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ANITA

AT THE THEATERS
TODAY
Screen
Majestic - Ben Turpin with a
supporting cast of the entire
Mack Sennett gallery of beau-
ties ii "Married Life." Also a
special feature, "Milestones."
Arcade - Bryant Washburn in
"An Amateur Devil."
Wueri- Justine Johnstone in
"Blackbirds."

STEWART
-IN -

"The

Ycll ow
Typhoon'.
- ADDED FEATURES -
CHRISTIE COMEDY,
AND .
UNIVERSAL NEWS

CUSTODIAN OF LAW BUILDING
DIES FROM HEART FAILURE
Clifford 0. Parker, custodian of the
Law buimaing, died at 10 o'clock Wed-
nesday night at his home, 1008' West
Huron street from an attack of heart
failure. Although not feeling well,
he worked all day Wednesday.
Mr. Parker entered the employ of
the University in the summer of 1917.
He is survived by his wife and two
daughters.
DAILY WILL ISSUE
DIRECTORY SUPPLEMENT
The 15chigan Daily, following
its usual custoni, will compile al
i supplement to the official Stu-
dents' Directory, for the benefit
of those students who enrolled
late in the Unive'rsity, and to
correct unavoidable errors and
changes in the regular edition.
Name, class, Ann Arbor ad-
dress, home town, and Ann Ar-
bor phone number, in th~e order
named, should be placed on a
one cent post card and mailed
to, the Directory Editor, The
Daily, Press building,. City.,

Orpheum-- Anita Stewart
"The Yellow Typhoon."
THIS WEEK

Skyscrapers Appearing in Chili
Santiago, Chile, Dec. 8.-The first
"skyscrapers" on the west coast of
South America are being erected here.
A 12-story reinforced concrete office
building is about completed and an-
other of 15 stories is in its first stages
of constrpction. It is said both struc-
tures will be "earthquake proof."
Earth shocks are common. to this
country.
Collegiate Alumnae to Hear Vibbert
The Ann Arbor, Association of Col-
legiate Alumnae will meet at 3
o'clock Saturday afternoon at Betsy
Barbour house. Prof. Charles Vib-
bert, former director of the Michigan
Union in Paris, will address the meet-
ing on "The American University
Union in Paris."
Postmaster Recovers From Illness
Postmaster H. J. Abbott, who has
been ill for a week with an attack of
la grippe, has recovered sufficiently to
resume his work today. Taken sick
last Friday he was compelled to. give
up his work and remain at home until
today when conditions warranted his
appearance outdoors.
Read The Daily advertisements.-
Adv.

DELIVERY COMPLAINTS
Delivery of Dailies in the sec-
tion east of State street and
north of North University has
been irregular for the last two
weeks. This has been caused
by frequent unavoidable chang-
es in carriers on this route. A
new carrier starts delivering
this route with this morning's
issue so hereafter subscribers
in this district should receive
their papers regularly.
All Dailies on all routes
should now be received by 7:30
o'clock and should be folded so
they will not be blown away.
Operators Decline to Raise Wages
Philadelphia, Dec. 9.- Anthrac
mine operators have declined to gra
any additional wage increases or r
open the wage award of the anthi
cite commission, owing to the low
ing cost of living.
G DER RI
DETROI
Jack NorwotIn FR"IEDS"

in

StageI
Garrick (Detroit)-Jack Nor-
worth with an unusual sup-
porting cast in the comedy hit
of New York, "My Lady
Friends."
Schubert (Detroit)-"Little Miss
Charity," Richard C. Hern-
don's 1921 musical comedy suc-
cess, with Frank Moulan and
Marjorie Gateson and a score
of dancing, singing choristers.
For live progressive up-to-date ad
vartising use The Michigan Daily.-
Adv.

EXTRA -FRIDAY

ONLY

"The Lost City"

Xmas Cards, Calendars
Fountain Pens, Statione
t A FINE ASSORTMENT- LET US SHOW YOU

SPECIAL"
JOY WEEK

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Student Supply Store

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Phone 11$

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Arcade

TODAYI

AND

TO-MORROW

He Wanted to Shock the World!

No snip of a
and turn him

girl could tell him he had no pept.-
down!

No doting mamas smear that syrupy "nice boy'
stuff over him!
Brng on your notorious actorines! Bring on your
bright lights and your dark deeds! C. Elliott En-
dicott was out to do harm! He'd disgrace that
high-f alutin' family of his--even if he had to work!
And he did! And you'll disgrace yourself laugh-
ing!

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Murray

Eva
Thatcher

Ford
Sterling

Louise
Fazenda

Charles
Conklin

Charlotte
Mineau

Kalla
Pasha

The World's Greatest Array of Comedy Kings and Queens
No ?latter How Mrad You'll Laugh Yourself Glad
A NEW TWIST TO THE ETERNAL TRIANGLE
HOW CONNUBIAL BLISS SOMETIMES ENDS
A HOME WRECKER IN ACTION
.EE WHAT HAPPENS TO RECKLESS ROMEOS
"A FIRST NATIONAL ATTRACTION"
SHOWING IN CONJUNCTION WITH
Milestones
A 6 Reel Drama from the Stage Play by the same name

Adapted from the Story, "Wanted, a Blemish;'
By Jesse E. Henderson and Henry J. Button
Directed by Maurice Campbell-Scenario by Douglas Bronston

Pathe News

Another Good One
Fining Lizzie

Bray Pleto

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