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member of the state executive body of
King's daughters, willspeak at the
March meeting of the University Hos-
pital Circle of King's daughters which'
will be held at 2:30 o'clock this
afternoon in the auditorium of Lane
hall. Every one who is interested in
social service and hospital work is in-
vited to attend.'

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Rehearsals for the Masques play,
"Yellow Jacket," will be held at New-
berry hall at the following hours:
Wednesday at 3 o'clock, Act one, Prop-
erty man, Wu Sin Yin, Tai Fah Min,
Tso, Due Jung Fah; at 4 o'clock, Lee
Sin, Tai Fah Min, Tso, Suey Sin Fah;
on Thursday at 3 and 4 o'clock the
same cast; at 5 o'clock, Chee Moo,
Ling Won, and Suey Sin Fah.
The hours for rifle practice are as
follows: From 9:30 to 12 o'clock on
Tuesday nornings; from 7 to 9 o'clock
on Wednesday evenings; from 1:30
to 4:30 o'clock on Thursday after-
noons. These hours will be in force
until the week of March 22.
SENIOR SOCIETY TO GIVE
* TEAS FOR LEAGUJE HOUSES
Several league house groups will be
entertained at tea by the members of
Senior society from 3:30 to 5:30 o'-
clock this afternoon at Helen New-
berry residence. There will be danc-
ing and c'ards.
Other parties of this kind are being
planned so-that the girls of various
houses may become better acquainted.
Acolytes Discuss Religious Problem
"A Critique of the Philosophy of Re-
ligion" was the subject of a paper
read by 0. C. Johnson, instructor in?

The reading was followed by a discus-
sion of the report and kindred sub-
jects.
Harris Hall Holds Open House
During the Lenten season it is plan-
ned to give a series of readings from
George Partin Attwater's "The Epis-
copal Church-Its Message for Men
of Today" at the open house hours on
Wednesday afternoons at Harris hall.
SHUBERT Mat.wed. - - soc to $i.oar
MICHIGAN Nights - -: 500 to $200
(DETROIT) Sat. Mat. . - - 5oc to $.so
"The John McCormack of Comic opera"
WALTER
SCANLAN
in a comedy with songs
"I R I S H EYES"
GARRIC Mat. Wed. - 50C to $I.50
C Nights - - Sacto $2.50
DETROIT Sat. Mat. - Soc to $2.00
Zimbaist's Exquisite Musical
Comedy
"HONEY DEW"
Opera -Musical Comedy - Spectacle . Drama
mR A Em
Last Times Today
ETHEL CLAYTON in
S H R A M"
Also Torchy Comedy
This "AD" with is cents will
admit you.
Thursday
TOM MEIGHAN ln
"TRE CONQUEST OF AA
R A EW

Harry .Russell Evans will give the
next recital on the twilight organ ser-
ies at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
in Hill auditorium. He will play
works of Saint-Saens, Noble, Mendel-
ssohn and Lemmens.
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Wednesday - Thursday
Antonio
Moreno
in
"A Guilty
Conscience"

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TUTTLE'S LUNCH ROOM
Maynard Street

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dis.

Stock Reducing Sale
All clean undamaged stock at big discount
UNIVERSITY LAWN (Sawaco
42 sheets and 25 envelopes . .

Fabric)
40c

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IAMMERMILL BOND, folded
1 pound paper 20c; 25 envelopes 10
lany good numbers of Hurd, Hampshire, Ward
and other plain and die embossed University and
Fraternity papers.
Leather loose leaf note and scrap books 40% off.
Typewriting Paper 25c per pound up.

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The romance of a rose-red love. Budding in childhood's
springtime. Blooming through storms of life's summer.
Glowing on and on in spite of frosty age and death?
A story of all you've ever dreamed a great love should be!
Told in enthralling action and scenes of exquisite beauty.
Charlie Chaplin in "A Dog's Lift
TOMORROW-"JUST AROUND The CORNER"

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(APPEARING INSTEAD OF RAISA AND RIMINI)

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