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TMIDAY, APUIL 9, ,192:6

T''HE MlIHIGAN DAILY

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~RIDA~Y, APRIL 9, 1920 rAGE THRI~l

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'large Attendance Expected
Conference To Be Held A
Geneva, 1Wisconlsin
LITTLE MAY GIVE
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, v
1>e the seat of the Young Me3
'tiana association's central rej
ference this summer, accord;
nnouncement made yesterda;
hall. The camp, which wi:
tended by more than 800r
he in session from June 15-21
Although final arrangemer
zot as yet been completed, it
~that President Clarence Coy
*'ill address one of the meetir
4,onference. Several Univer
silty inembers have already
~cured to act as discussion
'Charles W. Gilkey, who recen
hiere, has been engaged to sl
1f1 "Enriching human pe
thnrough spiritual fellowshj
Arving Wrifoh
CHIROPODIST ANTf
ORTHOPEDIST
-707 N. 'University Ave. Pihan
RAE
14c
Ben Lyons in
"THE NECESSAF
EVIL''
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s"AGIIAVATINt4 PAP,
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g God," the conference will aim, accord- *+
(1) To give studeuts a chance to
std angtoth comirttherbchargei
disus ionwder experienced by(aders!
th fafl i h development ofthi
acter.
At Anual () Togive full opportunity to'
t Lake search for and to locate t hose inner
elements of spiritual insight, moral
capacity and growth that lead to the l
1achievement of the finest: type ofEitP
TALK creative Christian character."
Michigan delegations have held the
willagi distinlctionl of the largest attendanc e
agaChin- for the last two years, .35 men from the
n'sio chri- University having hcen enrolled lIs
in oan ; year. "The Michigan Mo eyWrench",6
ay at Lane a daily bulletin which these men or ig-l
ill be at- inmated at the 1925 session, wxas the
menwillfirst p~aper of its kind to appear on
rie, wllthe grounds.
nts have I WASHINGTON. - The thickest bed
is hoped ! of coal in the United States is a bed
>ok Little of sulk-bituminous coal near Gilettn,
ngs of the Wyo.
sity fac-
been se-
ledes. DETROIT THEATRES
tly spoke THSIEE
rsonality
ip with E Eves. - 50c to $2.50
"~A R R ICRG Wed. Mat. 50c to $1.50!
K Sat. Mat. 50c to $2.00
..."POSITIVELY LAST WEEtK
STHlE GREAT WAR COMEDY
WSHAT PRICE, GLORY!3
ie ~2l2 By Maxwell Anderson & Lawrence Stallingsj
Bonstellela- e uto$.
riayousoand Sat., 5OC7c~
Woodward at Rliot Tel. Glendale 9792
The DONSTELLE Co. '
In "Beat Of All American Comedie s"
"The Show ffir'
Bly George Kelly. "No6 Play Carp Be Funnier~i
YSchubert Lafayet Nights,5Ct@$0
Sat.Mat. 50C-$25.o
Pap.Thurs.Mat. 50c to $2.00, plus tax. Cad. 8705
World's Greatest Musical Play
A" The STUDENT PRINCE'
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Durng Spring Vacation

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STARTING, TO-.DAY ji~~7

PRICES: $3.30, _$2., $2.20,3$.--TAX

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A Smart Comedy-Drama

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Read The Daily

"Classified"

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Whi tney Theatre~
Tonight
and Tomorrow (Saturday) Night
Final Perfornmances
'1""ER MANTELL.
Supported by
6IENE HAM PER
and Exceptionally Strong Cast
Tonight-' Riche lieu)
Saturday Evening
"M1ER{CHANT OF VENICE"
Complete Productions of
Both Plays
Prices, $1.10, $1.65, $2.20

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TODAY AND
TOMORROW

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Matinees
2:00-3:40
Prices
IlOc, 25c, .35c

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7:00-8:40
Prices
lac, 35c, 50c

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It 's a .Laughable, Lovable, Lyrical.
Threnody o1 Life's tinny Happenings
DOYOU OR DONT YOU

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Specil TonIght Only at 8 :10-Betwveen Shows

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Are You Goin
Into the Bond
Business?
There is a cycle of fashion
not only for the hats col-
lege men wear but for the
line of work into which
they go.
But your job has. to fit,
your head as well as your
hat, for it has to fit your
state of mind.
Like your hat also, your
job needs to fit your purse.
°sTherefore, why not choose
-one that brings not only
satisfaction in service but"
in financial return.
Selling life insurance is one
of the few, modern busi-
nesses that does just this.p
It takes:
Intelligence, Zest
and Ability
ft gives:
Liberty of action, the
philosophic satisfaction of
selling future security and
present serenity to living
people, and a response, im--
mediate and tangible, in
monetary as well as mental
reward.
Cornplete and confidential in-
formation, withoutoany obligation

The Play That Held Broadway
Spellbound for Two, Years

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AUNWITSAL,
JEWELPIGTURE rv:

No., Mr. Male Man, this, Title is not to be taken
lieraly--and remember this: It is generally. conceded
"the Female of the species is. smarter than the Male."

She Loved Byi
M wvho
and She Dared:.:.. tr
H ERE is a picture that throws
1 the revealing searchlight of
truth on the tangled web of,.
romance in Society's innermost
places. What goes on back of
the gorgeous, glittering show. of
the world. of wealth and posi-r>;:<;:':" ::::
tion, is now told in this, amaz-
ing revelation of one womanf
who laughed at convention andr
of another who listened to so--
ciety's demands on those who = ,
love*
Ran two years' as a play on
Broadway!- Now a fascinating .
film!
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