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RA~JUT PANED OR Hold Union Head
For Murder Trial
S0 ,CU C PEK . Extension ,service workers of the
f C. A. and the local churches will;
hold a banquet-Feb. 13 in one of thej
churches. William D. Henderson,r
director of the University 'extension
service division, w'Ill deliver the, grin-
Oipal addres3 at the -banquet. . ....*...*
Robert E. Adan:s, '23, president of . .
the S. C, A., Nvill offer the address of wkr'
Wvelco m e, w h ile 'P erry H ayd en , '25, J. K . D n , -2 , a d F a k V efd i lse k n t e v l e o u h s r i e t '} . .
1(he University, to the extension sere-
Pe speaker, and to the state. The en,-
#,rtainment of the evening will prob-1
ably be: furnished by the Mi idnight
Sons ouartette, and an orchestra. Nr
Y'ells, gongs and novelty acts will be i
featured.
Tickets for the banquet will be on'"
wale at Graham's book stores. The S. ?
17. A. extension service committee and .,
the co. mittees of the various church-
es will meet at 5;5 o'clock Wednes-
day atl Lane hail to discuss plans for "Pegg "'a Gun 1)wvyer
the bancluct. "Peggy" Dwyer, know n around thecol dgi s of N w R vr W.V ,
' as a "Two-Gun" and a unicni official,j
UNION uiiu n is slated for trial on a murder charge.BOK [ H GF Dyrasiscrgdwtthtef
of a machine gun. The crimnes are al-
leged to have been committe1 during
WI[LL PN TM O the recent mine troubles. Dyrd-
nethe cags

AT THEl THEALTERS

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Correeflon
Due to a typographical error it
wvas stated in yesterday's Dailyj
that the Regents had decided to
increase the tuition bee oP non-j
resident women to $125. This
should have read $105.f

Got. a room to rent! A Daily classi
fled ad will fines a roomer.-Adv
I We Use the MIost Approved
j System of Teaching f
BALLROOM DANCING..

Arcade - Reginald Denny in
~The Kentucky Derby;" ,com-
edy and news.
M~ajestic- Bebo Daniels and Lew-
is Stone in "The Worl("s Ap-*
plause;" Buster Keaton In
"My \Vifo,'s Relations."
Orpheum-Grace Darmond in "A
Dangerous Adventure;" Paul
Parrot in "Don't Say Die"
Wuerth-"The Super-Sex." with
an all-star cast; Clyde Cook in
"High and Dry;" Pathe news.

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D- YOU EAT ON SOUTH UNIVERSITY ?
nWHY NOT MNJOY! THE BEST MEALS IN THE CITY FOR REA-
SONABLE PRICES. WHEN YOU 11UY A "THREE OR FIVE DOLLAR
MYEAL BOOK - YOU M LL' RECEIVE FREE OF CHARGE A. 3WI-
'fUAL CO-OPERATIVE BOOK OF EQUAL VALUE. THIS POOK OF
~c CHECKS ENABLES YOU TO SAVE 5 PER CENT ON ALL THE
MONEY YOU SPEND FOR - SECQND SEMESTER BOOKS, INSTRU-
MENTS, SHOES, CLOTHING, AND ETC., AT TWELVE DIFFERENT
LOCAL MERCHANTS.

I Stage-This Week
Garrick (Detroit)- "Irene,", a
musical comedy with Vander-
-bilt Producing company.
Shubert - Michigan (Detroit)-
Bonstelle company in the com-
edy, "A Pair of Silg Stockings.'

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SPECIALS

TODA Y

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A book exchange under the direc-
tion of a TUnionu committee will bie con-
ducted during the final .examination
weeks at the Union. This is an en-
terprise carried out annually for the
purpose of saving money to the buyer
er and the seller of book s, by elim-
inating the profit of the Middleman.
The exchange handles no books, but
will hiave a list of those boo0ks \Vhicj)
students wish to sell. From this list,}
containing the names, edition num-
bers, and prices of the books, the
prospective buyers m Iay learn tb
namne of the student who has the book
to sell.
Students who have books to sell
may list them for- the first time from
4 to 5:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
at the desk in the main lobby at the
Uion.
DIVERS SEEKING., r
SUNKEN TREASURE1

Lose something? A ^lisstfled t,
(4assified ad will sell It for you.-Adv.

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Announce Moore Organ Recitals -1
Officials of the School of Music an-'
nounce that the usual weekly organ
recitals by Prof. Earl V. Moore will
be given during the examination per-
iod. They will be given at 4:15 o'-
clock on Jan. 31 and Feb. 6.
"Day ay (lay, in every way, I am
at your service", JIMMIE, the ad tak--
E{.r. Call 960.-Adv.

Cream of Chicken Soap, 10c (with dinner) 5c
Cold Pork and Potato Salad, 40c
Roast Chicken with Dressing, 50c
Roast Veal and Cranberry Sauce, 40c
Beef Loaf with Sweet Potatoes, 35c
Vegetarian Dinner, 30c (with Egg, 35c)
Bread, Butter, Vegetable, and Coffee, tea, or milk
with Dinner Order
Delicious Cakes and Home-made Pies
1219 S0. UNIVERSITY AVE.

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Sunday Dinner

90c

STARTING TODAY
FOR FIVE DAYS
ENGAGEMENT

STARTING TODAYI
FOR FIVE DAYS
ENGAGEMENT

Chicken Soup a lia Rheii.
Young Onions
Kalamazoo Celery
Roast Milk Fed Chicken
with Dressing
Fried Chicken - Southern Style
Baked. Spiced Virginia Ham,
with Champagne Sauce

Beware of Sea at!

London, Jan:a.27 -- (By A. P.) -I
Treasure seekers- have located aI
N reek on the bottom of the sea just
east of Cane Colony, which is lbelieved
still to shelter - gold and jewels val-1
ued- at $16,000,000, according: to re-
ports reaching-- here from South Af-
rica..
The East Ind'ianan Grosvener went:
dowf in 1782 a~nd the records show-
she carried gre-at treasures, in her;
strong boxes. One hundred :and for-
ty years exposure 'to the action 'of
salt water hats not destroyed them, it
is argued, and a company has been
formed to conduct' salvaging opera-
tions. The wreck lies close to the
land. A tunnel has bee-n dug fronm
the shore to the hulk of the Gross-
venor, and it is expected ;soon, to have
divers in the remains of the vessel-
searching -for the long lost: treasure'.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

Mashed Potatoes

Succotash

Tomato and Lettuce Salad
Hot Mince Pie

Pistachio Ice Cream
Tea, Coffee and Milk

Try Our $1 Sunday Night
Steak Dinner
Orchestra fronm 6..to 7:30 P.Il1.
Chinese Garders

HE story of a bea u t ifulI
dancer who risked every-
thing in her mad passion for
notoriety. Revvealing gayT life
behind, the Broadway foot-
lights, and in the tinsel world
of society.

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The beautiful starin her limousine -- where does she go
Safter the show? How does she get her diamondsI and
dazzling gowns? S/ati are hex -real loves- and secrets
and heartaches?

Witer .Goods For

Winter

Time

Story b Clara Reran ger

WILLIAM deMI LLErent

GALVANIZED AND WOOD

SNOW SHOVELS

WR LD S APAAdmf

h PRICES
Adults....31 c
S War Tax ..,4c
Total. .. ...35c
j~ Kiddies. . . . 1 Oc
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OaIL AND ELECTRIC HEATERS

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Just Received

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AOT OF WEED CROSS -- CHAINS

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BE WITH,
BEBE DANIELS and
LE-WIS STONE
AND A GREA TSUPPORTUNG BAST INCLUDING

Also all regular sizes of Tire Chains

KATHLYN WILL.IAMS MAYM KELSO
ADOLPH-E MENJOU
SPECIAL! EXTRA! SPECIAL!

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Laughter 's eighth World Wonder.

AUTO ACCESSORIES

SUNDAY SHOWS
1:30, 3:00 and 4:30
7:00 and 8:30

Tires and Tubes

IlHe married under protest - been protesting ever since.
-.In 11hat Detroit Papers D)ecared
i HN F~uliuii10t }a E?(lmrd-

DAILY SHOWS
2:00 and 3:30
7:00 and 8:30

PRICES RIGHT 7 SERVICE PROMPT

OTHER SHORT

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