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B L I N D PIANIST'S
RECITAL BRILLIANT
Brilliant and remarkable are the
terms that describe the playing of
the blind pianist, John Meldrum, wh0
gave a piano recital Sunday, in Hill
auditorium.
Mr. Meldrunm is a poet in every
sense 'of the word. There is a vel-
vety tone to his playing, a great at-
tention to the finer points of detail,
and an intensity of feeling that make
him an artist of unusual ability.
He is a formfer pupil of Mr. Albert
Lockwood of the University School of
Music and for the past four years he
has been under the tutelage of Godow-
sky in New York. Mr. Meldrum is on
a concert tour now previous to his
debut in Aeolian hall, New York, in
two weeks. His friends in Ann Arbor
are following him with interest and

expecting exceptional achievements
from the young artist.
TICKET SALE SLOW FOR
WEDNESDAY UNION DANCE
Few; of the tickets for the Wedne4-
day night dance at the Union were
disposed of when placed on sale at
5 o'clock Monday afternoon. Junior
lits and junior engineers will enjoy
the privilege of buying tickets be-
fore other Union members until 1
o'clock Tuesday afternoon, the whole
Union membership being entitled to
secure tickets after this hour.
A dance will be held from 2:30 to
5:30 o'clock Thanksgiving afternoon,
tickets for this event being placed on
sale at 5 o'clock Tuesday afternoon-
Did our team win? Don't ask ques-
tions, read the Michigan Daily. All
campus, city and world news.-Adv.

be the guests at, a special Thi
giving party at the Armory, We
day night, Nov. 26.
T0E Election Postponed
Senior engineer election for a
dent councilman has been postp
until Wednesday or Thursday bee
of the delay in determining the
ibility of the nominees.
See the beautiful soft coloring
advance wall-paper patterns for
C. H. Major & Co.-Adv.
1000 pairs of shoes FOR SAI.
the following prices:
Lot No. 1..............$
Lot No. 2..................$(
Lot No. 3..................$7
Lot No. 4..................$7
Davis Toggery Shoppe, 119 S
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WHAT'S GOING ON
TUESDAY
4:00-Plane recital by Albert Lock-
wood at School of Music.
4:00-Varsity Girls' Glee club meets
in Barbour gymnasium.
4:00-Soph lits hopliayed in one or
more games et at Intramural
club on south Ferry \field for pic-
ture.
4:30-Youngstown, Ohio, and vicinity
students meet in Lane hall.
6:60-Cabinet club initiation banquet
in Union.
7:00-Comedy club tryouts for "Alice
Sit-by-the-Fire" in University Hall.
7:00-choral union rehearsal in
School of Music.
7:00-Dancing classes for Episcopal
men at Harris hall.
7:00-Varsity Mandolin club practice
in University hall.
7 :30-CereletFrancals meets in so-
ciety's room in south wing of Uni-
versity hall.
7:30-Acolyte meeting in Morris sem-
inaty room in Mason hall.
7 :30-Adelphi House of $epreshta-
tives meets on fourth floor Univer-
sity hal.
7:30-Cmp Davis reunion in Michi-
gan Union.
8:00-Shakespeare reading class gives
the "Merchait of Venice' 'in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall.

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THURSDAY.
7:00-Dancing classes for
nien in Harris hall.

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Murads have that old-fashioned
Turkish taste - and upon . my word,
I never bought as 'good a Turkish
cigarette at Cairo -or Constantinople.
It is true that "ordinary"cigarettes
cost a trifle less.
Judge for yourstlf-!

FRIDAY
2:30-Student council meets for an-
nual picture in Spedding studio.

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U-NOTIVE
Senior and sophomore
teams will hold a dual'
o'clock tonight in the
C. A. swimming tank.

swimming
meet at ,8
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shipments on hand all the time
LBERT'S and CRANE'S

iarry Drug Co's

HealithI mpersonators Colleet Money
Detroit, Mich., Nov. 24.-Taking ad-
vantage of the state laws requiring
that employes in restaurants must
pass physical examinations as to their
health qualifications to handle food,
unauthorized persons have been pos-
ing as health department inspectors
and collecting $1.50 per personfor in-
spections made at some Detroit eat-
ing places, according to complaints
to the authorities. An investigation
is under way.
If it's new shades you need call 237.
C. H. Major & Co.-Adv.
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