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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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AT THE MAJESTIC
The management of the Majestic
theater makes the assertion that the
vaudeville bill which opens there on
Monday night is the most expensive of
any bill that has ever appeared at this
theater.
The bill is headed by thatrgreatest
of telepathic mediums. Mrs. Fay's
work is said to be the very acme of
perfection in her line. Her achieve-
ments have been so unparalleled and
the sensation produced so phenomenal
that hundreds of imitators have tried
to copy her work. Mrs. Eva Fay stands
alone, the originator and creator of
this mysterious phenomenon.
On Wednesday the performance will
be for ladies only and no men will be
admitted. Mrs. Fay will answer all
the questions that the women may ask.
On this occasion the balcony as well
as the main floor will be reserved.
Back to Ann Arbor comes Baby
Helen, America's youngest prima
donna and a child actress who has a
bigger reputation as a polite performer
in vaudeville than many persons twice
or three times her age.
One of the funiest sketches on the
road is Allman and Loader in a rural
farce called "On the Farm." Dogs,
chickens, pigs, and other animals will
take an important part. Mason and
Murray have a singing and talking act
that is sure to be interesting. It is
called "Getting His Goat." Marie
Genaro is one of the few contortion-
ists who is capable of giving valuable
physical culture suggestions. She is
called the "Flexible Venus."
Mary Miles Minter will appear in
the first of a series of very interesting
photoplays Sunday night. It is called
"Youth's Endearing Charm," and this,
favorite little star is given an oppor-
tunity to display her talent in this pic-
ture.
AT THE GARRICK, DETROIT
Next week at the Garrick theater,
Detroit, will be grand opera replete
with singularly attractive features.
The San Carlo Grand Opera company,
whose initial performances in Detroit
last season brought immense audiences
to the Griswold street playhouse, re-
turns on next Monday evening and at
that time will stage a sumptuous pro-
duction of Verdi's big opera, "Aida."
No more fitting work could have been
selected through which to display the
vocal, orchestral and scenic possibili-
ties of the organization.
DATE FOR ANNUAL FOOTBALL
SMOKER CHANGED TO NOV. 25
Committee in Charge of E. B. Palmer,
'17, Plans to Accommodate
1,500 Students
the date for Michigan's football
smoker has been changed from Nov-
ember 24 to November 25 on account

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FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST, ANN ARBOR
ANNOUNCES A
FREE LECTURE on CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
By JOHN W. DOORLY, C. S. B., of Leeds, England
Member of the Board of Lectureship of the Mother Church, the First Church of Christ
Scientist of Boston, Massachusetts
SUNDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 22, AT 3:00 O'CLOCK
AT THE WHITNEY THEATRE
THE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY AND SPECIALLY INVITED

of a conflict of dates for securing Bar-
bour gymnasium.
The ceremonies will be held in the
combined gymnasiums and seats will
be provided to accommodate 1,500. A
can of tobacco and a pipe will be given
to all and sufficient cigarets will be
provided by the committee in charge.
The smoker will be held about a
week after the improvements on Wa-
terman gymnasium have been complet-
ed. Harry G. Gault, '17L, will act as
master of ceremonies and Staats Ab-
rams, '17E, will be student speaker.

The smoker is in charge of Edwin B. Cheapest Footwear $14 at Petrograd
Palmer, '17. Petrograd, Oct. 21.-The minimum

A meeting will be held at 5 o'clock
MQnday, at the Union, for all the com-
mittee chairmen.

price for shoes in Petrograd is $14 and
the better grades cost as much as
double that price.

Rockefeller Bestows Generous Gifts mo learn ewriting well
Cleveland, Oct. 21.-In a flush of requires close applicatio$
generosity, John D. Rockefeller left'£ A typewrite r and free
for his Tarrytown estate. At the sta- instruotion boo from
tion he gave a little girl five buffalo 0.D.Morrill,322 . State
nickels and five pennies. He gave the will do th rest.
city a $3,600 piece of property.

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University
MAYNARD STREET

School

of Music

ANN ARBOR

Cour

uses
Viol

under Expert Instructors in Singing = Piano - Organ -
in - Violoncello - Viola - Harp - Band Instruments
History - Harmony - Public School Music, etc.

DR. ALBERT A. STANLEY, Director

BYRL FOX BACHER, Dean of Women

ALBERT LOCKWOOD, Head of Piano Department
THEODORE HARRISON, Head of Vocal Department

SAMUEL PIERSON LOCKWOOD, Head of Violin Department
EARL VINCENT MOORE, Head of Organ Department

Matie P. Cornwell
Instructor in Drawing
Alice Evans
Instructor in Physical Culture
Mel Gillespie
Instructor in Guitar, Banjo and Mandolin
Frances L. Hamilton
Instructor in Piano
Nora C. Hunt
Instructor in Singing
Mrs. Anna Schram-Imig
Instructor in Singing
Ada Grace Johnson
Instructor in Singing

Lucile Johnson
Instructor in Harp
Maude C. Kleyn
Instructor in Singing
Edith Byrl Koon
Instructor in Piano
Martha Merkle
Instructor in Piano
Lee Norton Parker
Instructor in 'Cello
Florence B. Potter
Instructor in Public School Music
Mrs. Mable Ross-Rhead
Instructor in Piano

Helen A. Showerman
Instructor in Piano
Otto J. Stahl
Instructor in Piano and Theory
Harrison A. Stevens
Instructor in Piano
Nell B. Stockwell
Instructor in Piano
Kenneth N. Westerman
Instructor in Singing
Anthony J. Whitmiire.
Instructor in Violin
Wilfred Wilson
- Instructor in Wind Instruments
Marion Olive Wood
Instructor in Physical Culture

For Catalogue or for Special Information Please Call at the Office or Address
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary

Students may elect regular courses leading to graduation
one special subject.

or they may elect some

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