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October 26, 1911 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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HAS MOVED TO

Liberty Street
d, in the New Malcolm block

ly to iet otut yovne order at once,
resre a 8 uIt or- Overcoat.

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LL SIZES OF
N D RING
stantly on Hand

from $ 7 upw.ard- 3 et. Tiffany Rings
Other sizes propoiti nattly cheap.

NCE I NVITEiD

STATIONERS

SLES AND
Woodward Ave

Laundry
606 E. Liberty Street
RY COam.

MUSIC AND DRAMA
"Baby Mine."
"Baby Mine," the success of two
continents, will have its first local
presentation at the New Whitney The-
atre Saturday, October 28, under the
direction of William A. Brady Ltd.
Laughter holding both its sides but ill
expresses the condition of an audi-
ence witnessing "Baby Mine." A
young wife, in order to win back the
affection of her husband, is persuaded
by her friends to adopt heroic meas-
ures to bring about the return of the
wanderer. Then ensues a series of
absurd mistakes and complications,
which makes the audience roar with
delight. Go to. the New Whitney The-
ater and see how Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
Jinks, aided and abetted by the young
wife, accomplish the return of her
husband, and if you simply don't
scream at the spectacle consult a doc-
£or. "Baby Mine" cannot be dealt with
adequately in cold print, it is too fun-
2y.
Wild West at the MaJee.
Tonight the long expected and much
exploited Wild West Show comes to
the Majestic theater and if the advance
predictions. can be relied upon this
will undoubtedly be the climax of the
local vaudeville season and inciden-
taly be one of the greatest sensation-
al surprises ever presented by the
management.
All of the stunts so familiar in the
open air exhibitions of Buffalo Bill,
Pawnee Bill and others will be repro-
duced on the stage of the Majestic to-
night and the numerous cowboys,
girls, ponies, bucking bronchos and
horses will cause a few thrills to run
over the Majestic crowd. The balance
of the new show will include Mason
and Claire, a "sister" act; The Trav-
atoire Trio, wandering .street musi-
cians; Provol, a clever mimic and the
usual exclusive Photoplays. This af-
ternoon at four o'clock the wild west
aggregation will give a free exhibition
on the streets in front of the Majestic
theater. Saturday afternoon everyone
who attends the matinee will receive
free a false face in honor of Hallow-
e'en.
Vocal Lecture Recital.
The series of Historical Lecture Re-
citals by members of the School of
Music faculty was started on its course
yesterday afternoon when William
Howland, head of the vocal department
gave a recital illustrating the devel-
opment of the Oratorio from Bach to
Elgar. Each of the numbers had a
special significance. The Bach num-
ber displayed this composer's use of.
contrapuntal treatment, the Haendel
Aria the florid treatment, the Mendels-
sohn and Gounod selections the more
dramatic element, and the scene from
Elgar's"Caractacus"the modern type of
music as it appears in this more state-
ly and reserved form of work. Earl
Moore, '12, was at the piano.
The next musical event will be the
Faculty concert on November 2, and
Cutting Cafe
Cor. State aid Monroe
Block from Campus
Mrs. C. A. RANSON

on November 8 Mr. Samuel Lockwood
and Mrs. George B. Rhead will give a.
joint Violin-Sonata Recital.

Soph engineer football practice
3:30.

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WILLIAM A. BRADK, Ltd., Presents

Adelphi meeting Friday night.
Fresh lit election Saturday morning
9-12, in room 101, University hall.
All the men and women of the uni-
versity are invited to the annual joint
social of the Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C.
A. at Newberry hall Friday evening.
Special invitations will be sent only
to freshmen.
Junior lit football practice, 3:15
today.
Senior engineer class meeting at 5
today, 311 new engineering building.
Soph medic class meeting Friday at
11 in P. Chem. Lecture room. Elec-
tion of officers.
Meeting of Cornhusker Club at 332
S. Division, Friday, 7:30 p. m. All new
Nebraska men especially welcome.
INJURIES MAR VICTORY OF THE
REGULARS.
(Continued from page 1.)
went for a gain. There is something
the matter though with the point a.
the Michigan offense this fall. It wat
noticeable in the O. S. U. game tha
every one ot the visitors that brok(
through the line when this play was
signalled were looking backwards foi
the ball, and the hurler had a chance
to throw it to which ever one was no,
covered up. On the other hand whet,
the Wolverines tried the stunt only
one man looked back and it made i.
easy to spot him.
Bogle Made the First Two Scores.
Bogle booted the oval high and tru
between the posts on two different oc.
casions after Carpel had made fre.
catches on the 28 and 31 yard lines
After the kickoff Craig and Carpe
tore off substantial gains and then
McMillan squirmed through right
guard for a touchdown. Craig made
the third touchdown following several
brilliant runs by the backs.
McMillan Hurt and Picard Goes In.
McMillan was hurt returning the
ball on the kickoff and Picard took
his place. Carpel went over for the'
last score of the day after Paterson
had intercepted a forward pass.
The coach then sent the men through
a long signal drill and all of the reg-
ulars were in except Wells, Pontius,
and McMillan. The Vanderbilt game
promises to be the hardest one of the
year on Ferry field with the possible
exception of the Penn contest and
Yost is not taking any chances on the
Commodores catching his men una-
wares if he can help it.

The Funniest Play Ever Written

Baby

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NEW WHITNEY THEATRE

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By MARGARfT MAYO

One Solid ':ear in New York
Six Months In Chicago
Now in its Second Year in London

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Prices:

25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50
Seat Sale Opens Thursday, October 28

UNIVERSITY NOTICES

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WE MAKE A SPECIALTY
of everything in high class Drugs, Pharmaceutical,, Toilet
Articles and Bath Roem Supplies. Headquarters fcr Theat-
rical Makeups, Creams, Paints, etc.

Satuday,. October.2
One Performance Only.

THE BROWN DRUG
E. C. ED:ILL, Prop.

STORE

122 S. Main St.

The Rexall Store

Prey cription Specialihts

MVAJESTIC-

* Thursday
laFriday
Saturday
THIS WEE K

give you the Latest Styles

Cuts

7 711 N, UNIVERSITY

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CHIROPODY Corn, bunions, ingrowing
nal.treated and cured.
Everything absolutely an-
tiseptic. Officehours. 9-12a.m. 1-5 and '-bap w
MISS. E. J. FOLEY
921 E. Huron Street, End North 12th
2 Bocks East of High School- Phone 989J

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Buy your ALARM CLOCKS
4t
Chapman's Jewelry Store
206 South Main Street

WILD
WEST

2 Davis & Konold's
st, "Club Lunch"
Orders Delivered Phone 652J

Sunday Excursion

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ercoat

October 29, 1911

Rleturning Same Pay
TO

Without Exception the Most
Stupendous Attraction E v e r
Seen on a Modern Stage.
Cowboys and Girls
Bucking Broncos
Ponies,.Horses
Death Defied-Roping Contests
Wild West Show
VAUDEVILLE w
ACTS

line of suits and overcoats that can be
i well known makes as Adler Bros.,
and Fashion Clothes, among others in
ng. QLGrays, Blues, and many of the
re to be found in styles becoming the
I every man. Q Fullback and Motor-
th reversible military collars, in Scotch
assimeres.
d Perrin's Gloves, Manhattan Shirts

DETROIT $1.00

Trains leave 6:7 a. m.. and 9:30 a. i. Tickets
accepted in coaches ou'y. Baggage wii not
b c cl ed on these tickets.
TO
BA Y CiTY

For the

FREE

WILD WEST EXHIBITION
Every Afternoon 4 P. M.
On Maynard Street. Front of Theatre.

onlin & Fie gl
202 South Main Street

Michigan State Sunday
School Association
Tickets on sale*October 31 and November it-
1911; returning to reach original starting poin,
not later than midnight of Naveinber 4, 1911.

EXTRA! Halloween Matinee Saturday Afternoon, Funny False
Faces Free to Everybody-COMING--Big Musical Comedy

,

For the BEST Photographs

go

to.

G. C. MAEDE L

119" East
Liberty Street

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