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ECEMBER 14, 1921 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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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.
There will be an important meeting!
of the Y. W. C. A. cabinet at 3:301
o'clock this afternoon at New-!
berry hall. A discussion of the con-
vention and the summer conferences!
will take .place, and delegates to the
national convention will be elected.
Activities for the winter were plan-
ned at the meeting of the Business
and Professional Women's club which
was held last -ight in the city Y. W.
C. A.
Girl Reserve Leaders' Training
corps will be addressed by Miss Edna
Formh'als, case worker for the Ann
Arbor Federation of clubs, at 7 o'clock
tomorrow evening in Newberry hall.
Freshman Girls' Glee club will meet
at 7:15 o'clock tomorrow evening at
Helen Newberry residence.
All bazaar bills must be paid to
Dorothy Jeffry, '24, by this noon.
Houseswhich have had candy on
sale should give the money received
for it to Dorothy Jeffry, '24, by tomor-
row afternoon.
The regular meeting of the Girls'
Educational club will bePheldaat 8
o'clock this evening at the Pi _Beta Phi
house. Miss Bader, a supervisor in
the Ann Arbor schools will address
the meeting.-
All girls who want to do- work dur-
ing the holidays are requested to leave
their names and phone numbers with
Dean Myra B. Jordan.
Try a Daily Want Ad. It pays.-Adv

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TOD)AY

Arcade-George Cohen's produc-
tion, "Get Bi,,h Quick Walling-
ford."
Majestic - Pola Negri in "One
Arabian Night."
Wuerth-William Fox presents
"Over the Hill."

SENIORS WIN OUT
IN HOCKEY FINALS
Resulting in a 1-0 victory for the
seniors the championship hockey game
between the junior and senior girls
was played on Monday afternoon after
several weeks delay on account of
unfavorable weather conditions.
The result of the game was unusu-
al, for there were only six members
of the senior team participating, as
compared to nine of the juniors. The
juniors felt keenly the absence of their
center half-back, Elsa Oiesen, and
seemed totally unable to keep their
usual pace without her guidance.
Their playing in addition showed lack
of experience and practice.

The seniors, though playing with a
much smaller team were fortunate in
having the leadership of Elsie Town-
send, their center half-back, who di-
rected her team efficiently, and was
SHUBERT Matinee wed. -"5oc to $3 o"
MICHIGAN Nighbte - 57r'to V>' or
(DFTROIf sat. mat. - - cto $1.5o
The distinguished Ametican actor
WALKER WHITESIDE
Iu Gordon Kean's mystery melodrama
"THE HINDU"
G A R RIC" K Mat at. - 5otO00
DETROIT
Arthur Hammxerstein bring.
FRANK TINNEY
In the MusicalComedy
..TICKLE ME"

mainly responsible for the victory. Michigan Jewelry, Seals, Memory
There was very little display of team- Books, etc., at Wahr's.-Adv.
work on either side, and both teams
showed the lack of practice for which Locksmith. All kinds of door and
the long series of postponements is trunk keys. Phone 2498. Dell Keeler.
accountable. -Adv.

Orpheum-"The Recoil."

THIS WEEK

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Stage

"Say

it with Flowers

Garrick (Detroit)-Frank Tin-
ney in "Tickle Me," a musical
comedy.
Shubert - Michigan (Detroit) -
Walker Whiteside in "The
Hindu," a mystery melodrama.

For Christmas

GEORGE BISCH OFF
220 CHAPIN STREET

Magazine subscriptions. Best club
rates at Wahr's Bookstores.-Adv.

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Read what the Highest Authority in
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OFFICIAL REPORT
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the screen. It has the true atmosphere of an Arabian Nights tale
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has both dramatic intensity and comic relief of an unusual order.
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