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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Second Issue Of
Whimsies"Has

Literary

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(By P. W.)
"Whimsies," the campus literary
magazine with anonymous editor or
editors, has again made its appear-
ance, this time being devoted largely
to poems and essays. The second
number of the magazine, whose au-
thors are designated merely by "Box
147, Ann Arbor," shows the same lit-
erary qualities which were displayed
in the first issue.
Appealing to the love of the ancient
and the reverence for things that have
existed throughout time, the poem,
"West Hall," eulogizes that building
and expresses admiration for the spirit
in which it has stood unchanged. The
purpose of this is to stir the students'
hearts to the realizatio of memories
founded around a building that we are
all too apt to characterize as "unfit"
and "unworthy."
Pieces Cleverly Written
"The Legend of the Last Faun," is
a cleverly written piece, worthy of a
place in the reading of those who look
toward the simple and beautiful style
of writing.
"Shades," a sketch in which the
scene is laid "in the country between"
presents the philosophy of two souls
who change places when one is com-
manded to reappear on earth. The
treatment is clever, considering the
difficulty which is usually met in.
sketches of this type.
Essays entitled "Paper Ideals," and
"My Coat of Yesteryear," well written
and to the point, offer introductions
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for further thought upon the reader
part. Stimulation is their aim.
Poemns of Good Callhre
Throughout the magazine short
poems are printed, some of which are
in free verse. These are mostly of a
good calibre, presenting moods and in-
sights into life.
Anacknowledgment is madc by
those responsible for the publication:
of "Whimsies" for the moral support
it has received since the first issue
made it appearance some time ago.
An appreciation for all contributions
is made. "About the Next?" outlines]
what ""Whimsies" hopes to do in the
line of literary achievement in the
future. !}

Something New In Hair Goods

Trubey
Home-made Candies
and Box Candies
Discount on Box Candies
218 S. MAIN STREET
Phone 166

S H U B E R
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Broadway Brevities
of 1920
ARRI CK
DETROIT
T H BIRD E O PARADISE
with Florcnce Rockwell and the Singing Hawaiians
Nights 75c to $3 Wed. and Sat. Matinee 50c to $2

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Bouclette Nouveau

Switches and Ear-Muffs

Call and See Them at

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THE STODDARD HAIR SHOP

707 NORTH UNIVERSITY

AT THE THEATERS

TODAY
Screen
Majestic-Lionel Barrymore
"The Devil's Garden."

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Arcade - "Paying the Piper."
Comedy, "Edgar Camps Out,"
and Kinograms.
Wuerth-Otis Skinner in "Ki's-
met," and Fox News.
Orpheum-Katherine McDonald
in "The Notorious Miss Lisle.".
Goldwyn comedy, "Excess Bag-
gage," and Vod-a-vil Movies.
THIS WEEK
Stage
Garrick (Detroit)-"The Bird of
Paradise," an Hawaiian rom-
ance with Florence Rockwell
and the Singing Hawaiians.

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EDITH ROBERTS

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STARTING EASTER SUNDAY - MARCH 27
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Direct from the World's Record-reaking Presentation at
Capitol Theatre, New York
THE SCREEN'S MIGHTIEST EPIC-TOOK TWO YEARS TO PRODUCE
=Beautiful and powerful beyond compare. The romance of the world's
=most daring adventuress.=
-Great Art is Sexless-love achieves sublimity only in the lives of men and2
women who rise above human laws and conventions.
2This is the romance of a woman more fascinating and daring than Cleopa-2
tra and a man whose love for her transcends dedth itself.
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"The Fire Cat"

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Hundreds of Thrills
A young Castilian girl, to avenge the murder of her mother
goes to a foul Peruvian mining camp and entices the assassin
to his death. Later a young Amer-can enters her life reveal-
ing to her a finer nature.

UNIVERSAL COMEDY

SCREEN MAGAZINE '

Schubert (Detroit) - Second
week of "Broadway Brevities
of 1920," with Bert Williams
and beorge McKay.
College Farming Experts Meet
Chicago, March 21-Agricultural ex-
perts from practically every college
and university in the grain states will
meet here today to outline a campaign
for the most comprehensive grain and
hay exposition ever held.
Read The Daily for Campus news.

WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY

PEARL WHITE
"The Ti er's Cub"

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LAST TIMES TODAY
'Paying the Piper'
FITZMAURICE PRODUCTION
AND COMEDY - EDGAR CAMPS OUT
STARTING TOMORROW
AND BALANCE OF WEEK

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Directed by
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BETWEEN THE RISE OF THE SUN AND THE
COMING OF NIGHT HAJJ THE BEGGAR ROSE
FROM the DUST to AFFLUENCE and RETURNED
AGAIN to the DUST from WHENCE HE CAME.
PALING
INTO INSIGNIFICANCE THE
TALES OF THE ARABIAN KNIGHTS
MR. SKINNER'S GREATEST PORTRAYAL

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Faith to one wife- - - or the unleashing of the
predatory love-instincts of a man's mind?
Theplot jagdalene and Pharisee
It needs a player with the power of Lion.el Barymore
to depict William Dale, rocking before the lure of a
sin for which he had slain a man and exacted the
punishment of life-long torment from his own wife.
And Barrymore achieves a triumph.
He holds the mirror to man's mind; reveals the
nymphs of love-the hags of satiation.
A production worthy of the star. Powerful in drama:
profound in thought ; paramount in entertainment.
EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTIONS

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2 Reel Chester Comedy
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THURSDA Y

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ORCHESTRA

EUGENE O'BRIEN in "GILDED LIES"
Co-staring with MARTH A MANSFIELD

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TOMORROW-- Mabel Norman In "WHAT HAPPENED TO ROSA"

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