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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Many electiol bets are paid in
wheelbarrowE-or clothes .
Good loosers pay itheir suit
bets in
Stein= Bloch
Clothes because they're good
clothes.,
We'll wager both winner and
loser will be satisfied.n

UIJVERSITY, CAIE)AR.
Friday, November 8.-Kentucky club
dinner at the Michigan Union, 6:00
p.m M.
Friday,November 8.-Junior law smok-
er at the Michigan Union, 7:00 p.
M.
Saturday, November 9.-Adrian vs.
Michigan freshmen at Ferry field,
2:30 p. m.
Sunday, November 10.-Union service
at the Presbyterian church, 7:45 p.
Address by Theodore G. Scares of
the University of Chicago on "The
Essence of Christianity."
Monday, November 11.-Rehearsal of
the .Mimes att he Michigan Union,
7:00 p. m.
Tuesday,November 12.-Memorial club
smoker at the Michigan Union, 7:30
P. in.
Wednesday, November 13.-Iowa club
smoker at the Mi higan Union, 7:30
p. m.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
Meeting of 1916 Medics tomorrow at
12:00 o'clock. E. lecture room, medic
building.

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THEATRICAL CIRCLES.
O'Brien's Minstrels Tomnight.
The parade which will be given to-
day by Neil O'Brien's Great Minstrel
organization is promised as quite the
best dressed and most imposing street
display ever made by any singing man-
agement. Two separate and distinct
bands provide the material airs, which
are combined into one band for the
evening concert. The band is under
the leadership of Frank Fuhrer, the
most widely known minstrel conductor
in America. It appears tonight at the
Whitney theater.
* Collegian Clothes.
A handsome display of Men's Suits
and Overcoats in this make is now be-
ing shown at Allen's Good Clothes
Store on Main St. They represent all
the very very newest styles in Greys,
Blues, Tans and novelty effects. You
can see a few of these novelty effects
in their window. 32-34
Every box of Huyler's candy is guar-
anteed.
Mineral baths at Ypsilanti will ben-
efit all kinds of Rheumatism.
33-35
We receive Huyler's Candy direct
from are factory. 214 N. Main St.

The Faculty Concert.
That the faculty concerts are becom-
ing, in the estimation of music devot-
ees, serious rivals of the larger Choral
Union series, was made manifest last
night et the second concert of the sea-
son. The auditorium of the High
School was completely filled, and ev-
ery number of the program received
something approaching an ovation.
The concert was notable in two
ways. It brought forvard a composi-
tion of Albert A. Stanley which has
never been heard here previously; and
it marked the first appearance in the
faculty concerts of Anthony Whitmire,
the new violinist. Mr. Stanley's com-
position is a Canon and Fugue for pi-
ano. The Canon is a graceful and very
appealing bit of writing, elaborated
from a somewhat pathetic theme
through changing and colorful har-
monies. The Fugue, built on a melody
clear and classic in its outline, pro-
gresses into somewhat intricate coun-
terpoint, but without losing the pure
clarity which is its most distinct aid
beautiful characteristic. The whole
composition has a breadth and spirit-
ual import which will niake its repeti-
tion welcome.
Mr. Whitmire, in a series of selec-
tions well calculated to exhibit the
sensuous beauty of his tone, empha-
sibed the deep impression he made the
other evening in recital. But he has
more than beauty of tone to make his
playing enjoyable: a delicate percep-
tion of rhythmic values, and a power
of presentation that make what he
plays memorable. The, two encores he
won were well deserved.
Albert Lockwood opened and closed
the program with two characteristic.
Grieg pieces, the Stanley composition,
and the waltzes of Strauss in the
Schulz-Evler transcription. Mr. Lock-
wood played with spirit and brilliance,
as always, and made the waltz irre-
sistable in -rhythm and gorgeous in
tonal effects. Mr. Howland sang the
three Hermann songs which he has
made favorites, and sang them with
all his dramatic fervour and emphasis.
The accompaniments were well played
by Mr. Moore and Mr. Dotterweich.
GRADT ATES OF ENGINEERING
1)EPART iENT ARE IN DEMAND

Do you know how to use a Kodak?
This question will soon be asked by thousands of prospective employers
And you will want to answer yes." The time has come when photo
graphic records play an important part in every branch of industry, and
the man who expects to help furnish the trains for American Capita
will be called upon to do this photography work. The Kodak has so
wouderfully simplifiep pthotography that the Student cf today makes a
great mistake if he does not learn bow while he has the opportunity.
Let me help you.

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KODAKS AND SUPPLIES
Fri "223 S. MAIN
SDeFrios' Art Store CR. LIBERTY
FIN40 ART GOODS
The Ple ce to Have Yotxr Pictture Frame d in an Artistic
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Ann Arbor's Best Confectionery, Ice cream soda de luxe. Candy of
descriptions.
WE PAY ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO STUDENTS, PARTIES, ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION
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dlais to match. Come in and look over the

carry the Soo Mackinaw Coat.

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Furnishers

342 S. State St.

ding Maynard Street
Across from Majestic

Found-Key in front of Athletic Assn.
Bldg. Owner may have same by
calling at the Daily office and pay-
ing for this ad.
Lost-Waterman Fountain Pen, Sun-
day, Nov. 3. Finder please call 241-
L. 33-35
Lost-On Monday, two tickets to Cor-
nell-Michigan game. South side 50
yard line. J. J. Seventh row. Find-
er please notify F., N. Bradford, 526
R. Jefferson. Phone 911-L. 339
Lost-Waterman fountain pen Sunday,
Nov. 3. Finder please call 241-L. 33-35
Lost-On Monday; two tickets to the
Cornell-Michigan game, south side,
50 Yd. line (JJ) 7th row. Finder
please notify F. N. Bradford, 526 E.
Jefferson. Phone 911-L.
FOR RENT
For Rent--Desirable single room in'
house. Phone 1741-L
30-32
.For Rent-Good single room for $1.50
at 529 Walnut street, four blocks
from the engineering bldg. 34-35
For Rent-Steam heated rooms over
Drug Store. E. E. Calkins. 32-37
FOR SALE.
For Sale-Due bills on tailors; Wag-
ner, Henry & Co., Dieterle, Student's
directory. Call Reynolds, 723-J.

That the Michigan graduate engi-'
neer is in high demand has never been
brought -out as clearly as it has this
fall, according to Dean M. E. Cooley.
The dean has received over sixty let-
ters during the month of October from
engineering concerns all over the
country asking for men. The offers
set forth salaries as high as $1,800.
This month over a dozen applications
have been received.
In speaking of the great demand for
Michigan engineers, Prof. H. C. Ander-
son, of the mechanical engineering de-
partment says, "If last June's gradu-
ating class had been twice as large
as it was we would still have been
able to supply every man with a posi-
tion."
Dr. A. S. Warthin Makes Lecture Tour.
Dr. A. S. Warthin of the medical de-
partment is at present on a tour of
Ionia county, where he is delivering a
series of lectures on "Sex Hygiene"
to students of various schools and the
citizens in the larger towns. He spoke
last night in Belding.
SHOW GREAT DEFICIENCY
IN BIBLICAL KNOWLEDGE.
The answers returned to many of
the biblical questions recently pro-
pounded by Prof. Thomas E. Rankin
show a woeful ignorance of the sub-
ject.
One man said that the bible was
written in old English. The new Tes-
tament was called a collection of es-
says written by the Savior and His
apostles. The old Testament was said
to be' composed of stories and prov-
erbs which are no longer credited as'
actual happenings.

Arnold & Co., Jewelers

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Our optical system produces exact glasses.
We grind our own lenses and make all glasses to orde
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Before buying your Fall and Winter
Suit, Overcoat, Raincoat, Hats, Caps,
and Furnishings. It will pay you to
look over our assortment, Spaulding
Sweaters, Webber's Sweaters, Hole-
proof Hosiery, Interwoven Hosiery.

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"The Lady of the Slipper"
And other late Operas

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12t23 . M St.

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Candies to suit particular people, Belle Meade Sweets, Morses', Lowney's, etc.

Goulding & Wikel
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We Insist on Satisfying

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