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January 10, 1920 - Image 5

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Premier U. S. Ace

MARIE
"TILLIE'

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LMARE>>

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AND,
PRESSER&
boo c. w s a iroro . ,1
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Suits Pre&wd °while 'you 'wait.

Lunches
Nunnally 's
Candy
Maynard St.

Plans were formulated ley the so-
cial committee of the, sophomore lies
yesterday for a coming smoker and,
get-together which will mark the open-.
ing of the social life of the class of
22. The tenative date of Tuesday,
Jan. 20, was decided upon' as the most-
feasible, but definite announcement
will be made later.
IG. L. CHAPMAN.
jJEWELER OPTOME'TRIS'T
Any Lenses D)UPi~~te
.AN~N ARBOR CHOP SUE!
Excellent eIIOP SUET from
11:30 a in. to midnight
Steaks and Chops 314 S. State,

Among the speakers will be "Eddie"
Rickenbacker, who will appear if
his absence from Detroit can be.spar-
ed. Music, as usual, will form a large
part of the evening's entertainment,
ands Chairman Maynard Newton prom-
ises the best "campus talent.
"Smoles," which, it is rumored, will
consist of brands other than the paper
packaged varieties, together with cider
and doughnuts will provide the re-
mainder of the entertainment.
IThe Union' was decided. upon as thq
best location.
Prof ession, l Dancing Lessons and
Assemblies every 'Wed., Packard Ac-
aclemy. Ladies. 25, men, 75 cents. Conc
alone if you like. 0. D. Laschen, De-
troit,., Positively :no face dancing, all
society, dances also ball-room dances
taught.--Adv.
Have you arranged- with the Sped-
ding Studio for your Michiganensian

De W~olf Hopper, actor, singe
osopher, and after dinner speaki
will reappear as "Old Bill" in
Bruce Bairnsfather's musical
success Sunday at the Whitni
played this part more than 201
and has just completed a tour
principal cities of the West a
Pacific coast.

THE WHITN~(EY

The

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JANUxARY, 13fath

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EATRUE;(. "y

sitting? Sittings must be
Feb. 1.-Adv.

made before

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3inal cas and proluction direct f£romna.
~nonth5 run at the Knickerbocker Thea'NeYokECt ,

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WHITNEY

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Six electricians were cont
employed to secure the unusL
ing effects in "The Haunted B
featuring Enid- Bennett toda-
Majestic,
Although the strange lights
unique devices employed crea
markably misterious and weir
phere, the unaccountable di
ances of the ghost are all sats
explained befo~e the concluslc
picture.
Lloyd Hughes, who plays Ui
Ile part opposite Miss Ben
new addition to filmdom. Tb
play was written by C. Gardi
Ivan and directed by Fred N~
der the supervision of Th~omas

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Seats on Sale Wed.

Mtail Orders N o/v

PRICES - 50 -75.1.00.1,50 - 2.00

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Kate PLL11 m an
Margaaret E&lwacd.c
N4ugh Chilvev"
4aClaton '0rinje
DanlWeltj
AND A C6401 s, OF

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Georg. pierce
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Delightful and Exceptio
nal In ft's Humor and
Mirthfulness.

Alice Joyce plays
"The Vengeance of
will be shown in a re,
today at the Arcade.
both Marion, the ui
Durand, and Beatrice
daughter. The formes
an who lives in const

Is

blindly loves and hates ti
father does. The story di
sparkling life of Paris, tb
ital of the world, before
EMINENT HIST
HERE WEDr

,at

}PRICES Lower Floor 2.50
Miw' Gallery 1.00

Balcony 1 50-2.00
Sale Tuesday

BELASCO STAGED IT-- That Means Perfection

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Moir.

WHITNEY

THEATRE

rReturnM Engagement,. Sunday' Night, January 11

Dr. William Roscoe Thayer,
the most eminent living Ameri
torians, wlll lecture on James
Lowell at 4:15 o'clock nextI
'day afternoon in Sarah Caswe]:
hall.
Dr. Thawer was a student
Lowell when that famous-c
a professor at Harvard. His'
Cavour," is the standard work
great Italian statesmen and h
of Theodore Roosevlt and Jo
are well known. He has als
ten articles for the Atlantic
ly.
Dr. Thayer is a knight of the
Order of the Crown, a member
Harvard corporation, ex-press
the American Historical asst
and former editor of the1
Graduates magazine.
The lecture will be open tot
Ieral public.
M" CLUB TO ME]
DETROIT ALL

Dc. Wolt

Hopper

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Better

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AC Comedy with Music and Cha rming Girls

TheBinfte nentoa ucs

,By, long odds Mr.. Hopper's -best performance In many
yeA,,""w N. Y. Times4t

Representatives, from the " M"
will meet with 'the University of
igan club of, Detroit on Jan. 17.
Subjects relative to the athleti
uation will be discussed at this
ing, and it is expected that a
gation will be appointed at this
to represent the two organizatic
the next meeting of the board in
trol of athletics. This meeting
be held some time within the
two° months, and it is plani
have a representation present fro
alumfti associations of New Yorl
troit, and Chicago, the "M"' clul
Regents, and the Student counc
ANCING
At the Packard Mondays and j
days, 8 to 10 P. M. Dance Hall i
open for rental for private part
assemblies. Private lessons ever;
Phone 1850-F.-Adv. '
There will be the regular mE
of the Upper Room Bible Class
South State 'Street, Saturday ev
at 7 o'clock. The meeting lastc
one hour. It i~s for all Univ
Men. Special music by Albert
Sin.-Adv.

Seats Now Selling

Phone 48

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.30

Catholic

Studenfts' --Part'y

Phil Diamo.

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This-.Afternoon"
Union Building

8 Piece,

14d

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