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January 11, 1920 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1920-01-11

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Cleo Murtland of the indus-
dugational department, will be
eaker at the annual vocational
nce to be held at 4 o'clock
ay afternoon in Barbour gym-
, according to announcement
at the meeting of the board of
,tatives of the Women's league
.ay. She will speak on "The
of Selecting Vocations."
revised house rules for women
w in- the hands of the printers
.11 be distributed next Wednes-
orning. In the main, they are
mne as formerly, but important
the changes are thefollowing:
aan girls are allowed no mid-
lates, They may have three
end dates with either girls or
Their .afternoon engagements
limited, but must end by the din-
ur. If a freshman girl is invited
r dinner she must be back by
ek, or the dinner will be count-
an evening engagement.
grand march. of the fancy dress
led by the board of directors,
at 8 o'clock Saturday evening.
will be a sfnall admission of 10
Anyone not in costume will be

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COMMITTEE
FEBRUARY GRADS

The appointment bureau announces
the following appointments of Feb-
ruary graduates:
Anna E. Kunert, English, Munising;
Dora C. Osterberg, history and Eng-
lish, Ionia; Marie M. Stolz, English,
Manchester; Vera M. Lane, English,
Dillon, Mont..; M. Helen Hughes, Eng-
lish and history, Alma; Elizabe'th
Mechem, '18, will teach English in
East Lansing.
Beginners Class. The next Begin-
ners -class to be held in the Michigan
Union Annex starts tomorrow. night
.at 7:15 o'clock. There are eight' les- .
sons in the Beginners course, meeting
Monday and 'Wednesday. The one-
step, fox trot, and waltz, and some
variations will be covered thorough-
ly. Those who have not already en-
rolled should be there at 7 o'clock
as the class will start promptly at
7 :15.-Qdv.

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She was an untamed waif of the mountains who could shoot straight. John
Fox's famous Kentucky romance of love and laughter provides an ideal vehicle
for "America's Sweetheart." There is action and thrills, too; in fact those who
have seen it say that it is better than "Daddy Long Legs" and "The-Hoodlum."
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Quarrys and
The Delta

IN AN ENTIRELY NEW COMEDY CREATION

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WANTED
r note-WANTED-Student with clean habits
outline to share room with sophomore.
Splendid room, block from campuq
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Dailyoffice.

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SHOWS START TODAY 1:30-3:00-4:30-7:00-8:30

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WANTED-Names of persons running
rooming houses who intend selling
out at end of present term. Address
Box' D, Daily.

Majestic presentation of this exceptional Photoplay includes a special musical
interpretation by an augmented orchestra under direction of Louis Killian.
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ae shell pin with
Barbara Baker,
lord ring, small
call H. Kelley,
ntain pen, 12:00
>r of Economics
k leather case.
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shoes, Thurs-
one 120.

WANTED-Advanced engineering stu-
dent for profitable week end em-
f'ployment. Major Carson. X19 Pack-
ard St.
(WANTED-Roommate, good room 100
yards from campus. 220 S.*Ingalls.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE--Apple wood very desir-
able for fireplaces. Leugth to ord-
er. 'H. L. Thornton, Geddes Road.
Phone 7136-F12.
FOR SALE - Upright Piano, newly
tuned and refinished. Excellent
condition. A, bargain. H. Seger
Slifer, 310 S. State St. Phone 889-J.

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The Kentucky "Shindig," the Ride of the Clansmen, Mary's First Day in School,
Mary and Her Pet Mule, the Laughable Love Scenes Down by the Old Mill
Stream.
Wednesday, Thursday, Bryant Washburn in"W hy Smith Left
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quire 109 N. In-

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