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May 21, 1921 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-05-21

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.H1YU IYIN11i U nlif I
TIN AND GREEK WORKS
E UP COLLECTION IN
ALUMNI HALL

placed on exhibit in the upper gallery
of Alumni Memorial hall.
In one case there is an "Ancient
Lectionary of the Greek Church" which
was printed at Lemburg, Poland, in
1690. This book is in Greek, and in
its original velvet binding with silv-
er alloy ornaments which are engrav-
ed with biblical settings.

I

I books, Latin and Greek man-
and a tenth century Koran
g the features of a collection
bert Todd, of Kalamazoo, has

Latin manuscripts on vellum and il-
luminated in blue and gold are shown
in another group. Among these are
Virgil's "The Eclogues," and the "Ae-
neid," Cicero's "De Legibus." There is
also a fourteenth century manuscript

on "The New Constitution of Justin-
ian."
Bird books are displayed in another,
case. These include books on birds of
Australia, the Trockilidae, and Birds
of Paradise.
A Koran "written at Medinah at the
Garden of the, Prophet in the year A.
H. 964" is shown in its original binding
of brown leather with gold ornaments.
This book was shipped to England in
separate groups of sheets -by an Ar-
menian in order to avoid its being
held back by the authorities. Another
Koran of the seventeenth century is
also on display.
CORRECTION
The date for the R. 0. T. C. banquet
apipeared incorrectly in yesterday's
Daily. It should have been given as
Wednesday, May 25.
Increase your business by adretrtis-
ing in The Michigan Daily.-Adi.
H UB ERT
WAY DOWN EAST

Ambulance Men to Honor Sikes
Members of the United States army
ambulance service will give a lunch-
eon at 12 o'clock today at the Union
in honor of Chase Sikes, '16, who was
the soloist at the May Festival yester-
day. Sikes was one of the organizers
of the University ambulance unit.
RELIABLE SALES PEOPLE WANT-
ED. See Michigan Finance Corpora-
tion advertisement in the Classified
section of this. paper.-Adv.
Something new in brogue oxfords-
not too much fancy work to spoil them
-$10. Davis Toggery Shop, 119 So.
Main St.-Adv.
The Upper Room Bible Class will
hold its regular weekly meeting this
evening at 7 o'clock in the "Upper
Room" of Lane Hall. The class will
be dismissed in time for those who
wish wish to attend the Hill Auditor-
ium Concert. Edwin Beresford will
play a cornet solo. All University 'men
welcome.-Adv.
G A R.R ICK
DETRgIT
"Wedding Bells"'

Resolve

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to commence a course in Stenography, Secre-
tarial Training, Accounting or Commercial
Teaching.

701

Next July or 0
There are many reasons why the
dent should take up one of our coi
or call for information.

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Hamilton Business Col

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State and William Sts.

Ann Arbor.

TODAY ONLY

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vivid drama of life and love
"LYING

LAST TIMES TODAY

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COMING SUNDAY
Elliott Dexter in
'The Witching Hour'

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TOMORKOW AND MONDAY ONLY
VJOLA DANA In 'Puppets of Fate'
Speceel Added
Charlie Cheaplir iti One A. M.
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Jesse ;L.Lasky Presenes
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Directed by R
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THE DEVIL
'The world his
playground, human
hearts his toys"

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J. L. CHAPMAN
JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST
The Store of Reliability & Satisfaction
113 South Main Street
ANN ARBOR, - MICHIGAN
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TO DAY

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He twists.the souls,
breaks the faith, and
wounds the hearts
of wives, husbands
and sweethearts.
Craftily 'The Devil'
ensnares an artist, a
model, a banker and
wife in a plot to
overcome Truth and
Evil.

DOROTHY

RALSTON was in a peck of

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trouble (to say nothing of the wrong apartment).
To complicate matters, a policeman arrives. By a
clever little ruse she locks him in the closet and
escapes-into more trouble.

What 's that loud noise?

ST O LEN

FURS, SILVERWARE

JEWELRY

Mr Arliss' screenm
debut in a mag-
nificent produc-
tion - a triumph
of photoplay art.

POSITIVELY
NO ADVANCE

IN PRICES

L

This is a common heading in
our newspapers and will be in-
creasingly so as houses are left
unoccupied while families are
away on their summer vacations.
We are the largest writers of Res-
idence; Burglary and Theft insur-
ance -in the city and will be
pleased to quote you rates and ad-
vise you as to coverage.
BUTLER
INSURANCE
209 NATIONAL BANC( BULDING.

WAN DA
HAWLEY .
IN A FIRE-ESCAPE FARCE
"The Outside Worn
DIRECTED BY
PENRYHN STANLAWS
PENRYHN STANLA WS, the f
mous American Artist, not only dire<
ed this Realart picture, but designs
all the settings and all the costumes
well. 41

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Sunday
at the

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Pollard Comedy

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