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Waits For Call

is supposed to consist of. clever pla-I
garisms from the latest New York
successes. First there is a tall girl
with legs trained a la Ned Wayburn
in the split and head-kick, and then
a short girl with a red velvet gown, a
voice, and a grand form. Next comes'
the rigesseur of the show, a little
blonde man with some songs of Sal-
ly and Mother in Ireland in a s0o)b
tenor, 'and finally a shingle-haired
roman- with a violin .and a manner.

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On top of it all there is -a lady who'
plungs the piano viciously and a Very,
elaborate setting.
The whole performance is injected
w-ithz a boundless punch and speed.
pep, verve=-anything you choose to
call it. It is typically pointless,
typically vulgar, typically Americean.I
You will enjoy it tremendously.
".Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
qo ickly.--Adv.

Don't Forget

ri

~rand Duke Nicholas lpieholaievitch
The time is ri~'e foi" an Attempt to
ecapture Russia fromt Communist
oininion,. believes Grand Duk4 N ich -
1a8 Nichols ievitch, second codsln to
le late Czar, and former head of the
usinarmies, and he is, waiting in!
saris for a' call =to him to lead the}
5s ilt. againsvt the Beds.: lie wants
ie. call to wa~ne frontth.Ve Russian
ogle.
All pterwowI or societies Using tIhiw
1hini ild , idie is their notices
13', hlnr, and plae. All noties
itliottt this data w ill be disregarded.
il i )AY
:40 1i n.-Micii ian hitersdcholastic
Press association. Opening session,
Union.
00)4 a. Il.--lYrank Bl. (lilbretli speaks
onl "The One Best Way to Do Work,"
room 348, Fngineering building.
i :410 H. n.-Jiiov Eiuieci elr ls
mneeting, roonP 348. Engineering
building,
':00-Law ficlty.luncheon, ULnloil.
:40-B1aptist ('AOlid' ca billet menmbers
meet for trip to' Cavanaugh Lake,
D.,:U. R. station,
"0 -Lawrv Ie view dinnerl, room 318,
Union..
] i"-Sigma Xi inltiatlin'banquet, Uii-
ion.
'30-1lhnlei' Webster Law club dinner
Union..
30--St Paul's Y oung People's 0oc-
iety meeting, 420 W"7. Liberty street.
-:00--Atkinson prize oratoricali coat-
test, T.?niversit~y hail auditoriumz. j
:00- Isabel Cunimings and Jnl'iiu l
Neihaus- in joint vocal recital, Schooli
of Mustc auditorium.
SATURDAY
0:90 A. in -Forestry deparhinent anu
nual f ield day-, Saginaw forest:
:00-Sprng'gamer,, Ferry field.
10 ~t--T'nnIs maet-Illila is . Mich-;
EIgan. Ferry field.
2X431-Phad #traek ,'meet- Oio StAte
v s. M icaigan, Furry 04!1d.
8 :00-Chfinese Stiidnt ' cl) meetlhigj
Lane hall, auditotli m.
The George Booth sclo-rlatr hlp cene.
pition drawings. are: now on exhibi-
Stie n In the arch itectural.'lecture
room on. the second floor. of the En-
tgineeing building where they mea
' e seen every 'aftei'noon.
All Frepghnien able to pl03' a ibnuit h
'3trum~lent. should re'port at the Lu-
ion at o'clock this afternoon.
DRAMA.

to, remember your mother on
Mothers' Day.
Too often we are busy and
our ninds are occupied with
studies and campus activities
and we forget.
We don't remember that there
is a day consecrated to our
Mothers.
We don't remember that she is
at home thinking about us,
and wondering if. we are
thinking about her.
But let's not forget her
this
Mother's Day.
Send her a box of sweets from

Preketees Sugar 'Bowl.

109 S. Main St.

Light Lunches

Fountain'

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AN INVESTMENT'

OOD APPEA ANCS

I ATE UN U tALII UKNI.A
ONSove ifqualified. Inves-
Soar facilities for securin 1'
on 'before coming here. Ex-1
ves, salesmen. office workers.
erica9L. Professiional, legal, en-[
'ring, agriculture. dairying,;
growers. Wkrite for details.
g-Brumer Co., Hobart Bldg.,i
'rancisco. Calif.

fA1,1. MAK1,8 .Agency Aood t ck Rln
Oliver typewrit ers, Sun st rand sadd(
Inn machine, Lino-s-TIOIP ~k
!holders. rlibber samypqribbons
eushfo keys, type ckoanors nd io
plies. Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR TYPE WR1fITF.R
FIXCFIANGIF. Phone 866, downtown
No. 9 Ann Arbor Say. BankBldg.

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AT THE MAJESTIC THEATIZE{
there is, a very interesting .vacudeville
alct playing the last half of the week.
"Ihts"----car "Hits," I' forget which-
"of -Broadway, " it i- called, and 'it

buy
Ku~pnheier

Crop Flower
Seeds

Arbor people, do not real-
hat right here in our ow'n
town we haave one of the
st stockrs of flower seeds
e state. InI annul seedls
ave not only the well known
ies but we have the new-
novelties in separate colors
,ell as mixed. In pereninial.
r seedls we have a wide
qty and carry many kinds
carried in retail catalogues.
small quantity or an ounce
quired we can supply. Our
s are fresh and germina-
is guaranteed. Everything
)wering seeds, plants, bulbs,

ANice Bo:x
aFresh 'Gilbert's Chocolates
will be appreciated
SDELICIOUS CREAMS FRUIT AND NUT
- BITTER SWEETS, ETC.
Eberbach &Son, Co.
200-204 E. Liberty St.

GOO CLOTHES
hihest, standard
ofclothing sty/c
and c~uality

:D STORE
& Fifth Ave,

'Patronize Daily Advertisers.--Adv.

r. Patronize Daily Advertisers.--Ady.

ublished

"tA CURIOUS MISHAP"

Byq CARLOS GOLDONI

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Copyright 1924
The House of Kuppenheznisr

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