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P ; THE, MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1923

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VI . vo Ao adP aeauhriis revnl i on g ressni. a)
of' lU'eu&o L7'ison o h

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gtt.}ga. "Although it is a club f , ee'r ~z
rtricted to the use, of its
its large membership brings e VY -dne
door more individuals than
0 ili0 flo t puii iC dings,'' he.
iii' .: l h () f 17 I1 n is reqire i 011(11!1"111's, 1 l) )'
L. JIba nioii building in th-,s ~cI1s Of01ti~e l' ;.tVlv
t isr Tivo shifts of hou.se men :of "Six I', ,('t Pl''' a Iat l
In laming work, one ahlift -working !o'clock Wolnescday, 021 ohm' 21in' Sa-
froll).1_1 o'clock, at i lght until 7 ini the ;rali (1aswceil n ;ell hail.
~~.w ,, ?n theserubibing ma- The 1Pupp cteer or 1'1aTIV, F'tr nP(11,_
0;i0e are operated. ?hle other shift tended tour throiugh the 'ro2 t--
;corks from 7 iii the morning, until 1 I. ' as of northers) iciantissm ur
o'clock at night, oingnot hing;<,but where . they "1 ! t oig wee gave f\ . erfa rne I
cleaning. The wages of these men, their Marionette sho 1have irc-
must be paid out of the profits made edl and added, new featIfures fo)r h<'
in the various departments and out first camzpus appearayce this yea
of the dlues of the members, be auise ,"alli, Theo Pri a Donna" isai f
obAiously the cleaning departmlent is} especially perd:, for t1i1-1; :'
non-revenue producing. ;folIUnce and h11,e "Teni .rmna
Violinist'', oPzn of. tlhe txi( k mn
,'erne, Oct. 25.-The Swiss have quit< which reqjuires the u.:_e fo h11, op err'-
quotin g the German mark in. cx- or's teeth as well a !uhs hands I'o-
change. f manipllla~on, will also appear.

./~.7kets will b~e on sale at all
asadin Newberry 'Hall.
/ 'CYistTo
?-ty.HeeSunday
1',i. 03'a I>.rti ard, 'cellist, recent-
ly dd to thie faculty of the School
Ot V7111,r ii be onv of the soloists
at th rsl. of the faculty concerts on
unIr v ftrnoon, Miss Larthard is
a sold nmedal graduate of the New
] landl Conservatory of Music. She
Ccome s Lo Ana Arbor after several I
teaching .seasons, in the east andl more
recently in the iddle west. She has
als1o given numer'ous recitals in the
largrmui ceitcirs of the east.
MisslmrtardIs said to excel in
bO erfrmaceof chamber music
1 c lC(aly. Of her playing the crib-
ies saiy: "h has a fine sense of tone'
v alIMes, her playing being character-
ized 1wy clearness and broad, deep and
emotional t one. Hler technique is
brilliant, and she has a nice concept

of rhythmic possibilities and musical
dynamics." Miss Larthar~d will Qifer
several numbers at the recital on
Sunday.
CORRECTION
Contrary to a statement. made yes-
terday in TDhe Daily, that a mieet ng of
the Senate would 'be h~eld Nov. 8, to
consider recent cas(- 4f disciplinary
action, the meeting to ae held on that
(late will cornne its dicusionen-
tirely to future policies in matters
of discipline..
Read th4 Want Ads
PICK Wed. MetI. 80c to 6 1.50
GARB IC~ " -.0P t, $2.60
Mei;r~ t... 60 to$2.00
The Grtat Am*:is~an Thrillodrama
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Daily classified for real results.

This Puppeteer prodcition is unde~lr
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A Thousand Volts of Laughs and Jolts

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