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1. uz~I N D)AILY

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IRIET
OF SOULS'"

VMason in "Her
kinogram weekly
icken. Chasers."

2-All star cast in "The
'with a comedy, "Good-

"Mother Love and the Law"
news weekly and comedy.
-Tues-14-15-16-Elsie Janis in
'mp" also a "Snub" Pollard corm-
d colored review.
rs-17- 18-H-. B. Warner in
SWoman's Honor" with a kino-

The Stage
THE WHITINEY
"Civilian Clothes," coming with
William Courtney to the Whitney to-
morrow night, tells the story of a
hasty war marriage consummated be-
tween a-captain, in the American forc-
es and a Salvation Army lassie. The
former was Just the man to wear an
army uniform to its best advantage;
and his wife was a former high-strung
society girl who had generously vol-
unteered to serve behind the lines.
,After the war things assumed a new.
'aspect when the' captain who~ had
been reported as killed came to claim
his wife. While army clothes had
made him appear at his best, civilian'
clothes had the opposite effect and
when he presented himself to his wife
in a ready made suit, she refused to
admit that hie was her husband. Aft-
er many strategic moves, however,
his better half was forced to capitu-
late.
Ick Detroit
SLouis Mann in "FRIENDLY ENEMIES" E
SHA UERT AL JOLSON in
It..DETROIT "SINBADOP

MICHIGAN~ DAILY SUPPLEMLENT

Helferich, Elmer R '23E, 711 Haven. Utica. 402-NV.
Hemenway, Earl L, '21, 808 E. Kingsley. South Haven. 806-J.
Hemenway, Freda, Grad., 808 E.. Kingley. South Haven. 806-J.
Hershdorfer, Leo, '23, 921 Mary. Newark, N. J. 1313-J.I
Heth, H Hardy, '20, 603 S. State. Montpelier, 0. 783.1
Hewitt, Leland V, '22M, 113 S. Division.. Brooklyn. 299-R.
Hobbs, Adelia, '20, 1130 Oakland. Chester, W. Va. 2166-W.
Holcomb, Lyle D, '21L, 1325 Washtenaw. Grand Rapids. 2619.
Irving, Henry T, '23, 803 S. State. Detroit: 754-R.
Jaffe, Abraham, '22, 727 E. University. Boyne Falls. 941-J.
Jaffe, Saul J, '21, 612 Church. Flint. 1070-M.
Jaszembowski, Francis B, 107 Fourteenth. Detroit. 1746-J.
Johnson,. 3 Edwin, '22, 712 Oakland. Sagniaw. 1164.I
Johnson, Maurice F', Grad. and Inst. 157 Lincoln. 2017-R..
Johnson, 0 C, '20, 516 Chubb. Standish. 1296-J.
Jones, Dean J, '20, 210 N. State. Detroit. 751-M.
Jones, E qt, '22, 616 S. Division., Bay, City. 2142.
Jordan, Frank' H, '21, 515, Monroe. Danville. 1457-J.
Kaplan, William H, Spec L. .711 Catherine. Detroit. 843-M.
Katzenburger, Charles H, '23E, 734 E. Univ. Greenville, 0. 1054-M.
Kichlu, Kunj B, '21, 920 Sybil. Srinagar, Kashmir, India. 164.
King, J Howard, 521 ]Monroe. Auburn Ky. 1270-J.
Kingdon, Howard F, '23E, 209 Fourteenth. Traverse City. 2143-W.
Knode, William P, '23E, 517 S. Division. Juniata, Pa. 2726-M.
Koikby, Walter A, '22L, 417 E. University. Jackson. 1576-J.
Kreinheder, W R, 413 Thompson. Cleveland;,O.. 633-R.
Kunze, Neel, '23E, 814 Monroe. Detroit. 1114-3.
Lambert, B, Spec., 549 Packard. Ann Arbor. 1079-J.
Lasher, George S, Grad., 611 Forest. Plainwell. 1216-W.
Layle, Herbert, '22L, 1325 Washtenaw. St. 'Clair. 2619.
Lehman, A T, Grad., 611 Forest. De Tour. 1216-W.
Lehman, Rose L, 922, 5. State. Detroit. 1850-F2.
Lejarza-Mora, Salvador, '21, 326 E. Madison. La Ceiba, Hond.
Lett, Julian T, '21, 708 Church. Marion, Ind. 1145-J.
Lockwood, George L, '23D, 414 E. Williams. Sault Ste. Marie. 1780-W.
Lovejoy, E Parish, '22E, 226 Twelfth. Princeton Ill. 1534-'v.
Loveland, Audie, '23, 109 N. Thayer. Grand Rapids. 1223-M.
Lumby, I Dewey, '22E, 803 S. State. Pontiac.r 754-R.
Lumby, Loyal H, '22L, 802 S. State. Pontiac. 754-R.
Lustfield, Herman G, '22. 702 Oakland. Chicago, Ill. 2647-J.
MacMillan, David G, 422 E. Huron. Grand Rapids. 2522-J.
4Marston, Wesley, '22, 609 Monroe. Kalamazoo. 2236-J.
W HINEY TUESDAY,
THEATREMA R. 161

ANUN ARBOR CHOP SUEY
~Excellent CHOP SUIEY from
11:30 a. m, to midnight
Steaks and Chops $14 S. State
Brief Cases, Music Folios
Student Cases'

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Trade mark
4E ofquality

Guaranteed goods are
your protection.
Insist on the original

Lunches

cold by
Dealers.

LEI ON
GIlkH.ERFR MHO SFl'FRIED
EUB[xly EUNYIT gt,
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all Reliable

Candy
Maynard St.

Quality and
113 E. Libe
Ann Arbor,

LIFTON MFG. CO..

New YorkI

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)---.All star cast in 'Y~nder
it a Mutt and Jeff car-
and Craig Kennedy stories.
'2-Frank Mayo in "The :
"" with a news and comedy.
e O'Brien in "Broken:
ia screen magazine and
5-Nazimnova in "Eye for
date).
7-Madlaine Traverse in
ip" with a Mutt and Jeff
dy and Craig Kennedy

BJ STATTRACTIONS
FIRST !

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TODAY AND TOMORR

WHITNEY THEATRE,
One Night; Thurs. Mare.11
big New Yfo rk and Chicago success coming to 'nn
or direct from a 3 months run in Chicago.
OLIVIR "MoqaiscO
OVJLLIAM
JYUPP.'O)TED BY A TYPICAL
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FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN

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BEVERLY 'BAYNE

APPEARINGIN P FR SO N

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xe-assisting Mr. Courtenay includes:
, Frances Underwood, Isabel Irving,
K.Murray LloydNeal, Ray Walburn
hoare from the. New York theatres.,
S. MAIL ORDERS NOW. 75cto $2

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at
Quarry1. and
The Delta

WANTED
WANTED --- Bright Young Women.
Experienced or inexperienced, to
work part time including Saturday
and Sunday. Apply Miss Bowes,
Chief Operator, Michigan State Tel-
ephone Co.
WANTED-To rent one single room
on second floor; also young <man
wants roommate for large front
room, first floor. Very pleasant
rooms. 1741-R. 429 S. Division.
WANTED -- Can accommodate about
fifteen or eighteen fellows who are
willing pay for first class board.
Private dining room. Box A. B.,
Daily.
WANTED-An M. S, E. Air Service.
One experienced on Curtis 0. X. $
and Suiza motors. Call 236. W. H.
Morrow.
WANTED-House suitable for Frater-
nity. Will sign long time lease for
right place. Address Daily, Box W.
M.L
WANTED-By a young lady, a clean
single room reasonably near cam-
pus. Phone 548-P or 2668-W.
WANTED-Student to wash dishes for
board. Preferably no 8 or 1 o'clock
classes. Call steward, 2372.

.LOST
LOST - Friday 10 A. M., between
Martha Cook Bldg. Aind Memorial
hall, gold fountain pen. Call Miss
Rose, 290. Reward.
LOST-Person who received wrong
Arctics at Armory check-room Sat-
urday night, please call at 228 Pack-
ard or Phone ,1117-M.
LOST-A pair of brown gauntlet glov-
es in U-Hall audtiorium. Finder
Splease return to Secretary's office.
LOST-In vicinity of Arcade Theater
a diamond setting, about 1 karat.
Finder please phone 2325.
LOST-Small leather 'notebook con-
taining Engineering notes. Reward.
Ramsey 692-J.,
LOST-Airdale pup. License tag 307.
Reward it returned to 336 S. State.
Phone 1523 or 1243.
T.OSTAlpha Chi Omega pin. =Please
call sorority house. Phone 2730.
LOST- Waterman pen without cap,
Tuesday. Call 2650-W.
FOR SALE
FOR~ SALE-Dress suit and overcoat,
medium size, also set boxing gloves.
509 S. Division. Call mornings.
FOR SALE--One new Spencer Micro-
scope. Must sell at once. 412 Cam-
den Court. Phone 1580-M-
FOR SALE-One set of Encylopedia
Britannica. Last Edition.' Address,
Box P. B., Daily.
IIJSCELLA.NEOLIS
SALESMAN WANTED - Exceptional
good pay. Call between 2 and 6 P.
M. Room 232 .Nickels Arcade.

THE FACSINATI.NC MYSTERY PLAY
"THE MASTER T'HIEF'
FROM THE FAMOUS "PAYMASTERS" STORIES
OF RICHARD WASHBURN CHILD.
TH RI LLS! MYSTERY!
SURPRISES!-
PRICES: LOWER FLOOR $2.009 BALCONY,$004$1.50 ,GALLERY15c
= NITNEY SAUDY I_~
= Another "SOME TIME" Direct from Chicago
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THREE MONTHS IN CHICAGO
HAMMERSTEIN AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA
SEATS ON SALE THURS. PRICES, 75c_$1.00-$1.54-$2.00

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DOROTHY DALTON
"THE MARKET OF SOULS'

EXTRA FEATURE.

"~Girls"

A Sunshine Comedy

PAHSNEWS

MAJESTIC

ADULTS.... 25c
KIDDIES...

SHOWS STAR1

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
THE GREAT- HOUDINIl IN
"THEt GRIM GCAME"
AND OFFICIAL FILMS OF THE STETCHER-CADDOCK WRESTL'
BOUT.

by1
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;mall apartment or suite
adents. Call 188 between
r7 and 10.
Picket for J-Hop. Phone'

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tutor for beginner.

Campus news, student doings, news
of the outside world, are all to be
found in the Michigan Daily.-Adv.

? Read the :Daily advertisements. They
xN ill lead you to tliie best of Ann Ar-
bor's stores.--Adv.

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