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February 19, 1922 - Image 9

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group 5 at 5 o'clock Tues
practices will be held in
well Angell hall.

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'A GEORGE COHEN PRODUCTION, WHICH WILL SHOW AT THE WHITNEY THEA-

Try-outs for the pays to be given
by the dramatic section of the Faculty
Women's club will be held at 2 o'clock'
Tuesday, Feb. 21, in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall. All faculty women inter-
ested in dramatic production are urged
to be present at this time, so that the
casts may be chosen as speedliy as
possible.
LEAGUE TO HOLD j
MEMBERSHIP DRIVE
Plans for a house to house campaign
for membership in the University of
Michigan league are now complete ac-
cording to the membership commit-
tee. The details of this campaign
were presented to the representatives
of, all 'dormitories, league houses, and
sororities, at their meeting yesterday
morning. Any houses who wish in-
-formation should call Suzan Fitch, '24,
phone 368. An effort will be made to
have each house become 100 per cent
league members and as soon as this
mark is reached the house will be
given a poster to hang in the window.
A report of the houses that have
'reached the 90 or 100 per cent mark
will be printeid each morning and the
committee is anxious that the wom-
en respond to this campaign in order
that a substantial amount to the build-
ing fund will have been pledged this
semester.

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AT THE THEATERS

He particularly desires to see ex-
service men who were- requested, by
the clean-up squad, to send in affada-
vits. Men must realize that adjust-
ment cannot be made before all papers
are sent to the Veterans' bureau.

TODAY
Screen

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girls wishing to borrow money
the University loan funds for
). should see Dean Myra B. Jor-

Exclusive designs
t in
HATS and GOWNS
MRS. GRACE VAN SCHOICK
PHONE 795-W
230 Nickels Arcade
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girls

D wish to work in the
rsity hall are requested:
ie blue book which has
the league room or to
frey, '24, phone398.

entering the class as soon as possi-
ble.
There are still some vacancies in the
beginning dancing class. All girls
wishing to join it should sign on the
bulletin board in Barbour gymnasium
at once, as no one will be admitted to
the class after Monday, Feb. 20.
All members of the Freshman Girls'
Glee club are requested to be present
at a very important meeting to be held
at 4:10 o'clock Monday afternoon in
Barbour gymnasium.
The beginning class in dancing is
scheduled to meet at 8 o'clock Monday
and Wednesday evenings. The first
meeting will be on Monday, Feb. 20.
AI 8ophomore medical women stu-
dents are requested to report at the
director's office in Barbour gymnas-
ium between 5 and 5:30 o'clock Mon-

day, Feb. 20,, to make definite ar-
rangements for taking gymnastic
work.
Because of knany conflicting events
the party to have been given by the
advisoi'y board of the Women's league
on Feb. 25 has been postponed to
April 25.
All senior girls should be measured
for their caps. and gowns at Mack &
Co.'s before March 1 in order that
they may wear them to the Junior
Girls' play.
there will be a meeting of the Luth-
eran girls' club Tuesday nighi in the
Luther chapel, corner of Fifth and
Washington streets.
Practices for choruses of the Jun-
ior Girls' play are: Group 2 at 4
o'clock Monday; Group 1 at 5 o'clock
Monday; group 7 at 4 o'clock Tuesday;

Arcade-Constance Talmadge in
"Polly of the. Follies."
Majestic - Hope Hampton in
"Star Dust."
Wuerth-George Arliss in "Dis-
raelIi."
Orpheum-Nazimova in "Madame
Peacock."
Rae-Hoot Gibson in "Sentiment-
al Tommy."

Headquarters

THIS WEEK

Stage

for

Da.nlce any
B anqu e
Pr ogram
De .Luxe
New Lines in
Paper, Leather, Wo<
and Celluloid
the
Mayer- Schairer
w Com panry
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%12 South Main Street
Patronize our Advertisers.-Ad

he Women's Cosmopolitan club will
he guests of Martha Cook dormi-
for dinner today.

LEGION REPRESENTATIVE
WILL VISIT CITY FEB.

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Garrick. (Detroit)-.E. H. Soth-
ern-Julia Marlowe in Shake-
spearean Plays.
Shubert Michigan (Detroit) -
Jane Cowl in "Smilin'
Through."
Whitney (Tonight) - "Mary," a
George Cohen production.

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isidering tak-
d instruction
s Wood about

James A. Andrews, of the American
Legion, will be at the American Red
Cross office, Ciornwell building, on
Tuesday, from 9 o'clock in the morn-

Try a Daily Want Ad. It pays.-Adv.

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SEVEN TREAJENDOUS DAYS AT THIS THEATREa
---STARTING TOMORROW---
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S".'DAY SCHEDULE
Natinee 1:30, 3:0 and 4:30
Evenings 7:00 and 8:30
Last Feature Starts'9 P. W.
PRICES-SUNDAY
Lower Floor and Balcony-.-35e
Matinee and Evening
Week-Day Matinee-25e
Kiddies-le-Always

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-explain yourself
What do you mean by the tough getupI
An' the Pola Negri harem dress?
The scrubbing brushes an' the pantaloons?
An' what are you dding with that carving knife -
an' the ber-utful chee-ildl
Huh? - Wha-a-at? - Yup, we'll tellem.
-- AND
TAKE IT from Connie-
THE LURE of teh Footlights
EXPLAINS WHY girls leave home,
BUT WHEN you see her
DOING SIREN-OF-THE-NILE stunts,
ROBED A LA Pola Negri
OR CLEOPATRA,
YOU'LL ALSO understand
WHY TIRED business men
NEVER' GO HOME!
A DD E TD
"THE MATINEE IDOL" ARCADE ORCHESTRA
Overture
PERCY AND FERDIE BALLET EGYPTIAN
by Lulgini

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Scat the Gloom!
ConnkW's started kiddin'
-kiddin' the movies
-kiddin' the Follies
-kiddin' wamps an' wirt-
uous heroines
--kiddin' the whole wide
world into a smile, with
John Emerson and Anita
Loos to help her.

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GUARANTEED
ATTRACTION
WITH A
GREAT CAST

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>ming Wednesday "The Lotus Eater," featuring John Barrymore and Buster Keaton in the Playhousf

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