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April 27, 1921 - Image 5

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FUHI MICHIGAN DAIL~ __

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TODAY

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S'TUDEN T PUJBLICATION S'
NOTICE

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Screen

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ffjestic Miriam Cooper in
"The Oath," an R. A. Walsh,
Production.
Arecade-"A Small Town Idol,"
with Ben Turpin and the Mack
Sennett beauties. Also com-
edy, Kinagrams, and a Bray
comic.
Wierth-Alice Joyce in "Cousin
Kate."

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ink of Your Mother May 8t1
Give her a gift that lasts

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GOLD BR~ CII PIKE
BAR PINT
SILVER WARE

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Managing editors and business
managers of The Michigan Daily,
Michiganensian, Gargoyle, Chines,
Students' Directory, Athletic pro-
gram, 'and the managing' editor. of
the Wolverine, and any other pub-
lication officers needed, will be
appointed for the ensuing year by
the Board in Control, of Student
Publications on Saturday, April 30,
1921.
Applications, in writing, for any
of these positions should be filed
with Miss Allen at. the ;Board in*
Control office in the Press build-
ing, not later than Thursday, April
28. Such application should con-'
tain a statement of the candidate's
previous experience, his special
qualifications, and any other facts
which might have some bearing
upon his candidacy.y
E. R. SUNDERLAND,
Business Manager of the Board in
Control of Student Publications.
PROF. THLIEHE TO' LECTURlE ON
"ILE BOURGEOIS GENT IL1IOMME"

lation that music and dancing have
with the plot. The talk will be given
in English and is open to the public.
Did you ever try using The Daily~ as
a Shopping Directory? Satisfaction is
at your command if you patronize our
advertisers.-Adv.
Daily Iadvertising will spell prosper-
ity for you.--Adv.

I SE'NlOJ
Seniors who
caps and gowns
do so at once
store.

RNOTICE
hiave, not
s are requ(
=at Georg(

Orplwum-Eva Novak
Torrent."
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men, of the Apocalypse," from
1 the famous book by Vincent
SBlasco Ibanez. A motion pic-
ture.
" Shubert (Detroit)-Eddie Cantor
" 125 other fun makers in the
I musical review, "Midnight
II Rounders."
Watanything? If you want what
rolwant, when you want it, use a
W'vant Ad in the Michigan Daily.-Adv.

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Prof. Hugo P. Thieme, of the rom-
ance language department, will give? a
lecture on "Le Bourgeoi's' Gentilhom-
me," the play to be given~, by the Cer-
cle Francais at 4:15 o'clock this aft-
ernoon in room 203, Tappan hall.
The lecture will deal with the plot
of_ the play, the characters, and the re-
DT.ROIT
EDDIE CANTOR
MIDNIGHIT ROUNBER$

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STARTING, TODAY

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(lourteous and satisfactory
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er. abother the aeoint h~ artm
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The Ann Arbor Sayings Bank
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and
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Tic~ CoMA IR notalIe st~age success t y C RLIU . 00OE
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Disappoints

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TITTLE'1

TODAY AND TOMORROW

"In The Oath' we see
d r ama outstripping in
power and humanness the
finest stage or screen ]as
ever given us."-Review.
"Scene after scene re-
veals the mnasterhand be-
hind 'The Oath.' Surely
evenl the captious will con-
cede this great." - Dis-

IS 'ALWAYS
CROWDED?

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4IL ICE

Joycg

SUGARBOWL
"0OME 'M7ADJ CANDY
ABSOLUTELY CLEAN
IIFSli' LIM~E IN THE CITY
E VERYTIf ING
MADI) N ANN ARBOR
LiGHIT I1UNCHES

in the picturization of the famous play

"Cousin Kate"

ANN ARBOR
SUGAR BOWL

'Don't.
Stay
Home
Tonight
For a
Mere
Chat !

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Miriam Cooper,

- A DESIRE
F611 ANY TYPE OF DANCING
may easily be satisfied at%
MLLE.
JEANETTE KRUZSKAIS
DANCING S!UDO,.
AESTHETIC DAN ING
SOFT SHOE DANCING
TOE DANCING
BALL ROOM DANCING
We aim to make you graceful.
In addition to knowing" steps
Instructors
MLLE. KRUZSKA
PHILIP MILLER, '23
Studi"-24 E. Huron St.
Phone 2308-B

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W HO wouldn't love to hold hands with
Alice Joyce? Gilbert Emery ireports
he found it very enjoyable
JNfact thes cene becarne so realistic that
Mrs. Sydney Drew, the director, had to
bring the happy couple back to earth.

Henry Clive

4E> N 'CR'ES

A? screen version of the stage

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