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November 01, 1921 - Image 7

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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LAST TIME TODAY

MONTAGU
LOVE

LUNCH STAND OPEN
ON CAMPUS TODAY'
"Five minutes more in bed"-life is
bliss since the booth in University hall
opened this morning. Now one need
no longer arise in time to stop at a
lunch counter for a sinker, or a Den-
ver.
Right on the way to class, as one
plunges through University hail one
may quickly get a chocolate bar which
can be eaten on the way into class.
Or if one at three minutes of eight
finds oneself hairnetless, there is no
cause for tearfully deciding that class-
es must be bolted. Right there on the
way to class one may find a net which
just matches ones coiffure, whether

one be a blond, a brunette, or a red
head.
Grad Becomes Secretary to Jane Adams
Anna Lloyd, '18, former secretary
to Dean Myra B. Jordan, leaves today
for Chicago to become the secretary
to Miss Jane Adams. Miss Lloyd was
president of the Women's league dur-
ing the year 1917-1918.
Faculty Women's Club Organized
A Faculty Women's club was organ-
ized on Oct. 28 at the home of Mrs.
Marion L. Burton. Several committees
including one to draw up a constitu-
tion were appointed. No definite plans
,were formulated for future work, this
being left for the next meetings.

IN

"The Place of

Honeymoons"

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HOCKEY GAME WON
BY JUNIOR GIRLS
Junior girls first team won a hard
fought game over the freshman first
team by a score of 5-0 in the first of
the class hockey games yesterday aft-
ernoon at Palmer field. A large crowd
of juniors and freshmen were present
to cheer for their respective classes,
and a representation from the other
classes witnessed the game.
If the first game can be taken as a
forecast of what the rest will be, it is
plain that competition will run high
between the classes before the series
is over.
A change in the entire schedule of
games has been necessitated, and fol-
lowing is the revised program: Wed-
nesday, sophomore first team vs. sen-
ior first team; Thursday, sophomore
second team vs. freshman second
team; Friday, consolation game be-
tween the two defeated first teams;
Monday, sophomore second team vs.
freshman second team; Wednesday,
Nov. 9, "cup game." Roll call for all
games will be taken at 4 o'clock, and
all games start promptly at 4:15
o'clock. All girls who are unable to
be present at any of these games must
notify their captain or manager at
once.
Mummers Initiates New Members
New members of Mummers were in-
itiated Monday afternoon at Martha
Cook building. A short super melo-
dramatic skit was given by Velma Car-
ter, '24, Dorothy Jeffrey, '24, Cecile
Baer, '22, and Laurella Hollis, '24.

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Shows at
2--3:30
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Adults 3oct
Kiddies
l QCts.

SHUBERT (DETROIT)
Michigan Ave. at Washington Blvd.
Nights SjoC to $2.00. Wed. Mat. Soc to $1.o0
Sat. Mat. Soc to $.50.
MADAME PET ROVA
Presenting the romntic play
"The White Peacock °'

GARRICK Matgts. -octo
DETROIT
The great romantic actor
MR. LEO
DITR ICHSTEIT
FrenchaComedy TOTO "

TUESDAY

- WEDNESDAY

MAJESTIC
TODAY ONLY

Jiore than a

Photodrama
As Pola Negri sweeps you through
the shades of Old Seville you are
not just watching a mighty photo-
drama but LIVING in a realm of
romance, color and gypsy love.
Special Jtusic
No Advance in Prices

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AT THE THEATERS

r0D A Y

Screen

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Arcade-James Oliver Curwood
presents "The Golden Snare."
Majestic-Pola Negri in "Gipsy
Blood."
Wuerth-Marie Provost in "No-
body's Fool."
Orpheum-Emily Stevens with
Montague Love in "The Place
of Honeymoons."

Based on Prosper Merimee's original French story "Carmen"- not the opera
TOO MANY WONDERFUL SCENES to MENTION JUST ONE
TOO MANY Splendid PLAYERS to mention MORE THAN ONE

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THIS WEEK

Stage

STARTING WEDNESDAY

Garrick (Detroit)-Mr. Leo Dit-
richstein in "Toto."
Shubert Michigan (Detroit)-
Madame Petrova in "The White
Peacock."

Clyde
Cook

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THOMAS MEIGHAN in
"CAPPY RICKS"

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"The Toreador"

NUF SED

Don't forget to pay your Daily sub-
scription.-Adv.
Try a Daily Want Ad. It pays.-Adv.

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STIVAL WEEK NOW

FALL FESTIVAL WEEK NOW
m DE LUXE ATTRACTIONS

DE LUXE ATTRACTIONS

EXCEPTIONAL
SHORT SUBJECTS

EXCEPTIONAL
SHORT SUBJECTS

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LAST TIMES TODAY
JAMES OLIVER CVRWOOD
presents the picturization of his famous novel
eThe Golden Snare"

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T'S the Curwood story that set you thrilling when
you read it - that vivid adventure of the Royal
Northwest Mounty who tracked a madman to the
Arctic, and then couldn't take him because of a
golden-haired girl and a kiddy.

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"IN
The
MATINEE
2:00-4:30

ADDED
AND OUT" LATEST NEWS
Hall Room Boys AESOP'S FABLES
SHOWING EVENING
LAST FEATURE STARTS AT 9:00 7:00-$:340

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CO-STARRING L E W CODY
He vamp per excellence- Norma as Ann Hunniwell and Cody as Frank Devereaux in a dramatic prelude
to the absorbing ycle of events- Norma never so splendid-Honestly!
ASTERPIECE OF SCREEN PRODUCTION

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