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December 14, 1920 - Image 7

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The Michigan Daily, 1920-12-14

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AT THE THEATERS
TODAY

LAST TIMES TODAY

A STARTLING REFLECTION
IN LIFE'S GREAT MIRROR.
Mayflower Photoplay Corp.
presents an
ALLAN DWAN
PRODUCTION,

tiL.
M

A
WONDER
CAST
OF
FILMI
STARS

Screen
Hi Auditorum--Charlie Ray in
"Paris Green" and a new
Mack Sennett comedy.
Majestlc-"In the Heart of a
Pool," an Allan Dawn picture.
Ham Hamilton ,in "A Way
Full of Troubles."
Arcade-Buster Keaton in the
"Saphead." "The Tonnerville
Trolley," and a First Nation-
al comedy, "Balling the
Bunk."
Wuerth - Wanda Hawley in
"Her Beloved Villian." Hank
Mann in "Dr. Jeykell and
Hyde," and Fox News.
Orpheum-"Pirate Gold" and a
Claypool comedy.
THIS WEEK
Stage
Whitney-Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday. Varsity Glee and
Mandolin club presenting a
snappy minstrel show, "Min-
strelsy."
Garrick (Detroit)-"The Charm
School," a bewitching musical
comedy by Alice Duer Miller
and Robert Milton and a
touch of music by Jerome
Kern.
Schubert (Detroit) -- Theda
Bara, the famous vampire of
the screen, playing in person
in a real American play, "The
Blue Flame."

basement also receive a volley-ball.
Manchester, Dexter, Chelsea and Mi-
lan, in addition to the other equip-
ment, are being given boxing gloves
and striking bags. Late' in the year
it is planned to confer footballs upon
a competitive basis.
Mr. H. A. Bollser, who has been at-
tending court in Pontiac, returned
Friday night.
Herman Kruse, ladderman at the
Central fire station, is still confined
to his home, 519 Fifth avenue.
Through the efforts of the local Com-
mercial club, the interurban service
on the Detroit, Jackson and Chicago
railway will be materially improved
in the next few days. The proposed
changes include a new stop at Sev-
enth street, Ann Arbor, and the ex-
tension of the local car service to the
new University hospital on Catherine
street.
The county treasurer has received
requests for a great many new auto-
mobile licenses in the last few days.
The number of licenses issued is ex-
pected to run well over 6,500.
George Bickner, J. T. Mauer, Jean
Betz, William Emery, and Frank
Rawson, all of Bridgewater, are in
Ann Arbor on business.
Frend Stanton, sentenced by Judge
Sample in the circuit court to six
months imprisonment in the .state re-
formatory, was taken to Ionia yester-
day in the custody "of Under-sheriff
Robinson.
The local postmaster, Mr. Abbott,
is still confined to his home by ill-
ness, Assistant Iostmaster Sanzi be-
ing in charge. The Christmas rush is
beginning to be felt now, the incom-

The next meeting of the Chamber of
Commerce will be held some time
next week, the exact date to be an-
nounced later. A big banquet is plan-
PHONE 166
TRUBEY
218 SOUTH MAIN
QUALITY ICE CREAM
Caters to Fraternities and
Sororities

ing foreign
heavy.

especia~lly

mail being

ned
ary.

Only ten more shopping day
Xmas.
Read The Daily advertisem
QA RR I C
DETROIT
Robert Milton Presen
"THE CHARM SCH OO
SC H U B E RI
D E T R 0 1 T
KhedaBarauin The

Chita Gifts
GRUEN WATCHES
(MEN'S AND LADIES' BRACELET)

WILLIAM ALLEN WHITE'S
POWERFUL EPIC <
OF AMERICAN
LIFE
A Truly Big Picture

BELT BUCKLES
SILVERWARE
CUT CLASS
MANICURE SETS

COLD AND SILVER
PENCILS
CLOCKS
IVORY
BILL FOLDS

Haller & Fuller
State Street Jewelers

A "FIRST NATIONAL" ATTRACTION
EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTIONS

I

"SNOOKY"

- THE HUMANZ EE

City News

"A TRAY FULL OF TROUBLE"

Topics

Majestic Orchestra

FOUR DAYS STARTING TOMORROW
WALLACE R-EID
IN
"ALWAYS AUDACIOUS"

Mrs. Anna Beach, teacher of Town
Line school, Superior township, gave
a shadow social last evening at the
home of Oscar Alber to buy equipment
for the serving of hot lunches to the
children of the school. The receipts
were $29.75. The school is Also form-
ing a fund for the purchase of a phon-1
ograph.
The county superintendent of
schools, Mr. Essery, is carrying out
the program of furnishing every rural
school in Washtenaw county with a
bat and ball. Those schools having a

ww 20 Per Cent Discount on All
Silk Hosery and Underwear
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DARLING & MALLEAUX
224-226 SOUTH STATE STREET 7 NICKELS ARCADE
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LAST
TIME'
TODAY

urth

ADMISSION
Adults 30c
Children 10c

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TOMORROW AND THURSDAY

A

A

FRENCH
FARCE
WORTH
SEEING.

LAUGH
EVERY
MINUTE

AND

DON'T

THEN
SOME

BE LATE

SCREEN EVENT
OFTHEE FOLD
LMPORTANCE
WINCHELL SMITH
Co-starring
WILLIAM H. CRANE
SBUSTER KEATON
A Thrlling Story of Love and
High Finance, Interpreted by a
Brilliant Ensemble of Players.
tPersocnly super;4
bythe author
Offeredby JOHN L.GOLDEN,Mvr,
SMITH and MARCUS LOEW
ALSO
TOONERYILLE TROLLEY

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.--IN-
"Her Beloved V-1ilian"
Hank Mann
In A BURLESQUE ON
"Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde"
WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY

Is more impetuously bewitching than ever - the
heroine of a story of a girl who was conscientiously
until she fell victim to the love hold-up.

if

I

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..'el

Prr htheio sift by Lucia Chiamberlai.
Adapted by A. S. LeVino. Directed by Dallas M. Fitzgerald
STANDARD COMEDY
"NO HOPE FOR THE DRYS"
BRAY PICTO BURIED GOL]
ARCADE ORCHESTRA

Louis

Tracy's

"THE SILENT BARRIER"

MEETING ALL TRAINS

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