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Faculty Concert,
Audience Sunday

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(By S. B. C.)
The compositions of Mrs. Helen
Snyder made up perhaps the most
interesting part of the program of
last Sunday. afternoon's Faculty con-
cert. Of the four pieces played that,
deserving of most praise was "Ser-
enade" for the flute, clarinet, and
string quartet. This number was full
of rich harmonies effectively brought!'
out by the unique combination requir-
ed.
Nora Crane Hunt, contralto, easily
won a place for herself in the highl
opinion of the audience by her warmI
interpretation of the songs chosen. I
Haydn's "Gia la Notte," "The Sea"I
by Grant-Schaefer, and "The Living
God" by Geoffrey O'Hara, bringing
forth the most applause. She was .aid-
ed in her success by Clara Lundell at
the piano.
Mason's "Sonata for Piano and Clar-
inet (or Violin), C minor, Opus 14,"
llayed by Samuel P. Lockwood and '
Mrs. Maud Okkelberg, seemed lackingj
Sin vitality and color. The audience
did not respond. The Mozart trio in E
fiat, however, was more appreciated,
although the audience was somewhat
tired; for this classic came at the end
of a rather long program.
BUR SLEY TALKS ON
SELF-GOVERNMENT
"Students do not always understand
and assume the responsibilities con-
nected with student self-government,"
said T. A. Bursley, Dean of Students,
in an address at Harris hall last Sun-
day evening.
In' referring to the election of the
student advisory' committee, which is
to be held Wednesday, Dean Bursley'
stated that it behooved every stu-
dent to vote intelligently. "But the
election does not end the students'
duty," he continued, "thereafter 'they
must do all in their power to icarry out
the laws which they make from time
to time through their student advis-
ory committee."
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

AT THE THEATERS
- TODAY
Screen
Majestic - Louise Glaum in
"Love." Larry Semon in "The
Suitor."
Arcade-Roscoe (Fatty) Arbuck-
le in George Barr McCutch-
eon's story, "Brewster's Mil-
lions."
Wnertli- Douglas Fairbanks in
"The Nut."
Orpheum-Will Rogers in "Hon-
est Hutch." Comedy, and an
episode of "Velvet Fingers."
R
THIS WEER
Stage
Garrick (Detroit)-Henry Hull,
Alma Tell, and George Marion
in the comedy, "When We Are
Young."
Schubert (Detroit)-Bert Wil-
liams and George McKay in
the musical comedy, "Broad-
way Brevities of 1920."

Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.
Read The Daily for Campus news.
GARIC

Let a classified ad find that lost ar-
ticle.-Adv.
Daily advertising will spell prosper-
ity for you.-Adv.

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DETROIT
When We Are Young

SH UBE RT
DETROIT
Broadway Brevities
of 1920

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THE AMUSEMENT CENTRE OF ANN ARBOR
LAST TIMES TODAY

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Double Feature Bill
Louise Claum

IN
"LOVE"
AND

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ROSCOE (FATTY)
Krbuckle
W3ARRANGEMEN'TA IMOEHM. N o
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Larry Semon
IN
"The Suitor"~

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TOPICS

ORCPESTRA

With
jean Acker
and
Betty
Ross Clark
From the Novel by

Ever wonder how you'd spend a million? Well,
Brewster got his. And had to squander it,
every cent, in a year!
But when everything he touched made money
-you'll howl with glee at the stunts he did
to grow poor!
A comedy king in a picture lavish with ladghs.
George Barr McCutcheon and the Play
by WinchellaSmith .

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FOX NEWS
AND i
Pollard Comedy

ANN A~R,4ji

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SHOWS
2:00 3:30
7:00 8:30

Comedy:, " Torchy's Double Triumiph"
KINOGRAM - ARCADE ORCHESTRA
TOMORROW - THURSDAY

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TODAY - THURSDAYl

TODAY ONLY
Your Sweetheart

Douglas

Fairbanks

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Nut"

Sladys Walton,

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Doug's Latest packs them in

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"BEHOLD MY WIFE!

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A George Melford
Production
Presented by Jesse L. Lasky

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THBANTUT
NjJTSRELL SYNOPSIS 0F "THE NUT"
The story deals with the love adventures of an eccentric young fellow whose hobby is invention.
The locale of the story is the famous Bohemian quarter of New York-Greenwich Village. The out-
standing feature of this unique screen tale is the manner in which a number of amazing novelty con-
trivances have .been utilized to provoke laughable situations.
WONDERFUL CAST IN FAIRBANKS' NEW PLAY
The leading feminine role has been given to winsome Margerite de la Motte whose most recent
triumph was in "The Mark of Zorro." Barbara La Marr, whose remarkable beauty adds distinction
to the production promises to establish -a new kind of vamping with her charms. William Lowery, the
gambler, has played in every Fairbanks success..

",Rich GOirl,
PoorGirl"1
Unilersal's neivest Star
She 's Pretty, She's Likely
anud just 1z7 years old

The man was the son of a British aristocrat. The gjrl was
born of an Indian squaw. Yet he made her his wife and-
See him drifting cownward in the lumber camps of Canada.
See her struggling upward in the drqwing rooms of England.
Until, one day-
A climax you'll never forget! A red-blooded, romance that
touches the well-springs of fife

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With MILTON SILLS

ELLIOTT DEXTER & MABEL JULIENNE SCOTT

Scenario by Frank Condon

PRICES

From "Th Translation of a Savage"
By SIR GILBERT PARKER

Adults 20c Matinees 15c
Children Oc

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