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October 21, 1911 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1911-10-21

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

u . ,

the Tailor

HAS MOVF;D TO

t Liberty Street
ard, in the New Malcolm Block

ready to get out yoyr order at onco,
and reserve a Suit or Overcoat.

ALL SIZES OF
OND RINGS.,-'
Constantly on Hand
from $27 upward-3/ ct. Tiffany Rings
Other sizes proportionately cheap.

ONDENCU INVITED
.4 U
ETROIT

ERS AND
odward 'Ave

STAT IONZ-S

ARS CIROPODY Corns, bunions, ingrowin
m r i nails.treated and cured.
IPLS Everything absolutely an-
tiseptic. Office hours. 9-12 a.m. 1-5 and 7-8 p m
MISS. E . FOLEY
921 E. Huron Street, End North 12th
,Cyo 2 Bic cks East of High School - Phone 8894.

GADSKI, SETS A HGH
MARK FOR CONCERTS
Big Audience Hears End of
Last Night's Program With
Open Reluctance
INTERPRETATION WAS ORIGINAL.
University Hall was filled with echo
last evening when, her voice rising
superbly on the joyous surge of Mrs
Beach's "The Year's at the Spring,"
Madame Gadski ended her recital. And
the huge audience filed out, reluctant
and enthusiastic, after a rarely per-
fect exhibition of vocal art. The Chor-
al Union has begun its series on a
plane which it will be difficult to
maintain.
It would be superfluous to enter
into a detailed discussion of the voice
and technique of the famed soprano.
Pure, fluid, exquisitely intoned, her
voice is a vehicle for a fine, subtle, and
truly characteristic mode of interpre-
tation. It has the perfect singing qual-
ity: it floats on the melody of a song
so delicately that voice and melody
become one. Schubert, Schumann
and Brahms-she sings them ideally.
The "Erlkonig," which she has made
her own, was given as an encore.
Mr. Schneider played the accompani-
ments with beautiful tone and much
sympathy.
Election cards printed at Ann Arbor
Press. 16-17-18
CAMPUS AT MERCY
OF POLITICAL BEE.
(Continued from page 1.)
Soph Lits-President, Guy Wool-
folk, Owen Winters; Vice President,
Margaret Irving, Margaret Melvin,
Jeanette Higgins, May Teeple; Treas-
urer, Glenn Munn, Joseph Welch; Sec-
retary, Golda Ginzbury, Mary True,
Beatrice Meriam;Track Manager,Phil-
ip Jansen, Ralph Congor; Basketball
Manager (boys), George Carron; Bas-
ketball Manager (girls) Bessie Smirth-
waite; Baseball Manager, L. L. Cline;
Football Manager, sLester Rosen
baum, Charles Wattles.
Fresh Pharmics-President, C. A.
Oniveller, G. A. Bergy, A. W. Hyde;
Vice President, Miss Persons, Mr.
Green, Mr. Mason; Secretary, Curtis,
Radcliffe Treasurer, McNabb, Wilkin-
son, Filbert; Athletic Manager, Fields,
Morse; Sergeant-at-Arms, Bastion,
Rogers.
The election in the sophomore med-
ic class resulted as follows:
President, H. D. Barss; Vice Presi-
dent, Miss Clara Sargeant; Secretary,
Miss Kathalyn Vorhis; Treasurer,
J. R. Lisa; Basketball Manager, J.
Luvan;Baseball Manager, Roy Bari-
beau; Track Manager, G. W. Scupham.
F. T. Munson will fill the vacancy
on the honor committee.
Election cards printed at Ann Arbor
Press. 16-17-18
Strictly all wool suits to measure
$15.00. Fit guaranteed. Varsity Tail-
oring Parlors, 336 S. State. Roy P.
Henry. 4tf

BRAND NEW FLAG STAFF IS
ERECTED TO FLOAT BANNER
The old flag pole which for the past
thirteen years has done duty in front
of the library has at last been replac-
ed. The old staff was dismantled last
month and ninety feet of brand new
pole has been substituted. This pole,
together with the sixty feet of steel
base rises 150 feet above the ground
and four feet from the top is sixteen
inches in diameter.
The new pole was erected yesterday
and by today, will be ready to float its
banner.
Election cards printed at Ann Arbor
Press. 16-17-18
ENGINEERING SOCIETY WILL
HOLD OPEN SMOKER TONIGHT
The Engineering Society will hold
open house this evening in its rooms
in the Engineering building for the
first smoker of the year.
Dean Cooley, Professor Johnson,
Professor De Muralt, Mr. Hopkins, and
Edward Wilgus are among those who
iwll respond to toasts. Several novel
musical features have been arranged
by the entertainment committee. There
will be no admission charged.
Clements Was Here Thursday.
Regent W. L. Clements, of Bay City,
was in the city Thursday on univer-
sity business.
Election cards printed at Ann Arbor
Press. 16-17-18
PROFESSOR FLORER TO SPEAK
ABOUT PRE-LUTHERAN BIBLE.
Assistant Professor W. W. Florer
will deliver an address Sunday noon
at the Methodist church on the Pre-
Lutheran Bible. Dr. Florer has made
an exhaustive study of Luther's trans-
lation as well as of the pre-reforma-
tion Bibles, and recently in company
with Mr. . E. FFu~elber, made a vis-
it to Notre Dame to investigate a pre-
Lutheran Bible in the library there;
it is the second volume of a German
translation published in 1483, seven
months before the birth of Luthr.
This was the first German edition to
be embellished by artistic printing and
rich illustrations, and came from the
press of Anthony Koburger at Nu-
remberg. The results of Dr. Florer's
researches will be given in his talk,
Sunday, on the earliest German trans-
lations.
Columbia University leads the coun-
try in attendance, now having 7,992
persons registered.
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NEW WHITNEY THEATRE I

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In Halle Erminie Rives' Story

Satan- Sanderaonm
Dramatized from the book by Kirk Alexand r
Frances Sibley an Jane Murfin
A Superb Dramatic Offeringy. c et d h pl N i 1, '
Staged in a Lavish Man tr. TI 1t 1. 1, . i} u

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Prices:

35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 ard $1.50
Seat Salo n a?,OA. A.

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The SW('etest S.y .E cr .
LIGGETT S ChOCOLATES

B ma

Wednesday, October 25
njag...,t Etxtraordinary
Messrs. Stair and Nioolal
Present the Popular Dramatic Actor
Mr.- Normxan

Fine t Quality Candits- Gua abute d I eti -tC. iCa i h i
L.iggett's, Lowney's, Cuti's, We b- r', Fer w ay
THE BROWN DRUG STORE
E. C.D LL, Pr p
S. Main St. The Rexall Store Pre cription $pecia

ft
35:

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Buy your ALARM CLOCKS
at
Chapman's Jewelry Store
205 South Main Street
Get your tickets now. 3 for $1 for
hiampoo, facial and scalp massage.
ust fog one week beginning Monday.

HENRY & C4
Designers of Men's Clothes, will give you the L
in

English Cuts

R. J. Trojanowski,
versity.

1110 South
11-14

HENRY & CO. 711 N U

A new line of Browns
- Grey suitings just arrived.
ward, 330 S. State St..

and nobby
M. W. Mil-
- 7tf

We Were Right

Pianos to Rent. Terms reasonable.
Schaeberle & Son, Music House, 110
S. Main St. tf
Rosenberg drycleans sweaters. 12tf
Three Indian Motorcycles, slightly
shopworn, never used, for sale cheap.
Staebler and Sons, 119 W. Washington
St. 13 to 18

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full
the

Rosenberg dryclean suits.

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Special prices on Mayflower, Wash-
burn, Bacon and other leading makes
of mandolins and guitars at Grinnell's
Music House. 14tf

Is

Manager

Rosenberg calls and delivers.

12tf

Davis & Konald's

The Bigfgesi Scoop
S. L.A. Heys Had in

'

r is a Wizard
Witch?"

"Club Lunch"
Orders Delivered Phone 6521

Michigan Daily liners bring
Try one.

results.I

Sunday Excursion
via
MICHIGAN CENTRAL
October 22, 1911
Returning Same Day

Yea'rs

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PEIRJO'R

TO

Faculty, students ord

DETROIT 60c

Trains leave 6:57 a. m., and 9:30 a. m. Tickets
accepted in coaches only. Baggage will not
be checked on these tickets.

people are all talking
The press ( 4 -i s te is work-

PERFECT UNION SUIT

with the Underwear that fits right and
clothes will feel right-from your shoe
your necktie.
or slender-short or tall, we can fit you
We can show you a large line of yarns,
)n and wool, and feel assured of your com-
sfaction in the event of your purchase of
LOR UNION SUIT.

in1g over=time.

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Incidentally,

Michigan State Sunday
School Association

More

Tickets are Being

For the

C Sonlin & F1icgc
200=202 South Main Street

Sold Than

Ever

Before

Tickets on sale October 31 and November x,
ig1i; returning to reach original starting point
not later than midnight of November 4, 1911.

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