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March 09, 1922 - Image 7

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-03-09

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Sigma Delta Phi, national honiorary
oratorical and dramatic fraternity for
women, will present "The Golden
Doom," a one-act play by Lord Duns-
any, at the Women's League party
Friday afternoon. Special efforts have
been made by the social committee to
make the party this week excel all
previous dfforts this year.
The cast for "The Golden Doom"
has be~n picked as follows: King,
Catherine Stafford, '24; chamberlain,
Euphemia Carnahan, '22; chief pro-
phet, Joyce McCurdy, '22; boy, Esther
SHUBERT Mat. Wed.- - - 5oc to $i.oo
MICHIGAN Nights 500o to $200
(DETROIT) sat. Mat. . 5 oc to $i.50
"The John McCormack of Comic Opera"
WALTER
SCANLAN
in a comedy with songs
"IRISH EYES"

Beatrice Sandles, '23; second sentry,
Beata Hasley, '22; stranger, Beatrice
Champion, '23.
Unusual effects will be obtained by
the lighting, scenery, and beautiful
costuming.'
o WO31EN ELECTED TO STYLUS,
HON{ORARY LITERARY SOCIETY
Stylus, campus honorary society of,
women interested in the profession of
letters, elected the following women'

Eckhart, '23.
Plans are being made for an initia-
tion luncheon to be held March 18.
SLEEP AN~YWHERE, BUT
EAT AT REX'S
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 Arbor Street
Near State andi Packard Streets

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SPRZING

jnst Arrivied---

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GAR lI Mat. Wed.-5oc to $1.50
Nights- - 50c to $2.50
DETROIT Sat. Mat. - 50c to $2.00.
Zimbalist'.s Exquisite Musical
Comedy4
"HONEY DEW"
Opera . Musical Comedy - Spectacle . Drama

Two-Trouser Suits
Specially Priced
$43.50

anaires to Show. Extent
Everyday Use

of.

Ku app-AFelt Hats
$5 and $7

Tweed T 5t

do college graduates re-
rLatin? A solution of
is the purpose of the
sical league in sending
mnbers of questionnaires
ture. The questionnaires
.t to every fifth graduate
ry and law colleges of
;ities. for the years 1895,
d 1910, and in them the
ill be questioned as to
and inclination to use
rt everyday reading and
iin general. The pur-
,ague is not to ascertain
s o'f Latin, but to find
on an average it stays
ege graduate. The ques-
1 be mailed from Roches-

Chop Suey
CHINESE AND
AMERICAN RESTAURANT
Quang Tung Lo.
613 E. iberty

LUT Z CLOTHING, STO

Today
Thru
Saturday

1a

A picture of all the things that rise
when you hear the old tunes of"
0O'Grady" an"Sdwlsof New

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IFANNIE HURST -
The Creator of "Humoresque"
Scores Again with

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artin
MIAIN ST.,.

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Said a stude the Injornllng
after lie had received his TCmeld-
ganensian :-

A
A
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picture that tells of "East Side, West Side, All Around the Town," with
boys and girls together on "Dear Old Saturday Night."
picture of Bowery and dance hall and Chinatown and lowly places 'that tene-
ment folk call home.,_
picture that has, no shimmer of silks or flash, of wealth, or fashion dressed to
parade on the A~venue.
picture that weaves the things that really count into an hour' of unalloyed
delight.

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!COMEDY FEATURE
i O S H;A CENTUJRY COMEDY

KINOAMS

ORCHESTRA'

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Balcny PRICES' 25'
Ain Floor ... ........5e

I

Matinees
Evenings

SCHEDULE
.....2:00 and 3:30
...7:0 and 8:30

"I haven't been u so early
Z years but I didn't get half
irough my 'Ensian last night
nd I simply can't wait any
nger to finish it."

ECOMING SUNDAY
SAcross The Great
Wide World,
*Mexico to Siam
- With
ECecil B. Dye Mille'sE
- "Fool's
Pa ra disc'

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forget to sign
nensian, the

for your
greatest

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book in America.

'day

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