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Michigan Daily:
of the underlying principles of
mpaign for the proposed wo-
building is, I understand, to
strate that women should and
cupy a definite position on the
s, not as a fifth wheel on the
, but as a vital power in cam-
!e and activities. The question
mind is not concerned with
>tives and ability of the women
elves, but with the policies of
in authority. Are the latter
the girls in this undertaking,
they getting themselves up as
to suppress and restrict all
made by the girls?
Saye Edict Is Hostile
recent edict forbidding women
cit on the campus is, logically,
roduct of a hostile mind. If
soliciting is to be considered
and undignified by the great)
of the Narrow-Minded, why in
i's name should the restriction
ed from three definite spots on,
Lmpus? There is no possible
n to the question other than
omeone or other in authority
too well-developed notion as
w and when that authority
be asserted.
onally, I should feel immensely
for myself if I were a woman
s campus. There is an element
er futility about any activity
aken by women outside of ath-
and dramatics-a sense of in-
ty. For what shall it profit a
a if she work hard, only to have
>rk practically undone by some
mntly pointless restriction,. just
ability and perseverance are be-
g' to be recognized? For in-
at the very time when every
is being made to bring in money
e Women's Building Campaign,
ced Authority steps in and
ely forbids 'any but women
tors at the 'Junior Girls' play.

just so long as those people have
control of things who take advantage
of their authority by the issuance of
pointlessly inane and unreasonable.
restrictions. I snicker.
"A Male Observer."
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MAJESTIC
Cecil B. DeMille's big production,
"Fool's Paradise," is the attraction
the first part of the week. The story
is a dramatic one and the plot deals
with a blind soldier who is tricked into
marrying .the woman he hates. The
three principal roles are in the hands
of Dorothy Dalton, Mildred Harris
and Conrad Nagle. Like most DeMille
productions, the picture is of the spec-
tacular type with unusual settings
and a colorful atmosphere.
Agnes Ayres who scored so decisive-
ly in "The Sheik" is here Friday and
Saturday in Sir Gilbert Parker's
Canadian romance, "The Lane That
Had No Turning." Miss Ayres plays
a. highly emotional role, that of a
singer who sacrifices a. career and
wealth to devote her life to her hus-
band who has become a hunchback.
ARCADE
"One Glorious Night," featuring Will
Rogers and Lila Lee is here through
Tuesday. It is a comedy with a de-
cided psychological touch. You will
never manipulate a ouija board again
after seeipg how the one in "One

WUETH
The hunt for happiness is the theme
of "What Do Men Want?" which is
the attraction the first four -days of'
the week. Some say that men do not
know what they want but Lois Weber,
the author and producer of the picture,
seems to have a few opinions about it
which she presents quite convincingly.
"Rip Van Winkle," which is here
the remainder of the week, has been
considered a good story for many
generations and is certainly makes
an interesting picture. Somehow it
is a tale you keep on enjoying. Thom-
as Jefferson makes a likable Rip Van
Winkle and all of the other roles are
well played, especially the children's
roles.
ORPHEUM
Nazimova in "Billions," a drama
from French sources, is here the first
three days of the week. As the title
indicates, the plot of "Billions" re-
volves about people of wealth and
high position. Nazimova plays the
part of a Russian princess.
ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
SCHEDULE EIFEECTIVE OCT. ro, 1921
Read Down Central Standard Time
A M. P.M. P.M. A&PUĀ£
Daily Daily D ailyDaily
7:30 1:30 Lv... Adrian ...Ar. 7.00 12:45
8:os 2:05 .... Tecumsek .... 6:25 12:10
8:25 2:25.......Clinton......6:0 ssI:go
9:1s 3:1"...Saline.....g~ig xx~oo
0 45 3:45 Ar. Ann Arbor Lv. 4:45 10:30
Read Up
SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS
P.M. P.M.
3:30 Lv... Adrian ...Ar. 9:oo
4:05 . Tecumseh ... 8:25
4:25 .. Clinton ,., 8:os
s:s ... Saline ...... 7:15
5.4 Ar. Ann Arbor Lv. 6:45
P;IMI.P.M.

In "Shattered Dreams" Miss du
Pont, the featured player, has the role
of a young art student in the Latin
quarter of Paris. She takes under
her wing an Apache who seeks to rob
her studio and makes a man of him.
The picture is here Wednesday and
Thursday.
Edna Murphy and Johnnie Walker
are co-starring the remainder of the
week in "Play Square." Considered
as sheer entertainment of a lively sort
the picture is uncommonly success-
ful.
Glee Club Has Record Enrollment
The Freshman Glee Club has now
reached a record enrollment of 36
members and A. F. Koepcke has been
elected president. Meetings are held
at 7:15 o'clock every Wednesday even-
ing at the Union.

Our prints are made on Velox.
Materials that are Eastman made and r
ods that are Eastman approved, plus th
perience of our experts are. guaranties o
est quality finishing.
Bring us your films
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Glorious Day" behaves. How would
you feel if your real spirit became
dissatisfied and left your body? This
is what happens to Will Rogers in
"One Glorious Day:"
In the big double bill which is seen
the rest of the week Chic Sale is fea-
tured in "His Nibs" and Ethel Clayton
is seen in "Her Own Money." . This
is the first, picture in which Chic Sale,
vaudeville headliner, has ever appear-
ed and this is its initial showing. It
can be said that Mr. Sale has created
a new type of comedy-the multi-char-
acter type. Chic Sale appears in
seven distinct characterizations. The
production is a satire on the rural
picture show.
Ethel Clayton is seen to advantage
in "Her Own Money" which is a pic-
ture of domestic life. Some unique
situations arise which' make it more
interesting than the ordinary drama
of domestic troubles. The star plays
the role of an economical wife of an
extravagant young husband.

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is on the ground that tra-
bids it. When a tradition
he realm of the unprogres-
about time to dispense with
Tunior Play is not by any
amateur production, but it
r be given the recognition
Iserves when two-thirds of
ts is forbidden to see it!
women in general will con-
remain in the undesirable
1 position on this campus

SPRING

MODES

flake Their Formal Vow
A~nd Ask You To lie Present

DAY DESSERT

A DELICIOUS COMBINATION OF
ORANGES & FRENCH CREAM'

WIT H

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CHARLES (OHIO) SALE
as -
"HIS NIBS"'
Proprietor. Manager and Oper-
ator of the
Slippery Elm Picture Palace
One 4f the seven characters he
plays in the photoplay
of that name.
Probably the.first time in
the history of motion pic-
tures that one' artist por-
trays seven distinct char-
acters in a feature pro-
duction.
ALSO^
ETHEL CLAYTON
- in-
"HER OWN MONEY ",

HAWAIIAN PINE APPLE SHERBET
Our Week end Special COUNTRY CLUB
Brick. A treat to eat that cannot be beat.
PHONE 2830 PHONE 2830
SC E CRE A M

B ECAUSE outdoor sports are given an ever-increasing importanc
ion - and one motors and lunches, dances and dines, between
new fashions reflect the sports motif in larger proportion than ever be
lends a delightful spiciness to the mode, apparent in all things weara
Spring Apparel Exposition an unwonted thrill, intriguing one migi
pect.

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-Wraps "and
Capes Are
Clever
ANY number, of clever
things are being done
to the smart Wraps and
Capes. .By a baffling gen-
ius a big silk collar becomes
a sleeve; silk crepe models
have novelty silk lining
matching the frocks under-
neath; chin collars are given
long flowing ends; sirulated sleeves appear
unexpectedly and the graceful fulness of the
circular shape is the veil.
$25.00 and up

The Assurance
of New Spring
Frocks

SUCH adorable little affa
Chine, straight and slim,
taffetas; such ,beguiling attrac
of Marocain or Romain for
informal evening wear. Su
loveliness in exotic creation
And almost the smartest of
all - Frocks, of kasha, iric-
otine, and wool rep, in the
distinguished simplicity of
their tailored perfection.'
$19.75 to $59.50

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V ERY new is the smart little'
jacket with its flare over the
hips, its snug shoulders and sleeves
quite loose from the elbow. To be
consistent there must be a new hint
of fullness in the skirt, as well.
Many favored models, however,
show the jaunty short box coat, so
versatile in its wearableness.

Spring Brings Its Joys_

And much of the happiness that seems to fill
every home to overflowing at this time of the
year can be attributed to the new furniture
that always comes with this season. After all,
life is just what you make it and you can go a
long ways toward making it happy by fur-
nishing your home with comfortable furni'-
ture. We will be glad to show you anything
we have.

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THE three piece Suit,' w
Paris vise, includes in its
range, the cleverest of little
and crepella models as well as
lustrous satins of 'dressy aspec
tailleurs of Poiret twill, wool'
and serge, and stunning suits c
ported tweeds in lovely sha
deep tan and pastel tones.

$25.00

to $59.50

HA

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113 East Washini

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