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April 07, 1921 - Image 7

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inf s story,
niversal corn-
'ews.
nnedy in "The
Fatty Ar-
'i House," and

ITo Continue Xelos nstltrtet~
Encouraging answers to the ques-'
tionnaires given out to the members
ofthe Religious Education' institute
seem to point to a similar institute'.
next year. On most of the marked
blanks which were handed in the. ans-
wers were favorable to the revival of
the project next year, substantially in
the same form which existed this year.
A large number favored a more exten-
sive program with longer hours, while
many asked that the course be offered
twice, once during each, semester.

lio.Friday to-Leave fof, Washington comes and production of Michigan in-w
-Prof. David.. Friday^ will- leave for dustries.. The information is desired'
Washington tomorrow where he willj in connection with the work he haft
spend the greater part of spring vaca- been doing for the state administra-
tion getting data regarding the in-I tive board.

sWalton
Sunshine
1 News.

TiF1 E TE

in "All
comedy

-Pearl White in "The
Moll." An episode of
Fingers," and a Van-
r comedy.
THIS WEEK

Stage

(Saturday) - "Listen
a snappy musical

etroit) -"Adam
Comstock-Lest

and
mus-

Lists for Phi Beta Kappa Sent Out
Lists of the 819 members of the sen-,
ior class have been sent from the reg-
istrar's office to the members of the
faculty, for departmental recommend-
ation for Phi Beta Kappa, national
honorary fraternity. The grades and
recommendations received will be tab-
ulated during the spring vacation
from which records the members of
Phi Beta Kappa may select their
neophytes.
Ready to Serve
AT ANY TIK
Open from 11 a.m. to 12 pm.
Pot of hot tea and bowl of rice
PLAIN CHOP SUEY
as CENTS
CHINESE and AMERICAN Style
' Short Orders
SQu axi, Tun, Lo
013LMboertv St. IS
0 9T PR0O1
PITTER PATTER
GAR.RIcK
DETROITd
ADAM AND EVA

VVHIT NE
Saturday]T
STC U1JCIINGTh
- 3AUSICAL C(
.JOHN CORT
- OFFERS
THLATRE -N.Y. ;
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SUCCESS
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GOOK AND LY~RICS BY
HAP.RY L. COR -r ^MO
USIC B~Y MAROLDORLOO

'a

TODAY-

ONLY

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IN,

At (Detroit) -"Pitter Pat-
a peppy musical comedy,
Ernest Truex.

$2.00, Balcony $L004-1. 50
SELLING BY MAILf

TACATION

cease publica-
,e Spring vaca-
ue of Friday,

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7

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I Evenings- - 30c
Matinees - - 25c
2:00 - 3:30 7:00 - 8:30
gSunshine Comedy Universal NeW
tieepperg store cF
(a i L.spcrr-w whose
jborrowed Pivrnage
brought adv n*tre
~A 1!

make $100 spring
Davis, 408 National
nce. Phone 219.-

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Slowly but Surely

U

spring

Now Playing
BASIL KING'S

1XI

FA

THE AMUSEMENT CENTRE OF

ANNA

ring itself in all, phases of life

Powerful :story

LAST TIMES,

TODAY

Add Your V it

to the brightness that makes life
worth living, witha
New Suit that will stand the test

EARTHBOUND
IT LIFTS THE VEIL, BE-
TWEEN THIS WORLD
AND THE NEXT

for

Quality
Fit
Style
Workmanship

IT CROSSES
DER L IN E
UNKNOWN.

THE BOR-
O F ITH E

Madge Kennedy i
etTHE HIGHEST BIDDER"
--ADDED-
FATTY ARBUCKLE
In
eeRough HouIse"
jTOMORROW AND SATURDAY
REGINALD BARKER'S PRODUCTIC

J. KARL MALCOLM
LIBERTY at MAYNARD

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B U NTY

EAD MIEN TELL

NOTA LES"

PULLS

TH SII

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THE FAMOUS FILM
WITH THE BIG SHIP
EXPLO$ION IS AT THE

N. ',

Here's
of your

a nip of rare old Scotch that'll warm the cockles
heart!

An All-Star Cast-Leatrice Joy, 'Raymond Hattc
Cullen Landis, Russell Simpson, Casson Fergus
Edythe Chapman, Josephine Crolvell and othej

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u'

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r""'
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T
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"B'unty Pulls The Strings" is the first Scotch feature-size
comedy that has ever been put upon the screen.
The story of the resourceful little.S cotch girl who saved
her father from disgrace, married him off to an old sweet-
heart, captured her own "Weelum" and arranged a double
wedding at the price of one, is one 6f the funniest and
most delightful .comedies we have ever shown.
Added COMEDY
"TFRESH FROM TOE FARM"
COMING- APRIL 20, 21,. 22, 23

Tvn"
7]S

a
. fa. _

10

THE PICTURE WONDERFUL

Tomorrow

III

MAN

WOMAN

- MARI

DON11' 'T
mI ss

With Thrills,- Suspense, Mystery and Action
CIRYONE I8 TALKING ABOVT IT

1T

A SCENEMIC ELABORATION.

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