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October 15, 1919 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-10-15

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meets in

(Continued from Page One)
pute. Judge Gary kept his eyes fixed
on the labor leader's face throughout
the, speech but made no reply when
Mr. Gompers concluded.
Outside the conference hall labor
delegates declared that the conference
would be a flat failure unless it took
action on the steel strike. Several in-
timated that the labor delegation
might withdraw from the conference
if the arbitration resolution were de-
feated, although more conservative
memebrs did not believe the group as
a- whole contempleted such drastic
action.
BARBECUE PLANNED BY DETROIT
ALUANI TO TAKE PLACE SOON
(Continued from Page One) \
.Yost, in his own inimitable way. Head
Coach Brewer of M. A. C. is sched-
uled to appear in behalf of the ulti-
mate mourners. The well known sport
writer, Ring Lardner, is also slated to
speak.
Vaudeville stars from the leading
'theaters of Detroit will entertain dui
ing the evening with various acts and
specialties. -
"Remember the date', Oct. 17. Re-
member the place, the Elks' temple in
Detroit. Remember the time, 8 p. m.
Plenty of space for parking will be
provided: One dollar admits to all.
Join the push" says the enitertainment
committee.-
WENLEY LEAVES FOR CANADA;
THURSDAY LECTURE ABANDONED

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IN HILL AUDITORIUM

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lectores on
Law build-

1. Nov. 6-ALLESANDRO BONCI, Italian
BROCK, Amexican Soprano.

Lyric

Tenor; and EL E A N O R

n meets in Mich-
ice society meets
ents meets.
MW membeAismeet
,er-ity hall.

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2. Dec. 15--NEW YORK CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY-11 Musicians-
CAROLYN BEEB, Pianist' and Director

md Mandolin
es by Friday
ay at office
nce building,
expeding to
dit this sent-
Law school
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football re-
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ly.
ass football
ion, at 4:15

PIERRE HENROTTE, I st Violin

Prof. R. M. Wenley lift Tuesday
evening for Kingston, Canada, where
he is to represent the University of
,Michigan at-the inauguration of Chan-
cellor Beattle and\ President Bruce
Taylor at Queen's university.
The lecture in philosophy ,1 sched-
uled for Thursday will be abandon-
ed, but all sections of the class will
meet. throughout the week as ar-
ranged. Professor Wenley expects to
return to AnnArbor Saturday.
UNION DANCE TICKETS TO
GO ON SALE WEDNESDAY
Dance tickets for Friday night will
go on sale at 5 o'clock Wednesday at
the Union desk for the usual price of
$1.00. Last week the tickets were sold
out by Thursday morning, and U"Von
officials predict that an even greater
rush will be evidenced this. week. The
dance will last from 9 to 1 o'clock Fri-
day night.

SCIPIONE GUIDO, 2nd Violin
SAMUEL LIFSCHEK, Viola
PAUL KEFER, 'Cellist

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GUSTAVE LANGENUS, Clarinet
WILLIAM KINCAID, Flute
HENRI DE BUSSCHER, Oboe
UGO SAVOLINI, Bassoon
JOSEPH FRANZL, French Hprn

EMIL MIX, Double Bass

In a Program of Solos, Duets, Trios, and Other Ensemble Combinations

3. Jan. 23-MISCHA LEVITSKI, Pianist.

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St. 2594-J.
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4. Feb. 28-CAROLINA LAZZARI, Chicago Opera Prima Donna.

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5. March 31-TRIO DE LUTECE--
GEORGE BARRERE Flute'

IN OR GUITAR -

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CARLOS SALZEDO, Harp
PAUL KEFER, Cello
In a Program of Soli, Duets and Trios.

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ed in the new Mandolin and Guitar
arrived. The collection is arrang -
1 Mandolin Orchestra, including
o-Cello.
lo and Obligato folios sell for 25
ccompaniment, Banjo Splo, Tenor
o parts. The Piano Accompani-

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SCHEDULE OF PRICES - EXTRA CONCERT SERIES

rF1~ 11 1 * 1 1 11

TICKETS EXEMPT FROM WAR TAX

OT 1 f *r TP 4r 0 ) ,4.' I' __'_L

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n is strictly up-to-date.
,","You Cannot Shake
"risto."

It includes,;
That Shim-

MAIL ORDERS (with remittance to cover), will be
filled in order of receipt as near as possible tothe location asked
for. The office will not assume responsibility for errors made
in connection with orders" given verbally or by telephone, nor
will more than six-tickets be sold to one person at one time.

1iL' .N t' -3 ).UV each. Jlis Ibock includes all re-
maining seats in the two. side sections on the Main Floor and
the last seven rows in the-First Balcony.
BLOCK "C"-$2.50 each. - This block includes all seats
in the Second Balcony front, and the first six rows in the Sec-,
ond Balcony Rear.

Mrs. A. M- Rout
Bill-6113 Emit illtum'

BLOCK "A"-$3.50 each.

This block includes all re-

maining'seats in the three central sections on the Main Floor
and the first eight rows in the First Balcony.

BLOCK "D"-$2.00 each.

This block includes all seats

in the Second Balcony Rear, back of the first six rows.

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- HEAR -
LIAM ALLEN WHI
- TELL -
: a Reporter Saw at
Peace Conference"

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In ordering tickets by mail,'please state clearly that you desire tickets for the
"EXTRA SERIES" to avoid possible confusion with the regular Choral Union

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the

Series.

- 1*001

OCTOBER 17, HILL AUDITORIUM
on sale at TINKER'S, WAHR'S, QUARRY'S
BOX OFFICE OPEN 2 TO 5 FRIDAY
ADMISSION, 50 CENTS

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Address all orders to CH4ARLES A. SINK, Secretary.

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