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September 26, 1928 - Image 2

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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2G, 1923

PAGE.WO.TH.M.C.GAN.AILY EDNESAY..EPTEMER.2....2

Staff Selling Dollar Coupons for
Fifty Cents-Cost 'Will
Advance on Friday
NEW FEATURES PROMISED
Sale of coupons for the 'Ensian,
will continue only through Friday
of this week, it was announced by~
stagf members yesterday. The
Michigan-ensian is offering a cou-
pon for fifty cents which is worth
one dollar when traded in on a
regular subscription to the 1929
senior annual.
The 'Ensian, which is the Uni- 1
ver sity year book and will be ready
for distribution in the spring,
will embody many new features.
"Michigan" is to be the* theme of
the book. Every branch of activ-
ity which characterizes the state
will be illustrated in vivid colors
on the various division pages. Pic-
tures of campus life, athletics, and
organizations will be superior to
any previous standard of Michi-'
ganensians in the opinion of the
publication's editors.
The 'Ensian staid: members also
wish to remind 1;' : student body
that last year anay students were
unable to xeceive copies at the end{
of the year because of their failure
to subscribe. Over 200 students,
many of them seniors, applied for
'Ensians in the spring of last year,
and were unable to secure books.
SOCIOLOGY STAFFi
iNCREASED BY TWO
Edward C. Ja ndy and Elroy S.
Guckert, graduate students last
year, are new additions to the So-
ciology department staff, and will +
serve as instructors in the intro-
ductory, courses, it was stated yes-
terday by Prof. R. L. Holmes. Prof.
Robert' Cooley Angell of the same
department, who is away for the
entire year on leave of absence, is
engaged in research work in New
Fork city.
-ARCADE
A NOW SHlOWING
-r TMelodramatic Thriller
"PERILS OFnTHE COAST
GUARD " ,m
Added
E "PASS THE GRAVY"
(A Metro Guidier Comedy)
i.. SECRETS OF THE SEA .
STHE FLORIDA DISASTER 2
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EVENINGS-30c-20c -10c

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SEE HIM'TONIGHT!
Your Last Opportunity

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The =Lovable Scapegrace Freshie of the Movies
lie had a "nose for news," and an eye
for a pretty girl.
So that when Haines as a star reporter
follows a show girl into the midst of a
Far East revolution, you can be sure
of laughs and excitement a-plenty.

PAPERS OFEVERY CITY FOR SALE AT
OUR NORTH UNIVERSITY STORE
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723 N. University
217 N. MAIN 207 SO. MAIN

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JOSEPHINE McLEAN'S
DANCE RHAPSODIES"
Created, Staged and Costumed by Josephine McLea n

with
Don Luis

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Rosemairy Bedford

Rolan Fontaine
Michael Brigante

Also
"That Night"
Metro Comedy
KINOGRAMS

"BOB" HOWLAND
in a new Song Fest
"Happy Go Lucky Lane"

KARL
WIEDERHOLD
and His
MICHIGAN ORCHESTRA

TOMORROW-BOB & GALE SH ERWOOD and their BUNCH

Classliied A ds Pay

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You'll find our service prompt, our prices_
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We are anxious to please yoV. *
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25c & 10c

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Last Time Today

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ADOLPH ZUKOR~ AND JESSE L LASKY PRESENIT
GREY'S

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Jack Holt
Nancy C"rroll
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Revealing a new Zane Grey.. The famous
author of Westerns. turns to Eastern society
and carries its smart beauity to the wild
Arizona desert.
You Read the Story in ''calliers---
See It at The Wuerth
Florida Hurricane Pictures

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SHERB.ERTS AND

P:ATHE COMEDY

NEWS EVENTS

PUNCHES FOR
YOUR PARTIES

GRIANTLAND RICE SPORTLIGHT
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
TEMPLE BAILEY'S MIGHTY DRAMA

For that added touch to make your parties
a success, serve sherbet from the Ann Arbor

OF MODERN
GIRLHOOD!

Dairy or a splendid punch.

Both are of the usual Ann Arbor Dairy
quality with a deliciousness sure to be ap-
preciated by all your guests.

A n A rtistic M s e p e eP
Directed Bilo
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