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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

News From Other Colleges nof the Law school will speak on
NewsFromOthr :Clle s te "WrldCourt."
Church of Christ Disciples
California.-Helen Wills, '27, worm- these cheap but efficient vehicles are W "Normal Christianity-How Does it
a national singles champion, de- in use. _ Work?" will be the topic of discussion
at thei10:30servicesathhemChurchdo
ted Winifred Suhr, '26, former Pa- IMinnesota.-A psychological clinic Christ Disciples Church this morn-
ic Coast singles champon, in the has been opened on the campus with uig. Bible classes will meet at 9:30
al round of the Interorganization Dr. L. G. Lowry in charge. Abnor- and the Men's Service Club under the
mnis tournament played here Sat- mal and diseased minds of children leadership of Dr. Stouffer will hold
lay. Miss Wills represented Kappa will be the special work undertaken. their meeting at 12 o'clock. Christian
ppa Gamma. Endeavor will meet at 6:30 o'clock.
Princeton.-The unusual amount of Zion .Lutheran Church
Vassar.-College officials have bean campus opinion recently expressed Holy Coinmunion at the Zion Luth-
'ced to employ several traffic po- on present government by the senior yran Church will be given in German
emen to regulate bicycle traffic on council. has caused an open forum to at the 10:30 o'clock service. Bible
e camnpus. Over eight hundred of be convened. Petitions requesting classes will gather at 9 'clock. At
this meeting were circulated. ithe 5:30 o'clock student Foru t, Nur
Mohammed Malik will speak on the
AtT 4 1O A '] , Wisconsin.-A course in "Spanish subject, "Religious Conditions in In-
USIC A Dournal is being given for the dia." The evening service at 7:30
M USICIANS first time here this year under the o'clock will be in English and the ser-
direction of Professor Joaquin Ar-: mon subject is to be, "Welcoming
tega, of the department of Romance Our King."
RACHMANINOFF Ilanguages, who has done newspaper Bethlehem Evangelical Church
One of the outstanaing ev'nts of work in Spain. Some 20 students English services will be held at 10
e Detroit music season is promised have enrolled this semester, about o'clock in the Bethlehem Evangelical
ion Sergei Rachmaninoff, the groat ;half of them from the course in Jour-; Church; services in German at 11
ssian pianist, will appear in re- nalism. o'clock. Sunday school and bible
:al at 8:30 o'clock Tuesday night in Purdue.-One of the most unprece- classes will meet at 9 o'clock.
chestra hall, the second number on dented and timely price reductions on St. Paul's Lutheran Church
e Orchestra hall concert series un- a modern necessity has been an- A preparatory service in German
r the direction of James E. Devoe nounced from headquarters of the will be held at St. Paul's Lutheran
the Philharmonic-Central concert Hardtimle Dance committee. The Church this morning at 9 o'clock fol-
mpany. Other artists on this course price of the tickets for this annual lowed by communion at 9:30 o'clock.!
o Geraldine Farrar, February 5, and affair was reduced from $1.98 to $1.9.I There will be a preparatory serviceI
its Kreisler, March 13. - in English at 11 o'clock followed by
Rachmaninoff will play a program I .Mary Katherine Camp the giving of Holy Communion. Stu-
characteristic magnitude: some ,y dent supper will be served at 5:30
ch, a Beethoven sonata, the "Vari- betit o su ess iateteAtlan o'clock and at 6:30 Mr. Anderson will
Ions Serieuses" of Mendelssohn. a itl f"is mrc"atteA n lead the discussion' group, his sub-
opin group, a Liszt number and tic City beauty contest in September, ject being "The Ku Klux Klan."
veral of his own compositions. } will enter the College of Art' of Ohio Trlindty Lutheran Church
The Russian virtuoso is one of the State Universtiy. Miss Campbell 'says "Cultivating a Thankful Spirit" will
eat figures of contemporary music. that she is going to, school with the be discussed at the 10:30 o'clock ser-
e is now in his fiftieth year and has idea of "really studying." vice at the Trinity Lutheran Church
,en continuously before the public YleYlesudns.hfple
er since the memorable concert he 'owue.-Yale students who pulled
.ye in London in 1899 when he ap- down the Harvard colors and chipped
pared in the threefold role of corn-the goal posts for souvenirs afterthe ELL Q W S!
rcodcoanpansoosa gaelsSaudywr eeey hievement which he has since'r{ crit cised i an editorial in the Daily
ated many times. His first Amern- News.
n tour occurred in 1909. The tre- Northiwester.-The cast of "male vra
endous hold which he has upon the show girls" for the annual musical
nerican public today dates from 1920 comedy has been chosen. The play, Eith r Soo h k
ien he scored triumphs throughout which is to be given Dec. 7 and 8, is ae r "
e country like those of Paderewski. called "Let 'Er Go." buy
nown as one. of the giants of the why not by them where you
yboard, Rachmaninoff also pos-1 Princeton.-Princeton's crew sched-
sses the distinction of being a pro- ule for 1924 includes races with Yale
Ic and powerful somposer. His 1 and Cornell at Princeton, May 17, and We have the Oxfords and ha
[norsymhon isoneof he ostwith the University of PennsylvaniaI
autiful modern , symphonies while and Columbia at Philadelphia in the FITTING FEET BETTEI
e two piano concertos, thme second 'ChlsupR eMa;31
d third contain many pages ofsmag- Childs Cup Race May - you buy them from us you will
ficent music. Everyone knows his less money.
ique and beautiful preludes for the
ano while the "Polichinello," "Bar OUR BLACK AND TA
rolle" and "Alelodle" are ;scarcely V Ri N
s familiar. Severaful of modern songs are also N on the broad full toe last are .
- the o mdenysegar. ls
om Rachmaninoff's pen.. of the year.
HEMPEL WITh SYMPHONY (Continued from Page' Nine)
The fifth pair of Detroit Symphony Mr. and Mrs. Chapman welcome all $1 w*
bscription concerts will be marked students to attend the Friendship
the appearance as soloist of Frie- Hour at the Guild House from 5:30
Hempel, the famous soprano and until 6:30 o'clock. At .6 o'clock the
ie of the few living exponents of the B. Y. IP. U, society will hold their brown with contrast piping.
t of "bel canto" of which Sembrich meeting in the church and at 6:30 last, showing the latest style
.s the supreme mistress. The con- there will be a devotional. meeting
rts will be Thursday and Friday with Prentice Ford in charge. unusually good fitter around t
ghts, Dec. 13 and 14, and Mr. Ga- Unitarian Church
'ilowitsch has arranged a program The morning service will be held $12 . 4
all suited to display ethe diva's rare at 1:30 " o'clock at the Unitarian

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Prepares To Take
Volstead's Place
In New Congress

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Ioerng C.Lommtton 8 aSons
Largest Fine Clothing Store in the World- CHICAGO

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0. J. Kyale
O. J. Kvale, new congressman
from Minnesota, who will succeed An-
drew Volstead, author of the prohibi-
tion enforcement law, in congress at
its coming session, is now familiariz-
ing himself with his new duties. Ile
was snapped in Washington.
this morning. Sunday school with
student class will be held at 9:30
o'clock.

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Monday,

Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec.
Burchfield Will Show at Hotel

3rd, 4th and 5th
Allenel

I/you want

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Oxfords

or Norwegian
will be assured of a better fit?
ve made a SPECIALTY OF
R for the past 25 years. So, if
. be sure of more satisfaction for
N SCOTCH GRAINS
ust the type of shoe for this time
O0 A PAIR
RAINS we have in black or
They are made over a very new
trend, which you, will find an
.he heel.
0 PER PAIR

Correct Things for College Men
From the Lytton College Shop
VERCOATS and Suits of distinctive
patterns and conservative cut, Hats, Shoes,
everything you wear - personally selected by
Burchfield-and quite in time for the holidays.
Be sure to see the display. The economies of our,
great buying power bring you finer qualities
and greater satisfaction at what you usually pay.

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When in Chicago Visit the Lytton College Shop

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Extra Pcrforniancc Schcdulcd

Madame Hempel will sing two of
greatest Mozart arias :"Deh vien
ni tardar" fromh "Le ┬░Nozze di Fi-
ro" and "Batti, batti, 0 bel Masetto"
m "Dop Giovanni." The secondl
up comprises the "Standchen" of
chard Strauss, the "Wiegenlied" of
cmperdinck, composer of "Haensel
d Gretel," and the "Saper vorreste"
m Verdi's "The Masked Ball." Mr.
brilowitsch will lead the orchestra
Borodin's B minor symphony which
11 then have its Detroit premiere,
d Mendelssohn's overture to Ra-
.e's tragedy, "Athalie."
Beethoven's ninth symphony with
3 Detroit symphony choir and a
artet of distinguished soloists will
given at the Christmas concerts,
c. 27 and 28.

Church, church school at 9:45 o'clock.
At noon Professor Wood will conduct
his class in Modern Social Problems.
Young' people's' 'supper'will be surveil
at 5:45 and at 6:30 Prof. E. D. Dickin-
.
TootTroubles?,
Have your feet examined
and diagnosed by a spec-
ialist. Consultations Free.
IRVING WARMOLTS
D. S. C.
Chiropodist and Orthopedist

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COME IN AND BE CONVINCED.

for the 18th Annual Union Opera

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A record-breaking seat sale has sold out so many houses during
the week that it has become necessary to schedule the extra
performance to accommodate the Opera's thousands of patrons.
Some seats still left for performances during the week, but
extra fine tickets are now available for Saturday night's show.

THE TWO NEWEST MODELS FOR
THIS SEASON
THE ENGLISH LOUNGE SUITS
TAILORED BY KAHN TO YOUR IN-
DIVIDUAL MEASUREMENTS

Positively No Exchanges of
Tickets will be made

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WE ARE THE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS

Extra performante tickets for the Saturday night show go on sale
Monday morning at 10 o'clock.

LIONEL AMES, '24
Union Opera Star, as
"SUZANNE"

Tinker & Company
SOUTH STATE STREET AT WILLIAM STREET

"COTTON STOCKINGS"

THE HOME OF BETTER CLOTHES, FURNISHINGS
AT FAIR PRICES

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