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October 25, 1911 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

OF THE LATEST STYLES
G LISH LAST
Invisible Eyelets
$4.00
$5.00
$6.00

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Big White Shoe"

STATE
STREET

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& COMPANY
.MICHIGAN
e Manufacture of Fraternity Jewelry
ners of1 Medesis
le Society Pipes
s and Rings Stationery
logue, also Price List of Badges.
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ND FRATERNITY JEWELERS
DETROIT, MICH.
Rowe's Laundry
406 Detroit St.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Meeting of the Cercle Francais to-
night at 7:30 in Cercle room, North
Wing, U. Hall.
Junior lit football practice at 3
o'clock today.
Posters for "The Awakened Reme-
ses" should be handed in at the Union
this afternoon betwen 4:30 and 5:30.
Meeting Gargoyle staff 4 p. m., Ann
Arbor Press building. All literary and
art men come.
The first Glee Club rehearsal of
the year will be held at 7:15 Thursday
night, in the Adelphi room, fourth
floor. University Hall. All eligibility
cards mUst be in before this rehears-
al.
All 1911 Engineers please hand their
names to A. O. Dicker, 723 S. Thayer
St. or H. P. Dix, 517 E. Ann St. Pleat
do this at once by post card.
Senior engineer football practice at
4 p. in. today.
Omega Phi will hold a social meet-
ing on Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock
in Barbour gymnasium.
There will be a meeting of all men
interested in the Progressive Republi-
can Movement at Neberry Hall at 7:15.
tonight.
Soph engineer football practice this
afternoon at 3:30.
Intercollegiate Socialist Society
meeting 8 o'clock, Unitarian church.
. Senior engineer election Saturday,
Oct. 28, room 311, New Engineering
Bldg., 8-12:15 a. m. All men whose'
credits are doubtful please bring clas-
sification slips.
WOMEN'S LEAGUE PLANS
TO HOLD CANDY SALES.
The opening meeting of the Women's
League will be held November 3 at 4
o'clock in the parlors of Barbour gym-
nasium. In accordance with custom
this affair will be strictly a social one
and all of the women of the universi-
ty are invited to attend it. President
Hutchins will address the meeting,
after which a general reception will
be held.
Two candy sales have been arranged
by the league in an attempt to raise
a little extra money. They will be
held on Saturday, November 4 and 18.
As these are the dates of the Syracuse
and Pennsylvania football games, it is
expected that the "sweetmeats" will
be in great demand. No place has as
yet been selected to hold the sales, but
it is probable that they will be given,
in University Hall. Winifred Mann
has been appointed to look after thea
first one and Monica Evans will have
charge of the second.

MUSIC AND DRAMA
Norman Hackett Tonight.
The engagement tonight of Mr. Nor-
man Hackett starring in "Satan San-
derson" will be one of the most impor-
tant bookings of the season at the New
Whitney. Mr. Hackett is one of the
most distinguished of dramatic act-
ors, albeit, he is the youngest of Amer-
ican actors who have achieved stellar
honors and has gained a notable rep-
utation during an active professional
career which he began in his early
youth. Mr. Hackett has supported
such well known stars as E. H. Soth-
ern, Miss Julia Marlowe, Frederick
Warde, Katherine Kidder and those
lamented players Madame Mojeska and
Louis James. In his new play, "Satan
Sanderson" (which by the way was
dramatized by Kirk Alexander, a col-
lege chum of Mr. Hackett's), he has
the most advanced and elaborate ve-
hicle he has yet undertaken. Mr.
Hackett's managers, Messrs. E.D.Stair
and George Nicholai, have given their
star a most lavish production and a
cast of well known-stage celebrities.

NEW
Whitney Theatre
Ssmturday , tOct..28
One Performance Only.-

WITIAE A. BRADY, i1td., Presents
The Funniest Play Ever
Written
Baby Min
BY MARGARET MAYO
One Solid Year in New
York
Six Months In Chicago
Now in its Second
Year In London
Prices:$1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c
Seat Sale Opens Thursday, October 26

Mr.Norilall
Hackett

NEW
WditneyTheatre
Wednesday, Oct. 25

Engagement Extraordinary, Messrs.
Stair and Nicolai Present ihe Popular
Dramatic Actor

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In Ilallie Ermimie Rives' Story
San n Sanderson
Dramatized from the book by Kirk
Alexander, Frances Sibley, and
Jane Murfin
A Superb Dramatic Offering. Acted
by players of dlistinction Staged in a
lavish manner. The book play hit of
the century.
Prices:35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50
Seat Sale Monday, io a. m.

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Matinee Day at the Majestic.

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AS ROWE Prop.
1i Phone 457

Today is a matinee day at the Majes-
tic theater and every woman and girl
attending the performance will re-
ceive Tree,. with the compliments of
the management, a dainty piece of
Rogers' genuine warranted silver-
ware. The custom of giving souven-
irs to the fair patrons of the Maynard
street vaudeville house will continue
during the entire season. Additional
interest is attached to the show this
week due to the fact that Alice Berry,
a diminutive little woman-happily
married and twenty-four years old-
is one of the star attractions. This
clever little artist is less than four
feet in height but a perfectly formed
mature woman. University girls
should remember that as the perform-
ances begin at 3 o'clock they have
ample time to attend afternoon classes
and by arriving at the theater as late
as 3:30 see practically the entire pro-
gram.

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You known there are none better but many are higher
in price. See the new snappy fall styles at $4.00, $4.50
and $5.00.

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oldest Bank in Michigan
Eslablirhed 1849
COMMERCIAL
AND SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
SOLICITED
If not'convenient to call at the Bank
we will promptly nail information
on BANKING BY MAIL, on request.
DIRECTORS
George HendrieD D. C. Delamater
C. A. Dean Phillip H. llcMilIan
E:A.Chapolon,M.D. Ftrai hearn Kendrie
Sidney T. "iller Jhn M. Dwyer
Arthur M. Parker Paul P. Bagley

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Vocal Historical Recital.

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, of the room lies in its furniture, It's surpris
Ing how far your money will go in a store like
.ours. Come in and let us show you.
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CARPETS AND DRAPERIES
2 Davis & Konold's
at, "Club Lunch" l
orders Delivered Phone 652J

WILL DECIDE FATE OF
POWER PLANT TODAY.
Whether the plans for the new pow-
er house can be brought within the ap-
propriation made by the last legisla-
ture last year and the projected build-
ing at last become a reality will be de-
cided by Dean M. E. Cooley in con-
ference with a committee of the re-
gents in Detroit today.
"Probably some alteration in the
plans and specifications will be nec-
essary," said Dean Cooley last night.
"We will try to determine what fea-

The first of a series of six historical
recitals will be given this afternoon
in High School Hall at 4:15 o'clock by
William Howland of the vocal depart-
ment of the University School of Mu-
sic. In November he will present
song-cycles of Beethoven and Brahms;
and in January, old and new settings
of Shakespeare's songs. Two violin-
sonata recitals will be given by Mrs.
G. B. Rhead and Samuel P. Lockwood
in November and January. Albert
Lockwood's historical piano recital is
scheduled for the middle of December.
Course tickets are on sale for $1.00.
Anti-Tuberculosis Society To Meet.

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Shoes

f The preliminary program of the
Fifth Annual Convention of the Michi-
gan Association for the Prevention and
Relief of Tuberculosis promises to be
a most interesting session. The con-
vention will be held in Memorial Hall
on Friday, November 3rd. Speakers
from all parts of Michigan have been
secured to take part.
T UTTL E &CO. .
WE SERVE HOT LUNCHES
'Fne Lineof
Lowney's and Hagley's Chocolates

In all America there is ro strorg r man upon the platform
than Mr. La Fjllet'e. He has spoken upon Representative
Government hundreds of times. Again and again he has ad-
dres;ed the same audiences upon the san'e subject. The prin-
ciples are as old as the struggle for liberty. The reasoning is
the same. But the address is always fresh lwiih the vital factsof
the present hour and full of human interest, which centers about
the inen who are in the thick of the great fight for government
by the people.

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friend
The best place in town for
Dinners, Lnnches or Refresh-
ments. Combines seclusion with
culinary prefection. Rest room
in connection. Service a la carte,
Open from 8 A. M. to 5 P. M.,-
on Saturdays tiil 9 P. M.
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