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SATURDAY, APRIL 1.0, 1920.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1920. THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE

BETSY ROSS
THE FOUNTAIN ROOM
BEAUTIFUL
Upholstered Pullmans
De Luxe Service
The right place to entertain
your local or out-of-town
friends
CANDIES
OUR OWN SUPERB PACK
FOR
House Parties
Announcements
Gifts
and all occasions demanding
better-than-ordinary sweets.
13-15
NICKELS ARCADE

~~-ess .'r~n arA.nd Ve r z sem1f ~ t~Booth5-Kappa Sigma N Martindale, Clinton, Ia.; Mar~y Alex-
CaeosMr. and Mrs. ift . 1-asler, Psrt Clinton, 05.
A s N ight Ofht01 Junior Hop Arrives wardt, Battle Creek. Guests- Th'e---
I______________Misses Marion Johnson, .CharlotteIBoth 9-Yaigne
j IBootla 1-Acacia Btooth 3-Sigma Phi Epsilon sod Al- Soith, Winefred Rtoehmi, Detroit; Chatierons--Prat. 1. Leo 'lsrforin
Cbap~erons-Mrs. L. C. Good? irlih, Ann I)15ha ippt Kappai Phyllis Badgeley, Jackson; Rilce toteff, and Mrs. Siharfnman, Anni Armor; Mr.
Arbor. Guests-The Mils-es Mildrect Ciaperons-Mr. andI Me.s. I IT. n H..aCicg.Il. lrs-os i{s tetGnses Ieri
Louise Henry, Maxinse Kilburn, Dloro- Parks, Dletroit:. Guests-Th~e Mise h uin ila tdes rn ssasVsisses ths tnjnis
bhy Grimes, Detroit; Mildred Gauklier, Alida Rogers, Janette Fra:,er, Leahs aid;OisslaneLyshusIEtrIttisinIeiyLtJldd
Pontiac; Ellen Johnsson, Nileo; Ma-- Olin, eri;Ctteis a~stPn a; Gertrude Sehrisig, Juit ll; ind, Lucsille Jscobis, Irene hosenberg,
goerite Cavendish, Hontingsi)n, West tiac; RullsGilhaoms, Sturgis; jean Pit-,MlrdKikarcIe Kl, DtrtoiitsBrnsice0Rahn, VieaMarx,
Virginsia; Amy Watta, IBristolt, R. I.; ston, Wyandotte; Helen M itchell. Dattle (Creek; Gladys Sarrsiit, trsula HighhlsndtPask; Bernice Warsau, Eide-
TZheodosia tBurtons, Minnesipo.s s.Minni.;- Flin;Ratirine Arnold, Floence Sal- Wie pioei.tl atas aetstGadElitIees
1 ~~~~~~~~~Phiptps, Irontso,0. Seneg rvreCt;Vr l
Elma Townecr, Grand Raptis; Edna dlon, Msarjorie Malleaux, orc? Mrs. 'SeibrT-vreCt;5r l
Liebtin, Cleveland, 0.; Ednas Iaugli, Claude tBehn, Ann Arbor; 7ts,;r- Ward,- scuiiiei ,iansinig.
Negannee; Viola Mesch, St. )nis, Ms.; Marjorie Swinideman, Toledo, ft.; Paul- Bsits6DlaCsio
IMay Buyler, Muskegon. ine Newton, Corunna; Esthsir Welts-, C'haperons-Mrs. S. C. McCloistl Booth 10-Indepseniots a
jNevada, Ia. Guests-The Itisses 'Florence Field- Be- Chiaperons-Br. and Itss. C. 13. Stout-
toti2TeaX;AhaCiigsitroit; Cornelia Clark, Charlotti Ccc Ann Arbor. Guests-Thsy Misses
Chaperonss-Mr. and Mrs.It. A. Booth 4-Xi Psi Phi Schsurz, Ann Arbor; MainSodn ea Mains, Irene Dowson, Elsie Er-
Wiiham, nsMr. Ff.Rs Ic r htern r n M. .B onia; Roth Taylor, Macins City; tryKstherine Andreso, Helen Safford,
-Guests-The Misses Ann lB. Engel, Parker, Dr. and Mrs. M. L. DeBalts, MrshaMeneon;ley, anBito;knslIDetsroil; NormatFuller, Mar, lla Fors-Paet vnFvraEloreAnAbr;Gce1reAl-
OiiPaetEvnFaeitEinrDetroit. Guests-The Misses itarguer- Baraha Motaegyn, VicanIHophyliac niAbr rc ecr l'
Cbandler, Roma Hooper, Detroit; Rose ;ite Haughsey, Wilma Bass. Fray Waine, Baoprarwcally, 0ChiabIl;e~tvilgnLoseJ-cbSise Mrae
Cooper,,NArnvark,0.; ElizabethoPhiStosseClevelansd, 0.; Etizabeis Spald-
csvaAnAbrFaeWloHazel South, Detroit; Florence Der- lips, New Yorks City; trense Smith
I useCssncinsais, 0.; Verity Elliott, and
Gldwn Elizabeth Romp, Bed Axe; rick, Tarentum, Pa.; Mathao Chepard, Cleveland, Ohio; Gladys 'h tiery, Mil-M IIlaoPeies ost
Elaine McElroy, Cleveland, Ohio; Eo- Parnassua, Pa.; Leona I-trio, Grandi waukee, Wis.; Mutriel Walkeis, Niagaa 1Ir ' .Dao rtra ot
ther McDonald, Jackson, 0.; Charlotte'Rsasids; Sylvia Ralston, Butlcr, Pa.: I Falls, N. V. 'tec Di oss ettle ol.
Andrews, Conneaut, 0.; Florence Ty- Midred Branclie. iMt. Clemens; Frances I--B ~sLoinDtot
den, Evanston, Ill.; Alexanadria Me-I Paschse, Portland; Mrs. J.. Porter, ot ea1li oioi isosi PiIoApa
Rssb, Waerboy, Bnn. Ann rbor thaperons-Mica Florence Botnis s: Chaperons-Mr. and Mrs. C.1L. Ayers,
1Dr. anid Mrs. W. Hunsit, Mr. sulit rs. , iMa. aid SMrs. R. A. Camspbell. Guests-
W. N. St. Peter. Bursts-Tts S lisssv. .IMisses Bernsice Vincest, Macian
I l arriet Eowaldt, Margaret Leoinairs l .' -'session.Rosily Reule, Detroit; Mao
TUJTL E'S LUNCH ROOM Dtroit;Ursulsa Fnltoss. Alpwis.; Jeis- S-tephenson, Poirtlasid; tresso Va-s
sselte Palsmer,.Ctldttsaer; Mtargaret Sltyke, Hasmmonid, Ind.; Gladtys Towvn-
those, C'hicago, Ill.; P'unline tDavisons, senid, Grasnd Rapsids; those Sisirmer,
jFlint; Florence C'rozier, Newr Yo'rk Port Harass; trances Gray-es, Toledo,
City; CoaaIMurbachs, Archbsold, 0.; 0.; Aldith Joshnos, Clevelasnd, 0.;
CONFECTIONERY AND HOT LUNCHES "Helen Roric'z, Sessec; Doroth- Fistex,VraD anyGvdMrinhuee,
SLasissg; Mrs. Mterle Hodges, Ann Ar-- Psaw Paw; F5rances Weimier, St. At-
bar. bas, W. Va.

Choice Line of Nunnally's Chocolates
338 Maynard Street

Booth I-Nou Sigma Nit
Chiaperons--Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Canmp,
Dr. and Mrs. H. Esnerson, Ansn Arbor.
Guests-The Misses Florence Fields,
Detroit; Kennethia Berry, Grand
Ledlge; Grace Patterson, Masiistiqise;
Helen Rick, Ypsilanti; Virgin, -s Minor,
Oseossos; Vera Burke, Pt'iac; Julia

Booth 12-Phylon
Chaperons-Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Net-
sass, Ann Arbuor. Guests-Thre Misses
V. J. tReed, A. II. Costenob% L. Hide-
out, M. E. Bergass, H. Toepot, Detroit;
B. MB. Whittesmore, L. Corbin, L.
Frencb, Asis Artbor; C. A. LeFevre, lit.
(Constinsuedt on Page Six)

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Friday and S aturda--t

Show's at 2:009 3:30, 7:00, 8:30

TA-'LOR 1-oLMES-n
A/GG-SVINQ BUT THE 7k-UTFL" FRlOM 'Ills-;:01'
IT SOUNDS-EASY BUT-
ItohbBennett tsied t and set soething like $10,000 or
sismse sssmiashrifsle thsat lie cossld toll the tristis abso-
listelyawthoust erasssnas qibbsling, foc a solid 'aeek.
Thiss is tse stuatson oboist whlich revolves one oh the
funist stsssiea as playo ever written.
IF YOU THINK IT'S EASY-
Try it. Pledge yourselt to tell (lie truth, the whole
tsruth and nothing but the trsuth, Car one whole week,
wsaking and sleeping' No wrhite lieo, no evasiono, no
tissyfOhs. Notiiss but (lie srsitl, no miatter hose it hurts.
LET US KNOW HOW YOU COME OUT
See n-lit heing truitfsl for a wreek did for the so-
ciety ilter as-io knewe isaa to lie beautifully but didn't
stare bsecasise sif that wager.

17 io ol e
IN
rTI-;I slyTH 'IRIICsIs UIlIII(IiTR UTJ l 1010H

TAYLOR HOLMES,-s
t'OTAIINhP SUM 7ATNuTi 1

BOB BENNETT BEGAN TO WONDER
-absoutitwIaomisnsutes alter tie hadshset $10,000 that hse
could tell the truth and nothing hut the truth for a
whiole steelk, just ho atsnisiy tismes a mainuste tie hail been
in the habit of lying. He hadn't realized how difficult
the joy seas. He had to nsake explanations to the girl
he los-ed that his lather had suggested lie marry her
for her maoney. Re had to tell toe stout dowsager that
:;her hat seas a fright. Re had to-hout you'll, have to see
'.>> the play to appreciate all the humorous situations.
A FARCE OF FUNNY FEATURES IN
WHICH TELLING THE TRUTH
< PROVES ONE OF THE MOST
PAINFUL OF THE ARTS.
DRAMATIC MIRROR-
; "Taylor Holsses could not Pond a better vehicle for
hiss inimitable style of acting than "Nothing Hot the
-a Tuth."-

650.02 RHOLMES -NOTPi-o G- Er

Gayety Comedy-

"ARE FLIRTS FOOLISH?"9

Sunday, MondayTuesday- "The Mystery ot the Yellow Room"

-An Emile Chautard
Production

A famous Detective failed- Can you solve the "Mvsterv of the Yellow Room?"

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