SUNDAY, ? 1J C'J IJJJJ 'C' -J. 1927
TIlE N4R1 ITCIAN flAil Y
63 MILES AN HOUR
LONDOCN (lerm my ,nd Great B~rit- OREGON-Under a ncw regulation its store delivery of freight.
amn rdav exclmnge(I notes mutu- the University of Oregon lib~rary will
ay hiliovisas on passports c, stay open evenings. Soap and toilet preparations m ado
ibi a oa~entering (%,,h other' s 000- in this country andl sent ab~road eacih
.n;>> he aolflii is to be effec-I One railway in Elnglandl is operat- month have an average value of near-
ii re az). 1. ing 1,40 rcsi connection with ly $1,400,000.
State st reelt,('ieag.,«will sa n on:h
the world's bihet~biew .70
specially designied 5 n~r i
ry 2,000uwttor 80 cnlo r
CEO.ADE'S STAGE SENSATION!
Cleverest of All College
Prexy's pretty daughter recruits football
team by flirtation-then-~
A torpedo speedboat with a whirlwind airplane motor, piloted by Mrs.
)William 1.. Leeds, the, former Princess Xenia of Greece, clippedl off 63.117
miles an hour on Long Island Sound in a test. Called the Fan Tail, the c:raft
was designed by johannes Plum, former naval attache of the Danish legation
Y'1PSILANTI NORMAL CHOIR
Christmas Concert, Thursday, Dec. 8.
5 P. N. SHARP
200 Mixed Voivec, Singing alla Cappela--1 60 Children
Frederick Alexander, Conductor
.Noels from Czeechi- Slovakia; Province and Germiany (17th Cenitury) ;
Old 'nglandl; Modern Russia, Madrigals and Part Songrs.
A K uhnan "Bible. Sonata" (1 696~) for the Clarichord.
TJicket s, 50) cents by mail from. Frederick Aieander, Director
Normial Conservatory, Ypsilanti
Patronis standing hi line for tickets on concert night likely to
miss "Prelude," doors thenl being closed.
,WARNE A BAOS. - pre4eflt"
To. Humor Your Appetite
is Our Business
High Quality Food-Properly Prepared
You can bring your friends here to dine and know that you
are treating them to the best.
Come in Once-And You'll Come Back Again
4 High-Class Restaurant With Table and Counter Service
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Ann Arbor Restaurant
A S ,TWO WEEKS
Beg. Sunday, Dec. 4
T H EA TER Saturday Matinees Only
Lafayette at Wayne-Cadillac 1140
One College Widow-Forty College Widowers!
PREVIOUS TO ITS 'SEW YORK OPENiING4
They swept the college t:
victory-all for her sake--
then they found out her secret !
TheI Producer o:) "TI'h e Vaabond King"
A -New Muasical R~)aIee of Arlsto -a"ic Englanid and the Old WIest
Based on Edin 11 tiltoiia Boyle's 'Fa a ts Play
"THE SQUAW MTAN"
Iusic by R DIF FIIIL
Conposer of "The Vagabond King'" and "]Rose Marie"
Books and Lyrics by Brian Hooker and W. H. Post
Scenes and Costumles by James Reyniolds
.MIisic and Orchestra under Direction of Anton Hleindl
D~ances Created by Busby Berkiey
Staged by Rlichiard Boleslavsky
COMPANY OF 175 with ALLAN PRIOR
PRIC S : ights, $1.00 to $3.50. 31 atiiiees, $1.04) lo $2.50, 1)1115 tax
ON THE STAGE-
JU L ES HOWAR'D
WILL TAKE YOU FROM THE
"BATTERY TO THE BRONX"
Jack Kellar-Ginevra Robert-Billy Blask-Madge North-Joseph Caruso
unde(lr the dirpecti of
So-JACK MUL HALL in "MAN CRAZY and
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