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May 05, 1922 - Image 7

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TODAY

,ve been muailed, out by
Girls' play commxittee to
d houses expaning the
aticket sale for "Pomand-
'he first sale will be open
iily, from 2 to 6 o'clock
mroon, while the sales
.d Wednesday afternoons
n to the geeal public.
be sold at the box office
torinin all three days.
ng tickets will be on sale
the Whitney theater.
ave been distributed all;
bor announcing the play.
is are in the hands of the
many of the details of the
ng worked out.
me commuittee reports that
s are practically finished
very Way adapted to the

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jArcade -- Constance Binney in
"The Sleep Walker."
M ajestic - "Bouaght and Paid
For."

Rehearsals .foir the senior" play will
tie as follows: F'riday at" 4 o'lock,
acts 3, 1,' in N'ewberry hall;. at 7:15
o'clock,. acts 3, 2, University hall. Sat-
urdlay,8.30 to 12 o'clock, acts 1, 2, 3,
M.uffin and Hornpipe -men .due at 9
o'clock. At 4 o'clock, Act..3.
Mofrtarboard society will ,hold a
meeting' at 10 o'clock Sunda~y morning
a Gt Hlelen Newberry residence.
All girls who have signed up .for
wo crk in the candy booth in University
h ail are requested to report t 'the
hours they are signed up for. Under
thie present arrangements Fany ~girl
who fails to take charge of the booth
at the tine she is accountable for will
be .fined $2:00.
Houses that .wish to have candy on
sale may do so by sending a rep-
resentative to the booth and signing.
up for the. amount taken.

W hitson ; - -eniirs; ~Harvey vs. Phil-
lips, WVolszynski vs. Troy, Blanche
Smnith v-s. Gamble.
Evreryone holding tickets for
"Y ellova Jacket,", or money. for tickets
sald is asked to settle from 2 to 4
o'clock this afternoaon at the booth in
University hail No .final report can
be given until all the tickets are ac-'
counted for.
"RIDER for PENS." Nickle's Ar-
cade,--Adv.

will apprecee' a special
Mo cther's Day bob

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Orpheun -- Frank 'Mayo
"Across the Deadline.''
Rae-"A -Certain Rich Man."

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frlother 's day, Play 14th

WVue~th-"Marry the Poor +Girl,":
with M4r. and Mrs. Carter De
Haven.

FRIDAY - S'ATURDAY
Frank Mayo '/t'

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709 M. Unirersity

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"Across the

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en's league part-
afternoon, mark-
of a series ofI
have as a fea-
Mlummers, "Sup-
he play will be
rell Angell 'hall
will be followed
shments in Bar-
arge crowd will
e party and help
a success.
atest styles, from
.t 0. D. Mrrill's,
Adv.

Fridlay and Saturdaiy
IMimes-Union-"T'he 13;th Chair,"°
S by IBayard Veirin. I
It was incorrectly stated in yes-
terday's issue of The Daily that tick-
ets for the '221 annual Step might
be secured for $6.00. These tickets ark
selling for $3.00.
Students who have investigated de-
clare that there is .a variety of foods
served at the Arcade Cafeteria un-
equalled anywhere else in town.:-Adv.
100 visiting cards printed from your'
plate, $1.75. 0. D, . Morrill,17t Nicke's_
Arcade.-Adv.
"RIDER for PENS." Nickle's Ar-
cade -Adv.

The followiing tend~s matches must
b ke played off' by tonight:. Freshmen,.
Baikker. vs. H igley, Kinigsley 'vS.
R fanckr, HoulIe vs. Jarvis, Mountain vs.
N'\otle , How ell vs. Mansfield, Harshr
vs. Hastings; .sophomores, Steele vs.
Craigie, B urdick vs. Waterworth,
Early vs, Kenaga; jutniors, Wires.. vs.;
Watermran, John sen vs. Ely, Hailer v .
Binenting, Christian vs. Phelps, Coe vs.

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WOME
desiring summer: em-
ploy ment ,please be' at
the West Parlor, Barbour
Gymnasium, Sa.t ur da Y
motning, May 6, at 10
o'clock.

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Women's and Misses' newest suits
with k~nee length coats, are instantly
appealing, because they are very
smart. Faultlessly tailored in Twrill
weaves and Piquetines in navy and
black. They have few adornments.
Narrow, slendeiilng belts, free swing-
ing. back panel. .brought about by
slashed sides. A typical youthful
style is pictured.

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With a Chan~ge of Feature Numbers
Scottish Dance, "Sheem Tres," Fanny Brice's "I'm An Indian," and Others.

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