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iociety wul nod a very im-
eting at 7':30 o'clock Wed-
ning at the Delta Gamma

nesday
house-

embers of the Women's Ath-
jation will be allowed to vote
s of the association at spring
on Tuesday. Any girl who
ied 100 honor points is elig-
embership. Those who areI
n whether they are listed as
>r eligible to membership are
to stop at the election table
city hall today.

T HlE THEATErS '

TODAY

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The regular practice of the Girls'
Mandolin club will be held at 7:30
o'clock Thuf-sday evening in Newber-
ry hall.
The Girls' Educational club will
meet at 8 o'clock tomorrow evening
in Martha Cook building,
There will be rifle practice at the
Armory Wednesday and Thursday
nights from 7 to 9 o'clock for all wo-
men taking rifle shooting as previous-
ly scheduled. Some instruction on
pistol firing will be given. All wo-
men interested are asked to come out
at the scheduled time.
Tryouts for tennis and archery.
teams will be held for all classes at
2, 3, and 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Junior and senior baseball team try-
outs will be held at 4 o'clock.
The second round in the tennis
tournament must be played off by all
classes by tomorrow night.
Classes for upperclassmen in ten-
nis and archery will be held tomor-
row afternoon.
Practice hours for juniors and sen-
fors in baseball are at 4:45 o'clock
on Mondays and Wednesdays; for
freshmen and sophomores, at 4 o'clock
on Mondays and Wednesdays.
A special rehearsal of the University
Girls', Glee' club will he held at 4:30
o'clock this afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium. At that time the ;Glee
club will pra'ctice with Earl V. Moore.
the songs which the club will sing.
at the May Festival. It is important;
that every member be present.
Senior Girls' play practices will be
held as follows: Today at 4 o'clock,
everyone in act 3; at 7 o'clock,. every-

one in act 1. The request is made by
the committee that everyone be on
time to the minute.
All girls whbo have feminine parts in
the Senior' Girls' play must be fitted
for costumes this afternoon at 723
Oakland avenue. All muffin men and
sailors must also be fitted this after-
noon,
WOMEN TO ELECT OFFICERS
TODAY WITHOUT REGISTERING
Today is election day for the wo-,
men as well as for the mei. There
seems to be some misunderstanding
about this question. No pre-registra-
tion is necessary for voting in the
Women's league and every woman on
the campus is expected to feel her
own responsibility in this matter as
a representative vote is desired. Vot-
ing will take place in the league booth
in University hall and will contniue
from 9 o'clock in hthe morning until
4:30 o'clock in the. afternoon.
NEWBERRY TO ENTERTAIN
FORMER DORMITORY GIRLSj
Invitations have been extended to all
women on the camp~us who formerly
lived a t Helen Newberry residence,
for a tea dancea to be .given from 4 to

6 o'clock this afternoon at that dorm-
itory. The Newberry orchesta will
play for dancing, and it is hoped that
gli women who have lived at Newberry
will attend this affair.-
Tea Given For Presbyterian Women
There will be a tea held at Martha
Cook building at 4 o'clock this after-
noon for Presbyterian fwomen and
all those interested in church work at
home and abroad, to meet Miss Mary'
E. Clark, who is here in the interest-
of religious education.f
EVENTS TO BE LISTED
I I
I The Michigan Daily desires to,
compile for publication a calen-
dar of all important campus
events between May land the
end of school. The dates. and
names of all such events must
be sent to the Calendar Editor,
Michigan Daily, at once.
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"28 LITS NOTICE

Phone 294-F2
Branch Store,'
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All members of the 1q22 liter-
ary class who have not yet paid
their class dues of $2 are urged to
do so at once. Checks are to be
mailed to the class treasurer at
2107 Washtenaw avenue. Names
of senior lits whose dues are yet
unpaid are now posted in the reg-
istrar's offce, according to Walt-
er 13. Rea, president of the class.

715 N. University Ave.,

320 E. L

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Arcade-May Murray in "Fascina-
tion."
Majestic-"Is Matrimony a Fail-
ure"
Orpheum - Constance Talmadge
in "Woman's Place."
Rae-Lois Weber in "Two Wise
Wives"

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ToSe
"TOO WISE
with LOIS w
Also Christy
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Wuerth - Wesley
"School Days."

B.ASE BAL
GET INTO
THE iGAM
SPALDING
EQUIPMENT
cLOVES, MrrTS,
BATS, BALLS, ETC.
tIM ca6enaua I e ssow..

Barry

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COAL

Chop Suey
CHINESE AND
AMERICAN RESTAURANT
Quang Tung Lo.
613 E. Liberty

1 Solvdy and Gas

PHONES :2207 and 81 F1

THE STAGE

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A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
211 So. State St. Chicago, ill.

Office:o

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Mimes-Union-"The 13th Chair,"
by Bayard Veirin.
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' ' CocaTCola Co.
" nta, Ga.

NOW
PLAY-
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NOW PLAYING

A brilliant drama of a

girl

who danced with danger in the notorious resorts of Madrid

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A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION
ROBERT Z. LEONARD

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Mae

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"Fascination"

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ATTRACTION
EXTRAORDINARY
LUXURIOUS
SETTING

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BEAUTIF
In Spain they. play the game of love for keeps.
what she does. Seldom comes to the screen a
hold you spellbound.

UL THEME

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iEGULAR
PRBICES

LAST TIMES TODAY

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A Feast of Entertainment

'Leo Ditrichstein's Peppy Farce
.S Atrioly

See the frenzied passion of a jaded caboret singer and
story With such a human appeal and a climax ,hat will

An Exceptional Cast REMEMBER
including ,"PEACOCK ALLEY"
CRIGHTON HALE and how Miss Murray capti-
HELEN WARE vated all Ann Arbor?
VINCENT COLEMAN "FASCINATION"
COURTEANY FOOTE - is greater and better than
and Others , "Peacock Alley"

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A Failure?

Offered by a Company of
Noted Players
including
T. ROY BARNES
LOIS WILSON
LILA LEE
WALTER HIERS
TULLY MARSHALL

A Paramount Pic-
ture that gives you
the inside dope on
Marriage and tells
why husbands leave
home. Your money
back if It isn't one
good long smile.

LAUGHS AND FUN

ADDED

TwO BIG REELS OF IT

"FROM SOUP TO NUTS"

PERCY AND FERDIE
featuring

SPEED AND ACTION

ID IT

THRILLS AND HUMOR

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Mlatinee
2:00-: 80
Evening
7:00--8 0
Last
Feature

COMING 500N - THE WONDER PICTURE

RUDOLPH
VALENTINO

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"BEYOND THE ROOKS"
Story by
ELINOR GLYN
L' GORGEOUS LOVE DRAMA EVI

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GLORIA

SWANSO

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- THE 3

FILMED

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