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April 23, 1921 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-04-23

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T'HE MICHIGAN DAIL'

Mvusicale Society
Elects Officers
Officers for the comning year were
elected, prizes were issued to winners
in the State Federation of Mlusic clubs
contest, and reports of coinmittees
read at the annual nmeeting of the
Matinee Musicale society held Wed-
nesday at the Union..,
It was brought out thiat the Ann[
Arbor Matinee Mlusical society is now,
third in size of the federated music
clubs of the state. First and second
places are held by the Truesday Mus-
icale, of Detroit, and by the Saint
Cecelia club, of Grand Rapids.
The officers elected were: Mrs. Wil-
liam H. Sellow, president; Mrs. Emil
Lorch, first vice-president; Mrs. Har-
rison Randall, second vice-president;
Mrs. W. IV. Krag, recording secretary;
Mrs. F. L. Snyder, corresponding sec-

retary; Mrs. A. H. Kenyon,treasurer;
and Mrs. Marion L. Burton, Mlrs. 13. F.
ijacher, and Miss Lillian Condon, di-
rectors.
University Head Visits Ann Arbor
Pres. Samuel F. Kerfoot, of Hainlin
university, spent yesterday in Ann Ar-
bor as a guest of Prof. Ray K. Immel,
of the department of public speaking.
President Kerfoot's visit. here was
purely business. Hfe was searching
among, the faculty and student bodies
for material for the teaching staff of
his own university.
President Kerfoot was entertained
at noon at the University club.

I S HubOER T
FR ANCES WHITE
IN THE MUSICOMEDY

VICENTE BLASCO IBANEZ
4H 0O SE E
O F THE APOCALYPSE

Miss M4:ary F. Minnis, Chiropodist,
formerly with Mack and Co., will be
at the Saunder's Hair Shop, Tuesday
of every week. Phone 2673-M for ap-
pointments.-Adv.
No.. 10 Tomatoes, 60c per can.
Schultz Grocery, State St.-Adv.

That Spring.
OTLIGHT
Comes off
TUESDAY, APRIL 26
Hill Auditorium
Tickets at Bookstores and Cushing's

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ATHlE AMWUSEM ENT CENTRE OF ANN ARBOR
_ Last Times Today
ALLEN
HOLUBAR 'S
Drama-Eternal
Starring
Dorothy
STORYX
O1F THE;
;. AGES -
THOUNDS
OF PLAYERS -
.VIVID DRAMVIA--
/ SWEEPING
- PANORAMAS
+-aAND) STRIFE
-- NINE
~ ACTION
ANI) LIFE,
-- --'AUGMENTED
ORCHESTRA
- SPECIAL
"- " " .SCORE
= SCHEDULE
AFTERNOON - 1:30 & 3:30 O'CLOCK
c UEV7ENING ;- 7:00 AND 9:00 O'CLOCK
YYN{ TOMORROW
E BETTY COMPSON IN PISONERS OF LOVE

CANOES!

You will find in Our Old Town Canoes the -seaworthi-
ness, beauty of line and finish, high quality of material and
workmanship that have made the State of Maine famous

as the home of the best canoes possible to make.
your canoe NOW!

Pick out

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Ann

LUCRECIA BORI

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(Metropolitan Opera Company)

ROSA PONSELLE:

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(Metropolitan. Opera Company)

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FLORENCE H INKLE

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GRACE JOHNSON.KONOLD
Sopr,
C YRENA VAN GOR DON' Contr.

Dr. Stanley's Twenty-E
and Last Festival

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SAUNERS' CANOE LIVERY
ON THE HtI-LIlOY\RIVED-FOOT OF CEDAR STREET

(Chicago Opera Association)

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CHARLES MARSHALL

(Chicago Opera Association)

LAST TIMES TODAY

ORVILLE HARROLD

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(Me'tropolitan Opera Company)

LAMBERT MURPHY
(Metropolitan Opera Company)

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ARTHUR MIDDLETON

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(Metropolitan Opera, Company)

THEODORE HARRISON

CHASE SIKES

Barito
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ROBERT MICAN1DLISS
GUSTAF, HOLMQUIST,
MARIAN TRUBLE

WHAT HABIT MAKES A WOMAN DO!
Her husband lay panting across the table. Stretched at her feet was the
man who had brought her to his appartment.
She had done it! And the web of Habit around her suddenly became the
dragnet of the law.I
Louis B. Mayer HABI T
Presents

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AT THE THEATERS
TODAY

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Sereein
Xajestc-"The Call of Youth,"
a Hugh Ford production with
a cast of well known stars.
Arcade-"Man, Woman, and Mar-
riage," with Dorothy Phillips.
Wuerth-Corrine Griffith in "It
Isn't Bieing Done This Season."

Orplieum-Mack Sennett's com-
edy, "Love, Honor, and Be-
have."
THIS WEEK

SUDY- MONDAY - TUESDAY
-THE LAST OF
THE MOHICANS"
A Maurice Tourneur Picture
LAST TIMES TODAY
CORRINE,
- IN -
"It Isn't Being
Done This Season"
W T A film of Oriental splendor and
scenic beauty. The action carries
I, the spectator from Neiv York to
Smyrna, famous for its rugs.
Shows the spectacular wonder of
rrr ' the land of Mohammned.
I CORINNE GRIFFITH AS A
SECRETARY, FASHION
MODEL, SOCIETY
TOURIST qI_

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FREDERICK STOCK, Conductor

LARGE CHORUS OF SCHOOL
CHILDREN
GEORGE OSCAR BOWEN, Conductor

FANNIE BLOOMFIELD ZEISLI
Pi
UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNIOW
ALBERT A. STANLEY, Conductor
CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHI
TRA

stage

A Limited Number of Course Tickets still Avai

Carrick (Detroit) - "The Four
Horsemen of the .Apocalypse."
Shubert (Detroit) - Frances
White in the musical comedy,.
"Jimmie," with, Ben Welch.

$4.50, $5.00, $6.00, $7.00

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CHARLES A. SINK, SECRETARY
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MLJk
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN

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