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March 31, 1922 - Image 7

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onen and townswom-
ly invited to come to
anual luncheon to lbe
at Barbour g~ymnas-
ay be obtained at the
ordan, the office of the
aton in Alumni Morn-
t Graham's bookstore.

Chaperons for dances over the week
end are: Union-Friday, M~~rs. E. G.
Hleartt; Saturday, Mrs. H-. G. Berger;
Armory-Friday, Mrs. H. B. Lazell;
SaiturdayN, Mrs. Yates Adams.
Mortarboard will continue its sale
of. gloves for the benefit of its schol-
arship fund from 10 o'clock until noon
and from. 2 until b o'clock today In
University hall,
T /I THE TREATERS I
TODAY I

SCHOOLh CONFERENCE IN
«"0 DAY SESSION AT S. C.

A.

Students who desire to conduct daily,
vacation Bible schools in Chicago and
Detroit next summer will be trained
for their work at a conference today
and tomorrow in Lane hall. Workers
will have all of their transportation
and expenses paid.
Some of the speakers and leaders'
at the conference' here will be Rev.
3.,8 Armentrout, Chi,'.Philu elphia;
Mer. R. K. Mohr, of Lansing: Dr. W. T.
Jaquess, of Detroit;' Mr. Clarence
WVright, of Lansing; Rev. C. B. Hawk-
ins, or Lansing; Rev. W. B. Shi rey, of
Ann Arbor, and Lewis C. Reimanln and.
Harold C. Coffman of the S. C. A.
"RIDER for PENS."--Adv.
IAIO RAE

Special for the Sophomore Prom, a
Imarceller and -hairdresser to assist
at Mrs. Stoddard's Hair Shop'-Adv.
You'll find many bargains when you
read Michigan Daily Ads.--Adv.
Try a Daily Want Ad. It uayv.--&dv.

Io nt amu u yr ARAI
with ANN REAME
FAMOUS HAWAIIAN 8SINGRS and

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rangements for a bi-annual re-
n which the Gamnma Phi Beta'
irity hadl planned to give at noon
rday have been changed because
he luncheon given by the Women's
;ie. F'ollowing the Women's
ie luncheon there will be a busi.-
meetnge and asupper i te

STUDENTS. Do you knol
our Fountain Pen Service is b 'e p re c hc svl

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house.

All Y. W. C. A. pledges must be in
by April 1. Girls are asked to attend
to this at once. The money may be
paid at Newberry hall.
II
Bishop Williams will speak at the
Y. W. C.- A. vesper services at 3:301
o'clock Sunday afternoon in Newber-
ry hall.
Tickets for the Alpha Phi dance are
still on sale at Calkins' drug store,
Graham's and Walir's bookstores, the
Busy Bee, and may also be obtained
from any member of Alpha Phi soror-
ity. The rumor that all the tickets
were sold is erroneous.
"Yellow Jacket" rehearsals will be
as follows during the rest of this
week: Today, 3 o'clock, act three, Daf-
fodil, Yellow Jacket, Git Hlok Gar;
at 4 o'clock, Loy Gong, Kom Loi; Sat-
urday morning at 10 o'clock, act threw~,
Yellow Jacket, Plum Blossom, Daffo-
dil, Git Hok Gar.
Because of the annual luncheon
which is to be held on Saturday, the
Women's league party for this week~
has been postponed until the Friday
after spring vacation.

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Arcade--William Far
Stage Romnance."
Majestic- Norma T.
"Love's Redemptioi
Mimes-H, B. 'Warner'
Destiny."
Orpheum - Maurice
"Bucking th~e Line.
Rae-Dorothy Dalton
hind Masks."
AWuerth - grene I
"French Heels."

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Flynn inj
n in "Be-
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Dorothy Dalton in
" Behind Masks"

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one from our select stock,

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This "Ad" and 15 cents will admit you
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BASE BAL
GET INTO
THE GAME
Wrrn
SPALDING'
EQUIPMENT
GLOVES, MITTS;
RATS. BALLS, ETC..
oar catclgue ie now ready.
It's tYo.refor the ankiag.
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Rider's Pen Shop

lpith the Calkin-Fletcher D;

Garrick (Detroit)--"Red' Pepper"
with McIntyre and Heath.
Shubert Michigan (Detroit)-
"The Bird of Paradise," with
Hawaiian singers and players.
" RIDER for PENS."--Adv.
Patronize Daily, Advertisers.-Adv.

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There's nothing as new been shown& so fur
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New Arrivals of
Fine. Quality, Trig.

When you step into one. of these new Spring outfits you
can be prideful of your looks. Suits of Piquetine,
Cord Twill, Tricofina, 'Velour checks and the finest
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CASTLE'

The .New Hats Have 4rrived
The bands are a little wider, brims narrc~wer.
crowns a trifle higher than before." And style
is built right into -them. Colors; dozens of
shapes of grey and tan.

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tow work and Palma nearly d
loneliness. VWhen temptation cai
actually welcomed it.
Perhaps you'lli sympathize with
and perhaps you won't, but in
event_ you'll like the story and
like Irene Castle better than eve
the sort of picture that holds y~
terest to the very end.

YOURS IS WAITING FOR YOU

pALMA ,MAY,. like the Irene Cas-
'tle of real life, was the brightest
figure in New York's brightest night
life./ And then Lieut. John Tabor
came into her life and carried her away
to his father's lumber camp on her
honeymoon..
It was great sport at first, but the ca-
nary died, John's father made John go

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