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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PHZRTUB E 5UU6T 1
AT FANCYDRESS BALL
Whispers hint that there will be
keen competition for the prizes which
are to he awarded at the fancy dress
ball to be given by the Women's league
tomorrow night.
The party will begin with a grand
march in which the various groups
of girls will vie with each other in an
attempt to please, the judges. The
prize for the best individual costume
will be decided upon during this
march.
The chaperones and judges of the
prizes will be: Miss Marion Dawiey
Miss Marion Wood, Mildred Sherman,
'20, and the board of faculty advisers
for the Women's league consisting of:
Mrs. J. W. Bradshaw, Mrs. R. W.
Cowden, Mrs, T. J. Diekhoff, Mrs. W.
R. Humphreys, Mrs. F. W. Peterson,
Mrs. T. E. Rankin, and Mrs. L. A.
Strauss.
Following the grand march there
will be dancing with music by George
Rogers' five-piece orchestra. During
the evening stunts will be presented
by members of the four classes. Mor-
tarboard, Senior society, and Wvyern.
Refreshments will be served by the
social committee.
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The annual fancy dress party of the
Women's league will be given at 7:30
o'clock Saturday night in Barbour
gymnasium. The admission fee for
those in costume will be 10 cents. for
those not in costume 25 cents, and for
guests who are not members of the
league the admission fee will be 50
cents.
Guest tickets for the Fancy Dress
party are on sale at Dean Myra B.
Jordan's office for 50 cents. All
girls are requested to wear masks un-
til after the grand march.
Mummers' Michiganensian picture
will be taken at 5 o'clock this aft-
ernoon at Dey's studio. All members
who wish to be. in the pictue must
have paid their dues by that time.
Dark dresses should be worn for the
pcture:,
Freshman girls are requested to pay
their social tax of 25 cents to Helen
Griswold at Helen Newberry residence
by Jan. 20 at the latest.
Members of the judiciary council of
the Women's league will meet at 12.
o'clock today at Dey'sstudio, to have
the group picture taken.
Junior advisers are asked to return
thei' questionnaires as soons as possi-
ble to Margaret MacIntyre, '23.
The Wyvern picture for the Michi-
ganensian will be taken at 2 o'clock
Sunday at the Spedding studio. All
members are asked to be present.
Stylus will meet at 7:30 o'clock
Tuesday night at the Alpha Phi house.
The Senior Girls' play committee
will have its Michiganensian picture
taken at 1 o'clock tomorrow at Dey's
-studio.
Chaperones for dances over the week
end are: Union-Friday, Mrs. E. G.
Heartt; Saturday, Mrs. H. G. Berger;
Armory-Friday, Yates Adams; Satur-
day, Mrs. H. B. Lazell; Packard-Sat-
urday, Miss Martha Hills.
Due to the fact that Dean Myra B.
Jordan is out of town this week, the

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Tickets at

meeting of the board of representa-'
tives of the Women's league called for
Jan. 14 has been postponed until Jan.
21'
Y. DELEGATES TO
GO TO CONVENTION
Gertrude Boggs, '22, president of the
campus Y. W. C. A., and Helen Aubrey,
'23, treasurer of the organization, will
be sent to the national Y. W. C. A. con-
vention at Hot Springs, Ark., Aprilt
20-27, according to a decision maae at
the membership meeting Wednesday
afternoon.
Plans were also made for a second
membership meeting which will be
held at the beginning of next semester
and for a May breakfast. Details of
the plans will be decided on later.
AT THE THEATERS

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LEAGUE1INAUGMRTES
TW VRUNTEER DAYS
Life memberships in the University
of Michigan league may be pledged
Monday or Tuesday since those days:
are being set aside as "volunteer
days."
Tables will be placed in University
hall, the Library, and Barbour gym-
nasium where the new 'membership
cards will be available. Members of
the committee -will be at these places
to receive the $10 which should be
paid as the first installment of the
'ife membership fee. Yellow and blue
tags will be given to all who take out
their life membership. The commit-
tee hopes that a large number of wo.
men will voluntarily sign up since this
will eliminate much of the personal
call soliciting.
The committee suggests that girls
who received Christmas presents in
the form of money use it for this
purpose since it is necessary for Uni-
versity women to demonstrate their
desire for the University of Michigan)
league by a satisfactory report of
the life membership committee to the
Alumnae council which will be heldi
here Jan. 21.
Chance To Solve
LIfe 's Problems
Seen On Campns
"That woman is best equipped to
deal with the problems of life who has
received with her college course a
solution for her own problems in hu-
man relations, and the problems of
community life," said Miss Louise
Holmquist, national student secretary
of the Y. W. C. A., in an informal talk

to the local Y. W. C. A. cabinet yes-
terday. "And the only satisfactory
way to solve these problems is to ap-
ply the principles of Christ to your
own life and that of the community.
"Because the campus of a state un-
iversity is a cosmopolitan center with
all the contacts of ordinary life, a
woman who successfully finishes a
course at such an institution is more
fully prepared for life. She will be a
better leader because her mental and
spiritual powers have been tested time
and again. In that sense a university

education is superior to a woman's col-
lege education.
"There is great opportunity on such
a campus as this at Michigan to con-
sider and solve the great personal and
social problems that are puzzling the
world."
Read Michigan Daily Ads and you
will buy wisely.-Adv.

Sun.,

Jan. 15,1
Shows SI
1:30, 3:30,
Mat. .. 5

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TODAY
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Arcade-Constance Talmadge in
"Woman's Place."
Majestic-Viola Dana in "The
Match Breaker."
Wuerth-"The Sunshine Kiddies
Iof Melody Lane," and James
Barrie's, "The Little Minister."
C Orpheum-Jack London's "The
Star Rover."

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THE YEAR 'ROUND

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exchange. Typewriters of leading
makes bought, sold, rented, exchanged,
cleaned and repaired.

Announcement

to the

Garrick
tor in
ers."

(Detroit) - Eddie Can-
"The Midnight Round-

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Shubert Michigan (Detroit) -
Charles S. Gilpin with "The
Emperor Jones."
Whitney-Saturday and Sunday,
Jan. 14 and 15-="The Bat."

WE ARE GLAD --_

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To See So Many of You Are Remembering
the Good Things at
The Chamber of Commerce Inn

Michigan's 1904 track team won the
western championship for the fifth suc-
cessive seapon.
Reliable Jeweler
CHAPMAN
1 13 South Mair'

Student Body
The Chinese Gardens wishes to announce. to the Student
body the opening of its
Dancing Room
You are assured of Good Music, Courteous Treatment and
Fair Prices
An invitation is extended to you to make us a visit.
See management for estimates on
Fraternity and Sorority Banquets,
Dinner Dances, Smokers and after-
noon Dansants.
Rooms may be rented with or without Music, with or without
Dining Service
Chinese Gardens

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SAT,.-SUN., IAN.,-

TODAY,-TOMORROW

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The greatest dramatic sensation, and the play that has
broken all records in New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, To-
ronto, Detroit, Cleveland,.Buffalo, Toledo and Grand Rapids

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A Comedy of Errors
and near Marriages

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By MARY ROBERTS RINEHART and
AVERY HOPWOOD

Laughs and Thrills
Greatest mystery play ever in the theater-Chicago Tribune.
The prosperity of Chicago as evidenced by the run of The Bat-
-Mayor Thompson
Full of thrills and fun and laughing joy and contentment-.
-Chicago News
Sensation follows sensation in this sterling drama - Chicago Post
Keeps the hair of the standees standing - Chicago Evening American
Prices: $2.50, $2.00, $1.50, $1.00

"The
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Match
.eaker"

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With Viola Dana .and. Jack Perrin

PRICES 10c, 25c, 35c
Including Tax

A picture that betters the old
triangle plot: It's an odd
quadrangle.
OTHER GOOD FEATURES

Where a naive flapper (
wits a worldly widow.

SEATS NOW

Make your RESERVATIONS
at once as choice seats are
being taken up.

COMING BIG SHOW SUNDAY
ON THE STAGE ON THE SCREEN
ATLANTIC CITY GLORIA SWANSON
JAZZLAND SYNCOPATORS In "UNDER THE LASH"

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PACK ARD

DANCE

Wahr's, Graham's and
at the Door

SAT. EVENIN
Admission $1.00
University Chaperonei

Kennedy's Orchestra

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