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November 01, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 27) • Page Image 1

…I . CUUULELJ, Y V IJUW * Itg ASSOCIAT PRESS DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE 27. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1918. PRICE I M7&§ i LIANS BAG 50,000 s RECOIL ES HURL iH TROOPS WESTERN FRONT ENCH MARE T GAINS ,PARATES ABOVE PIAVE FLU DECREASING; SCHOOLS OPEN SOON No new cases of influenza or pneu- monia were discovered among S. A. T. C. men yesterday and only seven of influenza and two of pneumonia were reported among civilia...…

November 01, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 27) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY AL NEWSPAPE~R AT THE ERSITY OF MICHIGAN every morning except Monday university year by the Boaard iin Student Publications. OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ciated Press is exclusively entitled for republication of all news dis- ited to it or not otherwise credited er~ and also the local news' pub- i The A. E. F. may glory in "cootie- proof" clothes but raiment impervious to' the flu bug would be of more inter- est to the civil...…

November 01, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 27) • Page Image 3

…R OF RAIN cago shifts. Lig The large ii along the sid ed far moref how to combat the Chi- NEW WEAPON SENT rushing shipments of a new trench under-garment to the war zone. The hts Work GoodO FIGHT COOTIES garment is chemically treated at the ncandescent bulbs strung - wstate university at Iowa City, to act es of the field have prov- It was announced in Washington as a preventative against vermin in successful than the bat- ,yesterday that the...…

November 01, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 27) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY i uI UK L11U I II L SERIES, NO-1 Nine Army Men Vis Want Citizenship NOERT CERTAIN, BUT )NED TILL LATER DATE Case, of the Metropolitan- any, will open the pre- es of concerts Saturday . 16, in Hill auditorium, state ban against public .lifted by that time. Ac- r. R. N. Olin, secretary of rd of health, there is lit- at meetings canrbe held was born and educated in 3 through untiring per- as won praise from the ritics. Her g...…

November 02, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 28) • Page Image 1

…?two A& 1&6-- Yt &uA& r *PRESS DAY AN(D NIGHT SERVICE I ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1918. PRICE THREE - __ .__ I BELGRE DEFENSES; OS OVER ENTIRE NAVY; EMY OFF MOUNTAINS Lid 's Off! Army lien Get Mtovies URTLESI Army and navy men of good health TE will not find it necessary to spend this week end in Ypsilanti, if the ting plans of the War Camp community; service work out as anticipated. A program of movies and music ...…

November 02, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 28) • Page Image 2

…NUmU IUlL lIEl IU tII S. A. T. C. MAN SAYS DYSPEPSIA MAY BECOME COMMON IN TJIo ,men I ting except Monday ar by the Board in cations. 'SOCIATED PRESS is exclusively entitled tion of all newsdis- not otherwise credited the local news pub- Dean Myra B. Jordan will be at home to college women from 3 to 5 CORPS. EY at Ann Arbor, not to exceed 300 words, ature not necessarily to ap- as an evidence of faith, and will be published in The etio...…

November 02, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 28) • Page Image 3

…I }ltra1mural ~I TEST OF of the first string line men. For the first time, the Chicago formations were put into running light againvt the Varsity. The scrubs used them almost exclusively, netting good gains toward the first of the play. Later, however, the line of the Varsity with- stood the puzzling Chicago style of attack. Heretofore, the scrubs have been going through the Maroon formations at a slow pace, that the Michigan mentor might ...…

November 02, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 28) • Page Image 4

…to Lieut. L. R. Conway, rifle work here, the old ard rifle range on Pack- being made over for the . A. T. C. The range is ut two and one-half miles ity on Packard street. It completion, he says, and y .for use in a short time. enough to accommodate Jng necessary to train the make them familiar with hie rifle. will shoot from trenches by the engineers. These e constructed along the es no'w being used in France. The work on the trenches will st...…

November 03, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 29) • Page Image 1

…L air A ,I3at ASSOCIATE PRESS DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE No. 29, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1918 PRICE THREE t -. r TEN BEGINS SON WITHOUT IV ERINE GAME N OF NORTHWEST- E KEEPS MA1ZE BLUE OUT )ONS FALL VICTIM ENGINEER ELEVEN y for Michigan to Win from o ns to Uphold Stndlng in Conference SELECTED O. T. C. MEN AWAIT ORDERS Nothing definite can yet* be said about the time when the next detach- ment of S. A. T. C. men sele...…

November 03, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 29) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ,EWSPAPER AT THE; ITY OF MICHIGAN y morning except Monday xiy year by the Board in it Publications. 'HE ASSOCIATED PRESS Press is exclusively entitled epublication of all news dis- o it or not otherwise credited d also the local news pub. gestive tracts are reported ruined be- yond repair appear to be rather husky dyspeptics. Lered at. the postoffice at Ann Arbor, gaI; as aecond class matter. sriptions by carrier or mail,...…

November 03, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 29) • Page Image 3

…T]iE MICHIGAN DAILY {ItIIIli lilifnillIlltiilil1iffli ililiil t Il SPORTS Intramural Your Fall Si Military Service Kits will give you that I I Army Men You'll Need These Cases .. . * 1111i1Ji11iilifliiiJiiUililNiiliiliflifiliiiitiiiitliiiigiiiiifiifiiliiilili VARSITY SCRIMMAGES SCRUBS FOR LAST TIME STEKETEE PLACE KICKS OVAL FOR FIFTY YARDS OR MORE For the last time this season the Varsity was pitted against the scrubs, yesterday aft...…

November 03, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 29) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ats and Aprons, Lab. Cushing's Guaranteed Fountain rons at Cushing's-Adv. Pens are the best.-Adv. of the University of Michigan are cordially invited to inspect our new line of FALL SUITS and. TOP COATS materials, newest models, newest colorings, lowest prices and oHC )oes SHE Like Candy I We pack our olhn boxes of Iichigan Chocolates, U. oM. 71lk Chocolates PLANS FOR UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN MADE (Continued from Pa...…

November 05, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 30) • Page Image 1

…GHTLY Rt r 4iv op r t # a ASSOC' 4::)a tjPR! DAY AND N] SERI~ >. 30. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1918. PRICE '' Georgette C r ep e ,,,.,,., Dmims Union Door I 1 L ESENTATIVES HOLD MEET- ING AT LANE HALL TA FOR STUDENTS LIVE S E T AT $40,000 ames Taylor Makes Stirring Appeal in Behalf of Organizations s for the United War Work ign which will begin Monday, 1, were begun Sunday after- when the committees for or- ig th...…

November 05, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 30) • Page Image 2

…>APER AT THE F MICHIGAN ning except Monday ear by the Board in THE ASSOCIATED PRESS d Press is exclusively entitled republication of all news dis- to it or not otherwise credited and also the local news pub- he postoffice at Ann Arbor, cond class matter. by carrier or mail, $3.50. Arbor Press Building. ness, 96o; Editorial, a414. ns not to exceed 300 words, gature not necessarily to ap- ut as an evidence of faith, and ts will be published in ...…

November 05, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 30) • Page Image 3

… g aTe TS Intramuralj k Harry Hammond, brother to Tom, and right end of the famous eleven is stilllin the states, but is head over heels in work in shipbuilding att Phil- E adelphia. Garrels, the left end, and toe artist of the day is closest to Ann Arbor being a chemical engine" with the Solvay Process company of De- st Discovers Most of His Star troit. He outkicked Eckersall of the iders in Service of Uncle Maroons, who is at present the...…

November 05, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 30) • Page Image 4

… TE ARMIES! (Continued from Page One) arritory within the orders of her em- ire, where the war began, surrender- Ug all of Itala-Riredemta and there- y losing any advantage for argument ver boundaries around a peace table. War Council Signs Terms Washington, Nov. 4. - Terms upon rhich Germany may obtain an immed- "te armistice and end the war were ompleted and signed today in Paris. ecretary Lansing announced this fact tnight in a brief state...…

November 06, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 31) • Page Image 1

…UDY; PROBABLY SHOWERS 1 00e, Ilk 4b fIaiIx ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WI] SEARVCE X. No. 31 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1918. PRICE THREE PEACE TERMS READY FOR HUN; EP NCEAU GREESI WITH WILSON LY FOR E ARMIES UND ALL ) PUBLISH REPLY SOON Acceptance ader of Autocracy shington, Nov. 5.-Marshal Foch lhe terms of armistice for Ger- and awaits application for them e German military command in eld. government at Berl...…

November 06, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 31) • Page Image 2

… rniqigau iallj L NEWSPAPER AT THE ERSITY OF MICHIGAN every morning except Monday niversity year by the Board in tudent Publications. )F THE ASSOCIATED3 PRESS iated Press is exclusively entitled or republication of all news dis- ted to it or not otherwise credited .r and also the local news =pub- t the postoffice at Ann Arbor, second class matter. ns by carrier or mail, $3.50. nn Arbor Press Building. usiness, 96o; Editorial, 2414. ations not...…

November 06, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 31) • Page Image 3

…MICIiJON - A!L S F~R''S '.Intramural ll11111111111111lii 1111111111111.11111#11#1lft111111111111111111111111111111 ff1111111 lii111#11111111111111 i IIrn MICHIGAN TEAM TOI BE PICKED TODAYI __ GIS TEAM NEW OTA Of TRICK PLAS D PRACTICE HANDED. COACH TO ELEVEN LAST NIGHT BY Again, Coach Yost put his fighting >otball team through another two ours of secret practice, in prepar- ion for the Chicago battle, of the >ming Saturday, last evenin...…

November 06, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 31) • Page Image 4

…12 1Ld 1- ..... Y WITH REQUEST TO I K INFLUENZA MASKS t made to the students aembers for the return of s being only fairly well h. The boxes that were main walks of the cam- no means being filled. ty health physician says of the masks returned is red to the number which it. A large amount is ex- and if the students look vhen they enter the cam- ptacles in which to throw ay be.seen. ge or reclaiming is one of the many goods brought about ...…

November 07, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 32) • Page Image 1

…trZn' &fl4 i ~ i I; [PRESS DAY AND NIGHT' SERVICE I s ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY,..NOVEMBER 7, 1918. PRICE T wt J E WNS UE Nhrs.IBasil Clark TOSpeak Thiday iN SENA E A D HO SE1 Mrs Bsil Clark, a Kentucky wo- ' man, active in w a work both here tabroad, will speak at 8 o'clock 15,000 M JO ITY IN lOH o atH31adtrmPeiu to hrhusband's ahi. 94 is EP DE IG CH CKEDCak lived in Li'verpoi/I ijl dn a.she Sp EPIDEMIC CHECKED has also lived...…

November 07, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 32) • Page Image 2

…NWSP'APRJI1AT THEn RSITY OF MICHIGAN very morning except Monday versity year by the Board in dent Publications." rTHE ASSOCIATED PRESS ted Press is exclusively entitled republication of all news dis-< d to it or not otherwise credited and also the local news pub- the postoffice at Ann Arbor, econd class matter. sby carrier or mail, $.o. events will be published in Tne e- discretion of the Editor, if left Sto the office. communications will re...…

November 07, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 32) • Page Image 3

…I Intramural j 'U - (Continued from '- iKrmde is another uj mnore' so than the bij back. His is probabl ' carious position on1 'very unusual that Co pick a totally green n pos~aition in the bigg4 season. It proves $;i ability. Never has k gam~e of college fool Saturday to be the,- 1 football career. Ask Varsity baseball teary he demonstrated his clever at- handling tl optionally good at' 'cat is because of these tw~ ability to use his head ...…

November 07, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 32) • Page Image 4

… .1 CLOSE ed from Page One) eld by a Republican, and s had been elected to Id by Democrats. at hand the house fig- epublicans, 229; Demo- ocialists, 1; doubtful, 9. 218. In the senate the ed Republicans, 47; Dem- al overturning, which he Democrats control of oreshadows upheaval in lative affairs. Represen- of Illinois, the Republi- ould, on the basis of his the logical candidate of for the speakership, and -e Kitchin, of North Car- e Democrat...…

November 07, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 32) • Page Image 5

…Itra I I A 'i4wu jUat4lF DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE Ac No. 32. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1918. PRICE FIV tiIitmes Cease at 2 Today; Yank Troops Capture Seda Nov. 7.-Armistice terms have been signed between the Allies and Germany, according to an announcement i ing, and received by the Detroit Times. Hostilities will cease on all fronts at 2 o'clock this afternoon. (By the Associated Press) on, Nov. 7 (2 P. ...…

November 07, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 32) • Page Image 8

…Wiasil Clark Speak lriday sil Clark, a Kentucky wo- ve in war work both here id, will speak at 8 o'clock Hill auditorium. Previous sband's death in 1914, Mrs. d in Liverpool, London. She lived in Germany and four Brussels. rar was declared Mrs. Clark house as a Red Cross sta- devoted her time to war hile living in Belgium she German army march into where she lived for two ler German rule. She will everity of this military dis- rageard to the t...…

November 08, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 33) • Page Image 1

…c r frigan :4Iat ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WI! SERVICE GER ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1918. PRICE THREE I I A ION MAlKS WHIRLWIND. SRN, KEY Of DEFENSES; TS COMMUNICATION LINES II War bulin (By the Associated Press) Washington, Nov. 7. - American ES troops entered the historic city of Se- dan at 4' o'clock yesterday afternoon; S. A. T. C. WILL NOT CEASE TRAINING No word has been received tfrom Washington conc...…

November 08, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 33) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY I _. fFIC iAI NEWSPAPER AT TE UIVtERSITY OF MICHIGAN ltaihed every morning except Monday rn the universit year by the Board in ~lWs 4Student lublications. On OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS # Assotited Press is exclusively entitled Cuse fr republication of all news dis- s cerveited to t r not otherwise credited ts..aer and also the local news pub- 'lerent., at the isto.offi tennEAbor, flf Yailed to thcreoffce. --sso nsictd commun...…

November 08, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 33) • Page Image 3

…4 DAILY __ ircoliegiate SPORTS Intramural The coming race will be run on the oval track around the football grid- iron at Ferry field. The time of the relay although not announced. will probably be between 4:30 and 6 o'clock to insure a sprinkle of spect- ators. year at the Methodist church at 7:30 o'clock tonight. All regular members, Cosmopolitan Club Ladies to meet prospective members, and th The ladies of the Cosmopolitan club of ...…

November 08, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 33) • Page Image 4

…___- - a rrwN U1 For Work Ti Atter The vo Y( War gars >. Can you imagine your son, your brother or your neighbor in France two years after the end of the great war? Letters from home come slowly and they are but a poor consolation at best for being away from home. There is nothing for them, now that the fighting has ceased, but the monotonous round of guard duty and drill, if you take away the theatres, the moving picture shows, the...…

November 08, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 33) • Page Image 5

…,AN DAILY . ' , f . FAIN HELPS In my flight from state to sta I find Murad everywhere! y. N WHY? 311 (K. of C.) and the Jew- re board. The K. of C. is old with the express pdr- [ding in maintaining the our troops at 'the highest .tch." Mr. Raymond B. Fos- rman of the war depart- emission on training camp says of the K. of C., "From al observation of the wiork d at home, I can most cor- orse it., The work of the directly related to the w...…

November 08, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 33) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY f NDCAMPUS HOLD IEACE CELERTION (Continued from Page One) street of Ann Arbor, the stores hurriedly decorated with bunt- nd the factory crowds lined up he sidewalks to cheer the good . By the time they returned to tarting point, everybody on the t knew what the noise was all and the excitement grew every te. ins Like Old Ann Arbor Again e news that all Detroit was cel- ing brought many automobiles service and the road to Yp...…

November 09, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 34) • Page Image 1

…Zrr A61F at r DAY AND N ) ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1918. PRICE ANS TAKE SAND HOUSE WOLVERINES LEAVE FOR MAONAM S. A. T. C.HAS NEW CASE ONE OF FLU (By the Associated Press) Washington, Nov. 8.-A Republican majority in the next congress of at least two in the senate and not less than 43 in the house was assured to- day from the returns of the scatter- AN ing doubtful districts of last Tues- day's elections. Word ...…

November 09, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 34) • Page Image 2

…I' '5 FOOD RIOT SHOW &ICIIItGAIN except Monday by the Board in LE ASSOCIATED PRESS Press is exclusively entitled ublication of all news dis- it or not otherwise credited also the local news pub- postoflice at Ann Arbor, d. class matter. carrier or mail, $3.50. or Press Building. s, 96o; Editorial, 2414. not to exceed Soo words, iture not necessarily to ap- as an evidence of faith, and will be published in The etion of the Editor, if left of...…

November 09, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 34) • Page Image 3

…VARSITY MADE UP rom EVERY SERVICE [late SPORTS Intramural Readquarters Gives no Word on Corps No information has yet been re- ceived from the central army head- quarters at Chicago, regarding the in- duction of the engineer's reserve corps into the S. A. T. C. Nothing definite can be done until proper or- ders come through military chan- nels. The grades of engineering for the past five weeks are 1 ported to Secretary Hopkin This system i...…

November 09, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 34) • Page Image 4

… For Work Two, Years After The w a Can you imagine your son, your brother or your neighbor in France two years after the end of the great war? Letters from home come slowly and they are but a poor consolation at best for being away from home. There is nothing for them, now that the fighting has ceased, but the monotonous i. round of guard duty and drill, if you take away the theatres, the moving picture shows, the ath- letic tourna...…

November 09, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 34) • Page Image 5

…- i A LAN TO AID MAIMED SOLDIERS~ NDSAILORS RTY AroadeTi IU 1 "Attention." The lieutenant brought i his command to a. halt, and for five minutes they remained the center of the public eye while the C. O. proceed- ed to look them over at his leisure. r, t r U. S. EMPLOYMENT SERVICE PROVIDE REMUNERATIVE a POSITIONS TO MEN TOI The following casualties are report- ed today by the commanding general of the American Expeditionary Forc- es:...…

November 09, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 34) • Page Image 6

…vised late today of the reception of the Germans at 10:35 o'clock in the morning and its result. Secretary Lansing immediately made the news public when it was received. Subse- quent unofficial reports of the move- I d from Page One) ig committee of the So- nsidered the entire pol- and its solution were e decisions of an ulti- Philip Scheidenann, er of the German cab- faximillian. he decisions: e right of public as- d: The military and po...…

November 09, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 34) • Page Image 7

…Ae iitAprl4ir t 7471 attij ASSOCIATE PRESS DAY AND NIGHT ' SERVICE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1918. PRICE y r vernment Formed--Kaiser 0 (By Associated Press) [ov. 9, 7:10 P. M.-A German wireless message received here this afternoon says: Daden has issued the following decree: "The kaiser has decided to renounce his in office until the questions connected with the abdication, the renouncing by the pire and of Prussia and...…

November 09, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 34) • Page Image 10

…NG6 STATEMENI ued from Page One) ging committee of the S considered the entire pc on and its solution we the decisions of an u) ch Philip Scheidenan mnber of the German ca Maximillian. the decisions: Phe right of public a The military and poll ered to exercise great r The immediate tran the Prussia governme nity with the views in the reichstag. Greater Socialist infli reichstag. e abdication of the eo .e renunciation of tl rince." ial chancell...…

November 10, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 35) • Page Image 1

…E WEATHER MOBABLY RAIN AND COOLER S~r Mit ij~twn 4:3attA&V x ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WIRE SERVICE 1 . No 35. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1918. PRICE THREE C ICHIGAN AVENGES1905DEFEAT;WINS 13 TO VICTORYfROM CHICAGOTEAM; STEKETEE'S KICKING FEATURE OF GAME CAGO'S TERRITORY SEES MOST OF YESTERDAY'S BATTLE ETZ RUNS 50 YARDS I'm OR FIRST TOUCHDOWN ne Is Largely a Punting Contest Between Steketee and Elton Stek Wins :a...…

November 10, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 35) • Page Image 2

…HE MICHT GAN DAILY NEWSPAPER AT THE l RSITY OF MICHIGAN very morning except Monday iversity year by the Board in dent Publications. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS :ed Press is exclusively entitled republication of all news dis- d to it or not otherwise credited and also the local news pub-i the postoffice at Ann Arbor,I econd class matter. s by carrier or- mail, $3.50. iArbor Press Building. iness, 960; Editorial, 2414. ions not to exceed 300 words, ...…

November 10, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 35) • Page Image 3

… - - , \ _ -- __ 7-; I A ,m U 1905 SN UT-OUT (Continued from page one) Ls misfortune brought the Chi- team back on its feet. They now a to fight, and Michigan earned yard they made from then un- e end of the game. The remain- f the first quarter, the whole of econd, and the majority of the , saw the game on practically qual footing, not counting the score. However, during no time ;he Wolverine goal in danger nor here much of the game p...…

November 10, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 35) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUN v HEATERS * D MONDAY * * hy Gish in "The * * Moore in "Just * "Smiling Bill" * s of a Feather." * red Harris in * I the Woman." * * ALPHA NU DEBATING SOCIETY HOLDS MEETING AND ELECTION Alpha Nu Debating society met yes- terday afternoon. The question, "Re- solved that a commercial boycott be imposed on Germany after the war," was debated. E. 0. Brinkman, '20, defended the affirmative, while S. L. Kennedy, '22, argued...…

November 10, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 35) • Page Image 5

…T1IE MICHIGAN DAILY ON EX-EMPEROR. ED AS THAN MARTYR INSTIgATOR STRIFE RATHER OF dream of world dominion obsess- the mind of Emperor William nged the world into war. Upon and the tremendous military eng- of destruction of which he was embodiment, the, exponent, and leader, rests the responsibility 'of berately planning and bringing ut the greatest conflict the world ever seen. did not matter to the world that emperor's personal share in t...…

November 10, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 35) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUr AT THE WHITNEY Richard Carle in "Furs and Frills," announced as the attraction for the iitney on Sunday, Nov. 17. Mr.' rle has a role which shows him in ghtly different lines from any here- ore essayed by him and he is prov- an even greater laughing suc-. s than ever before. There is plen- of good sparkling comedy, a typical rle beauty chorus, tuneful music, 1 attractive costumes. A brilliant st of 50 entertainers will ...…

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