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AT THE THEATERS

DORMITORY OPEN
DURING HOLIDAYS

All girls taking elective work of
any kind who have not yet presented
a certificate from Dr. Walker must do
so before today, Dec. 13. Those
failing to do Aso will not be allowed
to attend class until their certificate
is prepared.
Adelia Cheever house and several ofJ
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.,
Wyvern society will meet at 7:30
o'clock tonight at the Kappa Kappa
Gamma house. All dues must be paid
immediately.
Stylus will meet at 7:30 o'clock
tonight at Martha Cook dormitory.
There will be an important meeting
of the Y. W. C. A. cabinet at 3:30
o'clock tomorrow afternoon at New-1
berry hall. A discussion of the con-
vention and the summer conferences
will take place, and delegates to the
national convention will be elected.
Miss Marguerite Stuart, student sec-
retary for the central field of the Y.
W. C. A., is in Ann Arbor for a few
days to work with the hospital units
and the local Y. W. C. A.
Dean Myra B. Jordan will be at home
for all University women from 3 to 6
o'clock this afternoon.
Senior Girls' play committee will
meet at 4 o'clock this afternoon in
Barbour gymnasium.
All girls who are going to be in Ann
Arbor during Christmas vacation are
asked to sign the bluebooks .in Uni-
versity hall or Barbour gymnasium by
tomorrow, as the Women's league is
planning to have vacation parties for
them.
Athena Literary society will meet
at 7:15 o'clock tonight in the Alpha
Nu room.
Yule Tide Spirit
At Y. W. Vespers
"By the crackling blaze of the yule
tide log,
And the light and the candle flame,
And the maze of a song
Will be carried along
Till the spirit of Christmas you claim."
This is the motto of the Y. W. C. A.
vesper services which will be held at
4:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in
Newberry hall.
Candles and a yule log in the fire
place of the south room will add to the
Christmas spirit of the entertainment.
The program will consist of carols and
the reading of a Christmas story.

TODAY
Screen

Arcade-George Cohen's produc-
tion, "Get WBlh Quick Walling-
ford."

Majestic -
presents
Night."

J. L. Frothingham

"Pilgrims

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Wuerth-William Fox presents
"Over the Hill."
Orpheum-Charles Ray in "Mid-
night Bell."

THIS WEEK

Adelia Cheever dormitory will be
open during the holidays for fjniver-
sity girls who wish to rent rooms for
that time. An exceptionally low rate
is being charged, the price being at
$3.50 a week.
Breakfast will be the only meal
served at the house. Laundry privi-
leges and free use of the sewing ma-
chine are also being offered.
Miss Henriette Scranton, the present
social directress, will act as directress
during the holidays. It is thought that
many of the girls planning to remain
in Ann Arbor will take advantage of
this opportunity for a few weeks of
dormitory life.
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 our
low prices, too.-Adv.
SHUERTMatinee wed. - 50C to $i.oo
MICHIGAN Nights . 57C to 7.nO
(DETROIT) Sat. Mat. - soc to $1.5o
The distinguished American actor
WALKER WHITESIDE
In Gordon Kean's mystery melodrama
"THE HINDU "
GARRICK Ngat.- . . to2.oo
DETROIT
Arthur Hammerstein brings
FRANK TINNEY
in the Musical Comedy
" TICKLE ME"

?Iummers Give
Play At fleeting
"A Cup of Tea," a one-act comedy
by Florence Ryerson. was presented by
the new members of Mummers at the
regular meeting of the club yesterday
afternoon in Sarah Caswell Angell
hall.
The play was directed by Maan
Munz, '24, and the roles included the
Poet, played by Gladys Gage, '25. his,
wife, Margaret Beal, '25; Mr. War-
ing, Olive Lockwood, '22; and Mrs.
Waring, Ruth McCann, '25.
Wahr's University Bookstore is open
evenings until Christmas.--Adv.

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Garrick (Detroit)-Frank Tin-
ney in "Tickle Me," a musical
comedy.

Shubert -
Walker
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Michigan (Detroit) --
Whiteside in "The
a mystery melodrama.

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LAST TIME TODAY
CHARLES
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J-HOP NOTICE

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I Junior hop committee will
meet at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday,
Dec. 13, in the Union. All junior
classes which have not held hop
committee elections should hold
Isuch elections immediately.
sceCharles Hummer, '23,
Chairman
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

Midnight Bell"

TODAY ONLY
A d/filling Mystery Tale
of the Paris Police

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ARRY home one of
these handy little 63-
lb. typewriters today. Pay
for it at the easy rate of
$5 a month.
0. D. MORRILL
1' NICKELS ARCADE
The Pmonal Wridng Machine

Silver plated razor, atrop, year's aupLy
of blades, in compact case, $5.0
A Christmas gift for me
IN ten seconds a man gets a freshly
stropped blade with thisrazor. Morning
after morning he enjoys the same comfortable
shave. The Valet AutoStrop Razor strops,
shaves and cleans without removing the blade.
Saves money on blades every month in the
year. Come in and ask for a demonstration
today. It will settle one or more of your gift
problems. A variety of attractive sets $5.0
to $25.00.

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DANCE

Every Tuesday Night 9:00 O'clock
Wood man Hall, Main and Washington
Stag Dancing Deer Dancing
Fox Trot Contest First Tuesday of Each Month
Music by University Syncopated Novelties

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SOUTHERN STUDENTS NOTICE

All students who are planning
to go through Detroit or Toledo
to Cincinanti or Louisville on
Friday night, Dec. 16, and who
would be interested in arrang-
ing for a special car are asked to
call J. M. Burge, '23, at 1016 im-
mediately.
WEDGETYPE
IEPRESS
No more wrinkled or lopsided neck-
ties. Use the WEDGEPRESS TIE-
PRESS. Takes but a moment to place
the tie over the wedge and push it in.
It works while you sleep and in the
morning you have practically a new
tie. There is no heat to take the life
and lustre out of the silk.
A necktie makes the best Xmas gift
when it is accompanied by a WEDGE-
TYPE TIEPRESS, which will make l
the tie last twice as long, and keep it
free of wrinkles until it is worn out.
We will be glad to send free descrip-
tive matter to anybody. Send a postal
card today . . . or better yet send'
$3.50 and the WEDGETYPE TIE-1
PRESS will be sent prepaid. We take
all the risk and agree to refund your
money if it does not do the work to
your own satisfaction and If It Is re-
turned within five days.
We have a special offer to make to
a very limited number of students who
wish to pay their expenses by demon-
strating this useful article among
their friends. If interested send stamp
for our special proposition to demon-
strators.

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"FALLING FOR FANNY"

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WILL CA RLTON'S
Famous Poems
"OVER THE HILL"

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