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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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W1~omen

Dean Myra B. Jordan will be at
home for all University students from
3 to 6 o'clock this afternoon.
Stylus will meet at 7:30 o'clock
tonight at the Alpha Chi Omega house.
Junior Girls' play tryouts will be
held this week in Sarah Caswell Angell
hall as follows: All who have not yet
tried out from 4 to 6 o'clock today.
There will be a special meeting of
'Michigan Dames at 8 o'clock on Tues-
day evening in Newberry hall. The
purpose of this meeting is to sew for
the Christmas bazaar.
All University women who are in-
terested in helping make posters for
the soap campaign may do so by go-
ing to the sewing room on the third
floor of Martha Cook building from 1
to 6 o'clock either Monday or Tues-
day afternoons.
All sophomore women are requested
to go to Barbour gymnasium at 4
o'clock Friday afternoon, Friday eve-
ning, and Saturday morning to help
the committee decorate for the Fresh-
man spread.
Tryouts for freshman and sopho-
more girls wishing to enroll in the ad-
vanced gymnasium class will be held at
5 o'clock this afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium. Girls who tried out form-
erly and were unable to pass the re-
quired mark may take advantage of
this opportunity to try again.
The class in playground instruction
will meet for the first time at 2 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon.
The executive committee and advis-
ory members of the alumnae council
and the board of directors of the Wo-
men's league will meet at 4 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon in Alumni Mem-
orial hal.
All junior girls must pay their tax of
$1 for Junior Girls' play expenses by
Dec. 3. This is payable at the office
of the dean of women or to Margaret
Kraus, '23.
Members of the Freshman spread
committee will meet at 4 o'clock to-
morrow afternoon at the Kappa Alpha
Theta house.
Women who wish to bring guests to
the Freshman spread Saturday night
can obtain guest tickets at Dean Jor-
dan's office.
YOU WILL ALWAYS
FIND
FlowersI
and Plants
of the
Finest,
Quality
at

Notebook paper is now on sale at
the Women's league table in Univer-
sity hall.
Athena Literary society wjll meet at
7:15 o'clock tonight in the Alpha Nu
room,
Cover designs for the Junior Girls'
play scores must be submitted to Bar-
bara Baker, '23, 602 Monroe street,
before Dec. 12.

AT THE THEATERS

TODAY
Screen

Arcade-Clara Kimball
in "Charge It."

Young

Majestic-William de Mille pre-
sents "After the Show."
Wuerth-Will Rogers in "Doubl-
ing for Romeo."

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EDUCATIONAL CLUB
TO INITIATE 26
Initiation of the girls elected to the,
Girls' Educational club will takel
place at 8 o'clock tomorrow evening,
in the blue room of Martha Cook
building.
The following juniors and seniors
were elected: Seniors-Dorothy Av-
ery, Frances Averill, Ethel Besbing,
Catherine Bryson, Isabel Kemp, Ellen
Wondero, Rita Love, Hazel Forrester,
Claribel Wiggins, Sadie Cnossen, Ruth'
Haddock, Ruth Keith, Inez Caswell,
Florence Kelly, Mabel Moore, Madge
Newlin, Ivaleen Smith, Gertrude.
Boggs, Bertha DeBoer, Carrie Van:
Horn, Frances Marris, Grace Ford,
Ruth Goodhue. Juniors - Frances
Ames, Margaret Wotton, Martha
Chapin.
REV. W31. P. RE)INGTON TO
SPEAK AT VESPER SERVICES
Rev. William P. Remington, D.D.."
bishop suffragan of South Daktoa, will
speak at the vesper services at 5
o'clock tomorrow afternoon at New-
berry hall. The services will be pre-
cededkby a social hour from 4 to 5:
o'clock.
Chop Suey
CHINESE AND
AMERICAN RESTAURANT
Quang Tung Lo.
613 E. Liberty

LIVE STOCK EXPOSITION
OPENS AT PACKING CITY
Chicago, Nov. 28.-Live stock men
from all parts of the United States
and Canada are holding their twenty-
second annual roundup here as the
International Live Stock Exposition
is being held.
Distinguished men in agricultural
ranks are arriving daily. They are
coming from many parts of Europe,
from Argentine and Uruguay, from
Mexico and Canada. They include
ministers of agriculture from every
province in Canada and from Mexico.
Secretary of Agriculture Wallace
will be here for several days. The
United States government is repre-
sented with an enormous display,
comprehensive and complete in live
stock and feeding features.
Dr. George E. Mickle c
2 OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
Office hours daily by appoint-
ment Telephone 2526
= Rm. 12, Over Arcade Theatree
711 N. University Ave.
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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 advertising writing
can also be used. First semester
students are not eligible.
In 1891 students used to go home
to vote; now they vote to go home.
STUDENTS LUNCH
409 EAST JEFFERSON
OPEN 6:30 A. M.
TILL 11:00 P. M.

A Reliable Jeweler
CHAPMAN
113 South Main
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STEAM C SA FlTT

SHUBERT rwice Daily
MICHIGAN Matinee -5oc to $.;
(DETROIT) Nights- - soc to $2.c
(D The greatest screen spectacle
the world has ever known.
THEODORA
The history of the world has been written
lovefstories and this is one.
GARRICK Mat. - oo$.'
DETROIT Sat. Mat. 50c to 2.0
The Smart Musical Comedy
"IRENE"
New York Cast and Production

TELEPHONE 214 P.1

Orp'heum - Jackie Coogan
"Peck's Bad Boy."

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Matinee 2 - 3:30
Adults 15 cts.
Kiddies 10 cts.

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Evening T - 8:30
Adults 20 cts.
Kiddies 10 cts.

THIS WEEK

Stage

Last Time Today

Garrick (Detroit)-"Irene," mus-
ical comedy.
Shubert Michigan -(Detroit)-
Goldywn's spectacle, "Theo-
dora."
Wednesday
Whitney - Madge Kennedy in
"Cornered," a comedy-drama.
Thirty years ago the following no-
tice appeared on the walls of the
Medical building: "Senior medics are
requested to wear whiskers, artificial
it natural are impossible, in order that
they may be distinguished from the
freshmen."
Daily Want Ada Pav.-Adv.
Whitney Theatre
Wednesday, Nov. 30th
Henry W. Savage
oiers
America's premier
.Comedienne

Jackie Coogan
IN
"Peck's Bad
Boy"

Charles Chaplin
IN

"The Idle
Class"

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MADUE
KENNEDY

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HERSELF
In the Comedy-DraNa it
"Cornered"
Which ran all last season at thee
Astor Theatre N. Y. The beau-
tiful and winsome star plays a
dual role with rare skill and
appealing charm.
POSITIVELY ORIGINAL
SUPPORTING CAST
BEST SEATS $2.00

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TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY
MATINEE 2:00-3:30 EVENING 7:00 - 8:45
ADULTS 20c KIDDIES 1Oc ADULTS 30c

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LANER
OR
LOWER
New Location-320 E. Liberty
Branch-Next Arcade Theatre

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PHONE 474-R
We call for-your clothes and deliver them. Will give you something
NEW IN HIGH CLASS CLEANING, REPAIRING AND PRESSING
FASHION SHOPPE
We Can Fix All Your
Troubles
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CALL 2452
QUICK & SATISFACTORY WORK
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320 N. MAIN ST. ANN ARBOR

DOUBLE FEATURE SHOW

SPECIAL GREAT COMEDY FEATURE

Lloyd
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Hamilton

In An Hilarious
Comedy That Outlaughs
Anything Ever Made
For Laughing Purposes-
And It's Staged On
A Desert Island Too!

Presents a Romance of Stage Folk off the Stage
The lure of the footlights, the Great White Way-and a lonely girl who wanted
to be an actress.
But her only "acting" was in the chorus; her only friend a queer old fellow who
watched the stage door.
And when the rich young "angel" of the show came into her life with his midnight
suppers and love talk-
It's a story that runs through laughter and tears to an end you will joy to see!

ROBINSON CRUSOE Ltd.

TOPICS

ORCHESTRA

SHOWS
MATINEE 2:00 AND 3:30
EVENINGS 7:00 AND 8:30
Last Feature Starts at 9:00

COMING - "THE SHEIK"
With AGNES AYRES and RUDOLPH VALENTINO

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