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Sun-Mon. 21 and 22-Here is
a picture you want to see.-
Watch for the title.
Tues-Wed. 23 - and 24- Ora
Crue in "The Loot," with a Mutt
and Jeff cartoon, "Pawn Brok-
ers."
Thurs-Fri. 25 and 26-Evelyn
Greeley in "Me and Captain
Kidd," also a news and comedy.
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HUBERT AL JOLSON in
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TUESDAY, MARCH 30
SHUBERTS PRESENTS
E and HEATH In "Hello Alexander"
GORGEOUS MUSICAL EXTRAVAGANZO

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O MAIL ORDERS
NOW

Editor, The Michigan Daily:
I have been interested for some
time in the discussion of the various
phases of spiritualism, a subject which
seems to be just coming into universal
prominence, and I am writing this in
the interest of forming a club or cir-
cle for the discussion of the problems
which are being considered. In my
own case, I have seen enough of the
"automatic writing" to make me feel
that there is something more than the
ordinary interest in it, and I believe
firmly that it is something which We
might all consider seriously.
I realize that there are many scof-
fers, but I am of the opinion that they
are mainly persons who have never
taken the trouble to go into the mat-
ter sufficiently to have formed any
Just opinions, and it seems to me that
if a club could be formed for carrying
on these discussions, it would be both
interesting and instructive to all con-
cerned. It would not necessarily be
formed of persons who are already
believers in spiritualim (of which
there are many) but rather of men
and women, who are interested in the
subject either from a scientific point
of view, or simply from the standpoint
that it is a curious phenomenon 4hich7
will bear investigation.
I do not necessarily mean that thisl
club should simply take up "auto-
matic writing," for that is but one of
the many interesting points of discus-..
sion, but the organization could con-
sider all the problems which present
themselves. Perhaps it would be evenJ
possible to secure some of the big
men in the country who have taken
up the subject to speak before the
members and enlighten them on hazy
points. .
At all events it seems that the.
forming of such an organization could
do no harm and might do a great deal
of good, as it is apparent from the
fact that ment of intelligence all' over
the world have become interested in
it, there is more to it than might at
first be believed.
A STUDENT.
PLAYING OF OPERA
MUSIC FORBIDDEN
Uniop Officials Plan Prsecution for
Early Use of Songs
"Any person playing music of the
coming Union opera either publicly or
privately without permission before
the prodction of "George Did It,"
will be prosecuted under the copy-
right act," said E. Mortimer Shuter,
director of the coming musical com-
edy.
The quality of the music this year is
suchthat Union officials are cogtm-
plating making an eitsv sale of
the song hits. It has b1een the cus-
tom to limit the music gle to Ann
Arbor andtl toWnVs that were played.
'IT te pst th@em.si, hasnot been
of sufTicint quality to mprit'a wide
sale, but such is not the case this
year," stated Mr, Shuter. "We have
a number of selections that are ex-
cellent, and -they stand chances to
become national song hits."
"Every precaution has :been taken
that no one wil steal the kmusic, and
our copyright protects, us in this. We
intend to prosecute if we discover
anyone playing the musih before the
opera and even afterwards if they
have not sured permission," he said.
The Screen
THE MAJESTIC

The unknown presence of her r.ec-
ently accepted fiance a f reell
meeting between ose wiley and an
admirer from Boston rs,"it in the
sudden termination of f hqsty en-
gagement in "Rpe pf the ,4iver," with
Lil Tee in the lea dnq role today at
the MjesVWe.
$till iftuatbed 1y the easterner,
Rose melts him gaiu. whea she vis-
its her aunt in Boston but she is
promptly disiljlojIned when she dis,
covers that he islan4er t domingnce
of another woman.
TUB ARIF
wrpm church soloist to screen vil-
hian is a big jump but this is just
what happened in the career of ]Rob,
ert M4cKim, the flnm secudrel in "The

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DOUGLAS Mac LEAN
to the THOMAS H. INCE Peoducttor4
'\VHAt YOUR t-USBAND DING?"
A PARAMOLUiT ARTCRAFT PICTURfE
AT THE MAJESTIC SUNDAY
Woman in Room 13" featuring Pauline
Frederick again today at the Arcade.
McKim was once a baritone soloist
in a San Francisco church choir and
solicited advertising during week days.
His first step in the direction of the
photoplay was made when he left
the advertising game arid church choir
to join a stock company playing on
the Orpheum circuit. In 1915 he en-
tered the movies appearing first as
"Doc Hardy" in Bill Hart's "The Dis-
ciple."
"George Did It" tickets for Union
participating life members. Mail or-
ders .must be in by Saturday, March
20..
The Michigan Daily Students' Di-
rectory Supplement will be completed
in subsequent issues.

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1,500 Instruments
In Collection In
Hill '.fAuditori um
The collection of almost 1,500 mus-
ical instruments in Hill auditorium
was donated to the University in 1898
by Frederick Stearns of Detroit.
Stearns was a successful business man
who had a hobby for collecting mus-
ical instruments. He and his assist-
ants spent 17 years in gathering in-
struments from all parts of the world.
In 1899, the Board of Regents accept-
ed this gift which was placed in the
Museum. The collection could not be
displayed to advantage in the limited
space there, so upon the completion of
Hill auditorium it was transferred to
the space reserved for it there.
Dr. Albert A. Stanley spent several
years in arranging the instruments in
order of their scientific evolution, and
in addition, he prepared a catalogue
of them. In this catalogue he gives a
short description of each instrument,
the measurement, construction, place
where found, and other details. New
instruments are often added and the
collection may soon rank with two or
three others as the greatest in the
world.
EXHIBIT BOOK COLLECTIONS
IN CORRIDOR OF LIBRARY
Books - containing engravings of
birds now on exhibit in the main cor-
ridor of the Library will be left there
until the latter part of next week.
Every other day the page's in the
books' are turned so that the entire
contents will be shown.
Foremost among the collectionson
exhibit are John James Audobon's
works on "Birds of North America,"
with life sized picture of birds.
The cases in the corridor will be
used' in this manner to exhibit most
of the collections of rare boo~ks in tha
Library.
Rtead the Daily for Campus News.

Despite the fact that the stude
did not respond very extensively
the request for garments for the-1
for Serbian relief, the D. A. R. c
lected more than 160 new and seco
hand articles. The box has be
packed and sent to the D. A. R. he
quarters in New York, where it i
be shipped to Serbia.
NINCENT SEEN AS PROSPECT
FOR YALE PRESIDENT IN 11
George E. Vincent, director of t
Rockefeller foundation, is being uri
as a candidate for the presidency
Yale, which will be vacant when :
Arthur T. Hadley resigns next year
accordance with his proposed pl
Professor Vincent is warmly favor
'by the old alumni.
'CANDIDATES FOR REVISION OF
LOCAL CHARTER WITHDRA
William Walz and John Richmo
candidates for the members of t
commission to revise the charter
this city, whose petitions were fl
through the chamber of commer
have withdrawn their candidacy.
Weather Holds Up Work on Hospi
Work on the foundation of the n
University hospital will be begun w
full force as soon as the weather p
anits, according to a statement giv
,by the Thompson-Starrett compa
yesterday.-
The excavating work is comple
and a small force of men are
work on the laying of the foundati
The Michigan Daily, the only Ma
Ing paper in Ann Arbor, contain.
the latest campus, city, and we
news.-Ady.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv
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Frederick

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Room 131

Ladies!

Your husbands ;re goo
ing to see "The Woman
in Room 13". Make

you along.
-m go, alone#
ing, thrilling

It is a batth
mystery dra
Let's goi

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[in in 'TThe Rink'

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:e Days--Commencing Tomorrow

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ance Binney

OF THE RIVER"

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E was everything that a slick "city feller" should
HL be. She was as unsophisticated as any sulking,
lurking villain could ask.
But what"she did to the "villyun" Don't ask ques-
tions! Just come. to see. You'll be glad you did!

Van

'ke's book,
iY99

The Upper ooom ]Bib Clags miet-
ing this evening at 7 a'plook will be
an "Anniversary" oce.sion. There will
be a special program. Dr. Ieroy Wat-
erman of the University Faculty, will
be the chief speaker. Brief parts will
be taken by five or six members of
the class, representing as many differ-
ent nationalities. The program will
last just one hour. All men of the Un-
lyersity are most cordially invited to
be present. The place is 444 South
State Street.--Adv

SHOWS AT
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