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artha Cook dormitory gave a cab-
, followed by "The Martha Cook
ies," at 6. o'clock Friday evening
onor of the four girls who are to
e at the end of the semester. Two
iese, Dora Osterberg, '20, and Del-
Gilbert, '20, will graduate.
wo girls dressed as ministrels, and
uiartet in fancy costumes, enter-
ed during dinner with songs and
ces. Take-off stunts of "Tulip
e," and other acts in the "Follies"
e then played in the blue room.
dumnus Here Over Week End
,mes Clark, '19, of Beloit, Wis-
in, is the guest of friends here
this week end.
ead the Mihiga DelW fa Catpma

Glad rags, tattered rags, and rags of
all descriptions were the costumes of
the guests at the Baptist Guild poverty
party Friday night. There were 30
present to participate in games and
"indoor sports" staged by the enter-
tainment committee.'{
Michigan Graduate Dies in Frisco
/ Dr. Benjamin P. Brodie, '82, Detroit
physician for more than a quarter
of a century, died suddenly in San
Francisco Friday. He was 61 yegrs
old.
Doctor Brodie received his A.B. de-
gree from Michigan in 1882. He was
formerly chief suregon for the De-
troit fire department, Detroit United
railway; and many other organiza-
tions.
Walter R. Curl wrote today's Ran-
dall Sudio ad.-Adv.

Follow The Diagonal Walk
Either Way To A Connor
Dealer
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CCE C REA
After A Class Period; It Is
Mighty Refreshing

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Week Starting
Sunday, January
Nights, 50e to $2
Matinees
Wed., 50c to $1.
Sat .40e to $L&

GEORGE BROADHURST

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Girls' Reserve club leaders are ask-
ed to take notice that the meeting to-
day will be' held at 2:30 o'clock at
the city Y. W. C. A. This is achange
from the usual time and p'lace of
meeting and it is especially requested
that all attend at the new place and
time.
All gymnasium classes will meet on
Monday as usual. '
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A number of University houses have
not yet sent in 'their reports on the
new house rules. These must be sent
in immediately to Sue Verlenden, '20,
1205 Hill street. No results can be
determined until all reports are i.
Senior society will meet at 7:30
o'clock Monday evening at Helen New-
berry residence.
Cast and 'chorus members of the
Junior Girls' play will have their first
rehearsal at 4 o'clock Monday after-
noon in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
All are requested to bring their fee
of $2 with them.
Cast and chorus members of the
Junior Girls' play will have their first
rehearsal at 4 o'clock Monday after-
noon in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
All are requested to bring their fee
of $2 with them.
Girls wh are willing to be junior
advisors during the coming semester
to the in-coming freshmen, and who
are not already advisors, are asked to
see Lois D Vries, '21, from 2 to 4
o'clock Monday at the Women's league
room in Barbour gymnasium.
There will be a mass meeting of
Girl Reserves at 4 o'clock Sunday aft-
ernoon at the Y. W. C. A. Miss Mary
Bosworthy national world fellowship
secretary of the Y. W. C. A., will speak
to the girls.
WOMEN MAKE U. S.
CLAIMS "Y" LEADER
"Tremendous opportunity but trem-
dous responsibility is offered to lead-
ing girls," said Miss Mary Bosworth,
national ' world fellowship secretary
of the Y. W. C. A., yesterday. "Very
little is being down in giving girls a
world vision. No matter who you are
or whatyou do, world vision makes
you b~tter fitted for your work. Un-
ited Ytates is one of the greatest na-
tions on earth. Why? Because her
women are right at the front. Wom-
en take the initiative, and wherever
women are down, or uneducated, the
nations is down. Chinese women are
restricted. That is why China as a
nation is down."
Miss Bosworth wishes to put her
messages through by attractive post-
,ers and suggestive pictures which
will appeal to all.
DEAN HINSDALE WILL GIVE'
THIRD TALK ABOUT DISEASE
Dean W. B. Hinsdale of the Hom-
oeopathic medical school will deliver
the third of his series of Sunday, aft-
ernoon lectures at 3 o'clock today in
the lecture room of the Homoeopathic
hospital. He has chosen as his sub-
ject "Predisposing and Determining
Causes of Disease."
While these lectures are intended
primarily for medical and premedi-
cal s4udents, any person Interested is
invited to attend.
Prof. Rufus Tells of Korea Work
Using observations gained while a
missionary in Korea as the basis of
his address, Prof. Carl W. Rufus, of

the astronomy department, spoke to
the members of the Student Volun-
teers' organization Saturday evening
in Lane hall. His subject concerned
"The Christian Missionary in Korea."
Australian Sheep Raisers to Migate
Grande Prairie, Alta., Jan. 24.-
Austalian sheep raisers are planning
ing to emigrate to the Grand Prairie,
district of Northern Alberta this
spring, according to information re-
ceived from Queensland by the local
board of trade.
Have those rooms cleaned 'nd re-
decorated for the J-Hop. Ca 1 1237
and the good will be delivered. C.
H. Major & Co-.Adv.

Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North UnIversity Ave.

The SWAIN do the work

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Truttle's
Lunches
Nunnally 's
Candy
Maynard St.
Comedy Club 's
"ALICE,
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uthor-J. M. Barrie
Cast-Capable'
Director-J. Raleigh Nels
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- eekStarting Si U E
Sunday, Jan. 25 ET R Ol 50c to $1.50
Nights, 50c to $2.50 Sat. Mat., c50 to $2
a N C A M F U 5
Arthur Hammerstein Presents
FRANK TINNEY ~
IN A MERRY MUSICAL
ROMANCE.
"SOME TIME"
=Bookand yrics by Rida Johnson Young
Music by Rudolph Nriml
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Courteous and satlsfactor,
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $550,000.04)
Resources..........$4,000,000.00

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tgai Daily.-Adv.

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For Satisfactory Amateur
Finishing leave your Films

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"THE WONDERFUL THING"
A Comedy-Drama of Power and Beauty
By MRS. LILLIAN TRIMBLE BRADLEY
erpreted by a notable cast, including Jeanne Eagles, rem

"SHOULD A WOMAN TELL?"

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ALICE LAKE
AND AN ALL-STAR CAST

beredc principally for her performances in
"Outcast" and "Daddies"

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QuamTi and
The Delta

LOST AND FOUND
-Friday A. M., in Law building
Natural Science building, brown
et hand bag, containing smaller
e with gold watch marked M.
[. and money, silver powder box,
Reward. M. A. Miller, 428 S.
n. Phone 1465-M.
-Wednesday, a. m., a necklace
tver chain and blue 'beads,
vhere on Main St., or between
and 24 Olivia Ave. Reward.
246 or 58.
-A gold fountain pen between
Hall and U-Hall. Please re-
rn to 1414 Washtenaw. Re-
-Small Leather notebook, with
Young on outside cover. Find-
ease return to 408 E. Jeffer-
-In U-Hall Friday afternoon,
coin purse containing money
wner's card. Return to Daily
-A gold fountain pen between
Hall and U-Hall. Please re-
to 1414 Washtenaw. Reward.

WANTED
WANTED - Single room by fresh-
medic; room should be ready Feb.
4th. Few other students, if any to
be in the house. Care Box B. F.,
Daily.
WANTED-A few ladies for figuring,
a few hours each day. Apply at of-
fice, rear of second floor, Mach &
Co.
WANTED - Experienced fraternity
porter. Single preferred. Reference
required. Apply Box F. P., Daily.
WANTED - Second semester, small
furnished apartment or light house-
keeping rooms. Call Mrs. Fox, 885-M.
'WANTED-Three more boys to eat
home cooked meals at 514 E. Jef-
ferson. Rate $7.00 per week.
WANTED-J-Hop tilcket. Please call
1808-M after 7 o'clock evenings.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Plain bobs for coatsting.
Can be seen at 828 Brookwood
Place. Price $10.00. Phone 2379-M.
FOR SALE-Selected apple wood for
fireplace. .H. L. Thornton. Phone
7136-F12.
MISCELLANEOUS
MISCELLANEOUS-A woman of ex-
perience (white) would like to take
entire charge of dining room and
kitchen in some reliable Fraternity
house. Satisfactory references guar-
anteed. Apply to Box Z, Daily.

lce Lake mi Mould.a, Woma & ,:'
NOT ONLY MIGHT SHE LOSE HIM by her confession of the past he never dreamed existed, but the revelation
would hurt him, destroy forever Albert's belief in the goodness of women, in life itself. Yet Meta's conscience
told her there was but one thing to do; to tell; and then accept the inevitable. Still to lose him-she could not

decide, though she knew she must.

See how she solves this dilemma-you will never guess the outcome!

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THE DRAMATIC MIRROR SAYS OF ALICE LAKE-
It is good to get a chance at these new people on Broadway. We have been having
too much sameness in stars; a round of the old faces. It is refreshing to see some one
do things a little bit different from what we are used to. Alice Lake is certainly a
personality to be watched. She has a charm that almost defies cataloging, but it is
there. In some poses she1 is beautiful in the extreme.
DON'T MISS THIS PICTURE-LET'S 601
TUESDAY-Return Date
MAY ALLISON in "FAIR AND WARMER"

Gilberts and Webers Chocolates in
any size for Xmas at CUSHING'S
PHARMACY.-Adv.

(OMING-NORMA TALMADGE in "SHE LOVES AND LIES"

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FIRS BATIST CHURCH
10:30AM, "SUCCESS inRELIOUSEDUCATION'
of Mass. will give L E TURES 6:30 P.M. "BETTER CROP OF BOYS AND 8111L3"

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