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March 12, 1922 - Image 9

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offce of' the di-
asium, or in the

Newberry hall. Act 2 first p.art at 3
o'clock. Act 3, second- part, at 4
o'clock. Act 1 at 2 o'clock, Friday. Act
2, first part, at 3.o'lock. Act, second
part, at o'clock.

more effectively the work that they are
contemplating.
Part of this work is to plan ways
for raising funds for the Michigan
league. All Mortarboard alumnae are
urged by the committee to be present
since the meeting is important.

Walter(

I The Freshman Girls' Glee club will
. hold an important meeting at 4:10
lit a o'clock tomorrow afternoon in Baxbour
for gymnasium.

All Mortarboard
SAlumnae To INeet

I

Keep

lub will
y after-
the Un-

ead of the
rd as was
Ld a meet-
,ht at the
requested

Rehearsals for "The Yellow Jacket"
will take place this week at the fol-
lowing times: Act 1 at 7:15 o'clock,
tomorrow evening in University Hall.
Act 2 as far as Plum Blossom's en-I
trance at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon,
in Newberry hall. Those taking part
will be'Suey Sin Fab, Lee Sin, Wu Hoo
Git, Daffodil, Yin Suey Gong, and fourI
fan girls. Act 2 as far as Plum Blos-
som's entrance at 3 o'clock Wednes-
day afternoon in Newberry hall. Suey
Sin Fah, Lee Sin, Wu Hoo Git, Daffodil
and Yin Suey Gong. Act 2 at 4 o'clock
Wednesday, afternoon. Plum Blo4-
som, See Noi, Tai Char Shoong, Widow
Ching, Maid, and Git Hok Gar. Act 1
at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon in

Local members of Mortarboard alum-
nae together with members of other
chapters and from other universities'
are to meet at 8 o'clock tomorrow
night at the Chi Omega house to draw
up formal lans for organization in
order that the society may carry on

Frankin C. Cappon Leaves School
Franklin C. Cappon, '23E, stellar
Varsity footbalul anl basketball play-
er, has left school for this semester.
He returned to his home in Holland yes-
terday morning, but will re-enter col-
lege in the summer, taking work in the
new coaching school to be opened by
Coach Fielding- H. Yost. At this time
he will transfer to the literary college.

Famous Daily
Music on Phon

Doze

Get Real Fun

Junior
onday,
ine at

Keeping fit ought to be fun but it-never b
Walter Camp came along with his "Daily
set it to music on a phonograph.
Walter Camp's "Daily Dozen" exercises,
will help you, and give you such a goo
morning that you'll look forward to yo
exercise period with real zest---and lool
with genuinesatisfied pleasure.
I Don't, think for a minute that you need
an hour, and tire yourself out at the very
your day in order to keep fit.

t 4
oups
pro-
s at
hor-

B right n e w
woolens and
Fashions for,
Spring and
Summer now
ready in
ED, V. PriceCoo
FINE TAILORINO
$31,50 to $60
Have you seen
our window ds -
Play.

Only ten minutes of Walter
planned exercises will do more
as much arm-and-le exercise.
exercises to the rhythm of spir
the swing of them in a way that
ten minutes in a glow of pleast
tion!l

(

e at 4
en at 4

t
, '

Walter Camp. has solved your exercis
---and we are the distributors for this
to keep fit.
Come in for free demonstration and li
Complete outfits, including records, c
tifully bound album now selling for $

rifle prac-
1. This
' Tuesday
30 o'clock.
force this
en divided
r. Robbins,

Fred W.

Gross

309 S. MAIN STREET

SCHA
Muskc

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Dorothy Dalton
z the Cecil B. DeMille Production
'Foois Paradise'-A Paramount icture

an, L.
y not
listed.

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Lee.
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NO REASON WHY YOU SHOULD
when you carry our automobile
accident insurance policy. It pro-
tects you from several forms of acci-
dent, such as collision on your part'or
the other fellow's, property damage,
injury to pedestrians orto passengers,

Finished Art Needle-
.Work and Supplies
LADIES' PURE SILK HOSIERY
(Regular $2 to $3 values)
50c TO $2.00 PER PAIR

WEEK BECINNIN C
MONDAY MAR. 13

We invite comparison of Quality and Values
and Children's Department.

in our Infant

Graces

The only line of Stamped Goods that we have found worthy
of a place in this shop.
Imported Organdy-plain, changeable, checked and embroid-
ered; Silk, Satin, Crepe de Chine, Foulard, Voile-Shirt-
ing, Waisting, Batiste, Linen, Drapery, Jap Crepe, Shan-
tung Ginghams, and many other materials.
EXTRA SPECIAL! Ladies' and Little Gents' hand Hem-
stitched Handkerchiefs-25c.
Favors-Greeting Cards, etc.
GIFTS - NOVELTIES
The Wisteria Shop
330 MAYNARD STREET

in a new comedy

"The Exquisite

3y ?Iargaret

with

FIRE AND THEFT;

BUTLER
INSURANCE
20 FIRST NATION iL BANK BLDG.

Norman Tre

Phone 401M

4

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Free

Radio

Concert---

We cordially invite you to come and bring your friends to our Music Parlors
and enjoy a Radio Concert on

Jionday

evening,

from

8:oo,

to 10:00,

0'clo

iii

The Mignon' Trio, accompanied by a Baldwin Reproducing Piano, will give
the original concert in Cincinnati, Ohio, and it will be sent broadcast by Radio.
This is an exceptional opportunity for you to hear a real radio concert and
enlighten yourself concerning the new invention.
Here are Five of the Vest New Records

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Crumit
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IHHHHHs

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Week Tllh
beginning' ongh
MATS. WI

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WILLIAM A. BRADY Presents
The Gripping Red-Blooded Dram
THE MAN WH(
CAME BACK

DANCE RECORDS
AFTER THE RAIN. Fox-Trot.
Ray Miller and His Black and White Melody
Boys
BROKEN TOY-Intro. "My Darling." Medley
Fox-Trot. The Happy Six
ON THE 'GIN, 'GIN, 'GINNY SHORE. Fox-Trot.
Ray Miller and His Black and White Melody.
Boys
TELL HER AT TWILIGHT (Just Sing Love's
Sweet Song). Fox-Trot. The Happy Six

BOOD-BYE, SHANGHAI-Intro. "Call Me
Medley FoxTrot. The Ha]
'WIMMIN (I've Got to Have 'Em, That's A
One-Step. The Ha
SONGS
SALLY AND IRENE AND MARY. Tenor S
Frank+
BOO-HOO-HOO, (You're.Gonna Cry WhenI
Gone). Tenor Solo. Frank
MAMMY LOU. Charles Hart and Elliot
FEATHER-BED LANE. Tenor solo. Billy

BY A. Jules Eeker: Goodman

Arthur Ashley with Adda Gleaa
And a Special Cast of Metropolitan Artists

ie-made Pies
Mince
1a Ice Cream
Coffee Milk

SPECIAL, LOW SCALE OF PRICES

12 to 2 P. M.
Price $1.00o

COME IN AND LET US PLAY THESE FOR YOU.
Ailmendinger Atusic Shop
305 MAYNARD STREET

WILLITS
State Phane 175.

s...

Evenings- SUc to 4

Saturday Mati-e 50c to $1.00

it

Electrical

Washtenaw Electric Shop

Telephone

273

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