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Attention, Women? PACKARD ACADEMY
University women will have a sep- Join the new class in ball room
arate room in which to hear election dancing next Monday and Wednesday
returns tonight in the Republican eve.. 7 to 8:30. Regular Tuesday and
club's headquarters in Nickel's ar- Thursday assembleis free to members
clbsea aof class. Private lessons by appoint-
cade. ment. Phone 1850-F1.-Adv.
DANCE STUDIOS
The Plost Ileautiful and Refined
Studios in Anti Arbor
21-22-23 WUERTH ARCADE HOURS: 1-5, 7-10
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W OFTRITZI SCHEFF'S AIDES IN "GLORIANNA," AT THE

WHITNEY, SUNDAY

EVENING, NOVEMBER SEVETH

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heff, the world famous
olnic opera star, who will.
he Whitney theater, Sun-
ov. 7, in "Glorianna" is so
to tlfe patrons of light
is needless to further ex-
iderful talent and charm.
ay that according to the
.d musical critics of Bos-
a
cago, where she has ree-
ded extended engagements
na," the famous star is

signing as well, if not better, than she
has at any time in her remarkable
career. She is also as chic and charm-
ing in appearance and her gowns are
,the last word in the imported modiste's
art.
The role of "Glorianna" in Mrs.
Cushing's delighful musical comedy
affords Miss Scheff an excellent op-
portunity to display her wonderful
acting ability, as well as to sing in
her own inimitable way the several

nunmbers, especially composed for her has produced the very best in light
by Rudolph Friml and to generously opera both in Europe and America.
respond with several encores, not His production of Mme. Schumann-
omitting Victor Herbert's famous Heink in "Love's Lottery," "Lulu Gias-
"Kiss Me Again." "Glorianna" scored er" in "Dolly Varden" and many oth-
a success in New York where it ran ers were among the most artistic ever
for over 100 performances and prac- I seen upon the American stage and his
tically the same identical cast will be name is a sufficient guarantee of the
seen here in the support of Mme. excellence of the cast, chorus and en-
Scheff. semble surrounding Mme. Scheff.
F. C. Whitney, who is directing the
tour of Mme. Scheff, for maiyl years, Patronize Daily advertisers.-Ad

S'TUDY LAMPS

a d all kinds of

ELE CTRIC SUPPLIES

Iomnew
s must pay their social
fore Wednesday, Nov. 10,
te Chapin, '19, at Dean
can's office. __
or the Freshman Girls'
.11 be held at '2:30 o'clock
ernoon, and at 5 o'clock
rnoon,' Nov. g, instead of
afternon as was announc-
- I
for handing in Junior
cahuscripts has been ex-
ednesdgy, Nov.'3.

non at Newberry hall. Open forums
will take the place of vespers this
year.
Regular rehearsal of the University
Girls' Glee club will be held at 4:30
o'clock this afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium.
All girls who are interested in pub-
lic speaking and debating are urged
to attend the try-out of Athena Lit-
erary society which will be held at
7:15 o'clock tonight in the Alpha Nu
room on the fourth floor of University
hall.
A meeting of the Women's Athlet-
ic association board will be held at
7:15 o'clock Tuesdaysnight, Nov. 2,
at the' ,Chi' Omega house.
Hockey practice for freshmen will
be held at 3 o'clock Wednesday after-

DAILY SUBSCRIPTIONS
Daily subscribers who wish to
pay their subscriptions may
either send checks, or pay same
at The Daily office. The $4.00
, rate will be charged on all un-
paid subscriptions after Nov. 10.
non, instead of 5 o'clock Tuesday
afternoon, as formerly announced.
Juniors and seniors will have
hockey practice at 4 o'clock Wednes-
day, Nov. 3.
University girls who are working
on the Y. W. C. A. campaign should
report before 4 o'clock daily at New-
berry hall in order that their results
may be recorded on the membership
chart.5
Michigan Da nes will hold a busi-
ness meeting at 8 o'clock Tuesday
night in the auditorium of Lane hall.
Mortarboard will meet at 7 o'clock
Wednesday night at the Alpha Phi
house.

Extra Concert
Series

goto

WASHTENAW ELECTRIC SHOP

PHONE 273

200 WASHINGTON ST.

HILL AUDITORIUM

NOVEMBER 4
ALBERT SPALDING
Violinist
ANDRE BENQIST, Accompanist ,
America's finest violinist who gave
up his art during the war and won
great distinction as a Lieutenant in
the Aviation Corps.

B, Jordan will-
n ofrum of the
ock :Wednesday

speak
Y. W.
after-

ew berry Tea Room
TH STATE ° JUST OPPOSITE U. HALL
N1 A. M.TO6P.IM. StNDAY 4 TO 8 P. M.
LUNCHEON 11:30 TO 1 P. M.
WILL SERVE ANYTHING YOU LIKE
-AT-.

NOVEMBER 13
UNITED STATES

MARINE BAND

Y-

>on
'if

Teas or Dinner
arranged for in advance

Parties

W. C. A. BEGINS
HOSPITAL SERVICE

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E T ERTISINi

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IRIS
ICOLUMNi
LOSES
AT 3 P.MM.

. M., small black
tebook, gold pen-
J. C." engraved on
Phone 1597-R.
ir of new gray kid
ack & Co. and the
Villiam St. Phone

muff on Boulevard, lead-
bridge Road. Finder re-'
East Huron. -Reward.-
25-4
signet ring,. initial "W."'
Washtenaw ortbetween
Building. Phone 785.
en south wing of "U"
18 E. Jefferson, a card
a purse. Call 1058-R. 2$
Xi end Tau Beta Pi1
day on or near campus.
>x A. X., Daily. 25-3
wallet Thursday night.
owner' at 783. Liberal.
1 Eve sharp pencil near
Ple e call 1963-R or
e St. ,
lay, barrel of gold foun-
Initials L. T. F. Call
OR RNT
- Hoiusekeeping apart-
ront rooms, steam heat,
I running water. Near
d downtown. Inquire
25-3
Large front suite. One
campus. For married
dies 1724-J. 25-3
Desirable double room.
Call at 1011 So. State

WANED
WANTED-Two tickets for Mich.-Chi-
cago game. C. B. Dudley,. 734 N.
Prospect St., Ypsilanti, Mich.
WANTED-A No. 1 piano player. Ex-
perience in orchestra work. Apply.
Manager of Majestic Theater. 25-3
WANTED-Registered drug clerk on
part time. Apply Calkins-Fletcher
Drug Co. 711 Packard St.
WANTED-Work near campus by Un-
iversity student. Box A. C., Michi-
gan Daily. 25-2
WANTED - Two tickets for Chicago
{game. tall 1366.
MISCELLANEOUS
THE PERSON who about 4:30 p. m.
Oct. 26 took from the Instructor's
desk in Room 101, W. H., a Winston
.Simplified Dictionary is advised to
return the same at once, and save
trouble as he was observed. 25
THE RECOGNIZED party who took
overcoat from Chemical building
will reutrn same to place from
which it was taken or prosecution
will follow. This is no bluff.
OHIO STATE GAME-Can take a lim-
ited number of students to Columbus
and back for only half of the
regular fare. Call ' after 6 p. m.
Phone 1121-W, 227 S. Ingalls. 25
THE CITY ordinance requires that
autos display rear and front lights
while parked, except in boulevard
lighted districts. Thos. O'Brien, Act-
ing Chief of Police. ' 25-3
THE RECOGNIZED person who took
green overcoat from table in cafe-
teria hall of the Union, will return
it to same place at once or prosecu-
tion will follow. 25
WE HAVE afew vacant places now.
If you haven't a regular place to
eat, call round and get one. Fail-
ing's Boarding House, 714 Monroe.

Social service work at the Univer-
sity hospital under the supervision
of the Y. W. C. A. was begun yester-
day. The organization of the work
this year is different than has been
attempted formerly.
Freida Stuart, '21, acts as chair-'
man of the social service commission
at the hospital. Under her direction'
Enid Hough, '22, Mildred Lawton, '21,'
and Jean Waterbury, '22, act as su-
pervisors, planning, e in co-operation
with the social workers of the hospi-
tal, the program for volunteer work-
ers who are chosen from University
girls.
Not more than 10 vounteer girls
work each afternoon. Special pref-
erence is given to girls who are in-
terested in social service work as a
profession.
Forestry Club Goes to Farm Tonight
Leaving Ann Arbor at 4:45 o'clock
this afternoon, the members of the
Forestry club will hold their first
camp fire at the forestry farm at 6
o'clock Tuesday evening.
All freshmen of the forestry depart-
ment are especially urged by those in

WILLIAM H. SANTELMAN, Leader
ARTHUR S. WHITCOMB,
Cornet Soloist
This organization, famous for a
century and a quarter, has played at
every presidential inaugural since
that of Thomas Jefferson. For the
first time in nearly a decade it has
been permitted to leave Washington
for a brief tour, Ann Arbor, through
the co-operation of the Chamber of
Commerce, being one of the few music
centers to be visited.
DECEMBER 2
PERCY GRAINGER
Pianist
Mr. Grainger is recognized as one
of the world's greatest artists. He is
also famous as a composer and con-
ductor.

JANUARY 10

THE

FLONZALEY QUARTET
ADOLFO BETTI, First Violin
ALFRED. POCHON, Second Violin
LOUIS BAILLY, Viola
IWAN D'ARCHAMBEAU, 'Cello
The most perfect string quartet
ever assembled.

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LAST TIME TODAY
IN
"ONE HO UR BEFORE
DA WN"
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"THE WODERFULCHANCE
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WEDNEDAY ONLYRDA
IN
"THE POOR SIMP"
Geo. SeIz's "PIRATE GOLD"

FEBRUARY 28
NEW YORK

CHAMBER MUSIC

SOCIETY

charge to attend

this initial camp

fire. During the even
talks will be given by
Roth and other membe
ulty.
All men who are to
camp fire are requested
song books with them.

ing informal
Prof. Filbert
rs of the fac-
attend this
to bring their

CAROLYN BEEBE, Director and
Pianist
ANDRE TOURRET, First Violin
HERBEAT CORDUAN, Second Violin
SAMUEL LIFSCHEY, Viola
JACQUES RENARD, Violoncello
LUDWIG MANOLY, Double Bass
WFILLIAM KINCAID, Flute.
GUSTAVE LANGENUS, Clarinet
HENRI DE BUSSCHER, Oboe
UGO SAVOLINA, Bassoon
JOSEF FRANZEL, French Horn
LAWRENCE WHITCOMB,
English Horn
TICKETS FOR THE COURSE
$2.00 - $2.50
SINGLE CONCERTS: $1.0 , 75c, 50e
Use the advertising columns of The
Miehig .n Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's byert.--Adv.

Close R. 0. T. C. Enrollment for Fall.
Although students of the freshman
and sophomore classes of the Uni-
versity will still be able to enroll in
the R. 0. T. C.'next semester, accord-
ing to Major Robert Arthur, profes-
sor of military science and tactics, no
further enrollments for the fall
term will be made after Thursday,
except in the case of students who
are entering with advanced military
credit.

_ _

Springer, '19, in Calcutta

warm suite at 109

OR SALE
Rebuilt Remington, Un-
I other Standard Type-
w .Fox Portable Type-
Marston, .1951-R, 555J

Phone 1885. 25-3, Word has just been received by
Dean J. R. Effinger that Donald R.
CARL CARg BIRD, His Wagon. Par- ,
CAL csAlvre BIRD His Wag o Par- Springer, 19, former president of the
cely delivered . to all parts ofthe Union, has recently been sent to Cal-
city. Phone 162'7-W. Y
'cutta in the employ of the Standard
LOST AND FOUND Oil company.
LOST-Gold fountain pen, initialed I.
M. E. Finder please call 1248-R. Patronize D -ily advertisers.--Adv.

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