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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

MUSIC AND DRAMA.

i the Highest Grade, Best Fitting
NALMS Sen an
NASImmm ,HAAE or omen

CO 0TO

rfields Main St.'

We have them
0 per pair

with Rubber or Felt Soles from 85c to

P.aIace of Sweets
Down Town
I r LET
TRUBEEY
2 Ir rnish' the Ice Crsm

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Attention to Frm tsrniti#s
r hrnd Sororities
ON MAIN STREET

,%.k r co e y Dancing Class every
~kard Academy : sd
Tuesday and Friday
n., Register at Academy for Children's afternoon class. Private
tes. Mon. and Tues. $12, Series $10: Wed. and Thur. $14, Series
and Sat. $15, Series $14, Phone 18500 5701L

Faculty Recital Friday.
On Friday evening at 8:00 o'clock in
the School of Music concert room Mr.
Dotterweich and Mr. Whitmire of the
faculty will give the second faculty
recital of the season. The program
will be as follows:
Sonata Opus 13, G major.... .Grieg
Mr. Whitmire and Mr. Dotterweich
Fantasia F minor ..........Chopin
Mr. Dotterweich
Meditation from Thais .... Massenet
Son of the Puezta..........Keler-Bela
Mr. Whitmire
Sonetto del Petrarca............Liszt
Nocturne (for left hand alone)......
.....Scriabine
Caprice Espagnol Opus 3'7........
....Moszkowsky
Mr. Dotterweich
SOPH LITS TO HOLD POST
ELECTION DANCE SATURDAY
Soph lits will hold a post election
dance in Barbour gymnasium Satur-
day afternoon from 2:00 until 5:00
o'clock. The elections for class offi-
cers will be held Saturday morning
and the dance will afford an excellent
opportunity for the new officers to
get acquainted with the mem-
bers of the class. As has been the
custom at aftern'oon parties the wom-
en will come unescorted. The com-
mittee in charge has planned several
new stunts for the occasion. The
chaperons will be Prof. and Mrs. Ran-
kin, Miss Bigelow and Miss Sawtelle.
Candy of quality at Huyler's agen-
cy, 214 S. Main St. tf
FRESH LIT PICTURE TAKEN AT
NOON TODAY IN FRONT OF MEMO-
RIAL HALL. 20
1912 Pierce motorcycles to be sold
to make room for 1913 material. Some
good prices. Postal to Pierce agency
1605 Wells St. will get you next. 19-20
We set glass in all parts of the city.
Phone C. H. Major & Co. 20-22
Charlie, the Barber has moved to 619
E. Liberty St. tf]
See our line of small musical instru-
juents and get prices, before buying;
it will pay you. Grinnell Bros., 120-
122 E. Liberty. 17-22
Charlie, the Barber has moved to 619
E. Liberty St. tf
FRESH LIT PICTURE TAKEN AT
NOON TODAY IN FRONT OF MEMO.
T1A12 HALL. 20

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THEATRICAL CIRCLES
"The Prim".
One of the most interesting events
of the present theatrical season will
be the appearance of Edna Marshall,
a gifted emotional actress, in "The
Price" at the Whitney theater on Tues-
day, October 29. It treats of the eter-
nal question of the penalty a wom-
an must always pay for indulgences
which the world smiles at in a man.
It is said that by her superb acting in
he role of Ethel Toscani,Miss Marshall
is setting a standard which the young-
er generations of players will find
difficult to'reach.
"Passers-By."
C. Haddon Chambers' successful
comedy, "Passers-By" has been spoken
of as "a page from life," so truly has
the author drawn his types. Charles
Frohman is using "Passers-By" for
the first stellar tour of Charles Cher-
ry under his management and will pre-
sent Mr. Cherry in the play at the
Whitney theater Monday, October 28.
At the Majestie.
The entire program at the Majestic
theater will be changed tonight. The
chief interest in the new show will
centre in the act of the Saxon troupe,
seven sensational dancers from the
Palace Music hall, London. James
McCann wil offer a one act playlet;
Maggie LeClair, a character comedi-
enne, will sing, and three musicians
known as Miskel, Hunt and Miller will
play the piano and sing. A matinee
will be given Friday and Saturday af-
ternoons at 3:00 °o'clock.
ARTIST ENTERTAINS SORORITY.
Madame Schumann-Ileink Gives Tea
For Mu Phi Epsilon.
Madame Ernestine Schumann-Heink
entertained by the members of the Mu
Ph Epsilon sorority, of which she is an
honorary member, at the Hotel Allen-
el, after the concert Tuesday evening.
She shook hands with all her "sis-
ters" as she called them, and apolo-
gized for her inability to "serve tea"
in the approved style. "If I am able to
attend any social functions when I
am here in the spring, I promise to
give you my preference," said Mad-
ame as she shook hands with them
for the third time.
KALAMAZOO BARRISTER WILL
TALK TO UPPERCLASS LAWS.
Mr. Dallas Boudeman, of the Kala-
mazoo bar, will- begin a series of lec
tures on "Statutory Construction" and
"Michigan Statute Law" next Monday.
The lectures will be given in room G
of the law building and will be open to
juniors and seniors. The time for the
lectures will be 4:00 p. m. for the
one on "Statutory Construction" and
5:00 p. m. for the other. The lectures
will be continued throughout the
week at the same hours.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
,Junior medic class meets Friday,
11:00 a. m. West amphitheater.
PAINTED WINDOW TO APPEAR
FIRST WEEK IN NOVEMBER
The second issue of the Painted
Window, Michigan's literary maga-
zine, will appear the first week in No-
vember. This issue, designated the
football number, will open with a
rousing football story. The conven-

tional cover design of the magazine
will be harmoniously colored with yel-
low and blue.
Several short stories, and an abun-
dance of good editorials, and poems
will go to make the remainder of
the magazine a number well worth
reading, and a record sale is erect-
ed.
FRESH LIT PICTURE TAKEN AT
NOON TODAY IN FRONT OF MEMO.
RIAL HALL. 20

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nlavlevs i n 1,, Fall Millinery at popular
--- prices. Hair Goods a
specialty. Bell Phone 1390-J E.' E. HATLEY, 206 E. Liberty Street
Spalding and Webber Sweaters R"ll Colars"lClr
Absolutely wind and rain proof, Mackinaw's Ulsters in
different tyles. The only Ulster in town'that speaks
for itself.
Varsity Toggery Shop
1 107 S. University Ave. Phone 1 60-L E. J. LOHR, Proprietor

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country. Everything ne-
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or our 1ikal and Winter Catalogue
n-'s offcmial FootBallGuide, v)12
d by waiter Camp. Containing
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andsof plaiyers, etc. Price, 10 cts.
SPALDING & BROS.
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Student, "going to
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'MPLE"?

MAJUSTIJ C
Starting Tonight
MATINEES
TUES. FRI,
WED. 3 P. M . SAT.
Saver.
Saxon Dancers
Sensational European Act
FROM PALACE MUSIC HALL, LONDON
Character Comedienne
MAK GELECLAIR
Original Irish Biddie
NESTOR and DAHLBERG
"SAME STORY IN A DIFFERENT WAY"
MISKEL, HUNT and MILLER
Musical Singing Act
A GIRL WITH A BOY'S VOICE
EXTRA ATTRACTION
Mr. and Mrs.Jas, R.McCann
AND COMPANY
I In the One Act Comedy,
"UNCLE CHARLES OF CHARLESTON"
Election Returns
Tues. Nov. 5
Big Double Shows That Night
Coining Soon--Casino Girls

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Made in
All Heights and Styles
Try Them

ALSO
THE HOUSE OF STANDARD QUALITY

SHIR

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The largest and finest stock in theI

city. Goodyear's Drug Store.

3 tf

Ind Student,
Hazel"?

"witch

Charlie's Barber Shop is now open
at 619 E. Liberty, tf
Charlie's Barber Shop is now open
at 619 E. Liberty. tf
Wanted College Representativs-Two
students to take up old line insur-
ance work among fellow students.
Splendid opportunity for right men.
Address or call No. 410 National
Bank Building. 19-25
LOST
Lost-Leather I. P. Note book No. 507
with notes. Leave at University
Pharmacy or call Bell phone 416.
Lost-Person who took raincoat from
dent building lobby Friday after-
noon between 2:00 and 5:00 return
to 717 Arbor St. and avoid trouble.
Lost-Plain black pair of trousers on
State street between 11:00 and 12:00
today. Finder please call 1050-J. 20
FOR RENT
For Rent-Small suite finely located
1116 Washtenaw Ave. For price of
single room. 14-20
For Rent-Nice front suite for two
young men of good habits, no other
roomers. 411 E. Williaims St. Phone
1497. tf

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,711 N. University

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Suits c Plaa.Skirts 35C

Des igers of Men's Clothes

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Ann Arbor Dye Works
French Dry and Steam Cleaning

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Follow the Sign-

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Gloves, ewceptional values at....................................$1.50 and up to $2.50
Shirts, most unusual values, at...................................................$1.00
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