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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FESTIVAL

GUESTS

Eat at Oren s Cateteria E. William St.

* * * * * * * * * * * * *1
* AT THE THEATERS *
* TODAY *1
* Majestic - Virginia Pearson *
* and Joseph ilgour In "Thou *
* Art the Man." *
* - *
* Arcade-Edwin August in "So- *I
* cial Highwaymen." *
* Orpheum--Willard Mack in *
* "Aloha Oe." *
* *
* * * * * * * * * * * * *
Garrick-Detroit
The play selected by Mr. Glaser
for the second week of his engagement
is "Jerry." It was Billie Burke's big-
gest success, and it will offer Miss Fay
Courteney a great opportunity for the
display of her talents as a comedienne,
as the burden of the comedy falls upon
her.
Jerry, the girl, decides off-hand to
marry her Aunt Joan's lover Montagu,
herself, when the aunt's love wanes
after twenty years' procrastinating,
through no fault of his own. Jerry
is punished after she has taken things
in her own hands. But then it comes
out all right. Montagu and Jerry are
married. The play closes with a scene
in Arizona, the land of canyons and
mountains and romance. There they
are at "Bird's Nest," living happily
ever afterwards.

TO DEMONSTRATE THEIR WORK
Engineerig Students to Show isitors
Operation of Machines
Donning their best suits of over-
alls and their cleanest jumpers, the
students who will demonstrate the
work carried on in the engineering
slops during the engineering exhibit
will on Thursday morning show all
visitors the mysteries of the forge and
will explain the workings of machines.
One group of students will demon-
strate the automatic turret lathe, a
device which can be set to turn out
any desired piece of work and then
can be left with no further attention
except supplying it with new material
and removing the finished product.
Souvenir plumb bobs which will be
turned out by the machine will be
distributed.,
In another exhibition, souvenir
watch fobs will be stamped out of
sheet brass. The pattern making
shop, the forge shop, and the machine
shop will all be in full operation. The
heat treating of steels and the oxy-
acetylene welding processes will also
be demonstrated.
PROF. A. H. WHITE TO LECTURE
Will Talk to :Detroit-Ann Arbor See.
tion of Electrical Society
A lecture on "Electrical Precipita-

Urge Engineers to Attend Meeting
All soph engineers are urged to at-
tenfd the special class meeting today
at 4:00 o'clock in room 348, Engineer-
irg building. The captains of the light-
weight tug-of-war team, the pushball
contest, and the second relay team will
be elected, and general plans for the
coning contests will be discussed.

Prepare Large Budget for University
Work on the preparation of the $1,-
800,000 budget for the University of
Michigan was carried on all day yes-
terday by the budget committee, in
hopes of presenting it complete at
the meeting of the Board of Regents
to be held Friday.

Lieave CopyLeave Copy
duarr's and Students'
Th elaA DVE RTI S IN G

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tion of Smoke and Fumes," by Prof.
At the Majestic A. H. White, of the chemical engineer-
Comedy is all that composes the ing department, will be delivered Fri-
bill at the Majestic theater Thursday day at 6:30 o'clock before the Detroit-
and Friday Charlie Chaplin will an- Ann, Arbor section of the American

LOST
LOST-Chi Psi badge. Leave 620
State. Reward. m16,17,18
LOST-Delta Sigma Delta pin; blue
and red stones. Finder please re-
turn to 527 Thompson St., or call
1415-J. m16-17
LOST-At Soph Prom, gold pencil.
Call 2220. m16-17
LOST-Kappa Beta Psi badge. Re-
turn to 325 S. Fifth. Reward.
m17,18,19
LOST-Pair of tortise shell glasses
Monday; probably on Washington
between State and Main. Finder
return to 1000 E. Washington. Re-
ward. m17
FOUND
FOUND-Sunday morning on street
near campus, racquet. Owner can
have by proving property and paying
for ad. 1118 South University Ave.
m17
FOUND-A gold class pin. Can be had
by calling at 415 E. Jefferson and
identifying property and paying for
this ad. m17

FOR SALE-May Festival course tick-
ets, two adjacent seats in front row
first balcony. Phone 2044. m17
FOR SALE-Two good May Festival
tickets for Thursday night, Friday
and Saturday afternoon. Phone
Holton 344. m17
FOR SALE-Two May Festival tick-
ets, front second balcony for Fri-
day and Saturday night. Call 1072-J
after 4:00 or after 8:00 o'clock p. m.
m17,18
FOR SALE--May Festival ticket.
Single concerts: Main floor. Phone
815-W. m17
WANTED
WANTED-Single ticket for McCor-
mack concert, on main floor or first
balcony. Call 1448-R. m16-17
WANTED-May Festival ticket in first
or second balcony for Thursday or
Friday night, or both. Trost, 852-W.
m17

FOR SALE

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
50c
for the balance of
the year
MAILED
OR
LOCAL
Offices: Press Bldg
Maynard St.

ac tay. %U p 1aJII ila
pear in his burlesque on "Carmen."
Raymond Hitchcock will be seen in
"A Wonderful Wager," while the "Lion
Hearted Chief" is a Mutual laugh-
maker.
That ChEgrlie Chaplin's ability is not
confined to slap-stick comedy is dem-
onstrated in his burleque on "Car-
men," in which he combines real dra-
matic situations with his most comic
efforts, and from the contrast comes
the humor of the piece. Edna Pur-
viance, his leading lady, makes a de-
lightful Carmen.

Institute of Electrical Engineers, in
room 165 of the Chemistry building.
The lecture will be illustrated by
experimental demonstrations a n d
moving pictures. The subject has not
only an important bearing on various
industries, but also deals with the
abatement of the smoke nuisance,
which is of interest to the
public. All who are interested are
welcome.
Advertizers in The Michigan Daily
are the reliable business men of the
city. It is to your interest to trade
with them. **

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Patronize Daily Advertizers.

WANTED-House for
Communicate with
Daily.

club of 25 men.
J. H. N., care
m16-17-18

Old Town Canoe paddles, $1.25 and Walsh Taxi Line, Phone 2255.
$2.00, also seat backs at $ .85, $1.25
and $1.50. Save money on canoe sup Saddle ponies at 50c an hour.
plies at Switzer's, 310 State. ti 830.

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Photographs

Lyndon's

Now For Pictures
With only a few -reeks of school left and a gl-eat many
years following in which to "go back" over those "Good Old
College Days," it is fitting to remind one's self that now is
the time to get together at least a few pictures of friends and
scenes perhaps commonplace now but later to be cherished
in fond memory.,
THERE ARE TWO WAYS
One is to go out and get tiem yourself, and the other is to
go to Lyndon's.
Kodaking is so simple nowadays with all the late jM-
provements that almost anyone can get pictures with an
Eastman Kpdak and a reliable photographer to do the finish-
ing.

About Amateur Finishing
Of course there are any number of places you can have
this done. BUT IF YOU REALLY WANT THE BEST, and
most people do, we remind you of our 11 years of experience
right here among Michigan students (and during all this time
we have led while others followed). We say that we give you
better equipment, greater experience, and we still use ELON
DEVELOPER which is off the market entirely. We could sell
it and "get along" like others do, but you wouldn't get the
results.
KODAIIS FOR RENT AT 10c
We always have a lot of good Eastman Kodaks which we
rent at 10c per day. Try one.

Latest Kodak Models
We carry the complete Eastman line of Kodaks and sup-
plies. We now have all the LATEST MODELS in stock.
You'll find a lot of new ones this year and it will pay you
to come here where the new ones are always in stock.
GRAFLEX CAMERAS-a new one that eclipses all others.
The 3A SPECIAL with RANGE FINDER. Our greatest
trouble is in keeping supplied with this new model.

MICHIGAN "1L" BOOKS $1.00.
ceived.

A new shipment just re-

LY

Photographer

719 NORTH UNIVERSITY
Ann Arbor Headquarters for EASTMAN KODAKS AND SUPPLIES
"AT THE SIGN OF THE KODAK"

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