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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

DAILY

SCORES ESCAPE DEA tI' IN WRECK

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fMSTERLY ART OF CORTOT Star Of O era
EXCELS IN LOCAL DEBUT"I An OtI
(Continued from. Page One)
number, in Saint-Saens "Etudes en
forme de valse" andi "Boivee pour la
4main gauche seule", Allieniz's "Se-
guidillas" andi Liszt's second H;ungar-I
ian Rhapsody. The Saint-Saens num-
bers are full of the felicities and in-
genuities characteristio of that corn-
pos5er, white their emptiness of exalted
inspiration was amply atoned for by
she consummate art withi which theyweernee.Tesm watue , ,. :x. :",
of the Albeniz, andi to a less extent of x1
the' Liszt. The p~erformance of thea
popular' rhapsody was a veritable tor
die force, the orchestral effect origin-
ated by L.iszt being splendidly achiev-
edl and the striking melodies given
with scintillating brilliancy and!
verve. I
Finally we cannot omit mention o1
the exquisite clarity with which he ,: ;;:.:;::: "; .:., :
interpreted Debussey's tone picture :::..::1
I "La Clathedrale Engloutie ,one of the
most original and truly poetic Df fthe
great FrenIchman's inspirations. H-ere
thle crystalline beauty- of his tone was
most fully apparent and here-lie gave, Lionel Ames, 12I
one of the most perfect nterpreta- in. one of the poses which were heart-
tions of the entire concert. ily applauded at last night's p~erfornm-
jEncores lieard were the "Butterfly' ance.
etude of Chopin, Op. 25, which lie- __________________
played after his first group; the samre Bay. City Cli to M[eet
composer's "Black Keys" etude, O1). All men students from Bay City will
10; and finally, Schubert's "Litany". meet at 7:30 'O'clock tonight in thie I
Cortot's platform deportment is so re- IMichigan U7nion for their weekly
freshingly difterent from that of many smoker. Plans for the Christmas va-
performers as to .deserve n~ote. (cationi will be discussed.

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"u AND OT"' EXCELLENT

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Alove, wreck of the Penusy flyer at CumlberlmAn d, and, below, closeup
ventedl the coaches fromi telescoping
Scores of passengers of the Pe nnsy flyer, which wvent into the ditch>
:I'ves to the steel construction of 'the coaches which prevented them frog. to
acid injury of the occupants. The ca use of the wreck has not'yet been asee
an thorit ies <te making a two-pronge d investigation.

Sshowing )low ,feel conirt 1011 pre-
near CunberLind. ad,.oc their
elescopiug anid the subsequent death
:rtaifed. Railroad ofiicial.s and state

SIGMA XIHONORS SEEN 1
I N AUTUMN INITITIONi
rA'IIoNAL SCIENiTIFIC SOCIETY
CHOOSES (AII.TE.S A N)
Sevcn students were honored ,ycster-
avy when Sigma Xi, national honorary
scientific fraternity, initiated thie cant-
.didates into associate, membership it
Selected from graduates and- seniors
orI~ the University. The, graduates
eklct.ed were; Hazel Mv. Loshi, George
.4. St rinibek, Helen Updegraif,, and
John C. Wood. The seniors elected
w~ere: Arthur F. Dittiner, Dean B. Me-,
Loughlin, and Arthur,.H. Stuart.
Pr of. A. Franklin Shull, of the Zo- j
tlog;y department, who is president of
~'h MLAichigan chapter, acting as mas-
Ier of ceremonles, instractedl the can-t
didates in their various duties and
outlined the purpose of the society.
< Elections to active membership will:1
take place in the spring at which time
lrthi active and associate members
NVi ll be given a banquet.
nimediately following the initiation'
a council meeting was held. Delegates
to the national convention, to be held
in Boston this year, were chosen and
instriictedl to vote for. a renewal and,
not a change in iconstituition, . wihi
will be the chief issue' at the Bo Ton1
convenition.

AZ 1 HE THlE
Screen-Tod,
Arcade-Charles Ray
Julius Caesar;" an
comedy, "Choose Y
Pons."
Majestic- Constance
in "East i's West;"
cational comedy, "CY,
Jimmy Adams.
Orphieum -"Some N
presentedi by them,
giene company.

Wuierth - Harold
"Grandma's Boy;",
of Fortune'," with
De La Motte.

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i (Gmoverimeni.Sues Contract ors
A T E Rt S Washington, Dec. 4.-Filing of six
suits, seeking. recovery of $29,000,000
from contractors for aleged over-
.ay charges for the construction of Camps'
in "Alias Ij;Custer, Hicks, D~odge, Lee, 'Pike, and
rid Christie I Travis was announced by the depart-
(our Wea j !nent of justice today.
II Autxor'ize Waterways Plan,~
sTalmadge Washington, Dec. 4.-An expendit-
'and lfdu- i ure of $71,5100,000 during the coming
ash," withI fiscal year for the improvement; of
{ rivers, harbors, and other waterways,
I was recommendled by the chief of .?r-
tVild Oats," . i my engineers today.
Social Fly-j___
Losa something? A classified in
Lloyd in + the D~aily will find it.-Adv.
Llod inol
Miarguerite
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'eek SUNDAY, DE
Union p-______
Messrs. Shubert present Anr
Aine Fred- cyr
y One," an cinyr
flon. n the Spectacular Musical Ca
D etroit)RE n " -L s
'eels IA Whale of a' Show with
f Truly Amax
and Heath j
111 $1.10 1.65

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(Continued from. Page One)
songs, a greater number of goodI
dlances and in the end. to b~rim; to-
gether the two very good looking
leads in a satisfactory finale.
The interruptions in the story are
_Jpieces of typical patter well executed,
extravagant showgirl dances , and
d (ances' which- are entirely original ir
Kseveral instances. All of these breaks
in the story, all of the nonsensica'
patter, all and everything that makes
jthe show a jumble of beauty and
'rhythm stamps "lIn and Out" as a real
Imusical show.
Michigan may well be proud of "In
and Out", seventeenth annual Mimes
production, and Mimes may justly give
thanks to Edwin 11. Meiss, Myron E.
IChon and the entire cast, for the 01)-
era of 1922 is a success.
SLEEP ANYWF'HEIE, BUT
(EAT AT REXPS
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 Arbor Street
Near State and Packard Streets
CEMBER 1Q
raerica's Foremost Comedians
and Heath
omedy in 2 acts and 7 scenes
a Splendid Big Cast and
xlrg Choreus

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Stage -This 'Wh
Whitney -- Michigan1
era, "In and Out."
Garrick (Detroit)-Pau.
crick in "The Guilty
A. I1. XWoods prodlup
Shubert - Mficigan (T
Bonstelle company
Side-West Side."
S t ge-- Nex WtI
Whitney - ;Melntryea
in "Redl,.Pepper."

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ieijey Uable to IMeet lMorning' Class
Prof. R. Mv. Wenley of the phrilosophiy
department, willibe unaible'to meet hislj
10 o'clock class this morning,"due to,
a slight illness.

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SHOWS AT 2- 3:40 -- ( -- 8:45
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HIS FIRST FIVE - PART FEATURE
IN ADDITION
""FOOLS OF FORTUNE"'
WITH
MARGUERITE DE LA MOTTE
} TULLY MARSHALL RUSSELL, SIMPSON

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