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May 14, 1922 - Image 9

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-05-14

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There will be a meeting of all Uni-
versity women who live in Ann Ar-
bor at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
in Barbour gymnasium. This special
meeting has been -called for the pur-
pose of making a decision concerning
a proposition to raise funds for the
University of Michigan ' league cam-
paign.
Plans Completed
For Sorosis fete
With elaborate plans under way
for decorative effects which have tak-
en much time and effort, the lawn
fete to be given by Collegiate Sorosis
for the Lienefit of the Michigan league
campaign fund on Saturday evening,
May 20, promises to be one of the
most attractive affairs of its kind.
The entire lawn in front of the house
will, be lighted'by a series of electrical
contrivances beneath which the tables
for refreshments will be placed. The
girls promise that the quality of straw-
berry short cake which is to be serv-
ed will do much towards the success
of the affair.
An attempt is being made to cater
especially to those whose previous en-
gagements will make it impossible to
attend all evenig, No admission will
be charm - . to the affair itself but
small cldages will be made for danc-
ing, refreshments, and fortune-telling
in the booths on the lawn.
Music for dancing will be furnished
by a campus orchestra from 8 to 11:30
o'clock, th, entire lower floor of the
house being used for this purpose.
Much emphabis is laid on the fact that
the affair is to be a get-together for
students and town people. Special
arrangements will be made to care for
May Festival patrons and others
who come for but a part of thq evening.
Ann Arbor Custom Shoe Factory,
shoes tailor made to suit your indi-
vidual taste. Sport shoes our special-
ty. Bring your repairs' to the place
where shoes are mad. 534 Forest
Avenue.-Adv.
SENIORS
and other graduates, get just the po-
sition you want as a teacher through
us. Good September openings. No
elementary subjects. -Largest bureau
of its kind. Write for details and list
of Michigan graduates placed by us.
SPECIALISTS'
EDUCATIONAL BUREAU
ODEON BLDG., ST. LOUIS, MO.

CHILDREN CO-STAR
WIT H MEIGHAN
Five small chiildren furnish serious
competition for honors for Thomas
Meighan in his latest picture, "The
Bachelor Daddy," which will appear
the end of this week at the Majestic
theater under the auspices of the
sophomore girls of the University.
Meighan as a rich mine owner adopts
the five children of one of his em-
ployees who was killed in an attempt
to save the boss's life. After many
interesting escapades the children fin-
ally show him the way to true love.
The picture is being given for the
benefit of the Michigan league cam-
paign fund but the committee wishes
to announce that it will be money well
spent to go. In addition to the feature
picture there will be added attrac-
tions by persons of well established
reputation along dramatic lines.
Tickets may be bought at the the-
ater or from any of the sophomore
girl .
Best dinner of the year. That's what
you'll say after eating the delicious
roast chicken and tasty dressing-
special this noon at the Michigan Cafe-
teria.-Adv.
Read Michigan Daily Ads and you
will buy wisely.-Adv.
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TODAY-MONDAY
William S. Hart
"THE DAWN MAKER"
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A presentation of entirely new things
that every woman will want to see.
Styles for many occasions' wear from
simple,. yet ever so tasteful, porch
frocks to exquisite, dainty afternoon
dresses with a charm which so befit-
tingly characterizes the fine apparel
shown by this House. You will take
pleasure in viewing the display.

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TODAY -MONDAY
Marry in Haste and Annul at Leisure!

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Not much bigger than a pint of cider -.- but she could cook and bale
and wash and sew to beat the band.
So her two uncles who were so tight they'd put a nickel through a
wringer before they let go of it, arranged to marry her to a local
Romeo.
And then came the stranger, and the night of the robbery-uAnd In
this story which began at such a leisurely pace things began to hap-
pen a mile a minute.
A robbery, a riot, a brave rescue, a marriage at the point of a gun,
a struggle between two women for a mans love, a fire, and a smash-
ing climax-

"A HOMESPUN VAMP"

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A SUNSHINE COMEDY
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