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.THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1924

fl 2 I D O D C Tell Proper Wa M lnnhI lR I an invocation offering Thianksgiving
mE ~ ~ " ' 'To Use elp o eworld through the sacrifice of the Am-
Telpho e 111 L erican soldiers. Rev. Father Com-
Asnanaid 'owardbettePtelehonemand will .deliver an lnvocation con-
anaOR owrdbete tlehoe if I b ll secrating America to, the great work
FUP OM ii0M NB servce, the M1ichigan Bell Telephone 00 9 IM_511 ECI 99 f h ftre
coinpany fer h suggestion thatd The National Guard and the Naval
BuceyeWolerie atte I Ceterk he ubsribr ue he ronncitio IPatriotic Organizations of City to
Buckye-olvrine.BatreIs Cnte th suscrier se he ponuciaionReserve will attend the service in a
of Interest; Committees Plan.o.o an uler htistuh Unite in CMelnatlon; Public
ofy etue NProgranmnubesPlannedaugt body. The arrangements for the Arm-
_____ tool~eator. --istice Day program are under the di-
The letter "o" should be pronounced BL'SE SE K rcinofCp.I .Hi fteU.#S.-
ROAD TO B MARKED M quite long. The final "n" in the fig- FL K____TOSP A Army. tnofCpLC.Hloth
I re' one should be held. "R" is roll- _____________-
(Special to The Daily) ed and the two "e's" in three are A'rmistice Day will be celebrated } ______________-
Columbus, Nov. 7.-Ohio State is held. Four, seven, and nine 'become this year by a union of all the patriotic
mustering all its forces these days in words of two syllables. Thc other organizationis in the city. An Armis-
-~ numbers are pronounced as usual ex-
preparation for its Forty-ninth Annualf cept that they should be pronounced tice Day program at the Chamber of'
Homecoming, main interest in which more distinctly than in ordinary con- Commerce luncheon. Tuesday noon,
centers about the Wolverine-Buckeye versation. will start the day's activity. At this
clash in the stadium on November 15.A luncheon all civic organizations inM
Under the guidance of an executive Chicago, Nov. 7.-- Plenty of good-I the city will participate. Willis
committee of three prominent stu- seed corn will be available for the Blakeslee will speak on the mean-
dents, ten subordinate committees are coming season, accco .ding to a surv ey ling of Nov. 11, to veterans of all wars.
working to effect an organization for comnpleted by the American Farm Bur-j A mass meeting will be held at 8
the busy week-end. Chief amnong the{ eau federation. o'clock in Pattengill auditorium of the
for the incoming crowds, establish- London, Nov. 7.--Dancing and high be paid to the boys who gave theirtak sindaelsigo om n ro ihsho.Tiuewl
ment' of information bureaus, and thinking are mutually incompatible in lives in France, and the significance
completing plans for the Michigan the opinion of George Bernard Shaw, I of Armistice Day will be explained.
headquarters. famous author. Rev. Merle H. Anderson will deliver 1

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SOUA dB AND
Lieut.-Conuuftnrder John Phiip Sousa, ton, uetpr
AN ORGANIZATION OF 1,00 MUSICIANS
Thursdlay, November 13, at 8 p. m.

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Hear SOUS A
And His BAND
(John Philip Sousa,
Conductor)
,Play is Latest Com-,
positionrs:
"ANCIENT AND HON-
ORABLE ,ARTILLERY
COMPANY 1ARCHl"
(New)
"POWER AND
GLORY" (New)
"CAMERA STUDIES"
** (Suite)
"LOOKING
UPWARD" (Spite)
''LEAVES FROM 1MY
NOTE-BOOK" (Suite)
"EL CAPITAN"
"HIGH SCHOOL
CADETS"
"WASHINGTON
.POST"
"SE MPER FVIDELTS"6
(March of the Devil
Dogs)
"THE STARS AND
STRIPES FOREVER"

Hill11Audito rliun =- rinn Arbo r
Sousa's music represents the real spirit of
America in a ,dignified and intellectual man-
nier.-Leopold Stokowski, Conductor of Phila-
delphia Symphony orchestra.
The humor and -dignity, the delicacy and the
vigor, of Sousa's interpretations of his musical
numbers, carry* his audiences into another
realm from which they are loathe. to return
when the program ends. It is not strange: that
Sousa's Band plays to the largest audiences the
musical world has known.
Sousa does that which no other musician has
been Able to accomplish. In, the same concert
lie brings to the appreciation and enjoyment
of the masses' classical music;; and, by -adding
a twinkle of -humor with a dash of dignity. to
popular music and even to jazz he makes the
popular syncopation acceptable to the trained
mnusicians in his audience.
The Sousa fad gains. momnentum; by year
his audiences increase. No. one can take his
place; no one can imitate him. He is con-
tributing to. America truly American. music
and interpreting the best music of all time to
all people. through ,him all may enjoy the
better things in music.
T IC KEtTS- 50 c-$1.00=$1.50-$ 2.00
SEASON ICKETS-$2.00, $9.00, $4.00,' $5.00
admitting to five big concerts including three
programs by the DETROIT SYPHONY Olt-
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Hear 'SOU SA;
And His BAND'
(John. Philip Sousa,
Conductor)
Play His Latst Com-
posiins:
"NOBLES O THlE
MYSTIC SHINE"
"PEACHES AND
CREAM" (New)
"cU. S. FIELD.
ARTILLERY":
"6SABRE AND ,
SPt1ItS"
"COMIRAD ES OF
THE LE4ION'
"B:OY .SCOU7TS"
"BULLETS .AND.
BAYONETS"
"THE 4CALLA T
"THE IN VINCIBLE
EA+GLE"
'"THE THUNDEREW'
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