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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.

TUSIC AND DRAMAlC .

In pric

Thursday, November 27.-Kentucky
club Thanksgiving din~ner at the
Michigan Union, 7:00 p. in.
Friday, November' 29.-Fresh medic
dinner at the Michigan Union, 6:00
p. M.,
'Friday, November 29.-Fresh. lit smo-
ker at the Michigan Union, 7:30 p.
mn.
Friday,, November 29.--Dixie club par-
ty at Packard academy, 8:00 p. im.
Saturday, November X30.-MTembership,
dance at the Michigan Union, 9:00 p.
in.
UN\IVERSITY NOTICES.
M1'eeting of men's section of Deutsch-
er Verein tonight at 8:00 o'clock.
Prof. Stanley will speak. I
Fresh lit Mlass meeting this after-
noon at 4:30 o'clock, Tappan hall.
Forestry. club meeting tonight at
7:30 o'clock, room 407 engineering
building.
DR. PETE~RSON PTO GE'T DATA
FOR COINTAGIOUJS HOSPITAL
Dr. Reuben Peterson, director of the
university hospitals, left yesterday
for an extended trip through the. east-
ern states in order to gather data for
the erection of the new contagious
disease hospital. The city of Ann Ar-
bor appropriated $25,000 to put up this
building and the university is to have

AUlovv t Lockl~wCo hisDebussy.
From members of the Alliance Fran
caise of 'Detroit come most compli-
mentary reports of Albert Lockwood's
Debussy recital, given in the concert
room of the Pontcha rtrain last Friday
evening. Following an analytical lec-
ture by Mlle. Ashleman, Mr jck-
wood played nearly all the piano
compositions of the most interesting
writers of modern music, including
those given here two years ago. Miss
Eliabeth Bennett sang, accompanied,
by Mrs. Edwin Sherrill . The con-
cert was received with great interest
and enthusiasm.
Mir. Lockwood's admirers in Ann
Arbor are deeply gratified' by his suc-
cess in Detroit. But the wish is being
expressed that music-lovers here may
have an opportunity to hear the. De-
bussy program. It is hoped that the
school of music may find it possible
to arrange a special concert for this
purpose.

719 N.

W"I IS UNIMI, 'Ina

Dyou know how to use a Kodak?
This question will sooni be asked by thousands of prospective employ
And you wilwan~t to answer "Yes." The time has come when phc
graphic records play an important part in every branch of industry.
the mian who expects to help furnish. the brains for AmericanCa
will be called upon to do this photographie work.
TheKo4ak has so wonderfully simpified photcgraphy that theStudenti of to4
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the administration of
will visit hospitals
New York, Boston,
At each place he will
investigation, of the
ing there.

it. Dr. Peterson
in Philadelphia,
and Providence
make a thorough
conditions exist-

"Tfhe Only Son."
"The Only Son", will receive its
first Ann Arbor production tonight, at
the Whitney. It will be played by
Thomas W. Ross and the same origi-
nal 'company, which scored such a
success with it during the last three
months of Mr. Ross's two-season en-
gagenment in that city.
At the Majestic.
La Graciosa, will appear at the Ma-
jestic Thursday in a gorgeous spec-
tacle, "The Perfect Woman." It is a
novel act, comprising a series of bril-
liant transformations. Fairy land
dreams are chased away in the last
spectacle wAere La Graciosa steps
from her dias and breaks the spell
with a bow to the audience.

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CHICAGO PA PER PICKS CRAIG.
"Jimmie" Is Placed on All-Western
Team by Evening Post.
Once more Michigan has been hon-
ored on an All WNestern football elev-
en. This time the Chicago Evening
Post, noted as an anti-Michigan or-
gan especially in consideration of the
conference question, has picked "Jim-
mie" Craig for a halfback position.
Coming from a paper that has given
Michigan little consideration of late
the honor is doubly sweet.
Prof. Scott Attends Chicago Meeting,
Professor Fred N. Scott, of the rhet-
oric department, will leave for Chica-
go Thursday morning where he will
attend the annual conventions of the
National Council of Teachers and the
Association of Teachers in Journaltism
Friday and Saturday.
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