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May 26, 1920 - Image 5

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Y. W. C. A. to Discuss New

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MAJESTIC

Policies for next year's work will
be discussed at the meeting of all
members of the Y. W. C. A. at 4
o'clock this afternoon in Newberry
hall. This open meeting will be pre-
ceded by a cabinet meeting at 3:30
p'clock.

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118 E. Liberty St.
Ann Arbor. Mich.

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Hula hula dancing, cannibals, and
a primitive love story of the South
Sea Islands feature in "The Idol Dan-
cer," D. W. Griffith's initial First Na-
tional release' starring Clarine Sey-
more and Richard Barthelmess for the
last times today at the Majestic. The
scene of the picture is laid on a trop-
ical island which has been partially:
civilized by a stern.New England mis-
sionary. Among the few white inhab-
itans is an old fisherman who lives
with Mary, a beautiful naive half-
castesgirl whose chief delight is danc-
ing. As the story progresses she be-
friends a young drunken cast-away
and meets the missionary's puritanical
nephew. The triangle is dissolved by
the self-sacrifice of one of its meni-
hers.
ARCADE '
An insatiable desire for admiration
makes Virginia Hastings similar to
the Salome of the Bible in "A Modern
Salome" which will feature Hope
Hampton today and tomorrow at the
Arcade. The daughter of a famous
but improvident artist, she rejects a
young broker to marry a millionaire
whom -she loves, but becomes piqued
when her husband's secretary refuses
to pay homage to her beauty. When
in this state of mind, and surprised
by her husband just after she has re-
fused to pay more blackmail to the re-
jected broker, she takes a step which
involves both her own happiness and
that of the offending secretary.
Among the episodes in the picture
is a reproduction of the scene in the
court of King Herod in which Salome
performed her Dance of Enchantment
and claimed John the Baptist as her
prize.
LOCAL BUSINESS MEN PLAN
TO RELIEVE HOUSE SHORTAGE
The Ann Arbor Building and Loan
association has been formed by prom-
inent business men of this city to re-
lieve the situation resulting from lack
of houses in Ann Arbor. The asso-
ciation plans the erection of at least
15 houses before the end of the year.

Girls Must Complete Physieal Exams
Physical examinations for freshmen
and sophomores must be completed by
Friday, May 28. All girls who have
either missed their appoimtment or
who have not yet. male one should see
Miss Wood at once.

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WUERTH THEATRE
Today and tomorrow, All-Star
Cast ln "The Miracle of Money"
and comedy "Lion Paws and
Lady Fingers." Special added 2-
reel feature, Ralph Ince as "Abe
Lincoln" in "The Land of Op-
portunity."
Watch for William Faversham
in "The Man Who Lost Himself"

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Cleaned, Bleached and Reblocked
into the latest styles, with all new
trimimings just like new.
We use no acids, pastes or other
cheap and injuriogs cleaner. We
do only high-class work.
FACTORY HAT STORE
Phonie 1792. 617 Packard St.

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aki g good on the jot
OU'VE planned to make good, of
course, but have you decided what
kind of job it'll be?.

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should be something big;

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er back thru the ages, and she was danc-
od for the head of John the Baptist.
nodern woman; a hot-house product of
ociety.
ving photodrama in a setting of
flittering social life.
VIEBODY LIED"-Bray Pictograph
JRES CORP. OFFERS $3,000 IN
THE BEST ESSAYS OF 500
1 LESS TO THE FOLLOW-
FIVE QUESTIONS:
kink Hope Hampton will become one

something you can throw yourself into
heart and soul; something with only the
sky as a limit
Thire, is such a field in thls organization
for a limited number of forward looking

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If you can meet our requirements; if
you're a clean-cut man of the "go-getter"
type,, ambitious, energetic, dependable; if
you'll go right on learning after you leave
college-
There's an opportunity here for you-an
opportunity as big as you want to make it
Hart Schaffner & Marx

Mayer-Schairer

Liss Hampton's type of beauty and why?
Miss; Hampton's .gowns did you admire
e lesson taught by "A Modern Salome"?
rize is-$ 1,000; the second $500; the next
t ten $50; next twenty'$25.
io has seen the picture may enter the con-
iay be submitted to the box office of The
they will be sent on to the Metro exchange

Co.

STATIONERS, PRINTERS, BINDERS

Chicago

OFFICE OUTFITTERS,

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PHONE 1404

PHONE1404112, S. MAIN ST.

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