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May 28, 1921 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-05-28

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All girls of Wyvern society will meet corner of Mrain and Huron streets.
at 10 o'clock Saturday morning at the All members of :Masques are re-

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been chosen, anrd
second act will be
k. New members!
their fee of $2 to
at their first re-
!hease from 7 to 9
ing in Sarah Cas-
he following sen-j
ted to be present
Vowles, Frances,!
cord, Anne Linde-
Hlelen Koch, Car-
or Spencer, Jean
rell, Marie Croz-j

6ul ct' V.CL.AUI , 1 uy V s 1 y, JunLior
team-Gertrude Boogs, Elizabeth Phil-
lips, Margaret Schnaple, Hazel Storz,
Isabelle Swan, Adele Zimmerman ;
sophomore team-Frances Amnes, Mar-
garet Christian, Goldie Corneliuson,
Martha Dodd, Helen Schermerhorn,
Hope Stoddard; freshman team-Dor-
othy Bishop, Susan Fitch, Sylvia Stein,
Lucilla Walker.
II
triomen
Chaperones for the dances over the
week enci are: Arthte Armory-Sat-j
urday, Mrs. Yates Adams; at the Un1-
ion--Saturday, Mrs. H. G. Berger,.
Any women wishing summer' em-
ployment such as waiting table at
summer resorts are asked to 'call at
the office of the dean of women for
consultation.

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TODAY
ONLY

quested to turn in the money for the '22, from 2 to 4 o'clock TuE
tickets they have sold to Harriet Gustin- ernoon at the Library.

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TODAY
ONLY

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_LL TEAIIS
ln's baseball
nior team-

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rMorning at 10 o'clock
BLUE BIRD
RICE MAETERLINCK'

67'

Alre& one
fo you

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at picture will be shown only
the benefit of the MOUNT
KE COLLEGE ENDOW-
'UND. A delightful allegory
rown-ups, a lovely fairy story
iddies, a marvelous spectacle
the MAJESTIC
mance - All Tickets 35 Cents

picture, replete
with thrilling- feats
an~d side -spritting
laughter. of the
man 'who inveted
his ,way to the~l
alta

rug, XVII

RAYMOND CHAPELLE, educated Tor
priesthood, strayed from the fold and beca
known as ""Two Ace" Artie, gambler and gene
"bad man."
But one day his early training saved, his life a
in return he decided to repay. It's a mighty drat
with a master actor.
WI LIA M
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"THE SIN THAT WAS HIS'

A MASTER

STORY

WRITTEN

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THE AUTHOR OF4"THE MIRACLE MA

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Stop! Loo-1 Listen!
She's bound for the Land
of Heart's Desires Her
only stop is to coal up
with thrills in blizzard
and flood in the \wild
Sierras. ,A railroad ro-
mnance that stands jfor
\good time:

DETROIT
WAY DOWN EAST
GA RRIcK
D ET RO 1T
The Bonstelle Co.
presents
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iGRAND OPENING

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NO~W TSHOWING _
JESSE.L 'I i''l
LAS KY
PRESENTS A Nim
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Whitmore. Lake
Dancing Pavilion
Decoration Day
May 30-

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THEODORE ROBERTS,
OCR, SYLVIA ASHT O,
WCE BURTON.

AGNES AYRES, LLOYD
ALEXAADER G ADEN AND

YOU 111LL SEE THE WILD ENGINE RIDE THROU"GH A
MOU1NTAIN B3LIZZAtRD AT LIGHT-A RAGlMG FLOOD AND
THRILLING RESCUE-THE MAJESTIC YOSENITE ,A-ND THlE
LOST AMIAZI\G SNOW! SCENES EVER FILMED
ADDED-MACK SENNETT COMEDY
AND BRAY COMIC-ALSO HIS BIT-
TER HALF-ARCADE ORCHESTRA
STARTING TO MORRO0W

Ike Fisher's Pep Orchestra
E Dancing Afternoon and Evening
~i1t 11111111 in 1111111 in i11111111111111111Mi
1.0NOoN MAOi9
-The first and last
word in real
pipe comfort
This is one of
many styles of
TRiEB ORPIPES
ready for your
immediate use
at six dollars.
cZATREBOR will smoke cool -and
sweet from the start. The ivory stop-
per at end of stem positively prevents
any bad taste or discomfort.
If. you have never smoked a pipe, the
TREBOR will prove a new friend to be
proud of. A veteran pipe smoker will
appreciate the specially seasoned fine old
briar as an old friend after the first puff.
Drop in and see the TREBOR at
The Calkins-Fletcher Drug Co.
The Cushing Drug' Co.
Imported by
GROSVENOR NICHOLAS & CO., Inc.
12 East 48th Street New York City

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Jesse L. Lasky presents
orgQ MOIfor
POUCTION
Faith1eale F
CLR ao JQTIQ°d 9aramountgyij

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THE STORY OF A MAN SENT TO
FOR A CRIME HE DID NOT COMMIT.
IN SING SING PRISON AND THE
NEW YORK,

Paramournt
6l4cfure

PRISON
FILMED
TOM BS,

Fast Includes Lois W
Adapted f ronm
Quarry," by Ji
3foroso. Diree
Tom Forman.
arlo by Frank0

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Thomas Ateighan's- Greatest Role Since George Loane Tucker's "The 3firadle
OTHER USUAL. ADDED FEATURES

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