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dash--Semi-finals, first
pson, Ohio, State, 1;1
Michigan, 2; Blaas, Min-
Tinme, :06.3. SecondI
.n, Michigan, 1; Ford,''
ern 2; East, Chicago,3.
0impson, Ohio State, 1;
higan, 2;. Ford, North-
East, Chicago, 4. Time,
Conference indoor rec-,
dash-Finals, [enke,
1; Ham~pton, Illinois, 2;
lana, 3; Russell, ichgii.-
--Pu d4e,

WAYNE AND LAFAYETTE, DETROIT
ONE WEELK ONLY BEGINNING
,. SUNDAY, MARCH .9
Second Offering in the Glorified
VICTOR HERBERT FESTIVAL
The Beautiful, Vivacious and
Golden Voiced
ILSEMARVNG
IN

FOUR DAYS

MAY

14, 15, 16, 17,3O

2; Haovr,
-Behr, Wis-

NAUGHTY, MARIETTA

SIX

CONCERTS

stance, 46 feet, 1 3-4 inches.
jump-=Shawv; Wisconsn, 1;
iller, Illinois, ti.ed for 3 and
.gt, 6 feet 1:inch.
mile run--Martin, Purdue,'
,s, Chicago, 2; Wolf, North-,
New Conference record. 1
vault-Warne, Northwest-
Canby, Iowa, 2; McDermiont,
Morrison, .llnois, Pottle,
an, Klarr, Northwestern,
rthird and .fourth. Height,
3 and 1 2inches.
relay seconid race.~-won by
sin 3:27.7, .Illiois second,
Ohio ,third, 3:30.1.
relay-based on time-won b~y
i. (Banks, Smock, Koenig,
er) 3:27.0, Michigan, second,
1Seymour, Mvusser, Russell,
Seymour) 3:27.1; /Wisconsin,
:27.7, Illinois, fourth,' 3:27.9.
mile run-Lease, Indiana 1;
Wisconsin, 2; Makeever,
3; Kelley, Chicago, 4. Time,
rd high hurdles--Finals-
n, Illinois, 1; Baing, Iowa,
field, Indiana, 3; ,Rodgers,
4. Time, :08.5. (New
record).
vRITJERS
'PLIES
wiakes of
writers.
turnover, fresh stck insures
tality ata modefl to price.
pD. =MORRILL

.ALFREDI
EveningQJS
500 to $2.50

'WITH
YOUNG

AND ORIGINAL
NEW )'OtZK COMP~ANY

HILL AUDI'TORUM* ANN ARBOR

Pop. Mat Wed..
50c to $1..50

Sat. Mat.
50C to $2.00

CONDUCTORS,

EARL V. MOORE
iEERIC DELAMARTER
JVA HIGBEE

Musiceal Director
Orchestra Cond.
Assistant Cond&.
£bIldre'S Cond.

1:3Q Qo11:.

mm

Y'.i A PVWT

-:..NOW PLAYING
Contiiiuous Performance TodIay
30: P. M. Shows start 1:30, 4:00O, 6:40, 9:00

FIFTfEN, WORLD REM

OWNED SOLOISTS

CLAIRE DUX
European Opera Companies

""'RRANO

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Z AWN 1I L~if-
PASSION PLAY
of. 250 College Travel T'ous
rly 4,000 members in 1929
Motor~ Travel. Get the Book
from
E. G. KUEBLER
601 East Huron Street
Arbor, ich. Phone 6412
hitI~t #*pot
SPECIAL 5:30-7:~0
SUND{AY
Hot Chicken Pie
Mashed Potatoes and
Fruit Salad
35c

CECIL ICE MILLE'VS greatest produc.
~tion--All-Walking! If you like gaiety,
youth, sng, darin~g, drama, you'll love
this picture!

with
CONRAD NA-GEL
KAY JOHNSON
CHARLES BICKFORD
JULIA FAY
Abd AU-Star Cast
Story by
JEANIEMacPHBRSON

IJUSOLINA GIANN INJ
European Opera Companies
NANETTE GUILFORD
Metropolitan Opera Company
ETHYL HAYDEN
Distinguished American Artist
ME1LE ALCOCK
Metropolitan Opera Company
KATHRYN MEISLE
Chicago Opera Company
:PAUL ALTHOUSE
Metropolitan Opera Company
DAN GRIDLEY;
Eminent American Sin~ger
RICHARD BONELLI,
Chicago Opera Company
CHASE BAROME4)
Chicago Opera Company
PAULLENS SAC.
New -York Civic Repertory TheaitrE
RUWGIERO RICCI
Nine Year Old Wunderkind
PE RCY GRAINGER
Renowned virtuoso

SOPRANO

SOPRANO

,CONTRALTO
CONTRALTO

TENOR

SO(PRANO

SENOR

Tv

PLEASE NOTE

Owng to great length of production short subjects will be limited. to .per-
rnit Metronoitan presentation. Showinig Paramount News, The Eyes of
the World.

COIG- D iiF COSTELLf6IN "HEARTS IN EXILE"

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READ THE DAILY CLASSIFIEDS!

NARRATOR

VIOLINIST

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PIANIST

Tto save the life of his best
friends was to ruin his chances
'with the girl he sloved!
Every one of' life's emotions is
grip~ped ini the unfolding of
this startling dramua!
Yo'enever seen or heard
anything more daringly thrill-

GUY MAIER
One of the inseparable two
LE P""AT TISON
The other of the two

P'IANIST

PIANIST

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ORGANIZATIONS

Intensified
and
:vivified
on the
Magna
Screen

insg in all your life!
: _w ith

THE UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION
CHfICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA,
CHILDREN'S FESTIVAL CHORUS

3,00 V4alees
70 Players

,ST

CHORAL WORKS

KING, DAVID
MAGNIFICAT
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