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March 11, 1922 - Image 7

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.. W Xomen
Kappa Alpha Theta house will hold
a bridge tea at 2:30 o'clock this
afternoon for the benefit of the Wo-
men's league. Tables can be obtained
for $3 or 75 cents a person by call-
ing to reserve them.
Chaperones for dances over the
weel end are: 'Union-Miss Martha,
Hills; Armory-Mrs. H. G. Berger;
Packard-Mrs. H. B. Lazell.
All women who wish to submit a
drawing for the permanent pin for
the -Michigan league should complete
their drawings by March 21.
The University Girls'.Glee club will
meet at 4:30 o'clock Tuesday aftei-
noon in the assembly hall of the Un-
ion.
Mortarboard alumnae, instead of the
active members of Mortarboard as was
previously reported, will hold a meet-
ing at 8 o'clock Monday night at the
Chi Omega house. All are requested
to be present.
Rehearsal of the entire cast and
choruses for the Junior Girls' play
will be held at 9 o'clock this morning
at Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
The Y. W. C. A. cabinet will meet at.
2 o'clock on Monday afternoon.

GREATER EFFCIENCY
AIM 01, POINT SYSTEM,
Greater efficiency for University
women is the aim of the point sys-
tem. At present th~e Women's league
at Michigan is a iember of the Na-
tional Women's leagues, but it cannot
remain so unless a definite point sys-
tem is established.
This point system 'was adopted at
Michigan in 1918, but it is just now
being formally introduced. An accur-
ate system will distribute the honors
and duties of non-academic college life
more evenly. and prevent an excess
from falling upon a few women.'
The plan of the point system is to
give every recognized activity a certain
value in points. For instance, the
president of the Women's league re-
ceives seven points, while the member
of a committee of the Women's league
receives one. Each activity is ac-
cordingly accredited>
Every girl is expected as -a matter
of personal honor to limit the number
of her points to not more than 12 in
one semester.
The committee in charge of the point
system is composed of Elsa Townsend,
'22, chairman; Marian Nichols, '22,
Margaret Spalding, '22, and Mary
'Jameson, '24.

"22 ZITS.NOTICE
All members of the 1922 liter-
ary class who have not yet paid
their class dues are urged to do
so at once. Checks are to be
f mailed to the class treasurer at
1 2107 Washtenaw avenue. Names
of senior lits whose dues are yet
unpaid are now posted in the reg-
istrar's office, according to Walt-
er B. Rea., president of the class.
SMat. Wed. ,SoC to $x 50
GAR RICK Nights - 5octo$25o
DETROIT Sat. Mat. - oc to $2.o
Zimbalist's Exquisite Musical
Comedy
"HONEY DEW"
Opera -Musical Comedy - Spectacle . Drama
AfRCAnDE
Coming Soon

SHUBERT. Mat. Wed. -- 5c to $1.0o
MICHICAN Nights - - g500 to $200
(DETROIT) Sat. Mat. . - -5Soc to $1.50
"The John McCormack of Comic Opera"
- WALTER
SCANLAN
in a comedy with songs
"IRISH EYES"

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Arcade-"Saturday Night," Cecil
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Majestic-"Just Around the Cor-
ner," a Famous Players spe-
cial
Wuerth-Marie Prevost in "Don't
Get Personal."
Orpheum-Hoot Gibson in "The
Fire Eater."
Rae-Thomas Meighan in "The
Conquest of Canaan."

SENIORS ANNOUNCE
PLANS FOR SUPPER
Tickets for the Senior girls' supper,
which is to be held the evening of
March 23, will be on sale early next
week at Barbour gymnasium for 75
cents. All seniors should plan to se-
cure these as soon as possible. Songs
which are to be sung at the Junior
Girls' play are being worked out and
these will be rehearsed the evening of
the supper.
The collars for the graduating gowns
have been ordered and will be on
sale at University hall when they
arrive. Everyone interested is urged
by the committee to watch The Daily
for more definite announcements con-
cerning these matters.
GLEE CLB WUONCERT PROCEEDS
INCREASE CAMPAIGN FUNDS
The concert given by the University
Girls' Glee club Wednesday ecvening
in .Hill auditorium, netted the club
more than $75. The Girls' Mandolin
club assisted the Glee club in the con-
cert. The proceeds will be given to
the campaign fund of the 1Michigan
league.

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SHOES

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America's foremost delineator
of rural types
in
"IS ,NIBS"
Lives seven different
Characters
REMEMBER HIM IN
VAUDEVILLE I
An Exceptional Picture
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Garrick (Detroit) -"Honeydew,"
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HILL AUDITORIUM--Tuesday Evening March 14
(APPEARING INSTEAD OF RAISA AND RIMINI)

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