THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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"The Prodigal Judge," a production
adapted from Vaughan Kester's fam-
ous story, is the attraction for the
first four days of the week. The locale
of the picture is Tennessee and the
story is a most spectacular -one. Jean
Paige and Maclyn Arbuckle have the
main roles. ,
"The Sheik's Wife," a picture of
Arabia with plenty of daring deeds
and action is the screen offering for
the remainder of the week. The at-
mosphere, customs and traditions of
the desert are well brought out in the
"Reported Missing," the picture at
the Majestic this week, is a happy me-
lange of comedy and farce and is with-
out doubt, one of the most successful
comedies ever produced. Owen Moore
is the star- and does some exceptional
work. The picture whirls with inci-
dent, with escapes-absurd and other-
wise. The picture is frankly a screen
burlesquesofseveral well-known pic-
ture and stage themes.
Katherine MacDonald plays two en-
tirely different roles in "The Beautiful
Liar" which is here for the first three
days of the week. First she is a dash-
ing Follies star and then she is a prim
May MacAvoy is featured Wednesday
and Thursday in , "Virginia's Court-
ship." 1This is a light, interesting
comedy, and an unusually good ve-
hicle for Miss MacAvoy.
"Kisses" in which Alice Lake is seen
for the rest ofthe week, is a .comedy-
drama of business and bon-bons, in
which Miss Lake portrays a girl who
applies some boarding school princi-
ples to her father's business.
tubye De Remer is th' star in
"The Way Women Love" which 'is
here for the first three days of the
week. The picture is a. decidedly well
worked out mystery story.,
"fills of Hate" is the attraction f r
the next two days of the week.' It is
another big outdoor picture, set in the
Hoot Gibson is featured in "The
Bearcat" for the rest of the week. The
story deals with a man who is con-
vinced that he is a "bad m'an without
"Cornered," a Dodson Mitchell com-
edy melodrama, is the offering of the
Bonstelle company this week. The
play concerns the striking resemblance
of the adopted daughter of two deni-
izens of the underworld to a young
heiress who is in a slumming party
that visits Chinatown. "Cornered" is
a combination of the mysterious thrill-
ing, and humorous, loaned and added
strength through the Chinatown scene
and the inhabitants thereof.
SUNDAY SEICES IN
ANN ARBOR CHURCHES
Pentecost will be observed by the
celebration of Holy Communion in sev-
eral Ann Arbor churches today.
Communion services will be held at
the First Methodist church this morn-
ing. Student bible classes will be
held in Wesley Hall at noon. The
Wesleyan Guild will hold a devotional
meeting on the Boulevard this even-
ing, under the leadership of Edward
Ramsdell, '23. Those participating in
this meeting will meet at Wesley Hall
at 5:45. A musical service- will be
held at the church at 7:30 this even-
Holy Communion will be observed at
St. Andrew's Episcopal church at 7:35
this morning and again at 10:30
o'clock.rAt 4:30 this afternoon, Rev.
Charles T. Webb will give an address
"The Secret of Changed Lives" will
be the theme of Rev. Leonard A. Bar-
rett's sermon at the Presbyterian
church this morning. At the Young
People's meeting at 6:00 this evening.
Miss Mary Harris, '23, will lead in the
topic, "The Church in Industrial Cen-
The Congregational church will hold
its annual Children's Day services at
10:30 o'clock this morning.
"The Life Habit of Reading"'is Rev.
Sidney S. Robins' sermon topic at the
Unitarian church this morning. The
last young people's outdoor meeting
of the year will be held at 4:30 o'clock
Rev. R. Edward Sayles will preach
on the subjedt, "Fret Not Thyself" at
the First Baptist church this morning.
Dr. Chapman will lead the Student
guild at noon. Miss Glen Tsu Liu,
'24M, of Kiangsu, China, will give an
address on "Growing Up with China"
at the Guild social hour at 6 o'clock
Rev. F. P. Arthur, of the Church of
Christ, will preach on "The Functions
of the Church" this morning, and on
"The Strength of the Gospel" this
evening. Students' classes will be held
Holy Communion will be observed at
Trinity Lutheran Church this morn-
ing, when Rev. 4. F. Gunderman will
preach on "Another Comforter."
Pentecostal services in German will
be held at Zion Lutheran church at 9
o'clock this morning. Confirmation
services will be held at 10:30.
Pentecostal services will also be held
at St: Paul's Lutheran church this
morning. A service in German will
be held at 9:30 and English services
at 11:30 o'clock.
Michigan Chess Club Recognized
Recognition of the Michigan Chesq
club has been granted by J. A. Burs-
ley, Dean of Students. The club has
ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS LINE.
Schedule in effect June 1, 1922.
Central Standard Time.
Leave Ann Arbor for Adrian at 8:45
a. m., 12:45 p. m., 4:40 p. m. daily ex-
cept Sundays and holidays.
Sundays and holidays, 12:45 p. n. and
6:45 p. m.
existence for the required Membership is open to anyone inter- George S. Barnes, '24; vice-pre:
time necessary for probation ested in chess. Ben Dushnik, '23E; and see
numbers about 25 members. Officers of the club are: president, treasurer, Spencer P. Curley, '24
Broiled Spring Chicken and
French Fried Potatoes, 60c
That's the feature for
A S TEMPTING a dish as can be im-
agined! Each service includes one-
half of a broiled spring chicken, su-
premely tender and tastily seasoned,
and a generous portion of French fried
potatoes richly browned. All for 60c.
Numerous other specials are
rincluded in the Sunday menu
"You're speeding in the right
direction when you come here
for your used cars."
Arcade and Mich-
Upstairs, Nickels' Arcade
412 East Liberty Street
We've got 'em -- just your
kind, and the prices are rite.
LOOK 'EM OVER - ASK US
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of the Summer
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY OF GRIDS, CAMP
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You will certainly want a CAILLE
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Don't fail to see the
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how much easier the house work will be. Our plan
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