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March 05, 1929 - Image 2

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-'-H _M _I -H I GA N

DATIY

TiJE&DAY; MA?7711Y2

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Play by the Michigan Repertory
theatre.
Visitors: night at the Observatory.
July 18, "Archaeological Work of
the University of Michigan inI
Egypt" (Illustrated), Prof. Arthur
E. Boak.
Play by the Michigan Repertory
theatre,
July 19, Play by the Michigan
Repertory theatre.
July 20, Play by the Michigan
Repertory theatre.
Former Faculty Man To Speak
July ,22, "Matter and Manner in
Modern Poetry," Prof. Thomas E.
Rankin, of Carleton College.
July 23, "Research in Mechanics
in Great Industries," Prof Stephen
Timosbenko.
Concert, faculty of the Univer-
sity School of Music.
July 24, "The, Psychology of Re-
ligion," Prof. R. T. Thouless, of the
- University of Glasgow, Scotland.
Play by the Michigan Repertory
theatre.
g Juy 25, "Present Tendencies in
d Musical Compostion" (Illustrated
n with Records), Prof Earl V. Moore.
Play by the Michigan Repertory
theatre.
e July 26, Play by the Michigan
1Repertory theatre.
Y' July X27, Play by the Michigan
Repertory theatre.
July 29, "Ancient Monuments in
- Modern Rome" (Illustrated), Prof.
x John G. Winter.
July 30, "'Economics of the Au-
y tomobile Industry," Dean Clare E.
1Griffin.
I Concert, faculty of the Univer-
- sity School of Music.
a| July 31, "Temperament and

Character" (Illustrated), Prof. F.I
M. Roels, University of Utrecht,L
Holland.
Play by the Michigan Repertory r
theatre.
August 1, "The Natural Lighting,
of Buildings," Prof. Henry H.
Higbie.
Play by the Michigan -Repertory
theatre.
August 2, Social Evening. Under
the auspices of the Women's Leag-
ue. Open to all students of the
Summer Session.
August 3, Excursion No. 7-Put-
in-Bay, Lake Erie. Under the di-
rection of Prof. Jesse P. Rowe via
Michigan Central to Detroit and
steamer to Put-in-Bay.
Play by the Michigan Repertory
theatre.
Brumm Is Scheduled
August 5, "The Newspaper and
the Citizen," Prof. John L. Brumm.
August 6, "Highway Traffic
Control" (Illustrated), Prof Roger
L. Morrison.
Annual Banquet of the Educa-
tional clubs of the School of Edu-
cation.
Dawn DonutsI
The Partner for
your -Coffee
at Breakfast
Our Bismareks and Raised
Donuts at all the Stores
and Restaurants.
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Concert, faculty of the University.
School of Music,
August 7, "The University World
Cruise," Prof. Jesse P. Rowe, Ti-
versity of Montana.
Play by the Michigan Repertory
theatre.

August 8, "Tolstoy and his Rela-
tion tq the Present Russian Gov-
ernment," Prof. Clarence i_
Play by the Michigan Repertory
theatre.
August 9, Play by the Michigan

Repertory theatre.
August; 10, Excursion No. 8-
Miehigan Sta~te Pri2.on, Jackc.oni
Party goes direetiy to Prisoen TfnC
reLurn by auto bs.
Play by the Michigan Repertory
theatre.

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'w: .

JOHNH
in
NIGHTS
with
MARY OLAN
and
ERNEST TORRENCE
John Gilbert makes love to a new blonde
sweetheart, which is just about the biggest news
of the cinema week so far as Gilbert fans are
concerned. Mary Nolan is the lucky girl. She is
remembered as having played a leading part in
"West of Zanzibar" a few months ago.

Appointments
Smitty and His Gang
in
"CIRCUS TIME"
AESOP'S FABLE
PARAMOUNT NEWS
ART AND BEAUTY

WHITNEY THEATRE
March 18 to 23
25th Annual
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