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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Miss Lucile Johnson, Mrs. Schram.
Imig and Mr. S. P. Lockwood
on Program
Miss Lucile Johnson, harpist, and
Mrs. Anna Schram-Imig, mezzo-so-
prano, will make their initial appear-
ance at the faculty recital to be given
in Hill auditorium tomorrow afternoon
at 4:15 o'clock. Miss Johnson and
Mrs. Imig are new members of the
School of Music faculty and each artist
will present two groups of numbers
at this concert. Mr. S. P. Lockwood,
violinist, will also contribute one num-
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q 'lhe complete program is as fol-
W lows:
a. Die Soldatenbrant......Schumann
b. Im Herbst..................Franz
c. Morgen Hymn.........Henschel
Mrs. Imig.
a. Legende................. Zabel
b. Marionetta .............Tedschi
Miss Johnson.
Concerto, G minor.............Bruch
Vorspiel (allegro moderato),
Adagio; Finale (allegro energico).
Mr. S. P. Lockwood.
a. I Am Thy Harp...............
...........R. Huntington Woodman
b. Cry of Rachel.....Mary T. Salter
c. Autumn..............J. H. Rogers
Mrs. Imig.

dhows a o ,6:30; 9 :0;430
oc: U=e 0 therwe Specified.
Sat.-2t-Orrin i ohnson in "Te Light at
Dusk." in ..ren s Matinee, 4:30;
":;rmmy, Failure as a Cycling Tu-
tor.':itt e rrnan Band." "Laugh-
iig Billy.'
MoIn-2 3,Edii Story and Antonio Mor-
eno in "'he Tarantula'; Goldberg Car-
toon
Tue-24-Na'ter I w &Valkvrien in "'The
Unwelconme Aothey"; Mutt & Jeff
Car toons.
STU .E iT e
Orphery HThetre
Matinees, 2:0O0-3 :30; Eveuing, 6:45,
=':,r5, 9:'30.
Saturdays-1olidays continuous.
Ttes.-24-Norn mae Taladgecin The
Wren. SNeeydle." Aso raigle O-
S in'lyloria Swanson in "rThe Danger
Girl " I'velijc
Wed <'>5Mar i kford inu'lbe girl of
"The I-onoz Oio 1'Frit'nl.'' al-o lBray
Carwo,.s.
5RS.H. . r EON ILLE BY
The Undic e t ar-pp"V
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Factory Hat tore
617 Pack are? St.
Next toa the Delta
Corner State and Yae
-%SK ANYB"ODY
W,- Har the Std le AL tihe hile
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MRS. R. E. OLSON KILLED BY
TROLLEY SUNDAY NIGHT
Woman Is Pinned Under Car Opposite
Hill Auditorium ; Motormnan
Exonerated
Mrs. Hannah E. Olson, wife of 0.
W. Olson, of 546 Packard street, was
struck by an eastbound streat. c. nt

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a pen slibuld-it either does this
or you will be furnished a new
pen or your money refunded with-
out question. There are no "ifs"
about it--YUU are the ,fudge.

Your style of handwriting
requires a point of a certain
shape. A steel pen can never
be satisfactory. For you no
sooner have one "broken
in" than it rusts and cor-
rodes-becomes useless.
But at your local dealer's, at $2.50,
$3 and up, there is a Conklin with
a point that will suit you to a T, a
point like your favorite steel pen,
and you'll write with that same
pen all your life. For a Conklin is
everlasting. Fills in 4 seconds,
can't leak or blot. The pen de-
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Mazurka............... Schuecker
Miss Johnson.

NEW YORKER KILLS TWO
{WHILE CROWD WA9TCHES
Frank Tass, Resisting Arrest. Stands
Off Police With Shotgun Until
Shot to Death
New York, Oct. 23.-Sheriff Paul
Stierf was killed and Sergeant Fitz-
gerald probably fatally wounded by
Frank Tass of White Stone, who bar-
ricaded himself in his home this after-
noon and fought off police and sheriff
deputies seeking to arrest him until
he himself was killed by the officers.
Sheriff Stierf was trying to serve a
warrant for contempt of court when
Tass ran into his home and began
firing from an upstairs window.
Twenty patrolmen responded to Sti-
erf's call and they poured shot into
the house, then rushed it, finding Tass
dead with an empty shotgun and a
box of shells by his side. Two po-
licemen were seriously wounded. Hun-
dreds of persons, including a squad
of bluejackets, saw the fight.
PRESlXEN IIH. B. HUTCHINS
Tt- SPEAK ST ALMA COLLEGE
President Harry B. Hutchins will
leave Ann Arbor for Alma College,
Tuesday, Oct. 31, where be will speak
at the inauguration of the college's
new president, Harry M. Crooks. The
title of President's Hutchins' address
will be, "What Should the Americai
Public Expect from the Denomination-
al College in the Way of Helping to
Meets the Problems of the Common-
wealth ?"
President Hutchins will remain in
Alma two days, Oct. 31 and Nov. 1.

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"BILLY SUNDAY" MAY BE GREAT
BUT THE SHOW
At A E C is
The MAETCGreater
EVA, FAY-High Priestess of Mysticism
BABY HELEN-Juvenile Entertainer
ON THE FAR14-Rural Satire
MASON & MURRAY "G""g
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MARIE GENARO-The Flexible Venus
Special-Ladles' Matinee tomorrow, ol seats reserved. No men admitted

Accompaniments by Harrison A.
Stevens.
SINGER DESCRIBES HORRORS
Miss Egener, of Metropolitan Opera,
Tells of Transport Gallia
New York, Oct. 23.-White faces of
dead men floating in the water, bodies
of horses mingled among them, the
great hulk of the transport Gallia-
these were the scenes enroute which
Miss Egener, a Metropolitan Opera
singer, portrayed here today, arriving
on the Italian liner Guiseppe Verdi
from Genoa. She declared some of
the other passengers, especially Ital-
ian merchants, were so awed by the
sight of the Gallia and her dead that
they desired her to wire President
Wilson for a convoy for the Verdi.
T. I. VOUCHES FOR HLGHES ACT
Declares Nominee Has 'Cold Exact
Truth in Signed Statement
Alberquerque, N. M., Oct. 23.-In
reference to the charge against Re-
publican nominee Hughes that he had
entered into a private agreement with
a pro-German organization, Theodore
Roosevelt in a signed statement today
declared he was absolutely sure Mr.
Hughes was telling the r;xact truth
when he declared he had said noth-
ing in private which he had not said in
public. The statement read:
"Any man who knows Mr. Hughes
realizes it is impossible for him to
enter into private agreements or to
engage in intrigue of any sort. Sign-
ed, Theodore Roosevelt."
17 DROWN WHEN STEAMER HINES
SINKS IN TROPIC HURRICANE
New Orleans, Oct. 23.-The steamer
Edward Hines, with captain and crew
of 17, was lost in the recent tropical
hurricane, according to statement by
the owners today. The boat's cargo
was valued at $200,000. A cable from
Port Belise, Honduras, this afternoon
said the chief engineer and two sea-
men of the Hines were picked up in an
open boat.

2- hing full coat
km"'th miew
0 U R clothier tells
you that you are a
"standard 36." And
then he tries to fit
you with a "standard
36" coat.
But take the waist
length measure of fifty
men who are called
"standard 36"
You'll find that not
ten of them measure
exactly the same.
It is "poor fit" that
saddens so many
style&seeking clothes,
buyers.
A Royal suit is built
to 17 of your body
measures; it must fit';
or we will not let you
keep it.
Price $18.50t $40.00
(to your order)

ZL UI y aiCZUVIU ie ar aL
North University near Thayer street, '17 Engineers Can Pay Dues Today
at 9 o'clock Sunday night. She died Treasurer J. R. Pollock of the senior
engineering class, will be in the cor-
on the way to the Homeopathic hs-ridor of the new engineeringbuilding
pital. by the Engineering Society rooms from
Mrs. Olson had just left Cushing's 8 to 12 o'clock this morning. He
drug store where she had stopped to requests that as many of the class as
see her son, Edgar T. Olson, '16P, an possible pay their class dues to him
employee in the store, and was unac- at that time. The first assessment for
companied when the accident oc- this year is 50 cents.
curred. Unaware of the approaching
car, Mrs. Olson stepped directly in its Infantile Paralysis Victim Discharged
path and was caught and jammed un- The only case of infantile paralysis
der it in such a way that jacks had known in this locality is that of Hart
to be sent to raise the car and H. Fleming in the University hospital.
release her. The patient is a '17 engineer and after
While under the car Mrs. Olson was three weeks of treatment by special-
conscious and was able to give her ists is fully recovered and will be dis-
name to those assisting in her re- charged from the institution this morn-
moval; but she died before reaching ing.
the hospital. Another student was reported a vic-

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WHAT'S GOING ON

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Today.
2:30 to 5:30 o'clock-Soph engineer
class elections, 348 engineering build-

3:30 o'clock-Senior lit footb
practice, south Ferry field.
7:00 o'clock-Mandolin clubI
hearsal, University hall auditorium.

all
re-

8:00 o'clock-John Clum will lecture
at Hill auditorium on "Picturesque
America."
Tomorrow.
3:00 o'clock-Fresh pharmic class
meeting, room 300 chemistry building.
7:30 o'clock-Military training can-
didates meet at engineering arch.
U-Notices.
Senior engineer football -practice
every night at 4 o'clock, south Ferry
field.
Candidates for soph lit football team
report at south Ferry field at 4 o'clock.
Bring suits.
The last Glee club tryouts will be
held at the University School of Mu-
sic this afternoon between 4:30 and
5 o'clock. All those who were on last
year's club and did not make the trip
are also requested to try out."

Coroner Samuel Burchfield absolves1
the motorman of blame.
Mrs. Olson is survived by her hus-
band, one daughter, Miss Helen Eliza-

tim of this dread disease but a care-
ful examination proved otherwise.
Women's Organizations

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CAMPUS BOOTERY

7:30 o'clock-Adelphi meets at
Adelphi rooms, University hall.
7:30 o'clock-Wilson club smoker,
Union building.
7:30 o'clock-Acolytes meet, Mason
hall.
8:00 o'clock-Botanical Journal club
meets, room 173 natural science build-
ing.

beth, and two sons, Oscar P. of Royal Meeting of the Equal Suffrage asso-
Oak, and Edgar T. of this city. Private ciation today, 4 o'clock, Barbour gym-
funeral services will be held at the nasium. All members are. especially
residence on Packard street this aft- urged to be pr-esent.
ernoon at 3 o'clock, Rev. A. W. Stalker All junior girls writing scenarios
officiating. Burial will be at Forest for the Junior Girls' play must place
Hill cemetery. them in the box in the general secre-
tary's room at Newberry hall by 5
"TIlE KEMPF MUSIC STUDIOS" o'clock, Wednesday, October 25.
Piano, voice, pipe organ. 312 South -
Division street. 'Phone 212-J. Leave O. G. Andres for shoe repairing. 222
irders for fine piano tuning. ( S. State. 'Phone 1718-J. tues-eod

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304 South Main Street.
For all the latest in fancy work.
crochets cottons, and flosses. Also the
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gifts and prizes.

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4 o'clock today.
Today is the last date for
engineers to be measured fOr c
trousers. They are requestedt
municate with Mr. Babcock
rooms of the Engineering societ
good thisuseason.""until11:30 o'clock, and from
this sason.6 o'clock.
606. Pianos for rent; terms right.
..s,.i,.iifeiilltiSlllttt uI3Iltllit i3i33 berle & Son, 110 South Main St.

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