In Scene From
EANCE OF DURAND"
ith and deceive for revenge the man
ual role-as a blonde aid a Urunette.
- IN -
CLOVDS ROLL BY"
YOU FEAR OPALS?
pal ring causes cold shivers to dance from
e other and the sight of one of. the rainbow
immediate desire in your make-up to run a
larly happy if you suddenly discovered that
ed opals and insisted on that character of a
esent? This is but one of the hundred wor-
rbanks in this production.
arting at 1:30 3, 4:30, 7 and 8:30
'E RT IS I NG* -
There will be no volunteer social
service work at the' Ljniversity 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-
nasi~m. The president requests that
the members send substitutes if not
able to attend in person, as the meet-
ing is important.
Try outs for the Junior Girls play
will be held at oclock this
morning in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
The committee urges all juniors tol
come out, for a great deal of dramatic
material' will be needed.
More than 100 'women attended the
Womens league party yesterday aft
ernoonu,, The 'kappa Kappa Gamma
girls gave an operetta, "When the Ice
Marriage of William Coxson, '20M.
to Twila Haims, '19, has been announc-
ed. The wedding is reported to have
taken place last Nov. 22.
The firt series of the freshman girls
outdoor ,ports will be given' at 2
o'clock this afternoon in Barbour gym-
nasium foA the purpose of acquainting
freshman girls with each other.
TRYOUT FOR PLAY
Junior Girls' ,play tryouts in great
numbers "flitted" and sang before the
committee in Sarah Caswell Angell
hall Friday afternoon.
Prof. John R. Brumm states that this
years glass i unusually fortuate in
having excellent material both for
chorus and solo parts.
Girls who failed 'to tryout Friday
ujay report at 9 o'clock Saturday morn-
ing in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
$12,000 BUDGET ASSURES
RECORD SUM4ER SESSION
A budget appropriation of $125,000,
an increase of $53,000 over that of last
year, together with the steadily in-
creasing enrollment at each session,
promises to make the 1920 Summer
school the~"largest and mot su .ess-
ful in the history of the Univer ity.
The summer session has been gain-
ing rapidly in popularity\ during the
past few years. The enrollment at
Michigan gin the summer of 1919 was
1961, 50 per cent more than the year
before and 10 per cent more than any
previous summer. The same condition},
was noted throughout the country,
43,00 students being enrolled in 22
of the leading universities.
IRENE ELLIS, EX-'22, NOW
EDITOR OF COLLEGE PAPER
Irene Ellis, ex-22, who reported for
The Daily last year, is now editor of
"The Lake Erie Record,"'a publica-
tion which appears three timesa year
at Lake Erie College for Women,
Besides the usual stories and
poetry, separate departments are giv-
on to "Sports," "Music-Art-Drama,"
and .to their "Alumnae.' There is 'al-
so la section "Verging on Humor,"
and news of other colleges is# listed
under "The Sitchboard."
REV. J. M. ,WELLS ADDRESSES
MEETING OF CLUB LEADERS
The club of Girls' Reserve club lead--
ers Met. Thursday evening at New-
berry hall. World fellowship plans
for the club work this winter were
discussed and Rev. . M. Wells gave
a talk on "Religious Education" At
the close of the meeting Miss Doris
Wardner, of the physical education
department of the University, play-
ed games with the girls.
ALUMNAE RESIDENCE BOARD
TO MEET SATURDAY MORNING
A meeting of the Board of Govern-
ors of Alumnae Residence will be
held at 10 o'clock on 'Saturday morn-
ing. Mrs. William 13. Cady, of De-
troit, Mrs. Leslie C. French, of Tole-
do, Mrs. Stuart Baits (f Detroit, Mrs.
Joseph M. Markley,,of Ann Arbor, and
Dean Myra B. Jordan will be present.
A Mountain Girl Afraid of
"Nobody Nor Nbthing"
Nia r y
America's. Sweetheart in John Fox Jr's. Famous Story of Kentucky
.. ,. a .
"0EAIT ' THE HILLS"
LAUGHS-- Long and Lingering
THRILLS-- Tense and Tingling
od very desir-
meugth ta nrd-
ew electric stu-
brass finish with
it $3.50, will sell
3-W 303 E. Ann
ht Piano, newly'
,ain. H. Seger
3t. Phone 889-J.
WANTED-Names of persons running
rooming houses who intend selling
out at end of present term. Address:
Box D, Daily.
WANTED-Student girl to do ho'use-
work in faculty member's family for
room. Call at 1116 White St.
WANTED - By graduate. student, a
single room,, south side of campus.
Address, R G C, Daily office.
WANTED-A roommate for a student.
*515 Monroe St.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-A large abalone shell pin with
silver setting. Call Barbara Baker,
2676. Reward. .
LOST-Fountain pen (without ZAp) on
State St., somewhere between Cath-
erine and Liberty Sts. Call 2516-W.
LOST-Gold faced round Gruen wrist
watch between Tappan Rd. and Un-
iversity Hall. Call 398.
REWARD-Five dollars reward for.
information leading to the recov-
ery of my collie 'dog. He is eight
months old, buff color bad answers
to the name of Yankee. Phone Mil-
MISCELuANEOUS-Will person who
took dark green overcoat from the
ULLon Saturday night please return
tne same to the Union desk.
FOUR DAYS--COMMENCING Tomorrqw
wo rooms for
light. 429 S.
is a genuine novelty. We have come to expect great things from
'Doug Fairbanks; we sometimes wonder where he -ran possibly get any
more new ideas from. Yet he comes along with a picture like this and
simply carries us off our feet. "When the Clouds Roll By" is so new nd
original in story and' action, so far away from anything that h"s been
attempted before, that we go on record now with the prediction that every
laugh-loving, thrilldoving man, woman and child in town will be talking
eabout Fairbanks and Pus picturA before the week is half over. a
ent rooms. May
$4.00 per week.
.e room. Plenty
I E. UAiversity.
oom, 100 yards
-rri i% -----
BOARD-$6.00 three meals,
out breakfast. 314 E.
W 326, Michigan Union. The constitution
lo, 1 and by-laws will be read, and arrange-
at, ments for a dance in the near future
m ill be made.
Sunday shows' commencing at 1:30 3, 4:30, 7 and 8:30
Adults 35c- Children 15c
DAILY 9 A.M. to 10 P.?
SUNDAY 2 to 5 P,?
725 S;5th Ave,