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October 08, 1921 - Image 7

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T0 DAY

LAST TIMES TODA

Screen

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LAST TIME TODAY

Arcade-Constance Binney
"Room and Board."

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dash ery--

Majestic--Cecil B. DeMille's pro-
duction, "The Affairs of Ana-
tol," with Wallace Reid, Wan-
da Hawley, Gloria Swanson
and Bebe Daniels.
Wuerth- James 0. Curwood's
"God's Country and the Law."
Orpheum-Robert Herron in "Co-
incidence."

ROBERT
HERRON
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nat

Showing of
Ill Veilings

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"Coincidence"

MAT. TODAY
2:00 and 4:00

SHO'

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THIS WEEEK

Stage

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THIS IS YOUR LAST OPPORTI
TO SEE THIS GREAT PRODUC

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LAST TIMES
TODAY
SHOWING
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30

The daughter of an earl and
a| stable girl!
Though she lived in a castle
she was forced by poverty to
take in boarders, and the first
to see the ROOM AND BOARD
SIGN was an American million-
aire.
There you have the beginning
of the prettiest and cleverest
romance you have seen in pic-
tures in many a moon.

Garrick (Detroit)-"Three Live
Ghosts."
Women
Hockey practice for class teams
will be held as follows: Juniors and'
seniors at 4 o'clock on Mondays and
Wednesdays; sophomores at 3 o'clock
on Wednesdays beginning Oct. '12;
freshmen at 5 o'clock Mondays begin-
ning Oct. 10. Upperclassmen have al-
ready begun practice.
Volunteers for general Y. W. C. A.
work and for selling chocolate bars in
particular are asked to sign up at New-
berry hall.
Women who are interested in social
service work at the Homoeopathic
hospital are requested to sign up for
it at Newberry hall.
Women who wish to teach English,
French, Spanish, citizenship, and danc-
ing at the city Y. W. C. A. one night
a week are asked to call immediately
at the city Y. W. C. A. or at Newberry
hall.
Chaperones for the dances over the
week end are: Packard4-Mrs. H. W.
Cake; Union-Mrs. E. G. Heartt; Ar-
mory--Mrs. Yates Adams.
Any upperclassmen who have not
yet started coming to hockey practices
need not report at the gymnasium, but
go directly to Palmer field, at the time
for practice.
The first of the required hygiene lec-
tures for freshmen and entering soph-
omore women will be held at 4 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 11, in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall. Attendance is
compulsory.
All freshmen and sophomore women
taking required gymnasium work must
have their lockers assigned by Mrs.
Blackburn before Wednesday noon,-
Oct. 12.
An extra class for instruction In.
tennis will be given by Miss Case at
1:30 o'clock on Wednesday afternoons,
beginning Oct. 12. Girls of any class
who desire to attend may report at
Palmer field.
Tryouts for Masques will be held as
follows: Freshmen from 3 to 5 o'clock.
Monday afternoon in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall; other classes from 3 to 5
o'clock Tuesday and Wednesday after-
noons in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.,

QUALITY
SERVICE
PRICE.

Bert

Ly
TEST SUCCESS

T HE three elements
which guide you in
the selection of a place
to trade.
0 UR business is
built on these wor-
thy principles.
W E ask for your
patronage and
can satisfy you that the
best place in Ann Ar-
bor to buy your meats
and groceries
is
Weinmann
Geisendorfer
Co.
Washington & Fifth Ave.

everybody 's

IN HIS LA

Another good
one coming

"The ManV
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SATURDAY EVENING POST STORY, BY LLC

STANCE
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THREE PHONES
1500
ONE NUXBER

AF

)DED FEATURES
)MORROW

BERT LYTELL appears as the
young man who goes barefooted
into exclusive New York Circles
as a protest against the high
price of shoes, and sets a fash-
Ion that arouses the whole
country.
This picture has proved one
of the most brilliant comedy ro-
mances that has ever been
screened.
IT IS THE SORT OF PICTURE
THAT SHOULD NOT BE
MISSEDI

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CONTINUOUS SHOWS
Saturday and Sunday'
2-11 P.M.

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Adults .....
Kiddies....

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LAST TIME TODAY

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BUSINESS TRYOUTS
Tryouts for the business side
of The Michigan Daily may apply
between 2 and ;4 o'clock this
afternoon. Firbt semester fresh-
men are not eligible.

1'

James
Oliver

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AF ST NATIQNAL ATTRACTI,

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"God's
Country

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ELITE
HAT SHOP
$8.50 -- $10.50
SPECIALS

"DREAM STREET"
ISAN
UNUSUAL
PICTURE
11The little players live....not
act....through nine reels.
f The direction is an exquisite
and advanced work.
.fThe characters are delightfully
human, really individual, and
most interesting.
liThe action is touched with a
quick glow of suspense that
whips attention to a complete
absorption.
ffThere are a great many sets,
some very beautiful.
iThe love scenes, we feel, are
the most natural ever present-
ed in the films.
lThe production is wrapt in a
great royal mantle of beauty.
D. W. GRIFFITH'S
New
Dramatic Comedy

FIVE

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