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DETROIT
The Gi In the LIMOUSIne
Tavels [he Speed Limit of Laughter

S CHUBERT
DE R01"THE GREENWICH VILLAGE FOLLIES"
New York Company and Production
James Watts, Ted Lecwis. Al Herman. and Verna Cor-
don and the 20 FAMOUS AR's ISIS' MODELS

TODAY AND TOMORROW
The, Idol of the Screen
IN
A Thrillh£ ai .d Nrxitiig Dra~maN

W'HAT'S GOING ON1
WEDNESDAY
11:00 A. 11-Fresh engineers meet In
University Hall for class elections..
3:-00-Sgophomore lits meet In room
205, Mason hall for class elections.
5:00 - Sophomore engineers meet In
room' 348, Engineering building for
class elections.
5:00 -- Lansing freshman Uits meet
in auditorium, Lane hall. A mat-
ter important to all Lansing men
will be discussed.
7:00 - Varsity band rehearsal, U~ni-
versity hall.
7:15 -- Veterans of Foreign Wars
meet in room 318, Union. All
overseas men invited. Bring dis-
charges.
7 :15--Glee and Manadolin club meets
in room 308, Union. Members who
made coast trip last year are awked
to attend.
7:15-Student council meeting in room
306 of Union.
7:15-Reeting of Intercollegiate Zion.
ist society in Lane hall to discuss
plans for year.
7 :30Forestry club smoker In room 214,
Natural Science building.
7 :30-Pontiac club meets In room 302,
union.
7 :30-R. 0. T. C. club meets in Natur-
al Science auditorium. Meeting
open to all, '24 men especially in-
vited.
7:30- Western club meets in Lane
hall. All students from the West
invited.

U-NOTICES
The Hon. Julus Hahn, of California,
will speak to a Republican mass
meeting at 7:30 Wednesday at the
Whitney theater.

Choral

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AT THlE THEATERS
TODAY
Screen
Majesti-Dorothy Gish in "Lit-
tle Miss Rebellion." Sennett
comedy, "Taming Target Cen-
ter." Also Pathe News and
Burton Holmes Travelogue.
Arcade -- Dorothy Dalton in
"Guilty of Love" and "Naugh-
ty Duckling."
W''uerth"Tho Untamed" star-
ring Tom Mix. A comedy,
"You Tell 'Em Lions I Roar,"
and an episode of "The Lost
City."
Orpheum - Taylor Holmes in
"Nothing But the Truth."
Moranti comedy and an ep-
isode of. "Hidden Dangers."
THIS WEEK
Stage
Garrick (Detroit)- The A. H.
Woods musical comedy, "The
Girl in the Limousine."~
Shubert (Detroit)--"The Green-
wich Village Follies," with the
original New York cast.

Concert Series
WILL BE OPENED
HILL AUDITORIUM
FRIDAY, OCT. 29
BY THE
Metropolitan Opera
Sextette
GIOVANNI MARTINELLI, Tenor
AND
MARIE RAPPOLD and NINA MOR-
GANA, Sopranos;

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SPECIAL MUSIC, RENDER 6 BY THE ARCADE CONCERT ORCHESTRA

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NewvVeatalAtion
System Just
Installed

Note Our. New
Phone, Number
713-R,

THURSDAY
5:00 -- Sophomore engineers meet In
room 348, Engineering building for
class elections.
7 :00O-Alpha Kappa Psi ne.ts in room
302, Union.
7 :30--Dixie club meets at Union.
7 :30--Alpha INu holds regular meeting
in University hall.
7 :30-Round-Up club moots at Union
to transact important business.

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LIBERTY
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
Cleaning, Pressing, and Repairing
All Garments Carefully Pressed
by Hand
WHITE SWAN LAUNDRY AGENCY
MOLKY
625 East Liberty Street

HELENA MARSH, Contralto
GIUSEPPE CORALLO, Tenor
THOMAS CHALMERS, Bass
EMILIG ROXAS, Pianist.
IN A PROGRAM OF
VERDI- PUCCINI MUSIC
as given at the famous Sunday Night Concert
at the Metropolitan Opera House

Take your dancing lessons at the
Packard Academy. Phone 1850-F.-
Adv.

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THE FOLLOWING CONCERTS WILL. BE GIVEN LA'I
IN THE COURSE

Nov.l 1
Dec. 13

SERGEI RACHMANINOFF, Pianist
JAN KUBELIK, Violinist

Jan. 24 DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTf
OSSIP 'GABRILOWITSCH, Conductor

Feb. 24

MINNEAPOLIS SYMPHONY - ORCF
TRA

EMIL OBERHOFFER, Conductor
Mar. 7 DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH, Conductor
MARCIA VAN DRESSER, Soloist
Course tickets (with $3.00 Festival Coupon) are now on
sale at the University School of Music, $4.50 -- $5.00 --°
$5.50 -- $6.00.
THE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
ALSO ANNOUNCES THE SECOND ANNUAL

EXTRA CONCERT COURSE

AS FOLLOWS, AT POPULAR PRICES
Nov. 4 ALBERT, SPALDING, Violinist.
Leading Amgrican Violinist who made an enviable rec-
ord in the Aviation Service during the War.
Nov. 13 UNITED STATES MARINE BAND
CAPTAIN W. H. SANTELMANN, Leader
This band has been in existence since 1801 and has
played at every presidential inauguration sin~ce that-
time.
Dec. 2 PERCY GRAINGER, 'Pianist
Jan. 10 FLONZALEY STRING QUARTET
Four Master Musicians.
Feb. 28 NEW YORK CHAMBER, MUSIC

SOCIETY
CAROLYN BEEBE, Pianist and Director.
Ten other Renowned Artists.
COURSE TICKETS $2.00 -- $2:50
Mail orders filled in advance in order of receipt.

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CHARLES A. SINK, SECRETARY.

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