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April 30, 1924 - Image 2

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Peace

4C AND
MUSICIANS'

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Sonata No. ], 3D minor ...... Guilmant;
Introduction and Allegro
krPastorale
Miinuet .......... Boceherini
Andante Cantabile (Fifth
Symph on y).........Tschaikowsky
Prelude, Fugue *and Chaconne
in C................Buxtehude
To a Wild Rose.........MJacDowell
Scherzo-Caprice ........... Candlyn
Beatitude................... Bossil

Famous Critic Is
On Summer ,Staff
Leon G. Winslow, (considered as one
of the foremost Industrial Art critics

author of several books of various
subjects, and will be in this city as
an instructor for the entire summer.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.

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ORGAN RECITrAL

(.nests
Schools

Of Htonor At
inu '[tp-

I-LUR CHOSEN TO LE]AD
ents oA' boys in public sch,)ols
he; gubests of honor today at the
obiservance 6of "The Boys' Day;
hietics and Entertaininent," of
iCoach ElImer D. Mlitchell is
ai chairnman. ,9pccia assembTies
e held ate o Aaschools
alks by the principals, 'iz4i'atfr-
es ionsoil the playrouns Aill
e 'd to visitors.
clh Fielding H. Yost w -ll s'peak.
'clock tonightl in the high school
riumfr, with a:zsplecial progra-in of
and mousical entertainment. Dur-y
e dlay at the schools, gymnastic;
tilns and contests, will take
including track mneets among .

The re-gular twilight Organ recital
will be given at 4:15 o'clock this aft-
ernoon in Hill auditorium, by Palmer
Christian, Uniiver sity organist. I-H will
offer the following program.

in America, and who for several yiears SE;l.S Gt h I
has bete in charge~ of the Industrial est salary and
Arts work for the city of New York, the position you want as a teacher,
is to conduct a class of Industrial arts Openings in all States. Ask for free'
forinsrucorsin he rchtecura !enrollmient blank and list of M1ichiigan
for nstuctrs n th arhitctualgraduates placed by us.
college during the coming summer Specialists' Educational Burearu
session. Odeon Bldg. St. Louis, _1o.

Exchange that
misfit _pen for a

Patronize Daily Advertiser§.--Ater.

LAST IME TONIGHT
A Ileaf ty Roar
from Title to
Tailpiece

COMEG SUn NDAYMAY 4th
The foA IIp ort:::r4CI2it nye Egag i s t inte 111- iory f A er

EfoLs of Sumner- Welles, whomi Pre-

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y'Day in Citizenship and In-I
," was marked by trips through,
buildings and factories yester- o c e r e P ite a d R v
ert A. Jump spoke at the high
A auditorium, and E.1 C. Mills
onl "Citizenship" over the Ujni-
y radio last night.
angements for the Loyalty day
e which will be held Thursday,
been announced. The "M" club l
be the leading unit of the parade
N111 fall1-into' line at 2:15 o'clock
thie high school immediately be-
the Varsity nan~d. The nienwill
their honor sweaters, and will
d by Harry M~pke, '24.
ci Yost said yesterd Ky in spak
fthe , University's part, inthe par.
"This is boys' Loyalty day the
over, and certainly Varsity men
d aid the boys of the community
Heir presence, in this demonstra-
Thle parade w ill last only , 30 t s an vil be nd d y' o,
;Iassified-Conit.I
NIAKES. Agency Wdooustock and
r~ ty~pewriters, 'Sundstrand add-
mcine, Li 4he-a.-Tim'e copy
drrubber stam ps, rlblbons,
hion kes type cleaners and slip-
s Mcl tnes rented.
NN,4BOR TY.IP lXhITER
[AN'E PhoneidIB GS downtoWvi
9 Anr, rbor Sav., Bnk IB1ldg.

sJIc 3t Coolidge se-,nt to Hondluras Ito
help endthe revolutionary 'Etrife in
thiat diminutive republic, appear to
have come to naught. None of the
warring factions have met his over-
tures, sindJunconfirmed rcports have
it fhait sc eial Amelicwan Sailors have
b.een killed.

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MEN

'of w.'hich
Thos. H. Ince

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producer of this and "The ilottentot,"
saes:~
aImftSure that '4111lhing, Fish,' k the

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Of fer Up Everything-m.--a
Love-..-Life'---HonoJr-
For Esmeralda?

and

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a~pncI, rnipeograpling
,rs 't c olusiitlerhtel'
LAorl'l,' 17 II'kels;l
ypewriler. & Statlon-
Ly (bil~e at reason-
s. HislZ1Cir,

st .4, .'i Pictures"
BettyBun
RAIPRS"

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gre atest Comedy f*pecIil ever iae"
'c eadd-
Rilghtof 7Somethring e ul rely new-differ-
eita..trained seal as hiere--a score (JkI~
diving lenu,&es to ,add zest,-a couple (of
newlywed" to lend spaice-tad a grand,
thrill climax thant piles laugh 01oar augh l
to tlael ttn-burs ting tempio.

did Jehan sacrifice decencyT and h on-~
t or as'he strove. to make her° h is?
(lHd (ringoire sere hrdeg-v e'd IT
Swth neve rahopeoeari
did Quasimodo gi've 11 cIIin lei
wH~J defense?

HY
WH'Y

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did Phoebus risk his very life to gain
one single smile
did Dom Claude defy the Gurardsmen
1ho so°Ught to take her?
did ClopIn seek to sack a city to bri ng
her back to himn?

phone'

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TheAnswer Is Found i
The Greatest En'tertainmernt The
World. Has .ver Knozpn

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to Marjorie Colbert---

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Louise Fazenda - Foi d Sterling, Chester
Ricksen, Nvith Fre ddie, the galloping fish,
wil keep you roaring

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