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April 28, 1921 - Image 7

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MICHIGAN ADMIRED
IN WEST--VEASEY

Prof. H. J. VanCleave, of the Uni-
a practically versity of Illinois, will be at the camp
nue to come investigating parasitology, and Pro-
eorge R. La- fessor LaRue will also carry on inves-
'artment, for tigations in this field.
'gy summer In the last few days applications
have been received from as far away
An effort is as New York City and Florida. The
cate the ex- present camp limit is 38 students, but
aRue stating it is probable that this number will
>uld do well be extended.

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AT THE THEATERS
TODAY
Screen
Majestic - Miriam Cooper in
"The Oath," an R. A. Walsh
production.

Annour

Arcade--"A Small Town
with Ben Turpin and-the
Sennett beauties. Also
edy, Kinagrams, and a
comic.

Idol,"
Mack
com-
Bray

FRIDAY - SATURDAY
MARY PICKFORD
- IN -
"THE LOVE LIGHT"

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Wuerth-Alice Joyce in "Cousin
Kate."
Orpheum-Tom Moore in "Stop
Thief."

THIS WEEK

"Michigan has a large number of
followers in the West who are- boost-
ing the University and who are glad
to do all they can to aid in its pro-
gress," said James A. Veasey, '02L, .of
the Oklahoma bar and general counsel
for the Carter Oil company, in an in-
terview yesterday. "The people of the
West consider Michigan as one of the
strongest schools in the country."
Mr., Veasey was exceptionally im-
pressed with the size of the Union and
the comforts and advantages which it
has to offer. He compared the way in
which the Union brings the students
together now with the time when he
was in school. Then the only time a
class would meet it would be for an
election of officers. "At that time the
Union idea had not even been thought
of," he said.
Mr. Veasey is considered an author-
ity on oil and gas laws and is giving
a series of lectures on law relating to
oil and oil wells at 4:05 o'clock daily
in room G of the Law building,
Princeton Alumni Will Ue6t Lectures
Princeton is now planning to pursue
her students with education, even
though they have received their diplo-
mas, by mailing transcripts of the best
lectures delivered at Princeton by the
members of the. Princeton faculty.
However, only those lectures contain-
ing new ideas will be selected for dis-
tribution.

Because of1
' SOPH LIT INF
Sophomores only.
Soph Lits ar
mittance will be b3
While they last, ti
(in A. M.), at ti
THE1V
r.

the demand for tickets by Sophoni
FORMAL DANCE tickets will b
*e urged to procure tickets TODA'
y ticket only, and there are only 215
ickets may be purchased at Library
he Union, and at Wahr's.
IUSIC STARTS AT 2:3
PUNCH WILL BE SERVED

ES TQDAY

amuel Coldwyn resents
HARRIS notable stage success ly CARLYLE MOORE
Directed by
Harry Beaumoot

L

Stage
Garrick (Detroit)-"Four Horse-
men of the Apocalypse," from,
the famous book by Vincent
Blasco Ibanez. A motion pic-
tire.
Shubert (Detroit)-Eddie Cantor
125 other fun makers in the
musical review, "Midnight
Rounders."

PROGRAMS and INVITATIC

Our SPECIALTY

"Everything in Printing"

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a'.t 'a.

Zoological Club Meets Tonight
Papers on special problems relating.
to fishes will be read at a meeting of
the Zoological Journal club at 7:30
o'clock tonight in room Z 231 of the
zoologiscal laboratory. 1,Two of! the
three talks will deal with phenomena
of evolution among particular species
of fish.
S HUBERT
DIETROIT
EDDIE CANTOR
MIDNIGHT ROUNDERS
iI
GARRICK
DETROIT
VICENTE BLASCO IBANEZ
HOR SEMEN
OF THE APOCALYPSE
-Ig

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MAYER-SCHAIRER
112 S. MAIN STREET PHON

TODAY AND REST OF THE WEEK

SHOULD

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JEW and GENTILE
tMARRYri

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l ar y
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k
A HODKINSON SPECIAL
A Special That Never

WHERE

YOU

SEE

Disappoints

THE

SPECIALS'

LAST TIMES TODAY

THAT

NEVER

9ILICE

JOY CE

DISAPPOINT
COMINC SUNDAY
"THE SPENDERS"

Here is the answer told in a
strikingly sensational manner
"In 'The Oath' we see
d r a m a outstripping in
power and humanness the
finest stage or screen has
ever given us."-Review.
"Scene after scene re-
veals the masterhand be-
hind 'The Oath.' Surely
even the captious will con-
cede this great." - Dis-
patch.
The .DISTINCTIVE

J

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in the picturization of the famous play

"Cousin Kate

A HOOKINSON SPECIAL

^(.

Don't

Stay
Home
Tonight
Fora

United Cigar
Store Prices .
16oz. Prince Albert,
Velvet, Edgeworth,

' I

DRAMATIC

PRESENTATION

}Adapted from the.
"Idols" by Win. J.

novel
Locke

'
.s
a,
;
$. .
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' '

rU

Serene
$1.45 Jars $1.60

.

Lord Salisbury 100s
Tins $1.00

ins

Omars

100s in Tins
$1.15

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Shelton Pipes

$1.25

1

WHO wouldn't love to hold hands with
Alice Joyce? Gilbert Emery reports
he found it very enjoyable.
TN fact the scene became so realistic that
Mrs. Sydney Drew, the director, had to
bring the happy couple back to earth.

W. D. C. Milans, Italic
$3.50
Real Congo Pipes 50c
Pollack Stogies Dry
Slitz 5 for 20c
Porto Rican Cigars all
Sizes
Come in and get acquainted
118 East Huron Street

WITH

Conway Tearle

Miriam C

Anna Q. Nilsson
AND OTHER STARS

Henry C

-een version of the stage success
famous by Ethel arrymore

OTHER FEATL

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