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S IU-NDAY, DIXENWE'lZ 13, L 2;)

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

~12NDAY, IYECEN.ILIER 13, 1 ~ 2 ;THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREF!

LOCAL EVYENTS
For notices not otherwise mentioned in
The Daily. Items will be published on
two successive days only. Copy must
be submitted to the Local Events
tI.aijtor by a P. M.
Sund iay
Mr. Albert Beals will be the speak-
er at the meeting of the Hindustan
cluib at 3 o'clock in Lane hall.
R E L IGUIOU S
I Sunday
Religious education classes under
the leadership of Professor Water-
man and Mr. Chapman will be held at
noon at the Baptist Guild house. The1
Baptist guild friendship hour will be
held at 5 :30 o'clock and the devotion-
al meeting under the leadership of q
Herbert Wedell of Detroit at 6:30 o'- c
clock at the Guild house.4j
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An open forum will be held at noon
in the Congregational church. Mr.
3Uiderz, editor of Labor Age, will dis-)
cuss the coal strike.
Student classes. led by Hal Coffman
and Miss Idla Haskins, studying "Cam-
purs Problems" and Fosdick's "Twelve
'Tests of Character" will :meet at 121
o'clock in the Presbyterian church.
" W l Th m ,'7 ,wl led tePresbyterian young people's meeting
at 6:30 o'clock. A social hour will pre-
cede this service.
Mr. Jump will pjeach on "The Old
an d New Idea of Jesus" at the morn-
ing service in the Congregational
church and at 5:30 o'clock Prof.
Thomas H. Reed will speak on "Free-
dom of Speech" at the student supper
and fireside chat.

Prof. M. H. Tilley will speak at the
6 o'clock student supper in Harris
hall. Rev. H. L. Lgnsdale will preach
at the Episcopalian evening service.
tZane Gray's "Wanderer of thej
Wasteland" will be shown in natural
colors at the Congregational notion
picture service at 8 o'clock.
swigCoach Mann will me-t, his facult y
adcalisthenics class at!
the Union pool.

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ChritmasGifts of Distinction!

The following are unusual gifts and are bound to please.
Oaxaco, Navajo and*Chimayo antiques. Silver and turquoise
bracelets, beads and craft jewelry. Baskets, ollas, novelties.
332 MAYNARD
Opposite. Nickel's Arcade

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The, e will be a.,nmeeting
Player's club at 8:15 o'clock
fourth floor of Angell hall.

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Open Evenings Until Christntue.

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Jan t, Iaus has arr ived .ecarly I
(FOR THE GROWN-UPS ONLY)
THAT FAMOUS OLD LEGEND SANTA AND HIS
REINDEER WHICH WE FOREVER CHERISH WILL
RELIVE AGAIN IF YOU WILL PAUSE A MOMENT
AND READ THIS
Announcement Extraordinary
Presenting
A 7lodern Romance of RIomances!

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IDS ASTTN
of GOLD and GLORY

SC H V BERT- LAFAYETTE
Lafayette at Shelby-TeL Cad. 8705

E ves. 50c to $2.50
Thum H at.
50c to $1.50.
Sat. Mat. 50c to $2

]BEGINNING STUN. EVE. DEC. 13t
The MESSRS. SHUBERT PresentCo L LA
"HELLOLLA
A Musical Version of Booth Tarkington's Novel and Play
"SEVENTEEN"-.30 ~uess~~
The Sw~eetest Romance of Melody Land!
The Ideal Muasical Show for Hloliday Parties!
An Enitertainmnent for Young and Old!
Bleginn~ing Eves.- - 50c to $2.50 2!
TONIGHT 'C Wed. Mat.,50c to $1,50 .=
SOne leek Onljy sat. Mat, - 50c to $2.00
2 "If She Lives at All-She Lives withi Me."-W itzel.
EARIL CARROLL PRESENTS Popular
Matinee -
~LEO ORDONWednesday
5 c t $L0VW h l Ca r g o "
A ILOVE PLAY OF THlE TROPICS
Three Years ini New York _
2 Two Years in London-One Year in: Chicago
B eginninlg Bno N TILOL. Nights 75C to $1.50 ""-
2 Tomorrow Mats. Tues.., Thurs., Sat. r:
2(Mon., Dee. 14)PLAYH USE 50c and75c
WOOI)WRD AT The World's Unique Theatre-
WODWR A LIOT-GtEN.. 979' Downtown Ticket Office at Grinnell's Pl
2Phone Calls Only Through Glendale 9792 wf
We ONST EWO
- in tihe Blythie Americani Comedy
- "Mrs. P~\rtridge
Presen lts"
- By Marl Kennedy and Ruth Hawthorne-
2As Played by Blanche Bates at. the Belmont 'Theatre for Six Months,
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English langgage that has not been
showered down on this production:'

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The American Prince Charming and a
Score of Stars Cast Perfectly in
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MOD)ERN STORY
That Has Been Read from One End of the World
to the Otheu, and, That Has Been Acclaimed as
THE ROMANCE SUPREME

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lkre is Norma Talmnadge in the sweetest, most glorious
and beautiful love story in which she has yet appeared.
A romance that will linger long ini your miemory as one
of the .,screed's finest accomiplishments!t

Christmas Vcaio
T11rain -Service
Via1
Michigan Central R. R.*
Friday, Dec. 18th
NORTHBOUND-
Extra train service leaves Detroit 7:30 P. M. Central Time
via Mackinaw City for Upper Peninsula points. Pullman j

Come thrill to the clash of swords in_ royal halls-thrill as
Leauties of 'the couris pass before your eyes-catch the scent
of" some subtle perfume wafted through the air on' the wings
of romance that touches your fondest dreams.
,A DI/hITRl BURCHOWLTSKI PR~ODUCTION

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