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October 01, 1921 - Image 7

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-10-01

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Marshall Neilan pres-
ob Hamilton of Plac-
ith James Kirkwood,
Barry, and Marjorie
"The Princess of New
with David Powell.
-Jack London's "The
I "

PLENTY OF ROOMS making a total of over a hundred wo-
FOR ALL WOMEN men's rooming houses approved by
the dean.*
It is imposible to give the exact en-
No difficulties will be encountered rolment of women, since the records ncrease of Five Per Cent Is Showin
in finding sufficient rooming accomo- are still incomplete, but Dean Jordan Over Last Year
dations for women, according to the does not expect a noticeable increase
statement of Dean Myra, B. Jordan. over that of last year. Enrollment in the University School
There are at present more rooms list- 'of Music up to the present time shows
Ther ar atpreent oreroos lst-a 5 per cent increase over the number
ed than are needed to take care of the CORRECTION. which entered last year, according to
enrollment of women in the Univer- Whimsies, the * campus literary a statement given out Friday by
sity. Various new houses have been magazine, will print the winning es- Charles Sink, secretary of the
added this year, and with the dormi- say of its essaycontest in the Janu- school. Practically all the teachers
tories and other organized and ap- ary issue, instead of the Decemberhaetircseswlfledndn
proved houses for women, all women issue, as reported in yesterday's Daily. have their classes well filled and in
will be adequately provided for. The first appearance of the magazine several instances large numbers pre-
About 70 houses are qualified for or- will be in November, and the second The Choral Union, too, shows prom-
ganization as league houses, and in in January. ise of having one of the best years in
addition there are many houses which its history. Earl V. Moore, in. charge
contain a smaller number of women,, Try a Daily Want Ad. It pays.-Adv. t chorusrsa here ecmany
good voices already enrolled. Form-
er members of the chorus desiring to
a- - retain their membership and all those
wishing to join are asked to tryout at
AT LANE HALL the school any afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The first rehearsal of the season will
R E G U L A P M E A L S be at 7 o'clock next Tuesday at the
School of Music.
"JUST LIKE HOME"
Girls Attention! Rain water sham-
Board by Week or Individual Meals poos, hair dressing, marcel-waving,
face and scalp treatment. Wigs for
LUNCH AND DINNER-$6.00 PER WEEK rent. Mrs. J. R. Trojanowski, 1110 S.
University Ave., side entrance. Phone
696-W.-Adv.
1"1111 1111111111111111Il UhItI[11 IIIl I II ll lillfillillill lil illfilillillkri[ 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 iH IIim
SATURDAY -SUNDAY ADULTS 30ac
Continuous Show
S2 - 11 P.m. KIDDIDS10c

LAST TIMES --TODAY
"BOB HAMPTON" OF PLACIEI
Co-Starring JAMES KiRKWOOD, WESLEY BARRY and MAR

"The Man

IS- WEE

Stage

-
4.
l'

k (Detroit)-Alice Delysia
i Lupino Lane in "Afgar."
rt (Detroit)-Jimmy Hus-
and his Century Revue.
ST TIME-TODAY

LONDON'S

"THE
.TTLE
FOOL"
ry and Concentration" ai(
dv. At bookstores, 60c.-Ad
Post laundry cases at Wahr'
e St.-Adv.

LAST TIME - TODAY SUNDAY - W
TOM MC
ZANE GREY'S
"BEATING T
w The,
Man of the HAROLD I
=, D
Forest" "ID
.Shorthand, Typewriting, Secre-
ds tarlal, and Commercial Courses.
!v New Term - Oct. 3rd
HIN TONE
s, BUSINESS COLLEGEc

EDNESDAY
)ORE in
'HE GAME"

LLOYD in

MATINEES
2:00 AND 3:30
EVENINGS
7:00 AND 8:30

HUMAN, VIVID, THRILLING, SPELL-BINDING! 'MARSHA]
NEILAN'S GREATEST PRODUCTION ENACTED AMID TI
SCENIC GRANDEUR OF GLACIER NATIONAL PARK.
A First National Attraction
OTHER FEATURES
HENRY LEHRMAN COMEDY - "A GAME LAD'
TALE OF THE FUR NORTH and ORCHESTF
SHOWING 1 rilhETd +C'E1TXTn A V

trOM Z)IN UNAY
"TEN DOLLAR RA:
A WONDERFUL CAST
AND AN EXCEPTIONAL ST

0"o

c- -ir

A
PARAMOUNT
DE LUXE
SPECIAL

I~ ELU~J~AYIIL1

STARTING
Tomorrow
GLORIA SWANSON

IMI1ltliiitNililiiliil4lMiii !I

EN- -

WALLACE REID
ELLIOTT DEXTER

MONTE BLUE

BEBE DANIELS
WANDA HAWLEY
AGNES AYRES
POLLY MORAN

Buy your Clothes wisely

Get just what you

want

in Fashion, Fabric and

Workmanship.

Lamm made-to-order clothes

delivers these

essentials

plus a round sound

THEODORE ROBERTS
THEODORE KOSLOFF
RAYMOND HATTON
"THE AFFAIRS
OF ANATOL"
is a Screen
Masterpiece .
Filled With
Keen Satire,
Tense Drama,
and Great Heart
Appeal.
Its Gripping
Qualities Make
it the Greatest
Picture
Ever Shown.

TWELVE GREAT STARS
IN
ONE GREAT PICTURE
CECIL B. DE MILLE'S
PRODUCTION

JULIA FAYE

saving in

price.

"THE AFFAIRS
OF ANATOL"
is One of the
Greatest Screen
Triumphs
of the Decade.
It is a Marvelous
Photoplay with
All-Star Cast
Ever Assembled
in Any Picture.
And it is. a

'I

Satisfaction Gauranteed

I

"The

Attairs

I

Fashions Galore
undreds of Fabrics

$45.00

Tailored-to-order
not ready-to-wear

ot

Anatol"

Paramount.

7ur own tailoring made in Ann Arbor
from $6o.oo up

The Most Beautiful Production of the Decade!

. Karl Malcolm

SPECIAL!
MUSIC BY A
TEN - PIECE
ORCHESTRA
LOUIS KILLIAN
CONDUCTING

IMPORTANT NOTICE
OWING TO THE LENGTH of thie PICTURE
and in order that we may care for the
Immense Crowds, Shows will Start as Follows:
SUNDAY SHOWS DAILY SHOWS
1:00 -- 3:00 - 6:00 MATINEE 2:00 and 4:00
7:00 and 9:00 EVENINGS 7:00 and 9:00

-BECAUSE -
THIS IS THE COSTLIEST
PICTURE EVER MADE
THERE WILL BE
A SLIGHT INCREASE
OF PRICES

604 E. Liberty,

Street

Wallace Reid Runs Amuck!

Biff, Bang! $30,000 (

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