lIl~ 11V£,& £A 1 dwL7tI I -1
>f the freshman and
s' social committees are
ieir accounts to the reg-
be audited, after which
brought to Dean Jor-
Li other girls' organiza-
equested to bring their
ks to be kept over sum-
persons having funds
an league campaign
n to the treasurer of
ommittee, Dorothy Jef-
an road at once. This
led for campaign, ex-
.1 be collected individ-
id in this week.
ing employment for
summer school or the
ose who will take girls
eir room next fall are
er at Dean Jordan's of-
be a practice for the
es at 4:30 o'clock to-
>on in the gymnasium,
Agnes Ayres will be featured today
and tomorrow in "The Ordeal," inter-
preting the role of a young widow
who inherits a fortune which she will
lose if she marries again. Miss Ay-
res' wardrobe in this picture is said
to be a real delight.
Jack Holt and Bebe. Daniels are co-!
stars in "North of the Rio Grande"
which is here for the next three days
of the week. Beautiful spots of rug-
ged country and cliff dwellers along
the Apache train in Arizona form the'
background for the picture.
In "The Crimson Challenge" Dor-
othey Dalton is the hard-riding, two-
gunned heroine, who successfully av-
enges herself upon her father's slay-
"Foolish Wives," a photodrama of
life and intrigue at Monte Carlo is
here for the first five days of the,
week. Erich Von Stroheim the auth-
or, star and director of the production
has achieved the stunt of making the
hero of the picture a villain., eH has
hero of the picture a villain. He has
the part of a. scalawag Russian, mas-
querading at Monte Carlo as a'
"Count" and who jauntily pursues his
way through the story victimizing
'foolish women by his "he-vamp"
methods. Raymond Hatton is featur-
ed for the last two days of the week
in "His Back Against the Wall."
Norma Talmadge, Harrison, and
'Julia Hoyt head the cast in "The
'Wonderful Things" which is the at-
traction here for the first three days
of the week. The picture begins in
the aristocratic circles of England
and ends on a hog ranch in Iowa.
Edna Murphy and Johnnie Walker
are,featured Wednesday and Thursday
in "The Jolt" which is a story of a
valorous thief, his bride and his re-
Barbara Castleton and Adele Far-
rot yet had their
must make ap-
ice of the direc,
tween 8 and -12
to use all sorts of crafty arguments to
get an -occasional evening with the
Wallace Reid and Mary MaeLaren
are featured for the rest of the week
in "Across the Continent." Theodore
Roberts also has a prominent role.
The picture is as good and as thrill-
ing as most of Wallace Reid's pictures
"Three Live Ghosts," by Frederick
UIsham, unquestionably one of the best
comedies to be in Detroit this season
will be the offering of the Bonstelle
company beginning tomorrow night.
While not in any sense a war play,
the action centers around three re-
turned soldiers, all of whom have been
reported dead. "Three Live Ghosts"
develops two interesting romances
and is full of amusing and clever sit-
PARTY FOR, CHILDREN
A 'three-ring circus could have no
more attractions for childhood than
did Barbour gymnasium yesterday aft-
ernoon for the 250 children who at-
tended Dean Myra B. Jordan's twen-
tieth children's party. Never were
rope ladders, jumping boards, and
swinging ropes so popular.
At 4 o'clock the children went to'
Sarah Caswell Angell hall where
they were entertained by a fairy
play, "The Blue Prince," which was
presented under the direction of
Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson. With the
reassurance from Dean Jordan that
the old witch wasn't real and could-
n't possibly hurt them,, the play be-
gan, accompanied by delighted little
shrieks from 'a more than apprecia-
tive audience. They gloried in the
bravery of the chivalrous Blue
Prince, and exclaimed about the beau
ty of the Princess Rose.
At the end of the play, in behalf
of all the 'children who have enjoy-
ed Dean Jordanu's parties from 1902
until 1922, Prof. R. M. Wenley pre-
sented Mrs. Jordan with a silver tray
and Mr. Frederick P. Jordan with a
pair of opera glasses.
A limitless variety, it sems, on the
menu for Sunday dinner at the Mich-
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COMUfTTEES AXE ANOU ICED
BY MASQUES FOB XT YEAR
Chairmen of Masque"' committees
have been announced as follows for
next year: Play-reading, Mary Ives,
'23; property, Beatrice Champion, '23;
stage, Ruth Workheiser, '23; costume,
Elizabeth Rigby, '23; coaching, Cath-
erine Greenough, '23; casting, Es-
ther Welty, '23; publicity, Elsa lies-
en, '23; play-writing, Mattie Proud-
foot, '23; prompting, Katherine Cur-]
rah, '22; make-up, Ruth Rost, '25.
SENIOB LIT NOTICE
Those who have not yet paid
their senior class dues please
mail check for $2 to the treasurer
at 2107 Washtenaw avenue beforae
Thursday, June 1.
WALTER B. REA,
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And Candy for two,
With waters cool,,
And skies so blue.
A Box of our Candy will
sweeten up a chance. No
better time to enjoy a few,
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with a Box of Crest Candy
or one of our lunches.
Fancy Package of
Mr. North Pole will meet
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Our fountain is a Niagara
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coast to coast
drive his car
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AND RACING Ti
NIGHT TO BE
hft, which corresponds
the lives of the women
ity, is an event which
creasingly important in
ars. It is expected that
this year, to be held
ht, will go even farth-.
in the past to bring the
together. Every care
so that the affair will
nts in all sports will
beginning at 5 o'cldck
n and finishing before
ight ceremonies which
as soon as it is' dark.
layed at this time. As
:eated the freshmen in
ry game last Thursday
11-1;~ the junior team
ophomores for the final
nship game in qdoits
in archery and tennis
layed off at this time.
ve won one single, and
in their preliminary
t the freshmen, and will
the sophomores on
.he championship. The
finals will be so ar-
will be possible for
d in more than one
11 the events, as they
d events, there will be
ance 'by some of the
e dancing classes, fol-'
nic supper for all. It is
tested that all girls,
ive in regularly organ-
not, arrange to come
lunches. This is said
the most interesting
'ear by those who have
e supper, awards will
o girls who have won
>y Helen Bishop, '22,
e Women's Athletic as-'
order to receive their
Lecessary that all girlsl
t is dark, the Lantern
n will begin, in which
all classes are accus-
part. The march will
I by the singing of class
lly will end with the
Lantern night song,'
he progression of the
JIMS L LASII
rington are featured in "The
Thou Gavest Me." This is a
drama which has an unusually
climax and an-original ending.
So. far as we 're concerned
"Too Much Wife," a gentle satire
on marriage in here Sunday and Mon-
day. Wanda Hawley has the part of
a wife who makes the mistake of let-
ting her husband do just as he pleases
with a result that he becomes bored
and disgusted because he did not have
eat fro m a single order.
No charge for extra service
The Arcade Cafeteria
Upstairs in Nickels' Arca4
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Wanda Hawley, in
- "The Ordeal," with
-Norma Talmadge and
1 Ford in "The Won-
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