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May 10, 1922 - Image 9

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-05-10

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AT THE THE ATERS

ale for the Sen-
2 to 6 o'clock
today in the box
m.
wishing addi-
11 student office
sidence.
ship meeting of
vas to have been
s been postpon-
t Monday after-

board)
at 4
arlors

e on sale this
w morning in

Tryouts for Tennis Teams Reld Today
Tryouts for class teams in tennis
will. be held for girls of all classes,
whether they are enrolled in regular
gymnasium work or not, will be held
from 2 to 4 o'clock this afternoon.
Class teams in tennis have never been
organized before, but this year an ef-
fort is being made to do so, thus plac-
ing tennis on a level with other sports.
Those in charge of the tryouts urge
all girls interested in tennis, wheth-
er they are in tennis classes or not, to
come out for the teams.
All-Pharmic Meeting at Eleven O'elock
There will be an All-pharmic mass
meeting at 11 o'clock this morning in
room 300, Chemistry building. Prof.
Charles E. Stocking, secretary of the
College of Pharmacy, will speak on
"The Narcotic Phase of Pharmacy."
This will be the second of a series of
monthly- pharmacy mass meetings.
Ann Arbor Custom Shoe Factory,.
shoes tailor made to suit your indi-
vidual taste. Sport shoes our special-
ty. Bring your repairs' to the place
where shoes are made. 534 Forest
Avenue.-Adv.
towN to e
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BAD &3®Qy
says JACKIE COOGAN
Watch for
"MY BOY"

Final windup of the details of a num-
ber of matters now under considera-
tion is expected at the next meeting of
the Board of Regents,:which will take
place Friday, May 26. It is probable
that at this meeting -several appoint-
ments will be made.
ROOMS NEEDED
Landladies desiring to list
j rooms for the week end of the
May Festival must call the Un-
ion by Wednesday, May 10, with
information as to location and
prices. One hundred rooms are"
'needed for the week end.
PHOTOGRAPHERS I
' Try-outs are wanted for the
photographic staff of the 1922- 1
1923 Michiganensian Phone J..
B. Vlack, 1508W.

SCREEN

Arcade - "Beyond the Rocks,"
with Gloria Swanson and Rud-
olph Valentino. '
Majestic- "Turn to the Right,"
and Bell's Hawaiians.
Orpheum-"What Love Will Do,"
and comedy "Robinson Crusoe."
Rae-"The Four Horsemen."
Wuerth-Mary Pickford in "Lit-
tle Lord Fauntleroy."

tRAO MARK RFG. U. S. PAT. Orr.
THEORIGINAL WIDE
GARTER
When you change from
the old narrow garters to
the comfortable wide ones. be
sure to start right.
Get.the originalE.Z.,whichImi-
tations cannot equal.
85c to $1, everywhere, in single-grip and the
E. Z. iGrip, and the E. Z. Sport Garter. Made
soicly by The Thos. P. Taylor Co.. Bridgeport, Conn.

NOTICI
The Michigan Campi
country-wide reputatioi
large number of self-si
students. In part this
'due to one large org
which has made collej
ble to'many *a studer
come in and investil
summer plan.

TODAY

i

Contrary to an impression which
may have been created by an article
which appeared in The Daily yester-
day, the plan secently initiated for a
co-operative store has no official con-
nection with the University, neither is
it a faculty plan. The men who have

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Today is "-%" Day.

Featured by leading Student Supply Stores

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aen and
Ly at 4
rsdays;
o'clock'

ms in archery
5 o'clock this
or 'Pomander
15 o'clock this
theater.
lanning to be
and would be
carry on the
gn during that
Jeva Lovewell,

First Class Food
and at
REASONABLE PRICES'
Oh, you will like the good old-fashioned
meals you get at

Be SUkE it's a

F R OSTBIT
IF IT ISN'T A
FROSTBITE
IT ISN'T FILLED WITH

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Dairy Lunch
512 E. William Street

PHONE 2030

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STARTING TODAY

THE PLAY YOU CAN'TG WRONGON

ON THE -STAGE

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ily lives in.

As great a spectacle as Rex Ingram's "The Four Horsemen";
Full of beauty and inspiring romance and bubbling with rol-
licking humor.
CRITICS ARE
Unanimousl Superla tive
Chicago Herald: Right," which amused me above
A great play splendidly acted. any play I have seen this sea-
Adverse criticism would 'e like son.
sneering at the Declaration of Washington Courier:
Independence. "A peach of a play about
Herald (N. Y.), peaches" correctly describes
"Turn to the Right." . .' . It Is
A whale of aahit.a ucolic play, hilariously fun.
Tribune-(N. Y.) F. P. A.: ny, acted competently, and gave
To dinner with my wife, and unmeasured delight to the first-
thence to see "Turn to the night audience.

f I bbl E FaS DAN4GeP
, .T U MB NT--A L.NI STS
Presenting An All' New Novelty
Hawaiian Musical Satire
"MoonightIn Aloh'aland"
NOTE:-The Management wishes to call your attention to the
fact that in bringing Bell's Hawaiians to Ann Arbor for the first
time, the Majestic is attempting to. furnish something much better
than has ever been done before. Kindly accept our statement that
Bell's Hawaiians are the best group en tour.
PRICES
Matinees-25c-35c Evenings-35c-50c
BELL'S HAWAIANS APPEAR EVERY DAY
AS FOLLOWS:
MATINEES-3 :00 EVENINGS-7:15-8:45

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