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TN ;. MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY.

THE ICHIAN DILY TI~r ..

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MICHIGAN GLEE CLURBPostal 'Authorities
Hold Undeliverable
SINGS IN HIGH SCHOOL~ alAotOfc
-- -- Mail for the following persons is'
American Legion (''hr it a F"'1d (4ets on hatndI undeliVerable. It may be
Profiif4 From IVrogr:lmier 1~e claimed if called for at the general
III Mount ('lcuiieiii delivery window, main postof'ice, on
or before N. 18:
jTO GIVE CONCERT HiEREU(George B3. Aln, Jr., 1H. K. Archibald,;
Charles A. Askren, H ubert S. Banl-
Singing to a large crowd in tlhe nings, Blog Barlow, Glen Barney, Ma-I
Mount Clemens high school audlitori- non IT. IBlood, Margaret F. Bookman,
urn th Gle cubof he lni(TstyClark Boot hby, Theodore Bovard, Al-
umtheGle clb o te Iniv~rst.N "l(n Bovard, Emily Boylit un, Mart ha
gave a programrn for the benefil 0i Brantiu~gham, 13. I4. lBronson, Irme],-
the Welfare Fundl for Wounded Sold- %%. 1Brown iVI a n -on Burgess, Bronwvn

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In lighters we have largest assortment in Ann .
9 MakI-!es of Imported Wipes-Exclusively. Let us suggest a gift fc

SMOKERS
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or him. W7e are experienced.
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iers, sponsored by the American Lei,-'l3urns, Mae Callear. -
ion, anld raised -a sizalble sume Ar Dr. W. L. Chandler, John B.
mistice (clay, Friday night, acordling1 (e vel n d, L. I 1. Co,,e(, Victor rT.
to Franklyn D. Burger, '28, buiness , conliin, Louise (Cooley, J. It. Coving- 1
manager of the Glee club, , tonr, Philip Crane, Edward Cronwvell,
Fred T. Shoemaker, commander of J r., H enry Rouse, IEugene Currey, 1
the"AmericanLein in Mount Clern-! Fritz ('urtiniiis. George A. D~eLaud,
ens, welcomed 'the fifty memb~ers of Richard D~eno, Fill Dobr.
the Glee club and gave them a ban- I~avid H. Drummond, Urban EFarns-
quet in the Colonial hotel. Numbers worth, Jean Faulkner, Mercedes G.
which, were receivedl with much en- F1elbis, N. R., Robit. V. Finney, Car-
thusiasm by the audience were the melita F+iorriacci, Richard Freyberg,
banjo-piano sleckialty given by And- ic~hael George, Alex Cow.
erson, ,'32, andI Ilc rire, '28; the Sybil Fleming Graham, Viola Gromf, I
Quartette's songs; and the baritone Fred Hillso, Chas. Irr ang, G. N.*
solo by G. V.{1 Harrison, ;28E(1., the Johnson, Jr., I-larry Kppin, Rtalph
director. Lawson, Benjamin Linker, John Lin-
This baritone solo was a request sey, Andrew Lundteigen, Rev. Wesley
number andl openedl the p~rogram. It II. 1MIaurer, B. 1). Merritt.
is the first time that IHarrison has Robert Mosely, A. Murei, Martha C.
sung by request. The solo was "In O'Brien, Richard Outcalt, W. A.
Flanders Fields." Reveille and Taprs Reichert, Harry Richelson, Herbert
preceded the singing. Richter, Paul Schrieber, KathrynI
Next Saturday, the Glee club will Scudder, Jones Shannon, Jerry Stein-
give their annuial home-coming con- eclier, John Texiera, Paul Sukuz-
cert in Hill auditorium after the M~ize- schak, Burton D. Thurma, Dr. G. E.
nesota game, from 7 :30 to 0 in the Tiedke.
evening. They have arranged an" ex- Franklin I. Vanosdel, Martha Wag-
ceptional program andl with the new ncr, Dorothy Stewart Waller, Stan--
singing talent discovered this year, Icy G. Waltz, Harry Weisberg, Leo
strengthening the tenor section, the Weiselberg, Edwin Whitney, A. H.
Gflee club.-can give a diversified pro- Wight, Dr. John Wild, Margaret Wi-
gram, glee club" members say. lcy, Verle Witham, Ernest A. Zabllos.

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Sinc JIi t Cleopatra -- Helen of Troy
The orli --as Not Known Such a onj
Paris gavie her the name that has gone down in history
-"The Lady with the Carnellias !" Frail asth Flower
sli made famous-but armed with a weapon to slay
the hopes of all men-Her Loveliness.
- Presenting The Modern Version of
,aBeautiful for words.

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Take A Look
"Look at my new shoes!
Aren't they pips? Had all
I could do to keep 'fromn
wearing 'em from the
store? Wait 'til we hit
the dance floor tonight!
Guessnmy Florshems
won't shine, eliP"

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See the New Fall Styles at the
CAMPUS BOOTERY
304 So. State

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- Please Note:
'Not the, old Camille,; but a modern, flaming flower,
1f ° / astinig her p~erfumie to an Idolizing iParis! Mis
Ta~.lma1dge at the peak of her carteer! Anni Arbor
> ~womien will be thrilled b G(ilbert Roland, the new-
-pizItSh heik, whio pla 3s'I A rmn d."

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MIen feared her because she was so beautifu-But one
forgot fear, fortune, and the city's gossip to bring her th1C
first tender love her fevered young life. had ever kno wnr.

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SPECIAL EXTRA
MICHIGA-
SNAVY
Football Pictures

Felix Cartoon
"THE 'WISE
GUISE"1
Always a Big Laugh

MICHIGAN
and
'NEWP SCOOPS

ZUNDAY OICY-I1.25, 3:00, 4:40, 7:00 and :40--ADUL TS ''; HIZR, 5c

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-THURSDAY-

"ON ZE BOULEVARD"
With
RENEE ADOREE and'LEW CODY

-COMING SOON--
"LOVES OF CAR EN
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DOLORES DEL RIO and- VICTOR McLAGLEN

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