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h Senate passes can nlow be illuminated per- Mfontana A. 'C.The DistinctiveI ing their time studying or playing
fectly, and with the addition of a few D Yressers' club decided at a recent cards.
resident Has more high power lamps3 a regular game -meeting to adopt a certain model o .
ha i ae rwill be paossible. Stetson derby as the badge of Its or Just cal 941{, when you avae a
act B g Ca eergantzation. Various differences in the' Waut.--Adv.
Illinis--The onorsystm * style of hatbands will distinguish the:
grare danger of bw. lg abolislhed b- an owrclsnn
cu.us of the great pr evalece{ of crib-
t 1);bing in examinations. The chairman I1linois-Men attending the *niver 3,TxS A iTREtAT
of3 the man's honor commission has re- sity of Illinois are: the greatest college
signeod acid a proposal has been sub-' users of caliar' clay, the coinple iont TO EAT
te)t the ccuncil for the aboli- beautifier, according to reports re- ATTH
~'on of the system. R~ecently the, uni-;j ceived yesterday..;it was stated thia j.ATTH
.. , .vers'ty voted by a large majority, fo,- at any time of day groups oif young D u ui ufc
the ontnuaion f te hnorsye* men 'With earthenware faces may
:y^Ytcri. fount; in the traternity houses pass- *5 CHUaRCH
<" 14d taa--It costa the average .tu- _______________________________

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(l ent 781.1 to spend nine months here

according to compilations miadeb
Professor. Moff at, of, the econom ics.
department. One man in the univer-
sity spent $2600 during the year while
the largemt amount reported by the
women was $1'713.

lat of the nmag-
ncountered the Wise1oisin-Success in life is, in 'ai
Allege trained, great way aided by good clothes, i-
She believes the statement made by, the dlean o
d of great im-! women. "The young man or younir
authors in this E woman who wears slovenly clothes l
i would be expected to be slipshod ir'
a~~I his work."
21 has coift- , °~. ,""
ought to 1, -
n write," she M.(h se I'lierreTyOur Business en's Lunleb.
u1. hehGte M aston Doumerge, new preshlent I,1::111-'Y k00 -ftec
get soehr of the French senate, has had a bril- JOE P R E
[providing he liant career in politic.. He hris been SPC L U AYDNE
adtemb-successively colocnial,-judge, deputy, SPCILOUNDY Iestr
Jackson. , cabinet minister. He has been a son- ; 11 x80 --4:t00
editor of the ato, sin cc 1910. Conivell C"I Illdgz
;es department ___________________
is now staying News els x' Y® The
SProf. F. NL W~
etoric depart- Other Cele' es D m o-n tr
new book. She'C le e
,e as a mener j Northw esten-Accord ig to a radio
ary Digest, on m .essage broadcasted by KY W, Chica-
wrngfor' go, "Expenditures for face powder P AI D I
y' cosmetics, and perfumes, during the of the Rickenbacker -Chassis<
1 Wednesday last year were seven hundred and fU- #'Auto Show. TI
ital circle of 'ty million dollars, or 50 percent more
hold its reg- than the total endowments of all the 1. 4 Wheel B1rakes.
L2:30 o'clock universities and private' colleges in 2. Double Fywee
April 4, at the1 the country." This 'statement wN-:s '+5w
G. N oroy, 721 made by Dean Ralph E. tIiri~iC . ImproUved Thypec
Ii ,abo oftheNorthwestern in a speech befc r,ti;
yak on the "Re- Chicago association of Coinmec; T'ue sd ay, AP
hospital to the I
Haskins of the !Chieffi .a-Kentucky Wesly:: 't .1 Un ion e
ive a group of! meet the varsity football team Isere for'
in social. serv- a night game next fall. The Cincin- Amsinb hgiern
I ar'e cordially Kati field is considered the best .light-. Amsiny gnern
ed one in the country. 'Punts and

Damon-
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Her another fletter.~

"No-not this time. :Something
more to the point, as one would
sale. Pm ivriting the Pater to
srmd me a dozen Eldorado penils.
They are= all sold out down' at
the' store:"

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jANNOUNCING £OUR ANNUAL SUPER EA STER PROGRAM STARTING TODAYii

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T e Premiere Presentation: of
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A new star, but an old favorite with 'Ann Arbor audiences, hav-
ing appeared in several lavish hproductioms, and now as John
Percival Billings in
"MR. BLICSPEND

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Th-e Super-.Comedy Special With
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Hm[ere's jolly, Walter Hiers, as you have always
wanted to see him-starring in a fast, hilarious
love comedy.

Starting, as a rribbon clerk, finishing. as the boss
of a South American Reputblic, with a lovely
senorita as his bride.

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THE CAST
~JohniiPercihlBilliiigs
f WALTER 11I1,IVS
(;el. Pablo Blanico . . George 1.ai cett
Captain Cuniez ....... Robert MeKlm
Priscilla Parker ,...Patriclia Palmier
l; ta La n ,harez..Joseph Swilekard
Joltit 1). Starbock......... Guy Oliver
Whi11te............ Edwvard Patrick
Piego.........Clarence Burton
Lanl ...... ..George Field

1I WILL1 BE RKEMIIBRED) THAT THIS IS THE FIRST EFFORT SINCE THlE RECORD BREAKING "ItEW-
STEWS MIlLLIONS" TO MAKE A KNOCKOUT ,COMEDY -ROMANCE.

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SUNDAY PRICES
j Matinee
All Seats 35c
Lodges 50c
Kiddies 10c
Ev-ening the Samte

The New York Tdimes, When it :was announced that Walter fliers would be
starred it was generally agreed that the last effort to
March 25th, says : re-establish Roscoe Arbuckle on the screen head been
abandoned. Though not so large as. Arbuckle, Mr. lers is physically ample, and his
style of coinedy. is more or less that common to the fat man. So it was taken for
,;ranted that he would be put forward as 'At-buckle's successor. And now his 'first
comedy has come to the Rialto. It is "Mr. Billings Spends His Dime." The first ques-
tion is, doe stir. Hiers land. in Ar-buckle's place? And the answer is, "He does." Or
rather he' doesn't-for hie goes beyond. Arbuckle, higher or further, whichever way
you choose to measure his distance. Mr. bilers is a real comedian, which means that
lie is an actor.
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SCHEDULE
MATINEE
1:30-3:00-4:30
FFNING
47:00-8:30

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