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April 22, 1921 - Image 7

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U UULLLUL. INUIWILIV
fellowships in 36 educa-
are open to women in the
universities of the Unitedl
irding to a statement re-
he Graduate school from
's Educational and Indus-

TODAY
Screen
Majestic-"The Call of Youth,"
a Hugh Ford production with
a cast of well known stars.
Oreadc--"Man, Woman, and Mar-
ri'age," with Dorothy Phillips.
Wuerth-Cor'rine Griffith in "It
Isn't Being Done This Season."
Orpheum-Mack Sennett's com-
edy, "Love, Honor, and Be-.
have.",
TIS WEED

'M

Reverend Strasen Speaks on Insane'
"Spiritual Life Among the Mentally
Benighted," was the subject of an ad-
dress by Rev. Carl Strasen, of Ply-
mouth, at St. Paul's Lutheran church
at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening.
The Reverend Strasen has spent sev-
eral years in missionary work among
insane asylums.
AD IAN-TECUMSEH-ANN ARBOR
Centrial Standard Time
Sun-

enty one fellowships are offered
cation, 49 in industrial research,
chemistry, 37 in social work, 28
guages, 27 in physics, 25 in the-!
24 in biology, 19 in agriculture,
history, 15 in engineering, 13 in
mics, and 12 in polticial science.
dition, there are 379 fellowships
d for which no definite subject is
the latter being chosen by the
r of the fellowship. Definite in-
tion regarding any of the fellow-
may be secured from the ap-
nent bureau, 264 B~oylston street,
in; Mass.
1 Crop Bratzil Nuts, 211c per
. Three jars Prune Fruit Jam,
Schultz Grocery, State SL.-Adv.

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NORTH Week
A.M.
Adrian-Main Corners........ 7:45
Tecumseh-Main Corners..8:25
Clinton-Main Corners.......58:45
Saline--Main Corners........ 9 X3
AnnArbor-Main & Huron... .10: :io
SOUTH P.M.
Ann Arbor-Huron & 4th Ave. 4:35
Saline-Alain Corners........ :zo
Clinton-Mlain Corners...6:00
Tecumseh--fain Corners..6:2o
Adrian-M \ain Corners........ 7-:o

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5 :50
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8:25
8:45
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1921 Crop Brazil Nuts, 23c ' per
pound. Three jars Prune Fruit Jam,
$1.00. Shultz Grocery, State St.-adv.
SPECIAL
White
Polo,
"Shirts
$2.2
Each
711'N. Vivivera ty Ave.

S H U B E R T G RR
DETROIT GDETROIT
F R A NC E SW H IT E VICENTE BLASCO 11
IN THe MUSICOMEDY 4H 0 R S E M E
JI MM I E"OTHE APOCALII
F~ cJw Admninist rations

I Stage
-Garrick (Detroit) - "The Four
IHorsemen of the Apocalypse."
Shubert (Detroit) -- Frances
White in the musical comedy,
I "Jimmie," with Ben Welch.

Students Lunch
409 Jefferson
High Class Food
Open 6 a.m. Close 11 p.m

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SUNDAY- MONDAY:- TUESDAY
~THE LA.ST OF,
THE MOHICANS"
A Mlaurice Tourneur Picture

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
,"ORINNE GRIFFITH
-IN-
"It Isn 't 3ieing Done This Season"

wh The Tu rkh.

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sh Cuarette~

EVERY' day more men are demanding tc
know the family history of their shirt
as they know that of their other clothes
They want to tie up with winners. They, ai{
scrapping their cab horses for" Man-o'-Wars.'
They are choosing Eagle Shirts as the most sat
isfactory they know-choosing them for thei
handsome, exclusive patterns; for the way the
hug the shoulders and drape to the waist; th
quality air of their tailoring; the centre plai
finished to the end of the skirt; the six-buttM
front that can't gap.
If you feel the need of a new shirt admir
istration, we'll be glad to give you the othc
reasons why you should switch to Eagle Shirt;

THE BEST
DRESSED
WOMAN OF
THE SCREEN

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We go 6000 m iles for the
Turkish tobacco
used in Murad--why ?
Because -Turkish has a taste-Turkish has a
mildness --Turkish has a- delight-far beyond all
cigarette tobaccos of all other lands-
Murad gives you real. enjoyment, and true
delight such as no Tobacco other than 100% Pure
Turkish Tobacco can give.
Facts ---Facts -FACTS-.'

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Next to W'uerth Theatre

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Tens of thousands of smokers
=tens of thousands of times-
have PROVEN this -
judge for' Yourself-!.

TH U EO H RETIt is great sport to have a real Turk fit you to a pair of slippers, accord-
ing to Corinne Griffith. There is romance in every move of the Oriental
in the experience of the star. Much of the action of this photoplay takes
place in Smyrna and offers a pleasing background for the gorgeous'
gowns worn by the star.

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FRIDAY

AND SATURDAY

Louis B. Mayer
Presents

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TODAY AND TOMORROW

"THE CALL
OF YOUTH"

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MAURICE,

A 'Paramount :Picture

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A great real life love story
staged 'in England's most
beautiful locations by a
master American director.
AHugh Ford Producion
Other Added Features
including COMEDY, NEWS
and ORCHESTRA

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.MAURICE TOURNEU1RV' d CL
The st lm - - r
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All her lie she had known luxury.
She married and missed it. £?nd
then sought the woman 's lvay out.

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