SUN"D_ Y, NQYKMBER-, 8, -1925
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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TLAS 3S TI STUDENT INORKER GIVE'S JPA T HVEMP*
COLUM F ICOLUMN
CLOSES j ~CLOSES 9TAK 9AT LAV9YFS' GUB AM110::~A1
AT AAY P.M..Tt A2U
-'V).'Ih e ath room s are fur -f ' ijql'- "
-Iu witli foreoign enameledI tinsI
VI'n file 1floors. T ho floors of; t c3/ F
" > : _o ;cs are of polishied wood.
(I'o A htch to
OIC lt1ST 1Tcv ard r ternatiounaiPeace are to Diave their fIrst eP 1)er'].f ii.C'witi 1 0 8t .i+ E', and1(1tl e ii("' Of -it .i.
life in a modrn Aeri can anea r~ nent. .Ztll 111ii ;O wspaper i iuji),. hl(tati8
Dr. Conrad Hoffman secretary of. The fii.t such: lbuidng ever coiutraet------ fjl i (
TAILQRINQ OS onctime Saturday night a',the lnterna.. Wal Student service andled eral will soon be ready for oc- Clf.prtI L,'. 111...ll--1itUs [tiwd ,r7l.1 1od;' v, he cou~d
Students Tailorng Phone 84)40 rgesieSchaeffer pen and pe ncl a wrer in the World Stud(ent. :Cris- UOy. :*nto (gr ' iCg'Vsibcardo-
tor. . LdIIherSity and Thayer to Ilate]. <t 1bot10111of penf it iW banl f(edrtion. a(leSs)d members rof. 1. Moioto COf the I,,-erial - '1L > uiz'gi-hSitfl~tI7at ilef) ir Vol. Sch '+
MEN'S +SUITSrCENDAD roughiened 1by burning. Rewhard irf of the Lawyers' club Friday night,ilversty as :supevised l.f iheP. wo r G1.i'!t rlu'I::(a? rU - 'o.i" ( mknidln
PRIESSED, $1.2 I 1 i S 10( to Thonmpson at 426 N. In-i Only recently returned to the United construction,. with the assstance of - -
TROUSRS PRESSE ), 2(r gr.1 -, ial 4917 or call at 925 Church States after a numnber of years spenthswfeadwllurt h nae----- -_ __
CLEANING, PRESSING, REPAIRING i M" I1557, or al 1(06 So. Wing Univ.: in Europe and Asia in attempts to se- ieit
ANB LTRNIASEIA Y 1-,11. 1Phone Ulniversity 45-M. cure stuldent co-operation and to t Te building is on tie 1Ame1Can3
AJS AISDRSE N create a sentiment among students stle throughout. It is four storiesS
"OAT,(LOT-Set of drawing instrumentsj for international peace, Dr. Hoffman .ig, fre ndartiuk robl
REASONABLE PRICES iih('(i.Ly miorning somewhere be- briefly surveyed his work there andi of reinforced concrete and contis 42:
WFork Called For And IDelivered tw(CiLN1k.7th and State on Ann. Call recounted a number of experiences he; apartments ranging from one room t o
________________________ l;:h. iwad.hd mal nhi vrin rlainswihsix. More than 170 person:, have filed's Sample books o Person~
iLO EUYSO.Lnipr lse ncs rbbyo governments, !applications for the apartments. As,
maetwvnadmrch aig h ciiiso h w soi-the government a(vanced part of the, service. ea
ourspecialty. b319 S. Main. Room (-S i'.1'i. i4twrdl. - (all P'hla Arml-'ions with which Dr. offman is con1- 500000 yen which the bild:ing cost, it yu
202. Dial 4404. Slrong, 31,93.1 neted, will e largely confined, he 'was stipulated that not more than one-l
______Il brocght out, to work among thel third of theocuat may be fo
CHRISTMAS CAR DS G 1( IAAN Luge r 2 on Church St. Ai Asatic peoples, especially in the Pa - eigners. ocpnsle~i
Personal cards should be ordered now, I;.t O 5 The building is fitted with alhnt
Good work req uires tlime. Printing -:i7" to _____25 to form student groups in all cons- water heating ~ytemn, clcricty, a'-", f
and engraving a specialty. Largest i ' ,Pak .(f, tcktsorWo tries and to lend aid to visiting stu- Itlephone and other inoder conveni-
and finest selection obtainable. l nash~u rde dents from other nations.( enes. The walls and ceilings are i- ---- --- -- -- __
0. 1). MORRILL, -ll(-i__ 1e,. __ __fte I Dr. Hoffman was on the campus __
17 Nickels Arcade, _ Ir lE ast Thursday and Friday, speaking __-_________________Il~i
''eTyertr&Stationery Store T_____rhursday night at the Union before t=,I~EldI
THECOLEG MGICANHotTOTEI) uracefo rom nda selected group of representativeI
students, and addressing the faculty
Announcing Complete 4447 31S.T~vson ~a luncheon held Friday noon at the -
change in hifs bag of _____j_____ ______ Union. He is expected to return to
tricks. Enter tainmnent 1+'(;'iP(l i< It in twos for Ohlio game ,Ai Arbor Nov. .,0 to lecture in be- A I m ite 1?o ofic
for all occasions. I ur,. t127. i hf.f of the World court during Inter-
N. D. Smith, Dial 5970-- ational week.a
I I I 0our Statikts
SCIAEBER'LE & SON, 110 S. Main St 1 . 1 iw uo satisfactory.ikt,1 o c- % . ,
1j a'0ToGive Course in andr C rST AS1I11
Tepopular place'fo all kinds of, 4779
,?1IS O ! 1 ':a mre ow isi of his .:il.
I <Ir' gto the allos t.s9rtyust - r thf.Ie
is S;ort rs fearle fitsall it. (Isv:,'
101i.-'>-, (Iay in any .lumber. i,:i(1ma
Sav lo0v. noted 7paleon- Iti sot vyet. vne ir'rnit
e\:gthe photoplay °:;ond 0111ie a a. .tte.r of afew yetr I
which wvill appear hh' ( the lastm n eart h would
tslC'ati'Z mul Sun a y, (C- ! l i f 'tefl'r??ila ted,''
brontosaurus such as
'tu-,e actually existed! ? IZOM .--' IO o fr> ; ?, o; the Ca ..
pull thirty loaded 1cy d ynasty and the etbiheto
n a track without ef-; a republic in Italy Wparnlywa
ouster would be able; emb'raced in the plo~t toassint
wood of a bu ngailow Iic' Me° .usolii l ast We Iles d y.
,71 Cards now ready and at
ave your order early.
61SfTIUS SOME TIME,
[AND HOW ONLY TiHE
AN GIVE You THE
1AXIMUM IN SER VICE,
UALI TYAND PURITCY.
L Arbor DairyCo
The Home of Pure Milk
-musical+ instruments. It pays to l
trade here. ¢
TYl'EAVRITINC & i)1iMEOGR1APHiNA'!
Promptly andl neatly done lby compe-1
tenit operators at moderate rates.
College work a specialty for seven-I
O . D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade,
Thle Typewriter '& Stationery Storej
BUY' the LATEST FICTION at BID-
D)LF'S BOOK STORE, 11 Nickels
FOR RENT-Desirable front suite in
private home for one or two. Phone
797. Back of Union.
FOR RENT-Rooms for five or six
men at 422 E. Washington. Garage
for party living at house.-
FOR RENT-Garage 1111 So. State.
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 7.-Dr. Aldo
FOlTi) Tow in,, fuilly equipped. Call
53,16 orsto at 70*Haven. Cselnpoesro rpclmd icine in London, will arrive in New,
101" SAL1,-fdibson mandolin and, Orleans some time this month to startI
111mndo1in case,. Music stand and ; the work of establishing a school of)
mus;ic stand case, T35.00. Ray Vose, tropical medicine at Tulane univer-
2(1 5 Thayer. 'E sity. Dr. Charles C. Bass, dean of the
-~medical school of Tulane university,
rIIYPEWIITERSstated this week that the school had
Rebuilt and se0ond( hand of all makes securedl the world's greatest authority~
boug;:t, sold1, rented, exchanged,j on tropical diseases and tropical med-i
cleanedl, replaired and rebuilt. Larg-, cn nD. atlai
c ' t stoek and hest service depart-%
mea t in Ann Arbor. - DETROIT.- Prominent city offic ials
and executives of the Michigan state
0. D. iIORRtILL, fair have discussed plans for con-
17 Nickels Arcade, vesting the state fair grounds here'
The Typewriter & Stationery Store; into a year-round recreational and
Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona educational center.
- NEW YORK.-The actual condition
Read the W antAds l f clearing house banks and trustl
companies for the week shows a de-f
- ficit in reserve of $7,943,220.
here. Better give phlmto-
graphsy this t1ie ar1d
E. Liberty St.
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1 ---EVEN.:' OF 0. S. U. GAME
CECILIA HANSEN astonished critics and
music lovers alike at her New York debut
October 21, 1922, when she gave one of the
most successful concerts ever heard in that
city. "A younger sister of a spiritual Hei-
fetz" exclaimed Gilbert W. Gabriel of the
Evening Sun. "Peer of the Auer clan" de-
clared Richard Aldrich of the New York
'l'imes. "A new planet swam into public
ken yesterday afternoon," reported the New
York World. "A violinist of uncommon
gifts," asserted Lawrence Gilman in the New
York Tribune. "The audience gave her a
veritable ovation," said Pitts Sanborn in the
New Yor-k Evening Mail. "She looks like a
Giceok goddess and plays as one inspired,"
was the comment of a veteran concert-goer.
Such was time critical and public acclaim
of this beautiful Russian violinist of Danish
ancestry who will make her Ann Arbor
debut at this time.
London String Quartet
Jaynes Levey, 1 st Violin
Thomas W. Petre, 2ndl Violin
H. Waldo Warner, [iola
C. Warwick Evans, Violoncello
Friday, February 26
TIHE LONlDON STRING- QUARTE-T was
founded Un 1908. Besides giving over a
hundredI and fifty concerts in Lond~on1, they
have made three tours (if Norway, Sweden
and Denmark and of Spai i and 9 1a e "Alo
been heard in the countries of South Amner-
ica, while France andl IoIlla-nd have been
visited many times. 'They have criss-cl'(o)sedi
the Ulnitedl States and C }m ' , fournitiies
andi have visited Hlonolulut ho They have
producedl over one hundred -: w 'works.
The Quartet con sistrs of four emnenttinu-
sicians who have workedI (lacthor cohitmun-
o usly for seventeen years, a-mnd can (challenge
comparison with any possiole rival], inglishl,
Continental or American.
T he Ei*Xir of Love
A C'on li- Op ma in i''v Acts by 0i)et'ti
Presented by Willhi111Wadle Hinshiaw
Monday, January 11
, LUl~SS1 IAII VIIAMXIWR ORCHESTRA
W It bl l I)DHLEJiTBI' ?ItQ, Musical Director
Ilia1cl 1untington, Soprano ...........Adina
Eleanor La Mance, Mezzo-Contralto. ...
.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Gianotta
Thomla s cCranahan, Tenor...... Nemorino
Leo De lHierapolis, blaritone ........Belcore
Francis Tyler', Basso ............Dukamara
Adina is loved by Nemorino and is ad-
mired by Belcre. "doctor" Dunlcamara sells
IN-morilno a love elixir. Undler itso inaluence
heo of e ds Adina who resolves to marry
!L -lcero at once. Tihe "Doctor" refuses to
sell Nenmorino a stronger potion. B~elcore
lares .emoino to goi to war in his stead,
i ho, now supplied with money, buys an-
Gianetta now trier to "(catch" for herself
Ntemorino, who is uinaware that lie has just
inherited a fortune. Adina becomes jealous
and consults with the "Doctor'' u ho explains
how Nelnorino had tried to win her a ffec-
tion~s. Adina changes her mind, jilts Bil-
cor'e and marries the faithful Nennorino..
IF. 111LII SCIHRlSTIANSEN, Conductor
THE ST. OLAF LUTHERAN CHOIR-"A
celestial chorus," "too perfect to be human,"
"no chor'al body can excel them in precis-
ion"-such are the descriptive terms whmich
have been employed by musical critics
where time organization has appeared in
F. iIElJS CHRISTIANSEN is the quiet-
est, most una-ssuming individual imaginable.
neither from his conversation nor his ap-
pearance would one imagine him to be one
of the most gifted of choir leaders.
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