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October 09, 1917 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1917-10-09

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ALLI-CURCI UNKNOWN MICHIGAN MEN AT WAR
Mocet Vranb Clotbe
TO AMERICA YEAR AGO PICTURED IN BULLETIN
Your winter comfort will need consideration soon. Cc
ENOWNED SINGER WINS WAY MANY ILLUSTRATIONS MAKE SEP- to "Style Headquarters" and see the suits and overcoats t
TO FAME ABROAD BEFORE TEMBER ISSUE OF INTER- are in fixed favor with men who know.
COMING HERE EST TO CAMPUS Designers skilled in tracing the progress of public t
and originating styles that conform to the desires of men h
Amelita Galli-Curci, who is to ap- Illustrations in abundance and a tailored these garments for you.
ar in Hill Auditorium in a song re- number of timely and well written ar- Realize your clothes-hopes. See these suits and o#
tal Thursday, Oct. 11, is a self-taught ticles characterize the September is-
nger and was practically unknown sue of the University Bulletin. Stories coats.
America less than a year ago. In on war activities occupy a large part F, ie A p
iat short time, although she had had of the 16-page pamphlet.
x years of successes abroad, she has The frontispiece, a remarkable pho- "STYLE HEADQUARTERS"
on her 'ray to the very pinnicle of tograph, shows the old Library tower The Store That Sells Society Brand Clothes
me as a singer in the United States. at the moment of its collapse, with
Born in Italy, Mme. Galli-Curci is a clouds of dust rising as the structure
aduate of the Musical Conservatory toppled to the ground. Following are
her native city, Milan, where she views showing the progress of the St Laboratory Sp
on honors as pianist and composer. new Michigan Union building. e
tter, she added singing to her list of Picture Stores Course
complishments by teaching herself, A picture of the students enrolled Bacteriology Histology Pathlogy E
ad made a brilliant debut at the in Prof. Joseph A. Bursley's army
ostanzi theater in Rome. stores course is supplemented with IT WILL PAY YOU TO GO TO
Her first appearance in this country data on the course itself. Personal I ILPYYUT OT
as in Chicago, less than 12 months mention of a number of Michigan men TH E EBE R A CH & SON C(
o and since that appearance she has at Allentown, Pa., accompanies four
come known to the American world photographs which show the Michi- 200-208 EAST LIBERTY STREET
the "woman with the wonder gan ambulance units in training there.
)ice." The pictures of Michigan men at
Mme. Galli-Curci sings in Italian, Fort Benjamin Harrison and of the
rench, Spanish, German and English, three Michigan Union presidents in -E*ICAL ST U DENT
nd is as much at home on the con- the service show many faces familiar M E D.CA U E NT*
rt as on the operatic stage. to the campus. There are also photo- AENT IO N
Before coming to America, and after graphs of the Michigan naval reserves
nging in her native country and in and engineer companies illustrating Before buying supplies see our line
pain for six years, Mme. Galli-Cuci an article on the preparations which
mng in Buenos Ayres. Michigan has made for the great con- PRICES RIGHT
flict.
[ILITARY TRAINING Prof. Herbert C. Sadler contributes The Goodyear Drug Co.
a story entitled "Using the New Union
CLASSES EXCUSED fora Preparatin Edwin n 107 S O U T H M A I N S T R E E T
'96L, now a sergeant in the m;arine
istomary Drill Will Be Interrupted corps, is the author of an exceedingly
Tomorrw Afternoon to Let pertinent article, "The Training of an
Military training classes under in this article. Chat's Lunch Roor
eut. G. C. Mullen will be exdusedl "Michigan's Football Prospects" is _________________________________
om the customary drill tomorrow illustrated with pictures of Weske,
ternoon on the condition that they Boyd, Sparks, and Wieman. RAPID SERVICE IN THE MORNING
tend the address to be given by Name Faculty Men in ServiceR D E RICANT EM
ajor Victor C. Vaughan, and two rep- Francis M. Bacon, '02, is the author
sentatives of the French medical of an account of the activities of the
rvice at 6:30 o'clock in Hill audi- University of Michigan branch of the
rium. Intercollegiate Intelligence bureau.
Major Vaughan, and Major Edonard Glenn M Coulter, '16-'18L, former BEST OF FOOD AND COFFEE
st and Col. C. U. Dercle of the president of the Union, is the contrib-
ench medical service, are expected utor of "Future Hopes for the Union." CLEANLY SERVED
arrive in this city today. The An article, "The American University
bjects of the addresses to be given Union in Paris" is accompanied by a
the auditorium tomorrow night will photograph of Prof. Charles B. Vib-
on current issues. bert, representative of the University
Col. Thomas H. Goodwin and Cap- of Michigan. WE ARE OPEN UNTIL 2 A. M.
in Gilmore, of the British army A page is devoted to a list of fac-
edical service, will probably arrive ulty members holding commissions in
'iday morning. The representatives the United States service. The issue
>m the British army will also deliv- is concluded by a table of data on 111S6 .Unversity Phone 699
short addresses during the latter the Michigan Union building fund.
rt of the week.
The talks are open to the cadets, A. C. Simos, '16E, Given Lieutenancy
idents and general public. No ad- A. C. Simons, '16E, has received a
ssion will be charged. commission as first lietenant in the
commission as first lieutenant in the TART at the beginning of ti
E gineern N eWS 'the war department, and is expecting
to receive orders to report for duty at season to buy your candies a
any time.
Vore than 50 students are enrolled Lieutenant Simons had previously ice cream at the Fountain of Youi
the four aviation courses offered served in the second battalion of
the engineering college, 33 of whom engineers of the regular United States
e in the elementary course. Prof. army. At the time he received hisry
lix W. Pawlowski is teaching the appointment, he was supervising the ry.Our deliCOUS confections
urses, assisted by W. F. Gerhardt, construction of a plant in Sheboygan, W e guarantee them to be strictly
raduate of the department formerly Wis., for the Fargo Engineering com- fresh and of the finest quality,
gaged in experimental work with pany of Jackson. ,
Curtis Aeroplane company.
Botanical Journal Club Starts Work
The Civil engineering branch of the The Botanical Journal club will hold
gineering society will hold a smok- its first meeting of the year this even-
tomorrow night in the society club ing at Geddes Heights, the home of Fountain of Y outl
>ms on the second floor, Engineer- Professor Newcomb, head of the de-

building. Several talks by faculty partment. The session will be de- Corner of State and E. Libetty
mbers are on the program. Offic- voted to a discussion of the work of
'will be elected. the past year, plans for the coming
year and a report of the summer ac-
Solicitors for new members to the tivities of the members.
gineering society will meet Thurs-
r night in the Engineering society Helen Carter, '20, Marries Alumnus
b rooms to discuss the campaign Announcement has been made of the SH O ES
ich is being waged to increase the marriage of Helen Carter, '20, to
mbership of the society. Officers George Armstrong, '12, on Sept. 28,
pressed themselves as being pleased 1917. Helen Carter is a member of
h the way the campaign is pro- the Delta Gamma sorority and Mr. For Young Me
ssing. Armstrong is a member of the Sigma Send your Laundry
Xi and Tau Beta Pi honorary fra- Home in a
Ldelphi Representatives to Elect ternities.
k new speaker and clerk will be HEA VY FIBRE
cted at the initial meeting of the Summer Marriage Announced
elphi house of representatives will Announcement has been made of LA UNDR Y CASE
held at 7:30 o'clock tonight. the marriage of Margaret Treswell,
17, to L. C. Rowley, '15E, on Aug. 17. -24 inches long; made
BEAUTY SHOP Miss Treswell is a member of the Chi of durable black fibre
miss Mable Rowe, Shampoo, Man- Omega sorority and Mr. Rowley is a and fitted with two
re, Massage, and Chiropody. 326 member of the Kappa Beta Psi fra- straps: Handy, roomy,
Fifth Ave. 2402.-Adv. ternity. reliable.
Price
Here, and here only, can be found the world's greatest $3.00
instruments-
Steinway Pianos, Knabe, Sohmer, Grinnel Bros., (Third Floor)
Vose & Sons, Shoninger, Sterling, Huntington, Gross
Mendelssohn
and many others. The home of Pianola player pianos and waiters' and Laboratory aprons and
Victor Victrolas. coats. Cushing's Pharmacy.-Adv. I E.t W ShitN S

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