,me stamped in'
sion has been grant-
Arbor Savings and
chanics banks in that
written in payment
zoo. - A table d' hote meal will be serv-
ed on this train for $1.25.
The Athletic association reports a
large sale of student tickets for the
Chicago game, approximately 400 hav-
ing been disposed of already. Prac-
tically all of the 2,500 alumni in Chi-
cago have bought tickets to the game.
Many students are going to Chicago
who will not take the special. Some
are planning to leave as early as
Thursday evening, others will go Fri-
day morning, a goodly number are go-
ing Friday afternoon and evening.
Many men are planning "bumming"
their way .via the freight trains.
EX-VARSITY, GLEE CLUB MEN
TO SEND OSIUS INFORMATION
Ex-members 'of Varsity Glee clubs
who contemplate singing with this-
year's organization should send the
tollowing information to Charles R.
Osius, Jr., '20, room 328 Natural Sci-
,ece building: name, class, address,
telephone, parts sung, number of
years in Varsity Glee clubs.
Pay your subscription to the Daily.
d from Page One)
will leave Ann Arbor
'ore the 8:12 train Fri-
It will arrive in Chi-
clock, making no stops
3:00-Soph lits report at Ferry field
for soph lit-senior engineer game.
3:80-5:00-Tryouts for Varsity Glee
club in room 106, University School
of Music. Old members need not at-
4:00-,Tunior lit signal drill' on Ferry
7:00-Chimes board .meets at the
7:00-Athenian Literary society holds
business meeting in room 302*Mason
7:15-Choral Union ticket takers re-
port for Band Bounce.
7:80-Acolytes meet in Morris Sem-
inary room Mason hall. Dr. I. W.
8:00-Band Bounce in Hill auditorium.
8:00 - Intercollegiate Socialist soci-
ety meets in room P162 Natural Sc-
enee building. Mr. I. Paul Taylor
will speak on "The Church and So-
8:00-Michigan Dames meet in Lane
hall. Mrs. F. Vanderveer will speak
on "The Cycle of Life" with illustra-
6:45-Meeting of board of directors
and program committee of Menorah
society at Lane hall.
7:00-Fresh mandolin practice at
7:00-Men who have attended Culver
meet in room 316 at Union to or-
7:00-Michigan Zionist seciety meets
at Lane hall.
7:00-9:00-Tryouts for Varsity Glee
club in room 106 University School
of Music. Old members need not
7:30-Candidates for Freshmen Bas-
ket ball team report at Waterman
gymnasium. Come prepared for
WASHIIGTON SAYS STRIKE Have your typewriting done by Kel-
NEA END; MEN MUST RETURN ly. Apply Daily office, between 1 and
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and conceded by most of the opera- a s Iii I I I I I I I I I I h IHhIIIIII E
tors, consumers were beginning to feel
the effects of the strike. Thousands =-For-
of cars of coal were being confiscated THE BEST HOME-MADE CAN-
DIES IN TOWN=
by the federal railroad administra- THE BEST LIGHT LUNCHES
tion, a few schools were closed in re- E E
mote places and in a number of com- -VisT the
munities water and electric companies
Men Must Return SUGAR BOWL
Thomas 1. Brewster, ,chairman of 109 SO. MAIN
the coal operators scale committee,
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owenrs would not consider any pro-
position put forth by the miners un-
til they had returned to work.
CLASSICAL CLUB TO INITIATE
NEW MEMBERS WEDNESDAY
Initiation of new members will be
held by the Classical club at 7:30
Thursday in room A Memorial hall.
All new members who have been not-
ified of their election must be present.
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Ice Cream, Delicious Sodas
We Make our own Cream
Orders solicited from Fraternities an
Sororities. 218 S. Main' Phone ,16
Courteous and sat
TREATMENT to every
er. whether tbe aco11-t
The Ann Arbor Saying;
Capital and Surplus, $r
Suiting Your Taste
BeTankful that you
r: Buy Now
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A LL ES SA N D
's The renowned Italian Operatic Tenor will give-his first Arnerican
= cent return to this country after six years in his native country, where dur
c in the trenches and in other patriotic capacities the entire proceeds being c
TqHUR ., NOV.6 'A
He has just appeared in opera in tour with the Chicago Opera Ass
and has received an ovation. From Ann Arbor he will go direct to New
9 he will give his first concert in that city'since his return
At Ann Arbor he will be assisted by ELEANOR BROCK the
singer of the South whose'artistic triumphs have been phenomenal, and
Tickets $1.00, $1.50, $2.00; for the course (5 concerts includi
Music Society, Mischa Levitski, Caroline Lazzari, and the Trio de Lut
- $2.50, $3.00, $3.50), on sale at The University Schgol of Music.
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n song recital since
-ig the entire war 1
devoted to Italian p
to make a good
ntended to buy
;y season better
one for the
7:80-New England club
7:80-Classical club holds
in room A Memorial hall.
7:030--Cabinet club smokeri
at - Union.
ociation under Car
York where on No
All Washington, D. C., students in-
ng New York C6
Lece, flute, harp and
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