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.Music Notes

Planning a repetition of the suc-
cess of last year's affair,. arrange-
ments are being completed for the
second annual Women's league par-
ty, which has been scheduled for 3
o'clock Saturday afternoon, Dec. 18,
with Barbour gymnasium as the scene
of action.
Masques, assisted by the Glee club,
will furnish the entertainment of the
afternoon. "The Greatest Gift" is the
play which is to be presented. This
play, which is by Katherine Lord, has
been directed by Prof. J. R. Nelson,
who is authority for' the statement
that the practices to date give prom-
ise of an excellent production. Christ-
mas spirit forms the motif of the*
play, and the Glee club is to lend at-
mosphere to the production with sev-
eral Christmas carols, sung at inter-
vals during the play. The Mandolin.
club will act in the capacity of the
regular theater orchestra, giving an
overture before the performance and
during the intermission.
Last year "Dolls" was the play
_which was selected by Masques for
its production, and the success of this
piece gives promise of an even great-
er result in "The Greatest Gift."
A dance is being arranged to com-
plete the entertainment of the after-
noon, and some particularly good mu-
sie has been engaged for the occa-
sion. One of the efatures of this last
portion of the program will be the
introduction of a new dance. The gym-
nasium is to be especially decorated
for the party.
SOLDIER-AUTHOR WILL SPEAK
ON "THE ART OF SATIRE"
"The Art of Satire" is the subject
of the lecture to be given by-Prof.
Robert K. Root, of Princeton univer-
sity, at 4:15 o'clock next Tuesday
afternoon in Natural Science auditor-
iu'.
rotessor . Root was active, in the
war, and is now major in the Ord-
nance department of the United
States reserves. He is the author of
many literary works, and is a fre-
quent contributor to many prominent
Journals and magazines of today.
His lecture Tuesday afternoon will be
open to the general public.
CHEMISTRY EXPERT TO TALK
ON RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

Screen
Majestic-"In the Heart of a
Fool," an Allan Dawn picture.
Ham Hanilton yin "A Way
Full of Troubles."

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Arcade-Buster Keaton in the
"Saphead." "The Tonnerville
Trolley," and a First Nation-
al comedy, "Balling the
Bunk."
Wuerth - Wanda Hawley in
"Her Beloved Villian." Hank
Mann in "Dr. Jeykell and
Hyde," and Fox News.
Orpheum- "The River's End,"
Marshall Neilan production of
James Oliver Curwood's book.
Also Comiclassic comedy,
Stage
Garrick (Detroit)-"The Charm
School," a bewitching musical
comedy by Alice Duer Miller
and Robert Milton and a
touch of music by Jerome
Kern.
Schubert (Detroit) -- Theda
Bara, the famous vampire of
the screen, playing in person
in a real American play, "The
Blue Flame."
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Jan Kubelik, the Bohemian violin-
ist, assisted by*Pierre Augieras, pian-
ist, have chosen the following num-
bers for their concert in Hill auditor-*
ium in the ChoralUnion series tomor-
row evening. Mr. Kubelik, since land-
ing in America a short time ago, has
appeared in New York and Chicago
where in both cases the demand for
seats was so great that large numbers
were unable to hear him. Critics are
united in pronouncing his art even
more wonderful and brilliant than
when last heard in America -six years
ago.
The program is as follows: "Con-
certo, D minor," Vieuxtemps; "Rom-
ance." Beethoven;" Praeludium" (for
violin alone), Bach; "Introduction et
Rondo Cappriccioso," Saint-Saens;
"Ballade, F minor, No. 2," Chopin, Mr.
Pierre Augerias; "Souvenir de Mos-
sow," Weiniawski; La Campanella,
Paganini.
George Oscar Bowen, community
song leader, and Wilfred Wilson, di-
rector of the University band, have
prepared the following program for
the complimentary recital to be given
on the Faculty Concert series this
afternoon at 3 o'clock, in Hill auditor-
a m. The general public is cordially
invited. March, "136th U. S. A. Field
Artillery," Fillmore; Moderato, "L'-
Escarpolette," Barns; Selection from,
"Robin Hood," deKoven; Community
Singing, A group of old favorites;
Waltz, "Wedding of the Winds," Hall;
Patrol, "Whistling .onnies," Hager;
Community Singing, a group a group
of newer favorities; March, "The Con-

voy," Prell; Selection from "Faust,"
Gounod; Community Singing, a group
of Michigan songs.
All are requested to come on time
as the doors will be closed during the
program,

SEND RANDALL PORTRAITS THIS YEAR.

DAILY WILL ISSUE
DIRECTORY SUPPLEMENT
The Michigan Daily, 'following
its usual custom, will compile a
supplement to the official Stu-
dents' Directory, for the benefit
of those students who enrolled
late in the University, and to
correct unavoidable errors and
changes in the regular edition.
Name, class, Ann Arbor ad-
dress, home town, and Ann Ar-
borphone number, in the order
named, should be placed on a
one cent post card and mailed
to the Directory Editor, The
Daily, Press building, City.

Our enlarged staff enables us to promise
your portrait for Christmas if you hurry

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No matter how many years you have tarried on earth, you are still
young if you like to PLAY. And PLAYING helps to keep that young
feeling and youthful look in men who are of mature years. Many
of the GREAT men of the world-authors, senators, lavyers, prime
ministers-find in BILLIARDS a most joyous relaxation and recrea-
tion. Make HUSTON BROS. your "club." Make this a regular meet-
ing plac.e for yourself and friends. You will find just the right atmos-
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Pocket and Carom Billiards. Soft Drinks and Light Lunches.
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ytllliam Roy Mott, of the National
Chemical company, of Cleveland, high
in electrical and chemical circles, it;
Is said, will speak on "Arc Images in
Chemical Analysis," at 8 o'clock to-
morrow evening in room 165 of the
Chemistry building, under the au-
spices of Phi Lambda Upsilon.
Mr. Mott has recently developed
.tho use of high temperatures in chem-
ical and physical reactions. The ther-
mit process which he uses develops
aa temperature at which iron boils
easily. The speaker will demonstrate
applications of the high temperature
-reactions in his lecture.
Boy Dies as Result of Fight.
Raymond Kleinsmith, 10 years old,
died in . the University hospital at
2:15 o'clock morning from injuries
received a week ago in a fight with
three other boys in a school yard in
Sumpter township. In an effort to'
save his life he was operated on for
infiamatipn of the bone tissues by1
Dr. LeRoy C. Abbott,bof thesUniversi-'
ty hospital staff.
The fight is said to have started
pvpr A penny. 11lainsmith returned
to school the next day but his con-
dition becams more serious a few
days agq and he was sent to the hos-
pital. An investigation is being con-
dncted by Washtenaw and Wayne
county officials.
PROFESSOR DAVIS~ ADDRESSES
BETROJT SCROOLMEN'S CLUB

O ly EveAn Days Mo re To
DoYour. C RSM _Buying
WE HAVE A VERY
COMPLETE LINE OF 1ST-CLASS GOODS
TO MAKE YOUR CHOICE FROM
THE NORTHLAND SKI-$5.00 AND UP
in all kinds of wood and finishes
FLYAWAY COASTER SLEDS
ICE SKATES ROLLER SKATES
AIR GUNS WATER PISTOLS REVOLVERS
A iunition of all kinds
POCKET KNIVES CARVING SETS
FLASHLIGHTS'
PLAIN PYREX GLASS CASEROLES
Engraved and plain-All Sizes
PRICES RIGHT - SERVICE PROMPT

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THE UP-TO-DATE HARDWARE
310 South State S1. Phone 1610

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Schuffacher Hardware CoMpay
3081012 South Maio Street A Stre of Individual Shops
Only 11 More Shopping Days Before Christmas
GlveUsetul Gfs
LOOK OVER THIS LIST AND I'M SURE YOU CAN GET WHAT SHE WANTS
PERCOLATORS FRUIT BOWS CHAFING DISHES
COFFEE POTS NUT SETS WATER SETS
s a TEA POTS TRIVETS CREAM AND SUGAR
BREAD TRAYS CANDY JARS SETS
SERVING TRAYS WATER BOTTLES
CARVING SETS CANDLE STICKS / CASSEROLES
SILVERWARE BAKING DISHES
ELECTRIC TOASTERS ALUMINUMWARE AN ICH TRAYS INCENSE BURNERS4
GRILLS PYREX GLASSWARE TEA SETS
CHEESE AND CRACKER
CURLERS ROASTERS
IRONS FOOD CHOPPERS DISHES BABY TRAYS
HEAT PADS ELECTRIC WASHERS TEA TILES SCISSORS
URNS HOOVER SWEEPERS COFFEE PERCOLATORS DESK SETS
An Interesting Place Is Toyland
"Father and Mother, Grown-Up Sister and Brother, Come here and get Xmas good cheer spirit
AUTO TRUCKS SAND TOYS PARCHESE
VELOCIPEDES DOMINOES AUTOMOBILES
CHECKERS AUMS
AIRPLANES CHESSMEN DRUMS
TRAINS PINGTONG
GAMES DISHES
GAMESSEE-SAW
BOOKS SERVING SETS
BLOCK$ STENCILS
DESK AND CHAIR PAINT SETS
TABLES IDEAL BOOK BUILD
TINKERTOYIE O U
WOOD TOYS Y - SEWING MACHINES
DOLLS MOVING PICTURES
CATS MIRRORSCOPES
DOGS BOATS
HORSES
CHAIRS WEtDRMWAGONS
Smoking Stands, Humidors, Poker Sets, Candle Sticks, Glove Boxes, Candy Boxes, Dinmn
Gongs, Brass Jardinieres
FOR CHRISTMAS GIVE HER A CRYSTAL ELECTRIC WASHER
EXTRA SPECIAL
A BIG REDUCTION ON ALL ELECTRIC TABLE AND FLOOR LAMPS
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Prof. C. 0. Davis, of the education
department, spoke before the $chool-
men's club of Detroit, yesterday at
the Board of Commerce building. His
subject was "The Most Pressing Cur-
rent Problems Relating to the Junior
High School."
Library Calls in Books
Students having in their possession
books drawn from the Library must
return them by next Tuesday, ac-
cording to Librarian W. W. Bishop.
It is a Library rule that such books
are due before Christmas vacation
and comnencement in the spring in
pr er that they may be checked up.
IUCHIGANENSIAN NOTICES
All fraternities, sorprities, 4n
prgoni"ations must have pie-
tares taken for the Michiganen-I
sian before Christmas vaca-
tion. This is final.

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