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MUSIC AND DRAMA
An unusually comprehensive series
of programs has bee. arranged for the
Faculty concerts to be given this sea-
son by members of the faculty of the
University School of Music. As usual
six concerts will be given the first
semester; four of these will be known,
as faculty concerts, and two
will be given by the Uni-
versity Symphony orchestra un-
der the leadership of Mr. Samuel Pier-
son Lockwood. At these concerts solo
numbers will be given by various ar-
tists. In view of the growing impor-
tance of .the Faculty concerts, the pro-
grams for the year have been worked
out more carefully than formerly, thus
making each concert, while complete
in itself, a part of the series as a
whole.
The second concert will be held No-
vember 7, and will be given by Albert
Lockwood, William Howland, and An-
thony J. Whitmire, violinist. Mr. Whit-
mire is a new acquisition to the School
of Music faculty, having just returned
from three years' special work in Ber-
lin. Monday evening, November 18,
the University Symphony orchestra
will make its first appearance of the
year. With the wealth of
material which has already shown
up, the orchestra promises to surpass
the work which it has done in the
past.
The fourth concert will be given
Thursday, December 5. In the fifth
concert to be given January 9, the
newly formed string quartet, consist-
ing of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Lock-
wood, violinists, Anthony J. Whitmire,
viola, and Richard P. Hall, 'cellist, will
make its first appearance in Ann Ar-
bor. All four of these musicians have
done a great deal of ensemble
work. On this program William How-
land and Albert Lockwood will appear
also. The sixth concert will be given
Monday January 31, by the Symphony
orchestra.
-UNIVERSITY NOTICES (
Junior engineers out for practice
directly east of Ferry field at 8:00 a.
inz.
All candidates for spoh engineer
football team must have physical ex-
amination a 1:30 today. Practice
Monday 4:06 p. m. South Ferry field.
Candidates for .senior lit football
team must be examined by Dr. May.
Hours from 10-12 a. m. and 1:30-5:00
p. m.
Tryouts for girl's glee club. at the
School of Music, Wednesday, October
16, at 4:30.
Candidates for senior engineer foot-
ball team must be examined Monday
noon. Fooball practice every after-
noon at gymnasium today at5:00.
Junior lit class meeting at 4:30 in
west physics lecture room for the
election of student councilmen.
"Collegian Clothing," a large assort-
ment of Adler's Collegian Clothes for
collegr men on sale at Allen's Good'
Clothes Store. Main St.
"Underwear."
The right kind of underwear at the
right price on sale at Allen's Good
Clothes Store. Main St.

WILL SOON CALL FOR TRYOUTS.
Coach Douglas to Start Soccer Prac-
tice When Class Football Be-
gins.
Coach Douglas will issue his first
call for soccer candidates about one
week after the interclass football ser-
ies begins. The Athletic association has
not yet decided whether every class will
be given an opportunity to enter a
team or whether it will be limited to
" one team from each department. Many
students have signified their intentions
of participating in the foot work, and
Coach Douglas looks forward to keen
competition for posiions on the sev-
eral teams. Soccer will give the light
men an equal chance with the heavy-
weights, for although weight is a valu-
able asset, speed and accuracy with
the feet are the main essentials. Coach
Douglas will teach the game to the
beginners and have full charge of the
squads.
ASS'T.-DIRECTOR OF BARBOUR
GYMNASIUM GOES TO CHINA.
Miss Evelyn T. Derry, former assist-
ant director of Barbour gymnasium,
has been sent by the National Y. W.
C. A. to China, where she will assume
a responsible position in one of the
greatest physical training institutions
at Shanghai. Miss Derry sailed from
New York city on October 1, and will
reach Shanghai on the first of Novem-
ber.
Teachers Association Meets Today.
Members of the executive committee
of the Michigan State Teachers asso-
ciation will meet in Ann Arbor Satur-
day morning to arrange for the meet-
ing of the association at Grand Rap-
ids, October 31 and November 1. The
committee will have dinner at the
Michigan Union and attend the foot-
ball game in the afternoon. Prof. C. 0.
Davis, of the education department is
the local member of the committee.
Design and conventional decoration
of China taught by Mrs. Jacquet, 443
Dennison St. Both day and evening
classes. 10 11
Raincoats.
A new line of rain coats just receiv-
ed, combining quality and style at
right price. Allen's Good Clothes
Store. Main St.
All cars in the future will stop at
Goodyear Drug Store. 1-4-7-10
Where can we buy popular music
at the right prices? Why, at Grinnell
Bros. They sell it at ten cents per
copy. 120 and 122 E. Liberty.St 8-13
FOR SALE.
For Sale-Ladies black winter suit
latest pattern, in thoroughly good
condition, size 38. Only slightly
used. Inquire 701 Forest Ave. 9-10
LOST
Lost-Thursday between Alumni hall
and library, a back comb with a
gold rim. Will finder please return
same to desk at library. 10
Lost-A gold cuff link with the initial
R. Finder please mail or returl to
710 E. Ann St. 8--10
FOR RENT
For Rent-One room for one person,
steam heated, with all conveniences.
No other students. 727 Forest.
First house north of Hill St. 10-11
For Rent-Very desirable suite 'one

block from campus. Phone 436-L.
211 S. Ingalls. 10
For Rent-Very desirable suite of
rooms; one block west of campus.
All modern conveniences. Rates
$3.50. 514 E. Jefferson St. Phone
1556-J. 8-9-10
FURNISHED ROOM.
Nice clean single room in private
home, modern, no other roomers; for
gentleman of good habits. 411 E. Wil-
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Main St.
Your father used to give your moth-
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day appreciate it too. Tel. 57.
For a gym suit or football outfit try
Wahr's University Bookstore. 1 to 10
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS, new
slightly used or rebuilt, for sale or
rent. 0. D. MORRILL over Baltimore
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