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May 10, 1921 - Image 7

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TODAY

- Screen
Majestic- Lionel Barrymore in
"Jim the Penman." Christie
comedy, Topics, and a travel
film.
Arcade--Mr. and Mrs. Carter De-
Haven in "The Girl in the
Taxi." "The Skipper's Scheme"
a. Toonerville Trolley comedy,
and Kinograms.
Wuerth - Agnes Ayres in "The
Furnace."
Orpheum- "It's a Great Life,"
from the story by Mary Rob-
erts Rinehart.

tions will cause delay in making ar-
rangements with the proper employ-
ers. The placement must be along
lines of the employment objectives
and those who are to follow this plan
should give their plans some consid-
eration. These students should turn
in a report on their line ,of action to
Mr. Campbell by Saturday afternoon
so he can make a report to the dic-
trict office when he visits Chicago the
first of next week.
Did you ever try using The Daily as
a Shopping Directory? Satisfaction is'
at your command if you patronize our
advertisers.-Adv.
Have you lost anything that you
prize very highly? The Classified
columns of The Michigan Daily are
always ready to serve you.-Adv.
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Representatives of the local labor
unions and officials of the employeers'
association have, as yet, reached no
agreement over the wage controversy
involving carpenters and electricians
at the new University hospital. The
workmen, who recently went out on
strike because of a reduction in their
wage from $1 to 80 cents an hour, re-
turned to work; with the old wage
scale in effect. However, conferences
are being held here at present to de-
termine the permanent outcome of
the dispute.
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.

NEW HOSPITAL WAE DISPUTE
STILL UNSETTLED; MEN BACK I

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We are making a specialty
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Tweeds.

-and Homespuns,

White Flannels

and Blue

Sport Coats

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THIS WEEK

WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY
REX BEACH'S
"The North Wind's Manie"

Season

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Stage
Garrick (Detroit)--"Four Horse-
men of the Apocalypse," from
the famous book by Vincent
Blasco Ibanez. A motion pic-
ture.
Shubert (Detroit)-D. W. Grif-
fith's latest great production,
"Way Down East," with all of
the Griffith stars.

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YACAIION PLANS OPEN
TO FEDERAL BOARD EN
MAY TAKE VACATION WITHOUT
PAY OR CONTINUE EDU-
CATION
Summer vacation plans for the men
in vocational training have been is-
sued by the Federal Board of Voca-
tional Education. According to the
plans there are three lines of action
,open to these men for the summer
months.-
The first plan is for the student to
take his vacation without pay, return
ing 'to school in the fall, or whenever
circumstances will permit. In this
case the status of the student is tem-
porarily discontinued and renewed on;
his return to school. By the second
plan, the student may continue his
school work during the summer. His
status remaining unchanged.
The third plan makes it possible for
the student to take .placement train-
ing during the summer months and
his status will be put as in placement
training. All men who desire to adopt
this plan should advise the board at
once so that they may be placed to the
best advantage as industrial condi-

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WEDNESDAY -THURSDAY
EUGENE O'BRIEN
- IN -
"Broadway and Home"

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SPWCAL,
ATTRACTI ON

THE LAST TIMES TODAY

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Marriage is like a Furnace
- -don't go near unless you
want to get burn't.

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to be a cosy woo
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Band

Concert

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GUSTAV HEIM, soloist, world's greatest trumpeter, now
with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra

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AGNES AYRES
HELEN DUNBAR '
THEODORE ROBERTS

Shows. at 7 and 9 o'clock

Tickets 55c

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Entire Pass List Suspended

Agnes Ayres in a New Role

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STARTING TOMORROW

1P LAYING the leading feminine role, that of Polly Vallance, the giddy
London show-girl, is Agnes Ayres. Her latest previous sensation was a
Paramount Picture, "Forbidden Fruit." Her aristocratic beauty has gained
for her a leading place among:film favorites.

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