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November 13, 1921 - Image 9

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SPECIAL DISCOUNT ON
PERSONAL
CHRISTMAS GREETING CARD
ORDERS RECEIVED BEFORE NOV. 20TH

SYMBOLS OF

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ETERNAL

Michigan Dames will meet at 8
o'clock Tuesday evening at Lane hall.
Bruce M. Donaldson, instructor in the
fine arts department will give an il-
lustrated talk.
Mummers will meet at 3 o'clock
Monday afternoon in the west parlor
of Barbour gymnasium. Dues will be
payable at that time.
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.

CHRISTMAS

BOX STATIONERY

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

ON DISPLAY
A DEPOSIT WILL HOLD UNTIL DEC. 10TH

0. D. MORRILL
17 NICKELS ARCADE

HALLER & FULLER
State St. Jewelers

THE CAMPAIGN EMBLEM OF THE
National Y. W. C. A.

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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 ons some particular day
may make arrangements by calling
Dorothy Jeffry, '24, 398.
Y. W. C. A. BEGINS CAMPAIGN
FOR $3,000 TOMORROW
(Continued from Page One)
Geneva conference . ...........$ 60
Hot Springs convention ... ,.',..200
Undergraduate field representative 32
Rent ................. ......... 600
Contingent ..... ,..............183
Campaign............. ....150
Committees:
Social service ...........25
Conference.............. 10
Membership..................30
Finance.....................10
Publicity....................35
Social.....................150
Office....... ........150
World fellowship..............10
House.....................150
$3,000
The three campaign teams are head-
ed by Francis Ames, '23, Helen Bishop,
'22, Margaret Schnaple, '22.
The following are the campaign
chairmen: Campaign captain, Frances
Weimar, '22; business manager, Har-
riet Gustin, '22; stunts,Ruth Goodhue,
'22; publicity-chairman, Katherene
Montgomery, '22; newspaper, Dor-
othy Whipple, '22; posters, Ruth Sinz,
'24; window display, Grace Doughty,
'23; opening dinner, Margaret Reineke,
'23; finance wedding, Helen Schermer-
horn, '23; closingrally, Dorothy
Brown, '23; tags, Norma Judson, '22;
pep leader, Elsa Oiesen, '23; ex-of-
ficio-president, Getrude Boggs, '22;
treasurer, Helen Aubrey, '23.

Last,

W

est,

Hom e

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Be

S UDDENLY they have all grown up and left
her the babies she used to tuck in bed at
night. The-old house is empty and silent. All
have forgotten her. Her birthdays.pass unno-
ticed.
Each childhas embarked on a drama of his own.
Loves, ambitions, temptations carry them away.
There are moments of laughter and comedy, ro-
mance, adventure, tragedy. The story of their
lives sweeps you along.
Your life - your home - your mother - as they
might have been or as they are. "The Old Nest"
will awaken deep in your heart memories of the
mother to whom you ran with your childish
troubles.
Never before has the screen touched with such
beauty and dramatic force a subject which finds
an echo in the lives of every one of us. One of the
most heart-gripping dramatic stories ever nar-
rated.

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Hughes'

Heart-gripping Story of Home

Directed by Reginald Barker

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With The Greatest Star

Ever

Assembled

A Gdldivyn Picture

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AT THE THEATERS

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In the

Arcade-William S. Hart
"Three Word Brand."

And Still
Makers of
Victor Records

Another

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Scoop!

Majestic-George Loane Tucker's
production, "LadiesMust Live."
Wuerth-"The Old Love Nest."
Orpheum-"The Last of the Mo-
hicans."

M1larimba

Offering the Best
Dance Music
Added Concert of
Classical Music

Special Overture by
The Marimba Band

THIS WEER
stage

Garrick (Detroit)-Pat Rooney
and Marion Bent in "Love
Birds."
Shubert Michigan (Detroit)- A
Goldwyn feature, "Theodora."
Second week.
Tonight
Whitney-"Up in the Clouds."

Four Days Starting Sunday

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Schedule of Shows Patronize The MATINEES
SUNDAY

ADMISSION

Adults
Kiddies

50C
20c

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