AT THE THEATERS
ONLY TWO MORE DAYS
"Roon and Board."
LEARN TO DANCE
Armory, opening October 14th. Prof.
Mittenthal, of Detroit, Teacher of mod-
ern dancing, having taught here for
two seasons with big success, has had
ten years successful experience. Mem-
ber of the International Associationof
Masters of Dancing, recently been to
the 28th convention in N. Y., and will
teach the following new dances: Ter-
race Fox Trot, Culture Walk, and the
University Waltz. 'These dances have
made a hit in the East. The Professor
is now teaching in Lansing, Grand
Rapids, and Kalamazoo. Only one
term will be given. Enroll the open-
ing night; don't wait. You are guar-
anteed to learn. Will have several
ladies and gentlemen assistants. Class
7 to 8:30 P. M. Rates reasonable; can
be paid in two payments if desired.
Private essonsin afternoon by ap-
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2 :00, - 3:30
7:00, - 8:45
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Majestic--Cecil B. DeMille's pro-
duction, "The Affairs of Ana-
tol," with Wallace Reid, Wan-
da Hawley, Gloria Swanson
and Babe Daniels.
Wuerth- James O. Curwood's
"God's Country and the Law."
Orpheum--Robert Herron in "Co-
Cecil B. DeMille's-
Featuring Twelve of the
World's Greatest Stars.
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ANSON ELLIOTT DEXTER
ELS RAYMOND HATTON
WLEY MONTE BLUE
RS THEODORE KOSLOFF
MORAN JULIA FAYE
ees, 2 and 4
S, 7 and 9
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Fox News and Comedy
to celebrity is steep and pebbly at best-it's
o climb barefoot. Yet that's exactly how
[ills-when he found he must be famous to
rl he loved-set out: unahod and unashamed.
start of thes tory so splendidly enacted by
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Hockey practice for class teams
will be held as follows: Juniors and
seniors at 4 o'clock on Mondays and
Wednesdays; sophomores at 3 o'clock
on Wednesdays beginning Oct. 12;
freshmen at 5 o'clock Mondays begin-
ning Oct. 10. Upperclassmen have al-
ready begun practice.
Volunteers for general Y. W. C. A.
work and for selling chocolate bars i
particular are asked to sign up at New-
Women. who are interested in social
service work at the Homoeopathic
hospital are requested to sign up for
it at Newberry hall.
Women wishing to take part in the
fall tennis tournament should sign on
the bulletin board in Barbour gymnas-
ium before 5 o'clock Friday, Oct. 7.
Sophomores who left gymnasium
clothes in their lockers last year and
who have not claimed them should see
Mrs. Blackburn by 4 o'clock,'Friday,
Women who wish to teach English,
French, Spanish, citizenship, and danc-
ing at the city Y. W. C. A. one night
a week are asked to call immediately
at the city Y. W. C. A. or at Newberry
Chaperones for the dances over the
week end are: Packard-Friday, Miss
Martha Hills; Saturday, Mrs. H. W.
Cake; Union-Friday, Mrs. H. G. Ber-
ger; Saturday, Mrs. E. G. Heartt; Ar-
mory-Friday and Saturday, Mrs.
Mrs. Jordan invites all sophomores
to tea at 4 o'clock this afternoon in
Barbour gymnasium. The freshman
spread will be discussed at this time.
Margaret McIntyre, '23, will give in-
formation concerning junior advisory
work to juniors and freshmen from 1
to 2 o'clock- this afternoon in Barbour
WOMEN'S ENROLLMENT SHOWS
INCREASE OVER LAST YEAR
Enrollment of women in the Univer-
sity shows a considerable increase
over last year's number. At present
there are 1,720 women enrolled as
compared to 1,740, the ,total for the
entire year, 1920-21. Included in the
present number are 391 freshmen, 409
sophomores, (70 new students), 488
juniors, (102 new students), 358 sen-
iors (40 new students), 52 graduates
and 22 unclassified.
Education Club Holds First Meeting
Allen S. Whitney, acting dean of
the Educational school, spoke before
the Girls' Educational club at the
opening meeting of the year Tuesday
evening, in the Betsy Barbour dorm-
itory parlors. During the year efforts
will be made to get out of town speak-
ers and alumni to address the club.
Girls Attention! Rain water sham-
poos, hair dressing, marcel-waving,
face and scap treatment. Wigs for
rent. Mrs. J. R. Trojanowski, 1110 S.
University Ave., side entrance. Phone
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MON. & THURS. EVENINGS
Hamilton Business College
JUDGE BEN LINDSEY
SIR PHILLIP GIBBS
CHARLES RANN KENNEDY
EDITH WYNNE MATTHISON
THEODORE E. BURTON
PROF. S H. CLARK
EXwGOV. CHAS. S. WHITMAN
TODAY AND SATURDAY
"Room and Board"'
IRVIN S. COBB
(Tenth date to be filled by some dis-
tiinguished public man.).
Tickets on sale beginning Thurs.,
Oct. 13th, at Wahr's, Graham's, and
Slater's bookstores. Prices $2.50 and
C O U R S E
MATINEE - SHOWING - EVENING
2:00 and ,3:30 7:00 and s:1
Last Feature Starts at 9:00 P. I.
"I'LL REPORT YE TO YER CHAUFFEUR!"
She had already had to report the chauffeur to him. Thi
domestic service wasn't being quite so easy as she had th
would be.' All the men kept offering kisses for tips.
What happened when an up-and-coming American enginee
an ancient castle; in Ireland for the summer, and discov'ered
impoverished little noblewoman who owned it was masquera
one of the servants. He enjoyed her innocent pretense, uni
resentment at having her wait upon them, that he really lo
of his, friends arrived to visit hid. Then he discovered, in b
"HIS, BUSY DAY"
IT'S A SCREAM - IT'S A RIOT OF MIRTH
LATEST NEWS EVENTS ORCHE:
Matinee - 2:00, 3:30
Evening - 7:00, 8
A dulte . . . . ..... .
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
James Over Curwood's
"GOD'S COUNTRY and THE L
Adapted by Arthur Zelner from Lloyd Osborne's sory
in the Saturday Evening Post
A PICTURE THAT WILL
ENTERTAIN EVERY MAN, WOMAN AND) CHILD
'SNOOKY'S FRESH HEIR
EVERY SECOND A LAUGH
A MOTION PICTURE
"Handsomely and artistically done... magni-
ficent.. that indefinable T 0 U C H T H A T
MAKES GRIFFITH SUPREME in motion pic.
tures." (The N. Y. Mali).
"'Dream Street' grips. the spectators...not
just movie stuff... characters mean something
...scenes which HOLD THE EYE and COM-
M.4ND THE INTEREST." (The N. Y. Times).
"Scenes that might ' have come from the
BRUSH OF BEARDSLEY...'Dream Street' in
popularity, should be a 'MAIN STREET' OF
THE FILMS." (The N. Y. Sun).
"...should be the envy of any producer in
this country or any other." '(The N. Y. Post).
"There is distinction in anything done by
Mr. Griffith... T00 HIGH PRAISE cannot be
given...YOU CANNOT ESCAPE a thrill." (The
N. Y. Evening World)
"'Dream Street' is a storyof NOVEL
TWISTS ... BEAUTIFUL° PHOTOGRAPHY.. .
abounds In contrasts...IT IS WELL WORTH
SEEING." (The N. Y. Evening Journal)
"It is superb.. .MOMENTS ONLY A GREAT
SOUL COULD PRODUCE... moments of IN-
SPIRATION...these are not Burke's but Grif-
fith's, the ablest director of motion pictures in
the world." (S. Jay Kaufman)
DONT MISS THIS ONE