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September 30, 1919 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-09-30

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Again we are at your service with an enormous stock of
T BOOKS and STUDENTS' SUPPLIES
for all Departments

Books

Fountain Pens

Lab Outfits

Shop Tools

Lab Coats and

ing Instruments and Engineer's Supplies
A Cordial Welcome and the Best of Service at

s University
316 South State Street

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Shows at

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S ITI tichigan Leads Leagues
1 ! 1 Prof. Thomas C. Trueblood, head of
the Oratory department, will super-
'CE IN vise the coaching, of the 'Varsity
N teams. He will be assisted by Mr.
Ray K. Immel and Mr. Louis Eich, of
the oratorical department.
In, the matter of debates won and
ry out- lost, Michigan leads the Central league
ig from by a narrow margin and is well ahead
e three in the Midwest league.
a Del- Tryouts for the Northern Oratorical
Univer- league contest will be held next spring.
By participation in a Varsity debate,
;v mate-or by representing the University in
spring an intercollegiate oratorical contest,
;rn Ora-speakers become eligible for member-
Carl G ship in Delta Sigma Rho, national lion-,
ral G. orary oratorical fraternity.
trlDe-__________
Cetral AT THE ARCADE
North-
ned and Nazimova in "The Brat," her latest
is year. and greatest achievement will be fea-
a 'Var- tured at the Arcade today and tomor-
f North row. This screen play is Nazimova's
to de- own adaptation of Maude Fulton's
ton, '21, drama of the same name, which had a
sopho- phenomenal run of more than two
ives in years in New York and other big cit-
league les. throughout the United States and
ebating Canada. -It is one of those intensely
human and appealing stories in which
there are smiles and tears. It fol-
ebating lows the picturesque career of "the
in No- brat," a nameless waif of the streets
he ora- who, after having been "fired" from
Michi- the chorus, becomes the protege of a
Chicago famous author who takes her to his
January home and studies her as a type for
is the the heroine of his novel.
She is a quaint little body and lov-
hi Mich- able in the extreme. Naturally there
sities of is a romance, that has all the fascina-
its an- tion of charm and simplicity. In "The
.e ques- Brat," Nazimova appears for the first
ed, but time on the screen or the stage as an
with an American girl. And you are assured
as the of the rarest sort of a treat.
late for Nazimova's husband, Charles Bry-
ant, plays the part of the hero in the
ial try- story.
e chos-
campus R. 0. T. C. work is being continued
Alpha with muchCenthusiasm this year at
Repre- the University of Indiana. The mili-
Athena tary band which will take part in pa-
ese ex- rades and other ceremonies will con-
al elim- tain 60 nieces.

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"Nazimova has the most fascinating personality on the screen. The role of the outca
man affords best acting opportunities of her career. 'The Brat' is an eerie, impish, genero
devil-doing sort of creature, as delectable as a morsel of chili con carne that contains an
of paprika."-The Billboard.

Shows at 3:00,
7:00, and 8:30

HAVE YOU HEARD OUR NEW BARTOLA-
a combination of pipe-organ, piano and other orchestral instruments,
'flute, violin, trombone, clarinet, xylophone, cathedral chimes, drums,
Mr. Cowham of Chicago, who is operating the Bartola this wee]
of the very best musicians along his line who may be had.

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