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November 02, 1921 - Image 7

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THE MICHIGANDAL

DAILY

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WHITNEY THEATRE4
Sunday, Nov.6
Best Seats $2.00
34T PJO Y.1 MILOROWASu
' T* r AV /tl, IREVD NOWj

jt lien And .Women
IEqually. Careless,

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5IQ14wKtArflT -IJQAGEM)T
)(oewor by Vrama~c went-
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in the spee ucs
or her biilianI- Career
*1,VWWTE PEACOCIC
stud Exquri fe'Production
ovdTh dE SE 4 CleY

First place in the "lost and found"
department of the University is held
by neither men nor women this year,
both groups having established equally
varied and numerous claims for the
banner of carelessness.
Pencils, pens, glasses, and check-
books are the articles most -commonly
lost and found through the department
by both men and women.
Men, however, as a separate group,
lose most often their bill-folds, over-
coats, hats, and caps-unclaimed frosh
toques being much in evidence-rand
every other variety of college equip-
ment from brief-cases to cuff links.
This list is well balanced by the
women's losses which are headed by
great numbers of purses, gloves, and
umbrellas, and which end with every-
thing from Jewelry to rubbers.
Among the articles is also a miscel-
laneous collection of unclassified
things-three bibles, several bills, coat
belts, a parcel of dish towels, fishing
tackle, and an eyebrow pencil.
STANLEY CHORUS ELECTS
OFFICERS FOR TIHE YEAR
Officers of the Stanley chorus of
women's voices for the year who were
elected at a business meeting held
Monday afternoon are as follows:
Genevieve Peoples, Sch. of M., presi-
dent; Florence Gingrich, Sch. of M.,
vice-president; Lois Letson, Sch. of M.,
secretary; Renah Green, Sch. of M.,
treasurer; Dorothy Cozad, Sch. of M.,.
librarian; Margaret Kellogg, Sch. of
M., corresponding secretary; and Cath-
erine Coburn, Sch. of M., publicity
manager.

Waomen'-
Wyvern will hold its regular meeting
at 7:30 o'clock tonight at the home of
Mary Ives, Ferdon road.
The regular meeting of the Women's
Athletic association board will not be
held Thursday night.
Any member of Masques interested
in make-up work is invited to a meet-
ing of the make-up committee at 4
o'clock Thursday afternoon in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall.
Aunounce Shields =Rourke Engagement
Announcement has been made of the
engagement of Dorothy Merton Shields,
'19, to Grattan L. Rourke, '23L. Miss
Shields was a member of the Delta
Wednesday--Thursday
Henry B. Waithall
IN
"The
Boomerang"

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Gamma sorority. Rourke is a member
of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity.
A faculty concert was held way back
in '94.
SHUBERT
MICHIGAN (DETROIT )
Michigan Ave. at Washington Blvd.
Nights ~oc to $2.00. Wed. Mat. 50c to $1.oo
Sat. Mat. 5oc to $i.so.
MADAME PETROVA
Presenting the romantic play
"The White Peacock's

Learn New
TI'hel

York 's Latest C raze-
Frisco Fox T

rot

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W+6IJERTH AC0

Girls Attention! Rain water sham-
poos, hair dressing, marcel-waving,
face and scalp treatment. Wigs for
rent. Mrs. J. R. Trojanowski, 11104 S.
University Ave., side entrance. Phone
696-W.-Adv.
GAR RI Math Wd.& atSa t $
DETROIT
The great romantic actor
MR. LEO
DITRI+CHSTEIN
In the gay !
French Comedy iOT

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CORN WELL COAL

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PHONE
DODGE CABS 999

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AT THE THEATERS

T0DAY

Screen

FALL FESTIVAL WEEK NOW - SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS
STARTS TODAY

Insures you Coal of
comfort. There is no
better time to pur-
chase your fuel sup-
ply for the winter
than nown

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it

Arcade -- Norma. Talmadge
"The Sign on the Door."
MaJestic -Thomas Meighan
"Cappy Ricks."

In
in

A Fight In the Next Room--A Shot!

Wuerth--Marie Provost in "No-
body's Fool."
Orpheum-Henry B. Walthall in
"The Boomerang."

THIS WEEK

stage

CORINWELL COAL'I
CORN WELL BLOCK{
81 F-1 - PHONES - 2207

Garrick (Detrot)-Mr. Leo Dit-
richsteln in "Toto."
Shubert Michigan (Detroit)-
Madame Petrova in "The White
Peacock."-*
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MATINEE-2 :00, 3:30

Adults -- 20c
Kiddies - 1 Oc

EVENING-7:00, 8:40
Adults -30c
Kiddies -- 1 Oc

CLYDE

COOK

Cl)

JOSEPH M. SCHIENCK Presents

IN

NORMA

TALMADGE.

"THE TOREADOR"9

N.

Carl L.em te reren
ARIE
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Never so splendid as in Chianning Pollock's famous play--Directed by Herbert Breuou
"The Sign on the Door"
"Not only the best cinema version of anything of mine I have ever seen, but the best

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photoplay of its kind I eover saw." - Channing Pollock

PATHE
NEWS

WUERTH

ADDED

ORCHESTRA

SNOOKY'S LABOR LOST

A CHESTER COMEDY

More than funny-It's a riot of mirth.

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