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nst the Sen-
ed to send
1520 South

ARBOR CHURCHES

d sophomores who have
or their posture exan-
do so at their earliest
ore women having
sophomore movie are
rn them in to -Marian
ewberry residence im-

.Three gout of town ministers will
,speak in Ann Arbor churches today.
Special music is an added feature of
the services at the Methodist church.
At the morning worship of the Pres-
byterian church Dr. Leonard A. Bar-
rett will deliver the first of a series
of sermons from the three most pop-
ular books of the year, taking as his
theme "Painted Windows." The
"Power of Example" is the subject for
discussion , at the Young People's
meeting to be held at 6 o'clock.

Special music will be rendered by
the choir of the Methodist church at
the morning services at 10:30 o'clock.
Dr. Arthur W. Stalker wil speak on
the "Mirales of Endeavor." Rev. Har-
vey C. Colburn, minister of the Con-
gregational church of Ypsilanti, will
preach at the Congregational church
at 10:30.
Holy communion at 7:30 o'clock and
morning prayer at 10:30 o'clock are
the morning services at St. Andrew's
Episcopal church. The subject of the
address to be given at the evening ser-
vice at 4:30 o'clock is "Great Men of
the Christian Church." At the Bapt-
ist church Rev. R. Edward Sayles will
take as his sermon theme "Effemin-
ate Shall Not Inherit" for the morn-

ing worship at 10:30 o'clock. The
Guild social and devotional meeting
will be held at 6:30 o'clock.
The Unitarian church will hear Rev.
Augustus P. Reccord of Detroit. There
will be an outdoor meeting, starting
from the church at 4:30 o'clock. The
speaker at the 10:30 service of the
Church of Christ will be C. C. Munn of
Detroit. The regular Sunday Upper
Room Bible class for men will be held
at Lane hall from 9:30 to 10:15 o'clock.
St. Paul's Lutheran church will hold
services at 9:30 and 11:30 o'clock.
There will be morning and evening
services at the Zion and Trinity Luth-
eran churches.
Daily Want Ads Pay.--Adv.

Coming Events
May 22-Northwestern tennis match.
Illinois golf match.
May 23-Serenade (Girls' Glee club,
Fresh).
May 25-First Senior Sing.
May 25-High school editors' conven-
tion.
May 26-Cap Night.
Architects' Ball.
May 27-Chicago baseball game.
May 29-Wisconsin baseball game.
Chicago golf match.
May 31-Lantern Night.
June 2-0. S. U. baseball game.
Last day of classes.

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the May-pole
:30 o'clock on
second at 4:45
ay 25, and the

Girls' play
ain the re-
m to 4:301

Before- this Jury of America's X
est actors, dramatists and prod
"All For A Woman" won a u

r'

)UNCED
SPORT

STARTING TODAY

mous verdict:

STUPENDOUS!

iery teams have been
various classes, and
final events in all
at once.
as follow: Junior-
n; J. Coe, J. Conna-
C. Heller, C. Water-
-A. Burdick, captain,
Early, S. Fitch, D.
r; the freshman team
ed on Wednesday.
i their first practice
n Tuesday, and the
1 practice at 4:15
Y.
ams have been chos-
from each class, but
in each squad who
endance records dur-
l be chosen as the
e part in the Field

FRANK McINTYRE
Star of big stage.
successes
Says:
"It is produced with a lavish hand
and an artistry which is seldom
equaled and never exceeded."

Ny-
ore-
-beer,

KENNETH WEBB
Iirector of Lionel Barrymore
in his classic screen portrayals
Says:
"Direction and acting are all splen-
did. It's a long time since I en-
joyed a picture so much."

- BURTON HOLMES
Internationally known Traveler,
Exprorer, Author, Lecturer
Says:
"One of the biggest and best-played
films I have ever seen. It moves
with a tremendous sweep."

I

H. 1

RAYMOND HITCHCOCK
Foremost figure of the
American Stage
Says:
"From beginning to end it is the
most interesting, most thrilling
picture of the day."

The man, in his strength,. a Samson-
The woman, in her ,very womanliness, a ql. elillih!
And as Adam for Eve, as Samson for Delilah, as
Antony for Cleopatra - this mighty man fell -

H
World-ft
an
'With its rei
of types and
I felt mys<

PROVES

people were turn-.
3 gymnasium yes-
ere the May break-
ed becaus6 the un-
ut made it impos-
.te the crowd.
. real cream and
e and coffee as one
the menu. Music-
rendered through-

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TODAY

SPECIAL GREAT COMEDY FEATUJ
CHARLIE

SCREEN

"The Man from Home,"
UlI-star cast, including
.irkwood.
- "All for a Woman,"
arlie Chaplin in "Should-

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IN A SPECIAL REISSUE OF THE FUNNIEST COMEDY EVER MADE

n - Pola Negi in "One
an Night," and Mack Son-
" Heck." I
- "Dangerous Curve
1" by Rupert Hughes. I
DAY - TUESDAY

I SHOVLDER ARMS

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"Where did you get that
wounded hand?" asked the
pretty French girl.
"I was leaning against
a barrage when it lifted,
and I over-balanced and
fell," answers Doughboy
Charlie Chaplin.

If you have seen it once we know you
will come again. It's the only comedy
that ever forced the Majestic to run;
three shows each night to accommo-
date the crowds.

"What do you mean?"
demands the irate lieuten-
ant of Doughboy Charlie
Chaplin as he stands, fir-
ing his rifle at the enemy,
his face turned to the
rear.
"I hate him so I can't
look at him," answers
Charlie.

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