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November 25, 1919 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-11-25

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Lunches
Nunnally's
Cindy
Maynard St.

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:kegs Aroedel

Beauty is not a business asset in
"Virtuous Vamp," the highly success-'
ful comedy featuring popular Con-
stance Talmadge again today at the
Majestic.
While working as a stenographer in
an insurance office she smiles ."only
in a business way," but neglects to
explain this until everyone in the
office has become so infatuated with
her that she is in constant danger of
losing her job because of her innocent
wiles.
After every other man in the office
has unconditionally surrendered and
lost all interest in his work, her em-
'ployer decides to show them a good
example, and makes her his private
stenographer. For a while his de-
partment might well be imitated by his
underlings, but in the end she en-
slaves him too, and permanently loses
her stenographic position to become
his wife.

professors of the engineering and for-
estry colleges are invited.
Included in the p'rogram are speech-
es to be given by Prof. Henry E.
Riggs and Prof. Clarence T. Johnston.
All men are asked to bring any
musical instrument that they possess.
Tickets for the re-union can be ob-
tained from Earl Weeber, '20E, George
Francis, '20E, and K. Livermoore,
'20E.
Pay your suoscription to the Daily.

I All absences on Wednesday and Fri-
day of this week will count as triple
bolts, Registrar Arthur G. Hall an-
nounces.
Absences on either of these two
days can be excused only by consulta-
tion with the dean.
Read the Michigan Daily for Campus
news.-Adv.

Any thing in the wall-
line. C. H. Major &
Washington St.-Adv.

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THE ARCADE

Suits Pressed while

you wait.

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For

For two years the public, with the
exception of the American Expedition-
ary forces, has not had a chance to
see Elsie Janis, the star in "A Regu-
lar Girl," which will be presented to-
day at the Arcade. She hasonly re-
cently resumed her work after two
years of service in American camps.
In "A Regular Girl," Miss Janis has
a role that gives her wide scope for
her ability. The scenario was writ-
ten by Frances Marion and Edmund
Goulding. Miss Janis personally se-
lected the cast, which includes Matt
Moore, Robert Ayerton, and others.

II Thanksgiving

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If we were a director we
should give up all idea of
°ever trying to be original, and
° spend the rest of our time
trying to make something as
nearly as possible like this
tl wonderful, fragile thing that
Mr. Griffith has produced in
* "Broken Blosoms."
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Everything
serving tables.
Select just
appetite.

displayed on our forty-foot steam
what appeals to your own indivi

Follow The Cro
Pure foods at low prices, prepared by exp

Nickels Arcade

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'Bakery goods fresh from our own ovens.
Delicious coffee with rich Jersey cream.
Kindness, courtesy, and good service pre
C. J. FING

THE
ARC I
CAFETA

Place your order
now for a

CAMP
TO

DAVIS MEN
MEET TONIGHT

SUIT

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For less money than
ready-to-wear

Men who have atended Camp Davis
will re-unite at general sing and
feed at 7:30 o'clock tonight at the
Michigan Union.
This pow-wow will take place in the
mature of a real Camp Davis sing. To
insure the success of the meeting the
Camp Davis quartette will be present,
and it will have the assistance of the
camp orchestra.
All former Camp Davis men and all

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Toggery

LAST TIMES
ELSIE J
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1107

Shop
South University Ave.

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Announcement
The Management of the
WHITNEY THEATRE
Announces the Appearance
of
Walter
Hampden
The Createst Living Hamlet

"A REGUI

Who's the origina
Who cheered the
"over there?"

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Who salutes
ing as "l
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girl?"
All together,
the answer-
ELSIE J
She's "A F
GIRL" and sl
to see you at
today in her ifirs

TODAY

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Two Performances
Wednesday
December 3,

ture.

Tomorrow and Thursday
EUGENE O'BRIEN
-L H-
"SEALED HEARTS'

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Matinee
Romeo

The star is supported
by Lucille Lee Stewart
(sister of Anita), and
Robert Edeson.
Story by Eugene Wal-
ter and Edmund Gould-
ing.

And

Juliet

Dirceted
Ince.

by Ralph

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3NSTANCE TALMADGE
story of a miss with principles pure as the Ten Com-
ents, with a pair of eyes that made Cleopatra look like
unptive selling-plater and with a list of "vamped" vic-
aching from Frisco to Main Street, New York.

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You'll admit that this
combination of names
means something to a
photoplay-s
You'll like this picture.

Night
Hamlet

E1JGEN~N
O'BR IEt~

Coming-D. W. Griffith's
Blossoms" .

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)US VAMP"

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