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December 16, 1921 - Image 7

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-12-16

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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News From The Other Colleges

KANSAS: Kansas university is to
have a new Custom-a University
Christmas tree. The object is to raise
money for relief work in Europe.
CALIFORNIA:, The $1,000Op00 goal
set for the Stadium drive at the Uni-
versity of California has been sub-
scribed.
California's share of the gate re-
ceipts at the big game at Stanford,
Nov. 19 totaled over $100,000.
ILLINOIS: Captain-elect D o n
Peden, of the University of Illinois
football team, has been offered a posi-
tion with the Chicago White Sox in
event he decides to follow professional
baseball after he finishes college.
NORTHWESTERN: Sorority wo-
men at Northwestern university have
asked fraternity men to dress dolls to
be submitted in a contest to "best
symbolize the modesty of modern
girls." It is thought that some of the
men's ideas of "sybolic" will be aston-
ishing to the women. The plan was
conceived to allow the men their long-

ed-for opportunity to offer construc-
tive suggestions regarding women's
dress.
YALE: Owing to the increased in-
terest of the public in football this
season, the Yale authorities are con-
sidering plans for increasing the ca-
pacity of the bowl to 117,000. Charles
A. Ferry, '71, designer of the bowl,
states that the plan provides for a
balcony over the upper section of the
seats and the promenade.
The balcony would consist of a
series of concrete arches supported by
re-enforced columns erected around
the outer edge of the promenade. The
addition would provide about 49,000
more seats and make a covered stand
for the upper part of the bowl.
BROWN: Herald threatenes to
post the names of delinquent sub-
scribers on the bulletin boards and
publish them in the Herald if sub-
scriptions are not paid up by Dec. 15.
VANDERBILT: In an article head-
ed "Undefeated Commodores much

sought-after for 1922", the Vanderbilt
Hustler says, "With the new stadium
a certainty and with such teams as
Auburn, Tennessee, Sewanee, Ken-
tucky State, and Michigan as pros-
pects, the football fans of Nashville
should indeed have a feed of grid-iron
food."
UTAH: Plans have been formulat-
ed for a local scholarship fraternity
at the University of Utah.

DETROIT NORTHERN HIGH
ALUMNI TO GIVE DANCE
Alumni of the Detroit Northern
High school will give their second
annual ball Friday, Dec. 30 at the
Hotel Statler.
Arrangements have been made to
make the affair more elaborate than
the last year's event. Dewey's fifteen
piece orchestra will furnish the music,
and the Owen sisters, alumni of the
school and now well known on the
stage, will give a specialty act. Dane-
ing will continue from nine until
three.
Reservations for tickets may be
made by getting in touch with Don
Leonard, 115 West Euclid avenue,
Detroit.

ORIENTAL DINNERS and BANQUETS
- at the -
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE INN

Prices Right

ARE VERY POPULAR
Investigate for Your Own Benefit

Telephone 46

OREGON:
trying out a
Sunday night

Oregon University is
new plan whereby no
"dates" are to be made.

HARVARD: H. L. Pratt, '23, will
captain the harriers for next year.

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SAY IT WITH FLOUR
An acceptable holiday gift, a barrel of any of the flours named
Per Bbl.
Mimico Bread Flour .... ....................$9.25
Roller King All-Purpose Flour ................8.15
Mimico Pastry Flour .......................... 7.55
White Loaf Flour ............................7.55
Mimico Graham Flour...................... 7.00
MimicoBuckwheat Flour.................... 7.70
Mimico Fine Meal ................ 5.40
Or any part of this assortment:
50 lbs. Roller King ............................$2.08
10 lbs. Mimico Graham ........................ .38
10 lbs. Mimico Buckwheat................... .45
10 lbs. Mimico Pastry ........................ .52
10 lbs. Mimico Pancake...................... .50
10 lbs. Mimico Fine Meal ...................... .30
$4.23
Above are retal prices available at all grocery stores
MICHIGAN MILLING COMPANY

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Friday and Saturday

The Picturization of Will Carleton's "Farm Ballads"

NOW PLAYING '
SPECIAL NOTICE
DO NOT MISS THIS PICTURE. UNQUESTIONABLY ONE OF
OUR BEST PRODUCTIONS THAT HAS PLAYED AT THIS THEA-
TRE! I PERSONALLY RECOMMEND IT AND OUR PATRONS ARE
ASSURED OF THAT TYPE OF ENTERTAINMENT WHICH YOU
MOST DESIRE. -THE MANAGEMENT
COSMOPOLITAN
PRODUCTION

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HOLIDAY SHOWING

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SUNDAY THRU TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18 - 20

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Rodrigues
(IN PERSON)
Presents Colored, Pictures of
His World-Wide Travels

"Ridin' Romeo"

DOUBLE BILL

WEDNESDAY- THURSDAY
DECEMBER 21-2w

FRIDAY - SATURDAY
DECEMBER 23-24

Eugene O'Brien
-IN-
"The Last Door"

Shirley Mason
-IN--
"MOTHER HEART"

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SUNDAY -TUESDAY
DECEMBER 25.27

WEDNESDAY- THURSDAY

DECEMBER 28-29

Pauline Frederick
-IN-
"The Sting of the Lash'
-. FRIDAY - SATURDAY --

Pathe Special

"Women Who Wait"

THE LAUGH CRITERION OF ALL TIMES
LOOK AT THIS CAST
DORIS KENYON SAM HARDY BILLY DOVE
Co-starred with Musical Comedy The Ziegfeld Fol-
Lew Fields, also Star of "The lies Beauty, "Mid-
in "The Band Charm School," night Frolic" and
Box" and "The "Princess Pat" "Nine O'Clock
Harvest Moon" and "Stop Thief" Revue"
AND EDGAR NELSON, THE COMEDY STAR OF
"WAY DOWN EAST"
REGULAR ADDED NOVELTIES
SCHEDULE OF PERFORMANCES
MATINEES-2:00 & 8:46 EVENING-7:00 & 8:46

SUNDAY - TUESDAY

DECEMBER 30-31

JANUARY 1.2

Conway Tearle

UNITED ARTISTS
PRODUCTION
"Carnival"

"The Fighter"

2S:00, HOWS AT, g: Always the Best Selected Short Subjects'|

ADULTST.........SOC
KIDDIES ........lots

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