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DR. A. .STANEY TO BID
CHORAL UNINFRWL

ON Post

AT THE THEATERS
TODAY

,nt, '22, has been re-
ce of commander of
ist of the American
the only one of this
,o will serve during'

CHORAL UNION GIVES PARTY
CELEBRATE HIS 0TH
j BIRTHDAY

TO

)ther officers chosen are as fol-
Jarold A. Furlong, '24M, senior
mnmander; Joseph W. Morey,
nior vice-commander; William
dler, '22E, adjutant; Ben W.
23L, finance officer; Clayton F.
gs, '23, sergeant-at-arms; and

TI1CE

Screen -
.Majestic-Elliot Dexter in "The
Witching Hour," from the play
by Augustus Thomas. Also'
"Torchy Turns Cupid."
Arcade-Wallace Reid in "The
Love Special" with a support-
ing cast including Agnes Ayres'
and Theodore Roberts.
Wuerth - George Arliss in the
stage production, "The Devil."
Comedy and News film.
Orphleum-Tom Mix in "Prairie
Trails." Universal comedy and
Screen magazine.
THIS WEEK
Stage
Garrick (Detroit-The Bons-
telle company in the snappyk
musical comedy, "Bab."
Shubert (Detroit)-D, W. Grif-
fith's latest great production,
"Way Down East," with all of
the Griffith stars.

Dr. A. A. Stanley, director of the
University School of Music, wilt;, say
his 'farewell to the members of the
Choral union at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon at an informal party to be
held in the School of Music hall.
The party will be in celebration of
Dr. Stanley's 70thi birthday, and the
faculty of the school and° all the mem-
bers of the 33rd Choral' union under
the direction of this leader in Ann
Arbor miusical circles will assist in
making the party a "real time." The
program is to wbe of an informal na-.
tube including the, singinig of some
of the old favorites, a short talk by
Dr. Stanley, and other events of a like
nature.
Dean Vaughan on Trip to N. Y. City
Dean Victor C. Vaughan, of the
Medical school, left yesterday for a
trip to -New York City, where he will
spend several days. After his return
to Ann Arbor he will go to Texas,
where he is to deliver the commence-
ment address at the University; of
Texas.'
Did you ever try using^. The Daily as
a Shopping Directory? Satisfaction isI
at your command if you patronize our{
advertsers.-Adv.

ARCHITECULRAL STUDENTS C
TO HEAR NEW YORK SPEAKER'
"High Buildings in Relation to Nar-
row Streets," is the subject of the lec-
t ure to be given by Harvey W. Corbett,
well known New York architect, at 2
o'clock Wednesday, May 25, in the Na-
tural Science auditorium. The lecture
will be of special interest to students
in -the' college of architerture, for Mr.
Corbett will point out the manner in
which the designs of tall buildingsI
have been influenced by the laws lim-
iting heights and setbacks. Harvey
W. Corbett is a member. of 'the firm
of HIelmle and Corbett, who built theI
Bush terminal building in New York.
PICTURES TO ILLUSTRATE'
W''ESTERFN LUMBERING METHODS
Illustrating 'Western lumbering
methods, free moving pictures espec -
ially interesting, to electrical engin-
eering and forestry students will be
shown at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the
Natural Science auditorium. The six
reels have been secured by the local
chapter of the American Institute of
Electrical Engineers. Mr. H. P. Schien-
berg, line material specialist for the
Western Electric company, will ex-
plain the various operations depicted.
RECREATION TRAINING SCHOOL
OF CHICAGO
(Successor to Recreation Dept.
House), Chicago.
One year course in Recreation, and
New School of Dramatics and Pag-
e antry. 800 S. Halsted St.,' (Huh
Chicago School of Civics and Philan-
thropy)t

Read The Daily for Campus News.
S HU BE R T
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JAM D. TAYLOR'S,
-Ooduetioa
ELLIOTT DEXTIER
'Twas the hour that brodglit death to
a. foe and prison to a friend! Then
changed a jury's 'verdict and reversed
the Supreme Court.
The mystic hour that ruled tihe, lives
of this man and woman, and niow-
What did it do with their love?

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BEGINNING 't (DAY
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TODAY ONLY

George

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GEORGE,

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GEORGE
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'roni the Play by Augustus Thomas-Scenario by Julia Crawford Ivers
ADDITIONAL
In a new TORCHY COMED
"Torchy Turns Cupid"

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'she. Devi
IA s mighty and magnificent/
picturt ati a of 'The Devil," film
art ro.ord 'a new ane .nderful
triump; i-t" triumph of a story
that is all, Lion and no fact, and 1

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TOPICS

ORCHESTRA

SHOWS START 1 :30, 3, 4:30, 7, 8 :30-Usual Prices
COMING TOMORROW

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world-nos
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and imagination;
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"The Devils'
Assocated Eahihitota
Production
tticn ofd thePplay that St d-?
4 ,w6 conteanswith
'hc eta"who umade the role !
tittnatd with aeaf-l
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tgining Sunrday
January 16th e
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;HOWS: 2:00, 3:30, 1:00, 8:3
RICES: - -30c, 20c4,1Ia

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THOMAS MEIGNH
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"THE CITY

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