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December 15, 1921 - Image 9

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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AT THE THEATERS I

Adelia Cheever house and several of
the small dormitories will be open dur-
ing Christmas vacation. Girls who will
be in Ann Arbor during the holidays
should see Dean Myra B. Jordan.
Girl Reserve Leaders' Training
corps will be addressed by Miss Edna
Formhals, case worker for the Ann
Arbor Federation of clubs, at 7 o'clock
this evening in' Newberry hall.
Freshman Girls' Glee club will meet
at 7:15 o'clock this evening at Helen
Newberry residence.
Houses which have. had candy on
sale should give the money received
for it to Dorothy Jeffry, '24, by this
afternoon.
All girls who want to do work dur-
ing the holidays are requested to leave
their names and phone numbers with
Dean Myra, B. Jordan.
An important meeting of the Senior
Girls' play committee will be held at 8
o'clock this evening at the Delta Gam-
ma house.
Ann Arbor Girls' organization will
meet at 7 o'clock Tuesday night, Dec.
27, In Lane hall.
Try a Daily Want Ad. Tt pays.-Ad"t
SHUBERT Matinee wed. - Soc to
MICHICAN Nights . 5c t' t-A'.
(DETROIT) Sat. Mat. - Soc to $tgo
The distinguished American actor
WALKER WHITESIDE
In Gordon Kean's myl)stery melodrama
"THE HINDU"
GARRICK Mat.Sat. - Soct00
DETROIT
Arthur Hammerstein brings
FRANK TINNEY
In the Musical Comedy
"TICKLE ME"

TODAY
Screen

Arcade-George Cohen's produc-
tion, "Get Rti-h Quick Walling-
ford."
Majestic -- Pola Negri in "One
Arabian Night."
Wuerth-William Fox presents
"Over the Hill."

Orpheum-"The Recoil."

PROFESSOR CROSS TO TALK TO'
UNIVERSITY WOMEN'S ASS'N
After the regular meeting of the
American Association of University
Women which will be held at 3 o'clock
Friday afternoon in the-, parlors of
Barbour gymnasium, Prof. Arthur L.
Cross will give an illustrated lecture
on his trip to the South Seas.
Members are privileged to bring men
to the lecture which will be given at
3:30 o'clock in Sarah Caswell Angell
hal. There will be a tea immediate-
ly following the lecture. The sewing,
party which had been planned ha'
been abandoned.
SELLARS PRESENTS PAPER ON
REALISM BEFORE ACOLYTES
Prof. Roy W. Sellars, of the philos-
ophy department, defended "realism"
in his paper on "Do Physical .Things
Possess Attributes?" read before the
Acolytes at their meeting Tuesday
night in room 106, Mason hall.
A discussion followed in which stu-
dent and faculty members took part.
The paper which Professor Sellars
read will be presented by him at the
next meeting of the eastern division
of the American Philosophical society.
Michigan Banners, Pennants, Blank-
ets, and Pillows at Wahr's University
Bookstore.-Adv.
Locksmith. All kinds of door and
trunk keys. Phone 2498. Dell Keeler
-AdA.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.--Adv.

ADELPHI DECIDE CRITICISM
OF COACHING STAFF UNJUST
Adeiphi House of Representatives
held the last meeting before Christ-
mas vacation Tuesday night, the prin-
cipal feature being the debating of the
question, "Resolved, That the- criticism
of our Michigan football coaching staff
is Just," which was decided in favor of
the negative.
RepresentativesM ichalskey, Ryan.
and Rumsey upheld the affirmative.
while the negative was upheld by
Gould, Glasgow, Jr., and Lang.
"Students are driven to drinking be-
cause of the poor food they get," de-
clared a University of Chicago profes-
sor in 1910.

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SPOEHR'S BULK CANDY

Have you had a
"Hunger-Cure
Sandwich"
after an evening's
study?
NUNNALLY'S SOUTHERN CANDIES

THIS WEEK

Stage

Garrick (Detroit)-Frank Tin-
ney in "Tickle Me," a musical
comedy.

A fact we've proved
innumerable times-

Shubert -
Walker
Hindu,"

Michigan (Detroit) -
Whiteside in "The
a mystery melodrama.

Ann Arbor Girls Plan Holiday Tea
Ann Arbor Girls' organization will
give a tea from 2 to 5 o'clock Wed-
nesday,Dec. 28, in the auditorium of
Lane hall. University women who re-
main in Ann Arbor during the Christ-
mas holidays will be guests.

Lown prices-the seventh reason
why so many students eat at

the Arcade Cafeteria!

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Don't Forget We Carry
KELLEY'S OLD FASHIONED
CHOCOLATES 60c LB.
Beeker 's Delicatessen
119 East Liberty Street
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The Arcade Cafeteria-is
upstairs in Nickels' Arcade

Don't Miss It!

A Picture Of The Land Where Beauty
Is The Only "Open Sesame" To
Harems Of The Magnificent-
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is vivid, swift-moving picture is the peer of oriental dramas on
screen. It has the true atmosphere of an Arabian Nights tale
must rank as one of the exceptional photoplays of the year. It
both dramatic intensity and comic relief of an unusual order.

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SPECIAL MUSICAL INTERPRETATION BY
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