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January 15, 1921 - Image 4

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MICH

N DAILY

MICH N DAILY

ea HEHtage
AT TILE WHITNEY

There is every reason to look for a
happy entertainment in the "Gentury
Midnight Whirl"'which John Henry
Mears will present at the Whitney
Sunday night, Jan. 16..
This offering is distinct novelty, is
something different,'novel and unique.
The "Whirl" is the show that for three
years was on the roof of the Century
theatre, New York. A roof show is
revue, and cabaret, and vaudeville all
combined. It is made up of specialties
and spectacles, of comedy, melody,
dancing and color.
Of course there .are girls, lots of
them and beautiful, and the list of the
notable stars Who are coming in "The
Whirl" include Rchard Carle, Blanche
Ring, Charles Winninger, until recent-
ly a star of the "Follies," Jay Gould,
Winona Winter, Mhxson and Brown,
and the Bennett Twins, and there are
Virginia Birmingham, Billie Carmen
and Grace Cronen, besides whom there
is the famous "Millionaire's Chorus."
TIhe "Century Midnight Whirl" is
meant wholly for happiness and mer-
riment and fun. It has everything
everybody likes best -'in light and
bright and sparkling entertainment.
AT THE WUERTIH
The Shea-McCallum Rainbow Revue,
that classy, haughty and saucy musical
frenzy of feminine complications of
music, song, dancing and vivacious
beauties is playing at the Wuerth this
Ready to Serve.
AT ANY TIME
Open from 11 a.m to 12 p.m.
Pot of hot tea and bowl of rice
PLAIN CHOP SUEY
3. CENTS
CHINESE and AMERICAN Style
Short Orders
Quang Tunrg Lo
613 LIberty at E.
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week with a record that would Justify
any Broadway producer to expand his
chest. In addition to being the talk
of New York, this production has fas-
cinated the most fastidious critics in
the country, winning over their com-
mendation and endorsement as consti-
tuting a "truly remarkable bevy of at-
tractive talented models."
PORT ,MURON EDITOR SPEAKS TO
BRUMM'S JOURNALISM CLASSES
James Ottaway, editor of the Port
Huron Times-Herald, who is in Ann
Arbor on business, gave informal talks
before Prof. John L. Brumm's classes
in journalism yesterday. In his first
talk Mr. Ottaway stressed the develop-
ment of the news sense, giving illus-
trations of its advantages to a man as
a reporter, and even when a man has
entered the business or editorial of-
fices.
In his second talk, the speaker dis-
cussed editorial problems and the
value of special features of all sorts
to newspapers. He emphasized the
fact that neither absolute domination
of the editorial policy by the business
staff, or vice versa, was good for a
paper, but that a real co-operation be-
tween the departments was necessary.
The remainder of the hour was given
up to open discussion.

R. 0. T.C. UNIT POSSESSOR OF
WIDE CAMPUS REPRES NTATION
Where do the R. O. T. C. men come
from? What can they do? These are
some of the questions answered in the
questionnaire issued t'o the local unit
by Major Robert Arthur, professor of
military science and tactics.
It was found that over 50 fraterni-
ties, clubs, and societies were repre-
sented in this organization. Out of
this number, six men were either class
officers or on class committees. Five
were members of honorary campus so-
cieties. Five per cent of the total
number enrolled were affiliated with
University publications.
In almost any sport, from the major
games to the less prominent contests,
there is a possibility of organizing
teams for campus competition. More
than 50 per cent were participants in
baseball and football. Over 40 per
cent engage or have engaged in bas-
ketball. Some classified under the
headings of trap shooting, skiing,
wrestling, and boxing.
Music and dramaties are two of the
stellar activities of the unit. More
than 30 per-cent have had stage ex-
perience. An equal number were list-
ed as musicians, 21 instruments being
included.

Engineering

Prof. Walter E. Lay, of the automo-
tive engineering department, per-
formed tests during Christmas vaca-
tion on a rotary piston valve, the pro-
duct of the Sala Sales corporation of
Toledo. The valve is intended to give
more power and less noise than the
standard valve, with a minimum of:
carbon trouble.
Except for changes in the cylinder
head, and elimination of the cam shaft,
the usual type of engine may be used.
In the experiment the valve was
placed in a stock Ford engine, whose
work was then compared with that of
another Ford using the standard type
valve. The engine with the rotary
valve developed slightly less power.
This, Professor Lay believes, was due,
not to the valve itself so much as to
the construction of the combustion
chamber, or some other part of the
engine. The Sala company is now
working on his suggestion that with a
change in combustion chamber con-
struction, there may be possibilities
for the invention.
Notice has been posted on the A. S.
M. E. bulletin board to-the effect that
the subscriptions of several members
to the official society magazine ex-
pired with the December issue and

Notes

that more subscriptions are paid up
to the February number only.
Those whose names are posted may
resubscribe through any of the follow-
ing seniors: L. K. Ferris, J. E. Boice,,
H. P. McNaughton, W. J. Schanck.;
Federal Coin Safe In St. Louis
St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 14.-More than
$80,000,000 in gold, silver and cur-
rency was hauled through the streets
of St. Louis without the loss of a cent,
while crime here was at its peak last
monkh, it is announced at the Federal
building.
Daily for nearly a month millions of
dollars were carried 15 blocks to then
Union station, as much as $5,000,000
being in a single trip.
Three men, 'with arms concealed,
guarded each vehicle, and unbroken
secrecy was maintained.
The moneynwas being sent to the
mints 'at Denver and San Francisco'
from the United States subtreasury
here, which was suspended by act of
Congress last May.
Matinee Musicale Meets 'Wednesday
The next regular meeting of the
Matinee Musicale will be held at 3:30
o'clock next Wednesday afternoon in
the Union. . The program will be fol-
lowed by tea, as usual. The program
will be announced later.

3. L. CHAPMAN-
JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST
The Store of Reliability & Satisfaction
113 Sonti Main Street
ANN ARBOR, - -MICILAN

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WHITNEY THEATRE

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Sunday, January 16

It's a

Genuine Roof Show, The First
Ever Offered in the City

Gleeful, Gorgeous, Melodious, Girls!
JOHANBENR -.
PBSEWTS .-
7W FAMOUS- y4
,iP OU DIRECT W
3Y&ARSAT
THE CENTURY
THEATRE. N.Y.

TAKE NOTICE !'
It is not the initial expenditure of your, tuition that you
should consider alone.
Remenber the superior system we use, the perfection
with which it carries in actual practice.
Again think of the completeness of this institution.
We have every convenience known to modern dance mas-
.ters.
Notice the posture, decorum and grace of a Halsey student.
COMPARE !
This school with any in the State of MICHIGAN.
We made good in a day. There is a reason.
These are the things that constitute the value you receive
at the HALSEY DANCE STUDIOS.
Start with HALSEY and have no regrets
W5TH ARCADE

ab ' thFox was bragging one,"day
cubs.
"How many cubs do you bring
into the world at one time ?" she
asked the LIONESS
"Only ONE,"replied the Lioness
-"but it's a LION I
MURADS COST 20 CENTS
FOR A BOX OF 10
BUT THEY'RE MURADS
MURADS would be lower
priced if we left out all or part of
the 104 Turkish tobaccos of the
purest and best varieties grown-
or if we substituted inferior grades
of Turkish tobacco.
But they wouldn't be MURADS
--they'd only be Foxes!I
"Judge for Yoursef-!
We call special attention
to Murad2Os in in Boxes
4 A Mcakcr ojfiA H j~hoc ,r Turhr
...and E ypitan Ctar N.fto inthe. W d-.d

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FALLING
PRICES

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Mimeographing

A NOTABLE ALL STAR CAST INCLUDING

Richard Carte

Blanche Ring

Typewriting

Charles Winninger

Jay Gould

Winona Winters

mmw.

It

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EDWARDS BROS.
State St. Over College Inn.

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Best
Seats
$2.50

MAIL ORDERS NOW

1

THE BANK OF SERVICE
Commercial Banking in all its Branches.
Savings Department and Safety Deposit Vaults.
Exchange on All Parts of the World.
A. B. A. Travelers' Checks.
FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK
101-103 So. Main St. 330 So. State St., (Nickels Arcade)
Member of the Federal Reserve System.

is with

pleasure
that we

SPECIAL

Overcoat

Sale

announce a
decline in
the price of

Schrafft's

FITFORM COATS IN THIS LOT

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We will put on sale Friday and Saturday

at a big

BLUE

loss to clean them up all sizes-34 to 40
Former price, $55.00 to $65.00
Sale Price, $29.75

BANNER

... Announ cement

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We have decided to make the
following discounts on our en-
tire Stock

CHOCOLATES
Drop in Today for a Box

$100
$ 90
$ 75
$ 60

Suits
Suits
Suits
Suits

reduced
reduced
reduced
reduced

to
to
to
to

$80.00
$72.00
$60.00
$48.00

or Bag

From Our Fresh Shipment

WATCH THEM GO!

These

Prices

for Friday and Saturday Only

Or we will give an extra pair
of trousers in place of the dis-
count - This applies on all
orders taken since Dec. 25,
1920.
J. KARL MALCOLM
604 EAST LIBERTY STREET
Tuxedo and Dress Suits included

!Iimili

TOM

COR BETT

709 North University Ave.

116 EAST LIBERTY STREET

Between Main Street and 4th Avenue, where Fitform Clothes are Sold

FOR SPEED AND QUALITY

Oscar's

First

Class

Shoe

Repair

1114 South
University

ONE DAY

SrERV10E

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