they reverted to their pre-war status
The last promotion is a permanent
one and comes as a result of the new
army program, by which a big na-
tional guard is to be created along
with a larger standing army.
Both officers are at Fortress Monroe
this summer training R. 0. T. C. units.
CHRLUNION TO HAVE
CONCERlT ON WEDNESDAY
Gladys Owen, Dorothy M. Scholl, Irene
Simmons, M. Mildred Swanson, Minnie
Williamson, Annie Young.
Tenors-Albert S. Benham, Robert S.
Evans, S. B. Hadley, W. E. Legg, Cle-
ment L. Martineau, Harry G. Mershon,
Otto Stahl, Ralph T. Swezey.
Basses-P. J. Beatty, Charles A: Horiuchi, B. E. Laidlaw, Mc
Dutt, H. S. Geizy, Arthur T. Hall, K. hara, Jesse F. Warner, Mar'
ir and Wilfred
have been prc-
major, it has
g to the gen-
You will do well to get
BROMLEY, EX '20, MARRIES
A NORTHWESTERN GRADUATE
Donald C. Bromley, ex.-'20, was mar-
ried yesterday in Detroit to Miss Dor-
othy Dunbar of that city. The cere-
mony took place in St. Paul's Cathe-
Bromley is a member of Pi Delta
Epsilon fraternity. Mrs. Bromley is a
graduate of Northwestern university.
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Wednesday evening the Summer
Choral Union under the direction of
Prof. Earl V. Moore, will make its ini-
tial appearance in Hill auditorium on
the occasion of the complimentary re-
cital given under the auspices of the
University School of Music. Owing to
the fact that Percy MacKaye is to lec-
ture in Ann Arbor earlier in the even-
ing of the same day, the concert will
be given at 8:15 o'clock instead of the
The chorus will offer selections from
Sullivan's "The Golden Legend," and
Bruch's "Fair Ellen." Solo numbers
will be offered by.Grace Johnson-Kon-
old, soprano; Nora C. Hunt, contralto,
and Robert R. Dieterle, baritone.
The program in full is as follows:
Excerpts from "The .Golden Leg-
(The poem by Henry W. Longfellow)
(a) Chorus: "God Sent His Mes-
sengers the Rain"
(b) Solo: "My Redeemer and My
' Mrs. grace Johnson-Konold
(c) Chorus: "Evening Hymn"
"Vision Fugitive," from "Herodiade"'
Robert R. Dieterle
Ave Maria.. i.. ...........Luzzi
Nora Crane Hunt ,
Dramatic Ballade, "Fair Fillen," Op.
For Solo and Chorus
Piano Accompaniments by
Organ Accompaniments by
Harry Russell Evans
Members of Chorus
Sopranos-Bernice Bush, Mr. S. A.
Bush, Harriet A. Cheney, Dorothy Co-
zad, Mrs. Helen Dyason, Hazel M.
Eddy, Zylphia Hall, Sophronia M.
Hamlin, Esther D. Hollands, Mary N.
Holland, Mrs. C. T. Johnston, Tunie
Holt, Mrs. Wave A. Hunter, Ruth L.
Juleff, Henrietta L. Kuieck, Lucille
Lewis, Mrs. Malherbe, Vera G. Parker,
Frances Todd, Helen W. West.
Contraltos-Mary Ellen Blaich, Mrs.
Ruth. B. Buchanan, Norma Fuller, Mrs.
0. H. Gillett, Mrs. Jennie McNeal,
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A MAURICE TOURNEUR PRODUCTION
This picture has been re-issued and stands out as one of
the best pictures Miss Young ever made.
TOMORROW AND THURSDAY
The Island of Regeneration
Featuring Antonio Moreno and
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lBe Like This Man?
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