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MASQUES CHOOSES
CHRISTMAS PLAY
"Why the Chimes Rang" is the
Christmas play to be given by Mas-
ques this year. Cast tryouts .for the
four main, characters ana the numer-
ous minor parts will be held from 3:30
to 5 o'clock Monday.. According to the
director, these characters necessitate
the portrayal of many different types,
and it is urged that as many members
as possible try out.
Because Professor Nelson's time is
so fully occupied by the training of
Comedy club for its production, Shaw's
"Pygmalion," the Masques play "Will
0' Wisp," scheduled for Nov. 26, will
be postponed until the first of next
semester.
A deposit will hold until Christmas
a gift box Crane, Hurd, Whiting,
Hampshire and other choice stationery
at 0. D. Morrill's, 17 Nickel's Arcade.
There were 299 senior laws in '92.

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momen
There will be an honor point hike,
starting from Barbour gymnasium at
9 o'clock Saturday morning, Nov. 12.
The probable hour for the usual
Normal course in playground instruc-
tion will be at 2 oclock on Wednes-
days. The course will not be given un-
less at least 35 girls sign up for it.
All sophomore girls must pay the
freshman spread tax of $1 immediately,
from 8 to 10 o'clock and 3 to 5 o'clock
Thursday at Dean Jordan's office or
at the women's room in Vniversity
hall.
Freshman Girls' Glee club will meet
at 4:15 o'clock Monday afternoon, Nov.
14, in the south parlor of Newberry
hall. All girls who have Michigan
song books are requested to bring them
to rehearsal.

THE "Y" INN
AT
LANE HALL
BEST QUALITY OF FOOD -SNAPPY SERVICE
Lunch and Dinner, per week-$6.00
OPEN TO MEN AND WOMEN
PRIVATE ROOMS FOR SPECIAL PARTIES

All Ann Arbor women interested in
an organization for town girls will
meet at 3 o'clock Saturday, at Bar-
bour gymnasium.
Graduate women students are invited
to the weekly Graduate club tea from
4 to 6 o'clock Monday in Barbour gym-
nasium.
All girls who have been placed in
the special gymnasium class by Dr.
Walker will report at 5 o'clock Monday
at the gymnasium instead of at their
usual hour.
The time for the dancing classes
has been changed to 4:15 and 5:00
o'clock on Mondays and Wednesdays.
Classes will start Monday, Nov. 14.
Work in the advanced gymnasium
class will begin next week at the hour
announced.
Freshmen.and sophomores who wish
to take work in the advanced class in
gymnasium may take the required ex-
amination at 5 o'clock on Tuesday,
Nov. 15.
All houses which wish to contribute
to the campaign fund for the-Women's
building by having a cake or home-
made candy sale at the booth in Uni-
versity hall on some particular day
may make arrangements by calling
Dorothy Jeffry, '24, 398.
i.g A. A.PLANS DANCE
ON THANKSIVING DAY
Arrangements are being made by the
Athletic association board to give a
public dance at the Armory on Thanks-
giving afternoon, the proceeds from
which are to increase the funds of the
Women's Athletic association, and to
enable it to contribute to the cam-
paign fund for the new Women's build-
ing.
The dance will be open to the public,
and will probably last from 2:30 to
5:30 o'clock in the afternoon. Tickets
be on sale at $1 a couple. It is plan-
ned to have a booth at which refresh-
ments will be sold, in order to raise
further funds.
It has also been decided to send a
delegate from Michigan to the mid-

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MICHIGAN vs MINNESOTA
The family will be down pretty soon
for the Minnesota Game!
Show them that self-satisfied and
well-fed look that can be obtained only

Arcade--"Experience"
All-star cast.

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Majestic- Gloria Swanson in El-
nor Glynn's "The Great Mom-
ent."
Wuerth-Pricilla Dean in "Repu-
tation."

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Van 's Lunch
IF WE SATISFY YOU ONCE YOU WILL
COME AGAIN
STOP IN ON THE WAY HOME FROM THE LIBE

Orpheum--Jack Hoxie in "Headin'
North."
THIlStagEEK
Stage

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1116 So. University

Phone 699-W

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

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Send Your Clothes
To Careful Cleaners

WALL PAPER

Large stock of select, exclusive
decorative design, both foreign
and domestic.
Best inside and outside painting and
decorating by skilled and experi-
enced decorators

SundaRy
Whitney-"Up in the Clouds."
western sectional meeting of the ath-
letic conference of American college
women, which is to be held at the Uni-
versity of Colorado- on April 7 and 8,
1922.
Ann Arbor Girls to Organize Today
Town girls who are attending the
University are beginning plans to or-
ganize as a group. . The purpose of
such an organization is to enable Ann
Arbor girls to act as a group in the
interest of the women's building and
to bring them in closer touch with
each other socially. All women in-
terested are urged by the committee
in charge to attend a meeting at 3
o'clock Saturday at Barbour gymnasi-
um. Dorothy McKim, '23, and Esther
Barth, '24, are helping to start the
organization.

Good clothes are worth taking care of.

Our

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cleaning method preserves and restores the new,
fresh, "right-out-of-the-box" appearance.
"SWISSILIZED GARMENTS STAY CLEAN LONGE'

We have the equipment and the experience to
serve you well. The finest and most delicate ma-
terials are in able, friendly hands when sent to us.

The Borne
PHONE 2508 -
209 South Fourth Ave.

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OS!WAL D A. H ERZ
112 W. WASHINGTON
Phone 353-F

In '92 thea senior class elected
football captain.

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SYMBOLS OF LOVE
ETERNAL
Love that endures is most beautifully expressed by gifts
that last.
Let jewels and jewelry carry your Christmas messages
of love and friendship.
Gems, .jewelry, watches, silverware are gifts that keep
alive the sentiment that inspires the giver.

Chaps

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CONTINUOUS SHOWS
SATURDAY and SUNDAY

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ADULTS=- 30c
KIDDIES- lOc

and

Rough

LAST TIME TODAY

Skin
Need

Priscilla

D a

HALLER & FULLER
State St. Jewelers

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BE

Troublesome

--IN
R E PU TAT .N"
THE HOUSE OF EXCEPTIONAL PHOTOPLAYS
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS IN "THE MARK OF ZORRO," HAROLD LLOYD IN "I
DO," D. W. GRIFFITH'S "THE LOVE FLOWER," OTIS SKINNER IN "KIS-
MET," PRISCILLA DEAN IN "OUTSIDE THE LAW," GEORGE BEBAN IN
"ONE MAN IN A MILLION," JAMES FENIMORE COOPER'S "THE LAST OF

Use

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OWEN MORE IN
"A CHICKEN IN
THE CASE"
"The

Cream

Now Its
Od

MARY PICKFORD
IN "THRU THE
BACK DOOR"
est"

25c and

50c

D. W. GRIFFITH'S
"THE FALL OF
BABYLON"

Starting Sunday

MAHLON HAMIL-
TON IN "HALF
A CHANCE"

Cold Winter Ahead!
Not however for those

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for future comfort.
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QUARRY"
Drug and
Prescription
Store
Cor. South State and

THE MOHICANS," PAULINE FREDERICK IN "SALVAGE," HAROLD LLOYD
IN "HIGH AND DIZZY," D. W. GRIFFITH'S "DREAM STREET," DOUGLAS
FAIRBANKS IN "THE THREE MUSKETEERS," AND MANY OTHERS.
"If it was an exceptional picture itplayedat the Wuerth
MATINEE - 2:00-3:30 EVENING - 7:00-8:30
ADULTS 15c ADULTS 20c
KIDDIES 1Oc KIDDIES lOc

much discomfort and

inconvenience
calling

later by

LAST

TIME

TODAY

CORNWELL COAL
CORNWELL BLOCK

North University
Phone 308,

Jack Hoxie

SUNDAY - TUESDAY
"The Last
OF
The Mohicans"

81 F-1

- PHONES

- 2207

G. CLAUDE DRAKE,
Proprietor.

-IN
"H eadin'

North"

and having them fill your bins.

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