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March 03, 1929 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1929-03-03

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THE MrCT-ITCAN )AILY

DAILY

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Er n'erigBulletin Screen .Reflections
Is Well Illustrated Heat.. Thirst, . Sand -- and john4' 4f
____Gilbert makes "Desert Nights" 0
' what we call a pretty good picture. , w
Distribution of nearly 10,000 il- From the standpoint of the girls
lustrated announcements for the it's too bad that John must go'
summer session of the engineer- through practically the whole I U I
ing college is now underway, ac- thing in ragged clothes andaWI
cording to Dr. Louis A. Hopkins, mean growth of whiskers, but as
secretary of the college. Dr. Hop- far as we're concerned he's much
kins supervised the publishing of more attractive that way. Mary T VERY day, our Phot
the catalogue which is the first Nolan appeals strongly to the male uuulmrttl
illustrated one to be issued by the portion of the audience and dur- unsa erttk
University. ing the coreo h soyse Ix age better pictures, we
cors oftesoyseC we o h etpict
Aside from the fact that it con- poses some very nice anatomy. , elocal scenete each s week,
tains a picture on nearly every "Desert Nights" is well acted,
page, the bulletin is of importance well photographed, and well .di-
because it marks the first attempt rected. And it's brand: new-so Tak
of the engineering college to at- new that the advertising posters j Tak
tract practising engineers and didn't arrive with it and the moan- AuditĀ®
teachers in technical schools to eager of the Maj had to make his
the summer session. own signs. G. W6 aeapctr fli
______________________________________________________ *make. the prints.. To tl
date to Saturday will1
Lafayette Cadillac W
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LTHEATRE Rglr$
Name
t y; or, if you prefer, you
Beginning SoayeatsNow you may select.
NightsA 75c to $3.00; Pop. Mats. Thurs. and Sat., 50c-$2.00Ru
Anyone .may: enter ex,
Hear th Wildfire Song kins-Fletcher employef
to "be developed not la
newspapers will annou
0 P day, March 11th. Ent
winner!
"WHOOP.EE" :Cli
MUSICAL COMEDY TEN-STRIKE1k
x 324 S. State Street
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with BLYHOUSEanc 100 Redt
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nA PRIZE!.
)to Finishing Department develops film of.
ken by Ann Arbor camer'a fants. To encour-
W've decided to give a valuable prize each
ture we print-=of a different building or
a. Snrap-Shot 'of Hill
)rium - Win a Prize!
Il Auditorium, let us develop the film and
the, camiera fanI making the best print from
be given as a prize
,L FOUNTAIN PEN
I.50 Value, with Winner 's
Engraved in Go lai
may have any merchandise of equal value

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NWHITNE Y THEXARE
March 18 to 23
25TH ANNUAL'
GIRLS'
PLAY
"FO WRDMARCH"
A Travesty on War and Women
MAIL ORDERS NOW!,
Prices: $1, $1.50, $2,'$2.'50
Enclose check and stamped, self-addressed envelope.'
Send to'
Miss IMargaret Sibley,
1503 Washtenaw'.

In the Sprig
AYoung-Ma's
Fancy --
If you f eel
Yocurs
Turnig,'
Young ,Man,
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les of. the Contest
xcept professional. photographers and Cal,
es. Leave the film at one ,of our threestores
ater than 10 p. in., Friday, Marc 8th. The
unce the winn~er for the first week on Mon-
iter the contest--you may be next week's

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State and Packard Street
r South and -East University

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ORANGEYS G A PRUIT II.liiI111111 -'111iI1111itIlll1i111W11t~ I~I1111i11
F r es I carload of Florida : ::..
oranlges-c~c peck or $2x50 bu.
One week off tree. TSt betweHen E 5
~W. jeff. and William. Open 8S SS_________
'eI~II~UIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIl--Lafayette at W~ayne Cadillac 1100E
2OPTICAL
- P=TEN -LAST 10 TIMES
Lenses and Frames made -
-To OrderI
- pia rscitos jA JED HARRIS PRODUCTION
cFilled - " ~ -
HALLLRS - .
State St. Jewelers.
SSrns..Supplies =
u Reairs. *x
1:for all Musical Instruments K
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Schaeberle & Son: .
MUSIC HOUSE By GEORGtE ABT ~'.ai ANN PRESTON IPGR
110 S. Main St.:
NOW PLAYING 'The Art' of
the . Eims
Thie-Prince of Lo vers!
He's Here!::..
In a Brand New "<
Picture, Now Running ti:
in MVetrop olitan Centers ;. >J
forget W in t e k Welcome
Spring! Gilbert's love flamles> r :
over the burning desert to .an
Ā£oasis oa' dreamy -romance!.
Warm your heart; fire your.
imagination; x'yur hin
GIBE1~ 1:25yurblo
10 n
"DESERT~ NIG TSlicy
with '11
Eres oren- Mry Nol:25.
(Gilert' newblone inpirai00

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STARITING
He Madea SmshigHi!
"Judg-thisreckless youngwoa
stiks out her tongue inste ad oif
her hantd!"-

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Sprng ever -.
Then hop right
erVI OBunk,
StPat's :and
SterPig.
So'youwill
'.Hare it'
Onhand for a.
Suidder.-Chiig T
z bWeathet rso
and Auld nt aiy
Chuirch 'fS5uth I

with t
ALICE DAY'
A merry, rollicking W~e of
Motor Trouble and Heart Trouble
lHe haled her into court for breaking the
speed laws-and: then courted her for
breaking his heart! -

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ON H~E STAGE:-

liAl

The Broadway Comedian
RRY J.CO-NI
and His Company
"SLICKAS EV"

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