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AT THlE TR1EATERIS1,
TODAY
Screen
fiIestc-"Twin Beds." Christy
comedy, "Striking Models
and Topics.
Arcade-Clharlie Ray in one of
his latest, "Peaceful: Valley,"
and a comedy, "Kick in High
Life."
Wuierth-H. B. Warner in "Felix
O'Day." Hank Mann in "Wayr
Out West," and Fox News.
Orphem-Katherine MacDonald
in "Passions Playgroun4""
Also, a snappy comedy.
TITS WEEK
Stage
"Whtney-Sunday-Fianchon and
Marco in their new musical
review, "The Satires of 1920."
IGarrck (Detrot)-Jack Nor-
a worth with an unusual sup-
porting cast in the comedy hit
of New York, "My Lady
Friends."

NEWA RKS' FAVOR Chrits Bookis on Display
For the benefit of students intend-
EASTERN CONTEST iug {(o purchase books for Christmas
niiaio gfts, more than 40 new books rhos- CQpE
Iniiatonceremonies for evelen new en as "Suggestions for Christmas,"! 11
members, who received the official wi'll b,, on display in the main reading l
cognomen of "Skeeters," and discus- rco oi of the Library this afternoon.A
sion of the club's attitude towards Th ,e coliec tion has been leaned to the
Michigan's competing with :':astern Library for the day by the State street Chita
universities in football and (51I er" ath- book stores. Crsm
letic activities, formed othle bufi:ness of
the Greater Newark club at its meet-; Strings of
ing last aghIt in the Union. The club' MICRiffANENS1AN NOTICES Priced at
went on record as favoring alli East-'ILdesWi
em fotballgamenext ear.All fralernities, sororities, andhan
After the initiation, several short jorganizations must have pic- Sc+11
talks were given. Hermnan Kerber, turt ae o h ihgnn
'19, spoke for the alumni, Cal Bac- ' ian before Christmas vaca- 1 13 E.
care, '21D, for the students, and Harry ItionI. This is final. IJ Ann i1
Kettenring, '23E, for the neopihytes.
Ohio THas Most 1tulonobilis Ann Arbor's progressive merchants
#Columbus, 0., Dec. 4.- Ohio has'~ h ihgn al.-d.I
more automobiles than anynvother state !t4

is Gilts Suggestions
Pearls 18 to 30 inches
1 $10.00 to $40.00.
~i Watches $15 to $75.
derer & Soyfried
; Liberty Street'
Arbor Michigan

OAN C HRISTAS MOivlR NNG

WATCH ITHE LIRiFACES WHEN
YOU GIVE THEM RANDALL
PORTRAITS ! THEY'LL TELL
,THE STORY OF RANDALL SUC-
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licenses issued in 1920, just made pub-
lic biy Alexander G. Snow, state regis-
trar of automobiles.
New York ranks second in the num-
ber of automobile licenses issued,
while Illinois and Pennsylvania are
running a close race for third place.
Mr. Snow, said.. California, he said,
will rank among the first six states.
This is the first year, Mr. Snow said,
that Ohio has outranked New York.l
Read The Daily for Campus News."

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The Blue Front

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PERSONAL
CHRISTM4S
GREETING
CARDS
while our assortment
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Seltubert (Detrot)--"Little Miss
Charity," Richard C. Hern-
don's 1~921 musical gomedy suc-
cess, with Frank Moulan and
Marjorie Gateson and a score
of dancing, singing chovk,;ter .

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AT THlE WHIT9NEY

Gym Suits~- Shoes- Suports
SPORT SHOP
li N. University G L, Next To Arcade
Ave. a Theatre

EMBOSSING
a specialty. In ordering
from us you get the- serv-
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exclusive Engraving
Stationery houses in
Middle West.

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any other tnk O~~U-h zate~ ~
the maker's ovi~~~r.Ln r c
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ingenuity. 1ete ytz ~b
All Shirts29pretDsun
J. F. WUERT"H &COn.
Next to Wuerth Theatre

"The Satires of 1920," Fanchon and
Marco's 'spectacular super-revue with
a definite plot, is to open Sunday, Dec.
6, for the one ,night performance only
at the Whitney theater. This offering
satirizes the motion picture industry
and depict's the troubles of a Texas
yoil ling, imbued with the idea he is
destined to become a movie mfagnate,
in attempting to producee a~ feature
film.
Aiding the stars Are five famous funst-
ers, Lloyd and Wells, Arthur West,
Al Wohilman and John Sheehan; Miss
Eva Clark, the prima donna, and oth-
ers -of note, including Muriel Stryker,
Daisy De Witt and Lucille Harmon.
The girls, a: cluster of youthful,
shapely, pretty California maids, are
a big feature.
The book of the offering was writ-
ten by Jean Haven' whose work for
Zlegfeld's Follies made him famous,
F'achon and Marco wrote the lyrics
and music, andl Lester of Chicago,
desgned the customes.
'22 Engineers O4ther Tomorrow
Junior engineers will meet in the
tap room of the Uknion at 6:30 o'clock
Monday night to assemble and secure
tickets before attending the class
theater party given at the Majestic
theater that night.

-Printing and imitation of
Engraving can be furnish-
ed if desired.
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17 Nickels Arcade

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CLEANINGAND
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.will' make an ideal Christmas Gift. Have

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EACH BOX PACKED WITH FRESH; PURE WSETS
(ALL MADE IN ANN ARBOR01)
PRSKETES SWEETS ARE THE BEST
-w Don't Forget the Sugar Bowl Before You Go Home ~
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113ESIDES the A. B Cha~se, we have PiN o n
Players of several other well-known mks
If you intend to get a Piano for Crstawe'9d

suggest that you. place your order

now as our

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stock of A. B. Chaseint-

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