7:30 o'clock to-
dan will be at
y st'udents from
e cast of "The
teet at 3 o'clock
clock tonight in
the fourth floor
g of the
The University Girls' Glee club will
meet at 4:30 o'colck this afternoon in
All girls who have been making
posters for the Junior Girls' play
should bring them to Barbara Baker,
602 Monroe street, at once.
No more students will be admitted
in the playground class after Wednes-
day, March 8. The class meets once a
week only, at 2 o'clock on Wednes-
Mrs. A. J. McDonald of Jackson,
state corresponding secretary and
member of the state executive body of
King's daughters, will speak at the
March me'eting of the University Hos-
pital Circle of King's daughters which
will be held at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon in the auditorium of Lane
hall. Every one who is interested in
socialtservice and hospital work is in-
vited to attend.
ALUMNAE HOUSE TO RAISE"
.. SCHOLARSHIP LOAN FUNDS
Blanche Howell, '20, president o the
alumnae association of Alumnae
house, was in Ann Arbor over the
week end planning to raise money for
a scholarship loan fund for students"
of Alumnae house. This is considered
a progressive'innovation for so small
a house. At present there are 16 girls
living at Alumnae house.
Try-outs for Athena Literary socie-
ty for women will be held at 7:15
o'clock tonigth in the Alpha Nu rooms
on the fourtli floor of University hall.
Any women enrolled in the University
of Michigan are eligible for member-
ship and may try out by appearing
before the society and giving a three-
minute extemporaneous speech.
Some of the points considered in
judging the speeches are: voice, poise,
thought, and delivery. 'The member-
ship committee is especially anxious
that freshmen women try out at this
Y.W.C.A. TO HEAR
NAT IONAL PLANS
The national budget and financial'
plans of the Y. W. 'C. A. will be pre-
sented by Miss Marie L'Hommedieu,
and other convention issues will be
disc'ussed by Miss Marguerite Stuart,
field student secretary, at a joint meet-
ing of the Y. W. C. A. cabinet and ad-
visory board at o'clock tomorrow
afternoon in Newberry ahall.
Members of the advisory board will
be the guests of the cabinet for tea
following the business meeting.
Somethingf- for'* sale? A Classified
Ad in The Daily will find a buyer.-
booth in Universi
to the girls who w~
Arcade-"Saturday Night," Cecil
de Mille's production.
Majestic-Elsie Ferguson, Wal-
lace Reid in "Forever."
Wuerth-Marie Prevost in "Don't
Orpheum-Antonio Moreno in "A
Rae-Ethel Clayton in "Sham."
be held at 2:3
noon in Lane
ing Monday afternoon: The girls were
also warned that for each hour they
are absent without a substitute, they
'will be fined $2 which is the approx-
imate amount of money lost. Workers
are needed for the periods from 8:40
to 9:30 on Mondays and Fridays.
Buy your clhss toques from Dali
SHUBERT A'at. Wed.- - soc to $:oo
MICHIGAN Nights - - 500 to $20Oo
(DETROIT) Sat. Mat. . 5Cto $1.50
"The John Mecormack of Comic Opera'
in a comedy with songs
"1IR ISH EYES"
GARRICK Mat.Wed. - oc to$Iso
DETROIT Sat. Mat. oc to $2.0
Zimbalist's Exquisite. Musical
Opera - Musloal Comedy - Speotaoe . Drama
LAST TIME TODAY
Near State i
the Mummers' spring
of Thorn" will be held
o'clock Tuesday and
noons in the parlors of
a musical comedy.
Burton will give a
Is for Tuesday will be
roups 5 and 2 at 4
7 at 4:30 o'clock and-
lock. These rehearsals
Sarah Caswell Angell
R A Em
ETHEL CLAYTON in
Also Torcly Comedy
This "AD" with 1 ceuts will
Thursday - Friday
TOM MEIGHA'N in
"THE CONQUEST OF CANAAN"
R A Ew
Said the Alumnus the dai
received his copy of the iL
"It makes one think o
times to see the 'Ensian a
Guess I will have to run.
and see a football game
fall and I think I better
scribe a little to the Won
League Building too."
You may not realize how :
influence the Michigane:
will have with your fri
Send one to them and don't
get one for yourself.
On the Campus Today
Branch Store, 715. University Ave.
320 E. Liberty St.
L ,What Does Saturday Night Mean to You?
PLEASE NOTE CHANGE C
SCHEDULE OWING TO
A ttraction E xtraordinary
an heiress eloped with her chauffeur and a mil-
lionaire married his pretty laundress-what
ild their wedded live sbe like?
he answer is here-in a gorgeous tale of the top
bottom of New York Showing each half how
'other half lives and running Fifth Avenue into
story of fashion, revel and love-and the two
atest fire and railroad rescue scenes ever filmed!
See The Hallowe'en Ball And The Jazz Swimming Pool!
ri . f.
You want tlhrils?
You crave beauty?
You demand action?
You love romanicel
You seek suspense?
Come and be thrill-shocked to see
Gorgeous Beyond Imagination;
BEAUTY! Magnificent sets and Mr. De"Mille's greatest "gown picture"!
Ball scenes, carabet scenes, Coney Island scenes, fire scenes, wreck scenes, form-
ing the background of one of the greatest modern up-to-the-minute love stories ever
Iris Tan Suydam ... .....LeatriceJoy
Dick Prentiss..........Conrad Nagle
Shamrock O'bay.... ...Edith 'Roberts
Elsie, Dick's sister.......Julia Faye
Mrs. Prentiss.........Edythe Chapman
Uncle .............Theodore Roberts
;Mrs. O'Day. ...........Sylvia Ashton
The Count...........John Davidso
The Professor..........Winter Hall
New York's two leading theatres, the Rivoli and Rialto, were powerless to accommodate the throngs
trying to see this production, February 28, with a standing line starting at the theatres' entrance and
extending for a block, in a downpour of rain. This' is proof positive of the picture's worth.
And The Price Was $2.20
I /.E IL
Special Musical Score
Matinee, 2:00 and 3:45. Eyeiings - Balcony, 25c;
Evenings, 7:00 and 8:45. 'Main Floor, 35c.
Last Feature starts 9:15. Kiddies, 10c always.