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November 23, 1921 - Image 7

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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as Today From New York
/Iarion L. Burton will re-
om Buffalo, N. Y., where
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WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY
May Allison

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jAt the last meeting of junior girls
it was voted to levy a tax of $1 for
the expenses of the -Junior Girls' play
on all junior women. This is payable
at once either at the office of the dean
of women or to Margaret Kraus, '23.
Bluebooks are now being sold at the
League booth in University hall.
There will be no vesper services
-Wednesday because of Thanksgiving
vacation.
Solicitors for the Y. W. C. A. fin-
ance campaign are requested to sub-
mit their returns at Newberry hall
immediately.
The Stanley chorus of women's voic-
es will give a matinee dance from 2:30

to 5:30 o'clock Saturday afternion,
Dec. 3, at-the Armory. Tickets are
on sale at Graham's bookstore.
Not enough girls have signed up
for the course in playground instruc-
tion. It will not be given unless at
least 35 are signed up by the end of
the week.
Information about the Women'sI
Athletic associationtmaybe had from
a member of the athletic board from
4:30 to 5:30 o'clock on Mondays and
Thursdays in Barbour gymnasium.
Memberships will also be taken at this
time.
All graduate women in the Univer-
sity are invited to attend a tea given
by the Graduate Women's club from
4 to 6 o'clock Wednesday afternoon
in Barbour gymnasium.

WHITNEY
Mon Eve. 28
MAIL ORDERS NOW

English

Caps

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AYRES AND SMITH

NOW

IN

$300

"EBig, Gamie"

There will be a social meeting
T-Square at 7:30 o'clock tonight
the home of Mrs. Floyd Bartell.

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EDWARD

RE-CILI-N

Organist

of Immanuel Lutheran

Church,

New York

City

Members of the Masques costume
committee will meet at 4 o'clock Wed-
nesday afternoon in the Women's
league room at Barbour gymnasium.
There will be no Y. W. C. A. cabinet
meeting this afternoon.
Corresponding Sec'y Chosen by League
Lucy Huber, '23, has been unanim-
ously elected, corresponding secretary
of the Women's league by the board
of/ directors. The filliTig of this vac-
ancy was provided for in accordance
with the amendment passed by the
league:this fall which states that any
vacancy in the board of directors shall
be filled in the following manner: The
class representatives shall make three
nominations which shall be voted upon
by the board of directors and that girl
receiving the unanimous vote shall
be elected.

Most Popular Play of the Day
Prices 75c $1 $1.50 $2
Seat Sale Opens Friday

Wadhams & Company

IN RECITAL

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LAST TIMES TODAY

HILL AUDITORIUM

HELD

OVER,

AN

EXTRA,

DAY!

SO THAT EVERY ONE MAY HAVE A CHANCE TO SEE WHAT WE B
LIEVE TO BE THE BEST PICTURE YET SEEN THIS SEASON

Thanksgiving Day, November 24th

AT THE THEATERS

4:15 P._M.

"THE CHILD

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TODAY
screen

Organ Compositions
by Lutheran Masters

THOU

Arcade-"The Girl from God's
Country," an all-star cast.
Majestic-A John Stahl' produc-
tion, "The Child Thou Gavest
Me."
Wuerth-Harold Lloyd in "Nev-
er Weaken."

GA VEST ME "

ADMISSION FREE

*--

Orpheum-1May Allison
Game."

in "Big

Press agents' adjectives are not satisfactory to use to tell you
about this show. But frankly and honestly, we believe it has a
big appeal to every person that can move a muscle. No, it's
not a sob story nor an old problem play, but a great entertain-
ment that will make you laugh heartily and earnestly and then
stop you with admiration for the way the plot is worked out.
I s'pose if this ad says the show's a "bearcat" you'll come quick-
er so - it's . . . ask anyone!
G. H. HOAG, Mgr.
EXTRA COMEDY ATTRACTION

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THIS WEEK

Stage

Garrick (Detroit)-Doris Keane
in "Romance."
Shubert Michigan (Detroit)--
Goldywn's spectacle, ."Theo-
dora."
Monday, Nov. 2S
Whitney-"East is West."
Sandwiches, coffee, milk, chocolate,
pie, French pastry, delivery free to
your room till 11 P. M. We are giv-
ing soup, choice of three meats, bread
and butter, coffee or tea, dessert, all
for 35c. You can eat what and when
you like for $6.00 a week. Ham's
Lunch, call 1526-M, 538 Forest Ave.-
Adv.

"OH!

BUDD Y"

A Christie comedy that makes 'em all laugh

TOPICS

ORCHESTRA

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BIG THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY SHOW
"THE GREAT IMPERSONATION"
By E. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
YOU READ THE STORY - NUF SED!

V

WRtki

You heard
McCormack?

EVENING 7.00 -- 8:45
Adults ......30c
Kiddies ......lIOc

MATINEE 2:00 -3:30
Adults ....... 20c
Kiddies ...... 1l0c

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Then his records mean more to you
than ever before: His singing need not
become a half-forgotten memory but
may readily be a part of your daily life.
i You can hear this great tenor as often
as you wish with a Victrola in your
home-the same superb art, the same
distinctive personality.

LAST TIME TODAY
DOUBLE FEATURE

41!

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Lloyd lifts you high in
clouds of laughter..

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LLOYD
NEVER,

Lloyd, gives you goose-flesh
at his mid-air antics:
He's the greatest funster in
the world and his latest is
the greatest laughter-thriller
you ever saw.

"WHERE
LIGHTS

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ARE

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See it once "you'll
times.",

see it ten

LOW,,

You'll "Never Weaken."

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