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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SAT1,hR hAY. NOV E"MI3EIL G, l!)2,

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The band will make the last trip of I PISA.- Another incident connected
BAND 'NILL PLAY FOR ?the present football season next week with the popular resentment against the
when it goes to Columbus to play toyr rcent attempted assassination of
the Ohio State game, as no journey IPremier Mussolini is reported from
E1fl T~fAVwill 'e madfe to inineapolis on Nov. \ ada. One Fascist was killed and
~TODIY20. R-eadquarters at Columbus wxill' four were injured (luring a revolver
be madec at the Elk's Temple.I fight resulting from an attempt by a
WscNonsin Band To Patrticipate In frainwl emd nte ra-o nopstoit
Field Exercises For Walter Camp Ifomto wilbmaenthorno l ppiinst
With Varsity fBanid ization of the band, from the prescentBRS L.-Te elinbdt
arrangement for marc~ing purposes RSSL.-Th!elia ude
to aconert ggrga~iil.Thischageor 1927, submitted .to the cabinet by
Itoa cncet agreatin. hiscl~iile remier Jaspar, contemplates a sur-
TO PLAY' NEW MARCHES : must be completed within a two
week.,,' time limit as several alumniI plus of 1,500,000,000 francs. This will
Thisaftrnon'sevets illbe f Ifunctions have already been arrdnpieid. be dev oted entirely to debt funding.
interest in a musical sense as well asj The reorgaization;' ac cording to the-
In athletic one for it will mark the lastG direct-.ors, is a very difficult ore for MANAGUA, Nic.-Government forc-
appearance of the Varsity band on C such a short time, as twvo entirely dif- es ambushed 250 armed revolutionar-I
Ferry field for this year and, if plans ferent types of music are involved. ;e's at Jicaro.
are realized regarding the new sta-
dium, for any regular football game.j
Homecoming crowds will have the op-
portunity of seeing the "Fighting
Band" at the top of its form, according Footwear fortotesaeet fNra asn
director and Gordon Packer, '28, drum! Formal Ocassions
major. j..
Details of the performance which ( Many Beautiful St ylesi Pat.
wnconsiderable recognition in the; ent.s, Velvets and Silver Pumps,
East last week, on the occasion of the PplrPiea
national alumni meeting and the Piea
Michigan Navy football game will be1 $3.98 to $5.90
repeated. "On Wisconsin", official;
battle-song of Wisconsin will be
rendered between halves as a tribute Let us supply your hosierj needs. All latest
to that school. The musical perform- sae ntra ikad cifn is
anice will begin at 2 o'clock. sae ntra ikad cifn is
The 75-piece band of the University quality .................. 98c to $1.79
of Wisconsin will arrive this morning Plain andfac patterns, youngme' socks
and will be met at the train by a dele-ac e'
gation from the Varsity organization................................59c to 98c
They will make their headquarters at _
the Union. a;f . o
Both bands will participate in the - p. New Styles in Young MVen's
flag raising ceremonies and' in the ex- OxodwthteWe
ercises commemorating& the work of " French Toe
Walter Camp. Taps will be sounded
at this time.E.
For the first time on Ferry field willI $3.98 to $5.90
be played the latest Michigan march-
ing song, "The Stadium March" writ- (
ten by Carl Gehring '23, now a memn- 11717
ber -of the staff of the Ann ArborSot
q ines-News. Announcement of the; Sout~h Sut
rendition will- be made to the stands. Wain _M /ain
Another feature will be the playing St, St
of a new arrangement of "Men Of The I___
Maize And Blue" by H. J. Deason '27.I___________________________________

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Expressly Made for Young Men
The newest shoes of the kind well
dressed men prefer are included in'
the special showing of Florsheims.
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I-iOC KINGk VALLEY TRAIN

Leave Ann Arbor........ 7:00 A. M.
Arrive Columbus ......... 11:50 A. M.1
Leave Columbus.......... 7:00 P. M1.
Arrive Anin Arbor ........ 11:50 P. Ml.

(E.T.) Nov. 13
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N. Y. C. NIGHT TRAIN
Le'uc) Ann Arbor .... 12:00 Midnight (E.T.) Nov.
Arrive Coilumbus....... 5:44 A. -11. (E.T.) Nov.
Leave Columbus...... 12:00 Midnight (E.T.) Nov.
Arrive Ann Arbor........ 5:15 A. 111. (E.T.) Nov.

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$,5-Round Trip -$
Those -wvho desire to remain in Columbus and return in
regular trains Sunday, November 14th, round trim fare
illh be $8.75.
ROUND TRIP PULLMAN 1FARES
Lover Berth, $7.50; Upper Berth, $6.00; Drawing Room, $27.00;
Cohipartment, $21.00; Seat Itante, $1.95
SECURE YOUR RAILROAD AND PULLMAN TICKETS NOW
-At-
MICHIGAN "UNION OR ANN ARBOR R. R. TICKET OFFICES

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