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Weekly twilight organ recitals will
a feature of the musical opportuni-
es in the campus this year in ad-
tion to the regular faculty concerts
i Sunday afternoons, according to
i announcement made by Charles A.
nk, secretary of the School of Music.
arl V. Moore, head of the organ de-
rtment, will give several of these
ncerts and distinguished out of
wn soloists will appear from time
time. The concerts will be short,
>t lasting more than 40 minutes, and
ill be given at 4:15 every Thursday
ternoon in Hill auditorium.
Orchestra Popular.
One of the most popular organiza-
ons giving programs in the Faculty
ncert series is the University Sym-
iony orchestra under the direction
fSamuel Pierson Lockwood. This
chestra is now reorganizifg and
hearsals will start early next week.
ryouts will be held at the School of
usic from 7 to 8:30 o'clock Wednes-,
ay and Thursday. Applicants should
ing their instruments and some
usic with which they are familiar.
reshmen and women are eligible.
he orchestra consists of about 60
layers and has been a force in Uni-
ersity music for 15 years.
Concerts Complimeltary.
In addition to the University Sym-
iony orchestra at these Faculty con-
rts, members of the School of Music
,culty and the Varsity band will ap-
ear. Opportunity for community
nging will also be given. These
rograms this year will take place at

be complimentary. Dates as an-
nounced are Oct. 16 and 30, Nov. 13,
Dec. 4, Jan. 15 and 29, Feb. 26, Mar. 5
and 19 and Apr. 2.
Shields-Schroder Marriage Announced
Word has been received of the
marriage of Hilda Shields, '24, and
Keith Schroder, '23, which occurred in
Battle Creek in August. Mrs. Schrod-
er is a member of Chi Omega soror-
ity. Schroder is a member of Sigma
Chi fraternity.

NAVAL ACADEMY GRADUIATES
WILL CONDUCT RESEARCHES
High explosive research work has
been assigned to Lients. T. E. Chand-
ler, C. T. Joy, and A. D. Mayer, of the
United States Naval academy graduate
school. Their work here in the chem-
ical laboratories is under the direction
of Profs. A. E. White and A. H. White
who did much research work in the
field of high explosives during the
war. The work for the naval depart-
ment will continue for a period cov-
ering the entire college year.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

Members of the Ferris Institute club
will meet 4t 4 o'clock tomorrow aft-
ernoon, Oct. 5, in room 206, Univer-
sity hall. The purpose of this meeting
is for reorganization, the election of
officers and the outlining of this year's
plans.
All former students of the Ferris
Institute at Big Rapids are invited
to be present.
Some wonderful. ties; Cheney cra-
vats, knitted ties, and plain silks. 8tc
to $2.00. Davis Toggery Shop, 119 So.
Main St.-Adv.

FERRIS INSTITUTE CLUB
MEETS AT 4:00 TO

MORROW

Artistic Picture Framing a
ty at De Fries Art Store.
Main.-Adv.

special-
223 So.

LAST TIMES SHOWING TODA
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From The Saturday Evening Post Story by Peter B. Kyne
Directed by Edward Sloman
WHAT WOULD YOU DO WITH A
TEN-DOLLAR RAISE?
AND JUST WHAT WOULD IT MEAN TO YOU YEAR AFTI
AND THE MORAL EFFECT SINCE THIS MOVE WOULD IN
PROGRESS AND ONE GROWING WITH HIS POSITI
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ANDA MACK SENXETT COMEDY

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( . R. H. Fyfe & Co., Detroit
Announces an Interesting
Exhibition of Men's Fall
Shoes and Oxfords
Throughout this week university men will have the opportunity
of choosing conveniently from the complete collection of Fyfe fall
styles now displayed at the establishment of
ARTHUR F. MARQUARDT
608 East Liberty
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Fyfe shoes are the products of America's foremost designers and
manufacturers. At prices ranging from the moderate figures upward,
they represent the finest shoe vaues possible to obtain.,
Representatives of the Fyfe Store will be present to fit you accu-
rately.
Woodward and Adams J
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Saturday Evening
by Peter B. Kyne.

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Post story

Majestic-Cecil B., DeMille's pro-
duction, "The Affairs of Ana-
tol," with Wallace Reid, Wan-
da Hawley, Gloria Swanson
and Bebe Daniels.
Wuerth-Tom Moore in "Beat-
ing the Game;" and Harold
Lloyd in "I Do."
Orpheum - Carl Laemmle pre-
sents Hoot Gibson in "Action."

'"OUIR FATHERS WERE ENEMIES, BUIT I LOVE
The story of a modern Juliet who tried to keep alive the
and stifle her love for her Romeo.

OTHER ATTRACTIONS

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A COMEDY TRULY FUNNY AND MANY NEW LAUGHING
AND "MY BAREFOOT BOY" ARCADE ORCHEST
SHOWING AT 2:00, 3:30, 7:00 AMF. S:30
Last Feature Starts at 9:00 P. M.

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