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May 18, 1921 - Image 5

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______ ThEMICHIGAN DAILY

.

a ,.Thom-
)n. Also

"The

The Tex-
dy, "The
rnational

PORTRAIT OF DEAN VAUGHAN
IS GIFT OF SENIOR MEDIT4S
The senior medical class will pre-
sent, as its gift to the University, an
enlarged portrait of Dean Victor C.
Vauhan, of the Medical school. The
picture is of considerable size and
will be placed in the Medical building.
For its gift, the senior homoeop
class has also chosen a picture. It
will be a large frame picture includ-j
ing each individual in the class and
each member of the faculty. The pic-
ture is being completed flow and will
be hung in the Homoeopathic hospital.
Did you ever try using The Daily a9
a Shopping Directory? Satisfaction is
at your command if you patronize our
advertisers.-Adv.
I HUBER
DETROIT
WAY DOWN EAST
G A R R I C
D E T R O I T
I "Wedding, Bells"

STRAW HATS

TOM

SENNETS SPLITS
BANKOKS PANAMAS

' In a Tale of the Southwest

77,-

"THE TEXAN

TODAY
TOMOI

$3.5 0 and up

,dge Kennedy in
the Jazz Heart."
and Pathe Re-

..........

v
.h '.
'Y

Stage

Wadhams

co

Garrick (Detroit)-The Bons-
telle company in "Wedding
Bells," a comedy you'll like.

State

Str eet

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NORTHESTNE R
1UNIVE RSI T Y
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
LAW SCHOOL
(The oldest Law School in
Chicago)
Summer Session from Monday,
June 20 to Saturday, August 20.
Fall term begins Monday, Sep-
tember 26.
Candidates for a degree are re-
quired to present proof of sat-
isfactory completion of three
years of college study.
College graduates may complete
the law course in three academo-
ic years (27 months); for all
others four academic years (36
months) is required.
For bulletins and detailed infor-
mation, address Secretary of the
LaW School, Northwestern Uni-
versity Building, 31 West Lake
Street, Chicago, Ill.

Y'
EAST !

c

MEETS

AND BALANCE

OF THE WEEK

,1

The Funniest Thing you Ever Saw
But sh-h-h!- Fatty's a deteck-ativ! And you'll need
no magnifyig glass to find the laughs in this picture.

TH E Idol of the West in a sn
Singpicture of Texan love,
ats,- thrills, tenderfeet and
punchers.

SUNSHINE COMEDY

INTERNATIONAL

IS -

-a

Thos.

H.

Ince's

s
L
,

Great Drama of Life and Love

.Lying

Lip

f

S

S

WITH THE SOREEN'S MOST DISTINGUISHED ALL STAR CAST'

ithLIL'A LEE

House Peters and Florence

Vido

A CINEMA SPECTACLE THAT WILL SET THE CITY'ATALKING

f

Story by Walter Woods
Directed by James Cruze

NOTE
This is the pro-
duction that world-
famous personages
agree Is the screen'as
most faithful,' real-
istic drama of Life
as we know it.

Thrills, Secret Intrigues, Haunted Houses, a Beautiful Princess and Brave Prince kidnap-

ped by a Bunch of Anarchists at Midnight.

Then the Ghost appears and Our Hero posing

ADDED-

as a detective, turns out the Prince Charming!

Royal

Always The Woman!
THAT'S the cry of the World-ALWAYS,
the Woman! From dawn to dusk, through
bpckoning valleys of Romance to the final
hour of mortal judgment. Woman is placed
on the auction black to bear the burdens of
Destiny designed by the mind of man.
But there is a Reckoning, as inevitable as the
law of life, as sure as the bonds which brought
Nancy Abbott and Blair Cornwall t.riumphant
to the gates of eternal Life- -and Love.
In this story of women of the world, you will
open the innermost chapters of Humanity; you
Will see things that you have never seen be-
fore. You'll be thrilled and amazed over the
swiftly moving events which include spectac-
ular scenes seldom equaled even by the prow-
ess of the magic screen.
It's Thomas H. Ince's Greatest Production

UNIVERSALi
COMEDY
AND
PATHE NEWS

ALSO

EVENINGS

PRICES

By specialarran genient as a contrast of ability and wide range of variety Fatty will
appear in an add attraction-"His Wedding Night." The two produetions show
clearly that he is America's greatest truly oriInai Comedian.
OTHER NVELTIES -HUBB BEHAVE"

Main Floor ..........
alcon''...'........
Kiddles........--

SFilipino

Band

POPIULIR,
WREK DAY
MATLNEES
All Seats 25e
SHOWS AT

in new specialties. En-
tirely new numbers used.
Different from the first
half of the week.

2-8 :40-7-

CES - SHOWING AT 2:00 - 3:30 - 7:00 - 8:30.

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