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December 13, 1921 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILN

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YPSILANTI CHOIR
SINGS XMASMUI
Background of Candles and Trees
Gives Yuletide Spirit to
Sunday Program
UNIQUE EFFECT GAINED IN
RENDITION OF CAROLS
(By Sidney B. Coates)
With groups of candles and Christ-
mas trees suggestive of the Christ-
mas spirit, as a background, the Ypsi-
lanti Normal choir, Frederick Alex-
ander conducting, gave a program of
national Christmas music and gave it
as only a carefully trained and en-
thusiastic group can, in the assembly
hall of the Union Sunday afternoon.
Co-operation Marked
First in excellence were the various
carols from the Russian, German,
French and Norwegian composers.
Every number was marked by absolute
co-operation on the part of the chorus
members with the conductor, and the
interpretative effects were worked out
in each phrase and note. Among the
Russian numbers "Gospodi Pomilui"
by Lvovsky was both unique and ef-
fective. The constant repetition of
the two words seems to increase their
solemnity as they are taken up in
varying harmonies. Other numbers
equally effective were Grier-'s "Ave
Marns Stella" and two old French
carols, "The Three Kings" and "Chan-
son Joyeuse de Noel."
Throughout the carols the chorus
work was sustained and ing.these
numbers were Mr. Kerr sang, the
chorus furnished the background on
which the solo work stood out effect-
ive and clear in contrast.
Sing Parts of "Messiah"
The program ended with three se-
lections from Handel's "Messiah."
"And the Glory of the Lord" and the
"Hallelujah Chorus" were up to the
high quality of the rest of the pro-
gram, but both of these numbers call
for heavy bass and tenor sections
which are not at Mr. Alexanders dis-
posal. Carl Lindegren in the recita-

tive and air for basso cantante sang MUSK EGON HIEARS
in a way which pleased, but his voice .
is not capable of the two massive se- YOST AT BANQUET
lections chosen.
Speaking before the champion Mus-
kegon high school football team at a
L rtbanquet attended by 300 citizens of
L e y l ethat city last Friday night, Coach
Prit, s A r ticle Fielding H. Yost declared that his 1921
eleven was in many ways, especially
/1 ffnn.-Arborite as to fighting spirit, one of the great-
est of all Michigan elevens. Coach
"Poor Salesmanship by History Yost was given a remarkable demon-
stration, and answered attacks on his
Teachers," is the title of an article by own coaching ability. "The action of
Miss Edith L. Hoyle, which is to ap- the Grand Rapids alumni in passing
pear in a December number of the its lamented resolution," he said, "has
Literary Digest. Miss Hoyle is a grad- done more to arouse the Michigan
uate of the University and is now spirit than any other action in years."

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Any impression that Yale is a rich of appointments that 61 per cent of Thirteen per cent of the students are
man's college has been dispelled by a the students have earned all or a part wholly self-supporting and 38 per
recent announcement from the bureau of their expenses in the last 13 months. cent are partially self-supporting.

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teaching history and civics in Ann
Arbor high school.I Russian Students at U. of C. Organize
Miss Hoyle, in her article raises the I Russian students at the University
quetsion, "Does it pay to advertise of Chicago recently organized a cam-
courses?" and declares that she finds pus club known as "Russki Kruzhok,"
little appeal in the announcement of to which Russians and those interested
the courses in history. Miss Hoyle in the Russian language- will be ad-
has studied 75 catalogues with special mitted.
reference to the way the colleges of
the country are describing their his- We handle purses and all other
tory courses. The results of her study k en s anleath r ses asdwll oshes
are calculated to stimulate thought kinds of leather goods as well as bags
and action on the part of the maker and suitcases. Wilkinson's, 325 So.;
of both school and college catalogues. Main St.-Adv.
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Two Words
In-com-pa-ra-bly fine!
To an experienced smoker they're
as full of meaning as a dictionary
is full of words.
They are specific.
They mean just one thing:-
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,E1GLI1HOVA]

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DISCOUNT
on GIFT BOXES and
GREETING CARDS
We are overstocked as we did not an-
ticipate the early Christmas vacation.
These Gift Boxes are the choicest se-
lection of New Stock from
CRANE,
HURD,
WH ITING,
HAMPSHIRE,
AND OTHERS
in linen, vellum, kid and bond finishes

SUITABLE FOR

FATHER

MOTHER

SISTER

BROTHER OR FRIEND

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Smaller boxes for those you wish to remember; more pretentious
ones for those to whom such a gift is fitting.
Prices range from $1.00 upwards
0. D. MORRILL
17 NICKELS ARCADE
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS

(lended in the Good

Old English Way

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THIS PICTURE
WILL BE
SHOWN AT OUR
REGULAR PRICES
IN SPITE OF
ITS COST

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NOW' PLAYING
Famous Plaqers -Lasky Film Corp. presets
FROM
FROM

SPECIAL SCHEDULE
FOR THIS PRODUCTION ONLY
MATINEE
STARTING 2:00 AND 3:45
EVENINGS
7:00 AND 8:45
It is to
your advantage to come before these hours

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GEORGE

M. COHAN'S

NATIONALLY FAMOUS LEGITIMATE ATTRACTION
AND THE WORLD-FAMED
W A LLINGFORD STORIES
BIGGER THAN

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He's better known
than a king --
He's better fun
than a circus.

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H E breezed into town like a circus parade, and found
the folks just ripe for picking!
Come and watch him "kid" the coin from Hicksville!
With the wildest, crookedest, funniest schemes that ever
made an audience roll in laughter.

"BREWSTER S

MILLIONS"

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NOTICE

To those interested in the C. C. T. Mfg. Co., full detail of the Covered Carpet Tack Mfg. Co.

will be unfolded today through Saturday in Motion Picture form for the first time.
CRITERION OF ALL TIMES.
LOOK AT THIS CAST OF FUNSTERS AND CAPABLE PERFORMERS:

THE LAUGH

DORIS KENYON SAM HARDY BILLY DOVE
Co-starred with Lew Fields, also in Musical Comedy Star of "The Charm The Ziegfeld Follies Beauty, "Midnight
"The Band-Box," "The Harvest Moon." School," "The Riveria Girl," "Princess Frolic," "Nine O'Clock Revue."
Pat," "Stop Thief."
AND LOOK WHO IS WITH US: WILLIAM "DADDY CARR," 29 YEARS A STERLING ACTOR, HUSBAND OF
MARY CARR, MOTHER IN "OVER THE HILL," AND EDGAR NELSON, THE COMEDY STAR OF "WAY DOWN
EAST." IF LAUGHS WERE DOLLARS THIS PICTURE WOULD BE WORTH MILLIONS.

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You Can Cry Any Time! Come Laugh With Us.

SHORT SUBJECTS COMPRISING
MONTY BANKS
IN
"PFEACEFrVL VALLEY"

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The Musical Interpretation for this Special Produc-
tion will be creditably handled by Director M. E.
Fossenkemper.

THIS PICTURE IS GUARANTEED BY LEADING EXHIBITORS THROUGHOUT THE
COUNTRY. NEWSPAPERS AND TRADE JOURNALS ARE UNANIMOUS AND AC-
CLAIM IT GREAT.

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