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April 01, 1922 - Image 7

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-04-01

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1 !-I t

ARY

ELL, AND
TO BE

Follorving a, tradition established
m~any years ago the women of the Uni-
versity will give their annual lunch-
eon at 12:320 tod'ay in Barbour gym-
nasium. The event this year is to
serve as a medium for uniting alum-'
nae. and University women in support
of the University of Michigan league.
Attendance at the luncheon is ex-
pected to be un~usually large this year.
The "proceeds will be used to increase'
the building" fund. It is traditional!
that each class shall sit together at
the luncheon, and that freshman girls'i
shall serve, These traditions will ber
caried' out this year,
Dean Georgia White, of Cornell uni-
versity, who will speak at the luncheon
will be the guest of Dean Myra B.'
Jordan during her stay in Ann Arbor.
A dininer will be given in her honorj
tonight at Helen Newberry residence.
Tickets can be obtained for the
luncheon at Dean~ Jordan's office, Al-
umni Memorial halt,, and at Graham's
bookistore. Faculty women and friends
may purchase their tickets at the door
at 75" cents. ~
CORNERSTONE IS LAID
FOR CLEMENTS 11IBRARY
,(Continued fromt Page One)
"Aany early bookis of prime im-
portance 'exist in but few perfect
copies," said Librarian Bishop, "'and
in numerous cases but one such is
known. The task, then, of gathering
a real liberary of Americana is --and
h~as been for two centuries-supreme-
ly difficult and arduous.
"Fortunate indeed is Michigan that
one of her own sons has comibined
the scholar's judgmenit as to fun da-
menital value with the collector's
watchful and keen enthusiasm. And
thrice fortunate that he has had a
vision of what such a library can do
in promoting historical studies in his
Alma Mater."
Assumes Ob igvatioll
"In accepting the gift of Americana
the University is assuming the obliga-
tion of carrying into full fruition the
trust thus nobly monferred. There is
every prospect that the library will
grow with the years an~d will become
a notable part of the University's
equipment for research. The Regents
have already vote~d adequate support
and aid, but more is needed than merely"
an increase in the numiber of books and
documents Amposing the collection.
"This 'added something should be a
spirit of devotion to historical studies,
a, passion for truth about America,
which~ alone can justify such a gift
and such a building as this.
"Temnple of Atmeriean 1istory"
The speaker referred to the new
structure and the collection which It is
to house as a "Teninle of American~
History." In comparing the Clements
library to others of similar natureI
throughout the country, Librarian Bris-
hop stated that at Providence, R_ I.,
there is a collection possibly a little
more complete, but that the Clements
collection is on a par with or better

than any other similar library in the
country or in the world.
In closing his address he thanked
Regent Clements in behalf of the Uni-
versity for the generous gift and prom-
ised that the work of collecting the
Americana would be continued by the
University officials,
Alfaculty women' and townswom-
en are especially invited to come to
the women's annual luncheon to be
held at 12::30 today at Barbour gymftas-
ium. Tickets may be obtained at the
office of 'Dean. Jordan, the office of the
Alumnae, association in Alumni Mem-
orial hall, and at Graham's bopkstore.
Arrangements for a bi-annual re-
union which the Gamma' Phi Beta
sorority, had planned to give at noon
today have w been, changed because
of the luncheon given by the Women's
league. Following the Women's
league luncheon~ there will be a busi-
ness meeting and a supper /at .the
chapter 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.'
Bishop Williams will speak at the
Y. W." C. A. vesper services at 3:30
o'clock tomorrow afternoon in New-
berry hall.,
Tickets 'for the Alpha Phi dance" are
still on sale at Calkins' drug store,
Grahamn's and- Water'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
ias follows;attre
This morning at 10, o'clock, attre
Yellow Jacket, Plum Blossom, Daffo-
dil, Git Hok Gar.
Chaperones for dances over the week
end are: Union-Mrs. H. G, Berger;
Armory-Mrs. Yates Adams.
Freshman girls who will,, serve at
the Womnen's annual banquet must
buy' their tickets and report at 11:30
o'clock today at Barbour- gymnasium
Engagement Ann1ouilced by .Students
The engagement of Margaret Black,
'24, and J. M. Stedman, '22, has been
announced. Miffs Black is a member
of the 'Zeta. Tau Alpha, sorority and--
Sted man is a' member of 'the Phi Gam-
ma Delta ,fraternity.

ANNUAL DEMONSTRATION
6/TN NAT__GYMNAIUM,
Winning by at4otal of 51 points
over 45 the freshmen ;defeated the
sophomores in the annual gymnasticj
demonstration' given "Thursday after-
noon for the visiting' schoolmasters
by the freshman and sophomore gym-
nasium classes.
The events of the demonstration
'were judged in three main divisions,
gymnastic drill, marching, and games.
The 'freshman girls won a greater
number of points in the drilling thain
the sophomores, but the sophomores
were better skilled in the marching.
The last event, iin which the class
winning two out of three relay races
received ten points, was won by the
freshmen.
The demonstration of the use of ap-
paratus was mainly given as an exhi-
bition of the various pieces, and not
as a competitive affair.
The event which perhaps was the I
most unusual and unique on the pro-
gramn was composed of various, num-
bars of the dancing classes. There
were several dramatic classes. There
new variety not attempted before this
year by the department. "The Big
Brown Bear," "Of B'ier Rabbit," and
"Old King Cole," were among the clev-
er bits.
The demonstration as a' whole was
characterized by an unusually good
organization of events. The girls were
quick to enter into /the spirit of 'the
affair, and did their best at all times,{
showing ease and skill of execution 1
In all the numbers.
Something tsor sale? A Clas~ilfled
kd in The Daily 'will 'ind a buyer.-
"RIDER for PENS."-Adv.
STUDENTS LUNCHT
409 EAST JEFFERSON
OPEN 6:30 A~. M.
TILL 11:00 P. M.

MASTOID OPERATIONS PROVE
FATAL TO EARL RX. LAIDLAW
Earl Rt. Lailawi '22M?1, died Lit 1:15
O'clock Wednlesday afternoon at the
'[University hospital followving a seriesl
of mastoid operations. Laidlaw went'
to the" hospital' in December where
he underwent an operation for appen-
. AT THE THEATERSI

TODAY
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Arcade-William Farnum in-"A
Stage Romance."
Majestic- Norma Talmadge in
"Love's Redemption."~
Mimes-11. R. Warner in "Dice of
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dicitis. Mastoid trouble developed at!
the time, and Lailaw had three mas-
toid operations, the last occurring a
little over a week ago.
50 Military Ball Tickets Left
Approximately 50 people have not
yet called for their tickets to the Mili-
tary ball which will be given in Water-
man and Barbour gymnasiums on
April 28.. These people may prpcure
their tickets any time this week by
seeing George Lott, '22E, chairman of
the ticket committee at 803 South
State street, and paying their $5 ad-
mission fee.
FOR A
NICE DINNER}
I~TRY
WILLITS
Twenty-one years at the
northwest corner of Mich- I
gan 's Canmpus. If experi-
ence counts for anything
Willits' Restaurant should
be Ann: Arbor's best. eat-
ing place. Try one of our
dinners and be a believer:
SPECIAL STEAK
DINNER..........c
SPECIAL SUNDAY
DINN"ER........10
ICLUB LUNCH ,-: 40c
DINNER........60c
Baquet Hail in Connection
WILLITS
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Orp heum - Maurice Flynn
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hind Masks."
Wuerth - Irene Castle
"French Heels."

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Garrick (Detroit)-"Red Pepper"
with T cIntyre and Heath,
Shubert Michigan (Detroit)-
"The Bird of Paradise," with3
llawniian singers and players.

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MICHIGAN Mat. Wed. - hoc to $i.o
{ (DETROIT) Sat. Mat. . - 5oc to $i 5n
TRIUMPHANT FAREWELL TOUR
"1THE BIRD OF PARADISE"
with ANN READER
FAMOUS HAWAIIAN SINGERS and' PLAYERS
GARRICK Mat Wd. 50c to$1,50.
DETROIT Sat. Mat. - soc' to $i.So
The World's Most Famous Comedans
MoIN1TYRE & HEATH
In the :Snappy Musical Comedy
I "REDl PEPPER"
A GORGEOUS CARDEN OF GIRLS

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ar y classi who have !not yet paid
their class dues of $2 are urged to
do so at once. Checks are to be
mnailed. to the class treasurer at
2107 Wtishtenaw" avenue. Names'
of aanlor tits whose dues are' yet
inpaid Are now posted In the reg-
1 trtr's oflce. aeeordig to Wat-'
er R. Rea. president of the class.,

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&?bautiful and authentic pr-oduction. A. delightfa
picture. Win. Tarntrn is particularly fine"
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LAST TIMiS TONIGHT
A 19q22 Dramatic Jiaterpiece

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She's "Ginger"-Jamaica "Ginger"l- a fiery
little wail, yet a winner of men In
'Love '~Redemption"'0,
Coming Sunda~y

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with thrills from Cuba to ''y
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Every scene a sensa-
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"Business Is Business"i
It's a Roit of Fun with Several Big Laughs

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