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January 07, 1922 - Image 7

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-May Mc Avoy in "Mor-
-"The Killer," a Ben-
Hampton production.
n- Katherine MacDon-
"Trust Your Wife."

Girls who have signed up to sell
candy at the booth in University halt
,hould report for work since a new
shipment of candy has been received
and placed on sale.
The financial committee of the Y. W.
C. A. requests that girls whose pledges
are due pay them at the office in New-
berry hall in order that it will not be

necessary for members of the commi
tee to call upon the girls to collect th
pledges. Payment may be madea
any time.
Women who have been doing hospit
al social service work are asked to r
port again at the Homoeopathic ho
pital.
Chaperones for dances over tb
the week end are: Union-Mrs.I
G. Heartt; Armory-Mrs. H. B. La
ell; Packard-Mrs. H. W. Cake.

There will be a meeting

of th

son in "The
Ashe."

Rae-Buck
Punch."

Jones in "The Big

THIS WEEK,

Stase

Garr/ck (Detroit) - "The Last
Wltz," with Eleanor Painter.
Shubert Michigan (Detroit) -
"Maytime," a musical play.
TEAMS ORGANIZED,
FOR TOURNAMENT
Organization of class color teams
for the approaching basketball tourna-
ment has been completed, and. the
series of games will begin Tuesday;
night, Jan. 10.
Arrangements have been made this
year whereby a greater facility for
each girl to obtain the same amount of
practice will result. Every girl who
has signed for basketball work in any,
class belongs to a team, each class
being divided into several teams which
are designated by different colors.
These teams will all meet each other.
both in interclass competition and in
games with teams in the -sameclass.
This plan will assure every girl and
every team a fair chance, and nomone
team will have the advantage of more
practice than another. The total num-
ber of teams is ten.
The games will start on Jan. 10, and
continue into Feb rurary. Any girls
who find that they will be unable to
participate in any of the games of the
team to which they have been assigned
may notify their class managers as
follows: Senior-junior, Grace rry:
sophomore, Winifred Craigie; fresh-
man, Alma Crsuee. Any details in re-
gard the schedule of games may be
obtained from Elizabeth Cain, '24, gen-
eral manager.
Announcements of the schedule _o
gpmes will be made on the days on
which they are to be played.
Dr. Warfhin tn Talk at Alblnn
Dr. A. S. Wnrtiin. of the natlholoiv
denartment of the Mar Val school. willI
dellver a TTnversity Ftension lecture
Sunday evening at Albion.

LAST TIME TODAY
IT'S GREAT -
7crniriaskg p. «r
Wallace P%,icL,
qloriaSwansot
6ltT11i retrt
Doii U11Evtting.

S l-h-h!

Listen

.

You mustn't breathe it to a soul,
but-
The man she loved had told her too
much of his past.
And whensshe discovered that part
of his past was present-
Come and see what she did!
A real-life pcture to please the wo-
men and give a few hints to the
men.

t- ['x
he o'
at
he
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LAST TIMES TODAY
A Fascinating Story Wherein East Meets West and Conquers It!

reshman Girls' Glee club at 4:10
clock, Monday afternoon in Barbour
ymnasium.
Initiation of new members of the
Vomen's Cosmopolitan club will be
eld at 7:15 o'clock Saturday night
nNewberry hallI.

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£

of the

SHUaERT Sat. Mat. - 7;c to 1x.5'
MICHICAN Nights 75C to $2.00
(DETROIT)
Romance of Youth. Loveand Springtime
With AFLEEN VAN RIEN, THOS. CON-
KEY, OTIS SKEbI, IAN

DETROIT
THE LATEST OPERETTA BY OSCAR STRA
"TH E L AST WALTZ" w
ELEANOR PAINTEE
aCAnd Remai kable Cast

t:

AND

BEN TURPIN
"LOVE AND DOUGHNUTS"
STARTING TOMORROW

The Color and Splendor

East

Bert

Lytell

Out of the seclusion and security of al Turkish harem
Out of the warmth and languor of the East - to be dropped suddenly--
Into the chill of a London fog
Into the batchelor household of a man she had never seen
And so into his startled, lonely heart.
And there to dwell like a strange, exotic flower until a friend's perfidy, anoth-
er woman's jealous plotting, and a great danger brought - almost too late-
the realization of love triumphant.
All the color and splendor of the Orient form the background for this photo-
play masterpiece.

"LADYF INGERS"

-SLIM, STRONG, SKILLFUL - BELONGED TO A MAN WHO IS
THE MASTER STAR IN CROOKSDOM

May

McAvoy

S OO N

in an exotic drama of the Orient

Constance Talmadge
"A WOMAN'S PLACE"

°"ORAQ .LS "

OTHER USUAL FEATURES

WATCH FOR ANNOUNCEMENT

onise our Advertlsers.-Adv.

r

he

Ann

Arbor

The Huron

Valley

Bulding

&

Loan

Bldg.

Savings

President - DR. B. N. MILLS
Secretary -FRANK R. ROYCE
Office - FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK

President - WM. L. WALZ
Secretary - H. H. HERBST
Office - ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
All money paid in to be used

Every Bank in the City has a Home Savings Club.

in the construction of New Homes in this City

Any

of the Firms listed below will give you expert advice

and highest quality

ANN ARBOR HOME BUILDERS ASSN.
ANN ARBOR REALTY CO.
LOUIS C. ANDREWS
CHARLES L. BROOKS
ELMER P. BROOKS
W. H. BUTLER,
L. D. CARR
GEO. H. FISCHERt
GORTON, REALTY AGENCY
JAMES E. HARKINS & SON
F. ROY HOLMES
HURON FARMS CO.
POTTER & ALLSHOUSE
WHALEY REAL ESTATE.AGENCY
]SAKE YOUR SAVINGS WITH
THE ANN ARBOR BLDG. & LOAN ASSN.
THE HURON VALLEY BLDG. & LOAN ASSN.
OR-
THE HOME SAVINGS CLUB
AT THE-
ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
STATE SAVINGS BANK

goods for your new home.
WM. HOCHREIN-Plumbing
HUTZEL & CO.-Plumbing
SCHUMACHER & BACKUS-Plumbing
JOHN C. FISCHER-Hardware
MUEHLIG & SCHMID-Hardware
SCHUMACHER HARDWARE-Hardware
SCHLENKER'S HARDWARE-Hardware
HOLLAND FURNACE CO.-Warm Friends
BLUE LIGHT ELECTRIC-Electric Supplies
WASHTENAW ELECTRIC SHOP-Electric Supplies
CANNON ELECTRIC SERVICE CORP.-Electric
Supplies
C. W. GILL LUMBER CO.-Lumber
LUICK BROS. & CO.-Lumber
C. A. SAUER CO.-Lumber
WASHTENAW LUMBER CO.-Lumber
W. H. L. ROHDE-Building Supplies
LOUIS L. WENZEL-Paints & Decorating
OSWALD HERZ-Paints and Decorating
C. H. MAJOR & CO.-Paints and Decorating
WASHTENAW GAS CO.
DETROIT EDISON
ANN ARBOR TIMES NEWS
A. R. COLE--Builder and Contractor
SEITZ BROS.-Home Builders
DR. W. S. MILLS-Pres. Ann Arbor Bldg. & Loan
JOHN C. KOCH & CO.-Builder
ANN ARBOR TILE & FIREPLACE CO.

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