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J'RDAY, NOVEMBER 8.
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s. She has an 'appealing
'dssesses a note of ap-
romises to assure her a
of the coming American
ignor Bonci has a - pretentious
or voice and a cordial stage pres-
e that immediately wins his audi-
e. He is a fine exponent of bel
to singing and his splendid Ital-
diction with the added element of
haos and the dramatic in bravura
sages shows him to be an artist
mn exasperating hoarseness threat-
d to keep him from finishing the-
gram, but he was' prevailed upon
complete it. The hoarseness ap-
red only occasionally in the second
tion of the program in forte pass-
beautiful blending of tenor. and
rano was manifested in the duets,
Parigi 'ne Andrem" from "Manon"
Massenet and Donizetti's "Chiedi
'aura lushinghiera" from "Elisis
L. VOTEY, '22, SAYS ALUXMNI
OULD. BE DISAPPOINTED IF
RADITION WERE DROPPED
tor, The Michigan Daily: , ,
his year, more than ever before,
need the block "M." The Min-
)ta game is going to bring more
nni to Ferry field than any other
e of the season. Those alumni,
stantial men who have attended
higan in years gone by, have many
hem written 'that in their opinion
custom should not be dropped.
war is over aWtI the University is
.ng its biggest year. Do we want
e returning men of Michigan t9
ALL SEATS SOLD
FOR MINN. GAME
Last night was the. last date at
which student apjplications for tick-
ets to the Minnesota game were re-
ceived. All other tickets have been
Seating capacity for 25,000 people
has been arranged for, including box-
es, allof which have been sold. There
remains-only the allotment of seats
to the student body, for which.- ap-
plications have been received since
the opening of college.
From now on, only tickets for
standing room can be bought. All ap-
plications in at the present time, will
be cared for in the order in which
they were' received. More than enough
have been sent in to take several
times any possible surplus 'of- space
in the student section.
COOLEY CLJJB Is
FORMED BY LAWS
- i FRIDAY
9:00-,Tunior engineer assemble' a
room 348 Engineering building.
3:00-Tryouts for principal parts in
"The Red Feather" report' at School
6:45-Chine'se Students' club meets in
7.00-Cosmopolitan club Initiation In
University Hall. '
7:30-Polonla Literary circle meets in
7:30--Calendar social in iFirst f. E.
churc} . Stunts, music, eats.
7 :30-Clasical club initiation in room
A, Memorial hall. This ,meeting was
postponed from Thursday evening
because of the concert.
8:00 - Cosmop-litan club -c-la. in
Martha Cook dormitory.
8:00 A.3I.--Eliminations for" debating
squad to be held in room 302, Ma-
1:16-iota Sigma P imeets in room 808
6:45-Master Masuns desiring to try
out for Craftsmali club double quar-
tet report at Masonic temple.
7:30-Student Volunteers meet in Lane
'2:30-University Symphony orchestra
in Hill auditorium.. Mr. Win. Wheel-
Union will operate leased wire and
score board for Chicago game Sat-
urday. Returns start at 2. o'clock.
Tryouts for the Spotlight vaudeville.
will. be held at 7 o'clock Tuesday
night in the old Union. A special
call has been issued fqr saxaphone
players and novelty acts.
CENTRAL LEAGUE DEBATING
SQUAD ANNOUNCES SPEAKERS
Students qualifying for the elimina-
-tion contests of the' Central League
debating squad will -speak in the fol-
lowing order Saturday, morning at 8
o'clock in room 302 Mason hall. I.
Victoria Adams, '20, Annabel Ad-
riance, '20, Claude Benner, Wynn
Blaisdell, Earl Boxell, Wade Connell,
'21, Crossly, Earle W. Dunne, '22L,
Jacob Gashkin, Ida E. Gratton, Leon
E. trubough, Kelsey Guilfoil, '20L,
Anna McGurk, '20, Earl Miles, Ida
Mines, '20, -George Quin11, Tulner
~M. Rudesill, W. P. Sand ord, ex-'19,
Simon Shetzer, Deveja -Steinberg,
Thomas Underwood, David Wachs,
David Watts, '21; M. Youngjohn.
Each speaker is to present a brief
on one side of the question. The try-
out speech is to be' on 'only one point
of the brief and will last eight muin-
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Foft THIRTY-FIVE YEARS
Law students interested in debaling
and Moot court work met last night:
and formally organized the ?Cooley
club, named in honor of Judge Coo-
ley, formerly of the Law Faculty.
A, constitution was adopted,'which
provides for much practice in legal
argument. Nominations were receiv-
ed for the 'permanent officers of the
club, who are to be elected at the
next regular meeting','at 7:30 o'clock
next Thursday evening. The follow-
ing men, were nominated: for pres-
ident, L. B. Harper, '20L, N. D. Ire-
land, '20L, C. . 'Tannehill, 20L; for
vice-president, L. W. Mosher, '20L, H.
A. August, '21L; for secretary'-treas-
urer, C. R. Davis, Edw. Buckner, '23L.
The validity and practicability of'the
present fedieral 'injunction against
the coal miners will be informally
debated at. the next meeting.
Botanical Gardens Exhibit INums
A fine display-of chrysanthemums
will be opened to the public for the
next few days atthe greenhouses of
the University botanical gardens on'
Packard street. The displayis purely
for' exhibition purposes, none of the
flowers being offered for sale.
Grand.Jtapids Pastor to Speak
Rev. A. W. Wishart, pastor of the'
FountainStreet Baptist church of
Grand Rapids, will speak Sunday,
Nov. 9, in the Methodist church. His
subject will be, "Making a New
Has been the Standard for Good Ice C
Young Men Are on the Right Track
- when they purchase from us
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Suits and Overcoats
If you are not familiar with the extremely
high quality of your stocks, It is time that
you at least make' an inspection. It will
mean a start on the road to greater satis-
faction in clothing. The beautiful styles in
better,, waist seams, plain backs and con-
Sservative models can not be duplicated at
our prices. Fine wool fabrices in very de-
sirable styles, colors and patterns.
'"u' L The'Student council, a boay compos-
hat they ed of upperclass representatives fron
in ,their every department, has volunteered to,
gh work assume every expense of the block "M"
Although and to take the entire. responsibility.
the war, These men of the council voice cam-
'est are pus opinibn, and failing in all else we
auge the should certainly 'take advantage of
're the their splendid offer. But, after all, it
is a matter for regret that he council
he said should 'have felt compelled to mAke
t of cen- this offer. We do not want to feel
fction in that Michigan spirit is a thing whic;
e inven- must be prodded along. Ouy spirit
and the should be spontaneous; there is no
rofit by reason why the Athletic association
stop, at should not carry out the block "M"
project, as it has done in former years.
Hollis We need the block "M," we want
Cooley those alumni to know that, we of this
1o room- present day are capable of maintaining
years Fat in every way the fine traditions and,
the spirit of enthusiasm for which
they furnished the foundation.
eeting H. L. VOTEY, '22.
id meet- Tickets for the Packard Friday and
Builders' Saturday dances are on sale at Sug-
Patronize our ad vertisers.'
J h i I j
$25, $30, $35, $40, $45, $50
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Students 'Supply Sore
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Cloth, Blue Print Paper Etc.
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