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TODAY

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MAJ-

ISTIC

STARTING WEDNESDAY.

,o continue!
*the sum-!
1ered facil-

Screen
Majestie-"Beau~ Revel," an Ince
production, with cast of popu-
lar stars. Bobby Vernon in
"Back From the Front," and
Topics.
.Arcade-Tomi Moore in "Hold
Your Horses." Comedy, "Fire-
side Brewers," and Kinograms.'

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PITTER /PATTER
DETROIT

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ever try T'UTTLE' S
when' you wanted a
nice lunch?
Conveniently located just one.-
half black south of the "Mai-

IWhat's in a Name?

HERE TODAY ONE'

Union in
received
the liter-
niation as
n.
Lnion is to
e univer-
and those
couraging'
Sthe wel-
t the un-
Britain,

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ADAM AND E VA

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Wnerth-Wanda Hawley' in"
Snob." Larry Semon in'
Hick," and Fox News.

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"The
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Orpheum-Frank Mayo in "Hon-
or Bound." Universal comedy
and Universal Screen Maga-
zine.
THIS WEEK

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the
urg
the

and the United
d exact informa-
American student
ping to come to
.includes a well
,library, and as-

Garrick (Detroit)--"Adam.;and,
Eva," the Comstock-Gent mus-
ical comedy..
Shubert (Detroit)-"Pieter -Pat-
ter," a peppy musical comedy,
with Ernest Truex.
Last Of FaculIty
Concerts Pleases
(By D. 1L.)
At the last faculty concert of the
series, held Sunday afternoon in Hill;

ad Rex Beacht
Present
Famous story
Diirezted by
'T H yes Hunter,

v= WHITIN E YTHEATRE I
-~Saturday Night, April 9
~ TCCIING HE IGH/S POTI'
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HARRY L. COFrT^4 oN
1 IEST, L/ANCI EST C.Hop"US MUD IC BY HAROD ORLOS
SFEN N AMY STAGE --
:Prices: Lower Floor $2.00, Balcony $1.0041.50 e
SEATS NOW SELLING DY MAIL_
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upon dur-
role which
Since the,
ty, many
td and dis-

ant[ inexplic-
ong Americans
everish return

the rap
ar chari

)id liq-' auditorium, honors were divided be-
ities in tween two soloists, and thle .Univer-
ify the sity Symphony orchestra.
ted to, Betrand Bronson, '21, gave the au-
it. dience real pleasure with his smooth
Est execution of the violin in Romance, G
major, Opus 26, by Svendsen, the or-
)d as" a chestra playing an exceptionally sym-
gat Am-
France pathetic accmpaniment.
Mr. Nicholas Falcone, clarinitest,
st com- played not only the difficult runs of
the allegro portion of the Weber Con-
[ellow- certo, No. 2, E flat major, Opus 74, with
3sent apparent ease and trueness of tone,
,t yar.butcarried the piece throughl, tlfe ex:
thtepressive portion and the climax of the
wsbips Alla Polacca.
ding 30 The orchestra's interpretation of the
3 plans symphonic poem, Danse Macabre, Op-
,wships. us 40, by Saint-Saens, brought out
;an tu-clearly all the, eccentricities of that
etween death dance, "the~ winter winds in the
20, was trees" and the "click of bones."
This concert demonstrated the un-
doubted ability and resultant succes
opodist, of Mr. Samuel Pierson Lockwood and
will be the University orch~estra.
uesdav _________
for ap-I
Read The Daily for Campus news.

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Do civilized men she(
ing and polish whE
primitive surroundii
come like their cay(
tors, fighters for food
How long can the
education hold out
m ind against the aliu
of a tropical land, th,
easy existence and
daughters?
'COMEDY
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LAST TIMES TODAY
"~Hold_ Your Horses
Adapted froM the famous Saturday Evening. Post Story
"CANAVAN" by RUPERT HUGHES
Directed by E. Mason Hiopper
Comedy: tF~ireside Brewer"
KINOGRAMS S3*WINGsA
TOMORROW AND THURSDAY
Madge ,Kennedy
2in
"lTh/e Highest Bidder"
Adapted from the famous story"T HE TRAP" by Maxi-
milian Foster. Directed by Walae' Woreley

SLAST TIMES TODAY

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Beau tried t o
save his son
from a woman
by winning her
himself. .B ut
the woman won
him and then-

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idadge Kennedy, whose lovable personality comes right
of the screen to nestle in your heart, as at this theatre in
latest picture. It's a sparkling tale that shows Madge at
best.

out
her
her

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1Reakrt Picturesg
SHE. SNUBBED' A STUDENT WAITER
It takes training to turn a man into a frozen worm by simply turn-
ing the cold shoulder. But our heroine had been all too well trained.
So when the hero came along and proved to be a waiter, no snob
was ever snobbier, and the whole college determined to give her a
lesson..

with
d Hughes
and
vis Stone i

and Fatty .Arbuckle in
eRough House"
COMING
ATTRACTION EXTRAORDINARY
A SCENEMIC ELABORATION
JUST AFTER SPRING VACATION
APRIL - 20, 219, 22, 23

Scenes taken, at U. of So.
game too, Leland Stanford
LARRY SEMON COMEDY

California. A real foot]
defeated by a score of t(
FOX NEWS

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1 7 Tomorrow -'Thursday
Uni .ersal's Nelvest Star
yrs GLADYS WALTON
ld BA LL DO L LED UP"

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