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November 16, 1919 - Image 7

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-11-16

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The Newark club met last night in
room 306 of the Michigan Union.
Nunnally's, "The Candy of the
South." Tice's, 117 So. Main St.-Adv.

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Includes Bread, Butter, Vege-
tables, Tea, Coffee or Milk.
Soup
Cream of Chicken a la Rien
Stuffed \Baked Spring Chicken,
Cranberry Sauce, 60c.
Potted Tenderloin of Beef, 35c
Roast Loin of Pork, Dressing,
40c
Roast Lamb with Jelly, 40c
Roast Sirloin of Beef, 35c
Combination Salad
Mashed Potatoes
Deep Cocoanut Cream Pie
Joseph Kaupp
607 E. WILLIAM ST.

PLANS FORMULATEO FOR.
BIG COMMERCE BANQUET
PROGRAM TO BE ANNOUNCED AT
EARLY DATE NEXT
r WEEK
Finals plans are being completed
for the chamber of commerce banquet
which will be held Tuesday, Nov. 25.
The banquet was postponed some
time ago on account of the laying of
the tile work in the corridors at the
Union where the banquet will be giv-
en, but that work has now been com-
pleted so the plans for the banquet are
rapidly nearing completion.
"The program will be given out
early next week," said Mr. Charles A.
Sink, chairman of the entertainment
committee and secretary of the School
of Music. The speakers are being no-
tified and the list will be complete
within a few days.
"The programyincludes prominent
men from both the city and University
and will be well balanced." .
The function will be the first to be
given this year by'the chamber of
commerce, and the men in charge
have high hopes for its success. They
are expecting to have 800 representa-
tive business and University men at-
tending.
"The object of the banquet," said
Mr. Sink, "is not only to open the
work for the ensuing year but our
big object is to make clearer the
bonds that already hold the Univer-
sity and the people of the city to-
gether. We want to wipe out forever
the old feeling of town versus gown
and because of the success of the
banquet last spring we have high ex-
pectations for this one."

movies have been well received by
the public.
The freckled faced boy in "The Un-
pardonable Sin" andp "Daddy Long
Legs,' will also be seen in this pic-
ture.
Nazimova's "The Brat," will be
sho*n on a return engagement Tues-
day at the Arcade.
Read the Michigan Daily for Campus
tiews.-Adv.

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- FINDS REACH VANCOUVER
Vancouver, B. C., Nov. 15.-Stories of
marvelous' gold finds have come from
the newly discovered gold fields in the
Copper lake region, 65 miles north of
Le Pas, Manitoba, and also at Contact
bay, about 200 miles east of Winnepeg.
One man recently came into Le Pas,
it is said, with a canoe load of sacks
filled with gold. He wanted the gold
made into bricks.
Stampeders are rushing to the new

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no matter how fine. It
new assortment of fai
for winter. Davis To,
,119 So. Main.-Adv.
Michigan Daily adv.

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Week Starting Sunday,
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DETROIT-ON-THE-1AMPUS
Josephine Whittell, last seen in De-
troit in "The OnlyG irl," heads the
cast in "Betty, Be Good," at the De-
troit-on-the-Campus this week; The
other members of the; Broadway play-
ers are Eddie Garvie, who recently ap-
peared in "Listen, Lester," Josie In-
tropidi, Frank Crumit, Laura Hamil-
ton, Irving Eeeoe, Georgia Manatt, and
Lucile Manoon.
The music and lyrics are the result
of the combined efforts of Harry B.
Smith and Hugo Riesenfeld, a new
composer.'
SHU'BERT-GARRICK
Detroit
"Roads to Destiny," adapted from
0. Henry's story of the same name by
Channing Pollock, will feature Plor-
enceReed at the Shubert-Garrick this
week.
Versatility is demanded of Miss Reed
in this play. In each scene she ap-
pears as a different character. First
we see her as Rose LaClaire, a manip-
ulator of a roulette wheel in an Alask-
an gambling house; next as Rosette
Clare, a fasionable siren; and. finally
as Rose Carter, a demented victim of
an unscrupulous scoundrel.
Assisting Miss Reed are :Malcom
Williams, Calvin Thomas, Emily Call-
oway, Josephine West, Harry Leigh-
ton, Edwin Walter, and Harry Jack-
sn.

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POLLOCK, suggested by O. Henry's
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at the. Republic Theater, New York.,

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to see no man, to hear
kiss no man. And they
word! Until one night
But it wouldn't be fair
have to see Marguerite
rollicking picturizatio
Fitch's famous play.

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play of the decade.

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Week Starting
Monday, Nov. 17,
Ngts. 50e to $2.0'

& MORRISON PRODUCTION
'Y, BE GOOD"

Marguerite Clark, the dainty com-
edienne, will appear in her latest re-
-- lease "Girls," at the Majestic for three
{tt. days beginning today.
"Girls" is the story of the failure of
a man-hating club promoted by Pam-
c ela Gordon. Pamela, who is played by
= Miss Clark, forms the organization
with three of her friends because she
has been forsaken by a lover earlier
in life. Although the other two chart-
er members weaken and form secret
Sentangling 'alliances with cupid, she
holds out until a persistent lawyer
exhausts her resistance and she be-
comes his willing captive,
"Back Stage," an Arbuckle comedy,
will be shown in addition to "Girls."
As a poor stage carpenter in a village
theater, Arbuckle becomes a hero and
- an ingenius. actor when a visiting
vaudeville troupe strikes out of sym-
pathy for its leadjer's grievances. Oth-
er brave acts on the part of the village
= boy reslt in his winning the love of
pretty Mollie Malone.
B h THE ARCADE
' Blanche 'Sweet, recently in "The Un-

The terrible tale of a stage car-
penter who saw so much
that he sawed but little.
And during those rest periods-
Ooh-la-la!
Then one dark night,when the
villain was acting worse than
usual-there was a quarrel-over
a girl.
The actors struck, and-sh-h-h!
"Fatty" put on a show of his
own!! Better Come!
For Good Measure!!

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With the Most Melodious, Mesmerizing Music,
by Hugo Riesenfeld
A Brilliant Broadway Cast
ng. Josephine Whittell, Frank Crumit, Eddie Game,
Irving Beebe, Laura Hamilton, Josie Intropidi,
Grant & Wing, Georgia Mana
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pardonable Sin," is featured in "A
Woman of Pleasure," written by James
Willard today and tomorrow at the
Arcade. This is the first of a new
series of pictures Miss Sweet will ap-
pear in. She bids fair to easily regain
the popularity which was hers in the
Biog'raph days, as the pictures she

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