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January 20, 1926 - Image 3

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~14E ~MIcHIOAN DAILY

POOR A US TR IA N BARON REFUSES Gives Books To careful collection on present day '~
'1'DVA~TTDJ~'V' problems, most of them having been
TO PART WITH ART Texas LTniversity published between 1916 and 1924, Mrs.
AUSTIN, Texas, Jan. 19.-One of Fl INT.-Police have been unable
the most valuable gifts made to the
University of Texas rmrary in recent to find any trace of a lone bandit who
years ~s the private library of more yesterday held up Wayne P. Nickles,
han 450 books of the late Charles attendant of an oil station, and stole
Doswcil Tomkies, adjunct professor ~ $80 from the cash register.
pUblic speaking in the University from
1918 to 1925, according to Mrs. Charles PEKIN.-Famine conditions prevail
I Stephenson, supervisor of accessions, in many districts of the c~ntral pro-
I The 1~ooks form a very complete and vinces.
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SKILLED REPAIRING
Make sure your pen is ready for exams,
I now. No charge for looking it over. Better
V be safethan sorry.
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s~~AK ~. ~ ~ . ~ The only penmakers in Ann Arbor.
~ - It co~~ 110 more for our skilled service.
HOUR SERVICE

COMING
('O3LIN~ SIJN. JAN. 24 COMiN(*

Baron and Baroness Schaeffer ru1ayin~ ~vi1hi chcssn~eii that once belonged
to Nicholas 11, late czar o~ all the Russias
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PICK 0' THE PICTURES
KEITH VAUDEVILLE
LAST TIMES TOI)AY

Other paintings by Van Dyck, great.
Dutch- artist, ~TliOse work is eagerly
sought by art museums and collectors.
TURIN, Italy.-The Fascist govern-
nient intends to penalize voluntary
idleness.
DETROIT THEATRES j
THIS WEEK

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I ~ K Eves. - SOc to £2.50
Among the things that furnish then j ~ AR RI C Wed Mat.50c to $1.50
humble rear apartment are: Sat. Mat. 50c to $2.00
Diary dictated by Napoleon the A H Woods presents the French farce fiii-ore
Great to an intimate friend while in I "THE KISS IN A TAXI"
his first exile on tbe Island of Elba.
It is written in amost microscopic *ART~UR BYRON-JANET B1~ECHI~R
letters and gives many facts about and Original New York Cast.
Napoleon's love a~'airs known to very Nights 75C to $i.~o
few, including copi~s of letters to and Bofl~OI18 riavnouse Thnr.M at.5oc&79c
from his numerous sweethearts. Many I Wood 1 at ~ Mat. 50C&75C
Eliot Tel. Glendale 9792
of the letters could not be put into The BONSTELLE CO.
public prints.
Chess set of Nidtolas II, who w as'~~ ~ IN *
executed by Bolsheviks, in 19P8. The JViertOn of the Movies
chessmen are carvEd from India ivory, The Classic Comedy of the Fili.n World
that made Glen Hunter famous overnight.
and aside from its historic value, the MONI)AY, FEB. i-"NRW BROOMS"
workmanship on :he set makes it Q~hiiharI ~ Lafayette at Shelby
worth $10,000. gIJIIUUUII LGIGJUIW Nights, 50C to $2 50
painting of tl~ Christus attribut- Pop.~rhiirs.Mat. Best Seats Sat. Mat.. ~oc to $2
$i.5o Cadillac 8705
ed to MichelangeLo, greatest of the I TONIGHT--'LAST WEEK
early Italian artists. It is an almost, Farewell performances Saturday, Jan. 23,
exact replica of the immortal and
priceless "Ecco Thmo" of Guido Reni
in the Bologna galery. ossom Time

Matinees Daily 2:00-3 :30 1 Oc, 25c, 35c J
He Took Her to Washington!
Can He Mean Right by Our Nell?
But HOW She Took Him!
Come Laugh at
- Norma Shearer and Lew Cody
-In-
"HIS RY"
KEiTH FEATURE-
ALBERTINA RASCH
Present', Her
AMERICAN BALLET
MAR ITA
-Also-
AL ST. JOHN in "FIRE AWAY"

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House Party Programs
for the J-Hop

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* BEBE DANIELS
-In-
"THE SPLENDID CRIME"

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LAST TIMES TODAY

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- Prior to the Detroit Engagement
Send Mail Orders Now-Don't 1)elay
Tile Greatest Funniaker Anierica IL~ Ever Known
Direct f1~ont Four Mouths hi' Chilcaigo
WHAT A FEAST OF LAUGHTER!
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l'he Original New York Globe Theatet Siippoitiii~ Vast and

Sixty Thrills 4
Life and Lov4
crowde~l into
sixty golden
niiuiites of
romance and
daring.
Only once in
long time does
great screen
drama get a
great coinbii
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Sills and 1)0
Kenvon. See ii
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