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MAJESTIC

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Appearing as a stuttering motor
truck salesman, Charles Ray will be
featured today at the Majestic in an-
other of his country boy characteriza-
tions, "Alarm Clock Andy," his latest
release. ,.lthough of sterling char-
acter, Andy meets with little success
in his work in spite of his careful
study and imitation of the methods of
the firm's star salesman..
Resolved to become a high-salaried
salesman at any cost,. he finally em-
barks on a bit of deception which pre-
sents unique and interesting dev'elop-
ments.

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ST. CLAIR ALUMNI
ORGANIZE SOCIETY
St. Clair alumni of the university
formed a U. of M. club at their second
spring dinner held here recently. -A
constitution and by-laws were adopt-
ed, following in the main, the general
ideas carried out by other similar
clubs. "Pep" talks featured the din-
ner, praise being given 'the club for
its aims and. each of the men being
urged to work for his alma mater.
The following men were elected to
the executive committee after the for-
ination of the club: Ferris D. Stone,
'09L, W. L. Jenks, '78, Daniel W.
Hayes, '13L, A. B. Parfet, '16, Frank
Bacon, '02, E. J..Ottaway, '94, Dr. Loy'
Weston, '14D, B. A. Swaney, '18, Wil-
liam J. Wllsop, '17, and Stanley, Fead.
WISCONSIN STUDENTS ATTEMPT
ABOLITION OF FRATERNITIES
Charging that fraternities and sor-
orities are a menace to the University
of Wisconsin and that they should be
abolished, a group of non-fraternity
men and women at the university have
taken preliminary steps to bring the
question of continued existence of the
Greek letter social organizations be-
fore the next session of the state leg-
islature.
If its artistic wall-paper you want,
at right prices call at C. H. Major &
Co.'s, 203 E. Washington St. Phone

Professors at Ohio State university
will receive from $4,000 to $6,000 a
year when their increase in salaries
becomes effective in the fall. The av-
erage for the 127 professors will be
$4,139. Assistant professors will re-
ceive from $1,800 to $3,000, averaging
$2,601. Instructors will get from $900
to $2,750, averaging $1,788. Chicago
and Michigan will then be the only
other state universities paying higher
salaries than Ohio State.
. Star Polo. Shirts with collars that
fit. $3.00 upwards. Wild & Co., 311 S.
State St.-Adv.

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ford is a member of te Delt
Phi fraternity.
We have an attractive aut
sory which you can sell au
good money during vacatoin
for particulars. THE JIFFY
PANY, INC., 742 Market Str
Francisco.-Adv.

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Tices' Drug Store,
Read the Daily

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WUERTH THEATRE

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"The .Heart of a Child," a picture
coveringvarious phases of English
life will be shown for the last time
today at the Arcade featuring Nazi-
mova. Local -color has been liberally
interspersed throughout the realistic
scenes which range from the London
slums to fashionable British society.
Other screen players in the cast are
Charles. Bryant, who plays opposite
Nazimova in the role of Lord Kidder-
minster, a wealthy, English nobleman,
and Ray Thompson, Nell Newman, and
Victor Potel. The scenario was adapt-
ed from the novel of the same name
by Frank Danby.

Sun., Mon., Tues.2-Wmn. Paver-
sham in. "The 'Man Who Lost
Himself."

Sun., Mon., Tues. -1P
Frederick in "Woman in
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WHY NOT CALL

Toilet Waters

Perfumes'

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The Eberbach & Son Co.
200-204 E. LIBERTY ST.

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LAST TIMES TODAY

phone call will bring the
your address.

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120 N. 4th Ave.

Telephone

(East side of Court House)
Calls answered evenings 'tilt9 o'c

ANDY",

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He had no more "punch'' than the old office cat.
But he was such a harmless, good-natured soul that-
well, the boss let him stay along, until -
"Good lord! - Andy?-Well, I'll be-What?
Hurt, you say?-Oh, the other fellow!I-What d'ya
know about that!-Why, it's thousands!--Dorothy
too?-Gee, that's great! G-r-e-a-t!
Now Andy's just about running the place.
ousing Tale of a Stuttering Salesma n

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HELP WANTED,

FOR RENT

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MECHANICAL DRAFTSMAN wanted. FOR RENT-Rooms for the

Must have general knowledge of me-
chanical building equipment such as
heating,' plumbing, 'ventilating,
sprinkler, elevator, and, sewer
work. Permanent position. Apply'
Dort Motor Car'- Company, Flint,
Michigan, Construction Engineer.-
ARCHITECTURAL D R A F T S M A N
wanted. Must have general knowl-
edge of building construction] in-
cluding reinforced concrete, struc-
tural iron, mill construction, etc.
Apply Dort Motor Car Company,
Flint, Michigan, Construction 'Engi-
neer.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE--Spencer Microscope; per-
fect condition. Complete without
oil emersion, $ . Call 1808-M.

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Session, can comfortably a
date eight students. Moder
good locality. 924 E. Ann
FOR RENT-Two choice suite
structors, near campus.. T
736.
WANTED
WANTED -.A competent de
chanic desires employmen
summer. Address Box S. D
Daily.
WANTED-Canoe in fitst-cla
tion. Box C. F., Daily.
JISCELLANUOUS
POSITIONS OPEN for1 or b
Part or whole time. Possibl
home town. Congenial work
sociatoin, $40.00 to $100.00 p
Call at room 412 First Na
Bldg., Ann Arbor, Mich.

CHRISTIE COMEDY,

"SHOULD A HUSBAND TELL"

ADULTS 35c,

CHILDREN 1oc

IN

'SCHOOL DAYS"
AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS

TOMORROW AND THURSDAY
UrADCE KENNEDY in "DOLLARS AND SENSE"
BY OCTAVUS ROY COHEN A BAKE-StOP ROMANCE WITH A
WEDDING CAKE FLAVOR

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LOST

LOST - Gabardine trench coat about
10 days ago. Call Eaton 2059.

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