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11, 1921.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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W~4omen
All girls taking elective work of
any kind who have not yet presented
a certificate from Dr. Walker must do
so before Tuesday, Dec. 13. Those
failing to do so will not be allowed
to attend class until their certificate
is prepared.
All league houses which have not
paid their tax of $1 toward the ex-
penses of the bazaar tea room should
pay it at once to Margaret Whyte, '23.
There will be an important meeting
of the Xreshman Girls' Glee club at
4:10 o'clock Monday afternoon in the
parlors of Barbour gymnasium.
Adelia Cheever house and several of
the small dormitories will be open dur-
ing Christmas vacation. Girls who will
be in Ann Arbor during the holidays
should see Dean Myra B. Jordan.
Girls who will be here during Christ.
mas vacation are requested to sign in
bluebooks placed for this purpose in
Barbour gymnasium and at the candy
booth in University hall.
Wyvern society will meet at 7:30
o'clock Tuesday night at the Kappa
Kappa Gamma house. All dues must
be paid immediately.
Mummers will meet at 3 o'clock

Monday afternoon 4n the Women's
league rooms at Barbour gymnasium.
The new members of the club will
give a play at this time. Dues Will
be payable.
Stylus will meet at 7:30 o'clock
Tuesday night at Martha Cook dormi-
tory.
Any one unable to complete the cov-
er designs for the Junior Girls' play{
scores and programs by Dec. 12,J

should see Barbara Baker,
Monroe street.

'23, at 6031

Monday, Dec. 12, is set as the last
possible date for the championship
hockey game between the junior and
senior teams. Members of the teams
are asked to report to their respective
class captains. The game is scheduled
for 4 o'clock.
Sell "Eats" to Aid Building Fund
Nearly $6 were added to the Wom-
en's building fund by the girls of Betsy
Barbour house Wednesday night when
they all took advantage of what is
called "Hot Dog Night." At 9:30
o'clock the announcement was made
that hot doys were being sold at 10
cents each, and they all disposed of
cents each, and they were all disposed
of within a very short time.
If you need a hand-bag before go-
ing home Christmas, you'll find a large
assortment at Wilkinson's, 325 S. Main
St. You will be surprised at our1
low prices, too.-Adv.

tCAST FR U IR PA
TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON
Tryouts for the Junior Girls' play
have numbered more than 200 girls
during the last two weeks. Due to the
exceptional talent that has been shown
the committee has much material to
choose from.
According to Elsa Olesen, chairman
of the committee, announcement of
the cast will be made this week, and
rehearsals will begin after the holi-
days. Choruses have not yet been
picked but they will be chosen from
those who exhibited special ability.
Work on lyrics and music is pro-
gressing. At a recent meeting the
play was read and definite assign-
ments given.Certain lyrics and pieces
of music were assigned to several
girls to work on. Cover designs for
programs and' the scores are also be-
ing designed.
Lyrics, music, and designs should
be sent to the following girls as soon
as possible: Lyrics to Helen Torrey,
1204 Hill street; music to Josephine
Connable, 1205 Hill street; and de-
signs to Barbara Baker, 602 Monroe

TODAY
Sereen

Personal

Arcade-Bert Lytell
to Paradise."

in "A Trip

Greeting

Cards:

Majestic - .. L. Frothingham
presents "Pilgrims of the
Night."
Wuerth-William Fox presents
"over the Hill."
Orpheum-Charles Ray in "Mid-
night Bell."

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Just a few days left before you leave

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for home.

THIS WEEK

Stage

Have your name placed on your cards
as we can deliver them on 24 hoursI

Garrick (Detroit)-Frank Tin-
ney in "Tickle Me," a musical
comedy.
Do you need a trunk? Wilkinson
has them-and good ones too. 325 S.
Main St.-Adv.

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Womens Exchange,
10 Nickels Arcade
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The Slater Book Shop

Phone 430

334 S.

State St.

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STARTING TODAY

A Great Alystery Tale of the Paris Police
By E. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM, Famous Author of

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ACTION !
SUSPENSE!

Lewis Stone, Raymond Hatton, Rubye De Remer

COMING SOON

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The BEST COMPLEMENTARY COMEDY PROGRAM Ever Booked by Any Theatre

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IN A TWO REEL CHRISTY COMEDY

Falling for

Fanny

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ANOTHER UNUSUAL NOVELTY

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NO ADVANCE IN PRICES

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Shows Tomorrow: 1:30, 3:00, 4:30, 7:00, 8:30-Prices: 10c, 25c, 35c

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