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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

AT TIETIIEATELS

TOD)AY
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Arcade-Wallace Reid, Gloria
Swanson, and Elliott Dexter in
"Don't Tell Everything." Ben
Turpin in "Love and Dough-
nuts."I
Majestic-Alice Brady in "Hush
Money." Century Comedy "Get
Rich Quick Reggie."
Wuerth-Jane Novak and Monroe
Salisbury in "The Barbarian."
Comedy and News.
Orpheum--May Allison In "The
.Marriage of Win. Ashe."
VACATION PARTIES
GIVEN BY LEAGUE
University women who spent the
vacation in Ann Arbor were entertain-
ed by the Woman's league at several
parties given under the direction of
Lucy Huber, '23, and Frieda Diekhoff,
'24. Other members of the committee
were Helen Aubrey, '23, and Dorothy
Mummery, '23.
The first of this group of entertain-
mnents was a tea given Friday after-
nioon, Dec. 23, at Cheever dormitory.
Carols were practicedat that time and
were sung at the hospitals on Christ-
mas eve. After the girls returned from
caroling refreshments were served at
Cheever dormitory.
Thursday afternoon, Dec. 29, since
there was no snow for a sleigh ride a
movie party was given after which re-
freshments were served at the home
of Frieda Diekhoff, '24.
OPEN NEW TRUNK LINE ROAD
FROM JACKSON TO ANNARBOR
Highway Declared to be Greatest pro-
ject Ever Attempted by
State
After being in the process of con-
struction for more than a year the
state trunk line road between Jackson
and Ann Arbor has been opened to the
public. The series of detours that
were formerly used between the two
cities have ceased to exist. This new
highway provides a paved roadbed
37 miles long.
John J. Cox who supervised the
work in both Washtenaw and Jackson
counties describes the road as the
greatest project of its kind ever com-
pleted in Michigan and the second
greatest in the United States.
MISS GRACE GREENWOOD
ANNOUNCES ENGAGEMENT
The board of directors of Martha
Cook dormitory has announced the
gagement of Miss Grace Greenwdod
social director of Martha Cook dormi-
tory, to Dr. Albert Reeves, of Streith-
am Hill, London, England.
The announcement was made form-
ally yesterday.
Mrs. H. P. Hutchins entertained at
tea in honor of Miss Greenwood yes-
terday afternoon.
J-lIop Committee Meets Today
Members of the J-Hop committee will
meet at 4 o'clock this afternoon in the
Union, according to Charles A. Hum-
mer, '23, chairman.
"PRICES NOW AT ROCK BOTTOM,"
SAYS LOCAL RESTAURANTEUR
No reduction in food prices can be
hoped for at present because of the
continued high cost of goods, mainten-
ance, and labor, according to a local
restaurant owner. He stated that no
substantial decrease in the cost of any
of the above items has been possible
since the last drop in prices at the be-
ginning of the semester.
Competition is so keen that any place
profiteering could not exist, "For," be
declared "prices right now are at
rock bttom."

SPOTLIGHT TRYOUTS WILL BE
GIVEN TRIALS THIS WEEK
Tryouts for the spring Spotlight
vaudeville should sign up today or
Thursday between the hours of 3 and 5'
o'clock in room 308, Union. The men:
will be given trials in order of re-
porting Thursday evening at. 7:30
o'clock in Mimes campus theater. Any
vaudeville skit, act, or stunt will be
acceptable at the tryout, but must be
limited to 15 minutes.

ENSIAN PHOTOS
Group photographs of campus ;
organizations for the 1922 Mich-
iganensian must be taken dur-
ing the month of January. Sit- l
ings should be arranged at once.
HANFORD HONORED
BY LANGUAGE BODY'
Prof. James H. Hanford, of the Eng-
lish department, was elected one of the
two vice-presidents of the Modern Lan-
guages association at its meeting dur-
ing the holidays in Baltimore.
According to present plans, it is ex-
pected that the Modern Languages as-
sociation will hold a joint meeting of
the Eastern and Western divisions at
Ann Arbor during the holidays of 1923.
PROF. TALAMON WILL RETURN
FROM WASHINGTON THIS JONTH
Prof. Rene Talamon, of the Romance
Langtiage department, now engaged as
interpreter in the office of the general
secretary of the Conference on Disarm-
ament at Washington, expects to be
able to take up his work again about
the middle of January.
During the holidays Professor Tala-
mon and Mrs. Talamon were in Balti-
more for a day to attend a meeting of
the Modern Languages assocation.
The Summer session of '94 announc-
ed a "strong program," languages and
science being particularly effective.
Trv a Tily Want Ad. Tt nays.-Adv

T 0 D A Y
Thomas H. Ince Special
"BEAU RE VEL"
With FLORENCE TUDOR
Also Mermaid Comedy
"BA NG"
This "AD" with 15 cents will admit-
you today
THURS. - THOMAS MEIGHAN
SAT. - LARRY SEXION
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'aext week: *Tne 5unsnine uaaies

We have a number of high grade Membership in Greek letter frater- Fire was discovered by a night "Practical Elocution" by Fulton and
Sheepskin coats at very reasonable nities in 1893 totaled 77,000 in all col- watchman in room 8 of the Literary Trueblood, received considerable suc-
prices. N. F. Allen Co., 211 S. Main leges. building one December nigh in '93. cess when published in 1893.
St.-Adv..-
Michigan's grid team averaged 177 -
pounds to the man in 18U3. - - -

ATINEE= -2:00(- 3:30
ADULTS - 20e
KIDDIE S °' 10

Wednesday--Thursday

JANE

NOVAK

and

MONROE SALISBURY

WED- THURS.
MAY ALLISON

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feBarbarian"

-- IN

,"The Marriage
of Wm,, A she"

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Gold and Silver Thread Work
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EVENING - 7:00 - 8:30
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KIDDIES - 10c
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Comedy and News

Next Week: The Sunshine Kiddies

NOW
Playing

Now
Playing

-' Waflotce 1{ei4,
h Boys ?Boys
This Bill J This Bill
Is A Ilel- 1Jl'l n O Is A Wel-
Icome -® comne
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The Big
Three
They Can't
Be
Beat!

They were all over head in love! Wanted to hear
no evil, speak no evil, see no evil.
But they knew too much about each other, and one
of them talked too much! So-?
Three of the screen's most popular stars in a ro-
mance that sparkles with thrills and gayety.

SCHEDULE
Matinee-2:00-3:30
Evening-7:00-S:3)
Last Feature Starts 9:00 P. M.

Is it good that two persons
engaged to marry should keep
no secrets back?
Or-
Is it true that what you don't
know wont hurt you? See the
answers vividly lived in this
fascinating picture. A story of
big, real things that make or
mar human happiness. Pulsing
with metropolitan life and
thrills in the great outdoors.
Others ih the Cast
Jessica Ramsey Dorothy Cumming
Mrs. Morgan ... Genevieve Blinn
Cullen's Niece Baby Gloria Wood
Morgan Twins The de Briac. Twins

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POSITIVELY NO ADVANCE IN PRICE
FOR THIS BIG DOUBLE BILL
AND LOOK WHO IS WITH US
BEN .*&TURPIN
IN
"Love and Doughnuts"
A COMEDY FEATURE IN TWO BIG PARTS
This time it is Ben's wife, and not Ben, whose fidelity is in question. - Reveals
the cross-eyed hero as sorely troubled over his wife's fickleness.

Nearly every woman likes a
caveman sweetheart, but while
Cullen won his wife by his cave-
man methods, his scheme, if
worked by a man of less nerve
and determination might fail.
'he woman is wise who refrains
from wooing, however much she
may love, and permit her sweet-
ieart to do the love making.
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PROF. C. P. WAGNER A9TTENDS
LANGUAGE MEETING AT IOWA
Prof. Charles P. Wagner, of the
Romance Language denartment, at-
tended during the holidays, the meet-
ing of the Western division of the
Modern Languages association at the
University of Iowa.
Professor Wagner was chairman of
the committee which made a report on
the scope of graduate study In the
field of Romance languages.
A bancuet for leading Michigan
journalists was sponsored by the U. of

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