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March 26, 1922 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-03-26

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e~fthe largest coliseums in the
;ry is being 'built in. Detroit by'
state for the Michigan State Fair
ciation on the new fair grounds
ortih Wo. d ward near the six mile
These :grcoutds were just taken
by the state last year.
e building 'was designed by L. W.
17, state architect, who'~ is now
izlgwith the buildings and grounds
tment In connection with the
al building addition, and is simi-
L construction with the large field
e the athletic department is plan-
The building itself is to be four
red feet long, two hundred feet
and over seventy feet in height.

ranged in. the shape of a
and will have a seating
over six thousand people.
mated that the total cost
proximately $225,0 00.

will be, ar-
large bowl
capacity of
It is _esti-
will be ap-

A. A. A. Offers Prize for Name
CA campaign is being carried on by
the American Automobile association
to find a fitting sobriquet for reckless
automobile drivers. Th~e name wanted,
and for which the association will
pay 'a $25 prize, is one that will be as
comprehen~sive as "jay-walker" and
one which will bear a like condemn-
ing connotation. All suggestions
'should be submitted to. Washington
D. C. Contest Editor.

BY BRED

Only one was drowned last winter
on the Huron river by breaking
through the ice while skating. In
winters past as many as two or three
have met death in. this way. It is
believed by some that this decrease is
due both to the care takeni by skaters
and by that taken by city officials in
their attempt to make skating as safe
as possible.
FRESHmAN FROLIC WILL BE
FO1)FAIL AFFAIR THIS YEAR
The Freshman Frolic this year will
be a formal affair, according to the
statemient of the committee in charge

ICE

mittee also wishes to stress the fact-
that programs .will be, used and that Free schiolarshi
no stags will be admitted. ses'sion of the Ch~il
Applications can be mailed to De- are being offered
Witt Taylor, '07 South State street. nent musicians
They should be sent in immediately, as Auer, Herbert Wi
the Union will only accommodate 200 ence Hinkle.
members of the freshman class. They will be aw
______________examinations, wh'
NalCamus Stories BI-weekly any interested.C
Bi-weekly press service reports are information 'shoun
now sent out by the journalism de- to the college.
partment of the University to approxi-
mately 2000 - newspapers throughoutI Lost something'
the country. These reports contain The Daily. will 8'
lV1 d to 20 stories concerning the events
yof the campus. About 000 copies are Read Michigan
sent to newspapers in this state. will buy wisely.-

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An Answer to
'Your Appeal!

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vPPUiJ
Violay
and.

EVNER SINCE THE MAJESTIC FIRST SHOWED RICH-
ARD "ITCHIE" HEADRICK IN "THE WOMAN IN, HIS
HOUSE" AND LATER IN "THE CHILD THOU G AY-
EST ME" THERE HAVE BEEN HUNDREDS OF RE-
QUESTS TO SEE HIS NEXT PICTU~RE. WE TAKE
PLEASURE IN PRESENTING
\THE THREE-YEAR-OLD WON-
DER CHILD
DICKIE HEADRICK
..... {! a in his happiest Role of the
Screen in
'. PLAYTllING~S OF DESTI'NY"
" . ;,;,". .; "" "'in whichi he co-stars with

'~Alwiay3s a Good Show-Often a Great One

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Starting Today
(Sunday.Monday-Tuesda y)

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when'
lliant
place
.e the-

I~uC EllDAD LDE ~ ~ [

The first she married in a Canadian
wilderness and never divorced!I-

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the
run
here

The second found her in a blizzard,
married her arid took her to the Trop-
ics 1
Was she justified in 'marrying b~oth?
And rfow all three' have met and she
must choose-
LOVIS B. MAYER PRESENTS

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pry
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SHOWS SUJNDAY
1:30
3:00
7:00
8:30

IN1 A DRAMA OF

:NAIIITY

"Pla

inte role he

Kwill delight you as never befo're
trays %in "Playthings of Destiny."
ING TO SEE HIMT SURE/i!

Do,

WITH A .SUPPORTING CAST OF

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ANITA STE WART has never made a better picture;
nor has' a more novel one been made by any one.
You must see "Playthings of. Destiny!"h

You'll find new heights of dramatic art in this story
of a girl whbo was bigamously guilty,t yetinoet
bigamous. incet
SAs Strange a Drama as You've Ever Seen
ANOTHER GOOD NOVELTY PROGRAM
WPITH
A"MONKEY, SHINES"'
ACampbell Comedy-(a nev series of comedies lust
secured by the Majestic. 'this is the first one to be
______________shown)

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COMING WEDNESDAY
NORMA TALMADGE
..,"LOVE'S REDEMPTION"

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