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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ADELPHI SOCIETY WILL HOLD
ANNUAL BANQUET AT UNION.

aise of Malcolm's fall suits
)vercoats,those club checks
11 right, others will show
i in the spring.
nchella Overcoats lead all
rs this season, why not B
;t year man? Malcolm V~
*s a verylarge range ofYou
ens, has a good suit at $20
525 buys a suit you will B
: of. Speaking of style, and
iduality reminds you at
of
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Hear Loud Talk

604 E. LIBERTY

DETROIT
FRATERNITY JEWELERS AND STATIONERS
Jewelers, Stationers, Opticirns and Fraternity Jewelers

207-211 WOODWARD AVENUE, DETROIT

ngvaving

The time to place your order

for

Engraved or Embossed Stationary is
mas rush is already on, and from ten day sto two weeks
equired to fill an order. Fine, engraved statincty is cdis-
tive and has a touch of individuslity su ped y nbre.
hing is so appropriats-rnotting could afford a more last-
tribute of the doner's thonghtfulness and gcod taste than
:e box of stationery. When in search of the best in station-
consult us.

Adelphi society will hold its fifty-
fifth annual banquet at the Michigan
Union Friday evening. Rowland Fix-
el will preside as toastmaster and the
following members mill respond to
toasts: Karl Mohr, '13; Peter Fagan,
'13; Paul Blanshard, '14; Percival
Blanshard, '14; William Allard, '14;
Werner Schroeder, '14; Louis Haler,
'14L.
The banquet will be served prompt-
ly at 6:00 o'clock and tickets may be
obtained from members- of the com-
mittee..
Deutscher Verein Women Meet
The senior women's section of the
Deutscher Verein will hold a meeting
tonight for the purpose of electing
new members for the section for the
coming year.
Prof. I. M. Wenley is on Lecture Tour
Prof. R. M. Wenley, of the philoso-
phy department, is in the upper pen-
insula this week, on the university
extension lecture system. He will de-
liver five lectures on the Marquette
circuit, returning early next week.
'alks on South America 'today
Rev. George W, Krepper will give
a lecture this afternoon on "The So-
cial and Educational Conditions in
South America," at the Bible Chair
building, 444 S. State St., at 4:15 p.
m., This is the fourth of a series of
lectures on South America, and every-
one is cordially invited to attend.
Union Dance Tickets go on Sale.
Tickets for the regular Saturday
evening dance at the Union will go
on sale this afternoon at 5:00 o'clock.
The usual number of 100 admission
cards will be sold.
MUSIC AND DRAMA.
Faculty Concert Tonight.
The regular December faculty con-
cert will be given at eight o'clock
this evening in High School hall. The
program announced offers many at-
tractive selections. Samuel Lock-
wood's offering to it gains added in-
terest from the fact that this concerto
of Bruch has probably never before
been heard in America.
The complete program will be as
follows :
Sonata, F major............ Mozart
Mrs. George B. Rhead.
Shakespeare Songs:-
"Come unto these yellow sands"
(The Tempest) .... Henry Purcell
"When that I was a little boy"
(Twelfth Night) Robert Schumann
"Under the Greenwood tree" (As
You Like It)........Carl Busch
"It was a lover and his lass" (As
You Like If,) .... Thomas Morley
(a) "Who is Sylvia?" (The Two
Gentlemen of Verona) ........
.......Richard Leveridge (1670)
(b) "Who is Sylvia".Franz Schubert
"Hark, hark the Lark" (Cymbel-
ine) ............ Franz Schubert
William Howland.
Prelude and Fugue, E minor, Op. 35
......Mendelssohn
Etude, Op. 25, No. 2 ........sChopin
Ballade, Op. 52...... . ...Chopin
Mrs. George B. Rhead.
Concerto No. 3, D minor, Op. 58....
........Bruch
Allegro energico; Adagio; Allegro
molto.
Samuel Pierson Lockwood.
Accompaniments by Maude Z. Hag-
berg and Earl V. Moore.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
All those interested in hockey will
meet in the trophy room of the gym at
7:00 o'clock this evening.
Junior lit class meeting, 4:00 o'clock
Friday afternoon, for purpose of elect-

ing independent representative for
Junior hop.
Senior lit class meeting this after-4
noon at 4:00 o'clock in Tappan hall.
Very important.
Freshman basketball practice at
Barbour gym Thursday at 4:30 p. m.
All 'out,
Cosmopolitan club to hold business
meeting tomorrow.
Polonia to hold'celebration soon.

MICHIGAN'S TROUBLE WITH
CONFERENCE BEGAN IN '05-06
(Continued from page 1.)
ACTIVE clause of the three year rule,
is, of course, a dead issue. The five
game limit no longer prevails, as all
the schools concerned have seven
games each fall. This was passed at
the, same time that Michigan with-
drew. Further, _at all of the schools
there can now be pre-season practice.
THAT BRINGS THE MAIN DIF-
FERENCES DOWN TO THE FACUL-
TY CONTROL AND THE TRAINING
TABLE PROPOSITIONS, THE FIRST
OF WHICH IS NOT BEING OBSERV-
ED AT ALL THE CONFERENCE
SCHOOLS.
Will Talk on "Iowan Drift" Tonight.
Thre much disputed geological for-
mation known as the "IowanaDrift"
will be the subject of a lecture which
Mr. Frank Leverett will give this ev-
ening at 7:00 o'clock in the Russell
seminary room of the museum. Mr.
Leverett spent the past summer in
Iowa and Minnesota and has reached1
some important conclusions regarding
the status of the disputed drift which
he will explain in his lecture.
We can, and do save you money on
sheet music, music books and all kinds
of musical instruments. It will be .to
your interest to look over our goods
and get prices before buying. Grinnell
Bros., '120-122 E~. Liberty St. 56-9

DIVORCE

BY WILLIAM ANTHONY MeGUIRE

107 TIMES IN CHICAGO
Every Catholic should see this play
Every Knibht of Columbus should witness this performance
Pr Ices, 25 -'50 - 75 - 1.00 - Box 1.50
Seat Sale Tuesday, December 3-10 A.M.

WHITNEY

THE REXALL POLICY

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PRESENT
The Gripping Play of Today
THlE

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If a Rexall Remedy does not give satisfaction
every cent paid for it will be promptly refunded
The Kexail Drug Store
1. C..EDSILL, Proprietor
122 S. Main Street Prescription Specialists

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DEC.

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The new show coming
Tonight is on* of the big
treats of the season.
AN ALL STAR BILL

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d. 55-57
front of Michigan Union a
untlet. Finder please notify
7. 56
gin watch Thanksgiving day
n Oakland Ave., and Fair
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ress Tuxedo, and Prince Al-
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WEEK DECEMBER 2 MATS. Wed. and Sat
THE ABORN OPERA CO. Presents
THE CHIMES OF NORMANDY
Spectacular Production-Novel Effects-Big Clever Company-
Next Week --"BIFRD OF PARADISE"
UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.
Thursday, December 5.-Membership
dinner at the Michigan Union, 6:00
p. inl.
Friday, December 6.-=Annual Adelphi
Banquet at the Michigan Union,
6:00 p. in.
Friday, December 6.-Fresh engineer
smoker at the Michigan Union 7:30
p. m.
Saturday, December 7.-Membership
dance at the Michigan Union, 9:00
p. m.
Law Students May Explain Absences.,

A Travesty
" Kid Hamlet"
Presented by
Albert Hall & Company
THE DOHERTYS
Singing Duo
Miss Laura Davis
COMEDIENNE
HERMANY'S Wonderful
Cats and Dogs
TRAINED ANIMALS
Lew Welch & Co.
IN THA COMEDY
"Leviusky's Shoes"
MATINEE
FRI.
SAT. 3p m.s

Typewriter Repwdfrlz
I will meet dr beat any price made on atyp
D. F. WOODWARD
Ann Arbor Savings Bank Bldg. Second Floor

Ann Arbor, Mich.

Ph one1361-L
.writer, sale or rental.

Sp _irella Bonin
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Positively retains its shape admits of frequent laundering. It's flexible, un-
breakable and non-rusting. Beware. of initations.
Gertrude L. Rudd Groves Bldg., cr. State and Liberty. Entrance on Lib-
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Only the very latest and best of features shown here
Don't miss them 5c to All
Look up Washington Street for the Comique

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THE HOUSE OF STANDARD QUALITY
Designers of Men's Clothes

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DECEMBER, 12th
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Notice!
a.mma Phi Sorority's.
ing completed, there
eptionally fine suites and
om vacant at 1120 Was
within one block of
it greatly reduced rates. 5
n your dull razor blade
ened. Satisfaction gua
L. Switzer, 310 S. State1

,

new The attendance committee of the
are
one law faculty will hold its first meeting
shte- of the year on Friday afternoon from
the 4:00 to 6:00 o'clock in the secretary's
54-57 ofice. All students who have valid
excuses to offer for absences and
s to those who have been absent for a week
ran- or more are requested to see the com-
St. mittee at that time. . ,

AND THE

FIDDLE"

Ann Arbor Dyeaforks Redecorated 1912
Chinese and American Restaurant
French Dry and Ste am Cleaning Private rooms reserved for parties and ladies and
Bell 628 204 E. WashingtonSt gentlemen.
L. R. Wahl. Manaaenr 431. Stt. .St. Chop Stz.y

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leasure to wear clothes that are really fine, high-class thoroughbred clothes, for which you don't have to make any apologies. Ed. V. Price & Co.
t tailors in the world of GOOD made=to=order could use cheaper cloth, trimmings and workmanship and you would probably never know the
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lade exactly as you order it. Investigate the woolens.

FRED W. CROSS, 123 E. Liberty St.

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