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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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J. KARL MALCOLM
MALCOLM BLOCK 604 EAST LIBERTY

For Twelve Years

The Sign of Satisfaction

TO PICKME FO
MIMEIS'_YARIE1 TIES
"Spotlight Vaudeville" Preliminaries
Will be Held Thursday in
Adelphi Rooms
ATTEMPT TO DRAW OUT TALEN T
Preliminary tryouts for the "Spot-
light Vaudeville" to be given by the
Mimes of the Michigan Union will be
held at 8:00 o'clock Thursday night
in the Adelphi rooms, fourth floor of
University hall. They will take place
immediately after glee club rehearsal,
to make it convenient for glee club
men to attend. "Spotlight Vaudeville"
is a series of skits which are to be
presented in the nature of a profes-
sional vaudeville show on December
11, at 7:30 o'clock in Hill auditorium.
Everybody with any ability what-
ever is wanted for the tryouts. A
wide variety of acts is desired, and
special attention will be paid to acts
and skits that have not been seen
before in campus productions. All
members of the Mimes are requested
to be present at the tryouts to act
as judges. More men will be selected
in the open tryouts than will be used
in the production, the final elimina-
tions being made later on.
Skit writers are urged to work up
anything that they feel would be de-
sirable for the show. Any contribu-
tions of this sort must be mailed to
General Chairman C. L. Kendrick, '15,
717 E., Huron street, not later than
Thursday, November 26.
J. S. Leonard, '16L, has been ap-
pointed chairman of the finance com-
miittee.Chester ,H. ang, '15, will
have charge-of the publicity ; for the
production.
TREAT OF EUROPEAN WAR IN
FIRST COSMOPOLITAN STUDENT

Orpheum Theatro
House of Famous Plays by Famous Players
Thurs.-Fri., Nov. 12-13 - Hobart Bos-
worth in "The Pursuit of the Phan-
toms," by Hobart Bosworth.
Sat., Nov. 14-Regular mixed program.
"Col. Heezaliar, Explorer" (Bray
Cartoon Comedy).
Pathe Weekly, containing War Notes
and World's Championship Base-
ball Series, 1914.
Mon.-Tues., Nov. 16-17-Mr. Sessue
Hayakawa in "The Typhoon" as di-
dected by Mr. Thos. Ince.
Wed., Nov. 18-Wm. Elliott (late Star
of "Madame X") in "The Fortune
Hunter" by Winchell Smith.
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PHONE MAJESTIC THEATRE EHONE
111WHERE EVERYBODY COES 1701
Mon. Tues. Wed. Nov 16,17,18
Two great shows you cannot afford to miss
MI5NLO MOOKE' S
"Happy Incidents of Learning Days"
Judson Cole B"Baron von Milwaukee"
"The Gay Deceiver" George Fredo
"Talkative Trickster" "A Wee Bit 'Scoch" "Famous GermanC
Musical Comedian"
MARRIOTT TROVP
5-People-5 Two Ladies and T.hree Gentlemen 5-People-S
"The Most Thrilling novelty act ever shown." The Only Girl
in the world riding the Propeller of a Monoplane while revolv-
ing at Lightning Speed. "SOME ACT"
Oh!! Look who's here Thursday
HAL JOHNSON
"iT he Little Modiste""
Lots tf Girls Lots VF Pap Lots f F.un
Big Chorus Girls Contest Eriday
RESERVE YOUR SEATS NOW
Four (4) Matinees Every Week--Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday,
Saturday. An entire New Show every Monday and Thursday.
Ladies Souvenir Matinee every Tuesday and Friday. School
Children's Matinee every Saturday. Any Child under 12,---5c.
Coming- CARTER"-The Great American Magician
fteserve Yovur Sat. For Thn kaglvtng-Mathnes and Night

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BROADWAY AND JOHN R.
DETROIT
-where the U. of M. spirit
is manifest and "M" men are
taken care of. Go to The
Edelweiss for your luncheon
when in Detroit, Soc. Also for
your Dinner or after-the-
theatre Supper. And we make
a specialty of U. of M. Ban-
quets. Dancing from 6 to 8:30
and 10 to 12:30. Delightful
music - orchestral and voice.
Cuisine unexcelled, and Ser-
vice the best. A royal wel-
come awaits "M" men at any
hour of the day or night at

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$2.00, $2.50
$3.00, $3.50
EVERY HAT GUARANTEED

AY EVENING

November 20

Klaw & Erlanger's Massive Production
75 PEOPLE 75

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shape of the head. A hat shaped
to fit the head gives comfort to
the w-aver and makes a much
neater appearance than an ill
fitting hat. We shape all hats to
fit the head perfectly, without
any extra charge whatever.

Friday. The
tle Creek on

players leave for Bat-
the 11:42 o'clock car

Present Sides of All Antagonists
Struggle in Number Which
Appears Today

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Articles featuring the European war
and the Panama-Pacific International
exposition, will feature the initial
number of the Cosmopolitan Student
which will be on sale at news stands
and bookstores, tomorrow morning.
Prof. Walter Schukling of* Marburgh
university, Germany; Prof. Gilbert
Chinard of the University of Califor-
nia, and Prof. Fritz H. Kruger of Cal-
ifornia, have contributed articles
bringing out the "whys and where-
forss" of the war from the German, the
French, and the English viewpoints,
respectively. "The Amelioration of
Warfare" by Edward Elliott, of Cali-
fornia, and "Civilization and the War
in Europe" byProf..I W. Howerth are'
among other articles dealing with the
war.
Secretary A. L. Cowell of the Bu-
reau of Conventions and Societies of
the Panama-Pacific International Ex-
position has contributed an illustrated
article on the great fair to be held in
San Francisco next summer.
Copies of this number of the Cosmo-
politan Student will be sent to all new
foreign students and to the professors
of the university.'
SOCCER TEAM HAS TWO GAMES
REMAINING ON ITS SCHEDULE
Will Play Battle Creek Normal Friday
at Battle Creek, and Here
Thanksgiving

MWAWMNM

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thitney Theatre
I. & THURSDAY Nov 9
tiees and Nights '
Most Spectacular and Unique
Motion Picture Feature Film
ever Produced

PARTICULAR LAUNDRY
FOR
PARTICULAR
PEOPLE
CITY LAUNDRY
THOS. ROWE, Prop.
406 Detroit St. Phone 457-M
Areade Theatre
Tuesday, November 17
A Gentleman from
Mississi ppi'
A Great Political Drama, Produced by
Wmn. A. Brady.

Friday.
MOTION PICTURES OF DEANS
WILL FEATURE BAND BENEFIT
Motion pictures of the deans of the
various departments are now being
made for use at the entertainment
which will be given in Hill auditorium
next Monday, Tuesday. and Wednes-
day nights, under the auspices of the
Varsity band. The band itself will
not play at this entertainment, the
only musical number on the program
being an imitation of, "talking mov-
ies."
According to the present plans of
the organization, the next appearance
of the band will be at the Detroit
alumni smoker, which is to be tend-
ered the football team at the Board
of Commerce building next Saturday
night.
Regular rehearsals have not been
announced as yet, 'but it is expected
that at least one rehearsal each week
will be held during the winter. An
effort will be made to arrange for the
appearance of the band at dances.
Under the direction of Mr. H. E. Rich-
ards, of Detroit, a large amount of
concert and dance music is being pre-
pared.
GIGANTIC PROJECT
STARTS TOMORROW
(Continued from page 1).
students in Newberry hall. At 8:00
o'clock there will be a faculty confer-
ence.
The department speakers have been
engaged for one day only. At 4:30
o'clock they will addresshthe students
of the department in which they are
interested. They will take dinner in
the evening at 6:00 o'clock with the
faculty members of the department,
and at 8:10 o'clock will be ready for
personal interviews.

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Prices: Main Floor $1.50, $.00-Balcony 75c, 50oc-Gallery 25c

Scat Sale Starts
Thurs., io A. M.

Whitney Theatre

Augustus Pitou Jr., Presents the Favorite Aotor-Singos'
FISKE O'HAIRA
Iu His Latest comedy Success-
JACK'S ROMANCE
A vivid picture of irish Life in the 18th century--a splendid acting company-Rich and beautiful costumes
HEAR O'HARA SING
"The Highwayman," "You and I," "Colleen Machree," and "Killarney"

FACTORY HAT STORE
118 Eat o Street

Near Allenel Hotel

W. W. MANN, Prep.

Saturday Night
November 21

IPrices ased
F. L. HALL, 514 E. William 125e-4. GARRICK a||at*..
Phone 2225 DETROIT
PEGods Called Fo1l Marie Dressler
PRESSING a.. .eliered
Ina Her Farce Success-
NO LOSS BY IRE "6A Mix-Up"

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FOR RENT-Nicely furnished suite of
rooms, location very central, well
heated, good bath, everything first
class. Room for three or four per-
sons. 1221 Willard St., Phone 1643-
M. 43-4-5
LOST--Gold bar pin on Saturday. Call
390. 43
University Ave. Pharmacy, Drugs
and Toilet Articles. tf
University Ave. Pharmacy. Eastman
Films all sizes. tf

Order HILL'S SWEET
CIDER Phone 2140
Why not have it deli ered regularly.bi or tri
weekly ? Maniy do. Always fresh. No preser-
vatives used. Visit the mill at the orchard.
KENMORE BROOK ORCHARDS
Not Here Long.
$1.50 Pennant and $2.50 Pillow
$1.75 for the two.
410 State-Opp. University Hall.
LOST-On Friday night a pair of eye-
glasses and an extra lens in a black
case. Duffield, 131. 43-4

oft
e Destruction of Sakura-Jima
'm. HClifford and Thos. H.fInce

Coming the Last of the week-
"Samson"
Also "The Merchant of Venice"

in Six Parts

nees at 2:30
7:30 and 9:00

All Seats 100-

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O.S.U. Gets Homeopathic Pharmacist
Miss Jessica Herrod, pharmacist at
the homeopathic hospital, has been
appointed superintendent of nurses in
the hospital of the newly established
homeopathic department at Ohio State
University.
LOST-At Penn Game, a ladies black
pony fur hat on or near Ferry field.
Suitable reward will be given if re-
turned to Daily office. 42-5
522 will bring a Holmes Taxi to
your door at any hour. tf

Michigan's fast soccer team still has
two games on this fall's schedule, both
with Battle Creek Normal. The first
of these will be played Friday at Bat-
tle Creek, while the second affair will
take place on Ferry field, Thanksgiv-
ing day.
Coach McCall was well pleased with
the performance of his charges against
the Interlaken school last Saturday,
and the points which Michigan amass-
ed leads him to believe that the team
will finish the season without the taste
of defeat.
Battle Creek always presents a for-
midable soccer team, and the local
players are not underrating its ability,
despite the confidence in the local
camp. The injuries suffered by Mc-
Call in Saturday's game are coming
around in good style, and it is expect-
ed that Michigan will be able to put
her strongest lineup on the field this

TO-DAY

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Order for

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Stationery

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42 inch pennants of
erent colleges--2 for 75c.
State-Opp. University Hall.

Students' Supply Store

1111 S. University Ave.

Phone 16OR

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