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October 31, 1912 - Image 3

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES.

[ENT SHOWN
IN PRACTICE.

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With Strengthened Line and
Backfield Yearlings Should
Remaining Games.

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Pralace of Sweets
Down Town
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Attention to Fraternities
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N MAIN STREET1
ny Dancing Class every
Tuesday and Friday
dren's afternoon class. Private
10; Wed. and Thur. $14, Series
Phone 1850J 570L

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Tobaccos

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Olds Minson Shop

Coach Conklin's youngsters were
not given a chance to show their
prowess against the Varstiy yesterday,
but instead spent the practice hour in
signal practice and learning some new
formations. In Tuesday's scrimmage
the regulars scored once against the
first year men and then were unable
to do anything for seventeen minutes.
With the line thus strengthened the
freshmen can take a new lease on life
and with their backfield working up to
the standard of the individual players,
they should complete the remainder of
their schedule in grand 'style. Meed's
charley-horse has so far recovered as
to permit him to don the togs of bat-
tle and again be with the team and he
will no doubt be able to play next Sat-
urday.
Hunt is making good at quarter and
runs the team in nice style, while
Rhoem and Diehl are dependable at
half and full. Gault, who was taken
out of the Detroit University game
with a dislocated knee, is still handi-
capped with his injury, but will not be
prevented from playing in the next
contest.
Graduate Students to hear Address.
Prof. Guthe will address a gathering
of graduate students at Barbour gym-
nasium next Saturday evening at 7:30
o'clock. Those present will hold a
dance in the gymnasium later in the
evening.
Fresh Law Class Pictures taken to-
day at 12:05. LYNDON, Photographer.
1913 Ford Auto give away at the K.
of C. Fair this week.
26-28
Charlie's Barber Shop is now open
at 619 E. Liberty. tf
Charlie, the Barber has moved to 619
E. Liberty St. tf
We are never undersold. Goodyear
Drug Store. 2 tf
Charlie, the Barber has moved to 619
E. Liberty St. tf
Charlie's Barber Shop is now open
at 619 E. Liberty. tf
WANTED-PERSONS TO WRITE and
copy letters. $10 to $25 a week read-
ly made by following our practical
directions. Send self-addressed en-
velope for particulars. Brooks Cop-
ying Co., 1310 Pa. Ave., Washington,
D.C. tf
FOR SALE.
For Sale-One Thermodist pianola in
first class condition, cost $300.00 and
125 rolls of music cost over $150.00,
all for $100.00. Also one Kimball p-
ano good as new, cost $425.00. Will
sell for $200.00. Address 1008 Mich-
igan avenue. Phone 1499-L. 24-26
LOST
Lost-A tan Japaneses leather card
case containing a small lill and not-
es. Lost between 1112 Washtenaw
Ave. and Barbour gymnasium. Will
finder please call 710-J.
Lost-A black leather wallet, oblong
In shape, containing calling cards
of Fred H. Begole, Jr. If found
please return to 823 Kingsley. Tele-
phone 566.

All soph engineer football men re-
port today on field at 3:30 o'clock
sharp. Game with senior lits.
Glee club rehearsal at School of
Music at 7:15 this evening.
All Gargoyle business staff members'
and tryouts must report at the office
today at 5:00 p. in.
All senior lit football men out for
preliminary practice at 3:00 o'clock
sharp. Game called at 4:05 o'clock.
Junior lit election of treasurer this
afternoon, 4:00 to 5:30, west physics
lecture room.
THEATRICAL CIRCLES.
"My Little Friend."
The Whitney Opera Company, un-
der the direction of Mr. F. C. Whitney,
will make their first presentation in
America in this city on Saturday night,
at the Whitney, of the new comic op-
era, by Oscar Strauss, "My Little
Friend," which is said to contain the
most striking. music that has yet been
written by the composer of "The Choc-
olate Soldier."
In "My Little Friend" again Mr.
Strauss has enhanced his remarkable
reputation for writing satiric music,
which showed so clearly in the score
of "The Chocolate Soldier." Some idea
of the magnitude of the production
may be gained from the fact that there
are 37 singing and speaking parts in
the opera, and that it will be given
with all the Whitney eclat is assured
by the splendidly balanced cast. The
Strauss music will be interpreted by
one of the largest anti best balanced
orchestras that have ever given comic
opera in this country, and will be un-
der the direction of A. DeNovellis.
At the Majestic.
The entire program will be changed
at the Majestic theater tonight and
the long expected engagement of Fred
Ireland's "Casino Girls" will feature
the new bill opening at this theater
tonight..
The rest of the show will include
Jos. Henley and company in a prote-
an playlet, Senator Francis Murphy,
the comedian, and Crouch, Richards
and company in a spectacular musical
act. Shriner and Richards are a clev-
er pair of funmnakers who will be great
favorites.
Oratorical Association Meets Tonight.
The oratorical association will hold
an open meeting tonight ath7:30 in
room 302 N. W. of University hall. The
purpose of the meeting is to enlarge
the constitution, elect a vice-president,
and complete the program of speakers
for the year.

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SOLD ONLY-BY

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INAW COATS
For Men, Boys
Ladies

PATRICK'S

Absolutely wind and
different styles.
for itself.

rain proof, Mackinaw's Ulsters
The only Ulster in town that spe

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MATINEES
TUES. FRI$
WED, 3 p- IIe SAT.
FRED IRELAND
and his dancing
Casino Girls
Including Nema Catto and P. W.
Miles in a musical comedy
high Lights of Broadway
JOSEPH HENLEY & CO.
In the Protean Play
"After Years"
CROUCH, RICHARDS, CO.
Banjo Virtuosi
Senator Francis Murphy
"Flights of Oratory"
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MUSICAL COMEDY DUO'
SHRINER & RICHARDS
Singing, Dancing, Talking
Remember I Election Day
Returns read from stage in con-
nection with
Olympic Games MATINEE
NIGHT
AT STOCKHOLM
Featuring Ralph "Craig
PATHE WEEKLY
Mon., Tues., Wed.

We are associated distributers of Li
Arts and Crafts. Library Tables and
signs. Your inspection is cheer fully s

112, 114, 116, 118, 120 and 122 E.

BOTH PHONES 148

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First Year Women to Start Gym Work.
All gymnasium classes at Barbour
gym commence next week. First year
women are requested to procure their
locker tickets at once from the treas-
urer's office and exchange them for
lockers at the office of the physical di-
rectors. The matterd should be at-
tended to immediately to avoid delay
in starting the worknext week.
K. of C. Fair next to waiting room
tonight.
26-28
Fresh Law Class Pictures taken to-
day at 12:05. LYNDON, Photographer.

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Designers of Men's Clothes

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NOTICE ON POLES:-There is an
ordinance against putting any notice
other than a legal notice on the tele-
phone-telegraph poles or any other
poles within the city limits. 25-26-27

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