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November 15, 1919 - Image 5

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J. L. CHAPMAN
JEWELER

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ity band, who will appear in the Twilight concert

AND MR. WILFRED WILSON, CON-
tomorrow afternoon in Hill auditorium.

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Technic Will Be Out Tuesday h
First quarterly publication of the
Michigan Technic the oldest student'
publication of the ,University will be
out Tuesday, Nov. 18.
There will be four main feature
stories including a special story about
engineering operations in France.

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ANN ARBOR CHOP SUEY'
Excellent CHOP SUEY from
11:30 a. m. to midnight
Steaks and Chops 314 S. Stale

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T IIHTCNETWILL
B1E ETURED BY 'SINGING
Mr. Russell Carter, will lead the au-
dience in the singing of patriotic, re-
ligious, and folk songs' that are fam-
Iliar to the majority of the people, with
the words thrown on the screen, at
the third Twilight concert at 2:30
o'clock Sunday afternoon in Hill au-
ditorium. .
This will be- an innovation in Twi-
light concerts. Mr. James Hamilton
will sg a group of songs and the
University band, goducted by Mr.
Wilfred Wilson, will play and also aid
in the accompaniment.
The following program will be giv-
en:
Band numbers - March, "Gallant
Zouaves," ing; Overture, "Lust-
spiel," KelerBela; Lullaby, "The
Sleeping Beauty,"' Tobai.'
Songs-"The Battle.Hymn. of the Re-
public," Steffe; "The Great Red Dawn,"
Sharpe; "O'd Black Joe," Foster;
"Love's Old Sweet Song," Molloy.
Solos-"Sweet Little Woman o'
Mine," Bartlett; "Uncle Rome," Hom-
er; "Then You'll Remember Me,"'
Balfe.
Mrt 'James Hamilton
Songs-"Annie Laurie," Old Scotch;
"The Son of God Goes Forth to War,"
Cutler; "Onward, Christian Soldiers,"
Sullivan..
Band Numbers-March "The Stars
and Stripes Forever," Sousa; 'Inter-
mezzo, Opus 50, Eilenberg; March, (1)
"On the Square," (2) "Mothers of
Democracy," Panella.
"America," Carey.
PpartialEclise
dun ;Fo'recasted
Partial eclipse of the sun is fore-
casted for the early morning bf Nov.
22, beginning shortly after sunrise
and continuing for slightly less than
an hour. According to Prof. W. J.
Hussey of the astronomy department,
it will be visible in every part of the
United States except the Pacific coast,
but because of its partiality will pre-
sent no new phenonena
At Ann Arbor the eclipse will first
be seen as a dark notch in the sun's
rim, which will grow larger as the
eclipse comes to the maximum, when
it will cover nearly half the sun. As
the eclipse comes at a time when the
earth is nearest the sun and farthest
from the moon the sun's disk will be
at it's .maximum diameter as seen from
the earth and the moon's disk will be
at its smallest diameter.
This will be the second and last
eclipse of the sun this year. The
first May 29 was invisible In the Un-
ited States, the path of totality travel-
png across southern South America
and Africa.
VEGETARIkNS, NOTICE!
Substantial, well balanced, nicely
served meals at reasonable prices..
Two meals per day-lunch and din-
n er, d:00 P. M. Write to Vegetarians,
care of Daily.-Adv.
Pay your subscription to the Daily.

The ,Stage

THE WHITNEY
The same cast that recently played
in the New Detroit will present "Twin
Beds" at the Whitney tonight. Lois
Bolton has the leading role' and is
assisted by Thomas J. Evans., R. M.
D'Angelo, Virginia Fairfax, Kathryn
Mills, Thomas Manning, Callie Van'
Vliet, and others.
Johnny Wright is the comical Am-
erican egg beater salesman in "Fid-
diers Three," coming to, the Whitney
next Wednesday evening. As a sales-
man he is marvelously efficient nev-
er losing an opportunity to interest
#.new prospect or to demonstrate his
article even if it is necessary to in-
terrupt conversations of the mast pri-
vate nature.
"39 East" is the second of Rachel
Crother's comedies in which Con-
stance Binney has appeared. Last
season she played in "Oh Lady Lady."
The Screen

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Historical scenes depicting life in
the different ages from indefinite bib-
lical times to the present day' are
shown in "The Birth of a Race" at the
,Majestic today.
Among the more recent events pre-
sented are the voyages of Columbus
and the emancipation of the American:
negroes by Lincoln. Ending when
the history of mankind is carried to
the time of the recent war the pro-
logue" gives place to the main plot
which is a story of a young German-
American who enlists in the fight
against the kaiser.
His father is the owner of a large.
munitions plant in the United States
and secretly plots to aid Germany by
manufacturing defective shells for the
American government. As things
turn out it is 'the young girl that the
son marries against his father's wish-
es who discloses this duplicity.
THE ARCADE,
Marriages of conveniences seldom
turn out satisfactorily in stories at
least and the one in "The Isle of Con-
quest," featuring Norma Talmadge at
the Arcade today is no exception to
this rule.
Here, when a frivolous widow was
unable to marry into ease and luxury
she persuades one of Per daughters
to accept a man whom she does not
love so that the mother And her sis-
ter will be provided for. The young
bride is thus an unwilling martyr un-
til unexpected circumstances set her
free.
Miss Talmadge's sister Natalie,
Charles Gerard, Gerreth Hughes, Claire
Whitney and Mrs. DeWolf Hopper are
included in the cast.
If you aren't satisfied, we can't be.
We make "Portraits that Please".you
at Derr Studio.-Adv.
MISS HOLLADAY'S CANDIES of
Paris, Ky. Fr6sh every week. Tice's
117 So. Main St.-Adv.

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desert island.
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ALSO
Mr. and Mrs. Carter DeHaven in
"Their Day of Rest"
She broke his heart with one of-her biscuits-
Just another angle to the eternal comedy of the lc
young newlyweds and their tribulations.
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REPORTS OF THE GAME WILL BE THROWN
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DURING THE MATINEE-SEE A GOOD SHOW
AND KEEP POSTED ON THE GAME.
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