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" i cye/Iwk 'tAlo icTo Pe erv O f Seers;

MANY ATTEND EXHIBIT
''Of TRIBNEDESIGNS

Prize Winner
Tribune

~In
Contest

awarded second prize in the Chicago The opera is under the management
Tribune contest for plans for their of the Detroit Concert direction. TheM
fbuilding, It is the work of Eliel Saar- interest manifested by Ann Arbor stu-
inen of Helsingfors, Finland, and is; dents in previous performances of thes
considered a fine architectural work. Russians has induced the manage-
The Messers. Dwight Wallace and Ber- ment to offer tickets to University stu-
tal Grennen of Chicago assisted Mr., dents at a ten per cent discount from
Saarinen in his work, the regular prices which are $1 to
_____ $3. As soon as the repertoire is de-

dealt with according, to a statement During the months of January and
mnade yesterday by Ann Arbor's chief February the police department, made
of police, Thomas O'Brien. The force only 41 arrests. M~ore than half of
j vill be increased by two members these were for violations of traffic
equipped with motorcycles to enforce; laws. Students composed more than
traffic ordinances. 40U. per cent of the offenders.

Oit1J(INAT1'LiiS(IES OF
PI~TORiS SHOWN
AJLUMN I HAML

13) C1W-
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S More than 5,000 students and oth-
ers, it i,s estimated, have visited the
exhibit ion of designts entered in t he
Chicago Tribune competition for plans
for a new building, which have been
on (isplay, in the main gallery of
1Alunmni Memorial hail since Monday.
The, exhibit wil close at 1 o'clock to-
day.
Two hundred and twenty designs
Iwere submitted in the contest, of
Iwhich 135 are on exhibition here.-
Sarchitects of .22 nations entered
jdrawings, the first prize of $50,000 be-
in g awarded to Messrs. Howells and
Hood of New York City, the second
prize of $20,000 to Elie Saarinen of
Hel,singfors, Finland, and the third
prize of $10,000 to H~olabird and
Roche of Chicago.
The drawings on -exhibition here are
the original pen and ink sketches
submitted in the contest. R. P. Cross
of the Chicago Tribune company is in
charge of the exhibition.
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RUSSIAN OPHflARETURNS
ITO BEIHITMARCH 26

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finitely available, reservations may be
made at the University Mlusic hiousej
Willhims and Maynard streets.
INCREASE POLICE FORCE TO
HIAND)LE TRAFFIC VIOL A ION'S

FO R SJTUDENTS
445.
DAY' OR NIGHT
2c207 N. Main ' 5

1 LAR(Wit CH OUS ANi)
.222 ~ IORCHESTRA
One of the outstanding events of
=: } 35 athe current Detroit musical season
' :::...::,: :,;. y:.::.:.:::> ;::::.: was the appearance of the Russian
. .#.':: ..::}::;:::;:::;;<z: Grand Opera company in that city last
' '~~'fall. Special interest is therefore at-
:'>}' :".' z tached to the announcement that the
~ .*u~ !Russians will retur'n to Detroit for a
;: :':; > ' ' <>:::t#<= week's engagement beginning Marcy~:
s> ;:<. : <1: >: z::>::::> 26 at Orchestra hall.
S>~ ~The repertory will include "Boris
,{}, } _f$ ........' :.G o d o u n o w ", "C a rmnen ", "E u g en O n e-
,', irn La Juive", Snegoroutchka",
S.' -Nuit de L'Ainour", "The Demon" and
~ \S. The Cz r'sBrde". Eight perform-
...Cars ": y'>. :<; :> ,:;':<~::? iances wil be [pgiven, including a mat-
t'' ? .."" #s.:: :z1>:::': {:inee on Easter Sunday. I~n addition
__________________________ to an augmented orchestra and chor-
us, there will be a complete new ball1
The design pictured above wvhichIlt and new scenery including a set
will he on display until 1 o'clock for "Boris" which c'ost $G,000 and
today in Alumni Memorial hall wvas equals that used at the Metropolitan.

Springspeeders

will be severely

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TODAY

3 t~ Th(C u r n t u r r ga r ijHr e s a So e r r u o Hv o B e,_ ,

PRODUCTION

Will ann 1). Gan
WiJllia m D. Gann, New York, claims
the long ditncechami~pioniship among
sesc. oo0(thsaersandl predictors irn
general Since1909 Ginhas accur-
atel y foreto ldal t''imnportanthpen
hgspin-tew ds itrincluding
the abdIication7 of the kais cr. Row does
lie'(10 it? Oh, 'by algebra and geom-
etry.
Cpx: r . 8N yyE ST . 1 W MEN TO-
N ii o liiiii, pr.
VA TIiION
E'igh pekrs wiil talk on
"Frane's nvsofo the Ruhr" in the
dne rs xtiporaneous contest
which w vill he held at 8 o'clock to-
ni,;ht in Uiverzsity hail. Each will
gieve a seven mi~inute talk on different
1 <h3Ce ,of th,' 17uhr situation.
Thoe'ho were chosen in the pre-
llininrisand xvi .sp;c'ktonight are
1i. C. Cla1k,'24, HI. W. -Glasgow, '24,
H1.'l-, Latta, '24, 113. V. Lawson, '24,
]tMarguer.ite May, '25, Millard Pryor,
'24, D. R. Sohn, '25,,and M. H-. Spec-
ter, '25.
The xvinnher of the contest will be
given a s;ilver loving' cup and the per-
, nawI aded second place will be pre-
.cizjted with a book. The, three per-
sons wbo ra ted highest in last seines-
i. r's ots and the three xvho are
~wa~lel f-1, second and , third place~l
hi tnigt'scontest w ill be allowed to
cut ite t'haries iiurice Atkinson
.Mnii'alcontest. rphlese' six will
i i f)Iorat:i1ons onthe subs ect of "Stui-
( '. far otr b World Citizenship,
1 io~d ad Spritul".1s prizesfor
he wnne ofthis contest fifty dol-
Lu's, nd: a;old i ndal wtill ba given.
I .ost Someting? Let a "Daily" ziass-
i tied ad i find it for yoa.-Adv.
STARTS MARCH
r SUN. 11Ith SUN.
10 OLY 1RIVAL TO
THE KID"
A ' to 3) I)PITIO3N

New

MUSIC

NOW ON SALE"
Here is a new idea: Instead of-,re-
leasing new music only once a
month, Brunswick releases some-
thing new every day. So you can
get the new selections every week-
or every day -- without waiting.'
Here are some of the latest. Hear
them at any Brunswick dealer's.
Brunswick Records are the world's
clearest reProductioiis. Play, on any
phonograph.

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FROM THEiI GREA'T NOVEL OF MIC HIGAN
"T'LIIBER." by Harold Titus

-CAST INCLUDES-

F rank Keenan-Anna Q. Niilson--Richard Headrick

-GREAT,
A Screen Comedy of Supcrlat've Merit--'
BUSTER
As an amateur Electri-
cian installing electrical
innov ations in a mil-
liona-Ire's mansion.
"The Electric.
House"

ADDED BILL-

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-(T THE STAGE-
The Dance 'Orchestra
Delightful

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Four
Dancing

CROFUT and KNA PP
HATS,
Cavanaugh Edges
Rain Proofed Crushers.

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N3EXT NWEEK,
DE MILLE.S
"Ja vaHIfead"
on the Stage-Jerry
*1TP4I Hecr Planioirls

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Carl F'enton's Orchestra
No. 23715
Starlight Bay-Fox Trot
Only Just Suppose-
Fox Trot
Replete with the usual o2
inal and brilliant Fen
variations.

Instrumental
Capitol Grand Orchestra
Erno Rapes, Conductor
No. 2368
In a Monastery Carden
(Ketelbey)
Concert Orchestra
Cavallerii Rusticana-
Intermezzo (Mascagni)

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The ever popular Mascagni
intermezzo, as arranged by
Rape6, is a new delight for
music tovers

Joseph E. Smith and
HiO Orchestra
No. 20009
* Medley of Irish Waltzes
No. I - "Little. Bit
Heaven" - "Where
River Shannon Flows'
"My Wild Irish Rose"
Medley of. Irish Waltzes
No. 2 - "Come Back~
Erin"-"Believe Me If
Those' Endearing Y(i
Charms" - "Low Bac
Car"- "Cruiskeen Lav
)--"Wearln' o' the Gre
Diamond sparkles of melo
star dust from the musi
literature of the Emer
Isle.'

rig-
iton loft
duo from Ihe pOpAUlai'sfot'q bqM
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un t akadwt
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oidie' lw
..A~d =- -Arse nadr adlnl odwt nte

Songs-
Mfargaret Young
(Singing Comedienne)
NO. 2371
Whoa, Tille, Take Your
Time
Don't Think You'll Be
Missed.

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