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the Sea," adapted from
arcynska's popular novel,'
Ling attraction at the Ar-
ek.
'Brien is seen in one of the
)f his career in "Channing
thwest," the screen offer-
nesday and Thursday. He
1English gentleman whose;
tion seems to be decorat-
y and Mayfair. !

"The Glorious Fool," which will be
shown at this theater the first three
days of the week. It is a combination
of comedy and pathos with Helen
Chadwick and Richard Dix in. the
principal roles.
"Other Women's Clothes," an unus-
ual story flavored with tense dramat-
ic action and many novel incidents is
the attraction' for Wednesday and
1Thursday.,
Patsy Ruth Miller and Cullen Land-
i s share honors in the new Goldwyn
picture "Watch Your Step," which will
shown here the remainder of the week.
ORPHEU '
"Love's Redemption," featuring Nor-
ma Talmadge, is the opening program
of the week.

"The .Hiuncn," a sparkling comedy
starrin~g Gareth Hughes, is the at-
traction for Wednesday and Thursday.
The yo 6uthful star is seen in the part
of a New York broker, arrested and
accused of his own murder and unable
'to prove his identity.*
Viola Dana presents an entertain-
Ing story of love; opium smugglers
and secret service agents in her latest
picture "There Are No Villians," the
attraction for Friday and Saturday.
G ARMiCK (Detroit)
"Dear Me," 'that delightfully fan-
tactic comedy in which Grace La Rue
and Hale H~amilton starred last season,
has been "selected by the Bonstelle
company as 'next week's offering at
the Garrick. "Dear Me," which takes
its title from letters written to herself

by April, slavey in the Amos Prentice.
home for artistic and literary failures,
is a charming, whimsical, and at times
pathetic, bit of entertainment.
TUESDAY AFTERNOON TEA WILL
END STUDENT, FACULTY AFF'AIRS
Serving as the last of the Tuesday
afternoon student ax~d faculty. gath-
erings, a tea 'will be given from 4 to
5:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the
Chi, Omega house, 1603 Washtenaw,
one of the sororities open for women
of the Summer session,

held at each of the
for the sum mer.

All studets anti faculty of the Sum-
uner session are invited.
BRING YOUR IDEAS TO THE
ANN ARBOR CUSTOM
SHOE FACTORY
We will make use of them and the best
leather to make your shoes. Bring your
repairs to our factory at 534 FOREST I

MTus.,TSa
GARRICK Mas.Tu
3th Annual Season
THE BONSTELI
ZONA GLEU'S GREAT COMIEDI
"MISS LULU E
Next:-"DEAR ME"
Daily "Wants Aas oring resu

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Majestic - Shirleyt Mason
"Queenie";comedy.

In

Arcade-An~a Stewatrt in "Rose
a' the Sea;'; comedy and news.

Wuerth- Helen Chadwick and,
Richard Dix in "The Glorious
Fool," a' Mary Roberts' Rine-
hart story; and comedy.,
Orpheum- Norma Talmadge in
"Love's Redemption"; comedy
and news.

Today--Screen

Green Onions

ffraised Chicken wvith Dressing
:Roast Duck with Baked AIpples
Veal Mlock Bird lrolvn ivith M"ushroom,

T urkish Soup

This Week--Stage

Soap

Mashed Potatoes

Green :Peas

Garrick (Detroit) -4, Bonstelle
company in "Dear Me."

Waldorf Salad
Chocolate IceCream'

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Double, Boilers
are, lolv priced-=too,
Every housewife, knows that a double-
boiler is a great help in cookiing-es,,
pecially for cooking cereals, rice and
other boiled or steamed foods they are
unsurpassed. Made of heavy pure,
aluminum in the wanted sizes. Watch
our Main St. Windows for Specials.

The Coolest theatre in Tok'n
aTODAY -- MONDAY - TUESDA
The Story of Strange
Rewards for Reck-
less Love

",good Night,
Nurse".'

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large assort-
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Up-to-the-M4inute Hardware
Main nr. Washington Washington nr. Main

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Of course, it makes a dif-
ference in the way you say
it, if you've married her'
the night bef ore.
This glorious , fool was
snatched by Cupid from
the very _ jaws of death,
and 'woke to find himself
the husband oft thepretti-
est and youngest nurse in
the hospital.
Richard° Dim and Helene
Chadwick play the foolv
and the nurse in this origi-
nal Goldwyn comedyT.

'The Drarta
with the big
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on, Geddes Avenue op-
ulevard for sale., The
well built, spacious and
aged. The lot containsj
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If interested see the
price and terms. A. E.
Phone 1672. 33
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.ul East Grove, Whitmore
11 212-T. Address R. H.
S. Division St. 33
'o rent rooms or small
for coming year. Box B.
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Look, at 'This
for a Sunday Dinner
Give yourself a treat and try the
CUTT ING CAFE
Cor. 'State and Monroe Sts.

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From Countess8 Barcynska's world-read novel.
cFlung from the sea, a beautiful waif; flung back again into another sea-
with intrigue, bright with adventure, bitter with cosily romance.
She squandered her love on a reckless youth and was paid in full by hie
REAL HEART-DRAMA HERE, INTENSE,
SURPRISING, IRRESISTIBLE.
Directed by Fred Niblo who made
"THE THREE MUSKETEERS."
Rudolph Cameron and Thomas Holding in supporting c*At.
Added-Al. St. John in "SPECIAL DELIVERI
SCHEDULE"-CMN -PI
Matinee 'THE DICTATOR" Mat]
1:30, 3:00 Featuring25a
4:30 *ALLACE REID Ee
Evening LL E 5n
7:30" 9:00 THEODOR~E KOSLOFF Kiddies

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Sunday Dinner,

75c

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Chicken Biroth with Rice
Fresh Tomato Salad
C'hicken a la king
Virginia Baked 11am
Boiled Leg of Lamb, Mint Saue
New Sweet Corn Hashed Potatoes
Celery

Sun day-M o nday--Tuesday
Norma Talmadge
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SUNDAY

6iIJENIE

Cream Cocoanut or Blackberry Pie
Ice Cream .Pineapple Sundae

Cake,

" Love's

fountain, pen,
Call 1847-R.

Iced Tea

Coffee, Cocoa Wilk

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