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February 21, 1922 - Image 7

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-02-21

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La

'i.has been raise(

dan will not be at
students this aft-

is

The Y. W. C. A. cabinet will meet at
3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at New-
berry hall.
All girls wishing to borrow money
from the University loan funds for
women should see Dean Myra B. Jor-
dan at once.

/:

events
by the
league
med to

i

for missionary work by the Presbyter-
ian students in th~e University last
week.
Dr. and Mrs. McCandliss will re-
ceive $650 of the money for their med-
ical work in China, $150 will, go to
meet the syndical apportionment for
missions, the State Christian Endeav-
ors the Presbyterian young people's
work will receive $100, and the Hoover
social service work will receive $100.
'C. B. VanAnterp, '22, was captain of
the team bringing in the most money
and also high man of the campaign.
Van Antwerp's team secured $122.50,
of which he himself obtained $60.50.
The high individuals were H. T. Haga-
done, '22, with $34.50, and Kathryn
Wilson, '23, with $32..
Something for sale? A. Classified
Ad in The Daily will find a buyer.-
Adv.
Lost something? A Classified Ad In
The Daily will find it for you.-Adv.

LAST TIMES' TODAY,
Don 't tell the wife you ire goingIto see-

S -s-si!

WASHINCTON FESTIVAL In Conjuction FIS AINLWEK ERAY1

AT THE THLEATERS

d be measured
vn at Mack &
in order that
to the Junior

TODAY
ESCreeoa

SEE Her Dance!
SEE Her Prance
a la "Frisco!"

the L uth-
ig in the
'ifth and
the Jun-
Lp 7 at 4
5 o'clock
11I be held

Arcade-Constance Talmadge in
"Polly of the Follies."
Majestic - Hope Hampton in
"Star Dust."
Wuerth-George Arl~ss in "'Dis-
raeli."I
Orpheum-Nazimova in "Madame
Peacock."
Rae--Hoot Gibson in "Sentiment-
al Tommy."

(1

;

POLLYO

u-u.--.
r

ys to be giv-
of the Faculty
Id at 2 o'clock
arah Caswel
women inter-;
tion are urged
e, so that the
.s speedily as
erably a busi-
wanted to give
graphy. The
,11 Mrs. Louis
Lbefore 7:30

11

THIS WEEK

Last Time Today

Stage

NAZIMOVA

!

Garrick (Detroit)--E. H.' Sothl-
ern-Julia Marlowe in Shake-
spearean Plays.
Shubert Michigan (Detroit)-
Jane Cowl in "Smilin'
Through."
Whitney Saturday, Feb. 25)-Leo
Ditrichstein in "The Great
Lover."
Hill Auditorium (Wednesday,
Thursday-"Theodora," a Gold-
wyn production.

--N -

"Madame

I-

By, JOHN EMERSON
And ANITA LOOS

Peacock"

What's this? Connie as
Cleopatra. Yes, sirree!
-and she's eve rything
else from stage-struck
sody clerk to Follies
flirt in this. S'wiz!

rchestra will furnish the.
e matinee dance which the
dams' house are to give
)ry tomorrow afternoon for
of the University of Mich-
building fund. The party
om 3 until 5:,30' o'clock.
.he affair are bn sale for $1.j
Dames will hold their reg-'
g, at; 8 o'clock Tuesday eve-
vberry hall.
gue house, dormitory and
o did not send representa-
meeting last Saturday
Barbour gymnasium, where

SHUBERT WNights & Sat. Mat. $1 to $2.50:
MICIMAN Wed. Mat. 750~'~ to $2.00
(DETROIT)
The Selwyn* present
JAME COWL
In tHer Greatest Stieses
ASSMILIN' THROUGH'"
Next Week-" TH4E BAT"

IE RAE
TODAY--WEDNESDAY--ONLY
Sir JAMUS M. B3ARRIE'S
"Sentimental, Tommy"
With Gareth Hughes.
A tale set amidst the charming
scenes of old Scotland.
ALSO SNOOKY COMEDY

Regular Added
NOVELTIES

STARTIG
MATINEE

esentative
:ay in Bar-
tags, and

OARRIK uain ts Sa This program is 100, per cent
DETROITH.%
ULIA Iperfecta Ask those who have
SOTHRN', MAROWE seen the pictures.
Sat. Mat. "Merchant*(1 Venrnc:" Tue., Fri. Eves., " Wf ie li
NigKtt" Wed., Sat, E oses., "Hamlet" Thu.. "Taming of1ftle
Shrew" $1 to $3

TOMORROW Speplal Notice-- WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDj
FULL" ORCHESTRA MATINEE SHOWS START 1:30, 3:00, 4:3

1,

He, neber ┬░sal,, a ivo-
man until he ivas
tiventy-fibe.then---

It's Albert Ter
remarkable dra,
73w-advay a
_Scullh

-a

LAST TIMES TODAY
ea very hard to write an advertisement and make -it
,e to everyone, but we are, trying hard in this one,

,
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Wholesome:
Lnterlaining,
Worth -while
Compelling '* j

s
..
i
r
1
i

j6ohn Barrymore
Anna (k.Nilssont ______Mo_
BAR~ORE

that 's

"STARDUST"

with

'Teiu
i i A Ar, ~rAFrz~l1,l~ru~rir ~ I
E ater-------"____----El

HOPE HAMPTON
Suggested by Fannie Hurst's famous novel.

the catchiest title---BUT---Hope Hampton in " Stardust" is splendid !
A Big T o-rc hy Comiedy, 'Too

t Directed. k

4f

It's very good-it's RTHEIRORIOUS.

Pee the comedy to get the meaning of that word.

~J.Iaruey shenry

COMING WEDNESDAY

Niorms

Tamage

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Wesley Bany

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Wonderful

Thing

A

NAT

.ATT.
MWM -,

A smvmwN9=vaM

.

Soon-.." The, Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse"s

I

BUSTER KEATON in, "THE PLAYH

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