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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Cover designs for the Junior Girls'
play scores must be submitted toBar-
bara Baker, '23, 602 Monroe street,
before Dec. 12.
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.
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.
Women who wish to bring guests to
the Freshman- spread Saturday night
can obtain guest tickets at Dean Jor-
dan's office.
The Women's league party will not
be given Friday afternoon owing to the
fact that the gymnasium will be used
by the Freshman spread committee.
There will be a meeting of the Wo-
men's Athletic association board at
7:30 o'clock tonight at the Delta Gam-
ma house.
Any senior women who have not
been acting as senior advisers may
call Camilla Hayden, '22, at 251, for an
advisee. Due to the late entrance of
some of the upperclass women, they
have not been assigned advisers, so
more senior women are needed to act
in this capacity.
Any entering upperclass women who
have not heard from their senior ad-
visers may confer with the chairman
of the intercollegihte committee from
2 to 4 o'clock on Wednesday and
Friday afternoons in the Women's
league room at Barbour gymnasium.

Gamma house. Tentative plans for the
play are to be put under way before.
the Christmas holidays.
Senior society will meet at 5 o'clock
this afternoon at Helen Newberry resi-
dence.
All junior and senior girls who are
taking the course in advanced gym-
nasium work are required to bring a
heart and lung certificate from Dr.
Walker to the office of the directoi as
soon as possible.
Following is a list of the freshman
and sophomore girls who qualified for
the advanced class in gymnasium in
the examination taken Tuesday aft-
ernoon: Jessie Beckham, Norma Bow-
bee, Dorothy Davis, Lydia Selske,
Elizabeth Paravano.
FORMER GOVERNOR WHITMAN
WILL SPEAK HERE DEC. 9
Charles S. Whitman, rormer gov-
ernor of New York, who has been
prominent for years in judicial circle'i
will speak in hiil auditorium Friday
night, Dec. 9. His subject will be "Ad-
ministration of Criminal Justice."

MRS. STAIR TO TALK AT GIRL
RESERVE LEADERS MEETING
Mrs. Peter Stair will talk to the
Girl Reserve Leaders' Training corps
at 7 o'clock this evening at Newberry
hall. Her topic will be "Girl Psycho-
logy." Mrs. Stair is director of the
girls' work division of the Methodist
church in Michigan. The meeting was
postponed last week owing to the large
number of people who were out of
town.
)IANDOLIN CLUB PREPARES
NUMBERS FOR JOINT RECITAL
Two numbers are being prepared by
the Girls' Mandolin club to be given
in a joint concert with the University
Girls' Glee club in January. Six first
mandolins, six second mandolins, a
guitar and a piano will be used.
Officers elected for the year are:
Bernice Frazer, '22, president and di-
rector; Beatrice Hoek, '22, treasurer;
Margaret Kraus, '23, librarian.
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ply between 2 and 4 o'clock aft-
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interested in advertising writing
can also be used. First semester
students are not eligible.
The senior laws trimmed the high
school eleven 10-0, back in '94.
STUDENTS LUNCH
409 EAST JEFFERSON
OPEN 6:30 A. M.
TILL 11:00 P. M.

Junior College Men Meet
More than 40 men attended the first
get-together luncheon of former De-
troit Junior college men yesterday
noon at Lane hall. Plans are being
made for the organization of a Detroit
Junior College club which will hold
suppers each month.
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MICHIGAN Matinee S D 0cto $1.50
(DETROIT) iights - - soc to $2.00
The greatest screen spectacit.
the world has ever known.
TH EODORA
The history of the world has been written n
love stories and this is one.
GARRICK Nits soco
DETROIT Sat. Mat. 5oc to 2.00
The SmArt Musical Comedy
"IRENE"
New York Cast and Production

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AT THE THEATERS
TODAY
Screen
Arcade-"The Concert," an All-
star cast.
Majestic-Ethel Clayton in "Be-
yond."
Wuerth-Tom Moore in "From
the Ground Up."
Orpheum-Gladys Waltham in
"High Heels."
THIS WEEK
Stage
Garrick (Detroit)-"Irene," mus-
.Ical comedy.
Shubert Michigan (Detroit)-
Goldywn's spectacle, "Theo-
dora."

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Members of Masques costume, prop-
erty and stage committees will meet
Professor Nelson on the stage at Sarah
Caswell Angell hall ' at 4 o'clock
this afternoon to begin work for the
Christmas play. Other members of
Masques who are interested are wel-
come
An important meeting of the Senior
Girls' play committee will be field at
4 o'clock this afternoon at the Delta

LAST TIME TODAY
GLADYS, WALTON
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TU'TT LE'S
A Place to bring your friends
Nowhere is the food better
Nowhere is the service more prompt
TUTTLE'S LUNCH ROOM
Maynard Street

MATINEE 2:00 - 3:30
Adults ....... 20c
Kiddies ...... 10c
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The Concert
WITH AN
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THE NAME
David Balasco

"From the
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BIRTHDAY PETS AND JUNGLE PESTS
A SNOOKY COMEDY
SELZNICK NEWS ARCADE ORCHESTRA

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TOMORROW AND SATURDAY
Constance Binney
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The Case of Becky
THE WINSOME LITTLE STAR THAT YOU ALWAYS ADMIRE
IN THE MOST REMARKABLE DUAL ROLE SINCE FRANCES
STARR HERSELF, CARRIED THE SAME PARTS IN THE FA-
MOUS DAVID BELASCO PLAY-THE STORY OF A GIRL WITH
TWO SOULS
ONE GOOD, ONE BAD-THE TWO OPPOSITES-AFFORDS EX-
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