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THE MTCHTGAN DATLY

_t"t Z1. DAY, APRIIL 3, 1l,32G

PAGE TW~~ THE MICI-JIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 192~

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DENTALEDCTO French Farces
To Be Given At4
TRAlEDBY RO IR Mimes Tuesday
SfaA 1;entator 011fline, 1)er elJtHInet wo French ploys n ,d-rtheo uFEaI
fithnIf-trucion; I)Mselisses pices of CCel(' 1 afl(:JI,,20,h of iits
1ls; roprial jells annual dramatic }p'oc rtions, Will ne
UJRGES APPRECIATION j Mimes theater. Tiei - aeoi al n
roomy s10!4 and 106 0 tie losoli lb win:
?of University hall. A=r .*. G
Tract.in t(l ]O<pmeflt.of denta . Sl Th, t farst (liteciiainmen i by J A±QU A LITY
education at 1M'ihigan and urging uni - Cercle rm;n obe Si 8 gaod in Mimes .
v tl t i-ts to - appreciate more theater, all p1iions ones h ing been Mta I NVITJ ES
he lrvi~ae eing offered them uy 'n f,,played in SiahCaswrl11 Anirge11 hail. i
~the citizens of 'the state, State Senn- ir. i i Itl dt l ro,;wn woos n rctrlI
t or B'urney F. Iir(wer of Jacksout, (Ie- ithlay'; N ii P theo :-isf :ileeof 1Dr.
liveredl th(e lirificipal address at the ;Jean ('I o1.pet and 'A ir.}_'. 7 Fnn y,'-
s m o k e r o f th e j ni r le n ta l c a s t a ll o h (Pdi~ T u s a i g t ' fr r (E- Is a a d iTTL'
Senator Brow(r, who is3 chairman of y se 7i£f'( t 1>, 11be)litto the standard-
the Senate comitt^e, on finances an Iti lyr~eJiIlnsp'dc os
approprh tions, .salidthat during thh ra lq lie ((~jgl(4LUNCH' ROOM E
last ten years more than $1 2,000,000 Iby Fre(ei*,'ti kP. Hill, '27.Te o--
haebe prpitdfo tt a 38 Manar
tuames are from tihe Vnhorn c ors?-Mynr
funds for building pur poses alone at pony ins Ph iladcel lhila, who furuu.Sue~l"
the University.Ilie fuirtprsae th taho qu m nt other;tae ta tleqimet fr the o, era. 1-iE111i 1111[llii1illlllllllllIIUIIII111IILE11tllllklt
it costs the state approximately "Les______Deu______Sours"____________a___farce_______________
Versity functioning. Itribuz ltions of a girl with ia- (deaf __________________________ _________________________
Dean .f L. Ward of the (lent al col-'father and a s18101' pretending d. af-
lege in a short adress, dwelt upon th~ ess11odrt i ego ta
rogress being made in Legislationj of his would-he fathe r-in-Law. rphe
favoring the (lent istry professiondc- the frc,"Mite ihlurs ae
daring that aidl given (dentists in they=' from the 011 "C(I>7 ;
wocrk was primarily for the benefit of -__
Dr. ..W. Lyons, 'presidlent (of tho
state (dental board, whoa accompanied A T T II F. 1 I EA T Iit 5S
Setor Brower, also addressed the I. ----
students. Dr. Lyons said that as a r e- j Today- Scen B P c
s;uit of his experience on the dental I I
board, he (hscoVeredl that "dental stu- Arcade- "Fifth Avenuie," with
dents from Michigan are at least 25 Margaruerite Lae La Motte, andt
per cent better than those from other1 "Moana."
coleesinth outr." --- fj Majestic-"Lance Madness," with 1 V anilla Lee Creamr
j) Claire Windlsor.
FiGNow~~ Vuerth - "eat-- wan teith Straw berry
UnionCompeitionBad Man," with Mabel l alho jn.
Play in the Union bridge tourna-! Today-StageFlv r d E s e
m int has reduced the field to 17 ta- 1

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Chicken Noodle Soup (Home Made)
Queen Olives Pepper Relish Sweet Pickles
Spring Chicken Fried in Bautter
Sweet or Irish Potatoes Biscuit Chicken Gravy
Tender Sweet Peas Cranberry Sauce
Baked Apple
Bran Bread (Our Own)
Aple and Pumpkin Pie Te Cream
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Always the same high standard of purity
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bles, or 68 entrants, in two evenings.j
There are nine tables remaining in
the championship division andl eight1
iii the ;consolation group. Thirty-
seoven tables comprised the cornpeti-,
t ion the opening night.
The next elimination round will be
played at 8 o'clock Monday night inj
the ladies' dining room' of the Union,
it was announced yesterday by Robert
Price, '27~ chairman of the tourna-
mnent. Trophies will be awarded the,
meinbers of the winning team in both
the championship wid consolation di-
visions.1

Garrick (Detroit)-" What Price
Glory."
Bonstelle Playhouse (Detroit)-
"The Show-Off."
Shubert Lafayette (Detroit) -
"Betty Dear," withI Richard
"Skeets" Gallagher.
New Detroit (Detroit) - "'They
Knew What They Wanted,"
with Richard lBennett andl
Pauline Lord.

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