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November 17, 1921 - Image 7

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Brown Shoes, size 8... .....$CA
Banjo lUke and, Case ,.. .... .04
Jazz Slide ......... 2.00
Fox Typewriter .......12.40
T. A. SOULTS
612 Church StL Phone 1070-W.
SHUBERT Twice Daily
MICHIGAN Matinee P ~C to $.So
(DETROIT) Rights oc to .oo
The greatest screen spectacle
the world has ever known.
THEODORA
The history of the world has been written in
lave stories and this is one.
G AR RICK NMat.-we Sat. Soc to $.50
DETROIT
PAT MARION
ROO NEY -AllND---- B E NT
In the High Flying Musical Flit
"LOVE BIRDS "
With ELIZAB TH MURRAY and stunniug
Futurity Debutante Chorus.'
t Dr. Gleorge E. lickle
- OSTEOPATHIC PH YSICIA'X'
Office hours daily by appoint- c
ment Telephone 2628
R m. 12, Over Arcade Theatre
711 N. University Ave.
ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR _BUS
SCHEDU7LE EFFECTIVE OCT. 10, 2921
Read Down Central Standard Time
A.M.. P.M P.M. A&PM
Dally Daily Daily Daily
7:30 1:30 Lv... Adrian ...Ar. 7:oo 12.45
8:o5 2:o5 ... Tecumseh ..'6:25 12:10
8:15 2:25 .......Clinton ..:.: 6:o5 i i .
9:15 3:z5.....Saline....515 11:06
9:5 : 45 Ar. Ai Arbor Lv. 4.45 10:30
A.4. .M. P,. A&PM
Read Up
SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS
P.M P.M.
3:30 Lv... Adrian . .Ar 9:00
4:05 .... 'Tecumseh .. :8:2
4:25 ...Clinton ..: 8:05
5:15 "" Saline ... 7:15
5g Ar. Ann Arbor LIv. .g
Patronize Daily Advertsers.--Adv.

t~omen
Hours for basketball practice are an-
nounced as follows: Freshmen, from
4:15 to 5 o'clock on Tuesday and
Thursday; sophomores, from 8S to 8-15
o'clock, and Juniors and seniors from
7:15 to 8 o'clock, Tuesday and Thurs-
day.
Sophomore women are requested to
pay their freshman spread tax of $1
immediately at Dean Jordan's office
or to Dorothy Bishop, '24, 1520 South
University avenue.
All members of Masques are re-
quested to attend a meeting to be
held at 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall to discuss
the Christmas play.
All juniors who have not registered
and classified for parts in the Junior
Girls' play will meet for this purpose
at 4 o'clock Friday in the league rooms
at Barbour gymnasium.
Girls who submitted manuscripts for
the Junior Girls' play can obtain them
from Grace Fry at Betsy- Barbour
house.

AT THE THEATERS

T 0 D A I
Screen

Arcade-Charles Ray
Minutes to Go."

In "Two
oduction,
The Fool-

HOPE OF ORIENT IN YOUNG
FOLKS ACCORDING TO SPEAKER
"Hope of the Orient lies in the young
man and women there," said Mrs. Mur-
ray Frame who spoke yesterday aft-
ernoon, at Lane hall, in behalf of col-
leges of China, Japan, and India. Mrs.
Frame told of the undaunting spirit
which prevails among the foreign stu-
dents and of the great patriotism that
each one has for his country, She
told of the great need in these col-
leges for more buildings, equipment
and apparatus. An attempt is being
made to raise $2,000,000 for these pur-
poses.
"The Orient reveres education,"

stated Mrs. frame. "It ought to be our understanding as well as on a
privelege to make it possible for these history and art."
young people to become Christion lead-
ers so that the contribution that they Edwin Denby played for the a
make to the future of the world shall in a game with the Varsity in '9
be based on international spirit and score was 0-0.
WHITINEY THEATR]
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, NOV. 1$-19
First time here in person of America's youngest
and foremost emotional actress
-i-

Majetic--Goldwyn
"Snow Blind.".

pr

i

Wuerth-Doris May in"
ish Age."

rpheum-Justine Johnstone in
"The Plaything of Broadway."

BOOK THE NEW

THIS WEER
Stage

University
NOVELTY FIVE

1
t ..ti

Garricks (Detroit) -Pat Rooney
and Marion Bent in "Love
Birds."
Shubert Michigan (Detroit)- A
Goldwyn feature, "Theodora."
Second week.
Friday and Saturday
Whitney-Alice Brady in "For-
ever After."
Two sophomores were expelled in
1909 for violating the anti-hazing edict.'

For your next party
or dance

A

SPOKEN

PLAY

765.J

CONBOY, Mgr.

Her greatest success. Ran one whole year at the P
House, New York.
If you like Alice Brady an the screen,
you'll love her on the speaking stage.
Seat sale Wednesday, Nov. 16. Prices: 75c, $1.40, $1.50.,1

Try a Daily Want Ad. It pays.--Adv.

L

TRYOUTS WANTED

MATINEE -- 2:00,3:30
ADULTS-30c
KIDDIES-I Oc

rtTli,

e

EVENINQ -- 7:00, 8:45
ADULTS-400
KIDDIES-i 5c

Men wishing to
the business side
may apply from 2
any afternoon this
Press building.

try out for
of Chimes
to 5 o'clock
week at the

' .

Thursday, Friday,. Saturday

TUTTE9S
A Place to bring your friends
Nowhere is the food better
Nowhere is the service more prompt

11

Last Time Today

go 4:

Justine

Johnstone

in

4

TUTTLE'S ]LUNCH
Maynard Street

ROOM

"The Plaything
p BVroadwvay"

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TODAY- FRIDAY -- SATURDAY

4 It's a Winner
-and full of

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KISS MS AGAIN

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Presents9
D~HEFOOLIJ'H AGE"
Aq HUNT 5TROMBRGZ PRODUC7ION
DirectedL by WILLIAM A .SEITER%

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HELD OVER FOR
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY

The

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as A"Scrap ron,"
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ADDED

Marimba

Band

You Can't Attord to Miss This

"EXIT QUIETLY"
A Christie Comedy
Featuring
BOBBY VERNON and
EDNA STEADMAN

SHOWING
MATINEE
2:00 --3:30'.
EVENING
7:00.-8:30

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