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October 12, 1921 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-10-12

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CONCERT COURSES IRE
POPULAR THIS YEAR
HAVE ALREADY SOLD TICKETS
FOR MOST EXPENSIVE
BLOCK OF BEAT
Advance ticket sales for the two
concert courses being conducted this
season by the School of Music show
more than the usual approval by Ann
Arbor concert patrons, according to
a statement made yesterday by Charles
A. Sink, secretary of the school. The
number of orders at the present time
is far in excess of previous years and
the office at the school has been ex-
ceptionally busy handling the many
orders in the mails, not only from Ann
Arbor residents, but from outside cit-
ies as well.
Mr. Sink stated today that the ord-
ers received to date would be more
than sufficient to' fill the entire al-
lotment of block "A" ($6) in the Chor-
al Union series and that it would be
necessary to assign some ordering
seats at this price to less expensive
locations. He particularly urges the
public not to send orders at this price.
It is, however, possible to fill orders
in bloks B, C, and4.
Orders received before Friday of
this week will be filled In advance of
the general public sale which will
begin at 8 o'clock Saturday morning
at Hill auditorium. At that time all
tickets which have not been ordered
by mail will be thrown open to pur-
chase by the generalspublic.t t
Secret ary Sink also said that the
number of ticket orders coming in for
the Extra Concert series, which will
include five programs by the Detroit
Symphony orchestra with several
celebrated soloists, is very gratifying.
Mail orders for this series will be re-
ceived until Friday, October 21, and
they will be put on public sale on
Saturday, October 22.
SECOND KAZOO PAPER
MAKES APPEARANCE
Kalamazoo, Mich., Oct. 10.-The
first issue of Kalamazoo's new even-
ing and Sunday paper, the Star, was
published Sunday morning. The
paper is being published by The Star
company, of which John R. Zuver,
former managing editor of the South
Bend News-Times is the president
and Ralph Hewson, also of South
Bend, is the business manager. Kala-
mazoo has been without a second
paper since the absorption by the Ga-
sette of the Telegraph Pres five years
ago.
Huber to Represent Miebigan
Dr. G. Carl Huber, professor of
anatomy in the Medical school, will
represent the University at Lake For-
est university at Lake Forest Ill., on
the occasion of the inauguration of
President Herbert McComb, of that
institution, which will take place Nov.
We can't go to the Wisconsin Game
but will send a representative. Ar-
cade Barber Shop-Adv.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY_________
MANY RARE BOOKSI /
ADDED TO LIBRARY ~ \1/

Many rare volumes will be added
to the University library when Li-
brarian W. W. Bishop returns from
Europe 'in. December. Reports re-
ceived to date indicate that his ef-
forts to purchase certain collections
and sets needed to make the library
files more complete are meeting with
success.
Among the books reported purchas-
ed thus far, are more than 40 volumes
of miscellaheous drama, the dates of
publication of which range from 1698
to 1799. These are in English. More
than 30 volumes of rare biographies
have also been secured. They are in
Latin, French, and Italian, and date
from 1684 through 1869.
A number of Victorian County His-
tories have been purchased. This ad-
dition will practically complete the
set in the library and is considered
very valuable, as they have been out
of print for a number of years. Other
periodicals which have been purchas-
ed are 26 volumes of back numbers of
the Archaelogia Cantiana; 15 volumes
of the Grampian club and copies of
Theater for 1877 and 1878.
OFFERS SECOND TWILIGHT
ORGA NSERIES TOMORROW
Earl V. Moore will give the second
concert in the Weekly Twilight Organ
series at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow after-
noon in Hill auditorium. These con-
certs are complimentary, and the pub-
lic is requested to be seated promptly
and to refrain from bringing small
children.
The following program has. been
prepared: Entree du Cortege, Invo-
cation and Laus Deo from "Messe de
Mariage" by Dubois and Caprice in
B fiat, Funeral March and Chant of
the Serapho by Guilmant.
G. M. Gilmore Locates in Honolulu
George M. Gilmore, '21, captain of
last year's Varsity swimming team,
writes from Honolulu to Dean John
R. Effinger that he is going into busi-
ness in that city.

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A Bo Hit Me
For a Quarter
Told me how the sweetest girl in the
world had turned him down and he
had hit the road until he could forget.
But I was clear broke and thought at
first I couldn't help him out. And then
a happy thought came to me. I took
him just 32 steps from State Street and
showed him a mighty fine restaurant
where he could buy a whole lot for just
a little.
You bet he thanked me because it is
worth more than a quarter to know
about
Flowers' Restaurant
615 E. LIBERTY ST.

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