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February 21, 1915 - Image 3

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HIGAN DAILY

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ke warm water. You can
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trounble,

you can

AVING MUG

of Comfort for
$1.75

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dison Co. u

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Operating a regular "movie" is the
latest function undertaken by the
Unior "at the University, of Indiana.
The first film exhibited by the Union
was one of the Paramount series,
featu-ring Mary Pickford in the Fa-
moos Players film, "Behind the
Scenes." The movies have been in-'
augurated in response to a consider-
able demand. on the part of the stn-
,dont body for high class moving pic-
tures, and those in authority- plan
to continue the Paramount pictures
as long as the demand for this class
of production warrants showing them.
A. charge of 10 cents is made for the
shows, which is cheaper than they
can be seen in the best moving picture
houses of the country.
i In answer to Coach Huff's call for
4haseball candidates at the University
of Illinois, many men are signing up
for the long grind of practice till the
outdoor season' cotjinmences. Several
J of the last year's Varsity team are
among the number of names appear-:
ing on the lists,.and prospects look
good for another Conference chain-
pionship team. The squad will not
start work, however, till the comple-
tion of the hstallation of the baths
in the new armory. This armory,
Coach .I-uff believes; is one of the best
places in the country for indoor base-
bh4l practice, and he expects with this
help to get the -jump .'on the other
squads.
Sororities at the Ufniversity of Kan-
sas will not be allowed to cut classes
during rushIng' next fall, according to
the new rules recently passed by the
omen's -Pie-Heileiih society. This
mneans that sororities will not be al-
lowed to do any sort of rushing dur-
ing class hours. In previous years,
the rushing during the first week of
col;ege has seriously interferred with
the attendance. As before, rushing
will continue all day on enrollment
and .registration days, and during the
.week-end activities, but while classes
are being held, the sororities are re-
stricted from rushing except during

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Ferruccio Busoni, the talented
Italian- pianist, will appear in Bill
auditorium on March 2, as the next
number on the pre-Festival series of
concerts.
This will be his first Ann Arbor ap-
pearance, since on his previous Amer-
ican tours, the demand for his serv-
ice; was so great that it was im-
possible to secure him for Ann Arbor.
It was only by-making an engagement
an unusually long time in advance
that he was secured this year.
On account of the European war,
and the fact that he was ill for sev-
eral weeks, he was unable to come.
to America in the fall as originally
planned, and did not reach here until
the latter part of January. Conse-
quently, he was obliged to cancel a
large portion of his American tour,
but fortunately the Ann 'Arbor man-
agement was able to engage him for
a performance. He will make a

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Get your films developed and
printed at Danes & Nickels and
be surprised at your ability as a
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inure
FACTORY TO YOU
and Washtenaw County are cor-
Exhibition Rooms of the COME-
PANY and examine for themselyes
:hoice furniture at prices represent-
VING OF Too PER CENT, as
:harged.
and Craftsmen Designs are par-
and club houses. We also design

to their advantage to em-
:ory for the production of
s, halls, dining-rooms and

I go one block south

JRE COMPANY
Qm Streets

Now

PlAying

Daily Matinee

9:00
at the Majestic Matinee

b. 23 SOWS
DAILY

Minstrel and Soft Shoe Dancer in the world
George Pniiuro se
FOUNDER OF-
PRIMROSE &DCSTDRSMINSTRELS
With His Company of 10 Stars of the Minstrel World
in a Notable Revival of Gorgeous Minstrelsy
Biggest Feature Ever Known to
Majestic Vaudeville
Long-Chapron & Green
THREE DAINTY MAIDS

special trip to Ann Arbor, and will
return at once to New York, where
he will give the same program two
days later.
For years Busoni was obliged to
fight the Berlin music critics, some
of whom were antagonistic to him,
both as a pianist and as a composer,
but in spite of this attitude, his re-
citals were always crowded by the
public. At last the Berlin press was
obliged to give the man his due
recognition, and at the present time
there is no place where he is more
enthusiastically received by all than
in Berlin.
Before sailing for America he gave
several concerts in the large German
cities, and a final concert in Berlin
where tremendous pressure was
brought to bear upon him to cancel
his trip to America. Since reaching
this country, he has appeared only
in -the large Eastern -cities, where he
has been triumphantly received.
Many patrons will be interested in
the program which he will play in
Ann Arbor, hence it is printed at this
advance date, in order that those who
so desire may familiarize themselves
more fully with the numbers.
Capriccio on the Departure of a Well
Beloved Brother............ Bach
1. Ariose
Flattery by his friends to prevent
him from taking his departure.
2. Fugato
Representation of the different
mishaps which might befall him in
foreign parts.
3. Adagissimo
General lament of his friends.
4. Marschmassig
The friends approach as they see
now that he cannot change his
*plans, and they bid him farewell.
5 .Aria di Postiglione
Song of the Postillion.
6. Fuga all'imitazione della Cornetta
di Postiglione
Fugue on the Post-horn motive.
Sonata, Op. III.............Beethoven
Maestoso-Allegro con brio ed ap-
passionato Arietta:
Adagio molto semplice e cantabile.
Fantasiestucke.... .. Schumann
L. Des Abends
2. Aufschwung
3. Warum
4. Grillen
5. In der Nacht,
6. Fabel
7. Traumeswirren
8. Ende vom Lied
Rhapsodic XIK, Sonette des Petrarea,
Polonaise E Major........List
the hours from 2:00 o'clock to 8:00
o'clock.
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Fresh track tryouts at the Univer-
sity of Indiana were held yesterday
to determine the make-up of the fresh-
men indoor track team. The tryouts
were in the form of preliminaries for
the selection of the men to compete
in the Freshmen-Varsity .meet, which
is to be held In about 10 days. Al-
though no time was given out by the
coach, the results were on the whole
most satisfactory. Several promising
men. appeared, and it is expected that.
they will give the Varsity some real
competition before the season is com-
pleted.-
union's Employment Bureau Active.
Jobs will be received from patrons
by the Union employment bureau, at
any time when the clubhouse is open,
a as soon a there.is work to be
giv out, applications will be filled
for students. The bureau has been
reopened by the Union board of di-

rectors after suspending activity for
several weeks.

XATE Pride Ourselves on
kind of Program w
Produced by us.
Remember, we couldn't do this if the product
didn't warrant it. Get in on a good thing
and leave your next order with us. U
Maycr-Shaircr
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN

WHY pay more if. yo
can get a good suit for $25.C
that' s guaranteed to give sati
faction? Look over the new spring styles. N
sell from samples only, thereby saving you frc
3 to 5 Dollars on a suit.
ALBERT CANZLE
MERCHANT TAILOR
108 E. Washington St., on the Second Floor.

The Life Photo-Film Co. presents

MISS 'FLORENCE NASH
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SPR.INGTIM:

Whitney Theatre 0j.

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IN FIVE (5) PARTS
By BOOTH TARKINGTON
The triumph of true love over the severity of a proud father who belie
in the mating of young people by parents
Also ane additional one reelf'Mary Pickf ord' feature Photoj
This is the first opportunity of seeing Mary Pickford and Florence N
the two biggest Motion Picture stars oh the same screen

ALL SEATS 10c.

ALL

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Wednesday, March 3, 8 o'clock

Geo. R. Ellis & Co.
COMEDY SKETCH
"The Bachelor and the Maid"
George & Mack
The Two Tramp Comedians

Engagement Extraordinary!

:tss Cladys Corriell
"THE MICHIGAN GIRL"
* Prtty Girl with Yellow Curls'

America's Foremost Dramatic Artist!
GUY BA TES POST
IN
A Spectacular Persian Rcmance by Richard WaltoT
Tulley, author of "The Bird of Paradise"
The Season's Supreme Spectacle!
Original Supeib Cast and Mossivt Produ tion as
Presented for Six Months in New \v ork

IN SONGS AND DANCES

lay, February 22 is 'WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY' a national
xL, seats at Monday Matinee will be reserved at Night Prices

MAIL ORDERS NOW!

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