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History Classes Close
Term with Barbecue
Miss Laura B. Pfeiffer's upper
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Home Made Pie
P. D. Q. Service
HFN LYON, SAM HARDY, LYA JDE
PUTTI MARY BRIAN. IAN KEITH.
OLIVE TELL AND OTHERS.
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THURSj FRI. SAT.
ALL ORPHEUM CIRCUIT ACTS
The Wonder Act
lllnminatinn by Exide Accumulator
California' Cowboy Comedian
Nile & Mansfield
"THE MAN SAID "
Written br Claike & Davla
Staged by Jo Bennett
A Suburban Summer Evening
Welcome Return To Vaudeville
And HI Famou
America' Funnlet Quart itte
With Joe Jenny Himeolf
In Their Original
Babich and the Orchestra
PICTURE 2:30, T:00, 9:00
VAUD. 3:30. 8 00, J 0:00
Bearg Makes Plan$ for
Freshman Tennia Tourney
Coach Bearg in his search for fu
ture Varsity tennis material has
completed arrangements for a fresh
men tennis tournament whereby the
four best yearling net men will ba
decided and 1930 numerals given to
them. The decision will be based on
The men entered In the tournament
include, Robertson, Lewandowski,
Calvert, Rood, Whistler, and McKin.
So far only two matches have been
played, Calvert defeating-Rood, 7-6,
9-7, and Robertson, 6-1, 6-4.
A. G.R. GOES INTO FINALS
Alpha Gamma Rho Baseball Team
Defeat Kappa Sig'e 7 to 4
The Alpha Gamma Rho baseball
team fought their way into the finals
rhe Pierre Watkin Playera
(22ND BIG WEEK)
THE NEW, INGENIOUS COMEDY
Mid Night Show
Thurs., May 26, 11:30
ALL THIS WEEK
ON THE SCREEN
One hour of thrill and romance, on
hour of entrancing entertainment.
A magnificent production with
Billie Dove and Ben Lyon
Comedy, Travelogu and
New Picture Showing
Thrilling departure from
NEW YORK TO PARIS FLIGHT
Offering original story song
RAMON RINGO, Piano Virtuoso
Joe Wong Young
BEAVER and the BOYS
SHOWS AT 2:45, 7:00, 9:00
A Monster Program of
Vaudeville & Music
All Seats Reserved
SEATS NOW ON SALE SOe
yesterday afternoon by defeating the
Kappa Sigs 7 to 4 in a game that was
closely contested at all times. Eck
strom was forced to replace Lowe on
the mound in the last of the sixth in
ning. The A. G. Rs. will meet Pi
Kappa Phi's Saturday to decide the
interfraternity baseball champion
Lineup is as follows:
A. G. R. AB H R
Danekas, lb 4 11
Hart man, p 4 10
Stone, cf 4 11
Presnell, ss 4 3.1
Booth, 2b 4 1 1
Bauer, c 3 1 0
Brown, If 3 1 0
Rasmussen, 3b 3 2 2
Belknap, rf 3 11
Kappa Sigma AB H R
Keyes, 3b 4 0 0
Roper, ss 3 3 3
Eckstrom, cf : 4 11
Ullstrom, lb 4 10
Othmer, c 3 2 0
Hoberg, rf 3 0 0
Peaker, cf 3 0 0
Krall, 2b 3 2 0
Lowe, p 3 0 0
Appear in Print
In Daily Maroon
Twenty-nine celebrities ranging
from criminal lawyers to moving pic
ture stars have contributed their
opinions and attitudes of college and
the college generation to the Daily
Maroon, the University of Chicago
student newspaper, which is publish-
ing a "Celebrities Number" on May
Clarence Darrow, criminal lawyer,
gives his view of the relationship of
colleges to crime; Robert R. Mc
Cormick, editor of the Chicago Trib
une and Elsie Janis, comedienne,
make the younger generation their
target. Cecil B. DeMille, producer,
Bebe Daniels, Paramount-Lasky star,
and "Buddy" Rogers, one of the col
lege men to achieve leading rank in
the movies, are representatives the
motion picture industry who have
Journalism is represented by four
of America's leading figures, Oswald
Garrisson Villard, new editor of the
Nation; William Allen White, editor
of the Emporia Gazette; Burton
Rascoe, columnist, and Walter G.
Bryan, former publisher of the At
lanta Georgian and the New York
American, and present head of the
BIG MID-NIGHT SHOW
Thursday, May 26, 11:30 50c
Seats on Sale Now SOc
For That Empty
Buy 'em by the sack
Shot Gun Service
114 12 St.
Walter G. Bryan organization.
From ranks of fiction writers there
are Frank Swinnerton; Zona Gale,
Edgar Rice Burroughs, Ellis Parker
Butler, Frank R. Adams, Maude Rad
ford Warren, and Percy Marks. Ba
bette Deutsch, George Dillon, and
Kenneth Fearing have also contrib
uted original poetry.
Among the leading artists who hava
made illustrations for the issue ate
John McCutcheon, cartoonist; C. Roy
Baldridge, and Frederick Dalyrimple.
The cover has been drawn by Boris
Dr. Harry Wilson of the philosophy
department of Syracuse University
recently declared that time (pent by
college students in "bull session" to
not wasted, but is of real value. He
estimated that an average of three
hours a day is spent by fraternity
men in such sessions.
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Take your noon lunch at
your Drug Store.
The Owl Pharmacy
148 No. 14. S. E. Cor. 14th P.
The Handy Place
Three doors south of UaL
BOX CANDY AND
16 & O B4423
For an Exclusive Lunch
where it is nice and cool.
Lunches & Fountain Ser
vice. A real place to take the
143 No. 12th
Try our Curb Service
THIS (jfjjgl WEEK
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Regal can duplicate any Style youll see anywhere at
any price, in this town or any other city from
New York to San Francisco.
v7e can do it for $6.60 in all Leathers and Styles.
The chances are the leathers are the same Imported
or Domestic Skins, and the Workmanship, Finish and
Fit are just as good as if you paid $8, $10 or $12.
What you can't see, we'll guarantee and no one else
can tell whether you pay $6.60 or twice $6.60, unless you
take off your shoes and show them an expensive label.
And who wants to pay that difference for this privilege?
From aUke- to Wane
Kcfd Factories Whitman, kfan.
RE GAL SHOE
By Mr. "Cush" Stryker
PHI DELTA THETA HOUSE
Trora Coatt to Coast
Stores in AH Principal Cities
in cash prizes
Delicious and Refreshing
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Have you seen the announcement
of the $30,000 Coca-Cola prize con
test out this month in the follow
The Saturday Evening Post. .May 7
Literary Digest May 14
Collier's Weekly. .May 21
Liberty May 14
Life May 5
Keep your eyei open to Coca-Cola adver
tising for the next three months in these
magazines, many newspapers, posters and
outdoor walls and signs; in the displays in
dealers' show windows and in soda fountain
and refreshment stand decorations.
Follow this contest and win a prize of rctl
The Coca-Cola Co- Atlanta, Oa.
for everry occasion
of gray stripes or pastel flannels, tub silks or crepes in all the dainty or
high colorings so popular for sports wear are here in our dress sections.
Sweaters and blazers with light colored skirts are also popular and are
available in all colors and styles.
of sheer georgettes, laces and flat crepes come in many shades and styles,
with pleating, shirring, tucking and drawnwork to add to their dainti
ness and smartness.
of chiffon, lace or georgette come in a great variety of ef
fects, both simple and elaborate in style.
choose taffetas, chiffon, geor gette, or crepe romiane and
are beaded, embroidered or t rimmed with flowers.
are very tailored, in one or two. piece styles and in dark or
neutral colorings. Fancy buckles, ornaments, tucking,
pleating and finely tailored finish contribute to their dis
VISIT OUR SPORTS AND DRESS SECTIONS
Prices range from 10.00 to 85.00
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