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March 23, 1921 - Image 5

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ANDAILY

TODAY
Screen
Majestic - Mabel Normand in
"What Happened to Rosa."
Arcade--Douglas Macbean in
"Chickens." Comedy, Bray
comic, and Kinograms.
Wnerth-Pearl White in "The
Tiger's Cub." Sunshine com-
edy and Universal News.
Orpheum--"The. Branding Iron."
Comedy, "Tea for Two," and
an episode of, "Velvet Ping-'
ers."
TONIGHT
Stage
Whtney- "Oh, Oh, Cindy."
TIS WEEK
Garrick (Detroit)-""The Bird of
Paradise," an Hawaiian rom-
ance with Florence Rockwell
and the Singing Hawaiians.

Student Conert
This Afternoon
Advanced students in the Univer-
sity School of Music will give a con-
cert of piano, vocal and violin selec-1
tions at 4:15 o'clock today in School
of Music hall. Anyone interested is
invited to attend
The program is as follows:
Etude, F minor... ........... Liszt

Violet Ingleright
Adoration ... ... .........Boro~ski
Lora Corson
The Nightingale.............
Gnomenrelgen..... ..........Lisztj
Prelude, G minor ...... Rachmaninoff
Irene Rosenberg
Now Like a Lantern........Kramer
Yellow Butterfly ............Bassett
Grace Ohlmacher
Fantasie, D minor........ .Mozart
By the Seashore ...........Arensky
Elizabeth Schwier

Serenade Itallenne.... 1. B. Boznanski
Lydia Fiegel
Scherzo, Op. 39 ... . ........ Chopin
Gordon Loud,
0. Night of Dream and Won-
der ................... Burleigh
Life, Love and You........... Scott
Nita Faust
Wisconsin Installs New R. 0. T. C. Unit
Final arrangements have been made
for a mounted unit of the reserve of-
ficers' training corps at the Univer-

sity of Wisconsin. This' is tp be part
of the artillery unit and will supple-
ment the motor truck and tractor
equipment already supplied., Sixteen
horses are being furnished by the war
department and drilling is Ito begin
at once.

What's in a

ever try T
when you
nice lunch?

"UTTLI
wanted

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PRES SERS.
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IIConveniently, located just one-
half block'south os the "~Mai"
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, 'whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
-Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplu~s, $U25,000.00
8esoui Ces.:.....$,00,00.(!0
707 North Uiniversity Ave.
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron

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ORPHEUM TODAY AND
__ TOMORROW
THE STAR OF STARS
Thrills -- Romance- Adventures
P EA R L WHITE
IN
'ITIGER'S CUB'

Ladies Party Gowns a Specialty

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Schubert (Detroit) - Second
week of "Broadway Brevities
of 1920," with Bert Williams
and George McKay.
Begin Surveys for Heating Tunnel
Preliminary surveys. for a heating
tunnel from the power, plant to the
new hospital, the. construction of
which is under consideration, have
been started, according to an an-
nouncement by the buildings and
! grounds department.

GAYETY COMEDY
"Ton For' Two"

Episode 8
~."VELVET FINGERS"

TODAY AND TOMORROW
A Ripi-roaring, Nile-a-minute
Comedy
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ANN ARBOR

AMUJSEMIENT CENTRE OF

FREE TRAINING
During Sprin~g Vacation
SELLING BRUSHES.
You Can't Mistake-
it's A Money Mauer!
Write Box ",Brushes"$
Care Michigan Daily

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jBroadway Brevities
of 1920
GA'RR1 CK
DEf 1T
THE BIRD Of !AIIADISE
with Florence Rockwell and the Singing Hawaiians
Nighti 75c to $3 Wed. and Sat. Matinee 50c to $2

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MARTHA MANSFIELD
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WHAT HAPPENED OROA
Adapted fiomthe storj RSA AAROEN TRANT~E
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"GILDED LIES"

STARTING EASTER SUNDAY'

- MARCH 27

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Neither pity nor regret was in the heart of Kenne McComb
when he first learned of the wretchedness of his former fiancee,
However, in time his' bitterness melted, and he protects her
from her brutal husband.
How they became remarried and forgot the tragedy that almost
threatened to wreck their lives is set forth in one of the most
absorbing dramas ever screened.

p~imous contnent ~sta"r
Direct from the World's-Record-BDreaking Presentation at
Ca~itoI Theatre, New (York
THE SCREEN'S MIGHTIEST EPIC-TOOK TWO YEARS TO PRODUCI
Beautiful and powerful beyond compare. The romance of the wor'
most daring adventuress.
Great Art is Sexless-love achieves sublimity only i#1 the lives of men
women who rise above human laws and conventions.
This is the romance of a woman more fascinating and daring th~an Cle(
tra and a man -whose love for her transcends death itself.
D0ELUXE PRESENTATION INCLUDING ORCHESTRA OF FOUJRTEEN and GREAT SOU

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I Attractions:
RAY COMIC

COMEDY "BLONDES"
KINOGRAMS

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SUNSHINE COMEDY

UNIVERSAL NEWS

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