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rmpusSymphony±
Will Play. Today
~e Univcrsity Symphony orches-
under the directioni of Samu-aet P.
kwo(od, will give its next concert
he Faculty Concert Series at 4:1:>
1ck thlis afternoon in Hill aUdi-
n. Miss Clara Lundell, -pianist,
'appeal- as solist with thie orches-

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
CENTER OF WORLD'S INTEREST,
AND COMMA NDER OF INVAD1)ERS

g eneralI public is co;ria lly in-
to attejj. It is requested that
seateJ pronytly v~3 the doors
w cloyed during the nur her^.
owing i5 the ipro.,rrum:
MJu.;ic aud W'eddlin g:March
-om "Fortin~ors" .....luibin~tCi n
WeDnIchi D~ance of the 1"vidt":1of Kashi-

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F E SEND TWO 2 it' ' 't. Strl. In Hvna Underwo~od, Remington, Smith, Roy-
SHIPS + .Z, Havana, Jan. "!3 -(By A. P.)--AU al, and Rteinlfntoni Portable type~frit-
t ; ~~~~~~~studerits in itstitutions of higher Ad- o aeo et loirdrvo
____ Portables for sale. S. A. :Moran,
Pars, an 13i~y A.~b-woucation in this city are out on strike. ,14oom 2, 711 N. University.-Adv(l.
Ts cinwas takenu to enlforce de- i- - = --
French destroyers left Cberbour g to- ( r,,. il
mands nmide l); the SMudent:; for re- New r'l%('.0o Suits f.) et lr I
1dcay for Memnel, the scene of the r" or- Am jmetngws ed !o and Co. State Street --Adv.
F centUivasion by Lithuanian invaders. it y to e,'eavor to come to somne sort
Oether naval units will follow ,soon. f!a011 grc..ent x t uhoii~ atronize Daily dvries-Adv.

Make

YorefHa-ppy -

with the Newv Columbia )'Iusic

layatdore tz nce II
Weddilng NMarch
eyed igldyl............ Wagner
.ornian Fairy Tales" Op. 1_35,
Nos. _i and 2...........Bcnilcl
Orchestrated by S. P. L.ockwvood
"wrinii wicl" (The Snow Witch).
"Schncewittid~eb" (Sn ow-Whtite)
iuceriio, Op. 6' A minor2. (:Gicy
Allegro inoderato; Adargio-Allegro
m a reato

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We Iha ve five very fine reiordis whichx we are glad to offer to our culstomners and wvhich
we 110 'artily rCC)1l~lfl(n.i.l eethey fare:
WHOhAerby Eddie Elkin s Orchestra (exclusive Columbia lArtists.)
ATh- by Tecd Lewis and Orchestra--anotlher exclusive Columbia a rtist.,
OOGC AS BU -by 'Franik Wesh"l and Orchestra.
HELOVES I-A Coiediean Song which EddiEe Cantor sings aid "You'll declare, he's .a
bear."
And here is the recordl that Irene Castle danced -to Thursday evening:
LVIN' SAM (THESHEKOF ALD8R)
New Sheet Music that Should be ono Your Piano

lathryn Mle 'il

BURS-F K .1

A1//pears .S I (I'1flfJQtvy RThp ,l;!i4cYc°a? 'cm~e Fitte$ atfllroeau e:i'-w-wouht alby lri~e's ; hire of Iefill. bPiur. Main sh adeI Sec-
tirnt> IOWSzwwn lu, ghinle Ete pil by .aa!szciai ~l1)OcVs a*"~inJ~e ('ld f ia%'.Cirt-ala shiaded scwon
'rhe Detroit Symphony orchestra?. ,
tinder the direction cof Victor IKolar
will give the 1fourth11number onl the I ~ l:()E~n eito r lt',sio i~ 2 uhi~ hr itn'oelrta rni
Extra Concert s .r es aat 8 ,clckto- t R zs h'sc gafw n °;(3) 1thbroit, t :eugh vlihl 'Ale egA',h Itroops avatcat a e4 llIn c-ojw atdois wit French;
mnorrow evening 1in Hi :llt]uditoriuin. ("-) i~ '}:1.7lr bsiniudi ' ttei1 by i rdshladling, 1the dis-ral stIzetl. At, right4 ei,'eral De (4ou, Freneh er
Miss Kathryn Meia1e, contralto, who .I lnder of iIll41i'fl orces.
was heard at the 1922 May FTieStivail, _____________ __ ____________
w iappear as Soloist.-
Following ,sthe programnt ppred ( lI 'iingSc C r uieri~ty l; z~ 111ra-
Iby K olar w ith a. view to nlt re. hug W n s ° ° ,tc s E~ n r z ~ s t a i~ a l a
iv~ll classe.; of music-lovers: ,,tc1,:cuto atya.
Wagner, over' ire to the ole U near tts Latent aM P Us T alent a t ecpod chnas4 Year edto
....."Tannhauk211er' - Aes wil be in his 30 ,Session, for onre
Saint-Saens, Spring ,Song from 34c !r, Mimes tournament reg.ulatLions
."Sams.on'and Delilah" By leo J~) .1 er.hml rfe:' Se.~ond lprize was awarded to the !,1tiul.Ati;t lgtat, the owner must be
Miss Meisde Last nighlt inl the MZim es theater i"'zij) representing A.lphia Sigma Phii thxe winner ci' 'two contests. Another
Ip olitov-1vaiov, Cauzcasian Sk1etche110 rsentd aproramof aud- re nXity, ho scored i athler well inttournalment,, following the same plan
1Tn the nmointains Villeccontairrnnga bevy of true Thoes- Spanish burlesque. Delta Kappa as the oflC jrast' concluded, allso" under
II In the village ! 'tcnia1B'O l pIloln, winner of tlhir' honors, en- ,the au;spices of Mimes, willI be con-
Sol _Il Iiflliwn....oM . 1eyenTh*ertained with a son;-and-dhance rum- 'ductre~i in the spring.
Sc61o .n .. o. Mr.. yway n:ight app rove, Teoff erinlgs rprygthtD Wi!Tao,'2
S-foViola.....rtKldknconcluded. the Mimes =amateur tourna-"socastpn'su". ea BtlIL O T R MA E
TIIProcession of the Sirdar "montcaa ctep at'which broughtasbefore
JoanStus raueWlz thefootlighuts manry personas of'talent Pan secured:>out.i;jrizeon th
Johan Sraus, reaure'Walt andl ability, her'etofore latent either 1 :;trngth of ,a humrorouts negro silit, in SUCCFSSSFUL FLIGH I
... from "Thle Gypsy Baron" beas f ako ppruiy rb-;hicli a darky (dude" and a "high
De~eLsFle eCdzcause of the fear of stage-fright brw aie"cil sm ea tn aslhington, Jan. 13-13y A.P.)-
MsMisewhich is so common to ambitious yet : . A1nnunent that the firmy air
Massenet, Scenes N\apolitaines tne uspol.Johin Giylls, '255, and Gordon Rice,' Ci{ as(~eoe ahlcpe
Laa Danse To Mimes, then, and its dramatic '2, gave their interpretations of the a~11nd ad1e successfull flights with the i
La. Procession e 14'Jmproisateuar ideals, Michigan offers praitse, and to I olisfamed "Gallagher and Shean" mlachine at MceCookc Field, at Dayton,I
La 'Fete Lionel Ames, '24, who was adjudged again, and l WO1l(I prob.ably have won !0wio was made tonight by the war
--winner of the tournament, the cam- '?gllcr than fifth prize had they put}
FIV LOST M_ Npu rndnshoae. Ames, fem al e n~ore effozrt into their foolery and in- " rtmntWoftheoxerien
SE PL N , AL Simpeicrsonator extraordinary, proved toue Oenwparo11es;lght was one mlinute and~ 42 scondllts,
hiSrgtEobeclldthAosNntrEPitt hi nd Kappa Nu in spite of1 driii;; which the machfinrerose
--- ~~~taining and delightful entertainer who tbr ta,ct thafit thiey were awarded sixth ,srih tontegon n an1
K ey Wes t, Jan. !b(yA..- as appeared recently in Milchilgan and sevenlthr places, respectively, utn- straight fon twilo the oend atorwai l
r'adio nmessegeoreceiv;ed here tonright dramatic enterprises. His act last: athdtalent which bids fair to a ihi hc ewsal sitdf' ~inOeaith nv- i aneuer :t~e ofatfel-,oftesocerator
promt . l ag,plyofQing tweensha-biplo.etrn '51 h iao ails c ,lcerned are so minded. Theta . nd landed o:wiiy. the new miachine
vaennaIla he lyn b entitled loa 'te~n,2, tth ~a0ryhas a total wefight of 3600 lpounds ana
adKy eAcofrdrecnsseofainepreain ns-Cilli's -skit. which migltht nildir -
prts at nd F. Atkin Jr. reltwo ,a y ffective ,of a little irl, ans-d his "The Wronlg Apartment'% is a clever ;fou~r lifting screwts actuated by a 170 I
chiortnt oft NewAtkis, J(Trace two-kvehicle was a song riddle.Very sim- hit of farce, discovering, Crosby IRece, horse powver Imotor. The system of.
4 oi~al?, rP~' ~h he Atkinrs' pie yes=,_ but with Ames simplicity is .725, anid Miltoti Green,'25, as genuine {g w~~I~ dheetrlynvl
,,,ly:nd ne aiia -lr'oda atjutasi i ih uia l-hmrists.. I{a ppa Nu presented an ;Furtheii' and lmore exactling 'testsi
~Thmpon wee os th sa-tinge, whio holds.-the same position on Egyptian fantasy, in which James Fro- it Wag said wrill be given .in hlope thwi ;
wheiu the professional stage as the Wiilbel- st,'4 as Cleopatra, tisted andtewawilh indoutofri~
plnColumus ahd tit; ztacr o te mn f"nadOt oso the sq ,.~.uirmZed with the grace and agilityr deVelolrlflmt and use of the craft.
te-.; -and .;anlk near Hllaana this alters-E amateur Istae; u.soso rr of the ancient beauties of the Nile. Rb- t
?l' "'' !j~off- is no stranger to the, stage,, hay- Try a ( la.;siflod Ad --it pays ---Adv.;.

ORIENTAL EYES

LOVIN' SAM

MOON RIVER

ALL MUDDLtT) UP

CF-OGCHOG BLUES

HERE ARE IT"I - WORDS TO

Somewhere, In A Cottage For Two

Fr 1've boon pinann ln g our future hapin ess i,_-_ -
111 all my d(I . ins arid scemnes 11ee- eaO r
A Pla on' ]di : , for Yon a 11(1 3ne (lea --
Som~t~E -.v erc .-3ni a ottage for two
We'll dill ;and coo- -together
oomnew 1, r-- N-Where we'll'never he bluc,-
And] our love will. ive forever
I'l te her tpslove-birds will sing,
And-, somte (lay the good stork will hring,---a stranger
nonle were in a cottage,-
We'll mnake our dIreamls comec true.
As we grow older, I1 know that you and I
Never will nonice the years go rolling by,
And sweetheart aline, there'll be noi sadness
Por 'tvey Year will bring more gladnless.
('horns (abhove).

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The music to this song will just kieep yrou on your toes. If you wvanta song that 'has all the
pep of "MA" and all the melody of "Swaney Iki'ver" just ask for this piece.

REMEMBER YOU ARE ALWAYS W EL-COME'

_______AT

All edinger's, Music Shop
305 MAYNARD STREET

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The Colubus sailedl frorII-",y IV-,I
1:0o'clock. Dl~ nof the ci
!Jt are lacking, I)Iutill folhation inl-
icafeis ilintthe imachOinle w crushledl
hen it struck. the water.4
;-omel survivor ; ar1x'.b)ing,, orought I
thNis c"ity oll the IN'!gler which is
wilet of one of thle lrgsu--gd1r plan-
tions in11Cub'a tand is v ell known ,in
w. busin ess Nor (. He w'Is On his
u1rwiter tripl to Coil.
First iforiation Of ' thleacdn
as, col~ncl i theo following wre
as niessege broadcalsted bly lthe Flag- .
w late today De relict airplane lay-,1; 20 m l s n r h a to'g v su i o s l h a d.
~Now 'tmixdo Suits for Rteniai. Wild
ril Co. State Street.--~A t.
Lae sometbing? A ciaasified .in
assified ad will sell It for you-Ad'v

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Allowance with ": 1
Masf; prcduction makes
the first cost 'Moderate.
The simple mechanism
never gets out of order
and each double length
lead offers the same
writing service as a 7 in.
Wood penc i-at only Ic.
WE I G 1 T-- shown
here -of lighltweight
alumi-num 50c. Rolled
Silver $1,00.
See this and other'rmod-
els at your stationery o r
cooperative store.
Ing~ersoll Redipoint Co., nc.
Wm:. H. lIngersoll, lies.
461 Fourth Ave;, New York city

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SIMI'S at
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I MORTAL ROMANCE

SU NDAY - tTTESbi)AY

DAVID'
BUTLER

JOHN GILBERT
MAUDE GEORGE
ROBERT 1McKIMY

Knownin. a Lfe Tm
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In4 a-amous Romnae

ESTELLE TAYLOR
WILLIAM V. MiONG
VIRGINIA BROWN FAIRE

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