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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY,(

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- Rochester

WHAT'S GOING ON
TODAY
8 o'clock-Pre-festival concert seat
sale at Hill auditorium.
11 o'clock-E. R. C. meeting in room
348, Engineering building.
2:30 o'clock-Michigan-Case foot-
ball game on Ferry field.
7 o'clock-Upper Room Bible class
meets at 444 South State street.

FOR LIBERTY

University of Pittsburg.
experienced quarterback,
bly be at the helm of the

Conzelman, A warm welcome and perfect
will proba- vice at Wahr's University Books
"Tar" team. -Adv.

The finest ready-to-wear clothing in
America for the civilian or soldier.

The following casualties are report-
ed in today's casualty list, by the Com-
manding General of the American Ex-
peditionary Forces: Killed in ac-
tion,56; missing in action, 33; wound-
ed severely, 157; died of wounds, 18;
died of disease, 5; died from aero-
plane accident, 1. Total,.270.
Sailors Will Play Pittsburg
Great Lakes, Ill., Oct. 4. - Twenty-
six strong, the Great Lakes football
squad is in Pittsburg today for the
opening battle of the season with the

PIANOS, VICTROLAS AND RECORDS, MARTIN
GUITARS, MANDOLINS AND UKULELES
AND ALL MUSICAL SUPPLIES AT
Schaeberle & Son's Music House
110 S. MAIN STREET PHONE 254-Fl

WDLER-ROCHESTER OVER
SERVICE COAT

SEAS

7:30 o'clock-Social
gational church.
7:30 o'clock-Social
church.
8 o'clock-Social at
church.-
8 o'clock-Episcopal
Harris hall, State and

at the Congre-
at the Baptist
the Methodist
reception at
Huron streets.

We are the exclusive
Arbor for this famous
and look it over.

agents in Ann
coat. Drop in

ri hi a i

Lutz Clothing Store
217 South Main Street

of the University of Michigan are
inspect our new line of

cordially invited to

FALL SUITS
and
TOP COATS

TOMORROW
3 o'clock-Open house at the Michi-
gan Union.
3 o'clock-Christian Science lecture
by Frank Bell at the Whitney Thea-
ter.
6:30 o'clock-Young peoples' meet-
ings at the Presbyterian, Methodist,
Baptist, Unitarian, and Congregational
churches.
7: 30 o'clock-Wesleyan guild lec-
ture by Dr. Walter A. Jessup at the
Methodist church.
BULGARIAN KING ABDICATES;
AUSTRIA NOW FAVORS PEACE
(Continued from Page One)
that the Americans have advanced two
miles in the forest and on the eastern
side are slowly pressing northward.
Throughout this entire region the
Germans are resisting most stubborn-
ly.
Italians Make Big Gains
In the mountain region in northern
Italy the Italians on several sectors
have attacked and defeated the Aus-
trians, while in Albania the Austr.-
Hungarians are in fast retreat before
the Italian army. The Semni river in
western Albania has been crossed and
the enemy supply center invaded. In
Palestine the Turks have been driven
far beyond Damascus with the British
in close pursuit.
S. A. T. C. Lient. Dies at Iowa City
Second Lieut. Robert E. Dunhan of
Iowa City, Iowa, who was to report
here for duty in the students' army
training corps, died Thursday from
pneumonia. This is the first death in
the organization since it was estab-
lished here last April.

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wse will make for you

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st materials, newest models, newest
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colorings,

and

L

Women Laboratory Assistants
iew of the increased demand for
d women assistants for the work
laboratories in the army and
blic health service, Dr. F. G:
of the hygienic laboratory will
courses available immediately
otherwise would not begin un-
second or third quarters. Two
ourses are open for election by

the junior and senior women of the
literary college. These are: hygiene
(lectures) and bacteriology (labora-
tory). Further details will be pub-
lished on the bulletin board of the
bacteriology laboratory.
Drawing instruments and engineers'
supplies at Wahr's University Book-
store.-Adv.

J. KARL MALCOLM'
604 E. Liberty St. Malcolm Block
Let us Fill Your Wants-We Have the "Stuff" and Our Prices
are Right-Everything a Student Needs
TheStu~dents' Supply Store
1111 S. University Opposite Engineering Arch L. C. Schleede, Prop.

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m

Caruso

is

Coming,

Saturday,

October

19th

F

SPECIAL NOTICE-To make it possible for members of the S. A. T. C. to
attend this "all star" series of concerts, the programs are being arranged
for Saturday evenings instead of on the days announced elsewhere.

LEOPOLD GODOWSKY, Pianist
DECEMBER

ENRICO CARUSO, Tenor
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19

LEOPOLD GODOWSKY
"Distinguished Russian Pianist"

TOSCHA SEIDEL, Violinist
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8
TOSCHA SEIDEL
Russian Violinist
This young man is well known in Europ-
ean music centers and has made a sensation
in his few American appearances. He is
the third of Auer's wonderful pupils, and by
many is considered the greatest.

ENRICO CARUSO
"The Greatest Singer of All Times"
Assisted by
NINA 31O1axA tA_
Metropolitan Oper- Soprano
ELIA S BREE SKIN
Russian Violinist
This constitutes one of Caruso's very few
concert engagements this year. Ann Arbor-
ites will have opportunity to hear this
"world singer" at his best in a program of
arias. "songs and duets.

This great master will
Arbor for the first time.
of the greatest, a position
ed for many years.

be heard in Ann
He ranks as one
he has maintain-

ALL TICKETS EXEMPT FROM WAR TAX
COURSE TICKETS, including Caruso concert (with $3.00 Festival coupon) $4.50, $5.00, $5.50, $6.
MAIL ORDERS, now being received, will be filled first, in order of receipt.
PUBLIC SALE of course tickets begins Saturday, October 5, 8 a. m., Hill Auditorium Box Office.
For tickets, announcements, or other information, please address CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary,
University School of Music.

- MR. CARUSO USES THE HARDMAN PIANO EXCLUSIVELY. TOUR UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE METROPOLITAN MUSICAL BUREAU, NEW Y

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