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ST ROOM
has provided a rest roomf
furnished, well lighted, ar
.s for writing or studying,
azines and newspapers. Vi;

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: PRIYILE0SS oFflWMEN
or IN UNION PRESCRIBED
as! Priv~ileges of women. In the Union
sit building are provided in the. new rules
as follows:
Women escorted at the time by a
member of the Union, or by a guest
Ncti or the holder of an admission card,
leave by the north entrance.
Admitedto Certain Parts
IExcept on special occasions under
directions of the house committee,
raynard wonmen will be admitted only to cer-
tain parts of the building, viz.: the
''north entrance on the main floor, the
adjoining waiting room and the wom-
en's dining room. On dance nights,
the' elevator, reception room,assembly
hall, and connecting corridor will be
open to women.
lga1eu1- 1 Must Remove Rats
)ne to I Women shallh remove 'their hats at
dances in the building.
Dining rooms 316 and 318 on the
ppoint. third floor are set aside -on special oe-
casionis for use by parties which in..
elude women,

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NOTICE
Sitting for Mlchi
' sian made from(
Eight P. M

The Women's league will eatertiIn~
jwith a play, tea, and dancing, at ,
o'clock this afternoon in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall.
There will be no ,volunteer social
service work at the University hospital
until further notice due to the quar-
antine now on.
Girls' Reserve club meetings at the
city Y. W. C. A. will be held as usual.
The board of representatives of the
Women's league will meet at 9 o'clock
Saturday morning in Barbour gym-
nasium. The president requests that
the members send substitutes aif, not
able to attend in person, as the, meet-
ing is important.
All girls writing music for the",Jun-
dior Girls' play must hand! in manu-
scripts to Mrs. Bacher at the Univer-
sity School of Music by Friday night,
unless arrangements have been made,
for an extension of time. MTs. Bacher
will be in her office from 3 until 5
to'clock Thursday and Friday after'-
uoons.
Try-outs for the Junior Girls' play
will, be held at 3 o'clock Friday aft-
ernoon and at 9 o'clock Saturday
morning in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
The commnittee urges all juniors to'
come out, for a great deal of dramatic
material will be needed.
Members of the vocational confer-
ence committee of the Women's league
are asked by the chairman to attend
a meeting at..3 o'clock Friday after-
noon, in Barbotir gymnasium.

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,of her health, and will be gone at ! Sc
least a year. Miss Sweeney is a' mem-
ber. of the Girls' Engineering soity
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Tom Moore
"TOBY'S BOW"

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ONION ANNEX
;e Men-andWoe

MMay Shew Women Rullding
Between the, hours of 10:30 and 12
o'clock on Saturday mornings women,
escorted by members or guests, may be
shown through all of the building, ex-
cept the., swim'ming pool. 'Members
accompanied by non-resident women
will, on 'application at the main desk,
be 'pex'mtted,,to escort; such, women
through thie .lhul~ding between 10:30
o'clock and 'noon on other days of the
week.
A noun-transferable .admission card,
good until the close' of the fiscal year.
is granted upon written application of
a member of the, Union to one of his
imnmediate' fa'mily,
Issue Temporai~y Card
An admission-~card, limited to one
week, but renewable at the discretion
of the house committee, may be issued
to a woman who. may be occupying
sleeping rooms in.1 the building, or to
One who resides, not 2 less than 30
miles from' Ann Arbor. The admis-
sion card of any woman who shall re-
peatedly violate, the rules may be can.
celled at the discretion of the house
committee. .
Sleeplag Quarters Rese~ed
The fourth floor of ..the building is
devoted to. sleeping room and is so
arranged that a few of those rooms,
which may be segregated from the re-
mainder, may, on written application
of a member at the main desk, be en-
gaged for' use by married couples or
Ewomen only.
:A-"member of the Union may, for a
3im ~ti n ti'age a room for him-
' self and"wife, _ or .for, bis father and
mother, his mother,'br~is mother and
sister; and a' student member may eni-
gage a ronoi for his father and moth-
er;: his mother, or b~s sister and
muother.
' ANN ARBOR HIGH SCHOOL TO
RAVE GIRLS' RESERVE CLUBS

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Miss Grace Greenwood
before the Jimnior College
Friday in D~trolk.

Strange what direction 4orne pe'ople's ambition
takes. Tom Blake's first book caused a sensations.
But he wouldn't write another one. UHe was too. busy
trying' to make Toby, the dusky-hued servant, .bow to
him-that was the pinnacle of his ambition. No, lie
a: wasn't Qut of his senses either. A girl?, Now you've
a guessed it. But what connection wa~s there between
a girl. andi a servant's bow Sounds' interesting,'
doesn't it?
Well, It IS Interesting. Dart Miss Itl
TOMORROW
.ALICE JOYCE'
"The Vengeance of

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will speak
Girls' club
left Thurs-
on account

COMMENCING SUNDAY
Douglas Fairbanks
'IN -
"When The Clouds Roll l

(RETURJi DATE)

Delight Sweeney; '20A,
day for Douglas, Arizona,

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5 P. M. TODAY

ACTIONS
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Price Inc(
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The w -
R TI S I N 0GI {girls' Reserve clubs are to be 'or-
ganized this jweek in the Ann, Arbor
FORl RENT .high school. These clubs are under
- . I'the auspices of the city Y. W. C. A.
Dol- FOR RENT-Suite of two rooms for' University' Y. W. C. A. women who
up rent immediately, $8. Fireplace in have, taken a special, course in the
to study. Good' heat and light.. 429 S. work. are the leaders.
Car Division. Phone 1741-R. Clubs have already been organized
em- In the grades and are doing their

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FORu. RElN-Two student rooms. MaY'
be equipped to accommodate either
one or two students. $4.00 per week.
303 E. Ann St.
t!'Ot RENT-Modern suite, conveni-
ently located opposite Engineering
,Bldg. 1020 S University
FOR RENT--One single room.. Plenty
light and heat. 431 E. University.,
Phione 1478-W.

share in Y. W. C. A. work in the city.
'WOMIEN'S .LXAGUE PARTY TO
FEATURE VAUDEVILLE SKITS
Four , vaudeville acts will be given
at 4 o'clock this -'afternoon at the
Women's ldague party, in Sarah Cat..
well Angel hall. A stunt will be givr-
en by the Chii Omega sorority and
KXappa Kappa Gamma girls will give
two short sketches and a dance.
Tea will be 'served after th~e show
and Phil Diamond's orchestra will
play' for dancing.

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OR RENT- Good room, 100
from. campus. 220 S. Ingals.

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MISCELLANEOUS

REWARD-Five dollars reward~ for SaaE.Ke,'9toTaher
information leaning to' the recov- SrhE en 1,,oTahHr
ery of' my collie dog. He is egh Sarah E. Keen, '19, of Jackson has.
months old, buff color and answers been engaged by the board 'of educa-
to the name of Yankee. Phone Mil- tion. of the Ann Arbor schools to take
ter, 2497 j charge of =the open air work in the
__________________________Tappan school building.
MISCELLANEOUS-Will person who Prior to taking her degree at the
tookdar gren vercat romtheUniversity, Miss Kebn acted as prin-
-r ion Saturday night please return~ cipal of the Kalkaska normal school
'the same to the Union des?.,'and for three 'years was principal "of'
the Menoininee county normal.,

Haunfsd Bedroi

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pry desir- i}
h. to ord-
es Road.

Sherlock Holmes, Liqum and
Burns, great man-bounds a 1 1
trailer MEN of fle b, and
blood,

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LOST AND )FOUND "
__________________Dorrance, '18E, Weds Bernie Updike
-PhiDelt Phipin nsetwith William. H. Dorrance, '19E, was, mar-
fe 'chip diamonds. Finder no Afy ned to Bernie Updike, ex-'20, Jfan.
1Danforth. 502 E. Yadi: Cn St. 3 in the Forest Avenue Presbyterian
receive reward. church, Detroit. Dorrance is a mnem-
_______________ber of -Theta Chii fraternity and Mrs.
-Silver pencil with initials B. Dorrance belongs to Caryatides.
,.,engraved on same. Return to MISCELLANEOUS
A, Daily office. Reward. ________________
,-.-~ jMISCELLANEOUS-Party whxo took
-Small gold wrist watch be-~ coat from Carnegie library on Jan.
n 545 Thompson and Library. '7, is known and if it is- not returned

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EXTRA ADDED "ATTRACTIONS

"THlE CITY DUDE"
A Briggs Comedy

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Next Sunday Mary PIpckford in "Hear

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