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ER G, 1922 THE MiCHIGAN DAILY

RETURNS FROM SALE Of
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Returns on the 6000 Christmaq:I
seals, sent out by the Business girls'
club of Ann Arbor last week, are cozn-
ing in :~lowly.a
The Business Girls cub, which isĀ«
in charge of the sale of the seals, has..
mailed a number of them to the homes'
of citizens in Washtenaw county. Thi,,-
seals are also on sale at a number of
the stores in Ann Arbor.r7:t"
In the campaign last year Washten-
aw county made the second best rec-
ord of any county in the state, more.F
than $3500 worth of seals were so'd.
The 'Business girls, club is trying to
place the county first again this year.
*Religious Discussion Postponed
With the exception of the discussion
group conducted by' Prof. R. D. T. Hol-
lister, the Institute of Religious Edu-
cation held its final session in Lane
hall last evening . Professor Hollis-
ter's group voted at a previous meet- f
ing to post-o: a discussion schedul- Howard Stimpson, '24
ed for last e nng until Tuesday ev-. Stimpson has been seen in charac-
ening, Dec. 12. . ter parts in several campus produc-
tions. He is a Dutch villager in the
cast of "In and Out".
AT THE THEATERS (
! GRAVE ROBBERS
Sereen-Today BUSY IN VIENNA

0. As Ce ROAD SERVICE
EXtENDED TO AN1ARBOR
CARS WILL BE STARTElD O TOW-
ED IN BY AGENTS AT ANY
Ann Arbor and a surrounding ter-
ritory of five miles has been included
in the area in which the Detroit Au-
tomobile club is giving emergency
road service to its members.
Gives Inmniediate AId
It is the aim of the club through
this emergency road service to come
to the immediate relief of ameniber's
disabled car at any time (luring the
day or night. The man coming as re-
lief wil start the car or else tow it
to the nearest official garage where
the necessary repairs can be secur-
ed. The club does not make repairs
on the car through-its official agents,
only starting the owner's car or re-
moving it from the street or road
without expense.
The following local garages have
been selected to serve as official sta.,
tions for the club: Benz Bros., Ann
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Arbor garage, Economy garage, Ann
Arbor Buick company, Hudson-Essex,
Overland, Marquardt,. Slittler's gar-
age, and, Staebler 'and Son's.
Will Link Two Cities
The club has made plans to link
Ann Arbor and Detroit road service
together gradually. Official stations,
will soon be. established along the
Michigan avenue road. When this is'
accomplished, club members will have'
road service for a distance of 50 miles
on this road.
WHITNEY
Fresh from Broadway triumphs, Mc-
Intyre and Heath come to the Whit-
ney theater, Sunday, Dec. 10, with
their new musical comedy "Red Pep-.
per". The same splendid cast as seen
at the Shubert theater, New York, in
sup~port of the - noted comedians has
been retained by the. Messrs. Shubert.
This brings Rorence Rayfield, Doris,
Wayne, Dan Quinlan, Vivial Holt,
Florence Leonard, and the Darling
sisters.
As in former productions. the com-
edy has been furnished by McIntyre

and Heath being in "trouble". It is
the sort of situation that is funny if
it happens to the "other fellow". Rel<
Pepper, on' which the fun plot rests,
demonstrates just how much trouble
a race horse can make for a couple of
humorous negroes who have traveled
to Havana in search of a fortune. The
horse goes to the post with all of the
eerthly- belongings, of "Hennery" and
"Alexander" staked on him to wir
and McIntyre and Heath humorously
point out that it "isn't the fast horses
that spell ruination, but the slow
ones".
The race track scene depicted ir
"Red Pepper" is perhaps the most
elaborate reproduction of the famous
race course at Havana ever construct-
ed._ The scene in front of the Club
House is very attractive, and gives an
opportunity for fifty charming chorus
girls to exhibit a gorgeous array of
gowns.
Ci4 to Haye Ice Rinks
Axn Arbor is to be provided with
ice-skating rinks if plans which have
been formed by the committee ap-
pointed by the city, council can be
carried out. The committee will make
a rink at West Park and several small-
er rinks in different parts of the city.

ATTRACTIVE NEW HATS
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PUYEAR AND HINTZ
328 SOUTH MAIN

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Arcade-"Brawn of the North,"
featuring Strongheart, the
wonder dog ;comedy and news,.
Majestic-- Constance Talmadge
in "East is West;" and Edu-.
cational comedy, ,"Crash," with

J:nmy Adams.
Orpheum - "Some
presented by the
giene company.
Wuerth - 'Harold
"Grandma's Boy;"
of Fortune," with
De La Motte.

Wild Oats,"
Social Hy-
Lloyd in
and "Fools
Marguerite

Venna, Pec. 5.--Ghouls have be-
i cone so active in the great cem-
eteries of Vienna, that police guards
! now patrol these resting places of
I the dead every night., accompanied by
dog. 1
The grave robbers are disinterring
newly buried bodies and robbing them
of clothing, little jewelry souvenirs,
go'd filled 'teeth, and even shearing
the tresses of women.
Let a "Dai ly: classified a d ren t th, i
-wt room for you.-Adv.
PREMIERE
HALS EII'4 DANCE STUDIOS
W 'uei Iii Arcade
Stoddard Hair
Shoppe
We handle the E. 2urnham
and !larinel/o cosmetics '
Rain Water Shampoo
M.anicuring
} 707 N. U*NI V. T IIOPNE 26'2

Stretch the
Allowance with an
Ingersol
Massi prcdudion makes
t 'e lirst cost moderate.
Tbe : ample mechanism
nu.v r gets out of order
arni each double length
lead offers the same
writing serviceaas a 7 in.
wood pencil-atonly ic.

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Whitney -- Michigan Union Op-
era, "in and Out."

Garrick (Detroit)-Pauline Fred-
brick in "The Guilty One," an
A. .1. Woods production.
Shubert - Michigan (Detroit) -
Bonstelle company in "East
Side-West Side."

The FEAThER-
WEIGHT- shown
here -of lightweight
aluminum 50c. Rolled
silver $1.00.

Shirts, Ties, Socks, Knitted Vesis - All are
appropriate Christmas gifts - personal things
worn often by the person who receives them.
ABERDASHERS TO MIC HIGAN MEN

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Staig-Nexf Week
VSWiitney --1 tr and Heath
in "Red Pepper.''

See this and other mod-
els at your stationery or
cooperative store.
Ingersoll rtedipont Co.,Inc.
Win. H. Ingersoll, Pres.
461 Fourth Ave., New York City

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send their soiled clothes to a laundry
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