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March 19, 1921 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-03-19

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THE MICHIGAN DAiL*Y

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pEvery Mason on the Campus
vited to attend the Craftsmen's
Stunt Night, tonight at the M
Temple at 7:3 PO . M.--Adv.
Tho Amb e metCntre
of Aria Arbor
TODAY ONLY
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Jesse L. Lasky
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CLAYTa1
of~oses s
A Ba gli Ford P ,u
a 9G 'araxmirn9ic
The woman wanted a hot
The man wanted the worn
The price of possession
love. Come and see why neitl
a. would pay it until-?
-COMEDY " Tea for Two"
KINOGRAMS BRAY-PICT(
TOM ORROW
"Paying the, Pipe
GEORGE FITZMAURICE Produotic

7binding of the.Todd collection now on CHICAGO PROFESSOR TO TiILK
Is ih-f AT TE THEATERS exhibition in the cases of the General ON IRISH IDEALS,"MARCH 24
B Club _..-..j Library, according to a professor of
asncTODAY the engineering college. The design TmPeeCos rfso fEg
Screen 1 interest in some of the books is said lishi in the University of Chicago, will
--- to be on a par with their value as ex- speak on "The Romantic Celt and Irish
Maeste- Cecil B. DeMille's pro- amples of the bookbinder's art. TheNtoa das" t41 'lc,
duction, "Forbidden Fruit. students of architecture 1'7, the course;rc March 24, in Natural Science auditor-
Pathe News. in allied arts design, recently made ium, according to a recently issued
i---- I sketches of the book covers as illus- ! University bulletin.
IArcade-"The Price of Posses- trations of decorative composition.,__________
- sin," with Ethel Clayton. Comn-
I edy, "Tea for "Two," Kinograms After thiac GIRLS-SEE MY DISPLAY of East-
the anceyou are Invited to Millinery before buying. Vogue Shoppe
and Bray Picto. the-.Chinese Gardens.-Adv. 230 Nickel's Arcade.-Adv.
W 1uerth-Zena Keefe in "R~ed tll[l111ti111 [1[lliililtillltttt1tllt1111111[I lll!
Foam." Snub Pollard comedy
1 and Pathe Review. a h 1os.
Orpheum -- "Nomads of the a h o ' Decee:
WNorth," Mermaid comedy and - rfs
International News, You M s -W altz = !
I T~S WEK I ~The Waltz has once more regained its-
position in the modern ball room.
The Waltz lli be more popular than-
Garrick (Detroit)-Henry Hull,eertisum .
Alma Tell, and George Marionevrtisum .=
in the comedy, "When We Are -C n Yu 1'lz
Youn." -Can You Danee?
Schubert (Detroit)-Bert Wil-
Slla ms and George McKay in =I not,
the musical comedy, "Broad- = Register Now!
way Brevities of 1920."-
VI Monday --
Whtney"Up in Mabel's Room," ~-
1I a comedy with a kick. _____ _-'
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o TODD BOOKS VALUABLE FOR 111w11INnlllllllllililllnilllllliillllu1111tlnll=
DESIGN AS"WELL AS BINDING __________________________
ft Students interested in design will TH A R rni l
WyHITNHEY "A EMO NDAYT A R CHN 2
find it worth while to study the book- ANN ARBOR
;herS H U B 'E. R' T -f;
Broadway Brevities ,
of 1920
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;r When We Are Yount

LAST TIMES TODAY

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Jesse L. Lasky presents
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A beautiful highsouled=
woman, tied to a brutal
knave!
When love and hope in
another sprang; up, un-
bidden-
Come help her choose
between her heart and
"duty"
A realistic romance
clad fn a cloth of gold.

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THE BAN,

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.

E81 Se. State St., (Nickels Areade)

Nemnber of the Federal Reserve Systemn.

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Prices 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 Seats on sale TODAY

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TODA ONLY

LENA KEEFE and HARRY TICGHE in

"RED

Ralph Ince Production

DFIFTH AVE.

FOAM'

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Two men and a woman
One with a smile on his lips and mur'der in his
heart.. The other cool. calmY- and dangerous-
and then the red foam. of passion boiled over.
Why? You'll rind the answer in this new big
Ince special..

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LAST TIME, TODAY

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"NOMADS Of THE NORTH "

VANITY FAIR MAIDS COMEDY

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FROM THE NOVEL AY
JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD

COMING'
TOMORROW

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Now showing in our, windows
TINKER & COMPANY
SOUTH STATE ST. AT WIL.IAMK ST.

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$90,0

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Combined to Throw
Difficulties in the way

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of Courtship*

An unusual story in which wonderful animals a play big part. And a
real forest fire furnishes some genuine sensations.
AN ALL STAR CAST

6C!/VE WIT/I OTISS KIIER ;'zK1vg.
The submerged gentleman is Hamilton Rev elle,. famed "handsoz
leading man." Owing to the fact' that Otis Skinner, in his role
"Hajj," the beggar. of Bagdad, has an old grudge against the matin
idol, we are allowed to see nothing but bubbles the latter produc
,while drowning.

Lon Chaney,

2letty 21lythe,

Lewis Stone

Tre Suits. for rental

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First National Attraction
IMERMAID COMEDY _/ INTERM

IATIONAL NEWS

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