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March 18, 1922 - Image 7

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eshman Girls' -Glee club will
important meeting at 4:10
afternoon in Barbour gymnas-

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THE THEATERS

Phi Meta bridge tea
Lave b~een given this
Fen. postponed indefin-

TODAY
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secure good)
r should buy'
They are on
,ore, Barbour
,rsity hail.

Arcade-."His Nibs"
Sales.

with Chic

rdances over the week
n-.Mrs. H. TV. Cake;
[G. Berger.
he Junior Girls' play

Majestic-Agnes Ayres in "The
Lane That Had No Turning."
Wuerth-"Rip Van Winkle," with
an all-star cast.
Orpheum-"Play Square," an all-
star cast.
Rae-Buck Jones in "Get Your
Man."

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At League Farty
D~ean Myra B. Jordan wa~s-guest at a
birthday partyr given in her ho~nor by
the :Women's league yesterday after-
noon ini Barbour gymnasium. On be-
half of the league, Edna Groff, '22,,
presented flowers to Dean Jordan.
The Freshman Girls' Glee' club sang
"Oh, Didn't it Rain," a negro spiritual
arranged by Burleigh, and a freshman
song, responding to an encore with
"Class of '25" the ,ords which-wereI
written by Dean Jordan. Deebach's
four-piece orchestra furnished music
for dancing.
SOPHOM[ORES' ANNUAL TEA
TO BE GIVEN THIS AFTERNOONV
The anuual sophomore tea wills be
held from 3 to 6 o'clock this afternoon
at Martha Cook building. Music for
dancing will be furnished by Phil
Diamond's. orchestra.
The members of the committee in
charge, Katherine Stafford, Dorothy
Weimer, and Mary Wiley, urge that
every sophomore woman come to the
party.
Newlberry Entertains Dean' Jordan
The girls of Helen Newberry resi-
dence entertained at dinner Thurs-
day evening in honer of Dean Myra
RAE
Today Only
BUCK JONES in'
"GET YOUR MAN"
First Time in Ann Arbor
jAlso Larry Semon Comedy"
Tomorrow-Bill Hart in..
"The Square Deal Man"
Tuesday - "The Faith IHealer"
1a RAE

courses at dinner, one uofwzuuu- was
written by Stella Brunt, '22, espec-
ially for Mrs. Jordan. Later in the
evening a play was given in the par-
lors.
Pres. Burton Now on Eastern -Tu
President Marion L. Burton was in
Philadelphia yesterday, where he ad-
dressed a. gathering of the alumni of
that city. He is scheduled to address
the New York City alumni today.
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fternoon in the par-
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should call for their

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"The Man Who Came Back,"
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