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WHITNEY THEATRE

SUNDAY; NOV. 7

GA RRCK
DETROIT
Americ's Foremast Singino Comedienne
NOR0Ia BAYES - "HER FAMILY TREE"
Famnous Musical Play by Al Weeks and Seymour Simons
Theatrical Treat of the Year
SCHUB ERT I
DETR01T
Company a1 300. 8 BI0 Scenes

PREPA RATIONS CO[IIFETE
FOR $440000 CHIARITY DRIVE
With final preparations completed,
all is now in readiness for the launich-
ing of the campaign being conducted
by representatives of the 11 charit-
able organizations and community
settlements of Ann Arbor. The drive
commences today, and continues for
two weeks, with $40,4000 as the quota
set for the campaign.
Read The Daily for Campus News.

Mfeeting of Newark Club Called
A special meeting of the Greater
Newark club of New Jersey has been
called 'for 7:30 o'clock tonight in
room 321 of the Union. Plans for the
All-Jersey smoker, to be held the night
of the Chicago game, will be com-
pleted.
New Englanders WYill MLeet Thursday
SNew England students, alumni, and
members of the faculty are requested
to be present at a meeting of the
New England club at 7:30 o'clock
Thursday,. in Lane hall.

MIr. F. C. W HIT NEY presents

THE WOCRLD'S
GREATEST

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Professor .Bordet Receives Away
Notification on .RTIs Arrival
Here
RECIPIENT is MEMlBER OF
BELGqIAN CO)DUISSIO:
Professor Bordet, a_ member of ti
group of Belgian professors which ha
been here the past two days, and why
according to Dean Victor C. Jaugha
of the Medical school, has written ti
greatest. book of its kind 'in "$tii
in Immunity," received. a cablegra
on heis arrival here announcing that t
had been awarded the Nobel -prize fc
the past year. This prize carries wii
it $40,000..
Compliments American Methods
Dr. Bordet declared at .the banqu
given the Belgian professors, the
formerly Americans came to .the coy
tinent to learn, but now it is the Eur+
pears who come to America for the
purpose. He stated that he was pa:
ticularly impressed with the way
which the clinical and laboratoi
work. was combined in this country.
Another member of the commiss4
is Professor De Page, a .general dui
ing the late war, at present a memb
of the Belgian senate, and a famoi
surgeon.
Commissioan Investigates Schoalsa
Professors Dustin and Sand are tl
other two members of the Belgic
commission which is travelilit
'through the United States to see
what way they can improve the Ui
versity of blrussels: Dr. Robinso
new head of the Nashville Medic
school is accompanying them.
S The professors spoke yesterdt
Smorning to the faculty and studen
of the Medical school. Monday ev
ning they were entertained at a 41
ner in the .Union, and were also give
a luncheon on Monday by ;D
Vaughan.

AT TIfE THEATER S
TODAY

THURV

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The Story of
an Actress
With Heart
Thrilling
Interest

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ALSO
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A Story of th
Stag

Screen
I Majetlc-"Something to Think
About," Cecil B. DeMille's pro-
duction. Also Christy .comedy
and Topics.J
Arcade- Wallace Reid iun "The
Dancing Fool" and a comedy,
"You Wouldn't. Believe It."
Wuerth - .Eugene O'Brien in
"The Wonderful Chance." Kin-
ograms and a Hall Room Boys
comedy.
T HIS WEEI(
Stage
W'hitney-Thursday and Friday.
"Fi-Fi of -the Toy Shop" under
the auspices of King'sDaugh-
ters of the Congregational
church with Helen Knowleoa
and Kemp Keena, '21.
Saturday - Michell and Vera
Fokina, Russian billet danc-
ers.
Garrickt (Detroit)--Nora Bayes
playing in that Weeks-Simons
musical play, "Hers Family
Tree."
I Shubert (Detroit)-- "Aphrodite,.
the Comstock-Morris produc-
tion which was the sensation
of the season in Paris, New
York, and Chicago...
Learn, Gregg Shorthand. :Learn
at the school that believes it is ti
best. HAMILTON BUSINESS CO:
LEGS.-Adv.
_Learn to-Dance
at
H alsey's

Dance

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rican .Beauty
IN

The: most; bea
refined studios
Arbor.

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Arcade
Theatre

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W e teach all

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ices in one course.

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21-22-23 W UERTiH A:
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