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somR s, iae. THE MICHIGAN AILY

Women

(Continued from Page Six)
,All sophomore women will meet at
4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon in Sar-
ah Caswell Angell hall.
All girls who have not yet had their
lockers assigned must do so at once,
and each girl must have her entire
set of gymnasium clothes marked' and
in hr locker before the starting of in-
door classes.
Members of the Freshman spread
committee may consult with Mary
Hayes, '24, from 3 to 4 o'clock on
Tuesdays and Thursdays at Barbour
gymnasium.
Women who are planning to attend
the Wisconsin game may secure their
tickets from 2 to 8 o'clock Tuesday
at the Michigan Union or later at the
Michigan Central depot.

Communications
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
Your article on University enroll-
ment, appearing in Sunday's Daily
contained mistakes in each and every
sentence, although the tabulation,
which was given you at a late hour,
was entirely complete and accurate.
The counts of October 15 and Nov-
ember 1 are both preliminary, but
true at the time; the latter exhibits
substantially the figures for the first
semester. The number now registered
is 9,227, a gain of 309 over last year.
The registration in the College of Lit-
erature, Science, and the Arts is 5,066,
a gain of 251. The Graduate school
also shows a gain of 148. The enroll-
ment in the University Hospital,
Nurses' Training school is 169, a gain
of 20. In the Summer session of 1921
there were 2,815 students, a gain of
590 over the session of 1920.
Subject to the uncertainties in the
estimates of the enrollment in the ex-
tra mural classes, now in progress,
the number coming in February, and
the net figure from the Summer ses-
sion not here again this year, the
net grand total will be approximately
11,22'7.
Very sincerely yours,
ARTHUR G. HALL,
Registrar.
Professor Craig urged the literary
students to be present at final exam-
inations In 1895.
Ip
illo

SWAIN WILL GIVE LECTURE
ON "NODAKING IN CAIRO"
''Kodaking in Cairo" is the subject
of an illustrated lecture to be given by
George R. Swain, a member of the
Latin department and official photo-
grapher of the University, under the
auspices of the Scroll, at 7:80 o'clock
Wednesday evening, in Natural Science
auditorium. No admission will be
charged.
Immediately after the lecture, the
Scroll will hold a short business meet-
ing for the purpose of electing officers
for the year.
In 1896 the University of California
held classes under tents because of
the scarcity of class rooms.
SHUBERT Twice Dailyf
Mi CHICAN Matinee - 5oc to $1.50
(DETROIT) Nights - 50c to $2.00
The greatest screen spectacle
the w orld has ever known.
THEODORA
The history of the world has been written in
love stories and this is one.
GAR RICK Nights - -Soc to$2.50
DETROIT
The thrill of romance, the sunshine of
laughter, the joy of music.

TWELVE SENIOR GIRLS TAKEN
INTO NORTARBOARD SUIDAT1
Twelve new members were initiated'
by Mortarboard, national senior honor
society for women, Sunday morning at
the Barton Hills Country club.
Those initiated were: Euphemia1
Carnahan, Ruth Deemer, Harriet Gus-1
tin, Camilla Hayden, Katherine Mont-.

gomary, Joyce McCurdy, Margaret
Schnaple, Margaret Spaulding, Hazel
Stor, Nova Lovewell, Doris Sprague,
and Elsie Townsend.

es Wednesday morningl TAn 0q
will get you a bit of f4 that
melt in your mouth, gave you i
starvation and make it o to
tend your 9 o'clock. Beides ev

Otkes to be Sold at League Booth cake bought will add to the gr
Ummm, imagine that-delicious lit-
tie cakes, the very kind mother used
to make, right there in University hall There were nearly 1WD tuden$g
where you can get them between class- istered in the School of Mu1p iIA

ow

c

Priscillal

Dean

REPUTATION ca;W i, just two v
rieties - Good anh Dad.
A Good Reputatlon Is the har&
thing to get and the easiest thL
to lose,
A Bad Reputation is the easiest thi
to get, and the hardest thing to los
Reputation can be the most exalth
/ or the most damning thing in Ii
Reputation is the right hand of Fa
-that points out the road to Su
cess or Failure.
Reputation is an invisible pedestal,
which we stand like statues, mark
Famous or Infamous.
Reputation is priceless and yet, it
within the reach of everybody.

in

"REPUTATION"

AT THE THEATERS

Starting ADULTS
WEDNESDAY KIDDIES

" a Y0\/

T'ODAY

-- Up in the Clouds
THE YOUTHFUL BEAUTY CHORUS.

- -

mm

lo

Screen

"Made

Arcade-Tom Moore in
in Heaven."

Majestic-Betty Compson in "At
the End of the World."
Wuerth-"The Son of Walling-
ford." An All-star cast.
Orpheum- Constance Talmadge
in "Wedding Bells.'

TODAY ONLY

THIS WEEK

Stage

Garrick (Detroit)-The musical
comedy sensation, "Up in the
Clouds."
Shubert Michigan (Detroit)- A
Goldwyn feature, "Theodora."

I

Last Time Today
CONSTANCE
TALMADGE
IN
6Weddin Bells'
HAROLD LLYOD
in
"Among Those Present"

JUST A STEP ASIDE FROM BUBBLING WELL ROAD, OF FAR RENOWN, THERE RUNS A DINGY

BYWAY NOTORIOUS AS ONE OF THE "CROSS ROADS OF THE WORLD"-

In Shanghai-

HERE WAS LOCATED

I

i
AIP

"The Paper lantern"
HER FATHER'S GAMBLING DEN, WHOSE
GLOW NIGHTLY DREW AN EVERCHANG-
ING MOTLEY GATHERING OF THE LOST
AND STRAYED - THAT IS THE SETTING
OF THE MELODRAMATIC FILM STORY OF

TODAY ONLY

STARTS TOMORROW
ATTRACTION
EXTRAORDINARY?
29 STARS

I

THE UNDERWORLD.

Tom
Moore
IN
Made m
Heaven
"THE STORK'SMISTAKE"
Hilarity Galore
LATE NEWS AESOP'S FABLES
OVERTURE.
"6TIhe a vi an ce .......IpHrbrt

P
rfExperience,
RCHARD BARTHELMESS
as YOXJTH"
"
All the adventures
that Youth has ever
dreamed - m a d e
real? Moulded into
a drama that beats
with the heart-throb
of the world.4
A GEORGE
P P.OIJUCTION
AND AT
REGULAR PRICES

the

World"

WITH

BETTY

COMPSON
Star of "The Mriracle Nan "

"At The end of

TOPICS

ORCHESTRA
USUAL PRICES

ADDED COMEDY FEATURE
"NOTHING LIKE IT"
A CHRISTY LAUGH FESTIVAL
ATTRACTION EXTRAORDINARY

SUNDAY SHOWS AT
1:30-AE3:00-T430
7:00 - 8:30
LAST FEATURE AT 9

, 1IL l El Til 1T - f~ i i Sl'

i
A

iSTAI(TING( TOMIh4ROQW

STARTING TOMORROW

Gloria

in
Elinor Glynn 's

"The Great
Moment"

Swanson

By the celebrated author of "THREE WEEKS"

9

Pr

AND WE CAN'T HELP BUT ADD THAT WE HAVE BOOKED THE OUTSTANDING PICTURE OF
THE YEAR FOR THE MAJESTIC-IT'S "THE CHILD THOU GAVEST ME"-COMING.

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