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May 19, 1921 - Image 7

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-05-19

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Rare Books Displayed at Alumni Hall
s Rare copies of old books and mis-
e cellaneous manuscripts will be on dis-
- play in the gallery of Alumni Mem-'
y orial hall this afternoon. These books'
and manuscripts have been brought1
- by A. M. Todd, 'of Kalamazoo, to be,
d shown here in s connection with the
- Todd collection of paintings.
-
l- Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

FOUR BALI, TEAMS FORMED
BY UNIVERSITY EMPLOYEES
Campus baseball fever is not con-
fined to University students. The
latest victims of the malady are the
employees of the. buildings and
grounds department, who have organ-
ized a four team playground baseball
league. The teams are the plumbers,
electricians, grounds men and store-
house men.
The first game, between the plumb-
ers and electricians, resulted in a 14
to 13 victory for the electricians, after

AT THE THEATERS
TODAY

pro

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FREE
ae to be used
ctured by the

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Cot
must b4
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office

lltllllIllIlllIllill1I111! 12 innings. Batteries were: Plumi
' Bevier and Nowlin; electrici
$10.00 =1 einmaun and Hines.
for the following jGuild Breakfast Spot Remains Se
Ann Arbor Dairy = All members of the Wesleyan g
are invited to meet at the Methc
church at 6 o'clock Saturday morn
Her for an open air breakfast. The p
tage Cheese for the breakfast is being kept at
ret until Saturday morning when
e accompanied by i members will go in a body. It will
e. be necessary to bring food as thisn
by 5:30 Sat. p. m. ter is being taken care of by 'the (
mittee. Those having 8 o'clock ci
Cy es will be able to get back in time
Company= these classes.
Phone 423
For Phil Diamond's Orchestra,
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call

Screen
Majestlc-"Lying Lips," a Thom-
as H. Ince production. Also
comedy and news film.
Arcade-4'atty Arbuckle in "The
Dollar a Year Man," Comedy
and Kinograms.
Wuerth--Tom MAX in"The Tex-
an." Sunshine comedy, "The
Big Secret" and International
news.
Orpheum - Madge Kennedy in
"The Girl with the Jazz Heart."
Vanity comedy and Pathe Re-
view.
THIS WEEK
Stage
Garrick (Detroit)--The Bons-
telle company in "Wedding
Bells," a comedy you'll like.
Shubert (Detroit)-D. W. Grif-
ith's latest great production,
"Way Down East," with all of
the Griffith stars.

11

The spirit of Ja,

ous, uncontaln
to life upon th
k / s/'T~ You'll love it.
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to

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RECREATION TRAINING SCHOOL
OF CHICAGO
(Successor to Recreation bept.
Chicago School of Civics and Philan-
One year course in Recreation and
New School of Dramatics and Pag-
eantry. 800 S. Halsted St., (Hull
House), Chicago.
thropy)
S H U B ERT
WET ROIT
WAY DOWN EAST

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SAMUEL C

DAY, FRID.

AND

SATURDAY

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

sres ts
WHGE KE
24IRLWITH M-3

,

G A R R I C K
DETROIT
.Wedding Belis"

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Tlios. H. Ince 's
Great Drama of Life and Love

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Lying

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WITH THE SCREEN'S MOST DISTINGUISHED ALL STAR CAST

House Peters and Florence

v1.

957,

A CINEMA SPECTACLE THAT WILL SET THE CITY A=TALKING

LA LEE

'alter Woods
James Cruze

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

Always The Woman!
THAT'S the cry of the World-ALWAYS,
the Woman! From dawn to dusk, through
beckoning valleys of Romance to the final
hour of mortal judgment. Woman is placed
on the auction block to bear the burdens of
Destiny designed by the mind of man.

UNIVERSAL
COMEDY
AND
PATHE NEWS

ALSO

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

a Bunch of Anarchists at Midnight.

Then the Ghost appears and Our Hero posing

-ADDED-

PRICES
EVENINGS

turns out the Prince Charming!

,

Royal

By special arrangement as a contrast of ability and wide range of variety Fatty will
appear in an added attraction-"Hlis Wedding sight:' The two productions show
clearly that lie is America's greatest truly original Comedian.
OTHER NOVELTIES - "HUBBY BEHAVE"

Filipino

f

Band

But there is a Reckoning, as inevitable as the
law of life, as sure as the bonds which brought
Nancy Abbott and Blair Cornwall triumphant
to the gates of eternal ife-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

Main Floor........
Balcony.........
Kiddies...........
POPULAR

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

WEEK DAY
MATINEES
All Seats 25c
SHOWS AT
2-3:40-7---8:45

AT 2:(

- 7:00 - 8:30.

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