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May 07, 1921 - Image 5

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Holy
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Prof. Melville Madison Bigelow,
'66L, legal authority of international
repute, in charge of the post gradui-
ate course at Boston Unlversiy law
school, died Wednesday at the age of
74.
He was dean of the law school in
Boston from 1902 until 1911 and was
the only survivor of the first faculty
of the school. Dr. Bigelow was born
in Eaton Rapids, Mich., graduating
from the University of Michigan be-
fore he was 20. He received his Ph.D.
from Harvard in 1879, and LL.D. from
Northwestern in 1896.
His legal works are used through-
out the country, and when the Cam-
bridge Modern History was published,
he was one of the few Americans ask-
ed to contribute. He was the author
of many authoritative works and a
member of -numerous societies.
Prof. Henderson Speaks ut Howell
Prof. "William D. Henderson, of the
University extension service, delivered
an address before the Fathers. and
Sons banquet last evening at, Howell.
U.3e the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buvers.-Adv,
S H UBERT
®-ETRO1T
EDDIE CANTOR
MIDNIGHT ROUNDERB
4ViCENTE BLASCO IAN EZ
OF THE APOCALYPSE

Whitney Theatre
Last Times Today-
Matinee and Night
D. W. GRIFFITH'S
GREATEST MASTERPIECE

ESTABLISHED 1818
MADISON AVENUE COR. FORTY-FOURTH STREET
NEW YORK
Telcphone Murray Hill 88o0
Our representative will be at the
HOTEL STATLER, DETROIT
To-day
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'with samples of Ready-made Clothing
Furnishings, Hats and Shoes
for Spring
Send for "Clothes and the Hour"

BO'STON
ThEMONTCOR. 9O'rLS'rOt

NEWPORT
220 BULLKVUB AVE#EUF

THIS WEE

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"The Greatest Spectacle Ever Seen on Land or Sea."
--N. Y~. Globe.
PRICES: Nighl-50c to $2.00. 3fatinee-50c to $1.50.
NOTE :-Owing to length and cost "WaylDown, East" will never be siomn
at less thian First: Class Theatre Prices.

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Apocalypse," from
book by Vincent
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TODAY AND TOMORROW

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ear a carnation on Mother's Day.
Iand White paper ones sold 'for
by Business Girls' Club this P.
on State and Main Sts.--Adv.

LAST TIMES TODAY
JOSEPH M. SCHENCK 'presentis

"THE SLIM PRINCESS

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NORMA

TA LMADGE

Yo ur Own Way?9

Brushes in your home town or elsewhere ,during summer.

Good Money-Making Proposition.
/E
L'1268 BETWEEN 6:15, AND
OR WRI'TE 1Q07 E.. HURON

ash the Spanish beauty for whose smiles men fought,
in. Jacinto Benavente's vivid play
The PASSION FLO WER
You'll tmile with her, smiles, sob with her sobs,
love with her love, hate with her hate.
DIRECTED BY HERBERT BRENON
TOMORROW, MONlDAY, TUESDAY
CARTER DEHAVEN presents
Mr. and Mrs.

AQCORD ING to the
tastes of the State of
Morovenia, fat ┬░girls were
beauties and thin girls freaks.

"The Land of. the Fatted Calf." That's what the young.
called Morovenia,' where every girl weighed 200 pounds,

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little 100 pc
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nlest.

7:15'

more,

CHRISTIE COMEDY

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ENGRAVING'
ORDER NOW.
LEAVE YOUR ORDER FOR
VISITING GCARD.S
Plate and 100 cards $3.00 and'up
Reprinting 100 cards $2.00
10 per cent discount on all orders received before May 10

Carter Do Haven
Burning Laughing Gas that Will Cure
Any Crank-Case

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17' Nick els Arcade>

TH-E LAST TIMES TODAY

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THE MOTHER OF'"HUXiORESQITE"
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"The greatest Lol
Dedicated to the. one to whom we turn
in sorrow or in' joy-r- our mother!

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LASTS TIMES TODAY

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MAE MURRAY
The eautiful Follies Dancer.

From the opening until the final fade out you wvill gasp
for the next laugh. The greatest mirth provoker the,
have ever produced.- I

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for breath
DeHavens

-IN-"

rehlvn oGilded 'Lily"~
ADDED ATTRACTIONS
"STUFFED LIONS"
]PAT E NEWS
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA

#1

Play by STANISLAUS STRANGE
Direc ted by LLOYD INGRAHAM

A FIRST

NATIONAL .ATTRACTION

A MAGNIFICENT PORTRAYAL OF MOTHERHOOD
V ERA GORDON is magnificent as the mother who with
infinite pains builds up the. fortunes of her family,
only to see them topple over when she believed her work
was accomplished, and she could pass the remaiuder of
her life in peace and 'prosperity.
THE SCREEN'S, GREATEST MOTH.
THE GREATEST PRESENTATION'
.OF
THE GREATEST THEME!

AND ANOTHER TOONERVILLE SPECIAL

"THE SIPPER'S SCHEME"
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