuhn,
in connection with the Duluth and
South Shore Railway enjoinment. This
case will decide whether the upper"
peninsula railroads will have to re-
duce the ir rates to the two cent fare
standard. Prof. Cooley will be back
For a first class job of painting pa-
per hanging or decorating, see Major
& Co, tf
Mr. Norm an
NEW WHITNEY THEATRE
In Hlale Ermninie Rives' Story
Dramatized from the book by Kirk Alexander
IFrancees Sibley and Jane Muphijn
A Superb Dramatic Offering. Actf d by plaYer- of distinction.
Stag-ed in a Lavish Manner. The bocK play hit of the century.
Wednesday, October 25
Messrs. Stalir and Nicolal
Present the Popular Dramatic Actor
35c, 5o, 75c, $1.00 'and $1.50
Sea.t Sa le Monday, 10 A. M.
D MERCH-ANTS AND
pr Ave., East
lent. Supplies, Drugs,
Candies and Tobacco
406 Detroit St.
THOMAS ROWE , Prop.
Bell Phone 457
1Crowd of Seventy-Five AtWills Firs t
Seventy-five men, the largest num-
ber that can be packed into the main
dining room at the Union, arose last
night, when, according to the custom,
the toast to "the President of the Unit-
ed States," was pledged- by a freshman,
"Billy" Shafroth. The oc~casion was
the first Union membership dinner' of
Captain Inman Sealby presided.' as
toastmaster calling upon Dean Reed,
and President Matthew Blish for
speeches. Both responded in a fash-
ion which brought forth continued ap-
plause from the guests. Dean Reed's
talk was drawn from reminiscences
of his undergraduate days at Michigan.
The rest of the program~ consisted of
songs by Raymond Dykemna and Car-
lisle Ferguson. Fred Lawton's new
song "Varsity" was featured.
Monthly membership dinners of tit~s
type will occur throughout, the year.
The next will be given on Noveniber J
Tonight at the Bijou, special fea-j
ture, Varsity Song success, :"bear Old~
You known there are none better blnear y :+ r hiT
ins price. See the new snappy tall i~tyl s w $.. u c 4 50
and $5. oo.
I ALLMAND & FORSYTHE
Agents for the Royal Tailors 215 S. MAIN
Get on speaking terms with "Dear
Old Michigan," the biggest hit since
the Victors. At the Bijou tonight.
Sophi prepare for rush. .:All seconO
year men are getting their rubber-
Asi BdNss uoes for t e R s ~ I. W ai
.B21ullins, fors ? centsa a pair. . 101(
S. State St.
Oldest Bank in Michigan
AND SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
If not convenie'nt to call at the Bank
we will promptly mall information
on BANKING BY MAIL, on request.
Oieorge Ilendrie D. C.: Delameter
C. A. D3ean Phiip IH. rlcMillanl
E.A.Chapoton,M.D. Straihe urn Kendrie
Sidney T. MNiller. John M. Dwyer
Arthur M. Parker Paul F. Bagley>
Weisbach Gas Light
M Y ...IDEAL Study Light
100 Candle Power
3hadowlss Engineers Draughting Lamps
n n Arbor Gas Company
1 fg~of the room lies in its furniture: t's surpris-
i I Co fo artI. ng how far your money will go, in a store like
ours. Come In and let us show you.
ITURE, RUGS, CARPETS AND DRAPERIES
;e "afyll N.1 Davis & Konald's ,
er Broiler is a Wizard "Club Lunch"
Y. W. C. A. Classes Commence Sunday
The regular course of classes giv-
en by the Y. W. C. A. will begin next
Sunday at Newberry Hall. The sched-
ule of class is: Sunday at,9:15 "Com-
parative Religions," Mr. Tinker;g Sun-
day 9:30 "The Awakening of 'China,"
Dr. Headland; Monday 4-S "'The Chal-
lenge of the Country," Miss Buell, and
"The Challenge of the City,", Mrs.ilnd-
quist; Wednesday 4-5 "Ou Arabian
Sisters," Dr. French; Wedri.esday, 5-6
"India," Mrs Samuelson; arnd Thurs-
day 7-8 "South_ America," kiss King.
Walter Fishileigh Returns Here.
Walter Fishleigh, formerly instruct-
or of drawing, in the Engineering de-
partment arrived in Ann Arbor yes-
terday after a long trip waest.
Mr. Fishleigh is connected with .the
Packard Automobile Co. and recent Y
drove one of their motor trucks from
Omaha to San Francisco, in the New
York to Frisco truck endura~nce con-
c~shmentwo articles of Footwear you
__________ will need soon, are
o0usc, Slippers and Gy Shoes
the largest stock in town, of these articles of Footwear-THE VERY BEST MADE.
Slippers $1.50 to $4.00~per pair. Gym Shoes 85c to $2.00 per pair.,
WILL MAKE A MISTAKE IF YOU DO NOT COME TO US FOR THEM
Be sure and attend the Bijou to-
night and hear the Varsity song suc-
cess "Dear. Old Michigan" featured.
Strictly all wool suits to n-easure
$15.00. Hit guaranteed. Varsity Tail-
oring Parlors, 336 S. State. Roy P.
Get acquainted with "Dear Old Mich-
igan" to be especially featured at the
COR. LIBERTY AND MAIN STREETS
A most convenient place for your
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The first,_ number on the S. L. A.
Course will soon be here.
It will be'
but one of a° great series of Lectures
goes into a S. L. A. ticket. That, is-
tlhe u~ ay you must figure it from a
selfish view=point: After you real-
ize that it is to your advantage tok
buy a ticket
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-We lua,a lax-filestock
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For the BEST
Ph oto graphs5
G. C. MAEDEL