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May 14, 1921 - Image 5

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THE

L lCHIIGAN

DAILY

THE ICHIAN DILY AfF ' WWU,

fI ENGIN~EERS SET MAY 17
AS DATE OF ANNUAL OUTING

S U 6 WAY DOWN EAST I

dramatic
ra comn-
dames in
the final

wn before this
srisen from ob-
among the finest
st December he
Otello with the
any and scored a
him the sensa-

Sophomore engineers will hold their
annual outing Tuesday, May 17, on the
Edison company's property at Barton
Dam. The entire class will assemble
at 5 o'clock on Tuesday afternoon at
the enginering arch and go in a body
to the dam.
Ball games, races,, srnok~s, eats,
and a variety of other entertainments
will be furnished the large gathering
of engineers which is expected to at-
tend.
Miss Mary F. Minnis, "Chiropodist,
formerly with Mack and Co.,' will be
at the Saunder's Hair Shop, Tuesday
of every week. Phone 2673-M for ap-
pointments.-Adv..

f

G-ARR ICK
DETROIT
VICENTE BLASCO IUANEZ
WORSE MEN
OF THEAPOCALY."PS9

ARCAD

THE BANK F SERVICE
Commercial banking in all its Branches.
Savings Departmenit and Safety Dep~~ Vaults.
Exchange on All P< is of the WVorid.
A. B. A. T'ravelers' Checks.
FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK

EV%

A Gale of Fun
in the Offing!

101.103 So. maian St.

W3 SO. State St., (INickels.

Member of the Federal Reserve System.

triumph placed him at
greatest singers of to-
s did not come by any
ie, but was developed
g under great masters,
ad with Lombardi, Sr.,

-AMMUMIL
vim,

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Last T

iers, and while
ssful appearances
rkey, Russia, and
:s of his European
aduate course that
D return home and
while."
ce is a tenor that
rous upper range
quality. It has I
s power, and a
ace. It is undeni-
Rtest voices of to-1

.TODAY

ONLY

An

ing b:

ALLAN DWVAN
PRODUCTION

Y

"THE SCOFFER"

AT THE THEATERS
TODAY

F or his Un
twelve mon
And when
you'll wan
extravagami
But as for
=-holy Ma

cyce Samuel, he worked i
nths for a dollar.
you see what he did-
it Sam locked up for
ce!i
laughs and excitement
oses!
COMING -WEDNESDAY

~7

I

E~lWART PICTURES
Presents
WILLAM D.
'TAYLOR'Sa
WROPU C TI ON
OF
SOUL
OF
YOUTHi
Juli'a Crawford ints.

A,

F

Screen
arlie Ray
ninl' Hole."

in "The
Comedy

News.

Anita Stewart in "Sow-
eWind."* Comedy and
ams.
"The Soul of Youth," a
special. Also Vanity
'aids comedy and Pathe

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rpiheum-"T]
len Dwan p:
comedy a
News.
TI

arrick (Dati
men of the
the famous
Blasco Ibai

he Scoffer," an Al-
roductlon. Christie
and International
IS FEES
Stage
,roit)-"Four Horse-
Apocalypse," from
s book by Vincent
nez. A motion pic-
troit) -D. W. Grif-
it great production,
n East," with all of
1stars.

The wife of' one' man-
the mate of, another. s
SA drama of the Big Northj
-- with James Kirkwood,
'Ward Crane, and ?
Mary Thurman.
SA FIRST NATIONAL~
l~r ATTRACTION
- -
-

PRUN ER'S
WE AGAIN BRING TO YOUR ATTENTION THE IMPORTANCE -OF
IBUYING YOUR WINTER'S' FUEL AT THE EARLIEST DATE AS
DELAY MAY MEAN HIGHER PRICES. WE RESPECTFULLY: SO-
LICIT YOUR VAL4UED INQUIRIES FOR ALL GRADES OF ANTHRA-
CITE AND SOFT COAL AND SOLVAY COKE.

THE CAST
SLILA LEE' JUDGE BEN LINDSE
~LEWIS SARGENT WMS. COLLIER, J'
SSenior Swing-Out Moving Pictures shown exclusively at
WUERTH all this week, at every performance.

4

THE PRUNER COAL CO,

OFFICE 124 EAST HURON
Phone Office 1950 F-1 Yard 1950F-2

p

1',

NO
IN

ice Night, the
ionic Temple,
invited:-AMy,

p

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. omir

I

ONLY

She had solvn
What was the
~ towbe?

the wind--t:
whirlwind'

-

Because she owed a
daughter's debt to a
woman of w ho m
men had tired, jshe
t ookist he plunge.
The different drama of a
4stage star's love'

4
4
4

PIK-FORD
1 in her latest Production
TITROUGLI
TTE 1BACKDPOOP.
Dtrecton,.bqJacV Pick{ord.,4 Alf rd F Grccn
Scenar o Maron .Fair APhoio~raphijby
OCr0es fPosher,
recairs t us how warm
and real and lovable and
divine a thine it isfto be
just human and happ

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The open door to the life
that the revellers know.

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TIC A First National
Attraction,
Added 'DUMMY L oV E!''.Comedy
. Ii'OGRAMS - ARCABE ORCHESTRA

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t"O'MALLEY OF

SVNDAY
H ART fn
THE MOUNTED,

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