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October 27, 1911 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1911-10-27

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TIDE MIC~fG.N tDAIL

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HE LATEST STYLES
ISH. LAST
visible Eyelets
I $4.00--
$5.00
$6.00

- o* STAT E
the Big White Shoe"STET
HlM & ,COMPAN Y,.
'TROlL UMIHIGAN
ce mn 'the maiiufacttnre of Fraternity Jewelry
D ig esol d ISelusive Society Pipes
iss Pins and Rings Sainr
ed Catalogue, also Price List of B.,dges4

l!uDI'TORIUM SOON TO BE A REAL-
ITY.*
l (Coininue from Page i.)
Wiggins, in. descriptive geometry, to
take the place of Assistant Professor
Fischleigh absent on leave; John F.
Wilscn, in. electrical, engineearing to
fill the place of Assistant Professor
Higbee, also absent on leave.
A number of requests for assistants
in various subjects were referred to'
the president with power to act.
An appropriation of $500 was made
to the university Y. M. C. A. in rec-
ognition: of its work for the student
body. '
At the suggestion of the University
Senate the committee, appointed to ar-
range for a 'diamond jubilee, decided
to consider the plan of .postponing the
-olebration for a- year in the hopes
that the Hill auditorium will be com-
pleted by that time thus affording bet-
ter accom'odations for, the crowds
than are at present offered by Univer-
sity Hail.
The .purchase 'of, a burglar "proof
safe not ,to. cost over $5'00 was author~-
ized. Treasurer.Campbell ,was reim-
lbu'rsed for-his- losses in the recent safe
jblowing to an amount not exceeding
$779.53.
,An invitation was extended through
the 'presider. to the Teachers' Asso-
ciation to hold its next meeting here
'in 1912...
Learmnouth, Elected President.
'W. 3. Learmnouth; manager of the
Varsity football team was elected
president of the Athletic Association
at. a meeting of the board of directors
of the association held yesterday af-
ternoon.'
The ,girls of the university of Ne-
braska marched in a body to the depot
to cheer the team on as they left for
the Minnesota game.
The class of 1904 of Pennsylvania
will erect a $10,000 statue of B~enjamin
Franklin, one of the founders of the
university.
An old university flag-pole at North-
western was recently cut off short,
painted with the freshmen colors, and
topped witp -a model bust from some
Chicago Show window.
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UNIERSTYNOTICES
All candidates wishing to tryout for
thle editorial staff of the Michiganen-
sian meet in rooms in Press Building
at 5 p. m. today.
Craftsmen smoker 'at Masonic Tem-
pie, tomorrow evening, 7:30..
Junior engineer football practice,
4 o'clock Friday. Game with soph en-
gineers Saturday at 9:30 a. mn.-
Junior lit football practice at 3 :00]
o'clock,,South Ferry Field.
Senior engineers football practice
today at 4 'p. in., South Ferry Field.
Candidates for soph engineer foot-
ball, team' report today at 3:30 p. in.,
South Ferry Field.
Reading tryouts for speaking parts
of "An Awakened Rameses" at the
Union, 7 ~o'clock tonight.
.B~andl, meet 'at University Hall at
6:45. Bring racks and all music be-
longing to band.
Architects Have Model House.
The architectural~ department has se-
eured a model of a steel frame build-
ing. It is complete, and consists of
foundations, columns, and beams, as
well as connections of the modern
steel building system. There is also
an elevator' and' piping for heating.
The model will stand about 12 feet
high, and is being Assembled in the
basement of the engineering building
'under the direction of Mr. McConkey,
instructor' In architecture.
History of Art Is Popular.
Professor Cross's course in the his-
tory of art may have to make another
move. About the second week of the
semaester the number of students and
visitors became too large for the lec-
ture room in Memorial hall and the
lectures were transferred to room 311
of the engineering building. Now the
number of 'visitors has increased so
that this roam is overcrowded. There
are 125 students in the course.
Fresh Lit Notice
Vote For
is '.'0011 RSHO
Pries. of Lit 191t5.

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NEW WHITNEY THEATRE

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Satuday, October- 28
One Performance Only.
wILLIAm.A.:BRADY, Ltd., Presents
The Funniest Play Ever Written
B3Y MARGARE4T MAYO
One Solid 'Vear 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

11 &COMPANY.4
,MD FRATERNITY JEWELERS
DETRZDlT, MICH

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Rowe's Laundry
.*-406 Detroit St.:'
THOMAS I ) VW E Prop .
Bell Phone 457

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Oldcst Bank in Michigan
Establihed 1849
COMMERCIAL
All]) SAVINGS ACCOUNTS {
SOLICITED
IWnot convenient to call at the Bank.
Y. e will promptly maillinformation
on BANING B'! MAIL, onl request.
DIRECTOR*
,OGorge Ilendrie D. C. Delameater
C. A. Dean Phillip . it.FlMiWan
IE.A.Chapolon,M.D. iStraahearn iendrie
Sidney T.FM iller John M. Dwyer
Arthur JR. Parker 'Paul F. Bagley

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Welsbach Gas Light
The
IDEAL Study Light..
100 Candle Power
Engineers Draughting Lamps
iorGas 'Company,

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TUTTLE & CO.
WE SERVE HOT LUNCHES
Fine Lineof
Lowacy's "and ~Hagley's Chocolates

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"of the room'Ilies' in its furniture. I's surpri s
n forr ing how far your money will go 1n- a store ike
our§. Come. in. and let us' show~ you.
UGOS, CARPETS AND DRAPERIES
il"1 iNo 2 Davis -& Konold's
went Fast, "Club Lunch"I

M3A CK'S
TEA ROOM
"Thle pr-oer place to'take your lady
friend
The best, place ini town for
Dinners, Lnnches, or Ref resh-
Met. 'Comnbides seclusion with,
culinary prefection. Rest room
in connection. Servi3e a la carte.
Open, from 8 A. M. to 5 P. M.,-
on Saturdays tiil J P. M
Orchestra ,Saturdays-noon
and evenings
SECOND FLOOR
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MAIN ST

Not one man in a hun-
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on an ordinary :strop.
it requires a: knack that few have.
Fortunately for Gillette users there is a
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side,-30 seconds and all edges are shajrp.
Small, handsome, simple to use, requires no
skill. Can't get out of order. Guaranteed
for ten years. Sold by all good dealers on
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Two _Blades Sharpened FREE
Send us 2 of your Gillette blades. We will
sharpcn them, free.
to demonstrate
how perectl y the
Twinplex does the
work. Or ask your
dealer to s tro p
them for you.
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Do not fail to have your seats
reserved'. Saturday,: 9 to 12,
in U. Hall.

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