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November 10, 1912 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1912-11-10

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.

THEATRICAL CIRCLES.

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Many election bets are paid in
wheelbarrows-or clothes.
Good loosers pay Itheir suit
bets in
Stel n=,BloCh
Clothes because they're good
clothes,
We'll wager both winner and"
loser will be satisfied.
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Sunday, November 10.-Union service
at the Presbyterian church, 7:45 p.
Address by Theodore G. Seares of
the University of Chicago on "The
Essence of Christianity."
Monday, November 11.-Rehearsal of
the Mimes atty he Michigan Union,
7:00 p. m.
Monday, November 11.--Enrollment of
all those who intend to teach next
year, Tappan lecture room, 4:00 p.
m.
Monday, November 11.-Faculty recit-
ai at the school of music, 8:00 p. m.
Complimentary.
Tuesday, November 12.-Menorah club
smoker at the Michigan Union, 7:30
p. M.
Wednesday, November 13.-Senior lit
dinner at the Michigan Union, 6:00

"Elijah."
The announcement that the opera of
"Elijah" will be seen at the Whitney
theater on Saturday, Nov. 16, is likely
to be one of the greatest surprises of
the musical season. The Majestic
Grand Opera company was. formed to
show that grand opera in English
could be given at moderate prices,
with really great singers.
New scenery, novel electrical effects
and new costumes have been design-
ed, so that in all respects the produc-
tion of "Elijah" in America is one of
the most elaborate in grand opera.
Mr. Gwilym Miles, known all over
the United States as "The Great Amer-
ican Elijah," is in the cast. "Elijah"
as musical drama, is suggestive in its
appeal of Wagner's "Parsifal."

Do you know how to usea 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 Capital
will be called upon to do this photography work. The Kodak has so
wouderfully simplifiep photography that the Student of today makes a
great mistake if he does not learn l'ow while he has the opportunity.
Let me help you.

LYNDO-N719 N.
KODAKS AND SUPPLIES

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Wednesday, November 13.-Iowa
smoker at the Mi higan Union,
pi m.
Thursday, November 14.-Senior
dinner at the Michigan Union,
p. m.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES.

club
7:30
law
6:00

OUR Telephone 716-J4
'M~ CLOCKS and you will get to your classes on time.
right and all clocks guaranteed. New location.
111 EAST WASHINGTON STREET
J. L. CHAPMAN, Jeweler

The largest and finest stock in the
city. Goodyear's Drug Store. 3 tf
Fresh shipment of Huyler's just re-
ceived. 214 S. Main St. 34-35

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ettes
London)

oldest high-
Turkish Cigar-
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IS IT WORTH WHILE $
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The other day the owner of an
apple orchard came into the Dai-
ly office. He wanted men to pick
apples from over 300 trees. He
placed a "two-bit want adlet" in
the want ad column asking for
men to report early the next
morning at his home 1*1-* miles
from Ann Arbor.' Result-27
men were on hand and over 1,000
bushels of apples were picked
before evening.

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the purest
Tobaccos

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IS IT WORTH WHILE?
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Brown Box"

CO., Ltd.
New York

Bank (berianjlenaan5&yjjishajR
Bank Liberty and Main Sts.
Vice-President AMost Convenient Place for Your
Banking

Cashier

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Shirts

ngfellow Shirt ? We now have a fine
this excellent shirt made up with soft
to match., Come in and look over the

Students-Make $8 to $12 daily. A fine
proposition for employment during
spare time. For particulars write
Oakland Merchandising Co., M. 109
Oakland Ave., Pontiac, Michigan.
Found-Black leather card-case con-
taining gym receipts, etc. Name K.
S. Baxter in case. Call Daily office
and pay for ad. 35
LOST
Lost or Stolen-Four tickets for Cor-
nell game Nos. KK, row 22, 1, 2, 3, 4.
Reward if returned to Blunt at 734
E. University and no questions ask-
ed. Do not make yourself liable by
buying these tickets.
Lost-Will person who took Red Mack-
inaw from library by mistake about
5:30 p. m. Saturday please call 1532-
T or return to 911 Monroe?
Lost-Athletic association book signer
Herbert L. Burgers. Call 1535-L.
Address 109 S. Ingalls.
Lost-At or near Majestic or High
school two strands of choral beads.
Finder ,please return to R. R. Seeley,
939 Greenwood Ave. and get reward.
35-36
Waterman Fountain Pen, Sun-
day, Nov. 3. Finder please call 241-'
L. 33-35
FOR RENT
For Rent-Desirable single room for
young lady in house with girls.
Phone 1741-L. 35-36
For Rent-Good single room for $1.501

Meeting of the men's section of the
Deutscher Verein tomorrow night at
7:00 o'clock.
Lecture by Prof. Theodore G. Soares
before the Chinese Students' club in
McMillan hall at 3:00 o'clock this af-
ternoon.
SAXOPHONE TRIO WILL PLAY
FOR SERIES OF DANCES HERE
The Wright Saxophone Trio, of Co-
lumbus, has been engaged to come to
Ann Arbor for a series of three par-
ties during the year, the first of which
will be given November 22. The mu-
sic made a big hit here last year. The
dances will be informal and tickets
may be obtained at the Union or by
phoning 319 or 236.
Prof. Demmon Will Address Educators
Prof. I. N. Demnmon, of the English
department, willaddress. the Educa-
tional club tomorrow afternoon at 3:00
o'clock in the seminary room of the
economics building on "Literary Work
in the High Schools." The lecture
will be open to the public.
CALL IMEETING OF FENCERS
TO DISCUSS PLANS FOR YEAR
There will be a meeting of the Fenc-
ing club tomorrow afternoon from
4:00 to 6:00 o'clock in the fencing
room of Waterman gym. Anyone in-
terested in fencing is requested to at-
tend. Talks will be given by old
members and plans for the year will
be disussed.
That Pennsy Game was reported for
the Detroit News Tribune by an "Old
Time Football Star." For the best ac-
count buy the Detroit News Tribune
on sale at all News Stands.
Forest Lawn Tea Room-Orders
taken for After Theatre or Concert
Lunches. Phone 1238-J, 604 Forest
Ave. eod tf
Open every evening until 9:30. Sun-
days from 9:30 to 12:30, 1:30 to 3:30
only. Lyndon's kodaks, films, flash-
lights. 719 N. University. Sun&Fri
Tonic Baths at the Ypsilanti Min-
eral Bath House will keep you well
the year around.
Bunting in Michigan and Cornell
colors, 5 cents per yard at Mack & Co.
35-40
WATCH FOR THE BIG YELLOW
FOOTBALL EXTRA NEXT SATUR-
DAY. ON SALE IMMEDIATELY AF-
TER THE GAME EVERYWHERE.
For celebrated Martin Guitars; Man-
dolins, Musical Instruments and sup-
plies of every* description visit Schae-
berle & Son's Music House, 110 S.
Main St. 35 to 46
THE CORNELL FOOTBALL EX-
'RA WILL CONTAIN A COMPLETE
ACCOUNT OF THE GAME, PLAY BY
PLAY, AS WELL AS FEATURE STO-
RIES, CUTS OF PLAYERS, ETC., Etc.
THIS IS THE SOUVENIR OF THE
YEAR.

THE SUGAR BOWL
Ann Arbor's Best Confectionery. Ice cream soda de luxe. C
descriptions.
WE PAY ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO STUDENTS, PARTIES, ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT
ON MAIN STREET

Lunches,

A NEW PLACE
Ice Cream, Fine Candies,,

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Ye Olde Mission Shop

Will open about November 1st

313 South State Street

SWEET
BETTER SERVICE

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How Are Your Eyes
Our methods of eye examin ition, no "drops" used dete
the exact needs of your eyes.
Our optical system produces exact glasses.
We grind our own lenses and make all glasses to order.
Shur-on Agency
Arnold & Co., Jewelers "*STn

AS IT SOUND
BETTER C

De~riotes' Art Store,. IBEN
FINE .ART GOODS
The Plaoc to Have Your Pictiure Framed Iri aim Artistic
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Tobaccos

that we carry the Soo Mackinaw Coat.

Tinker & Company
tters and Furnishers 342 S. State St.
niver-ity fI1usic 1bOuse
Press Building Maynard Street
Across from Majestic

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 Hosiety, Interwoven Hosiery.

Music

at 529 Walnut street, four
from the engineering bldg.

blocks1
34-351

"My L ittle Friend"_
"The Lady of the Slipper"

For Rent-Steam heated rooms over
Drug Store. E. E. Calkins. 32-37
FOR SALE.
For Sale-Due-bills on Photo-supplies,
etc., Lyndon, Hoppe, E. J. Schmitt;
Photographers Rentschler, G. C.
Maedel, and White. Students Direc-
tory, Reynolds, 723-J Call Sunday
morning.

And other late Operas

WADHAMSa & COMPANY
121-123 S. Main St.

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

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niversity Pharmac1219 S. Universi

Ave.

We Insist on Satisfying

Bell Phone 416

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