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April 02, 1921 - Image 5

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ULI~iUI ! J LI 1 l1111 fl Illt U U WlI
Order blanks for commencement in-
vitations in the literary college are
being mailed to all seniors and should'
be returned to the committee immed-
iately, according to. Donald J. Porter,
chairman.
Two styles of invitations are offer-
ed. The leather, which sell for 60
cents each, contain the names and ad-
dresses of members of the class,
names or the literary faculty, the pro-,
gram of events from the Swing-out
until commencement and are illus-
trated. The other type, engravedf
formal invitations, sell for 10, cents
each.

SENIOR LAW CANES
AND GOWNS READY

,f

S HUBERT1
D ET R O!T
FRANK TINNifY in
TICKLE ME

ies in
k Sen-
News.
"Song
ic and

All members of the senior law. class
who wish to see samples of the sen-
ior cane may do .so at Wagner. and:
company, according to an announce-.
ment of the cane committee. The
price is $3, half of which is payable
with the order. Those who wish a
cane should report to have measure'
taken as soon as. possible.
The cap and gown committee of the
senior law class announces that all
seniors should place their orders foi
caps and gowns at Kyer's, corner of
North University avenue and Thayer;
street immediately, so they may obtain
theirs in time for Swing-out, May G.
No deposit is required either at. time
of placing order or taking ,gown. Rent-
al terms may also be satisfactorily ar-I
ranged.

PRICES
Evenings 306
Matinees 200

T11 EAT.S

2:00

NI LAST TIMES TODAY

z

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rFair Maids
he Review.

m-Constance Talmadge
"Dangerous Business."
tie comedy and Interna-
lNews.
THIS WEEK
Stage
y-"Top o' th' Mornin',"
orsity of Michigan Union
t(Detroit) -Frank Tin-
in "Tickle Me," a' peppy
cal comedy.
c(Detroit) -Walter
Aden in "Merchant of Ven-

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A JOYOUS MUSICAL DELI G14T
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FLOOR $3,00, BALCONY $1.50, $2.00. $2.50

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AN

ReliabUity & Satisfaction
uth Main Street
" - MICHIGAN

WHITNEY THEATRE, MN, APRIL.,41h
THE, SHOW YOU HATE ALL BEEN WAITING FOR
Over Eight Million People Have Witnessed' and Acclaimed
THE VANDERBILT PRODUCING: COMPANY'S

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TA~E 'REATEST MUSICAL

.1usr' ifary Ter's y.4
Jaoad by Airar Royre
COMEDY EVER WRITTEN

Now in Its 2nd Year at the Vanderbilt Theatre, New York City
Now in its 2nd Year at the. Empire Theatre,. London
Six Months each at Chicago, Boston, Nelbourne, Australia.
Now playing Paris, Sweden, India, South Africa and Austria-Hungary
THERE MUST BE A REASON
~PRICES-Lower Floor $3.00; Balcony $2.",,$2.00, $1.50; Gallery $1.0
SEATS NOW SELLINGr

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mystery in a itgc
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SUNDAY
MONDAY
TUESDAY

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AMUSEMENT CENTRE OF ANN A:

LAST TIMES TODAY
VIVIAN MARTIN
in
"The Songil of"
The Soul",
Adapted from "An Old World Roemance"by
WILLIAM J. LOCKE
Mob hatred, unreasoning and unrestrained,
had trapped an innocent man. The word of a
blind girl pulled him back from the brink of
the grave.,1This tremnendous scene in the Ever-
glades of Florida is one you'll never forget.
Vivian Martin, as the beautiful bind heroine
of this thrilling picture, does the greatest act-
ing of her career.

-a'

TODAY ONLY

"BUR2IED

TRE'A SUR

A Paramount Picture' and

MACK SENNETT COMEDY

EARTH BOUND

Will Hold You .

Basil King's Powerful Drama, of. the
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Unseen

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PLAYING FOUR
Starts Wednesday

DAYS

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APR I L
Remember the Date

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scream, a roaring% riot ofJ

Yo~zr
mirth.

EARTH BOL

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