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November 13, 1920 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1920-11-13

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NOW IS THE TIME TO PLACE YOUR ORDER
FOR
'SONAL CHRISTMAS GREETING
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ARCADE CAFETERIA,

The Y. W. C. A. will hold open?
forum at 4: 3(, o'clock Wednesday aft-
ernoon, Nov. 17. Prof. David Friday;
will speak on mn as Citizens."
Hockey practice for seniors andl
sophomores will be held at 10:30
o'clock this morning. Captains should
be chosen at this time.
All girlp who have beenh taking!
quiots or walking for outdoor gym nas-
ium work should see Dr. Eloise Walk-
er by Monday noon, Nov. 15, and re-
port at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon at
Barbour gymnasium.
Indoor gymnasium work will begin
Monday, Nov. 15. Classes will report
at the gymnasium at their regular
hours.
Members of Athena Literary society
are requested to meet at the Sped-
ding studio promptly at 12:3,0 o'clock
today for the Michiganensian picture.
Sophomores must pay their social
tax of $1 immediately at Dean Myra1
B. Jordan's, office or to Margaret
Kraus, '23, treasurer.'

W()MF N',%.LEAGUE
EN PERTAINS 500
With the first appearance of the
CGiris' Mandolin club, and a program
of dances and readings, the second
Woe n's league party entertained ap-
proximately 500 University women
y esterday afternoon.
Tw.o dances by Hortense Hoad, '24.
a c ev er, toe dancer; and Egyptian
dvicc and a clown frolic by Grace
Oh Cl ma.tcher, '21, and readings by Helen
I{ Ilot, '23, and Ether Welte, '23, were
! heartily received by the audience. Tea
and dancing followed the program.
IT WO CLASS HOCKEY
rF EAMS ! ANNOUNCED
Lists of junior and freshman hockey
teams as posted in Friday's Daily were
in the reverse order. Names appear-
ing und~r the head "juniors" should
leave read "freshmen" and vice versa.
F ollowing are the lists of first teams
of. seniors-and sophomores: Class of
1921-Left' ving, Phyllis Wiley; left
inside. Beatrice B~eckwith; center for-
ward, Katrina Schermerhorn; -right
inside, Lois DeVries; right wing, Alice!
Leonard; left half, Johanna Graham;
center half; An~na Broene; right half,'
Martha Seeley; left full back, Doris

Gracey; right full back, Alice Blair;
goal, Grace Hindshaw.
Class of 1923-left wing, :Margaret
Cosgrove; left inside forward, Mariont
Brown; center forward, Elsa -Gissen;
right inside forward, Martha Dodd;
(unable to play), Mildred Dougherty;
GAE R 0R1 K
FLOWENC' .,OORE in
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IT'S A SCREA"
DETROIT
The Jierry IMusical Play
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Laughs Galore Sones A Plenty

right wing. Helen Schermerhorn; 1,
half, Lucy Hluber; center half, Gra
Friy; right half, Marion Koch; left f,
back, 1.Mana Kilpatrick; right fuilba(
Dlorothy Brown; goal, Dorothy Ho]
day.
(;u rteous and satisfactory
1'I; PATAIENT to every Custom-
S er- ,Iwi ther the account be large
01' small.
Thy ADC! Arbor Savings Sark
" Incorporated 1869
(I'api tl1 ;nd Surplus, $625,000.00
T;esources........$5,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main. & 'Huron
707 North University Ave.

UP THE STAIRS

NICKELS ARCADE

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LAST MIME TODAY

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DINNER:11:30 TO 1

SUPPER : 5:30 TO 7 P. M.

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You can select just the food you want from a
large 'variety' of pure food ("expertly cooked")
'which Is sure to appeal to your own individual
appetite. Choose your .own food and~ get what
You want.

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A Tale of Love and Villiany

"UNICUE, BAU $ UL, DARING"
The extraordinary story~ of Dolo cs, tihe sw~imming girl of the
Canadian wilds, and "Wapi, the Killer," the great dog who fights the
fight of his fighting life to save her from men of prey more heartless
than the beasts of the forest.

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FOUR DIFFERENT KINDS OF ENTREES AND ROASTS

SPECIAL SERVICE ON

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AN ASSORTMENT OF FINE VEGETABLES

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TH-REEDIFFERENT KINDS OF POTATOES
SALADS GALORE, PUDDINGS AND SAUCES FOR ALL

SAT U Yq NOVE MBER 13

ACCOUNT MICHIGAN - CHICAGO FOOTBALL GAME

FROM THE STORY, "VW'API, THE WALRUS," BY
JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD
A "FIRST NATIONAL ATTRACTION"
ADDED FEATURES

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Train No. 13 leaving Toledo at 10:00 A. M. will
leave Toledo at 1 1:00 A. M., arriving - at Ann Arbor at
12:30 P. M. 'All trains will have extra equipment on above
date.
Train No. 53 due at Ann Arbor at 4:32 P. M. going
north will wait at Ferry Field if necessary until the game is

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And say, we gotta Yhunch Chicago -will call Ann Arbor
"Forbidden Valley" when our boys get thru with them.

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EDDIE BOLAND

WITH
THE VANITY FAI R MAIDS.

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Big Instrumental Music
FROM

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KEITH VAUDEVILLE CIRCUIT
SUNDAY -- MONDAY- TUESDAY

Bebe Daniels

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"When you get. the wood in, son, go dig, me, some worms, I'm
goin'_ fishin'."
But something happened on that fishing trip that changed the
whole life of the .lazy, shiftless but lovable Old Hutch.
No more appealing story was ever screened-and no better
character-acting since Joseph Jefferson's "Rip Van Winkle."
is 1 oi dvyllPre SentS
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everyone.

We're sure yofi'll enjoy it.

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GUARANTEED FUNNIER THAN "HIGH -AND DIZZY"

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