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March 15, 1922 - Image 9

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Rehearsals for:"The Yellow Jacket"
will take place this week at' the fol-
lowing -times:
Act 2 as far as Plum Blos-
som's entrance at 8 o'clock this
afternoon in Newberry hall. Buoy
Sin Fah, Lee Sin, Wu .'oo Git, Daffodil
and Yin Suey. Gong. Act 2 at 4 o'clock
this a f t e r n o o n. . Plum Blos-
som, See Noi, Tai Char Shoong, Widow
Ching,-Maid, and Git HokGar. Act 1
at 2 'o'clock tomorrow afternoon in
Newberry hall. Act .2 first part '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.
The regular meeting of the Ann Ar-
bor chapter, of the Daughters of the
American. Revolution will be held at 3
o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the Del-
ta Gamma house.
There willbe a meeting of the Sen-
for Girls' play committee at 3 o'clock
this afternoon in Barbour gym-
nasium.
Tickets for the Junigr Girls' play .are
now on sale at Graham's bookstore.
Tickets marked 42 are for the per-
formance on March 23, those marked
43 for March 24, and 44 for March 25.
Mortarboard will hold its regular
meeting at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow
night at the Kappa Delta house. Sev-
eral important matters will be taken
up at this time.
The Ann Arbor Association of Uni=
versity women will meet at 4:15 o'clock
this afternoon in the west parlor of
Barbour gymnasium. A large attend-
ance is desired.

Taxi Drier Fined was brought before J
Harold. Kreiger, a 'taxi driver who Mpnday for the third tin

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T he Arcade Cafeteria is
located right in the cen-
ter of stuident activities!

Here's a feature that
saves students' time

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ious and
reshing

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The Coca-Cola Co.
Atlanta, Ga.

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The Arcade Cafeteria
upstairs in ickels' Arcad

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Just Today and To-
morrow Left to See
The Show,

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They're All
Talking About!
CECIL B. DeMILLE'S
Grand Excursion' of Thrilling Adventure
OoI s readise

There will be a general membership
meeting of the Y. *. C. A. at 3 o'clock
tomorrow 'afternbon in Newberry hall.
Delegates 'to the convention to be held
at Hot Springs will be elected and
several important matters will be de-
cided. Women who have not already
signed membership pledges may do so
without fee.

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WITH

Dalton Conr
Ildred Harris
Julia Faye

rad Nagel
Theodore Kosloff
John Davidson

Playing today in Detroit at greatly increased prices.
IAJnSTIC is presenting it with exceptional surround-
ing program for the record low price
ALL SEATS 35 Cts.; except boxes
DON'T MISS IT!

Rehearsals for the Junior Girls' play
are as folipws: Wednesday, all solos,
including songs and dances, at 4
o'clock; no practices Wednesday eve-
ning; Thursday, prologue and group
eight, at 4 o'clock; group seven, at
4:45 o'clock; group three at 5 o'clock;
group two, at 5:30 o'clock. There will
be a dress rehearsal at 7 o'clock Fri-
day night. Saturday, group one at 9
o'clock; group two at 9:30 o'clock;
croup three at 10 o'clock; groups five
and two at 10:30 o'clock; groups six,
seven, and eight at 11 o'clock. There.
will bea rehearsal of the entire cast
and choruses at 7 o'clock Saturday
night.
The Literary club will meet at 4
o'clock, this afternoon at the Kappa
Delta house. Professor Ray K. Im-
mel will speak.
DEAN LIKES PLOT
OF JUNIOR PLAY
"The plot of this year's play is ex-
ceptionally good," said Dean Myra B.
Jordan commenting on the. Junior
Girls' play. "What seems to me dis-
tinctly in contrast to, former plays is
the fact that everyone is co-operating
and the girls don't seem as tired and
worn out from the practices."
Costumes for the choruses are being
made by the girls themselves as has
been> donein -former years. The many
novel designs will be brought out in a
variety of harmonious"colors. They
will probably be completed in time
for the dress rehearsal Friday night.
AT THE THEATERS

Copyright 1922 Hart Schaifner &Marx

S ome things to look
for this spring

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If you would be well dressed

Friday-AGNES AYRES in

Lane That Had NoTurning"
ravenettesI

VOU'LL find that coat lapels should be
a trifle longer and narrower. But-

tons are spaced a little lower. The

new

sport styles show many interesting fea-
tures in pockets, plaits and belts. We're
ready with all the new models.

Rain Coats

TODAY

All kinds, at lowest prices, see ours first
A fey Corduroy Reefers and Navy Pea
Coa, All bargains while they last.,
Breechesand Knicker Suits

S"reen

Arcade-"His Nibs"
Males.

with Chic

$35:

$40 $45

Ladies and Mens.

A large assortment, also Corduroy, Mole-
skin and Sport Suits.
High-Top Hiking and Moccasin Pack Shu.
for Ladies'and Men.
Brief Cases, Folios and Boston Bags.

Majestic-"Fool's Paradice," a
Cecil de Mille production.
Wuerth-"What Do Men Want?"
a Lois Weber production.
Orpheum- "Shattered Dreams"
with Miss Du Pont.
Rae-Mae Murray in "The Gild-
ed Lady."

We're establishing a balue record for spring
that won't be surpassed'anylvhere. We're
gibing. you Hart Schaffner &- Marx clothes
at prices that approximate pre-war lebels.

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THIS WEEK

Reule Conlin Fiege,l

Genuine GILLETTE Razors
with blades at

856

Stage

Alarm Clocks
at

$1.29

Garrick (Detroit)-Grace George
in "The Exquisite Hour."
Shubert Michigan (Detroit) -
"The Man Who Came Back,"
with Arthur Ashley and Addas
Gleason.
Watchfor- the K'ms". Today is ""

Com r
lain Street at Washington

PLIES STORE

2 3 N. 4TH AVENUE

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