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THE MICHIGAN DAfLY

DAILY PRINTS 4,200 UNIVERSITY HEALTH SERVICE
COPIES EACH ISSUE MAKES REPORT FOR 1919-1920I
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MUSICAL COMEDY
AT MEETING
DAY

DECIDED
WEDNES-

ONI

Reviving an annual custom, the se-
nior girls will produce a class play
this year during commencement week.
It was decided at a class meeting yes-
terday that the play take the form of
a musical comedy since it was found
that this type of production included
a larger number in the cast and made
a stronger appal than the usual
classical drama.
The play will be chosen by the com-
mittee in charge, headed by Katrina
Schermerhorn, '21, and will be an-
nounced at a later date.
Final announcements regarding the
senior tea to be given from 3:30 to
5:30 o'clock next Thursday afternoon
at the P1 Beta Phi' house were made
at the meeting. This will be the first
of a series of parties to be given each
month under the direction of the so-
cial committee.
The usual senior 'supper preceding
the Junior Girls' play will be served
this year by the King's Daughters of
the Congregational church. Songs to
be written by members of the class
for this occasion should be handed
to Bernice Nickels, '21, Irene Rosen-
burg, '21, or Katrina Schermer-
horn, '21.
WHITNEY CHANGES HANDS IN
BIG REAL ESTATE TRANSACTION
What Is said to be the biggest real
estate transfer inmore than 50 years
has become known with the announce-
ment of the sale of the Whitney
theater and hotel property to Don Mc-
Intyre and James Murnan for a con-
sidef'ation of approximately $200,000,
the exact price not being made public.
B..C. Whitney bought the property
in 1907 from the White estates He
rebuilt the theater, opening it in 1908.
In 1915 Messrs. McIntyre and Murnan
formed a company to take over the
Whitney holdings here. Mr. Murnan,
one of the best knowi hotel men in
the state, was made manager of the
hotel and Mr. McIntyre took over the
management of the theater. The same
arrangement will continue.
AT THE THEATERS
TODAY
Screen
Majestic - "The Inside of the
Cup," from the story by Win-
ston Churchill. Pathe News
and Universal Comedy, "Hap-
py Daze."
Arcade-Hope Hampton in "The
Bait." News film and a Bray
comic.I
Wuerth -Justine Johnstone in
"The Plaything of Broadway."
Orpheurn-Annette Kellerman in
"What Women Love."
THIS WEEK
Stage
Whitney-Saturday-David Bel-
asco's prodcution, "Tiger
Rose." I
Garrick (Detroit) - The latest
musical comedy hit, "Irene."
Shubert (Detroit) - "Kissing
Time," a musical play with
William Morris and Edith
Taliaferro.
HANDBALL NOTICE
Matches in the handball

tournament can be played off
either in the afternoon or night
at the gymnasium. GEHRING.
Law, Medical
and
Dental Books
Bought, Sold or
Exchanged

According to the circulation report
for the first semester compiled by
Legrand A. Gaines, '21E, business
manager, 4,200 copies of The Michigan
Daily are printed each day. Of this
number 3,613 are yearly subscribtions,
61 semester, 240 complimentary, '42
exchanges, and the remainder extras.
The faculty subscribes fVr 259 cop-
ies and students take a total of 2,994.
Four hundred and twenty are sent to
out of town subscribers.
The report comments: "It might
be of interest to note that we are mail-
ing papers to 40 states of the United
States and one in Mexico."
If for any reason you are not plan-
ning to remain in college this semest-
er, why not take a course in Short-
hand and Typewriting and fit yourself
for a good business position? School
of Shorthand, 711 N. Univ., is just
beginning new classes.-Adv.

sent the following statistical averages!
og 1919-1920 records to the American
Student Health association: The net
expense of all service per 1,000 en-
rollment, $3,504 for the regular ses-
sion and $3,000 for the Summer ses-
sion; dispensary calls per 1,000 stu-
dents enrolled, 2,780 for the regular
session and 2,555 for the Summer ses-
sion; patients annually, more than
11,000; annual room calls, 201; daily
dispensary calls, 129; days in the hos-
pital per patient, 10.4; deaths, 7.

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TR0HUBERT
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"Kiss ing Time"
" K ~ nTA R R I C'
DETROIT
I R E N E
The Sensation of14 Continents
FINE CUS TOM-

WHITNEY THEATRF

S-mAT., MARCH 5
BEST SEATS MAIL ORDERS
$2.00 NOW
Greatest of All Belasconian Melodramas
DAVID B LASC
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TAILORING

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B. 0. T. C. NOTICE
3 Students
are required to complete the en-
rollment in the infantry unit of
the R. 0. T. C. Enroll now in
room 241, -Engineering building.

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TIGER ROSE COMPANY
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rruely Fighting Red-blooded Men At Its Highest
Gorgeous settings, Rivaling Nature in
Charm and Beauty

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Powerful romance of plain worth and
gilded hypocrisy. A story of love that
startled the churches and toppled over
the, gods of "high society."
FAMOUS PYEAS-LASKY CORP. PRESENTS
The Inside ol
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A romance that grips the whole of life
and turns it inside out
OTHER ADDED FEATURES

THE AMUSEMENT CENTRE OF ANN ARBOR
TODAY-- TOMORROW t
THIS STARTLING PICTURE THAT HOLDS
YOU SPELLBOUND TO THE LAST SCENE
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TOORNEUR, .
PRODUCTI ON
WITH O
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BY SIDNEYTOLER
The hour had come! To
this man she owed herfre
dom fromprison-owed all
that she knew of comfort,
pleasure and luxury. Yet
now she must ruin him or
the man she loves.
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9aramount
See a lion break loose in a
crowded theatre. See the
fight mid the flames of a
burning tenement. See the
foxous "Follies Bergere"
of paris. See the flashing
shot in the dark-and solve,
if you can, the mystery!
ADDED FEATURES: Wanted An Alibi, Bray Comic and Kinogram News. Read
it In your paper today. See it here in pictures tomorrow.
COMING SUNDAY FOR THREE DAYS

PATHE NEWS

UNIVERSAL COMEDY

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