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AT THE TIIEATERS

our Speciality

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"Eperything in Printing"
AYER- SCHAIRER CO.

Arcade - Jackie Coogan
"Peck's Bad Boy,"

First Women's
Party Planned
jUniversity- u-onien! Are you looking'
for the Michiganr spirit? You will find
it at the Women's league party at 7:30
o'clock Wednesday night in -Barbour
gymnasium.
This is the first chance of the year
for every University woman to meet
every other University woman, to make
new friendships and renew old ones.
There will be music for dancing, and
as an added entertainment parts of
last year's Junior Girls' play will be
given.
Now is the time to start the year
right. Be there at 7:30 for a big eve-
ning.

LAST TIMES TODA

2 S. Main St.

Phone 1404

Majestic-Clara Kimball Young
in "Straight from Paris." Also
"Crowning Torchy," comedy
with'Johnny Hines.
Orpheum-Charles Ray in 'Scrap
Iron."
Wuerth - Marie Provost in
"Moonlight Follies," and Clyde
Cook in a comedy, "The Sail-
or."

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MAGN[R NARDWAR[COMPANY

See our complete line of'
chains, cuff links, gold and
knives'and collar pins. Haller
ler, State St. Jewelers:,--Adv.

watch
silver
& Ful-

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I Shops
Phone 174-175M

THIS WEEK
Stage

-1 So. Main St.

STUDENT SUPPLIES

Garrick (Detroit)-Alice Delysia
with Lupnio Lane in "Afgar."
Shubert (Detroit)-Jimmy Hus-
sey and his Century Revue.

ALARM CLOCKS

WASTE BASKETS

Waom en

)JUSTABLE TABLE LAMPS

HANGERS
RAZORS

POCKET KNIVES
ASH TRAYS
ZOR BLADES

SHEARS

SMOKING STANDS

CHIMES

DESK SETS
WATCHES

)K ENDS

POKER SETS

)UBLE SOCKETS

ELECTRIC GRILLS

TOASTERS
RIC IRONS

ELECTRIC URNS
ELECTRIC CURLING IRONS

All gymnasium classes for fresh-
men and sophomores will begin this
week on Tuesday, Sept. 27, or on Fri-
day, Sept. 30, according to the hours
arranged. Classes will meet in Bar-
bour gymnasium, and it is necessary
that everyone be present.
The hours for sophomore gymna-
sium classes are: at 3 o'clock on Mon-
days and Fridays, and at 10,11 and 4
o'clock Tuesdays and Thursdays, All
sophomores must sign up for one of
these periods.
All locker tickets must be turned
in to Mrs. Blackborn before Friday,
Sept. 30, in order that locker assign
ments may be made before the begin-
ning of gymnasium work.
A Women's league party will be
held at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday eve-
ning in Barbour gymnasium for all
University women. There will be a pro-
gram, followed by dancing and re-
freshments.

.GARGOYLE BUSINESS STAFF
There will be a meetig of the
entire .business staff of the Gar-
goyle at 4 o'clock today.
LAST TIME
TODAY
CHARLES
RAY
-- IN-
"SCRAP
IRON"
WED. - THURS.
NEAL HART
-IN--
."Danger
V.alley.

AND TOONERVILLE TROLLEY COMEDY
- I -
THE SKIPPER HAS HIS FLI
KINOGRAXIS PATHE CARTOONS ORCHI
STARTING TOMORROW
Marshall Nofilan
-Presents -
"Bolb Hampton of Placl

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EVERSHARP PENCILS

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VIMJES tI WOOD The freckled
JAME KIRWOODwho is Bob 'Ha
A two-fisted frontier gambler, bringer of ha
always searching for some one. wonderful pal
ADDED FEATURES-A FIRST NATIONAL
"A GAME LADY" and PATHE C

ADULTS
KIDDIES

30c
lac

'UESDAY- WEDNESDAY
INm

Junior Girls' play
should be handed In to
'23, by Oct. 15.

manuscripts
Elsa Oiesen,

RED MEN ON THE WAR-1
Signal fires burning in the hills-A wagon train
bad Indian country-A shout! A shot! A
riders! Then. .. ..

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l

f CARL LAEM MLE presents
AR IE
hVOST
in the pen"~ictureofi
:a pret aby vamp who
could win all the men she'
wanted excepting the cave'
Manwhogot hery----- ,
NOON LIGH
FOLLIES#
Directed b KING BAGGOT(
Story by PUCIVAL WI LDE
AUNIVERSAL PICTUPEI

Before lockers are assigned to fresh-
men, all gymnasium clothes should
be marked and presented for inspec-
tion.
Sophomores who were here last
year should have their heart and lung
examination by 5 o'clock Thursday,
Sept. 29, at the Health service.
Tryouts for junior and senior class
hockey teams will meet at 5 o'clock
Monday, Oct. '3, in Barbour gymnas-
ium.
Girls who wish work may see Dean
Myra B. Jordan at her office. Mrs.
Jordan's office hours will be 8 to ~12
o'clock and 1:30 to 4 o'clock for the
present.
Rooms for women may be obtained
through the office of the dean of wo-
men. Girls are reminded that they
must see the dean before making any
changes in rooms.
WOMEN REGISTER
JN BARBOUR GYM
Time and confusion has been saved
this seiriester by the registration of
women in Barbour gymnasium. Stand-
ing line and the use of several rooms
was avoided.
A smaller enrollment of freshmen
and entering upperclassmenhasbeen
noticed. Much of this is due to the
earlier opening of the University. Many
students were misinformed by the
calendar in the old catalogs.
Mildred Sherman, '21, is assistant to
Dean Myra B. Jordan, succeeding
Marguerite Chapin, '20.
Miss Elizabeth Lloyd, a Vassar
graduate, has replaced Miss Lucy
Green, who was formerly Mrs. Jor-
dan's secretary.
Time Change Effective October 30
Ann Arbor city time will be changed
back to Central time, which is one
hour earlier than the present daylight
savin'g time on Oct. 30, the last Sunday
in the month.

!

ALICE.

LAKE

FINAL SHOWING
TODAY
Clara Kimball Young
IN
"STRAIGHT FROM PARIS"
TORCHY and, TOPICS OF
COMEDY THE DAY

.

IN A HIGHLY SPECTACULAR,
INTENSELY EMOTIONAL MELODRAMA
"Uncharted
a gripping story of the far North-packed with thrills
that succeed each other in a crescendo of interest.

MAJES
Wednesday
Thursday
A REAL TREAT

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A Picture that is far above the average.

ONE,

OF THOSE PICTURES EVERYBODY

M AJESTI
ORCHESTRA
LOUIS KILLIAN
Conductor

CENTURY COMEDY
"HOLD YOUR BREATH"
WITH LAUGHTER UNPARALLELED

CLYDE

COO K

MATINEES-2:00, 3:30 EVENINGS-7:00, 8:30

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