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ADVANCED 3WSIC STUDENT$I'
DISPLAY TALENT, TIWRSD.SAY
Advanced, students of the Univer-
sity School of Music were presented
in recital Thursday afternoon in
Friese hall, of the school.!
Those participating in the program
were: Constance Ohlinger, Normand
Lockwood, Ione Wilbur, Alice Tien-
wood, Marcia and Catherine Coburn,
'19, and Julia Peterson, '22.
SENIORS WILL WEAR CAPS AND
GOWNS ON COMMENCEMENiT D 4Y
Caps and gowns will be worn by
the senior medical class at their grad-
uation exercises, contrary to their first
decision. This was decided at a meet-
ing of tLea class yesterday afternoon
Final plans will be completed in the
very neap future'
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AT THE THEATERS
of Christ. About themz rotate the(
soldiers, the populace, the slaves, th1
camels, of their time.
And across the tpageant of Jrs'
lem stalks, unpurturbedt, the shining
figure of .John the Bapgtist; the Voice
in the Wilderness. Steadfast, sincere,
Hvman. Sam R. 119. 807 S. State. Lebanon. 0. 114_4
Inverman, Stanley W, '22, 507 Ejlm. Detroit. 100-W.
Ingalls, Amos L, '21, 1620 Cambridge Road. Kenwood, N Y.
Ingerson, Maurice J, 626 S. Division. Bemus Point, N Y. 1.348-J.
Irvin, Charles E, '21, 702 S. University. Jackson. 6:3.
Isham, William S, '20E, 1437 Washtenaw. Fowler, Ind. 312.
Ives, John R, '21L. Ferdon. Ann Arbor. 2457.
Thrc'sophoores re needed
to v.ork on: the edito rial side of
T he ician iDaily. They
shoud rpor tothecity editor
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o'clockWdndy or Th ursday
in3 "Sa- '*
* Arcade - Maurice -Tonneur's
Jackson, Samuel C, '20E,.+603 S. State. Crystal Fails, Mich.
Jackson. H C' L, '19. 509 S. Division. Detroit. 293-M.
James, Laylin K, '21I., 1120 E. Ann. Ann Arbor. 1677-J.
Janson, Frans A, '21E, 710 Hanen. Norway, Mich.
Jassop, Stephen W, '10, 5063 Jefferson. Petoskey.
Jenks, Orrin L, '21E,.707 Oxford. Port Huron. 357.
Jimeno, Augusto R, '22E, 802 State. Santiago. Chile. 2383-MN.
John, Howard B, '22E, 715 S. State. Washington, l) C.
Wuerth - Mary
Orpheum - Alma
a great mean, this character ceases to
be a character, and becomes the epi-
tome of Idealism struggling against
How Salome went forth to conquer
him and was in turn conquered; how
her awe of the man she could not
control greNK into a great burning
love; how this love consumed her,
until she pressed a kiss against the
dead lips of his seevred head, because
she could not claim hime alive; these
facts are woven into an almost too
realistic gripping story, a living pic-
ture, that makes "Salome" in the final
analysis a great sermon of the vic-
tory of Good over Evil, of the princi-
ples of Christianity over the prin ci-
pies of Paganism.
"oman," the unusual production)r
Johns,. Walter C, '19, 301 N. State. Waterbury, Conn.
Johnson, Earl M, '20, 426 N. Ingalls. Grandl Rapids. 16.
Johnson, Frederick M, '21, 707 Oxford. St. Quincy, 1l1.
Johnson, Hive S, '21L,.11232 :Prospect. Ann Arbor,
Johnson. Jacob K, '22E, 337 E Jefferson. Lakewood, 0. 3:11-M.
Johnson, Joseph E, '22, 712 Oakland. Saginaw.
Johnson, Lionel HJ, '20, 426 N. Ingalls. Ann Arbor. 10)
Johnson, Newton H, '21, 823 E. Kingsley. Ironton, 0. 566.
Johnson, Ralph L, '21, 1232 :Prospect. Ann Arbor.
Johnson, V T, '20, S. of M., 706 S. Division. Crete, Ill. 60-IV.
Jones, Duane D. '21, 604 S. State. Denver, Colo. 371.
Jones, Harold A, '21, 920 E. Washington. Charlotte. 1170-M.
Jones, Kenneth P, '20, 214 N. Ingalls, Pitcairn, Penn. 1634.
.Jones, Merle D, '22, 920 Washington. Charlotte. 1170-M.
AJrdan, Charles E, '20, 916 Monroe. Bedford. 1034-W.
Joseph, Julian H, '21, 417 E. Huron. Robinson, Ill. 1328..
Joyce, Dwight P, grad, 604 S. State. Cleveland, 0. 371.
Kappler, Herman C, '21E, 1001 E. Huron. Coldwater. 1391-J.
Kasberger, John 5, ex-'18. Pittsburgh, Pa.
Kaufman, Charles L, '19I1, 807 S. State. Lebanon, 0. 1104.
Kaufmann, Karl F, '22, 712 Oakland. k
Kaufman, Oscar A, '21. Detroit.
Kawin, Louis, '20L, 715 McKinley. Ann Arbor. 2717.
Keatley, Alethia P, lit, 1317 S. University. Ann Arbor. 2645-.J.
Keegan, Milton J, '201-, 326 Ei. Catherine. Alliance. Neb.. 679-R1.
Keen, Harley C, '211L, 213 N. Division. Charleston, Incl. 23-J.
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AT THLE MAJESTIC
Theda Bara is appearing at
jestic in Salome.
MA!JESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly--All S Ws Sunday
Today- - Tomorrow
'Iheda Barra In
During this cengagcm fnt only two
3 0 an 8: 0 PMR Shows at 3:00; 7:00; 8:30
Theatre, 2g96-M Mgr's Res., 230-.M
Thurs- Fri-E;-7 "-ail-Star eas~t in "Wo-
mn"a Mauor;.e Tourneur production;
Ch iti Come~r ,"Twxo's Company,"
St-- -Rcsic 1.r,.e in "Thie Enchanted
ilof an r., g V Comed.y, "Farms and
Mon- -5- L)Cerald',ne Farrar in
"ShnowsC.'d.h isie Comedy,
"Ma, rried by Proxy."
Produced with a realism that sweeps of iai4U1 1U1111tiff il rye presenr'
the observer out of the Twentieth ed at the Arcade for the last time to-
century, back across the ages to the dlay. It is an artistic triumph whi .h
days before the coming of the Mes-' has received a goodl deal of coai-
siah, the great pageant of corrupt nient.
Judea with its puppet king, its On Saturday, B~essie Love v 411 lbe
scrawny beggars. its heathen license, shown in "The Enchanted t m
and its unveiled crime, stands as a clever little stenogiaplier ove rherar';
glowing t rib~ute to Christianity. ft~- o wn lannig vto, swxindlec h , - ,
Salome, the perverted, jealous, mag-
netic princess; Herod, the dummy _I'of
Rome, and the slave of Salome; the
beaten Captain of the Guard, another
wreck on the shore of Salome's witch-
tcry; David, the high prie.st; his sis-
tbr, the queen; all these characters
live, and move and act in the atmos-
phere of the east, before the coming
ployer. She taktes (down all that 0,1-,y
say in shorthanid, these note, hlo.'i
their gamle. and land the two crook~s
i ) pri Soil
Geraldine Farrar in "Shadows" is
to be here Sunday and Monday.
Ed9ward Locker' Comedy
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BONDS OF HONOR
Keidanz, Herbert K, '19E, 508 S. Fifth. New York City. 2144-..
Keiw, Cameron D, grad, 118 N. Thayer. Skelton, Pa.
1Keller, Charles F, '22, 822 Oakland. South Bend, Ind.
Kelley, Flora M, S of M, 1004 Olivia. Brighton. 2730.
Kelly, Marcia L, '22,'213 N. Division. Ann Arbor. 23-..
Kempf, Paul R, '20, 312 4S. Division. Ann .Arbor. 212-J.
Kennedy, James A, Jr, '21, 1437 Washtenaw,' Lansing. 319.
Kenyon, Johnson D; '19E, 1130 Oakland. Wauseon, 0, 2176-W.
Keown, Percy G, ,'21E,, 1619 Si University. Chicago, Ill. 1288-J.
Kerber, Herman M, lit, 118 5. Thayer. Ann Arbor.
Kern, Lauron A, $pec, 816 Packard. Mattoon, Ill. 2143-M.
y Kerr, John M, '2le 702 S. University. Bay City. 63.
Kerr, Robert 0, spec, 1408 Washtenaw. 343.
Ketchum, Harry D, '19, 325 Catherine. Detroit.
Kimball, Francis M, '20, 300,N. Ingalls, Ann Arbor. 394.
King, MacLellan E, grad, 620 S. State, Chicago, 1ll. 231.
King, Winfield C, '20E, 906 E. Huron. Buffalo, N Y. 857-W.
Kingsford, Edward 5, '21, 1003 E. Huron. Iron Mountain. 909.
Kirkby, Eugene D, '19L. Jackson.
Kitson, Camden It, lit, 1335 Geddes. Ann Arbor.
Klager, Walter H, '22, 617 S. Main. Ann Arbor.
Kline, Benjamin M, '20,. 321 S. Division. 1324-J,
Klippel, M R, '22E, 811 S. State. Detroit. 1184-R1.
Kneebone, Robert W, '21, 918 S. State. Baltic. 269-M.
Knode, Kenneth T, '2011, 1219 Geddes. Martinsburg, W Va. 2413-H.
Kohler, Raymond I,, lit. Chatsworth, Ill.
Korten, George E, '21E, 326 E."Catherine. 'Grand Rapaids. 679-1t.
Krueger, Edwin, '21E, 1315 Hill. Manistee. 1460.
Kruger, William, '20, 808 E. Catherine. Newark, N J. 1601-fit.
Kugel,, Franklyn 0, '22E, 541 S. Division. Sandusky, 0. 1869-W.
tr ~Kuhl, Clifford P, '22E, 617 Forest. Detroit. f
Kuschinski, L, '20, 310 E. William. Detroit. 453-M.
Kwok, Noi. H, '21, 209 S. Thayer. Canton, China.
Kyser, John S, '22, 555 S. Division. El Paso, Ill.
Labadie, Paul F, lit, 715 E. Huron. Burtlesville, Okla.
Lacy, Albert I, '21E, 444 S. State. Noblesville, Ind.
Laddon, Misha, '22, 321 N. Thayer. Washington, D C. 1234-W.
LaFever, Sidney L, '21, 503 E. Liberty. 23554-W.
Laidlow, Earl R, '22M, 910 E WVashington. Oxford. 1170-W.
Lambert, Selwyn A, '20L, 821 E. University. Bay City. 2738.
Lambrecht, Richard W, '22E, 814 Monroe. Detroit.
Your Mind is Already Made Up--
You "know" You're going to See
Nack Sennett's frlasterpiece Picture
The Pidture that has Everyth ing
So ive lli only state here that
Also News &Comedy
MAURICE TOURNEUR'S PRODUCTION
A d . 'ults
Dan Shailer Mathews of the Uni-
sity of Chicago will be the speaker
at the student forum meeting to be
held, at 9 o'clock Sunday night in
Lane hall. His subject will be "Amner-
ican World Peace." Dean Mathews will
take charge of the forum after his
address at the Methodist church.
"Business Administration" wil be
the subject of Prof. I. L. Sharfman's
lecture at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon
in Lane hall. This is the second of
a series of vocational lectures spon-
sored by the University Y. M. C. A.
"Surgery at the Zoo, "The Scrub
Lady," "Dog Pound," and a reel of
"Pictograph' will be the offerings at
the free moving picture show of the
"Y' at 8 o'clock Saturday night.
Mr. N. C. Fetter, secretary of the
"Y,"' has been canvassing Washtenaw
and Jackson counties, this week, in the
interest of the diry forces of the
Cieago Professor to Lecture Here
"The American Spirit in Action"
wil be the subject of a lecture by
Dean Shailer Mathews, professor of
historical and comparative theology,
and dean of the divinity school at the
University of Chicago, at the Wesleyan
giuld meeting at 7:30 o'clock, Sunday
night, at the Methodist church.
is the digest of the
science of producing mo-
tion pictures. A picture
that comes only once in
a lifetime, a masterpiece
', of humor and. pathos,
love and. adventure.
$4 tear-stained ivorid is laughing ivith 7"tICKE Y"
Today, EI'erylvhere it is being sholvn,
The naughty little tomboy from the mountain coun-
try, with her prankst, her mischievous, quick eyes,
her magnetic smile,
"Mickey" makes movie history
There are charming bits of comedy
There are scenes of daring that startle
There are thrills that fairly chill
(--and Oh, Sh-h-h, the Vl athing Scene)
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TOMORROW BESSIE LOVE
in"5THE ENCHANTED BARN"
Sun, and Mon.-Geraldine Farrar in '.Shadows"
Two extra matinees at 4:30 and 5:30 on Fridays, Saturdays and
Remember the Early Bird gets the best seat