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May 17, 1921 - Image 7

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ION"l
FOR

IE TREAT
TODAY

ERS

ers' as-
the Un-
abers of
* repre-
Guild of
. This
Jay and
acert by
go Sym-
ay eve-

'

Screen
Majestic -Topics. "Moonshine,"
a Mermaid comedy with "Ham"
Hamilton. Douglas McLean in
"The Home Stretch." "The
Famous Filipino Seven," and,
Elliot Dexter in "The Witching
Hour."
Arcade - William S. Hart in
"O'Malley of the Mounted,"
Mack Sennett comedy and Kiflo-
grams.
Wuerth - Mary Pickford in
"Through the Back Door."
Jimmy Aubrey comedy.. The
latest Fox News, and Wuerth
orchestra.
Orpheum--Harry Carey in "If
Only Jim," Goldwyn comedy,,
and Pathe Review.
THIS WEEK

i

Fresh Lit Dues Payable Today
Members of the 1924 literary class
who have not paid their class dues
will be given an opportunity to do so
from 8 to 4 o'clock today and Thurs-
day at the booth in University hall.
All dues must be paid before a mem-
ber of the class will be able to attend'
the annual dance, which will be held
May 27.
Miss Mary F. Minnis, Chiropodist,
formerly with Mack and Co., will be
at the Saunder's Hair. Shop, Tuesday
of every Aweek.Phone 2673-M for ap-
pointments,-Adv.
Grosvenor's Qrchestra-Clever con-
binations of four to seven pieces. Call
2010.-Adv.
Let a classified ad find that lost ar-
ticle.-Adv.'

Ask for the
The Smart Looking, Popular Shoo
for CAMPUS
Mad CLASS ROOM
Ideal, All Round College Shoe
Same High Qality as the
TOM LOGAN GOLF SHOE
If your dealer cannot aupply you
write us for catalog and prices
THOMAS RLOGAN COMPANY
Hudson. Mass.

TRU:BEY
Home-made Candies
and Box Candies
Discount on Box Candies
218 S. MAIN STREET
Phone 166

GAD
"Weddit

S H U B E
DET R 0
WAY DOWN~

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HERE

0

oon

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'uild of Or-
,rt were Ed-
ek, Harrison
L. Renwick,
'cival Davis,
by registra-

Electric Fans for
the warm days to

"Hero of Romance" in

Come-

Uj

ening
recital

Arthur;
at the

Prgram

Stage
Garrick (Detroit)-The Bons-
telle company in "Wedding
Bells," a comedy you'll like.
Shubert (Detroit)-D. W. Grif-
fith's latest great production,
"Way Down East," with all of
the Griffith stars.

Telephone 273

Washtenaw Electic

Shop
200 East Washington

St~r ee t

'I

atory, on "Ear Train-
tion to Instrumental
" -and the other" by
hin, of Lo's Angeles,
New Methods for the
ny." At 7 o'clock,

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School of

TODAY ONLY

aing's program con-
by the Girls' Glee
a of the high school
.e final rehearsal of
cert for the Friday
aance of the May
a'clock, and a bus-
[:30. There will be

DOUGLAS

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MAC LEAN

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at t

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all

e Matinee Musicale of Ann
erence ends with the first
e of the May Festival ser-
h tickets will be provided
nbers.
SKS STUDENTS AID
iEEPING UP DIAMOND
ion of students in pre-
appearance of the Var-
11 diamond on Ferry field
ted yesterday by Coach
.statement relative to the
athletic property, pointed
)mmunication from P. Gr.
thletic director, printed in
Daily.
to Coach Fisher, the
s of men using the ground
ruined the grass back of
late, and some have even
the diamond when wear-
shoes. He believes that
attention of the students
ter will insure a greater
o damage the field or hin-
sity athletes in their work
re.
fUST PAY DUES IN
R TO ATTEND BA-NQUET
'ho wish to attend the class
.st pay class dues at once,
>se who have settled this
be given the privilege of

in a romance that starts on a big city race track and
speeds through country lanes to love. A hundred
thrills to every lap and a neck-and-neck finish.

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P _ °

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".TheHor ren_
"Honeybloom wins !-wins! Come On! Come On ! "-The yelling,
clawing crowd had gone stark mad. The great brave bay that Johnny owned
--and loved-and backed with his last red copper, had leaped up-and up
-ahead! Was stretching out now for the wire when-
A startled sudden hush! A little toddling figure on the track! Then a
man-Johnny! And his winner jerked up, fell-and lost!
But Johnny won more that day than a horse race! And you who love
to laugh and meet real folks, and to feel in your heart the glow of big, fine
things that at times well up in a tear,-see this glorious romance and go homer
happy.

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AF M W

IN

LAST TIMES TODAY
F;

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Big

Special

Feture

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ON.E OF
VAUDE.

TILLUS
BEST
VARIETIES
Appearing
at all per-
formances.
SHOWS
START
AT
2:00, 3:40,
7:00, 8:45

NATIVE
AND
POPULAR
MELODIES
ON
STRING
INSTRU-
MENTS
PRICES:
Balcony, 30c
Main Floor,
40c
Boxes, 0c
Popular Week,
Day Matinees
All seats, 25c

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In order to give more members of
the graduating class opportunity to
attend, the class treasurer will be in
the booth in University hall from 11
to 12 o'clock Wednesday, and from 1
to 3 o'clock Thursday. Checks may
be mailed to J. E. McManis, at 1351
Washtenaw avenue.M

"MAWCV

ROYAL FILIPINO BAND
30 MINUTES OF HAUNTING MELODIES

r QEANERS'
LIIone 6Z& ,rO

Distilled Fun
With a Punch
in It.
A Mermaid
Comedy
in Two. Reels

ALSO
" MOONSHINE"
with
LLOYD HAMILTON
(YOUR OLD FRIEND "H1AM")

There's a Laugh
in every
Ray of Moon-
shine here

can no more prow up than
Peter Pan and that is wh4
"THROUGH THE
BACK DOOPJ
Dlrection by Jak Pick frd and Alfred F.GrCC
=enrio Mrion Fdirfax Photography L1harles Posher
is just the type of charm-
ny pictureThat you want to
see her in AA the kind that
made her famous A. brimful of
heat interesfJntenslu effectiv

WHERE FUN SPARKLES MORE THAN "MOUNTAIN DEW"
TOPICS MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA
COMING WEDNESDAY
Vivid Drama of
Thos, H. Ince's,. Life and Love LYING LIPS"1

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