Bendemeer's Stream ..... ...Irish
Gospel Train.....Negro Spiritual
Zummerzetzhere . . . ... English
Juba Dance ..........Nathaniel Dett
Sunrise ............Anton P'rovaznik
C sharp minor Prelude .......Rachm
C sharp minor Prelude. Rachmaninoff
Accompaniments by Russell L. Gee
French Flyer Dies in Fall Jean Casale distinguished him
Darmeraucourt, France, June 26.- the French aviation service
(By A.P.)--The noted French aviator the war bringing down seven
Jeane Casale was killed and his me- planes in combat.
chanic Boulet injured . when their
plane suddenly collap(ed near the Look over the values in ther
village of Bois De Ville near here. fleds.-Adv.
Arcade-Agnes Ayres in "The
Majestic-David Belasco's "The
Girl of the Golden West."
Orpheum- Robert Warwick in
Wuerth-Coleen Moore in "Brok-
LAST TIMES TODAY'
COLLEEN MOORE in "BROKEN CHAINS"
Florence Vidor in "Dusk to Dawn"
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TODAY AND TOMORROW'.
i and Sir Arthur WAillim Curry /at,
T Andrew W. Mellon and Sir Arthur William Curry,
university, Canada, and a former commander in chief
ionary forces in' France, received the honorary de-
at the recent commencement exercises at Princeton.
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Garrick (Detroit) - Bopstelle
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RT FACUTY CONCERT
TO G TONIGHT
The first Concert in the Summer
Faculty Concert Series will be givei
in Hill auditorium at 8 o'clock this
evening. These concerts will be giv-
en each Wednesday evening during
the six weeks of summer school with
the exception of July 4 on which day
there will be none. The program for
this week will be given by Mr. Carl
Lindegren, Head of the Vocal Depart-
merit of the Ypsilanti Normal Con-
servatory, and Mrs. Dorothy Wines-
Reed of this city. They will give the
following program to which the pub-
lic is cord'ally invited:
Pauyr Martyr obscur (Pattie) .....
0 Thou Sublime Sweet Star (Tann-
Gavotte . ............Gluck-Brahms
Liebesfr'eude . ...........Kreisler
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