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CANTOR
ROUNDERS

AR RI.c K
D E T R O f T
ICENTE 93LASCO IBANEZ
HORSEMEN
7F THE APOCALYPSE

At the regular meeting of the Wes-
leyan guild at the Methodist church
Sunday night officers were elected for
the coming year. Edward T. Rams-
dell, '23, ,was elected president; Les-
lie Bettison, '22M, vice-president; Ruth
Iing, '23, secretary, and Robert New-
combe, '23, treasurer.
Did you ever try using The Daily as
a Shopping Directory? Satisfaction is
at your command if you patronize our
advertisers.-Adv.

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PROFESSOR EINSTEIN
E THEATERS l NOT TO SPEAK HERE
TODAY
Definite information to the effect
Screen that Prof. Albert Einstein will not
ae Murray in "The speak here was received by Dean A.
y." Pathe News and H. Lloyd, of the Graduate school, yes-
a] comedy. terday. The well known German sci-
entist is scheduled to lecture this week
rorma Talmadge in at the University of Chicago and au-
sion Flower." Holy thorities here have attempted to per-
medy, Bray comic, suade him to stop off in this city on
grams. his way to or from Chicago and give
a University lecture.
nway Tearle in "So- The telegram received from his
bs." Sunshine com- his headquarters in Chicago states,
Simps" and Univer- that lack of time makes an appearance
in Ann Arbor out of the question but
an invitation is extended to the Uni-
om Moore in "The versity of Michigan faculty to attend
ident"Christie com- his Chicago lectures.

whetner they can be conveniently
amined at the same time. Those 'y
receive appointments by letter a
urged also to keep them, as in ti

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FRIDAY -- SATURDAY
VERA GORDON
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edy, "Naughty Mary Brown,"
and -n episode of "Velvet,
Fingers."
THIA WEEK
Stage
Varrick (Detroit)-"Four Horse-
men of the Apocalypse," from
the famous book by Vincent.
Blasco Ibanez. A motion pic-
ture.
Shubert (Detroit)-Eddie Cantor
125 other fun makers in the,
musical review, "Midnight
Rounders."

SECOND YEAR MEIN TAKE
PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS
Examinations, of sophomores and all
other men now attending the Univer-
sity for the second year have been
started at the Health service and will
be continued in alphabetical order un-
til the list is exhausted, according to
Dr.,W. E. Forsythe, director. It is ex-.
pected that all men will be examined
before the end of May, as appoint-
ments, are being mailed out to the
second year men at the rate of 50 a
day.
Dr. Forsythe urged that men who
are at the Health service receiving
medical attention should inquire

In a Goldwyn Picture

"THE PaEI7 .J E
There's a love story in "The Great Ac
that's as sweet and as tender as eve
story should be. Come and see Torn
in his very best part.

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Whito ey *Theater
3 Days )Com. Thursday Night#A.
tMats-Friday and Saturday

CONWAY TEARLE
IN A HOBART HENLEY PRODUCTION

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ter, tomorrow a duke. Such was
ituation in which Lorenzo Carilo
f course he was not really a Duke,
to beat the society snobs at their

' J TALE OF I
///4 K .AND LOVERS IN A
ART FORM COMBI]
D,.AMAPAIN'I
POE T IPT AND M
Has tal.en America ,byE
Proc1a imeadL an E ihth Ar
A Pinrztion ebdyinG the -stori
famouLs Pla of the same title a
selected rchestra o Smymphon I
*W thundering down the ages because it 1s so
8(%.8 S ton
SrTU eatest, specticle ever seen on lancL o
11..J!NOte-Owin to host,1ength of production ands ronIoot
.'Ta DowaEas nevcr wi' Ie sown at leis than first class the
PLICE& :-

HA MANSFIELD
lectation of, the debutante, wears
ming creations for street, evening
Nothing can be daintier than her
s of embroidered chiffon nor smarter

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t heBeauti fulFTo llies Dancer
In an Ultra-Sensational Story of a Girl Whose Flash and Folly and a Gay
Life Hid a Heart of Gold.

She was New York's
est, most daring dancer.
two men loved her.

gay-
And

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But one loved the tinsel and
the glamour-the other loved
the real girl.
Their conflict makes a dra-
ma of unequalled power and
beauty. Scenically one of the
most gorgeous pictures ever
made, and Miss Murray's big-
gest triumph since "On With
the Dance."

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By night, a glittering salamander, she lived o
lights of Broadway.
By, day, a simple-hearted, wholesome girl.
sweet as any that raised their brows at her
And has good always.
The why of it all is a story you'll thrill to see.
Bv CLARA BERANGER
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