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April 30, 1922 - Image 8

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THE

CHIGAN D1

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DECLAMATION
ILL CLOSE MONDAY
s have tendered their
estants in the' fresh-
n contest which is to:
the auspices of the
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wishing td enter may give their names
to Donald Rloxburgh, '24, phone
2563-J, not later than Monday, May 1.
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Shoes K link As
Stdns Reiv
Horse shoe pitching, an old sport
which seemed to have been complete-
ky forgotten on the Michigan campus,,
has been revived, and everywhere can
be heard the clink of the horseshoes
as the tossers test their skill.
Dr. John Sundwall, director of Stu-
dents' Physical Welfare, is highly
pleased with the revived interest in
this sport. "It compares favorably
with golf in a point of exercise and
recreation," he explained, showing
that from the points of view of con-
venience and lack "of expense it was
a highly commendable sport.
Before long there will be approxi-
matelyh500 studentsainterested in
horseshoe pitching, according to fig-
ures from the Intramural office. The
all-campus singles and doubles, and
the inter-fraternity competition have
served to heighten interest, and
courtsdarebeing rapidlydprovided
that students' may."not be..deprived of
practice places.
There are new six courts ou the
nside of the track just south of
Waterman gymnasium. There are
three courts on Ferry field, and three
more will be added within the next
few days. These are in addition to
the large number of private and fra-
ternity courts.,

her. family from poverty. What hap-1
pens when she discovers that the man,
whom she has married =is a drunkard
makes a powerful drama and just the
kind of a production that Agnes I
Ayres is fitted to do justice to.
ORPHEUU
Constance Talmadge near'ly be-
comes mayor of her home town in
"Woman's Place" which is here for
the first three days of the week. Yet
with fourteen, trunks of Parisian
Mloths and beauty and brains in the
bargain she fails. "Woman's Place"
is an interesting little picture.
That country life is really not so
dull and monotonous is brought outI
in "Father Tom," which is here Wed-
nesday and Thursday. Tom Wise is
tlie featured player.
"Across the Deadline" which is here
on the last two days of the week, is
1a drama of a 'Northwoods, family^
feud. F'ank Mayo has the leading
role.
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TIME TO HAVE

and Furnishings cleaned Ynow.

ENERGNE

ut grease or odor.'- Energine costs us
iuch as ordinary cleaners. We gladly
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S. FOURTH AV]

JUNE HOMECOMING
EXPECTED TO HAVE
LARGE ATE ENDANTE
Word has already been received
from 24 alumni classes that they are
planning to attend the honecoming
week-end to be held June 16 to 18.
The week-end reunion plan is evident-
ly proving popular among the alumni
and all -indications point toward a
record breaking number of individual
class reunion....
Wilfred Shaw, secretary of the
Alumni association, believes that at
least ten more notices of reunions will:
be received within the next month.
While the average number of gather-
ings has been approximately 30 each
year, he believes that the new week-
end plan will draw out at least five
more than sual.
A list of he classes that will hold
reunions and their secretaries fol-
lows: '69, F. S. Dewey, Detroit; '72,
Roland Woodhams, Ann Arbor; '81,
W. S. Wheldon, Norwood, Mass.; '82M,
Charles Baker, Bay City; '87, L. P.
Joselyn, Ann Arbor; '90, C. A. Hild-
n~r, Ann Arbor; '92, W. A. Bishop,
Ann Arbor; '92L, John Knauf, James-
town, N. D.; '95L, W. C. Michaels,
Kansas City, Mo.; '97M, E. P. Wilbur,
Kalamazoo; '97L, W. L. ~ Hart, Alli-
ance, Ohior '0'7M, F. 3. McMichaels,
Gary, Ind.; '09E, S. B. Wiggins, De-
troit; '10, 'F. B. Briggs, New oYrk;
'10E, W. F. Zabriskie, Detroit; '1L,
J. H. rPrimeau, Detroit; '11, G. W.
Kingsbury, St. Clair; '11E, H. Bouch-
ard, Ann Arbor; '11M, Ward F. Seely,
Detroit; '12, C. W. . Eberbach, Ann
Arbor; '12E, T. J. Michell ,Ann
Arbor; .'1$L, George Brand, Detroit;
'20, Russel Barnes, Detroit;'20E, Carl
Barton, Detroit.

Th e New May VctorI
_ "
Now is the time to hear them, while our stock is complet
That tells you better how much you'll enjoy
SACRED SELECT
74737 12 The Living God! (Johnstone-O'Hara/
45306 10 Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing
" 1Saviour, Like a Shepherd Lead Us
TUNEFUL CONCERT AN.
r , 66039 10 Granadinas (Farewell, My Granada) (Calleja-Bar
88647 12 Secret of Suzanne-Oh gioia, la nube leggera In
88648 12 Barbiere di Siviglia-La Calunnia (Rossini) InT
66036 10 Carlssima (Penn)
74742 12 Love's Nocturne (Notturno d'Amor) (Fucacci-Dr
C 66024 10 The Road That Brought You to Me (Hamblen)
LIGHT VOCAL SELl
Longing, Dear, For You
45307 10 Rocklin' in de Win'
Don't Leave Me Mammyt
18875 10 Time After Time
1 7 Play that 'Song of India' Again
1881'7 10 Those Days Are Over,
Georgia"
1$876 10 Oh! You Beautiful Baby
5 Waggle o' the Kilt
55153 12 Bella McGraw (Back, Back, to Where the Heathe'
- MELODIOUS INSTRL
i 66037 10 CaprIce No. 13 (Paganini-Kreisler) (Violin Solo)
= 66040 10 Serenade Espagnole (Chaminade-Kreisler) (Viola
66016 10 Prelude in C Sharp Minor (Rachmaninoff) (Pian
66041 10 Waltz (Brahms, Op. 39, No. 15) (Violin Solo)
= 74736 12 Walkure-Wotan's Farewell and Magic Fine Musi
- 66038 10 Canzonetta (Godard) (Violin Solo)
' Waltz (from Suite for two Pianos) (Arensky) (Pi
,= 45305 10 Espana Rapsodie (Chabrier) (Piano Duet)
DANCE RECO]
1872 Jimmy-Fox Trot
18872,10After the Rain-Fox Trot
' Tee-Pee Blues--Fox Trot
' 18874 10 Black Eyed Blues-Fox. Trot
While Miami Dreams-Fox Trot
18878 10 Tell Her at Twilight-Fo Trot
Old FasIioned Girl-Fox Trot (from "Bombo")
. 18879 10 Little Grey Sweetheart of Mine-Meidley Fox Trot
, 80 1Bygones-Fox Trot
=18880 10 By the Sapphire Sear-Eox Trot
My Mammy Knows-Fox.Trot
18870 10 Angel Child-Fox Trot
Ten Little Fingers, and Ten Little Toes-Fox Troy
" 18871 10 In Bluebird Land-Fox Trot
110 South Main Street
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Come in now.

ECTION
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Olive Kline
Olive Kline
Vernon Dalbart
Henry Burr
Charles Harrison
Albert Campbell-Henry Burr
Peerless Quartet
Aileen Stanley-Billy Murray,
Sir Harry Lauder
) Sir Harry Lauder

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Paul Whiteman and
Paul Whiteman and
The Benson Orchesi
The Benson Orches1
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The Benson Orchest

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Theaters

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Corner Huron and 4th
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not starched nor ironed
into it, but woven and
tailored into it. It is as
easy to launder as a
handkerchief.
Price fifty cents. Will,
outwear half a dozen'
ordinary collars.

(Continued on Page 3)
t ,' 'WUERtTHi. ;
"School Days," the attraction here
fore the first ;four #days of the {week;
belongs to the class of petter pictures.
There cannot be said to be much plot
to the story but it scores mainly for
the intimate picture of youth which.
it offers. Wesley Barry, who is fea-
tured in the production, clearly estab-
lishes the fact that he is the best
young actor on the screen. This pic-
ture is appealing not only because off
the . clever asting but also because of
the genuine humor of the situations.
"School Days" is eight reelss ong and
is adapted from Gus Edward's vaude-=
ville play.
"Marry the Poor Girl," the farce
comedy which is here for the re-
mainder of the week, is a perfect sub-
ject for the particular talents of the
Carter De Havens. The action bf the
picture is centered at a fashionable
Long Island house party, where two
engaged couples become the innocent
victims of a well-wishing friend, who
trys to solve the difficulty. It is the
frothiest, most sophisticated type of
comedy.
M#AJE STIC
"Is Martimony a Failure" could be
the most depressing sort of tragedy
hut instead it is the merriest comedy
you can imagine. Also it has an all-
star cast which includes Lila Lee,
ois Wilson, T.' Roy Barnes and.Tuly
Marshall. There are six 'married '
'o iles represented in the picture
whlich gives a rather wide field from
which to decide whether or not mar-"
r'aue is a failure. "Is Matrimony g
ailure" is here for the first three
days of the week.'
Aanes Ayres and Jack Holt head
fie cyst of "Bought and Paid For,"
William de Mille's production which
j 'here for the rest of the week.
Agnes Ayres takes the part of a
pretty telephone girl who marries a

".THE

1th

OF THE MICLHIGAN VNION
Friday and Saturday, May
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THE PERFORMANCES ARE. FO4R THE GENERAL PUBLIC, AS WELL AS FOR
-MEMBERS OF THE' UNIVERSITY
THE MIMES REPERTOIRE COMPANY
.PRESENT

BAYARD VEIRIN

A Mystery Drama

Full of
Years.

Thri ls and Comedy. A Play that has Stood the Test for F
The Best Drama of Its Kind Ever Written.

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A MOST

COMPLETE PRODUCTION EXACTLY AS PRESENTED IN
YORK, BOSTON, CHICAGO, PHILADELPHIA, ETC.

CHAIR"

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Lis VAN CRAFShirt (a soft whiteshirt with the VAN HEVSRN Col
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AS ALWAYS IN "MIMES" PRODUCTIONS ALL CHARAC-
TERS ARE PLAYED BY MEN STUDENTS
MAIL ORDERS NOW - Send check and self-acdressed stamped envelope.
ALL SEATS RESERVED - PRICE $1.00
SEATING CAPACITY LIMITED TO 500
BOX OFFICE SALE THURSDAY, MAY 4, AT 10:00 A. M.

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THIS I THE MOST COMPLETE STUDENT THEATRE IN AMERICA
AND OPERATED BY STUDENTS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT

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