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TSDAY, NOVEMBlER 1

THE MICHIGAN DAILYN

PAGE SEVEN

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THISA
COLUMNLA
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AT 3 P.M. ADVER
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Of C. To Issue
1926 Auto Plates

End Of He-liocopter Search Seen AI^ -ith , the pow
el pIa t ofthe carth, some time In
As Spaniard Exhibits NewMde h futire rcedcen or nr

CLOSES All 1926 auto licenses will be issued
LTISING UA PI3M, through the Chamber of Commerce
instead of forom the office of the
county clerk as in previous years.
The local Chamber of Comerce has
VANTED been appointed a brarch office of
the state department at Lansing, and

li=ht ""d hea production by 'ive per,
{en ?This is e uestion ae' by
4 paper p osented to the National Ac-
iden of Scienr'es imeeling at ties.'?-
ivorsity of Wisconsin here today by
Dr. JO)l Siebhins, (Lrccter of the
vVasltington oim'r atcry.

WAs3HINGTON.-A total of 49,802
aliens entered the United States dur-
ing Secpember, the immigration serv-
ice reported yesterday. but only 26.-
2 7 E classified as imnmigrants, the.
c he being tourists or temporary
vidtors for other purposes.
NVa2t . rom? Read Page Seven

LOST-Police dog. Blonde wthy WANTED-We can use twelve or fi -
t reddisWhead, raith old. Strayedn teen extra part time salesmen at
fe corTner of Gedes and Harvard. once, calling upon suctomers, tak-
Ptg. Sunday afternoon. Reward. ing orders for Christmas. There is
Phone 9770 or- 7311. tf. F a very good opportunity to form
permanent connections. Call this
LOST-Bill fold cont~aining $10 bill~ rafternoon or evening. See Mr. De
Sunday. Please return to 219 S. Con, Room 5, Chubb Building. 43.
Ingalls or call 9276. Reward. 43.
, WANTED-Four tickets in twos for
NOTICEA A Ohio Game. Phone 9127. tf.
NOTICE me u ANTED-Young fellow to sell
"We pay best prices for mnsue lamps. Dial 5833. 43-44-45.!
clothing. Dial 8040.i O ET
Students' Tailoring , II IFI'
Cor. N. Univ. and T~ayer
t.; th., sat. tf.j FOR RENT--Desirable front suite in
-. private home for one or two. Phone
SCHAEBERLE & SON, 110 S. Main St. 7973. IBack of Union. 43.
The popular bplace for all kinds of --
musical Instruments. It pays to! FOR RENT-Near Campus, four room
trade here. tb,, f., sat., tf. s furnished apartment, newly (decorat-
________________________________ Ied, in ?private family, laundry privi-
THIE COLLEGE MAGICIAN ( leges. Phone 4377. 43-44-45.
Announcing Complete.I

their present building, after being re-
modeled, wvill be opened early in De-
cember for the issuing of the new lic-
ense tags.
EBAYCITY.-Two destructive fires
here late Saturday night and early .
Suaudgy morning asedlosses esti-
mated at more than $200,000.
.FOR RRSALE
R ALE OR EXCHANGE-Set of
balloon tiresrand five wire 'wheels
for Ford. Dial 4829. 43.
TYPEWRITINGL&ns g , x g ss1Pm . f
Promptly and neatly done by compe-n.................,.'.
tent operators at moaterte.i
College work a specialty for seven- f r ..........:.....V ,
17 Nickels Arcade, ~... .
TTypewriter & Stationery Str: t+...'......
TYPEWRITERS '.... .
Rebuilt and second hand of all makes {! s: ' S'... J";.........
bought, sold, rented, exchanged,j
cleaned, repaired and rebuilt. Larg- Early success in the long search for a ,practical heliocopter, or vezr"-
est stock and best service depart- tclrsn ipae speitdi nlnwe o u~ ira
ment in Ann Arbor. tclrsn ipae speitdi nln,-~e knJa ~cca
O. D. MORPTTT. Spanish engineer, is exhibiting his latest heliocorter mnotor. In tE c flight

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change in his bag of
tricks. Entertainment
for all occasions.
N. D. Smith, Dial 5970

tf.

NOTICE-Manuscripts typewritten byj
experienced operators at Biddle's
Book Store. 11 Nickel's Arcade.
t., th., sat. tf.
ELSON BEAUTY SHOP. Lanoil, per-
manent waving, and marcell waving
our specialty. 319 S. Main. Room
202. Dial 4404. tf.
ATTENTION fraternities and sorori-
ties. Try our Special Blend Coffee.
Per pound 45c. The Schultz Groc-
ery. , t., thyn, tf.
TAILORING
Students Tailoring Phone 8040
Cor. N. University and Thayer
MEN'S SUITS CLEANED AND
PRESSED, $1.25
TROUSERS PRESSED, 20e
CLEANING, PRESSING, REPAIRING
AND ALTERING A SPECIALTY
ALSO LADIES DRESSES AND
COATS
REASONABLE PRICES
Work Called For And Delivered
tf.

1 01ZSALE
FOUNTAIN PENS
All the better makes including the
famous Rider "Masterpen." Why
not get our skilled service with
the pen you buy at the same cost.
Rider's Pen Shop
302 State Street.
t., th., sun. tf.
FOUNTAIN PEN REPAIRING

DRUGS

STATIONERY

We skillfully repair your pen"
same day you bring it. Why
it away andwait.
Rider's Pen Shop
302 State Street
t., th., sun.

the
send
tf.

17 Nickels Arcade,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
43-44-45-46.
music
Teacher of Piano and Pipe Organ,
formerly on faculty at School of
Music and pupil of Leschitizky,
Vienna. Studio 610 E. Liberty St.:
Apt. 8. Phone 3566. 43.

during which 'this picture was taken the machine attained an Uhtiudc
of 1,000 feet and descended vertically.

for

Mid-Semester Exams

BLU E

BOO:K S

Advertise

in The Daly"

We have a complete stock of Blue Books at all
paper in them is the best grade we can buy.
mfidnight for your convenience.

times.
Open

The
until

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FOUNTAIN PEN INK
e profit by your satisfaction. The
ink we recommend is first a record i
ink. It is the best flowing ink and!
will not clog the delicate mechan-
ism of your pen. Ask At
Rider's Pen Shop
302 State Street
t., th.,/sun. tf. I

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Christmas Greeting Cards
Sample books of Personal Cards now ready an~dat
your service. Leave your order early,'
WAH 9 UN IVERS ITY
BOOK STORE

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Store

CHRISTMAS CARDS
Personal cards should be ordered now.
Good work requires time. Printing!
and engraving a specialty. Largest;
and finest selection obtainable.
0. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade, '
The Typewriter & Stationery :Store
43-44-45-46.

340 South State St.
Phone 3534

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WATCH REPAIRING
Efficient work at reasonable prices
Edw. A. Clark, 1121 S University.
t., f., sat. tf.

SODAS

STUDENT SUPPLIES

BUY YOUR TICKET

FOR 0. S. U. DANCE NOW

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CECILIA HANSEN'

Violinist

Monday, December

7

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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
Times. "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 York Evening Mail. "She looks like a
Greek goddess and plays as one inspired,"
was the comment of a veteran concert-goer.
Such was the 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
James Levey, lst Violin
Thomas W. Petre, 2nd Violin
H. Waldo Warner, Viola
C. Warwick Evans, Violoncello
Friday, February 26
THE LONDON STRING QUARTET was
founded in 1908. Besides giving over a
hundred and fifty concerts in London, they
have made three tours of Norway. Sweden
and Denmark and of Spain and lhive also
been heard in the countries of South Amer-
ica, while France and Holland have been
visited many times. They have criss-crossed
the United States and Canada four times
and have visited Honolulu twice. They have
produced over one hundred new works.
The Quartet consists of four eminent mu-
sicians who have worked together continu-
ously for seventeen years, and can challenge
comparison with any possible rival, English,
Continental or American.

The Elixir of Love
A. Comic Opera ini Two Acts by IDonizetl
Presented by WilliamWa de Inshaw
Monday, January 11
SYOLOSTS AND ('AMBER ORCUESTCRA
IV IU hARDIVA IBERT1, Musical Director
h.azel Huntington, Soprano..........Adina
Eleanor La Mance, Mezzo-Contralto....
.. .. .. .. . .. ..Gianetta
Thomas Mc4pnahan, Tenor.....Nemorino
Leo De Hierapolis, Baritone.......Belcore
Francis Tyler, Basso...........Dukamara
Adina ,s loved by Nemorino and is ad-
mired by Belcore. "Doctor" Dulcamara sells
Nemorino a love elixir. Under its-inifluence
he offends Adina who resolves to marry
Belcore at once. The "Doctor" refuses to
sell Nenorino a stronger potion. Belcore
hires Nemorri to go to war in his stead,
who, now supp lied with money, buys an-
other bottle.
Gianetta now tries to "catch" for herself
Nemorino, who is unaware that lie has just
inherited a fortune. Adina becomes jealous
and consults with the "Doctor" who explains
how Nemnorino had tried to win her affec-
tions. Adina changes her mind,rJiltsa el-
core and marries 'he faithful Nemorino.

ST. OLAF
LUTHERAN CHOIR
r. 3E LID'S CHRISTIANSEN, CondiCto

Wednesday, April

7

THE ST. OLAF LUTHERAN CHOIR-"A
celestial chorus," "too perfect to be human,"
"no choral body can excel them in precis-
ion"-such are the descriptive terms which
have been employed by musical critics
where the organization has appeared in
concert.
F. MELIUS CHRISTIANSEN is the quiet-
est, most unassuming individual imaginable.
neither from his conversation nor his ap-
pearance would one imagine him to be one
of the most gifted of choir leaders.

ERNESTINE SCHUMANN-HEINK

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