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TUESDAY
3:00-4unior lits meet in University
Hall.
3:00' - Tryouts for Girls' Mandolin
club in Cosmopolitan club rooms,
University hall.
4:00-Senior lit invitation committee'
meets on third floor, Mason hall.
4:30-University Girls' Glee club prac-
tices in Barbour gymnasium.
6:00-Chimes dinner at the Union.
6:45-Boxing club meets in rooms at
Waterman gymnasium.
7:00-Union orchestra rehearsal, sets
ond floor of Union. ,
7:00 - Freshman band meets in Uni-
versity Hall.
7:15-St. Clair county students meet
to form Port Huron club, third'Rfoox
of Union.
7:15--Kentucky club meets at the
Union.
7:15 - Triangles meet in room 304,
k Union.
7:30 - Michigan Aeronautical club
meets on third floor of Union.
7:30-La Socledad Hispanica meets
in Tappan hall lecture room. Senor
fScatori will speak.
s 7:30-Adelphh ouse of Representa-
tives meets in rooms in University
hall.
7:30-Culver club smoker In room
318, Union.
7:30 - Round-Up club meets at the
Union.
7:30 - Feshman Mandolin club re-
hearsal ' Land lall.
WEDNESDAY
4:00-Wrestling tournament matches
in Waterman gymnasium.
7:00=Italian club meets In room 202.
"south xwing.
7:00 - Band rehearsal in University-
IHall.,
7:30-TIarine Corps club smoker In
room 316, Union.
7:30-Rocky Mountain club meets in
Lane hall. A committee from the
Western club will attend.
8:00-Kalamazoo Normal club meets
in Lane hall.
8:00-Mr. Lubin of the Economicq de-
partment will address the Intercol-
legiate Zionists in Lane hall.

7:00-Varsity Mandolin club practice
in University Hall.
S:30-Clasical club meets in room A,
Alumni Memorial hall.
8:00-Girls' Glee club concert in high
school auditorium.
.U-SOTICES'
l1r. Donnelly's Rhetoric 2 classes will
meet as follows: M, W, F, at 8 in
room 101 West hall; T, Th, S, at 8
in room 202, West hall; M, W, at 11,
Th, 7 p. m. in room A, Alumni Mem-
orial hall. 4 .
Tryouts for the Cercle Francais play
will be held at 7:30 o'clock tonight
in the society rooms, south wing of
University hall.
All eligible men may try out for the
University dlee, club from 4 to 5
o'clock today and from 5 to 6 o'clock
Wednesday in the School, of Music.
Soplh Prom tickets will be placed on
sale from 7:30 to 9:30 o'clock to-
night in the Union lobby.
Economics 36a will meet on Wednes-
day in room 104 Economics build-
ing at, 10 o'clock. "
Aeronautical Society to Meet Tonight
The Michigan Aeronautical society
will complete Fits organization tonight,
at 7:30 o'clock at a meeting to be
held on the thirst floor of the nion.
The constitutional committee has a
proposed constitution to present for
^onsideration at this meeting. It is
hoped that every man who has been
an army or navy aviator or is a stu-
dent of aeronautics in the Engineering
school will show his interest by be-
ing present.
Dean Effinger to Address Detroiters
Dean John R. Effinger will address
a luncheon of the University of Mich-
igan club of Detroit Wednesday noon
at the hotel Cadillac. The subject
of his address will be "The University
and the City." A report of the com-
mittee appointed by the president of"
the club to consider the athletic sit-
uation will be read for consideration
by members of the club.

Our Sprint
are here and ready for your in
at the prevailing prices of thr
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Twelve Teams Will Play in First dark horses.
Round of Court Game No class has ent
Any five men not c
Interclass basketball will start to- have the privilege
night when 12 teams meet for the Tonight's games
first clash. The remaining seven will 7 o'clock, the grad
play on Wednesday. All the teams mics- and the sopt
have had several practice games and' fresh lits; at 8 o'c
some fast contests are expected. Ev- vs. the junior engi
ery team will play at least two games ior lits vs. the s<
before being eliminated. 8:30 o'clock, the t
Many of the players have been on the architects and
the various fraternity, society, and de- vs. the foresters.
partment teams and are therefore in
good condition. Among the teams The Michigan D
which are known to have strong line- pus paper.=-Adv

It Will Pay You
to look them over and reserve-your choice Now-
up and held until you are ready-thus saving i
work when you want it--

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is that they -are made of 100%
pute Turkish tobacco-the world's
most famous tobacco for
cigarettes-and so conceded.
That is why -many manufacturers
boast of. even a dash of Turkish
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Greatest Woman"Picture Ever Filmed
The loves, temptations, yearnings of a modern woman's life-,
In drama that sways the senses with its beauty, stirs every emo-
tion with its power.
See the battle of Wealth and Passion-Amazing New Year's
Eve 'cafe carousals in New York's "Midnight Joy Belt"-Intimate
glimpses of the stage, and its hangers-on behind the scenes-The
great gambling palace, thronged with Fashion-Humor, pathos,
gorgeous spectacles-The most distinguished cast of principles yet
assembled in a screen production.
Don't miss the Revels at the Banquet of Wealth!
O Last Times Today
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