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14HE MICI-IIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 10

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Prelude and Fugue in C sharp Minor (Bach;) Papillons (Schumann;)
Andantino and Variations (Schubert-Tausig;) Capriccio, Intermezzo, Rhap-
i sodic (Brams;) Reflections in the water (Debussy;) Sonetto del Petrarca,
No. 123 (Liszt;) 15th IHungarian Rhapsodic (Liszt.)
The general public is invited, but is requested to come promptly on time
as the doors will be closed during the performance of numbers. For obvious
reasons children in arms will not be admitted.
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.

HONOR ROOSEVELT
AND NAVY MONDAY

I ample of this is the effcrts to relieve
suffering following the Jaane
earthquake. Another great peace timce
duty of the Navy is to promole a
spirit of good feeling oward America
in all parts of the world.

jecti-e of the commanding officers'
to instinct the men in the fundamen-
t2s of navigation in order that they
will he better fitted to undertake the
rNvise which is to begin June 15 and
crd July 1.

Beard In Control of Student Publications:
A meeting of the Board in Control of Student Publications has been called
for Friday afternoon. October 24th, at 2 p. in., at the Press Building. All of
the members are requested to be present.
G. C. Grismore, Business Manager.
Economics 15:
A make-up examination in this course will be given Monday, October 27,
at 2 p. in., Room 208, Economics Bldg. It. L. Cay erly.
Civil Engineering 40:
The classes in Highway Engineering will not meet at 8:00 or 11:00 a. in.,
on October 24th. The members of the classes are advised to attend the Friday
morning and afternoon sessions of the Convention of the American Society
of Civil Engineers to be held in the Hotel Tuller, Detroit.
A. 11. Blanchard.
Class in Sociology 141:
The trip to the prison farm near Northville will start Friday afternoon
at 3 o'clock from the west side of hill Auditorium, where a bus will be sta-
tioned. The round-trip cost will be somewhat less than a dollar. The plan
is to return to Ann Arbor by six o'clocR. Students going in their own cars
should take the Pontaic road out of Ann Arbor going through Salem.
A. E. Wood.
University of Michigan Band:
Formation tonight at seven o'clock sharp to play for the Pep meeting in
Hill auditorium. Report at the orchestra rocms in the rear of the auditorium
in full dress uniform without' capes. Arthur M. 'Smith.

REE ADRESES WHAT'S GOING O
iNotices to appear in this column must
iereft in 'the box at the Daily office
o'kprceeding the day of issue.
rues istory ofCharters .Ind -FRIDAY
ayes Strys o Time ]alertlern _:00- Bard of Student Publications
y rIn 'rr ne Eati enmeets in Press building.
1 Preparation 3:3i0-Freshman literary class meets
in Hill auditorium.
Prof. Thomas H. Reed of the politi- 4: .0-University Gir s' Glee , club
cal science department discussed city meets on third floor of School of
charters at the afternoon session of Music.
the League of Michigan Municipali- 6:3iAnnual Foresters' campl ire at
Forestry farm.
ties yesterday afternoon. Professor 7.:00-Pep meeting in 11111 auditor.
Reed said the city charter does for"ium
the city what the constitution does 7.00-Find formation at 11111 auditor-
for the nation. He then traced the im.
history of granting city charters 7:30--Erie club meets in Uniuio.
down to the present day.
"One reason for Michigan having
more commission forms of govern- SATURDAY
mont is because of the home rule law 3:60) - isconsin-Michigan football
and the progressiveness of the Michi- gaaio at Ferxy field.
gan Charter commission, said Pro- 8:00-Craftsmen sleet at old Hasonic
fessor Reed. temple.
In concluding his speech he stress- ,-" f
ed the time element in preparing aU-TE
city charter. "Any kind of a legal Senior pictures are on sale at the
document prepared in haste is sure 'Ensian office from 2 to 5 every aft-:
to be full of mistakes. Time and the ernoon until Thanksgiving.
1 advice of some expert are necessary Al: campus organizations, fraternities,
in drafting a city charter." sororities, and societies must have
After the address an open discus- their contracts. for organization
sion was held at which Professor space in the Michiganensian office
Reed presided. by Nov. 1.
At the luncheon of the League yes-
terday noon Mr. Hal Smith of De- growth and maintenance of the muni-
troitdiscussed some of the problems cipal communities.1
of taxation claiming that tax exempt- Thursday's meetings culminated in
ed securities invited the investor to the Maria Jeritza concert at Hill
invest his money in government se- auditorium last night.
I curities rather than in the industrial, ----
commercial and agricultural enter- Euniapest, Oct. 23.-Esperanto is to
1 prises which are essential to the t uht two lessons everyweek.to

NLawrence, Kan., Oct. 23.-Demand
Exercises Planned To Arouse Public Naval Reserves for tickets for the Oxford-Kansas de-
Interest Ini Maritime Plan Summ er i'rip bate is so great that it has become
Activities necessary to transfer the location of
he event from the chapel to the
Navy Day will be celebrated Mon- Preparation for the summer ci1USe gynasium to accommodate the audi-
day with the aim in view of at the to be taken by the University of Mich- ence.
same time commemorating the birth- igan unit of the Naval reserves was
day of the late Theodore Roosevelt. begun at the weekly meeting of the Berljn, Oct. 23.--The post office de-
The reason for celebrating these two unit at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday in thc lartienit reported a surplus of 50,-
events jointly is because of the in- R. O. T. C. drill hall. It is the oh- WtO;0 marks since Feb. 1.
terest that President Roosevelt took
in the United States navy.
It was he who, as assistant secre-
tary of the navy, built up the sea
power after its decline following the W hen W mds Are Ha
Civil war. He planned the organization
of the naval forces for the Spanish It's Then You'll Appreciate the Healing, Soothing
American war which was at that time
inevitable. President Roosevelt, always Qualities of
an advocate of proficiency in gunnery,
closely directed his attentions along ce t
these lines.FEsco Velvet t in
Besides commemorating the work
of President Roosevelt, Navy Day Is Now is a god time to ret a bottle of this
held for the purpose of interesting the
American public in the achievements
and scientific advancement of naval
warfare since the Civil war. Air forces
have been increased and the airplaneEB BA H & S N C
perfected to a high degree of effic-
iency, 200-204 E. Liberty Ann Arbor
The Navy has taken an active partY
in relieving conditions following
world disasters. The most striking ex-

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Ccnnedy Club Tryouts:
Due to the large number of candidates at the two scheduled tryouts it has
been found necessary to hold further tryouts this afternoon at Newberry
hall at 4 o'clock. JacIk f assberger, President.
Sunday Faculty Concerts:
The first concert in the series of complimentary faculty concerts will
take place in Hill Auditorium, Sunday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock when
Andrew Haigh, pianist, will give the following program:

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