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March 05, 1922 - Image 9

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s who work at the booth in
hall are requested to meet
:lock tomorrow in the Wom-
.e room in Universit yhall.
1 Dames wil hold its regular
t 8 o'clock Tuesday evening
Lors of Barbour gymnasium.
on L. Burton will give a
to the members.
of the Junior Girls' play
rse at 4 o'clock Monday aft-
.t 4:30 o'clock the scientific
will rehearse, at 5 o'clock
nd at 5:20 o'clock group 6.
for act three will rehearse
ck Monday night. The re-
or Tuesday will be as fol-
oups 5 and 2 at 4 o'clock,
t 4:30 o'clock and group 1
ek. These rehearsals will
Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
s will meet at 3 o'clock
ternoon in the parlors of
ymnasium. The spring play,
f Thorn,".will be discussed
me set for- tryouts. It is
that all members be there.

Assisted by the Girls' Mandolin clubI
and Mildred Chase, '22, as soloist, the
University Girls' Glee club will give a
concert for the benefit .of the Women's
league Wednesday evening; March 8,
in Hill auditorium.
The Glee club will be directed by
Miss Nora Crane Hunt, of the faculty
of the School of Music. Florence
Shirey, '22, will be the accompanist.'
The entire program will be publish-
ed at a later date.
LOCAL R. 0. T. C. TEAM HIGH
SCORER IN NA'TIONAL MEET
Out of a possible 6,000 points, the
R. O. T. C. team of the University made
5,053 points in the annual rifle shoot
in which 18 universities, including 11-
linois, Northwestern, Wisconsin, and
Chicago took part this last week. The
results of the contest have not yet
been decided, but will probably be
known by Monday.
The winners of the contest held this
lsat week will comppte in the National
shoot to be held the latter part of this
month.

TODAY
Screen

Arcade-Wanda Hawley in "The
Love Charm."

(By Associated Press)
London, March 4.-A knowledge of
Gaelic will be a paying accomplish-
ment now that most of the commun-
ications from the Irish Free state will
be transmitted, as is expected, in that
language.
A translation office in Fleet street
already announces that it is prepared
to handle all business conducted in 4
Irish.

Majestic-Elsie Ferguson,
lace Reid in "Forever."

Wal-

Wuerth - "A Man's Home," a
'Ralph Ince production.
Orpheum- Herbert Rawlingson
ill "Cheated Hearts."
Rae-William S. Hart in "The
Three Word Brand."

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SLEEP ANYWHERE, BUT
EAT AT REX'S
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 Arbor Street
Near State and Packard Streets

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Garrick (Detroit)-"Honeydew,"
a musical comedy.
Shubert Michigan (Detroit) -
Walter Scanlan in "Irish
Eyes."

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