V*DNEI!1AYFOCTOBER 43, 1926
TH-E MICHIGAN DAILY
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iEI er R1eser-ve 6r Varsity Bands X1i11.
ESI3RVE NAVY TICKETS,
Musical entertainment before thej
game and between halves will. be an
indvation at all of the grid-graphs
th fall. Arrangements are being
mn cc to have, entertainers at each.
Ithe event that the Varsity band
;doqs not make the trip for the second
Mi nesota game it will app ear at Hill
auditorium and play there. The re-
eve band will occupy the stage at
one of the other out-of-town games.
'Th other performances. will' be fea-
to .d by xylophone and piano novel-
tie. This. year' will be the first time
thL entertainment has been attempt-
ed land the matter of its continuance
wi~ depend on its- reception.
Pue to the demand for tickets" re-
sse* ed seats for, the downstairs will ,
be sold for the Navy game. The seats
wit) be placed on sale the week pre-
ceding the game.
Jlohn 1M. Bennett, '27L, and CharlesII
Livingstone, '28L, who have managed
thegri-grph.for the past three years
'w~lcontnueto be in charge.
OPERA ANNOUNCES PSTRIOTS
Contes~tants interested in submit-
tine designs for' the porter con-
test for' "Front P'age Stuff," the
1927 Opera,, met yesterday with the
aut~ior of the Opera and E. Mortimer
Shuter, general director,. to discuss
details of the Opera book.
Among other rules for the execu-
tinof posters it was announced, that
all posters must be in Mr. Shuter's
hands by midnight of Tuesday, Oct:
19. Color variety in the submitted
designs is limited to four colors, and !
size and wording are to, follow closely
the general affect adopted in last
year's winning' poster.
All other students wishing to enter
the contest must confer with Mr.
Shuter ksometime today to present
their design on time.
E RLL NTICESSIN SCHOOL OF RELIGION..
Enrollment in the School of Re-
ligion has reached 95, according to
figures made known, by officials yes-
terday. This is an increase of '61
over the first semester of last year.
The Place of Service
Rider's Pon Shop
Agency for the
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Fraternities an Sororities
We Specialize InI
Four Performances DivEgaJm1Liniedc
Does Not. Begin to
- HOUSE PAPERS
Anything in the Line of PRIIINTN.
THE CRAFT TPSO
jPENLIAGEN.-Denmark was stir-
Iby rumors of an intended coup(-
t t in Schleswig where there hasI
an active home rule movement
ong the discontented farmers.
AND STILL ]MORE PR-AISE
FROM THE TIliS - NEWS'
CIlTIC - WE G L ADLY1
QUOTE IT HERE1 FOR
THOSE IWIO OVERLOOtKEDI
THE J~REVL.EXw VMNI)AY.
Lillian Gish in, one of the most
wistful, appealing and drama tic
roles oif her career and John Gil-
bert, more handsome and irresist-
ible than ever before as the poet
lover-is there any surer guaran-
tee of the best in cinema entertain-
nment? But when, in addition, they
have the beautiful, tragic love story
of "La Boheime," the pictorial ver-
sion of M\urger's life in the Paris
Latin quarter, in which to display
their talents, and the commanding
genius of King Vidor, director of
"The Big Parade," and. other no-
table pictures, to guide them and
other members of a splendid cast.
wvha~t is there left to desire in a
There is a picturesque, romantic
('harmn about "Lo Boheme" with the
story taking place during the time
of Victor Hugo in the famed Latin
quarter. It is tho last great love
story of literature to be filmed, and
Icing Vidor has madei it an impres-
sionable one. There is a tragic end-
ing that is beautiful enough to stir
(,he most unemotional, and Miss
Gish rises to the situation admir-
John Gilbert has soared to un-
believable heights in the compar-
atively short time he has been be-
fore the camera. He gives his part
of Rlodolphe, struggling writer in
the building where Mimi lives, ai
naivete that is refreshing and
evinces a sympathy for the vary-
ing emotions of his role, which
make his interpretation an out-
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