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December 19, 1919 - Image 7

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RAY

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Prof. mil Lorch has been invited to
be one of the five members who will
represent the. American Institute of
Architecture which will co-operate
with the offlcials of the Pan-American
Congress of Architecture. The com-
mittee Will organize an exhibition of
the works of American architects and
an exhibition of historical American
architecural accomplishments. This
exhlbition will be given at the first
Pan-American' exposition ' which will
be given in March in Montivideo, Ur-
uaguay. Prof. Lorch 'states that the
works of stu'dents of architecture in
the University will' be represented at
the Pan-American exposition. An in-
ternational jury of professors of arch-
itecture will award the prizes.
German Dyes Arrive in England
London, Dec. 18. - The board of
trade announces that tle first ship-
ment of German dyes will shortly ar-
xive in this country.. It will be fol-
lgwed at intervals by further quant-

Shows at 3:00: 7:OO; 8:30
Phones:
ITheatre. -296-M Mgt's Res., 2316-M

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Fri-Sat - 19-20 -Pauline Frederick in
"ThBoI Bds of Love"; Star Comedy,
"Babies is aabios"; and Bruce Scenic.

a box of M
at, Cushing's.-

choco-

TITY GRCER'S IfFER
ON SUGLR POSPCTS
It is rumored that the price of sugar
will go up to 25 cents per pound aft-
er Jan..1. Nobody seems to know ex-
actly how much truth there is in the
statement. Everyone appears to have
a different opinion on the matter,, and
the various Ann Arbor dealers- have
two decidedly different opinions as to
the truth of the rumor.
Some Forsee Prke Raise
Generally speaking, about one-half,
of the dealers claim to have inside
information to the effect that the price
of sugar will rise the frst . the year.
They say that they have heard from
a reliable source that quantities of
beet sugar. have been stored by pro-
fteers and that there,Is no doubt at
all about the pri of sugar rising.
One maw. affirms that he has been told
by one of the biggest sugar merchants
in the United States that the increase
in pric will undoubtedly, take place.
Others LessPessimistic
The other half of the dealers' are
Just as sure that there will. be no
.hange in price. This 'factin even
goes 'so far as to claim that they have
heard from a reliable source that all
the sugar difficulties will be adjusted
mmediately after Christmas. They
prophecy that.the new year wll soon
see a reduction in the price, and that
in a short time we' will be able to
et all the sugar that we need. The
present high price of sugar they claim
to be the direct result of an attempt
on the part of the government to make
the prducersE sell sugar at a price
below the one 'contracted' for. The
cantyret being brokn, the producers
retaliated by refusing to' 'sell' their"
sugar at the 'conitract-price, and ina
sisting upon an increase in price. This
half clama' to' hiave heard definitely,
ho~ever that these difficulties are
:now in the w 'of being adjusted.
THE MAJESTIC
tHaving appeared as a racer and a
baseball player,'Charles Ray goes 'into
another field .of sport and essays box-
*ng in "'he Egg Crate Wallop" today
and tomorrow at the Majestic. 'His,
pugilistic career is beset 'with ob-
staces but Jesides his famous "baby.
tare's he has a punch of tremendous
lossibilit.ies fatal to any opponent
who should carelessly stand in front
orf it.
The scenerio is, especially adapted to.
Ray and he brings out all the com-
edy and pensive humor that have been
incorporated in its ente t4aining situ-
atongse A
THE 'ARCAE
Mother love, self-sacfice, 'and re-
'strugge for supremacy in
Pauline F'rederick's latest picture,
"The Bond of Love" today and tomor-
ro-w at the Arcade. Miss Frederick
plays the role qf a' girl who takes a
position as gqverness of a little moth-
erless boy. 'HIer association with -te
child develops Into a warm affection
but relatives, seek to dispose of her
because they are. afraid that she will
upset their schemes. Finally she de-
cides to leave only to fund that her.
heart' belongs to the little - boy and
his father,.
"The Love Cheat,'' acomedy-drama,
featuring June 'Caprice and Creighton
Hale will be presented Sunday and

Monday.
NEW YORK PAVING ENGINEER
TALKS .TO UNIVERSITY MEN

LARTHO

RULESFrORCOMMISSIONS

"Other than freshmen will not be
able to qualify for a commission at'
the end of the course," said Colonel
Robert Arthur Thursday, "unless they
enroll before the end of the present
semester. This is excepting such stu-
dents as may have credits for'previous
R. O. T. C., S. A. T. C., or other mili-
tary work at preparatory schools. This
would apply particularly to sopho-
mores who may much more easily
cover the required work than upper-
classmen, because of the limited time
in which the latter can take this
work.
Capt. W. R. Scott, ordnance depart-
ment, United States' army, came #ere
Thursday from Washington to assist
in the strengthening 'and completing
of 'the organization of the ordnance
unit of the R. O. T. C. in the Uni-
versity.
Several lit students have enrolled
for different branches of the R. O. T.
C. work. Both' engineering and lit
students will 'continue to be enrolled
until the bpginning of' the coming
semester, Colonel Arthur' announced.
CollegeE xchanges
Iowa-March 4 has been set as the
date for the annual Junior prom at the
University of Iowa. The prom this
year will be held during Lent to avoid
conflict with the military ball of the
university R. 0. T. C.
Oregon-To aid in the payment of
expenses for a university delegation to
the Student Volunteer convention in
Iowa during' the Christmas holidays,
students of the University of Oregon
recently* presented "The Prince of
Liars."
Washington--Because it was unsat-
isfied with the decision of the Pacific
coast conference to split gate receipts
on a 50-50 basis, the University of
Washington has refused to play furth-
er conference games until adjustments
satisfactory to itself have been made.
Oregon-New rules of the commit-
tee on student affairs at the Univer-
sity of Oregon have definitely fixed
the' number of dances to be allowed
all university organizations. "Ac-
quaintance parties" are to be permit-
ted for all classes. Afternoon and

II

ST. ANDREW'S TO HOLD C
SING AND 'PAGEANT
Annual Christmas service
church school of St. Andre
copal church, in the form o
ant and the regular singing
will be held at 4:30 o'clock
afternoon. An pffering whic
taken at this time which
devoted to relief work for V
ian children.
Christmas -day will be abs
two celebrations of the Holy
ion, one 'at 7:30 o'clock in t
ing, and the other at 10:30
The choir will sing for both

~o'clock h,

PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW
want Mac Diamids Candies for
gifts at Cushing's Pharmacy.Adi
Waterman, Parker, Conklin, S
er and other fountain pens. (
.Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade.-Adv
Typewriting, promptly, neatly
accurately done. O. D. Morril
Nickels' Arcade.-Adv.

I for dauc

A

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LOVE"

Customers say my
assortment of
'FANCY BOX
STATIONERY
anld
CHRISTMAS CARE
are the best they have see
this season
A new shipment of
EVERSHARP pencils an
fountain pens have just a
rived.
Get your's early.
0. D. MORRIL
17 Nickels Arcade

-

achievement.

the BONDS OF LGVE-ibetween: mar-:
the children? Is i# pure love? Or is it

IS BABIES," and Weekly

Fo Christmas Day:

nda"
In "THE LOVE CHEAT"
"All's Fairiri Love and War"
The old adage rugs; so Henry Cal-
vin can't be: blamed too much for
"cheating," can he?
Besides-
He was desperately, insanely, mad-
'A ly, devotedly in love with the little
daughter of'the 'great money-mag-
nate, so he fell for his friend's pro-
motion scheme,
Why, You'd Do the Same; Yes,

Ivory Goods
Stationery
Perfumes

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by Banks, Hotels, Railroads, etc., without identification.

You simply must see this delicious-
ly delightful - romantic comedy
drama in five acts.

C
r"% "V@Y 5IL Krg

hristie Comedy,
"HOME BREW"
and Jazz Monologue'

I'

Mr. Francis P. Smith, a member of
the well known New York firm of
consulting paving engineers, lectured
before the practicing engineers tak-
ing the graduate course' on bituminous
surfaces and bituminouis pavemients.
He talked to the engineers on "The-
ory, Design, Construction and Main-
tenance of Sheet Asphalt Pavement."

-ASK US-

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101.105 SOUTH MAIN.STREET

330 SOUTH STATE S
(Nickels Arcade)

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DURING'VACATION-

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SATURDAY EVENING ONLY
usual prices. Special New Year's ,ve Party DEC. 31. Music by the Elks Royal Jazz
it. The bill for this Party will be $1.50 per couple. Tiekets limited, on sale at Graham's

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