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November 02, 1928 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1928-11-02

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TH4E MICHIGAN DAILY FR

L±i-. Z, JuzU

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( AT MUSEUM

Work on the main exhibits in the1
.useum which has been held uip
long by the lack of cases and1
;her equipment, is now progress-1
g rapidly, several of the largerj
.ounts having already been put
* place in the main exhibition
om on the second floor.
Included in the larger mounts
h~ich have been completed or
h~ich are nearing completion un-
er the direction of Professor E. C.
ase of the geology department,
ad under the personal supervision
E William H. Buettner, preparateur
i vertebrate paleontology, are
free mounted skulls of Phytos-
urs, which resemble modern
ocodile ; an Edaphosaur and a
imetrodon, members of the lizard
trmily, and a Mosasaur skeleton
und in the chalk region of-
ebraska.
Buettner is also working. on the
.eleton of a rare, almost extinct
?ecies of Hippopotamus fromr
adagascar. Already mounted is
fine specimen of a Mastodon skull
Fund near Ypsilanti several years
go.
The, long awaited cases have
een set up and will contain small
keletons, individual "bones, and
ther such pieces.
NEBRASKA-John Philip Sousa
gas composed a new "University of
ebraska" march for "this institu-
ion whieh was played for the first
ime at this year's Nebraska-Mis-
ouri game by the local R. 0. T. C.
rand.
£~-TRHEAT RE- d
Today Only
Si Slender Sea-Nymphs
in
"THRU THE BREAKERS"'I

At TheWET
ALL NEXT WEEK

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Detroit Theaters

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CASS

THEATRE

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2:00-3:35 y-asst Times Today -)- OO8g40

1«t. "I to 2; Sat. Mat. $1-$2.50
ARTHUR HAMMYE STEIN
"Golden Dawn"
SIIUBERT
LAFAYETT E
"Nobody's Girl"
Evenings,. 75c, $1.00,. $1.50, $2.00,
$2.50, $3.00
Thurs. Mat. 50c to $2.00; Sat.
Mat.' 50c to $2.50

Lw eetlaiid
for
Toasted
Il-lot Lunche£s
212 So. Main St.

She's Ann

Arbor's

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With
JAM ES HALL
Just a sailor's sweetheart-but
which sailor? She takes the navy
without firing a shot'. Clara with
a fleet-load of boy friends!
Appointments
POLAR PERILS
PARAMOUNT ART &
NEWS BEAUTY

Alk AV
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1 flee
in,

109 SOUTH MAIN STREET

Before or
Bg Game'
Pay Us
YOUC
WHAl

After the.
Tomorrow
a Visit.
kN GET
rEVERy

"Oh deah meah!" __

COSMOPOLITAN OPENING SATURDAY

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"I rally cawn't hunderstawud_ the
'arf of hit--the gent 'e loves meahi
-an' hi a noble lady--oh deah-
dash it all-if 'e don't come soonz
h ill] f e el m o r e life a , l ud y i ni

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South Sea; Beauties
South Sea Romance
Oh Daddy!
--Also-

Comedy

News

YOU WANT
TQEAT-
Sandwiches, Sala ds,$
Drinks, Etc.

11

Tomorrow ,nl
EDMUND LOWE in.
I "DRESSED TO KILL"
NText Week-Our, First
192$ REVIVAL WEEK
7 Exquisite Gxems
Sunday Only
IpOROTIIY GISH'
in
ANNIE LAURIE
Monday Only
LON CHANEY in I
"LAUGH CLOWN LAUGH"
and Five More

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WHEN YOU
WANT IT

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I a11.it ;Gml 111Y1 G 111...4 ya.
1~~A waitin'".
fla~ULU,

Ittuy ALL

Heart Throb Drama
Ever Filmed"
The Sensational Success
~t
with
BENNETT
Supported by a Briilliant Cast
A powerful any: poignant life and
love drama of a woman with a mind
distorted by hatred, who, in a guarded
quest for a good time, reaps the havoc
wrought by jealousy. As sweetheart,
t ~wife and mother-Belle Bennett--in
' the finest role of her brilliant career
-rises to supreme heights of emo-
tional dpower and suspense.
The Emotional
Treat of the
Season
An EmoryStoryby
AuEEmory
Johnson ,Johso
Production Directed by
MPresented by EmryJohso
CARL LAEMMLEEmrJonn
A UNIVERSAL MASTERPIECE

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Colleen in her kind of
part-tripling for cock-
ney maid, lady boot-
legger and society pet
- full of laffs and
thrills-and just twice
as good as "Sally" and
"Irene."

MM. , ALLly
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6''

IfClassified ActsPa

WHITNEY THEATRE

Saturday Evening

NOVEMBER 3rd

8:oo P.M.

11

Hon.Alfred Lockng

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of Detroit

ONE OF MICH=IGAN'S

MOST

DISTINGUISHED

ATTORNEYS,

WIIL

DISCUSS

THE

ISSUESOFf THIS CAMPAIGN,

An icalcomdY-a ac il
I ~~INOG(AV.)J
."o.1;l d in Victor'-al P~ogue-

good

music Will Be Furnished

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