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Xmas, 1 toI

.Tice's Drug
-Adv.

Store, 1171

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MOORE

THE MAJESTIC
Cass Floyd has his own methods of
settling disputes and eliminating riv-
als and he employs them to the best
of his ability in "Louisiana," featuring
Vivian Martin for the last times to-
day at the Majestic.
When he discovers Louisiana Rog-
ers, who had been his sweetheart up;
in the mountains, walking with Law-
renceiF'erol, a young playwright, he at
once becomes intensely. jealous of Fer-
ol and makes plans to dispose of hilm.
His attempts are nearly successful
but each1 ultimately. serves only to de-
f eat his purpose.
"The Head Waiter," a Larry Semon
comedy, W~ill be also repeated.
THLE ARCADE
'As "Picadilly Jim," Owen Moore
goes through a series of adventures
and mishaps that make his name a by-
word in England and America in the
screen adaptation of Pelham Gren-
ville" ,Wodehouse's Saturday Evening.
Post lerial of the same name which
will be repeated- for- the last times
today= at the Arcade.
Funny incidents follow in rapid suc-
cession from his first encounter with
"the Duke." A serious turn is given
affairs at the conclusion when "Pie-
adflly Jim" proves that he is more
than a humorous character by un-
masking a clever imposter. Zena
Kteefe plays opposite Moore.
College 7Exchanges

Addresses by two University profes-
sors will be heard at the last pre-holi-
day meeting of the Zoological Journal
club which will take place at 7:~30
o'clock Thursday evening in room 231'
of the Natural Science building.
Prof. E. C. Case of the geology de-.
partment, will address the club on the
theme of climatic migration and its
effect on the distribution of 'life:. "A'
,Case. of Mutation in Snakes," will be
the topic of the lecture of Dr. F. N.
Blanch~ard. Other members of the,
club will also speak.
If you aren't satisfied, we can't be.
We make "Portraits that Please" you
at Derr Studio.-Adv.
See Weber's assortment of fancy
chocolates, at Cushing's.-Adv.
"CREhOLE PRALINES," Tice's Drug
Store, 117 S. Main St.-Adv.

ARC
Shows at 3:oo
Phon
Theatre, 2915-M r

Tue-Wed-16'-17-Owen, Moore in "Pic-
cadilly. Jin"; Star Camedy, "Tick Tick
Man" and Ford Weekly.
Thu-18-Norma Talmadge in "The Isle
on Conquest" (Ret,) ; Cartoon, "His
Briny Roant and Bruce Scenic.

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Detroit
SWilliam Brady,L. T. D. E
Presents At "9.45-
SONLANDERER & SEYFRIED
. JEWELERS
FR Quality and Servie
u 1183 E. Liberty St.
Ann Arbor, Mich.

VIVIAN MARTIN
in
"LOUISIANA"
.1
WUERTH THEATRI
Tues-Wed. 16- 17-William Russel
"Eastward Ho," with a monikey co
"Dreamy China Town" and kinc
weekly.
Special attraction-evenings onli
THE DARLING QUARTETTE OF
ARBOR
Thurs-Fri. I-19-Frank Keenan
"Brothers Divided," with a two
comedy.
ROYAL JUVENILE MINSTRELS
Sat. 20--All-star cast "The Phi
Honnavrmon." .-with aa screen mai

Last Tdimes 7

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ILLY JIM"
Post Story by P. G. Wodehouse

FOR CHRISTMAS
Calendars for picture-inserts, Christ-
mas Cards and Albums make ideal
gifts.

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YOUR
RES1ERFA-
,ION- NOW
L~oads of

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Tuea-Wed. 16-17-C
Tower of Jewels
N EDY stories by,
Thurs. 18--Eugene
fect Lover," witt
Fri. 19-All-star ca
Lture, "Wit Win=
comedy.
Sat. 20-Louis GI
turned); with a
Sun-Mon. 2 1-22-t
OF FATE," with
toon and Fordw

Lyndon and Company
-7 19 North University,
Headquarters for Eastm~an Kodaks and Supplies

*1 surpiises
2 a'wait ,you-
and .beautiful
Scenery
along the way.

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Princeton-The University store at'
Princeton will pay $13,000~ out to un-
dergraduates as a dividend jfor their
purchases. The dividend payable to
each member amounts to 10 per cent
of; the price of purchases made dur-
ing the fiscal year ending J'uly 1'. 1919.
Only the three upperclasses will lien-
efit from thils year's dividend.
'Kansas - The students of Kansas
:University made good their pledge to
~go to the mines in case the strike
should become serious. They have
been mining at an amazing rate of
speed-by means of pick and shovel, the
machinery all being in a frozen con-
'dition.
A plan for raising money for the
erection of a student union and a stad-
ium was presented before a meeting
of representative- students by one of
'the priofessors of the university. It
was suggested that $1,000,000 be rais-
ed& to start these operations. Opera-
tions will be. carried on by an execu-
tive committee of twelve. Four of
these are to be selected from the rop-
resentative committee, four to be ap-
pointed from the faculty, and four to
be chosen by the president from the
Alumni association.

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Hrvaord -- Lord Dunsany when
speaking recently to the students at
Lot ICoptas Harvard university, expressed himself f
S S I IE QMIS P "tas being thoroughly in "sympathy with3
~ *~. undergraduiate dramatics. He said,
The) We Th fo u oth n' heleea mtitcaford
VV E T ! 1eN Deftnd " t n hevl e f olease i rasi
and in its training for after life."

VIVIAN 'MARfl
"Lois anANOTHER OF HER REFRESHING,

during the wLas '
a table full after

Iowa- The University of Iowa is to
:... %close a day earlier than anticipated
!partment because of railway service. Students
,hich was whose homes are at some distance had
building made requests to the administration
can have and this decree was in answer to their
iolice de- appeal.
loves in SENATE COUNCIL DISCUSSES
Qnpn~h GENERAL CAMPUS MATTERS

ALSO

LARRY SEMON in

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WAIT

COST -
bracelet.
Reward.

Sunday; wrist watch and
Finder please call 1657-W.

By student - desirable
'ampli03. Address P. 0.
4, Ann Arbor.

FOR SALE

r

Daily.
A~ second hand canoe. Ad-
:2, Daily.

FOR SALE-Buffet Saxophone, B fiat,
low pitch, silver. plated,. satin finish,
almost new. Will sellf cheap if tak-
en at once. 500 E. William St., or
Phone 274 3.
FOR SALE-Full dress suit. Tailored
by Hart Shaffner & Marks, 1919.
Sie 36. $45.00. Address Box Q R,
Daily.
FOR. SALE--A new Hammond type-
writer with seven styles of type.
Call 936-W.

'Matters of general University inter-
est were discussed at a meeting of
the Senate council .yesterday after-
noon, 'but no details- have been given
out.
There will be another important
aftrg of )he council immediately
aftr Crismasvacation.
Typewriting, promptly, neatly and
accurately done. 0. D. Morrill, 17
Nickels Arcade--Adv..
Gilberts and Webers Chocolates in
any size for Xmas at CUSHING'S
PHARMACY.-Ad'v.
Waterman;- Parker, Conklin, Sheaff-
er and other fountain~ pens. 0. D.
Morrill, ,17 Nickels Arcade.-Adv..

Friday ,and
Saturday

CNARLES IAY

-DON'T yMISS* THIS 100 PER CENT, ACTION COMEDY
N lurLsday' LILA LEE in "PUPPY LOV:

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!The Egg Crate Walloqp" The Picture

'ED--A Pea Coat.
Phone 2855.

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