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March 29, 1922 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-03-29

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CJAMPUS WRES1~TLI1NG TOURINEY me a
pected
Semifinls hve eenreaciie inaries.
Semifinas hae ben rache inpounds,
several weights in the AUl-campus Mc~lur,
wrestling tournament. Yesterday's Galowa;

s eliminated a number of the CAMEIFRON, FORMEIIR DMAIiAGtI.4
ad the matches today are ex- OF( 1HjGAN' ADIESj
to take care of all preliminb
Today's matches are: 125
Halberg vs. Toy; 135 pounds~, Word has been received of the
e vs. Babcock; 175 pounds, death of John Duncan Cameron, '19,
y vs. Wagn~er, at 'Chicago, on March 20. His death

"RIDER for

which measures time
s of a second and may
al or tactual to deter-
Lous types of reaction.
perim~ents ar, planned
.her phases of psycho-
d to athletics.
eboogy of Problems
whtich Dir. Griffth is
4il1 present data reveal-
tion~s of the player's
is moments in the game,
3the pjractical applica-
ology to the coaches'
blems. Such questions
ntion, instinct, emotion,
personality~ will be~
e problems of fight, se-
le, anid mental health,

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I UI Starting Today

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hpd from a new angle.
hie can make an~ exhaustive
f athletes! under all conditions,
f ith refuses 'to call his finding
, bt to date his prophecies
ecked so well with the results
d on the gridiron that Director
'etics Hluff and his staff have
lopes' for the future of "The
logy of Athletics."
consin Organizes Golf Men
nsin is organizing its golf
for the coming season's play.
men from the 1921 team are'
school. They will form the

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r sale? A, Claselled
y will find 'a buyer.-

WN SINGERS and PLAYERS
N~ihts - - 50c to$2.50
Mat. Wed. - 50c to $x 50
Sat. Mat, - 5oc to $i.5o
ist Famu oein
M & HEATH
5 CARDEN OF GIRLS

Can- this be Norma?
-with a dokey for a moving van?
-with a fiery togue and a six-shot gun to make
the islanders work?
-awith skimipy skrts and roguish eye?
a girl with a m~other's heart?
WE'LL SAY IT'S NORMA--A WONDERFUL,
TANTALIZING, FASCINATING
NORM~A YOU'LL SEE

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TWO DAYS ONLY
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY

Both are Joy Duval

onl 'the pLett--,

On the r7ght-
sensible andf low.
heel~ed, respectable
and - bespectacled.

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of a Girl, Who. Gave Up Rolled
to Acquire' a. Roll ine Business!

VIOLA BANA j

SHOWING
Matinee
2:00) and 3:30
]Evening
7: 00 and 8:30
Last Feature Starts 9 pax

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Glass

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F~OR SALIE
-Large, well furnished
campus. Phone 2624-M.
129-3
HIome and 1 acre. 1 1-2
f campus.~ Fine lawn,
:. Modern~. 9 rooms. Call
Johnson. 131-5

LJOST
LOST-March 20, envelope containing
French a.nd Journalism papers.
Please call M. Coulter, 1287. 131
LOS--- Phi Sigma, Kappa pin. R.
~Woodmiansee on back of pin, Find-
er please phone 909. 131-2
JUSCELLAiEU8

Miss Dana does not throw stones but she does
g~rowy Audiences into Hysterics.
See the Slow :Motion of Miss Dana in a
Russian Dance Number.
See the stunning gowns displayed in this
beauty production
Remember this Winsomne Star In
TH[E FOURTEENTH LOYER
wvvhich startled Ann Arbor with Its pleasing satire.
"Glass n~ooses" will p~lease the mos~t diserininating
Movie Fan?
EXCEPIONAL A DDED
SHORT SUBJEC'TS

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Prom ticket, Call jA LIMITED number oti men will be
131 employed next summer by Fuller
______________ Brush Co. Applications should be
NTED made at once to 301 1set National
____________ Bank~ Bldg. Hours 3-6. 129-21
1tic young graduate. WILL THE FINDER of notebook, lost
ir right man in of- Friday, return the notes. They con-
)shed dental prac- tain valuable thesis data. Call
Address Box F. R. 293-M. E. A. Stalker, 509 S. Divi-

ARIOT
OF
LA UGHS

"TAKING CHANCES"
with ' PERCY AND FERDIE

A COMj
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) MINO rRIDAY: WIL6LIAW FARNpVM R AS

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