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December 16, 1920 - Image 7

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Chtistmas Spirit
Felt In Programt
(By S. B. C.)
Three carols, sung unaccompanied
by a women's triple quartette, made
up the opening section of the pro-.
gram of the Matinee Musical yester-
day afternoon at the Union. These
and the other numbers rendered by;
the chorus were effective in the in-
terpretation of their Christmas spirit..
Following an "Old . Breton Folk
Song" of Lehmann given by Mrs.
Wheeler, .Beethoven's "Sonata, Opus
24," arranged for the violin, was
played by Miss Struble In 'a manner
which showed an effective treatment
of the technique required. Mrs.'

"The Virgin at the Manger," by
Cesar Franck.
"Gondoliera," of Liszt and "Etude-
Opus 28, No. 7," and "Scherzo-Opus
39," of Chopin, played by Miss Merkle,
showed a careful mastery of the in-
tricacies offered in these works.
PRESBYTERIAN STUDENTS
WILL BANQUET SATURDAY.
Members of the Presbyterian de-
partment of the Students' ChristianI
association will banquet at 6 o'clock
Saturday at the Presbyterian church.
P. P. Elliott, '22, will act as toast-
master with Prof. John L. Brumm,
of the journalism department, sched-
uled to speak. Robert McCandliss,
'21M, will sing a solo.
Tickets for the banquet are now on

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AT THE THEATRES
TODAY

CALL RAME 623 F-1
for
Anthracite - All Kinds
Pocahontas and Solvay Coke
Ohio & Kentucky Egg & Lump
PIICES RIGHT

(%A R R I C K
D E T R 0 1 T
Robert Milton Presents
"THE CHARM SCHOOL"

S CHUBER
D E T R 0 1T
Trad Hau e Fl

Screen
Majestic-Wallace Reid in his
latest, "Always Audacious."
Pathe News. Paramount mag-
Aazine, and a Mack Sennett
codthedy, "It's a Boy."
Arcade-Viola Dana in "Black-
mail." Comedy, "No Hope for
the Drys," and "Buried Gold."
Wuerth-Lewis Tracy's "The
Silent Barrier." Sunshine
comedy, "Pretty Lady," and
Kinograms.
Orpheuwn_-.Gladys Walton in
"Pink Tights." Jack Dempsey
in "Daredevil Jack."
Stage
Thursday and Friday
Whitney - Varsity Glee and
Mandolin club presenting a
snappy minstrel show, "Min-
strelsy."
THIS WEEK

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GLADYS WALTON and JACK PERRIN

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Wheeler and Mrs. Hunt

next sang sale at Lane hall at 50 cents each.

"P INTK

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HOW DO THEY DO IT?

You will wonder too
How we can give you such
Good looking all wool
Tailored to measure Clothes
At such a reasonable price.
There's no secret about our
Low prices.
We only want to make a
Reasonable profit-you'll admit
That's perfectly fair.
If you are interested in
Saving money on your new Suit
And Overcoat, here's your chance.

11

A STORY OF A LITTLE CIRCUS PARACHUTE JUMPER WHOSE
STIRS THE WRATH OF THE PURITANICAL VILLAGERS, AND
TRANSPIRES iWHEN SHE DROPS, PRACTICALLY OUT OF THE
THE ROOF OF THE PARSONAGE

ATTIRE
WHAT
SKY, ON

ALSO

JACK DEMPSEY

in "DAREDEVIL JACK"

Garrick (Detroit)-"The Charm
School," a bewitching musical
comedy by Alice Duer Miller
and Robert Milton and a
touch of music by Jerome
Kern.
Schubert (Detroit) - Theda
Bara, the famous vampire of
the screen, playing in person
in a real American play, "The
Blue Flame."
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Ann Arbor's "progressive merchants
use The Michigan Daily.--Adv.

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20 Per Cent Discount on Allg
K Silk Hosery and' Underwear
DARLING & MALLEAUX
224226 SOUTH STATE STREET 7 NICKELS ARCADE

ALL-WOOL TAILORED SUITS AND OVERCOATS

$50 AND UP

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.Barrier"

THEY'RE BOTH
"WALLY" REID
One, a son of fortune-
shanghaied by his dou-
ble - returned to find
the usurper claiming
his name, his wealth
and the girl he loved.
The other, the guilty
crook-accepted by-the r
world as the man he'd
put out of the way - "
determined to hold his
place at all costs.
w a aoSee them struggle with
wits and brawn to
4S; prove who is who! In
a romance that beats a
with red blood mnr cx-:
citement.
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Based on the Saturday Evening Past Story by Ben Ames Willams
PATHE NEWS PARAMOUNT MAGAZINE
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA
Special Saturday Matinee and Evening
MACK SNNreETT OMEDY
EXTRA ADDED FEATURE
THE MAJESTIC
MALE QUARTETTE

A
ETRO
PANA
/etros
You'll see the most orable
little crook that ever guessed the
ringside'*tight of a bankroll
Adapted by
A. S. LeVino from the story
by Lucia Chamberlain.
Directed by
Dallas M. Fitzgerald

A
SILK HOSIERY
IT'S THRILLING
IT'S FLAUGHLABLE

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LAST TIMES
TODAY
When You See

TOMORROW-SAT
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OVER A PAIR

K ING ,AMS SUNSHINE COMEDY

WUERTH ORCHESTRA
N. FALCONE, DIRECTOR

QRIDAY - SATURDAY

"Ti E KENTUCKY COLONEL"
The Greatest Southern Drama Ever Screened
All the romance - all the action - all the charm that
is spelled out by the letters

K- E-N-T-U-C-K-Y

BURIEDGOLD
BRAY COMIC

will be found in this fascinating story of the South-land.
There's a girl in it who is going to win your heart; there's a
gallant old colonel with a glorous code of honor; and a host
of other characters, each one drawn with all Opie Read's
splendd skill.'

STANDARD COMEDY

THREE DAYS STARTING SUNDAY

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FOR
THE /
DRYS
ARCADE ORCHESTRA

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THE SAME STANDARD PRICES
ADULTS 30c--CHILDREN 10c

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