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October 05, 1917 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1917-10-05

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, OCTOBE

rium, where the stage has been shifted
and enlarged to such an extent that it
duplicates that of Hill auditorium.
This will be a great advantage to the
Choral Union in their rehearsals.
Attendance this year at the school
is about normal in spite of the general
decrease amongstudent lists through-
out the country.
Three Men Work at Union Desk
Three men comprise the office force
at the Michigan Union building this
year. Two of them, F. J. Zoellin, '19E,
and E. E. Wieman, '19, have worked
behind the desk before. The addition
is C. W. Stoll, '20.

BEAUTY SHOP.
Miss Mable Rowe, Shampoo, Man-
icure, Massage, and Chiropody. 326
N. Fifth Ave. 2402.-Adv.
ARCADE THEATRE
The Arcade Theatre will open
about October 15. Watch for
announcement of exact date.

Miss Frances Caspari, teacher of
Voice Culture, Term beginning Oct. 2.
Studio, Room 12, Corwell Bldg., Cor.
-Adv.
GOODHEW FLORA COI
225 E. Liberty. Phone 1321
Everything in the line of
fresh cut flowers'
Corsages a Specialty
Greenhouses;- Observatory and
Volland St. Phone 17o-M

Tle Biggest Theatre
in Ann Arbor.

WHITNEY THREATRE

PRICES: 75c42
Management
M. R. WILLIAMS-

ONEIGHT MONAY,OCTOBER 8

The Greatest Musical Show in America

Comes Here Directly Following Its All-Season Runs in Boston and New
York, Where It Made Over 1,000,000 People Realize the Joy of Living.
Klaw & Erlanger's Supreme Musical Comedy Triumph
iss SpinIbne

By KALMAN, BOLTON and WODEHOUSE

Radiant with

Enthralling

Rollicking
Fun

Wonderfully
Seened

Youth and Beauty Melodies

PORTRAYED BY

Frank McIntyre
Harrison Brockbank
Alf. Fisher
Chas. De Haven

Zoe Barnett
Hattie Burks
Mae Hennessy
George Fox

Geo. Leon Moore
Frank Doane
Alice Gaillard
W. F. Nunn

AND 70 OTHERS-ALSO SPECIAL ORCHESTRA OF 16

FRANK MCINTYRE
Ann Arbor's Own Comedian
as Michael Robin in Klaw and Erlanger's Musical Comedy
Success, "Miss Springtime"

Now

Seat Sale Today 10 A.M.

Mail Orders

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CONCERTS

HILL AUDITORIUM
ANN ARBOR

JAN. 16
New York Sym-
phony Orchestra
Walter Damrosch, Conductor
Nearly 100 Men
"One of America's foremost
Orchestras"

FEB. 15
Julia Gulp
Dutch Singer of Songs
Coenraad Bos, Pianist
"Recognized as one of the
world's greatest song reciters"

Now is the time to order

Tickets by Mail

Mail Orders will be Filled in Advance in order of receipt as near as possible to location designated

C..

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Block "C"
$3.00Each

Single Concerts
$1.00, $1.50 $2.00

All seats not sold for the course
at 1 o'clock Wednesday, Oct. 10,
will be offered for single concerts:
Main floor, $2.00; first balcony,
$1.50; second balcony, $1.00.

This block includes all seats in
second balcony rear-about 1,000.

All Course Tickets contain $3.00 "Cover Coupon" when Exchanged for Course May Festival Ticket
Course tickets not sold by mail orders may be purchased at Box Office, Hill Auditorium, as follows: Patron's Tickets, Saturday
(Only), October 6, 8 A. M.; $4,00 seats beginning Monday, October 8; $3.50 seats beginning Tuesday, October 9; $3.00 tickets
beginning Wednesday, October 10; single tickets Wednesday, Oct. 10, 1 P. M.
Address all orders for tickets to
CHARLES A. SNK, Secetary Univery School of s Ann Arbor

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