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April 20, 1922 - Image 6

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ASK REASON FOR
YPSI EXPULSIONS
Writ Would Force Reinstatement of 17
Normal Students
Asking President McKenny and
other officials of the State Normal
school at Ypsilanti to give sufficient
reason why Miss Alice Tanton and 16
other- young women of that school.
dismissed this school year for alleged
"social indiscretions" should not be
reinstated, a writ of mandamus was is-
sued Tuesday by Judge George S.
Sample. The writ is returnable April
26, in the county circuit court.
The writ sets forth* tht the girls
are deprived of the right, to obtain
an education under the expulsion
order, and that "their prospects for
the occupation of teaching or for mar-
ried life" have been impaired.
The state Board of Education will
meet April 28 in Ypsilanti to consider
the matter, according to word received
from Thomas E. Johnson, state sup-
erintendent of public instruction.
With regards to girls' smoking
President McKepney says "It is a
matter of common knowledge that
smoking girls in high schools and' col-
leges is greatly on the increase.' 'The
Normal college does not pass upon the
question of whether women should
smoke. It has taken the position, how-
ever, that girls who smoke are not
suitable, and consequently should not
remain in college."

MIMES To PRESENT DRAMA
"Thirteenth Chair'" Will Be Shown At
Playhouse Next Week
"The Thirteenth Chair,' y a mystery
drama, its the first play to be pre-
sented by the MimesRepertoire com-
pany since the opening of the Mimes
theater, and will be given Friday and
Saturday, May 4 and 5. Rehearsals
have been in progress for several
weeks.
There are 17 acting characters in
this play which' ran more than a year
in New York, and met with success in
road tours throughout the country. It
is considered by some to be better
dramatically than "The Bat."
Everything on the production is
being done entirely by the Mimes Rep-

thsJt-1"I L11L1
ertoire company, including staging
and scenery, and the show will be
given as completely as in New York.
Curwod Finishes
Juodgilng Stories
James Oliver Curwood, '00, returned
the 27 short stories sent to him in the
Chimes short story contest yesterday
and' they have been sent to Donal
Hamilton Haines, '09, the second1
judge in the contest. He will send
them to Harold P. Titus, '11, who will I
return them, if possible, in time for
the May issue of Chimes.
The editors of Chimes will select
the story having the largest number
of votes from the three judges for the
first prize of $50. The first prize story
will appear in the May issue.

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Brouwer Leaves in May
Prof. H. A. Brouwer, exchange pro-
fessor in geology from Holland, will
probably leave the University toward
the end of May. He still has eight
or nine more lectures to give.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.'

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eat all you wish without harm. It is 100 per
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aking proteins; liberal in vitamines. A favorite
>rain workers and a leading item on the menu
: training quarters.
redded Wheat is on the training table of near-
every school and college in this country.
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The badge of woman's "new freedom" -
'bobbed hair!
Freedom from man-rhade rules! Freedom
to work, to live, to--whoa!!
See what happened to this young goddess
of liberty when she tried to live up to her
curls and her notions!
Every move a laugh or a thrill of excite-
ment!

LAST TIMES TODAY
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Confidential
Tale of Love and
Cults and Cu ties

THE FUNNIEST COMEDY
THIS YEAR

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Something old and
something new. 'Some-
thing borrowed, some-
thing blue. And so She
married-which of the
two men who came to
the wedding to claim
her? An orange-blos-
som romance of love
and life's springtime.
OTHER GOOD FEATURES

He 'll fill your pay envelope
with million dollar'hollers!

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Nineteen
Twenty-Two!

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Was to hear the Missus call:
"Ya gotta get up-ya gotta get up-
An' go to your work this mornin'!"
The Nelr ChaplIm Laugh
Knocks9 ll ecords in Half

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REGULAR
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COMING
BETTY COMPSON
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"THE GREEN TEMPTATION"
APACHE UNDERWORLD AND SOjCIETY BOUDOIR LINKED IN THIS THRILLING
ROMANsCE OF A DAZZLING LITTLE, DANCER WIO BECAME
THE DARLING OF PARIS!

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