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October 05, 1921 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-10-05

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STITCHING SHOP
'Y AVENUE PHONE 2526
r Arcade Theatre
ANN ARBOR, 1lICHIGAN

HAS BANNER YEAR

ist; Feb. 3, Erika Morini, violinist, We can't go to the
arnd Mar. 14, Rosa Raisa, soprano, and 1but will send a rep
Giacomo Rimini, baritone. cade Barber Shop.-

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Total Enrollment Figures
2815, An Increase+
621 Over 1920.

Placed At
Of

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THIRD ANNUAL

(AL UNION

IES

IN MoCORMACK
RITZ KREISLER
ROSA RAISA
and many other great Artists

IN A SERIES OF

SIX CONCERT

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IILL AUDITORIUM ANN ARBOR
ons Tickets (first choice) may be ordered by mail up to
Friday, October 7, at $7.00 each
!r course tickets may be ordered by mail up to Friday,

October 14, at $4.50, $5.00, $5.50 and $6.00
All Orders Filled in Order of Receipt

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ADDRESS
HARLES ASINK, Secretary
University School of Music

English Bulldogs
are the thing this fail.
Good, snappy style with
the fineness of custom

LARGE NUMBER OF STUDENTS
TAKE COURSES IN EDUCATION.
An increase of 621 students repre-
senting a 28 per cent increase over
last year was recorded in the total
enrollment of the 1921 Summer ses-
sion and the session was declared by
Dean E. H. Kraus to have been the
most successful in the history of the
University. Total enrollment figures
were placed at 2815.
The largest increases were noted
in the Colleges of Engineering and
Architecture and in the Medical
school. The enrollment in medicinm
increased from 169 to 312 and neces-
sitated the operation of laboratories
in Biology, Physiology, Anatomy, and
Pharmochology. Thelarger number
of students enrolled in these courses
was due to the congestion in the de-
partment during the regular semes-
ters.r
Education Dept. Features.
The outstanding feature of the past
summer session was the large enroll-
ment in the School of Education. The
students in this department were
principally -teachers and superintend!
ants who were attracted by the varied
courses offered in the new department.
The course in public health nurs-
ing were largely attended, there being
38 nurses enrolled in the department
representing widely scattered locali-
ties throughout the country.
Only a slight increase was noted in
the Law school and the enrollment in
the Biology station was approximately
the same as during the precedng
summer session. The fhied courses
in Geology and Geography conducted
at Mill Spring in southern Kentucky
were attended by 28 students and the
work was pronounced successful. by
those in charge.
The course of special lectures which
were held every day at 5 o'clock and
again in the evening at 8 o'clock at-
tracted greater attention than ever
before and the course in library
methods also enrolled a banner at-
tendance.
Figures Doubled Since 1918.
In 1918 enrollment in the Summer
session was 1301 and since that time
ments were noted throughout the
the figures have more than doubled.
In 1919 there were 1961 enrolled in
the Summer session, in 1920 there
were 2194 and during the past sum-
mer the enrollment was 2815.
increases in summer school enroll-
ment were noted throughout the
country and Michigan's boost com-
pared favorably with the figures given
out by other institutions.
COMPLETE ORCHESTRA
CONCERT SERIES WILL
BE OFFERED PATONS
This year for the first time in the
history of Ann Arbor music a com-
plete series of orchestra concerts
will be given. Ossip Gabrilowitsch
and the Detroit Symphony orchestra
have consented at the request of Ann
Arbor music patrons, as represented
by the University Musical society, 1t6
give five concerts on Nov. 8, Dec. 12,
Jan. 23, Feb. 20 and Mar. 27.
The Detroit orchestra has made un-
usual progress for the short time of
its organization and is now in the
first rank of American orchestras. In
addition, soloists of international
reputation have been secured. Th'ey

are Estelle Liebling, dramatic sop-
rano; Raoul Vidas, a French violin-
ist of note; Ossip Gabrilowitsch,
pianist; Hans Kindler, the famous.
Dutch 'cellist, and Bendetson Netzorg,
pianist.
In order to make the concerts with-
in therreach ofh ll-music lovers of
Ann Arbor a schedule of prices has
been worked out such that all who
wish may attend. Seat prices are $5
for three center sections on the main
floor and first eight rows in the
second balocny, $4 for the two side
sections on the main floor, and last
seven rows in the first balcony, $3
for second balcony front and $2 for
second balcony rear. In this last
section are approximately 1,000 seats.
Choral Union concert series cost $6,
$5.50, $5 and $4.50 for the four sec-
tions given above.
The Choral Union series contains
six concerts; Oct. 20, Harold Bauer,
pianist; Nov. 22, John McCormack,
tenor; Dec. 5, Ignaz Friedman, plan-

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
Fyfe shoes are the products of America's foremost designers and
manufacturers. At prices ranging from the moderate figures upward,
they represent the fidnest shoe vaues possible to obtain.
Representatives of the -Fyfe Store Will be present to fit you accu-
rately.

R. H. Fyfe & Co., Detroit

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Announces an Interesting
Exhibition of Men's Fall
Shoes and Oxfords

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F ingerle's Cafeteria

Woodward and Adams
DETROIT

at 322 South State Street

Announces that
Stdrting Today

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Claridge
BLACK OR BROWN
$10 TO $12

A Special Plate Lund

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115 SOUTH MAI$-r STREET,

Will Be Served Daily
at the Very Low Price of

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35c

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Well Your Friends

TheTwo Wednesday Menus include:

g new friendships here at
be sure to affiliate yourself

Roast Pork with Dressing

Brookfield Sausage

Mashed Potatoes

ligan

Apple Sauce
Bread, Butter

Mashed Potatoes

Green P

h some good banking institution.
this way you will establish your

String Beans

Tea Coffee Milk Chocolate

Tea,

,Bread and Butter
Cofee Milk Cho
Soup with luncheon, 5c

Soup with luncheon, 5c

appreciate the opportunity of demonstrating
our services to you.

Additional charges, of course, for
anything extra that is ordered

The Menus will be Changed Daily

Arbor Savings Bank
TE A LITTLE EVERY DAY

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