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.THE MIC1IGAN DAILY.

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-The )Iiclian Gamma chapter ofc
Tau Beta Pi will hold its annual in-
formal party, at the Packard academyt
this evening.
-Drs. 3T. L. Ward and E. T. Loeffler,1
of the dental school, have gone to the
Battle Creek Sanitarium at Battle
Creek Michigan, to attend a meeting
of tho Southwestern Michigan Dental3
Society.
-D~r. 3. L. D'0oge, president emeri.
tus of Greek, returnedfrom an extend-
ed trip abroad, last night.
--President Harry B. Hutchins left for
New York, yesterday afternoon, to at-
tend a meeting of the advisory com-
mittee of summer military training
camps, of which he is a member. He
will return Friday morning.
-. Paul Vitry, curator of medieval
and modern sculpture, in the museum
of the Louvre in Paris, will lecture
on contemporary French sculpture,'
Monday evening in Sarah Caswell An-
gell hall. M. Vitry is on a lecture tour
of the country under the auspices of
the Alliance Francaise, and will speak
here as a non-resident lecturer of the
fine arts department.
-The meeting of the Forestry club,
scheduled for last evening, will be
hield tonight at 7:30 o'clock., in room
407 new engineering building. A. A.
Griffin will speak on "Volume and
Yield Tables."
-Porf. Albert Stanley of the School
of Music will give a lecture on Occi-
dental music, at 7:15 o'clock Saturday

ing at 8:00 o'clock at the Chubb house. I
-At a meeting of the first ensign's
committee of the Union boat club,
yesterday afternoon, December 11 was
decided upon as the date for the smok-
er. The program and other plans will
be announced shortly.
--Wellington It. Tinker, of the Y. A.L
C. A., has recovered sufficiently from
an operation for appendicitis, so that
he has been removed to his home at
427 East Uniiversity avenue.
-The Alpha Na debating society will
hold a special freshman program Fri-
day evening. The subject of debate
is: "Resolved: That the modern hob-
ble-skirted woman can run just as fast
as the old time hoop-skirted woman."
---This week will murk the close of the
chrysanthemum exhibit in Memorial
hail. The exhibit may be seen any
day between 8:00 o'clock in the morn-
ing, and 10:00 o'clock in the evening.
-All men from Pennsylvania, who are
interested in the possibility of organ-
izing a Pennsylvani club, are request-
ed to meet at the sn'on tomorrow af-
ternoon at 4:30 o'clock. The meeting
is to sound the sentiment in regard to
a permanent organization.
MfUSIC A ND DRAiMA.

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And Original New York Company
including a company of
85 PEOPLE - 85
AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA

ONE NIGHT ONLY Nov. 21
Frriday, f
John CFisher's
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PRICES
Thirteen Rows Orchestra........ ......$1.50
Balance Orchiextra . . ...........i x
First Four Rows Balcony......E..........00
Next Four Rows Balcony.................75
Balance Balcony........................50
Top Gallery ...,........... 50

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PRICES
Thirteen Rows Orchestra.......$2.00
Balance Orhestra............... 1.50
Four Rows Balcony........... .1.00
IBalance Balcony. ................. .75
Gallery............................ .50
Matinee Sc to $1.50

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in McMillan hall before the 'Chinese
Students' club. A discussion on the
difference between Oriental and Occi-
dental music will follow the speech.
'-H. J. Smith was elected baseball
manager yesterday by the sophomore
engineer class.
-Freshman gymnasium classes will
be resumed tomorrow at 11:15 o'clock,
Owing to the preparations for the
football smoker, no classes have been
held this week.
-A committee consisting of about
twenty seniors has been appointed to
conduct a campaign among the facul-
ty to secure members of the Union.
The members of the committee who
did not attend the first meeting on
Monday night, are requested to meet
at the Union tonight at 8:30 o'clock
to receive instructions.
-Men may sign up now for singles
or doubles in hand ball tournament.
For information call S. L. Ferguson,
990-J.
-Plans for the betterment of the san-
itary conditions of the boarding hous-
es in Ann Arbor, and shortening work-
ing hours of the student waiters, will
be formulated at the initial meeting
of the campaign committee this even-
Have you noticed
the distinguished appearance
a perfect fitting

Offers Twilight Recital.
Before an audience that overtaxed
the first floor of Hill auditcrium, Earl
V. Moore, head of the organ depart-
ment of the school of music, initiated
yesterday afternoon a series of twi-
light recitals, complimentary to the
public. A rare opportunity was then
offer'ed to hear the Frieze Memorial
organ, one of the finest instruments
in the country.
The program, a happy combination
of standards works and new compo-
sitions, was given with telling effect.
Mr. Moore thereby justified high ex-
pectations, playing at all times with
taste and feeling. As an example of
achievement, the assembly march from
"Tannhauser" stands out conspicuous-
ly.
More than once in this number the
impression of a full orchestra playing
Wagner's music was produced.
For the present Mr. Moore's twi-
light concerts are announced for ev-
ery other Tuesday at 4:15 o'clock. Af-
ter Christmas holidays further an-
nouncements will be made.
FIVE PROFESSORS TO GVE
LiECTU S THROGHOUT STATE
Prof. R. D. T. Hollister read Ten-
nyson's "Maud" in Dowagiac last
night, as one of the lectures of the
university extension ecurse. Five lec-
tures will be given Friday. Profes-
sor R. M. Wenley, in Alma, on "Chang-
ing America;" Professor Reuben Pet-
erson, in St. Joseph, on "Rights of the
Unborn Child;" Professor W. H.Hobbs,
in Grand Rapids, on "Volcanos;" Pro-
fessor E. C. Case, in Detroit.
Professor F. W. Kelsey will speak
Saturday in the Detroit Museum of
Art, on, "St. Peter and St. Paul in
Rome."

With a cast of

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Miss Tanguay's Costumes
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'thirteen Rows orchestra ......... $1.50
Balance Orchestra..............1.00
Four Rows Balcony.............1.00
Next Four Rows Balcony........,75
Balance Balcony............... .
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UNIVERSITY CALENDAR
19.-1914 "Lit" dinner.
20.-Meeting of the men's section
the Deutscher Verein at 8:00

o'clock.-
Nov. 20.-1916 Lav smoker.
Nov. 21.-Jacob A. Riis on "My Neigh-
bor" in University Hall.
Nov. 21.-"Lounger" night at the Mich-
igan Union.
Nov. 25.-Bishop Charles D. Williams
at the Episcopal church at 7:451
O'clock.

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Albert A. Stanley, Director
Mlaynard Street, Ann Arbor, Micb.

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A School of Music which offers courses in all branclies of music of
highest standards.
Students may take regular courses leading to graduation, or they may
take such subjects as they desire, without reference to graduation.
If you are interested in studying some branch of music, please call at
the office and get a copy of the school catalogue which gives full inform-
ation. CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.

. A. H. S. Annual Party
Given by the Athletic Association
7:30 Friday Evening, Nov. 21st
ALUMNI ARE CORDIALLY INVITED
Bill: For Centlemain and Lady - - - - 50

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every Monday and Friday, 9P. Al.
Reduced rates on Hlall Rentals.

Private lessons by appointment.
Phone 1850-J 570-L

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