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TODAY AND TOMORROW
EADONNAS.

W1omen,
Masques' rehearsals for this week
will be as follows: At 3 o'clock Wed-
nesday and Thursday afternoons, Alg-
ernon, Jack, and Lane; at 4 o'clock
Thursday afternoon, Lady Bracknell
and Gwendolyn, at 2 o'clock Friday
afternoon,a Jack,, Algernon, and Lane;
at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon, Lady
Bracknell and Gwendolyn.. Act two
will begin rehearsing Monday.
Prof. DeWitt 1H. Parker, of the phil-
osophy department,' will address the
Girls' Educational club at 8 o'clock
Wednesday night at Helen Newberry
residence. All members are requested
to be ,present.
Light, special, and walking classes
should see Dr. Eloise Walker and re-
port at Barbour gymnasium before
Friday{ noon of this week.
Thursday gymnasium classes will
meet at Palmer field' and Friday class-
es will meet at Barbour gymnasium'.
Dormitories, sororities, and league
hnn ,~1d, ghn. fto enarftheaseball f1

tournament' should .sign up on the
Athletic association bulletin' board by
Wednesday, April 26.
A tea dance for the girls of. the
freshmian class will be held from 2 to
5 o'clock, Satuyday 'afternoon, April
23, at Martha Cook building.
Social service workers are needed
for~, work at the hospitals. Any girls
who wish to sign up for work may do
so any afternoon between, 2 and 5 at.
Newberry hall
CR.,FTSMEN'S CLUB. NOTICE
All members of the Craftsmen's
Club who intend to make the trip to
Detroit ,today are requested to be at
the. D. U. R. station in time to make
the 4:10 car. By order of the Prest-
dent. -Ad v.
S HU1 B ERT
FRANCES WHITE
IN TUE MUSICOMEDY
GARRICK
4VICENTE *LASCO IUANEZ
HORSEMEN
of THE APOCAL"YPSE

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"THE AKID"

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NCIENT ROME AND MODERN NEW YORK.
'HE SAME IN THEIR DESIRE FOR UNLAWFUL
,MUSEMENT.
VHY A NATION IS JUDGED BY' ITS TREAT-.
ENT OF WOMANHOOD IS SHOWN IN, THIS
.EMAR1RABLE PHOTOPLAY.

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-the screen's newest marvel.
-a wonderful 1romance of ,Mother-Right.
-the love of a womani endure through the ages, while the love
of a man is reckoned only in hours.
You'll see thousands of women ride barebacked into battle,,ciad
only As the Amazons of old.
You'll see the .barbaric beauties of pagan courts, and the life of
the men and women who rule today.
You'll see thousands of players in riots of splendor, beauty, love,
life, hate, trampling but never crushing the love-powrer of
M lother-Right.
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PRESENTING

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Soimrething too great for comparison'ztwith an ythi'ng
that has gone before.
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L A SS I F I ECOLUiMN
ADVERTISING IAT 3 P.M.

This is Our, Guarantee:, "Man -Woman,- Marriage" is
anything that has gone before.

beyond, comparison with

WANTED
- Students who desire a
4 paying and attractive prp-
for the summer months and
)ines are in Michigan should
Lampe at the Allenel Hotel
iesday, Thursday, or Friday
veek. 135-3
- By a student a quiet,
3om near campus. Address
., Daily. 135-2
-Small1 suite of rooms for
usekeeping near campus.
.Daily. 135-1
- Competent cellist. 'Call
or at 2010. 135-2
,OST AND FOUND
en face gold Elgin watch,
April 10. Reward. Call
134-3f
rge engineering note-book,

LOST AND~ FOUND
LOST-A pair of tOrtoise shell spec-
tacles 'probably #inr Memnorial Hall
~basement. Reward. Phone- 2219-3.
1812 Norway Road. 135-1

LOST-Gold Elgin watch.
back. Call Dorothy
1704-R.
FOR RENT

Name on
Southgate.
13 4-3

MATINEEE PRICES SCHEDULE EVENING PRICES
LOWER FLOOR.................... 35c MATINEE LOWER FLOOR ........... 50c
LOGES............................. 35c STARTING AT 1:30 AND 3:30 LOGES.... .... , ...........50c
BALCONY...................... 25e EVENING BAL4CONY ..................35c
CHILDREN ........................ loc STARTING AT 7:00 AND 9:00 CHILDREN........ ..... ......... lOc
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AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA- - SPECIALLY PREPARED 'SCORE
A CAST' OF .SUPERB EXCELLENCE

F OR RENT-Housekeeping apartment.
!Two rooms, semi-private bath. Near
Icampus and downtown. Inquire at
203 S. Thayer ~ 134-3
FOR SALE,
FOR SALE-Fords -COne Speedster
Complete. One Touring very good
condition. $150. 602 East Huron
St. 134-2
MISCELLANEOUS
FURNITURE REPAIRING, refinishing,
upholstering, recaining. Verne
Smith, 1219 So. 'University. Phone

DOROTHY PHILLIPS
ROBERT -CAIN
FRANCIS PARKS

MARGARET .MANN
SHANNONDAY

JAMES "CUR WOOD
BARNEY SHERRY
RALPH LEWIS

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