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Verdi's Re(gilem Mas
The Detroit Symphony orchestra
the Detroit Symphony choir and a
quartet of distinguished soloists, un-
der the direction of Mr. Gabrilowitsch.I
will give the second Detroit perform-
ance of Verdi's Requiem Mass in hon-
or of Alessandro Manzoni, at 8:30
o'clock tonight in Orchestra hall. The
work, which is. one of the greatest
masses ever written, will be given in
honor of those who fell i battle dur-.
ing the world war.
Mabel Garrison, soprano; Emma,
Roberts, contralto; Richard Crook's,
tenor;' and Wellington Smith, basso,
wfll be the soloists. The Detroit Sym-
phony choir which has been prepared
by Victor Kolar now consists of 250
members and is reported to be one;
of the finest .choral organizations in
this country. Mr. Gabrilowitsch is;
enthusiastic over the performance
which he predicts will be a menimor--;
able one. It is expected that Secre-,
tary of the Navy Edwin Denby and
his staff will be present at the con-
Tickets for the concert may be ob-
tained at the box office in OrchestraE
hall at $1 to $3.c

Zion I ullheran (htuIrclt
Rev. "iliam Soilt of Berca, Ohio,
is the visiting preacher at the Zion
Lutheran Church this morning at the
10:30 o'clock service. At the student
Forum to be held at 5:30 o'clock,
Herald Latta will act as leader. "Re-
ligiwn.s Place in World Pea (0" will
be the topic of discussion. TIhe ser-
mon by the Pastor at the 7:30 o'clock
service will be on "Having Everlast-1
ing Life."
f thyrr bt :3Christ T)Iscipl s
"Sources of Gospel Power" is the
subject to be discussed at the 10:30
o'clock service at the Church of Christ
D)4scipes Ch'burch. Bible School will
be b( d at 9:30 and at noon the Men's
ServIe Club will hold their meeting.
Christian Endeavor will meet at 6:30
The Unitarian Church will hold Sun-
day School at 9:45 o'clock this morn-
ing followed at 10:30 by the usual
morning services. At noon Prof. A.
E. Wood will conduct his class in
Modern Social Problems. Young Peo-
ple's Supper will be served at 5:30
and will be followed by a discussion
on "The Bok Peace Award," at 6:30,


AT THE THEATERS Wuerth offers a doiuble feature pro- the royal heir brings about a change tured in "The Sun Dog Trail." "Dane- ed," featurng letbert Rawlnson. nc
gram; Betty Blythe in "His Wife's of clothes, and the heart broken ef- ing Love," a Universal comedy, and "Her Dangerous Path," with, Edn
(Continued from Page Eleven) 1husband" and Mark Twain's immort- forts of the Prince to regain his pos- screen snapshots make up the r,- Murphy, comes Friday and Saturda
observation car loses her handker- al story, "The Prince and the Pau- tion. mainder of the program. "Railroru- of this week.
chief. Tom picks up the dainty thing per." Settings seen in "The Prince and
and succeeds in catching up with the "His Wife's Husband" unfolds the The Pauper" are magnificent repro-
train and returning the lost article to story of a college-bred girl of rare ductions of English architecture as StEE
its owner. The girl kisses it and tosses physical charm who 'marries a man existed during the reign of Henry theE
it back to the delighted Tom,. to escape from the drudgery of a Eighth. Castles, courtyards, and
Wheh at the ranch the foreman I servile position only to find herself Westminster Abbey are recreated in ! In lots of 1 gal or more
snatched the handkerchief from Tom's in a more distasteful position, for she this picture made in Vienna and P OW8DELIVER
admiring hands, the Steele temper learns that her husband does not love Prague. ----. PHONE 380 WE DELiVER
blazed to the surface in white heat. Iher. Feigning suicide by drowning. OrphiemniJ'V G ER C D k M L
Tom was fired-and then, he got a she leaves him even while he is drink- iAGnER CDE MLL
job as shoe clerk. Yes, he had had ing with the guests numerous toasts Richard Talmadge in "Wildcat Jor-
experience,-he had fitted horseshoes i to their happiness. As she leaves she dan" appears at the Orpheum today N. M in St., Just Nordh Of Machie SpechIaly Company
often.s wisndowmand, elieving thru-, through Tuesday. A comedy, "High Open UIntii 9 P. M.-Also Sundays
'foms uclethewealhy hiisees a woman fire a shot through a Kickers," and Fox news concludes122N il SRE
Tlomt's uncle, the wealthy Jelin lower window and, believing her hus- Kf k2r," N. Fox nws StREFTe
owe ,the program. On Wedn sday and
Steele, sent his lawyer west to ob- band dead, she flees to an uncle's theThrgram Fairbanksa
serve his nephew--to whom, if it is home. 'In time she marries a pros- Thursday William Fairbanks is fea-
proven that the notorious Steele tem- perous young lawyer and with him,
per has not been inherited, his entire and a daughter, she is extremely hap-
fortune will go. The result of the py. Then clouds begin to gather when
lawyer's observations was favorable the household is invaded by her hus-
for Tom, although the foreman turned band's secretary, a man strongly re-
up again at the shoe shop and Tom } sembling her first husband, which
wrecked both shop and foreman. The forces the young lawyer either to re-
test which the Uncle put his nephew inounce his ambition or to acknowledge
through forms the exciting and under- his secretary his wife's husband.
lying plot of the story. The production of Mark Twain's
As an added attraction the Wuerth "The Prince and the Pauper" was A n oth er i t AM FAA
theatre presents Georgette's Famous made with a little Polish boy, Tibi
Players of Musical Novelties featur- Lubin, In the double role of Prince
inP; Josephine Georgette. of Wales and Tom anty, a beggar boy
Thursday through Saturday the of the streets whose resemblance to
This week both, Stage and Screen Features are combined into one superb entertainment.


Sistine Chapel Choir
Another concert of choral music
will be that given by the famous Sis-I
tine Chapel choir at 8:15 o'clock
Thursday night in Arena Gardens. TheI
choir is under the direction of Mgr.
Rella of the Vatican and consists of
55 men and boys from the Pope's choir
at Rome. This is the first time these
singers have ever visited America and
their appearance in Detroit has
aroused much attention. Detroit is
one of the few cities which will be
. privileged to hear the magnificent
choir as it will return to home at
Christmas time.
The concert is managed by Isobel
J. Hurst and Bradford Mills. Tickets
range in price from 50 cents to $2.50!
and are on sale at Grinnell's and at
Arena Gardens before the concert.
Third Symphony Subscription Concerts
Ilya Schkolnik, diptinguished violin-
ist and concertmaster of the Detroit
Symphony orchestra, will be the solo-
ist at the third pair of subscription
concerts which will be given at 8:30
o'clock Thursday and Fridiay nights in
Orchestrahall, under the baton of Mr.
Mr. Schkolnik will play the Beetho-
ven concerto for violin and orchestraI
In D major which, excepting the
Brahms concerto, is the only great
work in that form. The orchestra will
offer the delightful "Rustic Wedding"
symphony of Karl Goldmark, and the
"Tragic" overture of Brahms.
Wagnerian Opera Company
The Wagnerian Opera company is
booked for the performance of eight
German operas in the Schubert-De-
troit opera' house, starting Monday,
Novembet $6, with matinees Thanks-
giving day and Saturday. Wagner's
tetralogy, "Das Rhinegold," "Die Wal-
kure," "Siegfried" and "Die Gotter-
dammerung" will be given in addition
to two of the master's other operas
and two works by other German com-
Since its brilliant artistic triumph
in Detroit last April, the organization
has strengthened its list of principals
and has brought into its service on
the instrumental side Josef Stran-
sky's newly-formed State Symphony
orchestra, so that during the Detroit
engagement the conductor's desk will
be shared equally by Edouard Moer-
icke and Ernest Knoch and Mr. Stran-
sky who is familiar to everyone as
the former conductor of the New York
Philharmonic orchestra. Such noted
singers as Elsa Alsen, Ottilie Von
Metzger, Mme. Von der Osten, Theodor
Latterman, Robert Hutt, Heinrich
Knote, Zador, Alexander Kipnis and
Mms. Lorentz-Hoellischer will be pres-
ent in addition to the superb chor-
us which gave such pleasure - last
Mail orders for the operas may be
sent tq the Detroit Concert direction.
1052 Book Building under whose man-
agement the operas will be. given.
Tickets are priced from $1.10 to $3.30
and will go on sale at Grinnell's as
soon as the repertoire is announced.


First Baptist Church
The First Baptist Church has as its
visiting preacher this Sunday Dr. G.;
G. Crozier, of Assam, who will speak !
on "Transformation of Savages" at the
10:30 o'clock service this morning.
Church Sunday School classes as well
as the Student\'s class will be held at
noon. At the social hour to be held
in the Quild House from 5:30 until
6:30 o'clock, Dr. Crozier will exhibit
his Indian curios.

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(Continued from Page Nine)
able bouts. Steve Farrell has not
stated whether or not he will he able
to put on any track events.
Permission has also been given for
the use of the new Yost Field House
as the place in which to hold these
meets. Although no date has been
given, it is expected that Saturday
morning, Dec. 1, will be settled upon
as being the time at which the largest
number will be able to attend.
T',e conference badge 1 committee
ias placed an order for 1800 badges
ad delivery is expected in plenty o'
time for distribution on Friday, Nov.
30. At previous conferences these
badges have been very original in de-
sign, and Jack De Tar, '25, chairman,
promihes a very handsome badge foie1
Vis yar. A branch of the S. C. A.,
under whose auspices the entire con-
ference is taking place, is devoting j
considerable time to the lining up of
suitable rooms for the incoming dele-
gates, atzd already a great number,
have been secured. Many more are
needed, however, and it is requested
that all who feel that they may spare
a room, and would like to take one
or two boys for the three days, send
their name and address to Mr. A. L.
Nelson, at Lane Hall.

12:30 to 2:00

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bible classes will meet at noon at 306
N. Division street and at 6 o'clock
student supper will be served in Iiar-
ris Hall. Librarian W. W. Bishop will
give an illustrated lecture on "The
Library of Congress."
Trinity Lutheran Chuirci
VThe Home and the Family" will be
discussed at the 10:30 o'clock service
at 'the Trinity Lutheran Church this
morning. At 9:30 Sunday School and
Bible Classes will be held.



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