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February 25, 1921 - Image 7

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-02-25

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THIE MICHIGAN DAILY

CHA1MBR MUSIC SOCIETY
TO PLY MONDAY NIGHT
The last number in the Extra Con-
cert Series will take place Monday ev-
ening, Feb. 28, in Mill auditorium,
when the New York Chamber Music
society, founded by Caroline Beebe,
.. will, make its second Ann Arbor ap-
pearance.
{ The 11 musicians who represent the
several choirs in the organization are
all virtuosi of wide reputation. It has
b~een said that their continual asso-
ciation and rigidity of rehearsal have
brought about a perfection of ense-
ble seldom encountered. The variety
of instruments represented have pro-
vided opportunity for a type of music
which is infrequently heard.
This (rganization is acknowledged
G 1by critics as a standard by which oth-
er ensemble combinations may be
measured. It is greatly indebted for
its position to Miss Beebe, who for
years has devoted her entire musical
attention to its development'
TECHIC= SENDS TWO MEN TO _
ENGINEER~ MAGAZINES MEETING
The Michigan Technic will send two
representatives to the conference of
engineering college magazines to be
hetomorrow in Chicago.,
This conference aims to promote co-I
operation and standardization among
the 'technical magazines of the lead-
ing engineering schools of thcou-
try, for the purpose of advancing their
advertising possibilities with the large
industries. The most important change
which would be necessary to enable
the Technic to conform to the stand-
ards set 'up would be the adoption of
a 7 by 10'inch page.
Invitations to the conference have
been extended to: Iowa Engineer,
Tech Engineering News, Nebraska
Blue "Print, Cornell Civil Engineer,
Sibley Journal of Engineering (Cor-
nell university), Ohio State Engineer,,
Wisconsin Engineer, K. S. A. C. En-
gineer, Illinois Technograph and
Minnesota Techno-Log.
A. J. Stock, '22E, managing editor,
and RM. A. Goetz, 22E, will be the rep-
resentatives from Michigan.
All trousers one-half price at N. F.
Allen & Co.-Adv.
Students Lunch
409 Jefferson
H igh Class Food
Open 6 a.m. Close 11 p.m
PRESSERS
ZO~fA WAS/V/G Tt

Ladies Party Gowns a Specialty

AlT THE THEATERS
TODAYf

Screen
11ajestic-"The Jucklius,"
M1onte Blue.

with
"The

DEAN HINSDAJAE RE-ELECTED
TO HEAD SONS OF REVOLUTION
At the annual meeting of the 'Nash-
tenaw chapter of the Sons of the Am-!
erican Revolution held on Washing-
ton's birthday, Dr. Wilbert B. Hins-
dale, dean of the Homoeopathic med-
ical school, was elected president of
the local chapter for the second time
in, succession. Other officers elected
were: Vice-president, J. J. Goodyear;
secretary, AV. H. Butler; treasurer, M.
E. Osborn.
Bruce M. Donaldson, of the fine arts1
department, delivered an address on

Arc-ade--Viola Dana
Off-Shore Pirate."
Wiertli-"The Flame
with Shirley Mason.

in

of Youth,"

Orplicun-" What Women Love,"
starring Annette Kellerman.

"Considerations of a Few Representa-
tions of Washington in Art."
SSUGCARBOWL
11OME MADE CANDY E
ABSOLUTELY CLEAN !
BEST LINE IN THE CITY
EVERYTHING
MADE IN ANN ARBOR
LIGHT LUNCHES
ANN ARBOR C
SUGAR BOWL
~ SHUBERT
DKTR01TOLIVER MOROSCO Presents
EVERYBODY'S COMEDIEONE
Charlotte Greenwood in
"LINGER LONGER LETTY"
I' ARRICK
DETROIT
A. 4.WOODS pesnt
'lUP IN MARfI'S ROOM"
Tna Play Th~at airdIee the rartk
wit LugherFebruary 27

{More 'value for the Same
Money or the Same Value
F for Less Money
Order Your Clothes
MADE TO0 MEASURE
And Get Dollar. for Dollar
INDIVIDUAL TAILORING
SERVICE At Your DEMAND
Albert Gansle, Tailor
113 South Main Street
Second :Floor
TeAmusement Centre
of Ann Arbor

TIS WEEK
Ganrrick (Detroit)-The musical _______________
comedy, "Up in Mabel's Room."
J. A. BURSLE'YRECENTY APPOINT-
Shubert (Detroit)- Charlotte ed Dean of Students.
Greenwood in "Linger Longer, enVgh Iset Miieot
Lety."Dr. V. C. Vaughan, Dean of theI
________________________ 9Medical school, is visiting the Uni-
versity of Minnesota for the purpose
*All children's suits and o'coats one-l of inspecting it. He will return by
half price. N. P. Allen & Co.-Adv.j the end of the week.
T -"v (Patronize Daily 8dvertisers-Adlo.
Athletic IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiilIIIIIIJ
Equipment
SFor Livery -Th Y'In
Thedoon
j K Otdoorat Lane Hall
'I, ,,t~u~u r~uesRates Reduced
A G SPALDINV & Blzos. !-
211 S. State St., Chicago, Ili.il

Ready to Serve
AT ANY TIMlE
Open from 11 am. to 12 p.m.
Pot of hot tea and bowl of rice
PLAINCH OPSU EY
35 CENTS
CHINESE and AMERICAN Style
Short Orders
Qufanji TarrndLo
613 Liberty St E.

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Today and
Saturday
Not because he lied, but
because he lied so" mag-
nificently, Ardita loved
him-and it meant some-
thing for Ardita to love
somebody

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and Do dig e
Servie-
enough said-

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1--Pathe News.
2-A New Universal Comedy
"THEIR FIRST TINTYPE."
3--Special added attraction : The
Michigan-PennlS~vania football game in 1915
at Philadelphia. The greatest football film
ever shown. See stars like Cochran and Maul-
betsch in action. First time ever shown any-
where.
4-A Paramount Super Special-
"THE JUCKLINS"
From the famous novel by Opie Read with
Monte Blue and Mabel Julienne Scott. -.A
GEORGE MELFORD production. A Par-
amount picture of the finest grade_
5- -Majestic Orchestra at all evening shows.

Football .Gamesylinia1
has elicited much praise about the campus
This Piectur'e is the clearest and most distinct
picture that I have ever seen of a football

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m.SCOTT T FITXA'S stoj
will explain that in her
owvn irrepressible fashion

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game.

ARCHIE HAHN,
Varsity Trainer

I saw this game from the sidelines which
this picture portrays and the picture is so ac-
curate that it brings back memory of many of
the vital plays of that game on the Moving
Picture Screen.

Adapted by WALDEMAR YOUN(
from The Saturday Evening Post stor
Directed by Dallas M. Fitzgerald

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BAYARD VEILLER
Director of Productions

P. G. BARTELME,
Athletic Director

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IOther Added Feature
Arecde Orchestra

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uPN-IT MISS IT,

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NOW SHOWING

COMING SUN DA Y
The Star Rover
Jack Lo ndon's

I oonjuruotiori with raaular program

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TODAY AND TOMORROW

SHIRLEY MASON IN
ANOTHER DAIN-17Y PLAY,
Shirley Mason may be expected to do
wonders with such a part as that of
the little Belgian foundling who is the
heroine of "Flame of Youth." The
scenes are~ laid in the Belgian country-
side and ini the artists' quarter of Paris.
The theme is love, romance and art.

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TODAY AND TOMORROW

#ANIIA STEWART
In
"Harriet and the Piper"

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