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November 09, 1921 - Image 7

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All women who are going to f
the Wisconsin game must sign up 1
Jbefore 5 o'clock Thursday at Dean
I Myra B. Jordan's office.
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Try a Daily Want Ad. It pays.--Adv.
SHURERT 'twice Daily
MICHICANi Matinee - .,OC to $r.5o
(DETROIT) .Nights ro 5c to $2.00
The greate~t screen eopectacle
the w.iorld hays c'ver known.
THEOqR
The history of the world has been written in'
love stories and this is one.
GAR RIrCK Nights~ - roc to $2.50
Mat. ed.& at. rc to $i.ro
DETROIT
The thrill of romancc. the sunshine of
laughter, the joy of music.
-Up in the Clouds --
THS YtJUTHFUTL BEAUTY CHORUS.

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Orpheum--Mary Miles
"All Soul's Eve."

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THIS WEEK

Stage

join Our

P honograph
Exchange

Record
Club

Cracked-Scratched Records
Exchanged for New Ones
The Wisteria Shop
330 Maynard St.
'Wed. -Thur.
Mary Miles
Minter
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Eve,
ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
SCHE>DULE EFFECTIVE OCT. to. 1921
Read Dwn Centrl Standard Time
A.M. .P.M. P.M A&PMA
Daly Daily Daily Daily
7:30 1:3o Lv... Adrian .. .Ar. 700o 12.45
8:o5 2:o5 ..Tecumse,... 6:2 12:10
8:25 2:25 ........Clinton....6:o5 ii :5
9:15 3:15.....Saline. 5:15 11:06
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STTNDAVS AN) HLIDAYS
P.M P.M.
3:30 Lv Adrian . .Ar 9J00
4:05 .. Tecumseh 8:25
4:25 Clinton ... 8:5
5:13 Saline 7:15
5:45 Ar. Ann Arbor Lv. 6:45
P.M. P.M.
BOOK THE NEW
University
Novelty Orchestra
For your next party
or dance
765.J: CONBOY, Mgr.
rwotowS A .V KOW
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~Sy PY V*AN -
O UR prices are as reasonable
as our services are depend-
able. We charge you but a
small profit on the fixtures we
sell and give you a bill for ac-
tual services and material only.
WM. HOCHREIN,
PLUMBER
Phone 25
211 South Fourth Aenue

Garrick (Detroit)-The musical
comedy sensation, "Up in the
Clouds."
Shubert Michigan (Detroit)- A
Godwyn feature, "Theodora."
Ulomen,
Upprclassmen who have work i
gymnasium from last year to make up
must see Miss Wood before Wednes-
day, Nov. 9, in order to arrange class-
es.
All sophomore women will meet at
4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon in Sar
ah Caswell Angell hall.
Girls wishingAQ sign up for the ad-
vanced classes in dancing, or in gym-
nastics and apparatus wrk should do
so at once on the bulletin board in
Barbour gymnasium.
There will be a meeting of the Girls'
Educational club at 8 o'clock tonight
in Helen Newberry residence. Prof.
James B. Edmonson will speak on
"Some Phases of Public Instruction."
There will be a meeting for new
members of Mummers at 4:45 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon in the Women's
league room at Barbour gymnaium.
Stage, costuming, ?nd property com-
mittees of Masques will meet at 4
o'clock Thursday in Sarah Caswell
Angell ball.' Other members are in-
vited.
There will be a meeting of the Wo-
men's Athletic association board at
7:15 o'clock Thursday night at the Chi
Omega house.
CUP GAME PLAYED TODAY
BY JUNIORS AND SENIORS
Ending te season, the "cup game"
between the Junior and senior class
hockey teams will be played at 4
o'clock this afternoon at Palmer field.
This is the championship game of the
year, and in view of its importance,
special interest is being evidenced in
the results. There will be a big bon-
fire, as 'there has been in the past,to
celebrate the completion of the series.
"India" to be Subject at Vespers
"Be a friend, bring a friend, make
a friend." Come to Newberry hall at
4 o'clock this afternoon for a social
hour, and stay for vesper services at
5 o'clock. Asha IAtika Haldar, grad.,
will talk on "India."
No Archtitet Party Saturday
Dub to an error, "Where To Go"
November 6 to 13 Issue, stated that
there would be an architect party Sat-
urday afternoon, Nov. 12, in the as-
sembly hal of the Union. There will
be no such party.
Michigan made a distinct departure
into the world of the practical when
it announced a course in housekeeping
In the late 'nineties.

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DELIVERY

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Adults
Kiddies

Days

Starting

Today

Subscribers are requested to
report any irregularity in deliv-
ery by calling 960. The Dailies
should reach all subscribers no
later than 7: 30 a. mn., and should
be folded, and on the porch.

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