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March 27, 1921 - Image 8

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MAC

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MA]

was cosy,
And musing, .I knew,
By my side in the pew,
UNDAY FEATURE SECTION Was a dear little face that was dim-,
pled and rosy.
blished every Sunday as a supplement to A stray bit of lace and the curl of a
regular news section of The Michigan feather
Lay close to my cheek and I didn't
ntributions must be in the hands of the care whether
r by Wednesday previous to the date of The sermon was long,
sd publication sOr flirting was wrong
1 communications or contributions must Ina lonely back pew, as we knelt
gned as an indication of good faith.
down together.
day Editor.... Joseph A. Bernstein In reading the prayers we had one'
book betwen us;'
Assistants So sweet was that smile, had nobody
John I. Dakin Thomas H. Adams seen us, '
W. W. Ottaway Byron Darnton While b'ent on our knees
ary Editor.........Stewart T. Beach (Oh, how Cupid did tease)
tres.................Edwin R. Miess I had stolen a kiss, with the prayer
book to screen us.
In the oriel window the sunlight was
liD LII my dZoIny old brain I felt love
SEIDLITZ "od-a
fancies teeming;
Then my heart gave a thump--
VOV 1DERS But my ahead got a bump
On the back of the pew-I had only
By E. B. W. been dreaming.
TO A BACK PEW
sermon was long and the preacher This is the first contribution to
was prosy, come in. Much smaller favors even
cushion was soft and the corner are appreciated.

won them outstanding places in their
particular fields, but it will suffice toi
MOMshow thfc t the University of Michigan
F~ ~~faculty ( stands well to the front today.

might get up competition as they do' dustry of various countries with a
in the drives and we could read that view of the possibility of the emigra-
Such-and-Such house reported 100 per tion and settlement of Japanese
cent. fisher folk. He is now visiting Buenos
But all that is conjecture. The fact Aires where he has been given full
remains that the camera click is hit- information on the Arzentina fish in

remans hatthecamraVli11i" it- rfeiuii1 g e , s n-
(Continued from Page One) I SCRAting machine gun speed these days. dustry by the ministry of agriculture.
University will be remembered in the I., And Mr. B. M. O. C. is running out of He intends next to visit Brazil.
years to come, and whose work as safety razor blades while the laundry;
critic and composer is recognized in (Continued from Page One) bills mount and mount and mount. BOSTONDICKENS CLUB SENDS
leading musical circles. have been awful. Such are the vicis-
And again, Professor E. C. Case situdes of fame! JAPANESE FISHERMEN MAY WREATH FOR WRITER'S TOMB
whose research work and contribu- Speaking of-well, just speaking- EMIGRATE TO SOUTH AMERICA
tions have made him an authority in the suggestion has been made that a London-A wreath presented by
the field of paleontology and histori- beauty contest among the women of Buenos Aires-Japanese fishermen the All-Round Dickens club, of Bos-
cal geology. And finally Professor the University would not come amiss. may emigrate to South America to ton, was among the dozen floral pieces
Filibert Roth, pioneer and leader in Several newspapers in this section of settle here and engage in their in- laid on the tomb of Charles Dickens
the work of conservation of forests. the country have been holding them dustry. A representative of the fish- in Westminster Abbey :this month
These are only a few of the big lately and they have been well re- eries department of Japan, named when exercises were held there in
faculty men of this University-whose ceived, as the critic says of the con- Yogui, is traveling through South commemoration of the 109th anniver-
research, writing, and teaching have I cert singer. The different residences America investigating the fishing in-i sary of the author's birth.

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"Taming of the Shrew," Sun.; "Macbeth," Mon. Night
and Sat, Mat.; "Hamlet," Tues.; "Merchant of
Venice," Wed. Mat. and Sat. Night; "Servant In the
House," Wed. and Fri. Nights "Romeo and Juliet,"

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The ultra-sensational story of the
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SCHUBERT POP. MAT.
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Prices Evenings $1 to $2.50
Prices Matinees $1.50

The Draing Indiscretions of the French Court.
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The Frenzied Mobs at the Wild Guillotine Revels.
The Storming of the Bastile.
Intimate Peeps Into the Love Affairs of the Most
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Week Day Matinees
BALCONY - - - - 25c
MAIN FLOOR - - - 25c
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Sun. Mat. & Evenings

BALCONY -
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BOXES -

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