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October 21, 1921 - Image 7

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In the future no women's notices will
appear for more than three days.

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All women who plan to go to the
Illinois game must sign up today on
the bulletin board in Barbour gym-
nasium and call at Dean Jordan's of-
lice at a time to be announced later
to buy their tickets. A chaperone will
go on the special train.
Dean Myra B. Jordan will entertain
the seniors at a tea at 4 o'clock Friday
afternoon in Barbour gymnasium.

nLL I IIII1UII LLU UnIULU
Oil SAMEFOUNDATIONS"I
-PRINCESS TSIANINA
"We all base our principles on the
same foundation," said'PrIncess Tsian-
ina in speaking of the Indian people
to a group of University women Wed-
nesday evening at Martha Cook build-
ing.
"In travelling around the country, I
have come to realize the wrong im-
pression which people have of us,".
she continued. "There has been great
misunderstanding because of early as-
sociations." The princess thinks that
the Americans are unreasonable be-

cause they expect the Indians to adjust
themselves entirely to American cus-
toms and habits. "It cannot be done,"
she said, "any more than it would be
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LEARN TO DANCE
ARMORY
Prof.- Mittenthal from Detroit, the
most up-to-date dancing Instructor
will teach you the Terrace Fox Trot,
Culture Walk, and the University
Waltz. Class 7 to 8:30. Can be paid
in two payments. Ladies $5.00, Gen-
tlemen $8.00, for eight lessons.-Adv.
Dances at Whitmore Lake Pavilion,
Friday and Saturday. "Ike" plays.-
Adv.
Try a Daily Want Ad. It pays.-Adv.

Are you looking for good, c
wholesome butter, cheese, i
and cream?

THAT'S US

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THE HOME OF PURE MIL
TELEPHONE 423

Last Card."

THIS WEEK

Stage

(Detroit) - The Green-
Village Follies,,1920.
Michigan (Detroit)-The,

irls Attention! Rain water sham-
s, hair dressing, marcel-waving.
e and scalp treatment. Wigs for
t. Mrs.J . R. Trojanowski, 1110 S.
versity Ave., side entrance. Phone
-W.-Adv.
ances at Whitmore Lake Pavilion,
day and Saturday. "Ike" plays.-
on't forget to pay your Daily sub-
ption.-Adv.
AUTO LIVERY
416 S. MAIN ST.
PHONE 583-J .
With or Without Driver

There will be a meeting of the board
of governors of Alumnae House at 10
o'clock Saturday morning at Alumnae
House.
All women who have been warned or
are on probation should see Dean Myra
B. Jordan at once.
The women's department of the S.
C. A. will give a party for all Univer-
sity women at 8 o'clock Friday evening
in the social rooms of the Presbyterian
church.
All hospital social service workers
will meet at 4 o'clock Friday In New-
berry hall. Mrs. H. S. Mallory of the
Homoeopathic hospital will speak. All
girls interested are invited.
All girls in the second round of
the tennis tournament must play off
their matches by Saturday evening or
default. Scores are to be posted on
the bulletin board in Barbour gymnas-
ium.
All upperclass women' playing on
class hockey teams are required to
take a physical examination at the
Health service before 12 o'clock Mon-
day, Oct. 24.
Class hockey teams will be announc-
ed the first part of next week.
Chaperones for dances over the week
end are: Union-Friday, Mrs. H. G.
Berger; Saturday, Mrs. E. G. Heartt;
Armory-Friday, Mrs. Yates Adams;
Saturday, Mrs. H. B. Lazell; Packard
--Friday, Miss Martha Hills; Satur-
day, Mrs. H. W. Cake.
An honor point hike for women will
start at 9 o'clock Saturday morning
from Barbour gymnasium and return
at 12 o'clock. *
The second round of the tennis
tournament must be played off by Fri-
day night, Oct. 21, and all scores post-
ed on the bulletin board in Barbour
gymnasium.

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TWO MORE WONDERFUL DAYS
Friday - Saturday

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America's Fineet Pencil
FYNE POINT
I $1.00 upwardI
HALLE FULLER
STATE ST. JEWELERS

MIAJESTIC

THE BIG
DOUBLE SHOW

TODAY AND TOMORROW
THE KING OF ALL FUN MAKERS

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CHARLES

C H A P L I N

TODAY

AND SATURDAY

Thomas H. Ince
PRESENTS HIS DRAMA OF TODAY

IN HIS FIRST PICTURE SINCE THE KID
"THE IDLE CLASS"
AND YOU'LL SEE HIM DOUBLE
WHICH MAKES JUST TWICE THE FUN
ON THE SAME PROGRAM

other

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SEE

THE DEATH-DEFYING RACE IN A
HIGH-POWERED MACHINE VS. A
MAMMOTH LOCOMOTIVE.

On the Man's Coat
the Brand of Shame
On the Woman's
Heart the Brand of
Courage

"COURAGE"

A DRAMA OF

Its Thrilling!!!

A WOMAN'S COURAGE
SIMPLE IN THOUGHT,
SPLENDID IN POWER.

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S E E A MOTHER SAVE HER SON FROM THE STEEL HANDS
OF THE LAW.
IT'S A DRAMA OF DEVOTION

Send the

SEE THE ANCIENT CUS-
TOMS REVIVED AND USED
IN THIS MASTER PRODUC-
TION. YOU WILL ENJOY
EVERY SCENE.

Chi

idren to
the Matinee
Saturday

TWO BIG SHOWS IN ONE'
SHOWS AT 2:00, 3:30, AND 7:00, 8:30
MATINEES -- EVENINGS - CHILDREN
25c 25c-35c 1 c

The

Another Big One Sunday-

- Added Novelties -
TWO FACES WEST;
THE HALL ROOM BOYS
CURRENT NEVWS
ARCADEI
ORCHES TRA
ig Sunday! Elsie Ferguson in "Footlights"

BusterKeaton>

THE MAN WHO
SMILES

NEVER

ALLAN DWAI
PRESENTS
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IN -~

"The Haunted House"
THE FUNNIEST PICTURE EVER MADE
WITH FUN FAST and FURIOUS

A Delightfully Appeal
Handled with Exquisit
Beautifully T

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