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es nave tickets for sale at
also do Graham's bookst
booth in University hall.

ore and the

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.ng of the Sen-
ee at 3 o'clockI
Barbour gym-

Athena Literary society will meet at
vill 7:15 o'clock tonight in the Alpha Nu
eer- room.
Jn-
Tickets for the Junior Girls' play are
now on sale at Graham's bookstore.
or Tickets marked 42 are for the per-
es- formance on March 23, t'hose marked
4 43 for March 24, and 44 for March 25.
ses
os, Dean Myra B. Jordan will not be at
4 home for University women this after-
ups noon.
ro-
at Sophomore girls will have a tea
or- dance from 3 to 5 o'clock Saturday aft-
lay ernoon at Martha Cook building. Phil
rn- Diamond's orchestra will furnish the

MEMBERS OF YICA,
TO DI1SCUSS CONTENTION
Important matters pertaining to the
Y. W. C. A. national convention to be
held in Hot Springs, Ark., from April
20 to 27, will be discussed at a general
membership meeting of the Y. W. C. A.
at 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon at
Newberry hall.
The main issues will be outlined by
the conference and, convention com-
mittee and delegates will be chosen.
These representatives will also be
delegates for the national student as-
sembly which will meet in connection
with the Y. W. C. A. national conven-
tion.
A constitution will be read and voted
on at this meeting. All University wo-
men are members of the Y. W. C. A.
and are expected by the committee to
attend the meeting.
SENIRS TO BUY
TICKETS FOR SUPPER
Tickets are now on sale for the
Senior supper, to be held at 6 o'clock
on the evening of March 23 in Bar-
bour gymnasium. All senior women
will attend in caps and gowns.
It is important that all senior wo-
men arrange to go because on this oc-
casion the senior songs for the Jun-
ior Girls' play performance will be
practiced.

AT THE THEATERS

TODAY

Screen ,
Arcad--"One Glorious Day,"
with Will Rogers and Lila Lee.
Majestic-"Fool's Paradice," a
Cecil de Mille production.
Wuerth-"What Do Men Want?"
a Lois Weber production.
Orpheum -- Nazimova in "Bil-
lions.
Rae-Mae Murray in "The Gild-
ed Lady."

Our prints are made on Velox.
Materials that are Eastman made and :
ods that are Eastman approved, plus th
perience of our experts are guaranties o
est quality finishing.
Bring us your films
/UN&cMP
A9YtABLISJLE5D.190,!
GET YOUR RAZOR TC
A GENUINE
AUTO STROP RA

in rifle prac-
ch 15. This
on Tuesday
9:30 o'clock.
in force this
been divided
...J. Robbins,
>e,. H. Esser,
Nelson, M.
est, T. Ray-
ck; E. Cook,
wagner, E.
wis, R. Ken-
4'. Pollock, F.
Chapman, L.
ers may not
gh not listed
next time in
as follows:
ce-breakers,"
of the book
ce of the di-
um, or in the
lee club will
ing at 4:10
in Barbour

music.
GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAMS
TO HAVE INTENSIVE TRAINING
Basketball practice for the next two
weeks is to be a period of intensive
training in preparation for the cham-
pionship matches which are to take
place the last of March. Preliminary
matches between the senior and sopho-
more and the junior and senior teams
will be played on March 28, and the
championship game will be held on
April 4.
The schedule of practices for the
next two weeks is on Tuesdays and
Thursdays as follows; All seniors at
8:15 o'clock; all juniors at 7:30
o'clock; the sophomore team and the
sophomore squad at 8:15 o'clock; the
freshman team and the freshman squad
at 4:15 o'clock. The auxilliaries are
to be divided into two' groups as fol-
lows; Barnum, Benedict, Brewer,
Harrison, Ford, Frenger, Krell, Luce,
Oakes, Sanders, Spaulding, to prathice
R A E
TODAY - WEDNESDAY
MAE MURRAY in
"The Gilded Lily"
There are many: good shows at Ann
Arbor Theatres this week, but none
better than
"THE GILDED LILY"
Added - Ham Hamilton Comedy
This "AD" with 15c will
admit you today.
R A E

THIS WEEK

WITH STROP, BLADES AND
AT THE PRICE OF

Stage

Garrick (Detroit)-Grace George
in "The Exquisite Hour."
Shubert Michigan (Detroit) -
"The Man Who Came Back,"
with Arthur Ashley and Adda
Gleason.

$1.00o

The Eberbach &
200-204 E'. LIBERTY

a'

NOW SHOWING

w Jacket"
t the fol-

m's

Gaay Pares!
and away we go

Gong,.and four
r as Plum Blos-
o'clock tomor-
berry hall. Suey
loo Git, Daffodil
ct 2 at 4 o'clock
Plum Blos-
Shoong, Widow
3ok Gar. Act 1
y afternoon in
first part at 3

To Follow Love in Mexico!
Then under Siam's sunny
skies we find at last...

N ./

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Act,

"FOOL'S

3

RADISF"

Ceci -B. Do Mille's
GRAND EXCURSION OF ENTHRALLING
ADVENTURE
WITH

.\ I

kn Cmerica rcrs
THE FAMOUS
PINE INCENSE. PATENTED
B URNING pine incense gives'
new atmosphere .o your
home-the fresh spicy breath
of the evergreen forests. It drives
out the odors of tobacco smoke
and cooking.
Lucas Incense comes ini sticks'
with convenient holders, or in
cones or powder for which there
are original and attractive burners.
Ideal for a gift.

, 1

DOROTHY DALTON
MI LDRED HARRIS
JULIA AYE

- CONRAD NAGEL
TJHEODORE KOSLOFF
JOHN DAVIDSON

Thrilling events on the Mexican Border, seething with deeds of bandits, gamblers and soldiers of fortur
A vast and gorgeous temple in a towered City Beautiful, built on teeming lagoons.
fiances Siamese, dances Parisienne, and marvelous skating dancers whirling through the Ballet of Ice
Hundreds of alluring beauties.of the Orient, bewitchingly attired.
Strange heathen rites of hordes of worshippers in jewelled cloth of gold.
Spectacular uses of elephants, bears, snakes, peacocks, crocodiles and dogs.
(The, crocodile fight is the most blood-stitring sensation ever shown on the
screen!)
What the Newspapers Said:
"Fool's Paradise" will keep you on the td
of your seat at least three-fourths of the tim
-N. Y. Sun.
"One of the big films of the season."-Ph
L.OOKBulletin.
"Gorgeous scenic effects, superb photog
phy, splendid acting, originality of theme a
treatment."-N Y. Evening Mail.
- "The Criterion is still at B'way & 44th
and the film is really worth the trip."-N.
Evening World.
"Absorbing play in pictures."-N. Y. Hera
"Contains practically everything De M
has given evidence of loving to put on
screen."-N. Y. Times.
"The picture is staged with all the grand
that is De Mille and the cast is excellent.
N. Y. Tribune.

AT,

"The

Quarry"

Ni

Drug & Prescription Store
State and N. Univ. Ave.

hat you
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at it off
and get
perfect

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