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THE MICHIGAN DAILYL YRIDAY. APRIL 4

HITNat. April 12

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PESZNTS
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SUITDE iLUYX *
C4. BELL & MARK SWAN

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Prices 50c to $2.00

VC-RY ROOM iHAS A PU P
SEAT SALE THURS. A.M.

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Campus In Brief
Plans for the construction of the
Betsy Barbour dormitory which was
to have been started this spring have
beer, abandoned for the, present.
Designs for an entire industrial
village, made by the students of the
architectural college, are to be shown
at the Housing exhibition at Kalan-
azoo, April 10.
This collection of designs is loaned
at the invitation of City Manager
Freeman, of Kalamazoo, following
their success when displayed in Ni-
agara Falls last year under the au-
spices of the Nigara Falls chamber of
commerce.
Officers for the Wesleyan Guild of
the First Methodist church have been
nominated by the committee in charge
and the elections will be held at a
special business meeting, Friday,
April 18, in the church parlors. The
nominations are as follows: Earl W.
Dunn, '20; Robert W. Kneebone, '21,
for president; Helen E. Mummery, '2ts;
lovisa A. Youngs, '21, for vice-presi-
dent; Annabele A. Adriance, 20;
Esther Hood, Sch. of M., for secretary;
Emory T. Toogood, '20E; George A.
Stimson, '20, for treasurer.
The spring class of nurses entered
their probation in the training school
of the Homoeopathic hospital this
week. The class is under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Genevieve Bead.
For students who will remain in
Ann Arbor during the spring vacation
the University Y. M. C. A. is planning
entertainment, to take the form of
parties and the regular bi-weekly pic-
ture shows.
Pictures for the week end and next
week will be as follows: Saturday,
April 5, "Sally in Our Alley;" Tuesday,
April 8, Edith Roberts in "Beans;"
Saturday, April 12, Dorothy Gish in
"The Hun Within."
All parties scheduled will be an-
nounced on the bulletin board in
front of the "Y."
Statistics prepared by the employ-
ment secretary of the University Y.
M. C. A. indicate that 199 nien were
given work during the past month.
Of these, 42 were furnished board
jobs. Applications numbered 151.

Jiarion D avies in
The Belle of New York

ARCADE

Saturday
Geraldine Farrar ine

Last.

"ISh adowis"

Times Today

(Ie >in

A drama of Eastern days and Alaskan nights

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IN SAR6 TO SHOW
PUPPETCOMPANY HERE
LEGIATE ALUMNAE BRINGS
MARIONETTE TREATER ON
APRIL 17
ony Sarg, the famous French orig-
or of the Marionette theater, will,
ear in Ann Arbor on April 17 in
Natural Science auditorium with.
elaborate company of puppets.

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Collegiate Alumnae is bringing this
artist here and w'ill manage his per-
formances, of which there will be
two, a matinee and evening presenta-
tion.
Tony Sarg's Marionettes are the
most elaborate ever shown in this
country. The puppets are two feet
high and are manipulated by from 12
to 25 strings each; at times it is nec-
essary for two persons to operate one
puppet.
The puppets and scenic effects have
all been designed by Mr. Sarg him-
self and executed in his studio. The
Marionettes appear on an inner stage
rices.'
lfor
rded.
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of their own for which all the minia-
ture furniture and stage properties
have been specially constructed, thus
completing the illusion that the lit-
tle figures are endowed with life.
Tony Sarg has caused great interest
and comment, internationally, with his
clever and ingenious figures and
plays.
ENSIGN SIMPSON, EX=18,
HURT IN PLANE ACCIDENT
Ensign Jess Ray Simpson, ex-'18,
was seriously injured Tuesday when
the seaplane which he was piloting
collided in mid air with another plane
at an altitude of 200 feet over Santa
Rosa Island near Pensacola, Fla. The
two men in the other plane and Simp-
son's companion were instantly kill-
ed, but Simpson survived the collision
with no bones broken.
Acting as instructor, Simpson was
daily expecting his discharge. Al-
though he crashed to the ground amid
the wreckage of the two planes, Simp-
son suffered only slight injuries, and
according to latest reports is stead-
ily improving. -
NEW ENGLAND CLUB FORMED
AT MEETING IN LANE HALL
Work will begin at once on the
drafting of a constitution for the New
England club. At the meeting Wed-
nesday evening in Lane hall, a com-
mittee of three men was appointed
to take charge of the work.
Following the lead of some of the
sectional clubs already organized, the
New England club will have for its
purpose the advertising of Michigan
in its local high schools.
At the next meeting, to be held aft-
er spring vacation, officers will be
elected, and the tentative constitution
submitted to the club for ias approval.
TAXI FOR THE, HOP
You can still make reservations'
with us for J-Hop service. Ann Arbor
Taxi Co. Phone 1300.--Adv.

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By
Rex Beach'

All those who are averse to thrills apd excite-
ment should not see the picture. It is chuck full
of such moments.

Sunday and Monda
Kay Laurell (a Ziegfeld Beauty)
and,Russell Simpson in

Tuesday, Apr.,8

Brand"

Disca
Cloti

Dr. H. W. Grove, of the Homoeo-
pathic hospital, left Tuesday for De-
troit where he has accepted a position
as physician with the Chalmers 0 Motor
Car company. His position in the
Homoeopathic hospital has, as yet, not
been filled.
Dr. Frederick H. Tinsman is in Chi-
cago"'taking a month of intensive
training before goilig to Rochester, N.
Y., to take up work in the Rochester
dental dispensary. He will be here
for the week end before going to
Rachester.
Announce Senior's Marriage
Announcement has been made of the
marriage of Leila Wheeler, '19, to
Capt. Herbert Louis McCaleb, March
20, at Long Point, Illinois. Captain
McCaleb is a graduate of Chicago Uni-
versity. Captain and Mrs, McCaleb
will be at home after April. 15 in Ha-
vana, Cuba.
Adyrtise in The Daily: .Ady.

Constance
Talmadge
-in--

Mrs., Leffingwell's
(RETURN)
You will like the
picture--and also the
"boots."

LEWIS J. SELZNICK~
. P P C SE ?1T S
t CONSTANCE TALMADL

Now that

you have purchased

your new spring clothes, call me up
and let me quote prices on the cloth-
ing tht you have laid aside. I pay
the highest cash price, as I clean and
repair all garments before they are
sold, so I can make a good allowance

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Wedn6sday, Ap r.9
HALE HAMILTON
Supported by Louise Lovely in
Jollily Olt'he S ot'
O/e believed in taking life easy-until it 'm e 1 t 9
the girl; then he was "Johnny-on-the-spot"
Thursday, Friday, April 10, 11

Golf Suits

Riding Breeches

D. E. GRENNAN

Custom Tailor

Original Designs

even it the garments

are soiled or

worn. I especially want

Now Open for Business

MITCHELL LEWIS
IN
The Children

Ladies' One Piece Dresses

Party Dresses

14 Nickels Arcade

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Men's Suits

Men's Pants

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of Danishment
If you saw him in "The Barrier"
""The Sign Invisible" or some
of his othersuccesses ,you will
know what he can do.

Men's Shoes

Let us furnish your

Claude Brown

I-Hop and Opera Flowers
The Classiest Corsages in the City

Watch for these Big

SECOND-BAND STORE

Sp ecials

120 N. FOURTH AVE.

PHONE 2601

Everything for the House
Decorations

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Sunday, Monday,Apr. 13,
in "Man and His Money."

14-'ron Moore

Leave Copy
at ,
Quarry's, and
The Delta

LASSIFIE
ADVERTISI NG

Leave Copy
at
Quarry's and
The Della

Order Early

Thursday, Friday, Apr.
Talmadge in "The Probation'

17, 18.-Norma
Wile."

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pen, Waterman LOST-Tortoise shell glasses. Please
e at Daily office.h
p .hone 1753-W.

213 E.Libcrty

FLANDERS
OR
LOWERS

a Phone 294

Sunday, Monday, Apr. 20, 21--Constance
Talmadge in "A Lady's Name."
Tuesday, Wednesday, Apr. 22, 23--Alice
Joyce in "The Lion and the Mouse."

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