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June 11, 1921 - Image 9

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-06-11

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escarce now. Supple-1j Summer school, July 5 to Aug. 26.
iversity Training with a Shorthand, Typewriting, Secretarial
aining or Commercial Training, 1bookkeeping, Commercial
-se this Summed or next Teaching. Hamilton Business Col-
onl Business College.- lege.-Adv.-
- Summer terma in commercial bra nch-:
--only a few left. Cush- es begins July 5. at. the School of Short-
hand, 711 N. Univ.'Ave.-Adv.

Tiif-~H it'AN L)'AI L

TODAY ONLY

MAJESTI C
NOW SHOWING
Elsie Ferguson.
in the same play with which
she made the season's sen-;
sation on Broadway
'64arsd and. Profan..
A Paramount Picture
Other Features in Addition
COMINKG aWATCH
WONaDERFUL
D)OU-RLE FEATURE
PROGRAM SUNDAE'
EVENING. SHOWS
STA~RT SUNDAY
7:3"-:00
and continue for summer season

SHOWING

TODAY

ROZITA AND BINGNAM
A, Sinking Duo from Native ,
Italy

ELAINE ,HAMMER STEIN
-IN-
"POOR DEAR
MARGARET KIRBY "

ROY AND WILSON
A Harmony Singing and
Talking Act
JAZZARIMBO T'RIO
Three Supreme Kings of
Syncopation

VAU DEVIL L EjA1

EILEEN PERCY

ALLEN AND DAILEY
Classy Singers. and Reap
Jazz Mu sic

IICars leave 2:10, 6:10, 7: 10
P. M., at .D U. R. Station

IN ONE CONTINUOUS SHRIEK
OF ,LAUGHTER,

WUERTH
THEATRE

Y PSI LANT

BEWARE' OF
THE BRIDE

SHOWING THE DARK DOINGS OF
A WILD NIGHIT IN ARMOR

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R _ . ., a
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'.

SU NDAY.TU E SDAY

I

OWN

OH, BOY IT'S AWONDER

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ENID' BEN~

LER 9
ILJ IZZIE

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SHOWING,
SUNDAY

ARLIE

RAY'

v\~
THE ROAD HIE WENT £
'~~~sixty. miles an hour with ten t _;-
sand dollars of Paw's. hard-ea~
f/ d
/, money tucked away in his inside pocke,,t.

1.

CHARLIE NEVER ACTED
A BETTER PART THANa
IN "19 AND PH YLLIS." HE,
MAKES THE BEST "LOVE-
SICK" LOVER EVEIR.

"I19 AND PHYIS"

TODAY'
O NL.Y

"I
DistriCuted '*
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And then "- a turn in the narrow road, a ~
erring swerve, - Crash"! went the car thr
the fence and the bogus Count was cat,'
ted' into the middle of the muddy crel.
That's just one of the high lights in a -:
ductioni that is fairly cram-med v.*th 4c,
humor, dram a, suspense and the sage p
sophy of the dean of our present c Ly writ.
It's a- story of America,- about Amzericlz-
by an Amrerican. And its appeal will be
by every man, woman and child of us for i'
perfectly produced, splendidly enacted a ,'-
it's true

of Straight Crooks

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Look

What's

Here!

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HAROLD

LLOYD'S.-,NEWEST

COME

THE KCING OF
MIRTH' M1AKERS

WOULD MAKE A
HORSE LAUGH

W ARNER
inmDICE oP'
DESTINY

"AMONG

THOSE

PRESENT'

ADULTS 30c

CONTINUO

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