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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WtIomen
Bluebooks are now being sold at the
League booth in University hall..
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's
Athletic association may be 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.

mit their returns at Newberry hall
immediately.
TENNIS TOURNAMENT FINALS
TO BE PLAYED OFF TODAY
Finals in the tennis tournament,
which it has been impossible to com-
plete up to the present time on' ac-
count of unfavorable weather, will be
played off at 10 o'clock this morning.
The remaining contestants are Eliza-
beth Phillips, '22, and Leslie Frost, '23.
The last of the semi-fianl matches,
between Leslie Frost, '23, and Cather -
ine Wilcox, '25, was played on Tues-
day, resulting in a victory for the jun-
iors by a score of 6-3, 7-5.
Have you sent in your scenario for
the University movie yet?

MASQUES FURNISH LEAGUE
ENTERTAINMENT ON FRIDAY
Members of Masques will present
a miscellaneous program at the Wo-
men's league party at 4 o'clock Fri-
day afternoon in Sarah Caswell Angell
hall. Following the program there
will be music for dancing in the gym-
nasium and refreshments will be serv-
ed.

Dec. 10 Last Date for Pictures
Individual pictures of all class offi-
cers and of the chairmen of senior
committees must be taken for the
Michiganensian by Dec. 10.
Following a bolt by their professor,
senior medics in 1890 attacked the hos-
pital with snow balls, breaking fAve
windows and "forced the doctors to
retreat."

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We call for your clothes and deliver them. Will give you something
NEW IN HIGH CLASS CLEANING, REPAIRING AND PRESSING

FASHION SHOPPE

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THURSDAY

DAYS
ONLY

IN HER GREATEST SCREEN
ACHIEVEMENT
GEORGE WESTON

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

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Dean Myra B. Jordan will givez
for Episcopal students to' meet
Rachal Haviland from 3:30 to
o'clock Saturday at her home.
Haviland is the new secretary of
ris hall.

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Miss
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BUSINESS TRYOUTS

Tryouts for the business staff
of The Michigan Daily may ap-
ply between 2 and 4 o'clock aft-
ernoons during the week. Men
interested in advertisingkwriting
can also be used. First semester
students are not eligible.

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Chaperones for dances over the
week end are: Union-Friday, Mrs.
H. B. Lazell; Saturday, Mrs. Yates
Adams; Armory-Friday,-Miss Martha
Hills; Saturday, Mrs. H. W. Cake;
Packard-Saturday, Mrs. E. G. Heartt;
Friday, Mrs. H. G. Berger.
The Stanley chorus of women's voic-
es will give a matinee dance from 2:30
to 5:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon,
Dec. 3, at the Armory. Tickets are
on sale at Graham's bookstore.

A PIONEER
SPECIAL

Sparkling

Comedy

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Representative

SHUBERT rwice Daily
MICHIGAN Matinee - 50c to $1.50
(DETROIT) Nights - - 50c to $2.00
The greatest screen spectacle
the world has ever known.
THEODOR A
The history of the world has been written n
love stories and this is one.
GAR RICK Mat.Thu& Sat.5 to $2.00
DETROIT
Matinee Thursday, Thanksgiving Day.
DORIS KEEN in
"ROMANCE"
By Edward Sheldon

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Maiden Aunt

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to prevent
her flirting

Madge Kennedy

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Solicitors for the Y. W. C.
ance, campaign are requested

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to dub-

SPECIAL THANKSGIVING ATTRACTION

AT THE THEATERS
TODAY
Screen
Arcade-Bebe Daniels in "The
Speed Girl."
Majestic-"The Great Imperson-
ation," by E. Phillips Oppen-
heim.
Wuerth-Madge Kennedy in "Oh
Mary, Be Careful."
Orpheum-May Allison in "Big
Game."
THIS WEEK
Stage
Garrick (Detroit)-Doris Keane
in "Romance."
Shubert Michigan (Detroit)-
Goldywn's spectacle, "Theo-
dora."
Monday, Nov. 28
Whitney-"East is West."

BROWNE'S

JUBILEE

SEXTETTE

Direct From Meneley Chautauqua Circuit

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WHITNEY Nov. 28
Mon Eve.
MAL. ORDERS NOW

MACK SENNET'S
"BE REASONABLE"j

WUERTH ORCHESTRA

PATHE
NEWS

DIRECTOR - NICHOLAS FALCONE

CONTINUOUS SHOWS
ON THANKSGIVING, 2 - 11 P.

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USUAL
ADULTS - 30c

PRICES
- KIDDIES - 10c

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LAST TIME TODAY

TODAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY
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Most Popular Play of the Day
Prices 75c $1 $1.60 $2
Seat Sale Opens Friday

Big Game"

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Thanksgiving Holiday Program

JAMES KIRKWOOD
IN A MYSTERY PHOTOPLAY THAT WILL

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SURPRISE AND STARTLE YOU

The Great

THE SPEED GIRL

Impersonation"

Mates in the same col-
lege-and friends. Spies
of rival countries-and
foes! And both looked
exactly alike!2
HOLIDAY
MATIXEE TODAY
1:80 - 8:00 - 4:80
ORCHESTRA

By E. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
GET THIS STRAIGHT!
A Man Impersonates a Man Who Pretend-
ed to be Himself.
GUESS THE REAL IDENTITY!1
WARNING!
To enjoy this picture as it should be
enjoyed, one must not see the last
scenes before seeing the beginning.
Therefore it's up to you to come on
time, at the start of shows.

One night one of them
was killed and the oth.
er took his placeĀ«.
Who I
Come in Between
1:80-1:65
$:00-3:25
4:30-4:5
7:00-7:25
8:30-9:00

THRILLS!
LAUGHS!I
HEART-
THROBS!

SPECIAL THANKSGIVING
SHOWING.

MATINEE
1:30 - 3:00 - 4:30

EVENING
7:00 and 8:30

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FULL ORCHESTRA ALL AFTERNOON

SENSATIONS!

ADDED
LLOYD
HAMILTON
-IN--
"THE VAGRANT."
Also a Novelty
Number
A RUJNAWAY
TRAIN'
SILZXICKNEWS*

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ACTION!
DRAMA!
COLORI
BEBE!

A RACE THAT WILL
STIR YOUR BLOOD
Brakes Off, Slip Her into High; Now Step
80, 90 - Jumping Bull-Frogs! He is passing, us!
Speed Cop. -S'long, Bebe, we'll see you in jail.

on it: 40, 50, 60, 70,

Good Night, its'

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Soon-e

CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG

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"CHARGE IT "

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