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Some to the Northwestern dance,
Packard Academy, Saturday night.
Rhodes Bros. four-piece orchestra and !
Eddie Burke will play. Admission
one dollar -Adv.

is put into
us plant is
oughly un-
Sult opera-
sis an es-
and if (the
i who does
s it might!
'roperly

er the 'typhoid fever ep-
dairymen put pasteuri-'
on their farms and, not
the workings, spoiled
a result the whole proc-
isrepute. It is ridicu-
to judge the systemby
these men who did not
end to know anything
ilk is pasteurized it is
cared for and is %en-
>m possibilities of in-
essinger stated that the
Y producing pure milk
his chemist inspects
ay. Each part of the
arefully gone over, he
oor prod.ucts could es-
Vaughan of the Medi-
set the ideal bacterial
or under. At the pres-
,w milk which is exam-
ealth authorities is al-
of up to 500,00'0 before
This is the milk that
arding houses are us-
they are trying to de-
g that it "comes from
ries and is allowed by
rites." °
that theacity council,"
nger, "atits meeting
es an ordinance which

FRIDAY
3:00-Soph lits practice on Ferry field.
Everybody out for election of cap-
tain. Signal drill.
3:15-Junior engineer folotbill men
report at intramural clubhouse.
4:00-Junior lits football practice and
election of captain.
4:00-Former students of Ferris In-
stitute meet in room 306 University
~hall.
4:30-Those wishing to try out for
composing opera music meet in
room 308 of Union.
7:00-Fresh Mandolin club rehearsal'
in Lane hall. 'Cello> mandolin and
guitar tryouts desired.
7:00-Hayrack ride and Hallowe'en
party for' Baptist students and
friends.
7 :30-Hallowe'en party under auspices
of the Christian Endeavor of the
Presbyterian church.
7:30-Hallowe'en social in iMethodist
church. Stunts, music, and eat:
8:00-Halowe'en party at St. Paul's
Lutheran church, corner Third and
W. Huron streets.
S:00-Hallowe'en party ofthe Hobart
guild in Harris hall. Short business,
meeting precedin'g.
8:00-New England club holds Hal-
lowe'en social in Lane hall..
s:00-Hallowe'en social for members
and friends of ChrAstian Endeavor'
of Christian, church (Disciples).

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1. November 6, 1919
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ALLESANDRO BONCI, Italian Lyric Tenor
ELEANOR BROCK, American Soprano
Signor Bonci landed in New York, Tuesday
evening, October 7, after an absence of several
years during which he won many triumphs in
his native land and elsewhere. His masterful
recital in the CHORAL UNION SERIES a num-
ber of years ago was an outstanding feature.
During the present season in adgition to his
Ann Arbor recital he will fill engagements in
New York, Chicago, Boston, Pittsburg, Cleve-
land, and Philadelphia. He- will also be asso-
ciated with the Chicago Opera Associatiop and
will be heard in Cuba and Mexico.

SATURDAY
1:00--Vaxnity band meets behind Uni-
versity hall in full uniform.
2:30-Varsity football game. , ichi.
gan vs. Northwestern at Ferry field.
SUNDAY
7:30-Union religious meeting in Hill
auditorium. Bishop Theodore Hen-
derson speaks.
9:00-Michigan Zionist society meets
in Lane hall. Capt. Isadore Levine'
speaks.

2. December 15, 1919

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NEW YORK CHAMBER MUSIC

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COAL MINERS
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Oct. 30. - Former
peaking tonight-at a
ere declared that the
miners in calling a
;aged. in an unlawful
that congress had
ondemnssuch a cruel
n offense."
strike," he said, "an
yance to the public
ble does not render
Lbut when enormous
working men deliber-
a country wide plan
try by the throat and
;ry to compel the em-
>articular field of in-
o the demands of the

U-NOTICES
Ments Educational club meets in
room 306 of the ifchigan Union bn
Monday, Nov. 3. D. W. Springer
to speak. All men in educational
department invited.
Young people of the Church of Christ
keep open-house Friday evening.
Al students invited.
Will Hold Novel Hallowe'en Social
Several prominent campus 'enter-
taihers have been secured for the New
England club's Hallowe'en socialto be.
held at 8 o'clock Friday in Lane Hall."
The entertainment committee has ar
ranged to present two vaudeville skits
during the evening. Old fashioned
New England games, music and eats
are promised. 'No admission will be
charged.
ENGINEERS,
Corduroy trousers at the Fashion
Shoppe. Seconds Floor Darling Bldg.,
opposite Varsity Laundry.-Adv.
Some hats have style,-but "Berg"
hats are style. Get 'em at the Davis
Toggery Shop. 119 S. Main St.-Adv.
MISS HOLLADAVS CANDIES of
Paris, Ky. Fresh every week. Tice
117 So. Main St.--Adv.-/
"Fair and Warmer" and Santrey's
Jazz Band-Fri.-Sat.-Areade. 50c.
-Adv.

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This distinguished organiz
in a program of ensemble c
Press of the country is un
words of commendation, typi4
following quotation from the
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ear and what soul one is per
these materialistic days. Pi
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concert field. Miss Beebe pl
while her associates gave he
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3. January 23, 1920

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MISCHA LEVITSKI, Phenomenal Russian Pianist
He has justified every encomium passed upon
him since he made his sensational debut in
1916. Not since Ignace Jan Paderewski con-
quered America with his entrancing art, has
any pianist been so universally acclaimed as
the hew Rising Star, as has been the case with
Mischa Levitski. He compels your attention
and secures your full appreciation.

ast meetig, the Graduate
1. the following officers:
Ernest Reed; vice-presi-
Bride; secretary, Earl G.
treasurer, P. E..L Cole;
ncilman, G. C. Mack.
se of this club is merely a
id every graduate is eligi-
mbership. Meetings will
e a month, the time and
nyounced later.
illowe'en Party Tonight
e'en celebration will be
0 o'clock tonight in the
burch on the corner of
and State streets. Hal-
es will be the feature of
s entertainment and cof-
ghnuts will be served as
NG LESSONS AND
SSEMBLIES
Y to learn to dance quick.
ctly, join Prof. Laschens
sonic Temple, Ypsilanti.
lesson. Music by "Ike"
V.
Warmer" and Santrey's
Fri.-Sat.-Arcade. 50c.
typewriting done by Kel-
,ily office between one and
Warmer" and Santrey's
Fri.-Sat.-Arcade. 50c.

.ANNOUNCEMENT

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THE PACKARD Dancing Academy will open SAT-
URDAY evening for a series of HIGH GRADE danc-

4. February 28, 1920

Read the Michigan Daily fort
news.-Adv.

Campus

ing parties.

NEW MANAGEMENT.

Dances

every

Friday and Saturday the balance of the college year.
Come to the PACKARD for the Northwestern party,

Service

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CAROLINA LAZZAR, Prima Donna Contralto of
j the Metropolitan Opera Company, late of the Chi-
cago Opera Company
This excellent artist will appear in a pro-
gram of songs and 'arias, a field in which she
is fully as great and satisfying as she is in
opera. During the past two years she has de-
lighted thousands of the most critical music
lovers in the great music centers of this coun-
try. Art, intelligqnce and a charming person-
ality are admirably combined in this most at-
tractive and capable artist.

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We carry the finest line'of
fresh and salt meats in the

Saturday evening. Dancing 9 to 12.

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Best of music-the RHODES BRgTHERS' 4-piece

city.

Fish, poultry,

and

orchestra, plus EDDIE BURKE.

You will like it.

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sausages.

For 'real service call,

All parties will be properly chaperoned.

5. April 1, 1920

J: P. Eschelbach

Admission, one dollar.

TRIO DE LUTECE

/

202 E. Huron

Phone 821

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Mr. Engineer AT THE
Students Supply ,Store

GEORGE BARRERE,'Flute
CARLOS SALZEDO, Harp
PAUL KEFER, 'Cello
In a program of soli, duets; and trios.
In ancient times during the Roman invasion,
there dwelt on what is the present site of the
City of Paris, a little community known as Lu-
tetia, or, as the French have it, Lutece. It is a
pretty name and an unusjual one, and seemed
altogether and entirely appropriate when sev-
eral years ago three distinguished French mu-
sicians, erstwhile Parisians, forgathered and
decided to band themselves together perma-
nently as a trio, because they had so long.
known one another and"enjoyed so extremely
playing with one another; moreover, as artists
of equal rank, an uncommonly fine symmetry
was assured.

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