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The Sensationot14 Continents

IL .T.C. NOTICE
10 Students
arer required to complete the en-
rollment in the infantry-'unit of
the, R. 0. T. C. Enroll now in
room 241, Engineering building.

Lightweight
$3.00 upward.
.Adv.

imported golf hose.
Wild & Co., State St.-

THE BANK OF SERVICE
Commercial Banking in all its Branches.
Savings Depaftment 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.

RAID SOFT DRINKI PARLORS;
GET 2#0,CAtSES OF MEDICNE
Inspectors of the state food and
drug department raided the soft drink
establishments of Frey Brothers, 114 II
West Washington street, and Oswald
Dietz, 122 'West Washington street
late Saturday night and conficated
about 20 cases of patent medicines
which, it is claimed, contained .a high
percentage of alcohol.
No arrests have been made, nor any
statement given out by the prosecuting:
attorney. In the meanwhile the con-
traband is being held at the county
jail.
"VERHIAEREN" TOPIC OF CERCILE
FRANCAIS LECTURE WEDNESDAY
Warner F. Patterson, instructor in
the romance' language department,
wil deliver an address on "Emile Ver-
haeren" at 4:15 o'clock Wednesday
afternoon in room 203, Tappan hall.
The lecture is the first of a series of
five to be given this semester under
the auspices of the Cercle Francais,
all of which will be' delivered in
French.
Membership cards will serve as ad-
mittance to all of the lectures.
Paronize Daily Advertlers.-Adv.

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AT THE THEATERS
TODAY
Screen
lill Auditorium-"What's W'.orth
While," and a Mack Sennett
Comedy. Two Acts of Vaude-
ville.
Mtajestic-Lionel Barrymore in
"The Great Adventure." Par-
amount Magazine, -Cartoons,
Topics, and a Christie Com-
edy.
Arcade-"The Star Rover" from
the story by Jack London.
News Film, and a Tpoonerville
Trolley Comedy.
Wuerth-"oh Lady, Lady," with
Bebe Daniels, Walter' Hiers,
and Harrison Ford. Comedy
and News.
Orphieun - Madge Kennedy in
"The Truth."
THIS WEEK
Stage
G~arrick (Detroit) - The latest
musical comedy hit, "Irene."
Shiubert (Detroit) - "Kissing
Time," a musical play with
William Morris and Edith
Taliaferro.

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NOW SHOWING
1- TO PICS OF THE DAY.

2--MAGAZINE.

3--CARTOON-"el ix."
4--EDDIE BARRY and the Follies Girls
in a two-reel Christie Comedy%
"MR. FATIMA."
5--LIONEL BARRYMORE as the
world's shyest man in Arnold Bennett's
great comedy, "The Great Adventure"
The tale of a shrinking violet who "died"
to escape a woman, and came to life. a
bigamist.
COM1N-M FOUR DAYS STARTING WEDNESDAY
Winston Cliurehilli's Noted Novel-
"THE INSIDE OF THE CUP"

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Four Students Now in Hospital
The following students are at pres-
ent convalescing in the University
hospital: August Muelhauser, '22; D.
H. Hogue, '21; A. H. Baske, '23. and
C. E. Olson.

ry THE - AMUSEMENT - CENTRE - OF - ANN - ARBOR
LASTNN TIMES TODAY
Jaok London's "The Star Roverif' Added: Toonerville Fire Brigade
Kinograms.
TOMORROW and THURSDAY

SHOWS
2:00 -3:30
7:00* 8:30

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PRICES
Adutis - X~c
┬░Matinees- 20e
Children -10c

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"OH ADYLADY
AN ALL STAR CAST with
HARRISON FORD
and WALTER HEIRS
FOX NEW'S
HANK MANN in 'tCLIFF-DWELLERS"

TODAY .ON-LY
" The light that lies
in a Ivoman 's eyes
And lies and lies
and lies and lies"
Her bet friend accuse(
her of sealing her hus
band,, detectives hid in he:
pantry and her own hubbj
spurned. her-- all becaus+
she'told some "innocent'
little lies.
SAMUEL GOLDWYN
presents
MATIGEKIk'N D

WEDNVESDAY

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The new butler solves a
mystery that furnishes
a million laughs.

T HE TRUH
UNIVERSAL COMEDY
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UNIVERSAL
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FRIDAY -- SATURDAY
"THE PLAYTHING OF BROADWAY"
with beautiful Justine Johnson:

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