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burg, Pa.,- today, where he will appear
in a joint concert tomorrow night with
Helen Stanley cf the Chicago-Phila-
delphia Opera company. The recital
will be given before the Pittsburg Art
society in the Carnegie Music audi-
torium.
The program to be given is as fol-
lows:
Lungi....................Gallone
o Cessate di piagarmi . . . Scarlatti
Che Fiero Costume........Legtenzi
Mr. Harrison
Aria de Lia from "L'Enfapnt Pred-
igue".................... Debussy
Miss Stahley
Der Newgierige .......... Schubert
Biterolf.............. ....Wolf
Am Sonntag Morgen .. .....Brahms
Bostschaft................Brahms
Mr. Harrison
Naclitigall................Brahms
Wi'Melodien..........,..Brahms
Standchen................Brahins
Nacht ...................Strauss
Caecilie..................Strauss
Miss Stanley
Wind and Lyre'.._......Harriet Ware.
A Winter Song... ...J. H. Rogers
When the Roses Bloom ..........
.Louise Reichardt
A Birthday ............I4. H. Cowen
Mr. Harrison
The Hour Glass .... H T. Burleigh
Down in the Forest (By request)..
... Landon Ronald
The Place of Dreams (Dedicated to
Miss Stanley) ..... Hsrold O. Smith
Call Me No Morn. .Charles W. Cadman
Miss Stanley
Duet from "Pagliacci ' Silvio and
Nedda-.............. Leoncavallo
Miss Stanley and Mr. Harrison.
Harold Osborn Smith will be the ac-
companist.

Thurs.-Fri., Nov. 12-13 - Hobart Bos-
worth in "The Pursuit of the Phan-
toms," by Hobart Bosworth.
Sat., Nov. 14-Regular mixed program.
"001. 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.
BROADWAY AND JOHN R.
DETROIT
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is manifest and "M" men are
taken care of. Go to The
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when in Detroit, Soc. Also for
your Dinner o r after-the-
theatre Supper. And we make
a specialty of U. of M. Ban-
quets. Dancing from 6 to 8:30
and Io to 12:30. Delightful
music - orchestral and voice.
Cuisine unexcelled, and Ser-
vice the best. A royal wel-
come awaits "M" men at any
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Earl V. Moore will -give his third
organ recital of the Faculty concert
series, at Hill auditorium this after-
noon. The program will consist- of
ten numbers 'selected from a variety
of classical pieces. The public, and
especiall-, students of the university
and of the University school of musis,
are invited to attend.
The program follows:
Organ Concert in F (first movement)
....; . Handel
Madrigal................ Lenare
Intermezzo................Hollins
Fantasii in E .............West
VorspeiU "Parsifal".........Wagner
Introduction 3rd Act "Lohengrin"..
....... .......... ......... W agner
Offertoire..... . .... . .....Vincent
Scherzo................Hoffman
Selection "Madam Butterfly" .Puccini
March--"Poimp and Circumstance".
.. . ... ... ... Elgar
GOOD FELLOWSHIP COMMITTEE
OF FRESH LITS TO BE NAMED

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EmmaTrentini.
Every department in the theatrical
machine controlled by the Messrs.
Shubert has been directed for the
past three months toward the produc-
tion of the new operatta, "The Peas-
ant Girl," which comesto the Garrick
theater, Detroit, next week, beginning
Monday night, with Madame Emma
Trentini as the star. This is the work
of Rudolph Friml, composer of "Hig
Jinks," and that other Trentini suc-
cess, "The Firefly." Friml has al-
ready proved his particular ability at
taking advantage of the wonderful
range in quality of Trentini's voice.
It is said that he has quite outdone
himself in this latest composition.
LIST PROSPECTIVE GRADUATES
Names of All Senior Lits with Credits
Required Posted
Lists of 510dprospective seniors of
the literary department have been
posted on the official bulletin board
in University hall by Registrar. Ar-
thur G. Hall.
All students in the department are.
included who, at the beginning of
the present school year. had a suf-
ficient number of hours to their cred-
it to enable them to complete the re-
quirements for graduation in Febru-
ary, June, or at the end of the next
Mummer' session.rThetotal number
of prospective graduates shows a
large, increase over former years.
Cards have been sent out to mem-
bers of the senior class informing,
them of their standing. it is request-'
ed that any errors in the number of
credits be adjusted at once in the
office of Registrar Hall.

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-Prof. J. R. Allen, of the engineering
department. delivered an extension
lecture on "Turkey and Its People,"
in Midland, Mich., last night.
-Mr. Ray K. Immel, of the oratory
department, will go to Rockfort, Ill.,
Friday, where he will give a lecture-
recital, on the university extension
circuit. His subject will be "The
Servant in the House,"
-Prof. Henry C. Adams of the eco-
nomics department has been caljed to
Washington., D. C., by the Interstate
Commerce Commission. He ,,ill re-
turn the latter part of the week.
-Mr. Willard Beahan, of Cleveland,
Ohio, will be the speaker at the soph
engineer assembly, which will be
held this morning at 9:00 o'clock in
room 348 ef the engineering building.
-E. C. Hasse, '14E, has been appoint-
ed to a position in the government
recalamation service in Wyoming.
-Prof. Thomas C. Trueblood, of the
department, of oratory, was in Jack-
son, last night. where he gave a re-
cital of "Ingomar," in the university
extension lecture course.
-Prof. H. E. Riggs, of the engineer.
ing department, who has been in
Kansas for the past week, returned
to Ann Arbor yesterday. Prof. Riggs
brought his father and mother back
with him and expects them to make
their home here.
-There will be a Wright Saxaphone
dance at Granger's academy next Fri-
day night. Mr. E. F. Hughitt, '15E, and
Mrs. Hughitt will act as chaperones
at the affair. Tickets may be had by
calling 236 or 1016.
MICHIGAN FOOTBALL COACHES
LEAVE FOR WINTER QUARTERS
'.three Michigan coaches left for
their respective homes yestErday.
Coach Fieldng H. Yost and his fam-
iydeparted for Nashville, Teri:...
vrhere he will spend the winter. As-
sistant Coach Schulz left for his home{
in Fort Wayne. Reserve Coach Cole
left for Toledo, where he will stay a
short time, later going on east. HA
will spend the last half of the win-
ter in Mor.tar:a.
Prof. Raselbacher Returns From East
Prof. H G. Raschbacher of the en-
gineering department has returned
from Washington, D. C., where he
started the actual field work on a re-
port to the District of Columbia, re-
garding the disposal of waste in the
city of Washington. "'

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All Seats 10c.
UDEUTSCHER VEREIN INCREASES
MEMBERSHIP BY 45 NEW MEN
Students elected to membership in
the Deutscher Verein at a recent bus-
iness meeting of that society, are as
follows:
Men: Emil Anneke, '17, W. T. Ad=
arcs,. '17, Robert J. Burghard, '17, John
W. Codd, '17, Bernahard H. Dawson,
'16, Waldemar A. John, '16, ['red A.
McMahon, '16, Harold L. Humphreys.
'16, Morris B. Sonnenschein, '15. Er-
win W. Weber, '16, Samuel Walpe4,
'17, Walter F. Bach, '17, Wm. C. Ed-
wards, '17, Guy E. Sawyer, '17.E, and
Verne Slovcm. '15.
Women: Elsa W. Apfel, '16, Edith
D. Austin, lit special, Thusnelda C.
Diaiiammer, '17, Mi'dred M. Blumen-
thal, '16, Mary L. Clark, '15, Hilda C.
Dieterle, '17. Grace I. Fletcher, '16,
Ethyl M. Fc.x, '15, H. Hermine Haller
'15, Euthyr-la J. Hildner, '17, Marga-
ret M. Henkel, '17, Alice E. Johnson.
'16, Henrietta V. Kromer, '15, Della C
Laubengayer, '17, Rose M. Mayer, '15,
Elsie M. Paul, '17, Sclma A. Lindell,
'16, Ruie Pinney, '15, Dorothy M. Peet
'15, Florence H. Powers, '16, Gertrude
Soifer, '17, Edna L. Schumacher, '16,
Jessie I. Spence, '16, Lillian V. Wright,,
'15, Frieda E. Wuerful, '17, Laura
Wolverton, '15, Ellen V Nord, '15, He;
ena A. Buetler, '15, A. Leone Giesk(,.
'15, Karolina M. Fox, '15.
Initiation will take place at the
next meeting of the Verein to be held
at 7:30 o'clock, November 27, in the
Verein rooms, after which thesociety
will adjourn to Barbour gymnasium
where a dance will be held.

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Fresh lits are to Continue the fight
stnrted last year to secure a better
and more intimate 'cquaintance be-
tween first year men, by -appointing
a "good-fellowship" committee of fif-
teen misen. The object of the com-
mittee will be-to give freshmen on the
campus 'the "glad hand," and to see
that all men attending class smokers
or dinners become acquainted with
their classmates. The appointments
t'o the committee will be' announced at

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A vivid picture of Irish Life in;thei th century.
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and "Killarney."

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Thursday morning at 10:00

Railroad Official to- Speak at Meeting
Mr. W. F. Beahan, chief engineer of
the Lake Shore and Michigan South-.
ern -Railway company?,' will speak at
a senh engineer class meeting to be
held in rocm 348, engineering build-
ing, at 9:00 o'clock this morning. All
members of the classes are urged to
4ttend.
Members of the treasurer's auxili-
ary committee to be announced at the
meeting' are: F. B. Lowry, chairman,
E. M. Mead, M. Nickols, R. E. Sevin,
M. P. Burkholder, H. R. Scovill, H. E.
Thompson, E. J. Herrick, E. A. Thom-
as, A. N. gook, H. Snyder; and R.
B'irdsell.

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