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The Michigan Daily, 1925-05-02

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY AEr

J_ l s l rt i

The
{ Campus

better it ea of juf whrvere their money
goer. Tile fnin is a club for. the.
I. \. if;7, :ii.l'1 a ViewV Cal, tit",,
18(1 f la' V~ii''"11 1 11011 is; all

kno ho th stittion1 is making lunch given at the Chamber of Corn-B ilEq p et
thle political science department ad-! Valuing $40,01.00
~TI~f~II~f (dressedfihe 1boys.
Today TUL 15'os lyoidos h ipment to the value of $40,000
program which is in charge of the ; ~ isowbinmaenthcrpty
iII ~~~~~ ~ ~ i now100 being maderman atennnc atth arpenry
[PH R'Ji E change club includes a visit to the ~ ulig

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C r e d o ; t~ fO& a i' 1 ' 1 au by t1h' ;tittlelt. if.
k iEU~ f; d',I~ I )' 1id all w-tai
j)2 [ t a ' 50)( 11 J e: if i -(
audited semi-annually. .Do you 4lc , ()tCoI' Il
Miktita financial staitement 1 in ( -i'firm (88151 ate
-*o uldl be issued at theso times in- in1i,;~:n u,iiY. IR would 1feI p
'Iad of annually"? It7 tf 'f f ll('a l< a ad Ahere t he
SWhere vAed: Tho Union.li~ O'i~iI lV
1). Schuman, '2(;.-"Most assuredIly, :1 aI aise r-a di3y a It
J'6ir then the'student~s would have a fcr I "1 a nf'h, l 9' hoaib

tI; Ii t'lj =ti -v o f i-uf s liaui chzargn o :d v
o"ol { , t)(~ W( ' :4w ii 111 at fit)
(iity ;md( (Crud voffices. i
AI,110(111yes~o:tedy the a(cf'f ing al
f:'r:. i l t]. 1h i ' it'brIii attended a,

i 11 ois-Ivfif~grn baseblll gain
To(m1orrow will be "boys' lay
01clries' under ilve auspices
Kiwaiiis ('1lub.
B 1elfas., Alay i. -- Josephi
and Thomas McAllister took
seats in the Ulster Parliament
first National representatives.

[1 w iard equipping the new hospital and
in the M ir &ical1 building, and consists of lab-
of the oratory tables, desks, chairs and the
tlike.1
D~evlin H .avana, May 1.- :L. afael Sanchez
their Aba ili, wealthy sugar owner of Gr-
as the' jente, has been appointed Cuban amy-i
bassador to the United States.

Screen Supreju cy Signiticaut in ts

A

POSITIVELY'

LAST TIMES

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SYou Can 't Do It

1)OWN ["OR THEI
GAME "TO D AY

THIS is the time of year when it's
a relief to get away from the hot
stove and stuffy kitchen. Bring!
the f amyily here- always good,
foods at surprisingly low prices.

You night as well

try to stop the

Atlcntic tides as attempt
laughing when Nou see

to stop

"NIQ (o Our

114>re i"#Ila
P'llaarr';.

Enlough to taike
a ecat law,%
a >~

<Z '1 ob o: r ~~aS -di''A :

1116 Southi Universftf Ave.

106 South Main Street

(6arb r ui

Phone 1549

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-III -
"'Too Many

Kissc

with
And All-Star Cast of t'onteians

The Astonishingi
M.F. G. LIME TRIO
I Featuiring'

"TE

OLLY WO"

Ol lwr BIMI e l arexxl oi

"LEARNING TO L0-A,

$ cene fr'om "T ELAL'T I L\GH"A'UFA FkRODUc-riN-WITH EIM11LoJIANNINGLP

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1.D6l S
A
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The Girls Confided in Her
T be Men Made Love to Her
Then the Skirt Slipped O,$
and the News Slipped 0ui

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s

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COT'NTIESS SUCH'l SCENES-JUST'. TRY NOT ';" 7

I

-And li Add ition-
"THlE PACEM1AKER~S" Sto les 1
1111E WHO G E'IS RAV . L

J. ' 1, 1

AM am wr mm or
ffla RL I
A ALVmN iN

-COMING SUNDAY-

O .,c Ipiciure depicts the fall :and rise of one of tihe most lovable and
< low i For human characters evcr placed upon the screen. Jannings plays
;n o'd Iaric nixsn at a fashionable Berlin hotel who, resplendent in a gorgeouis
uniform, is the strand factotum of the establishment, and an exalted personage
in the humble quarter of the city in which he lives with his adoring dlaughter.
I- le is replaced by a younger man, stripped of his gold lace, and brass buttons
and reduced to the position of attendant in the lavatory.
T7Che picture shows him in his glory and then what happens when his
s, 'and world crumbles around him, and finally how fate bring s im to the
top aigain.
A simnple talc, but a tale which a Balzac might have written, full of
g"Onuine humnanity-of heart throbs and laughter--but all so beautifully done
diat the spectator feels that he is looking into the heart and soul of a living'O
rnan. I-lI suffers and rejoices with the old porter as if sharing his lot
with him.

i

MMORTL STRY AN PL/

Superbly Produced, Peter

Pan is: Going to

Charm You

W1hether You Be EIGHT or EIGHTY

BETTY BRONSON
.(As Peter Pain)
ERNIEST
TO RREJ CE
(As Captain !.ook)
C YRIL
CHADWICK
TIRG~INIA
-ROWN
FAIRE
And Dozens' of
O~thers,

"The Last Laugh" will be accompanied by music written
for the fi6n. The University organ will be used.

especiall

-1

Don't fail to go to

U

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F.

Auditiorium

H

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kk
/ 1 ; . .ie .

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'ay and Wednesdy Evenings
May 5 and 6, at 8 o'clock

/ c tc nrcirr : n M ~ Csrrn

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T ]C'17 n Cl' '9$ 1 nnnfi'r

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