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February 22, 1920 - Image 7

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The Michigan Daily, 1920-02-22

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BE

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Edna'

THE MAJESTIC

ence," the modern
ch F. Ray Com-
st will produce at
ay evening, Youth
rful man who car-
s arm and has his
Experience, who
takes this as an
and introduces
t like~ other young
find work attrac-
ced that he does
pany his new ac-
er, before Death
uth is glad to en-
Work.
n's most signific-
Whitney is Mrs.
medy, "Mis' NellyI
ng to Ann Arbor
uccessful*run in

are said
Jr.," the

Altemas.
A chorus declared to be the most
beautiful ever assembled in a produc-
tion produced in Detroit, and gorgeous
costumes of the latest style are also
promised.
GARRICK-DETROIT,
"Nightie Night," to be presented
next weeki at the Garrick-Detroit, . is
a warning against meeting your old
friends after marriage. If Billie Mof-
fat hadn't met Trixie Lorraine on the
train and promised to reconcile her
with her husband, there would be no
broken wrist watch, no pink pajamas,
no troubles in the Moffat family, and
no "Nightie Night."
Martha M. Stanley and Adelaide
Matthews are the authors of "Nightie
Night." It ,will be presented by a
cast headed by Francis Bryne.
LOCAL MAIl ERVICE CUT
TO ONE DELIVERY 2NONDAY
Postmaster Abbott announces the
collection and delivery schedule for
Monday, February 23.
"There will be the regular morning
delivery, but none in the afternoon.
There will be no rural deliveries dur-
ing the day. Persons expecting par-
ticular pieces of mail may avail them-
selves of our special deliverey service,
by calling the postoffice, describing
the mail desired delivered, and paying
a fee of ten cents for each piece upon
delivery.
"Collections will be made on the
regular Sunday schedule. The Arcade
branch will be open until noon."
Chinese Vases On Display in Library
Uniques of great interest are those
from the University Chinese collec-
tion displayed in the Library. This
collection was presented to the Uni-
versity when President Angell was in
pffice, shortly after his ministry in
China had ended. The vases in the
upper reading room are from this col-'
lection and have been stored away un-
til the new library should be complet-
ed.
Michigan Daily advertising Is the

Few emergencies catch Constance
Talmadge unprepared in "Two
,Weeks," her comedy success which
will be shown today, Monday and
Tuesday at the Majestic. Upon flee-
ing fron an escort who is rude to
her, she unknowingly seeks refuge in:
the home of three crusty bachellors.
IThe butler halts her at the door but
a smile accompanied by the plea that
her hand has been injureddarouses
his sympathy and admiration and he
proceeds to bathe and bind up the
wound. He is caught in the act by
his employers, but one by one they
suffer his fate.
THE 4RCADE
Nazimova wil appear for three days
at the Arcade beginning today in
"Stronger Than Death." The story
is an adaptation of Charles Bryant
and I. A. R. Wylie's novel, and takes
place in the heart of India. Nazimova
has the role of a London music hall
dancer who goes to the orient to rest.
There she is instrumental in fore-
stalling a revolt of Indian natives.
She is rewarded by the love of a herm-
it doctor, the strong male figure in
the picture.
COMMENCEMENT HOMECOMING
PROBABLE, SAYS ALUMNUS

I

i.

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, Ad. written by Maurice Berman City Y.M. C. A.

I and last week
nt Sunday eye-:
rrick.

Than Dozens of Lett
is a good photograph of yourself sent .
!to your friends:---a lasting remembra
a artistic one too, if we do the work
RA NDALL STUi
121 E. Washingtin Street

ni", Kath-
win, Vir-

R

Never in the history of the Univer-
sity has there been a more auspicious
time for a general "homecoming" of
the alumni than the coming Com-
mencement to be held on June 24, ac-
cording to the February issue of the
Michigan Alumnus.
The war period was not entirely
over last June, and a general return
,of the members of the nore recent
classes is expected. President-elect
Burton will deliver the Commencement
address and many of the alumni will
take advantage of this opportunity to
get acquainted with him.
,Want Second-Hand Oratory Texts
There is an extreme shortage of text
books for Oratory I. ' Mr. Immel of
that department requests those who
have had the course to assist by re-
selling their texts to the bookstores.

FOR 91UICK BREAK FASThl
SERVICE EAT 'AT VIII
WHITNEY THEATRE
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26
Messrs ,d
Cohan&,aris ,
present
in a (omedy C
oonshine adnessand Make
-/LAUV
Direction AnnISOm
SEATS NOW SELLING
LOWER FLOOR $2.50
BALCONY $1.00-$1.50-$2.00

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one recognized means of rs4hg
student trade.,

wow

SUNDAY
MONDAY
TUESDAY

Theat

Tuesday Februr

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-in-

Than Death"

COMPANY OF
82 PEOPLE'
1081EE
SCENES

IT WAS THE

DANCE OF FATE
The Lives of Hundreds of

People Depended

on the

Waning Strength of
Sigrid, the Dancer-
Did She Fail Them?

EX

See this Breathless Drama

of a Great and
Beautiful Love

.NAZIMOVA
Added Features:
Christie Comedy, "Fair But False"
BRAY PICTOGRAPH

1.

Bigger and Better this year than ev
Elaborate Scenic Effects - New Cc
£ncorsed by tAe c/ergy 1iom Coast

PHIL DIAMOND'S ORCHESTRA
nday Matinees and all Evening Shows
s,35 cents Children, 10 cents

SUNDAY SHOWS AT
1:30
3:00
4:30
7:00
8:30

PRICES- L

$2.00.

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