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G A R R I c K
DETROIT
A. B. Woods presemis
BARNEY BERNARD
in "His Honpr, Abe Potash"
L W MEDICAL
AND DENTAL
BOOKS

URGES CONTRIBUTIONS'
PROF. WOOD EXPRESSES HOPE
THAT STUDENTS WILL GIVE TO
COMMUNITY FUND
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
I should like, through your columns
to call the attention of the students
of the University to the drive which
at present is being conducted for the
Ann Arbor Community fund. This
canvass is for the benefit of the var-
ious social service organizations of
Ann Arbor. There are two reasons
which might justify an appeal to the
students in the matter: First, because
student participation will strengthen
the bonds between tire University and
the rest of the community; and, second-;
SCHUB ER"T
D E T R O I T
Walter Hampden
in SHAKESPEARE'S PLAYS

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BOUGHT
SOLD
EXCHANGED

ly, because at least one of the organiza-
tions whose budget is included in the.
community fund, namely, the Public
Health Nursing association, has been
of very great assistance to students
during the influenza epidemics of the.
past two years, and stands ready with
its nursing staff to be of continued help'
in time of illness.I
If any student upon reflection should
conclude that as a transient in Ann
Arbor, he has no responsibilities in
this matter, it would be well for him
to remember that in these days our
community contacts are likely to be of
more or less temporary character, and
that, as a res'ilt, the art of citizenship
consists very largely in boosting the
constructive community efforts wher-
ever one happens to be -
Pledge cards will be distributed
among the sororities and fraternities
this week, whibh may be signed and
sent in to campaign headquarters at
the Communtiy house on South Main
street.
On behalf of the general campaign
committee, I may say that student
subscription pledges will be very
greatly appreciated.
Very truly yours,
ARTHUR EVENS WOOD,
Professor of Sociology.
Professor Gram Speaks in Detroit
Prof. Lewis M. Gram spoke last
night before the University of Mich-
igan Engineering club of Detroit, re-
garding the proposed athletic stadium,
student enrollment, and other matters
important to the University.
Paronize Daily Advertiers.-Adv.

AT THE THEATERS
TODAY
Screen
Majestic - James Oliver Cur-
wood's great story, "Nomads
of the North."
Arcade -' Ethel Clayton in "A
City Sparrow." A Jesse L.
Lasky production.
Wuerth- A J. Stuart Blackton
production, "The House of the
Toling Bell."

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Orpheum-Harold Dell
famous story, "The
of the Hills."

Wright's
Shepard

Biddlc's Book StorCsj
no.11 Nickels Arcade '
Phone 703-W

TiAS WE EK
nard in Stare AePt
Garrick (Detroit)-Barney Ber-
nard in "His Tonor Abe Pot-
ash." that Montague Glass
farce with the original New
York cast.
Schubert (Detroit) - Walter
Hampden in "Hamlet."
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c4 ay & Tomorrow

"THE
SHEPHERD
OF THE HILLS"
BY
Harold Bell
Wright
ADDED FEATURES
"KISS ME,
CAROLINE"1
A CHRISTIE COMEDY
AND
EXTRA - TODAY ONLY
"The Lost Ciy"

Librarian Bishop Leaves for Ohio
Librarian W. W. Bishop will leave
his morning for Ohio Wesleyan uni-
versity at Delaware, Ohio, where he
will lecture tonight on 15th century
books and manuscripts.
Read The Daily tor Campus ~s

Nanette saw the violator creeping towards her, leering, crafty, power:
At her call a door crashed in and the cabin thundered with the roar ofl
as Neewa, the bear, and Brimstone, the dog, plunged to the aid of the 8
-and the man went down beneath the ripping, rending, twisting, craun
" g fury of their jaws;
THAT FIGHT'S A THRILL THAT WASN'T EQUALLED EVEN IN "BA
TO GOD'S COUNTRY," AND A SCORE OF OTHER BIG SCENES A
JUST AS BIG. A FIRST NATIONAL ATTRACTION.

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RED-HEADED GIRL-
WHITE HORSE-
MAIB A WISHI
Do you believe in the superstition of Number 13?
Do you think that ghosts walk?
Can a bell ring without soljieone pulling the rope?
Forget your superstition and see
iAY MAVOY
BRUCE GORDON
THE
HOUSE OF THE
TOLLING BELL
A Biuktom Productio0
SEE IT AT THE
WNUERT-H
FRIDAY OR SATURDAY
SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY
Ceraldine Farrar
IN
"THE RIDDLE : WOMAN"

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j Roaring Rivers and Fire-Girt Forests - real men and splen-
did women - beasts of play and beasts of prey! They star-
tle and delight you as only one other backwoods drama ever
hysdid.
[oin Citmy,9 Lewis.Stne

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AND WHAT A STORY!
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Picture it! Raoul Challoner with his wife, Nanette, and her baby lost to the
world in their little cabin in God's Great Wilderness-happy in their hiding
place free from law's injustice, their only friends a big black bear and a wolf-
dog. Then comes O'Connor of the North-West Mounted to take them back.
And as man and wife, bear and dog, start down on the trail that leads straight
to the gallows their whole wide world bursts into flame.
A forest fire so real that it staggers you! A battle through so fierce that.i
awes you. And a finish so fine that you'll cheer ill
YOU'LL HAVE TO COME EARLY IF YOU WANT TO GET IN TODAY

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