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THE MICHIGAN VAIN °i

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ADRIAN-ANN4 ARBOR BUS
BUS LEAVES COtRNER 'OF-MAI7N &
HUR~ON STREETS tNgTEAD OF.
ALLENEL HOTEL
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O:15'3:i1.....Saline ......4:1+5 zx:0.
6 .;.i. AnnA Arbor LT. 4:fit 10:3
Real! u k
SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS
P.M .P.M..
3 :30 Isv... Adrian .. Ar 9:00
4:05 ....,Tecumseh ... :5
4:75 .... Clinton ... 8:05
5:13 ...Saline . 7:15,
S -t Ar. Ann Arbor IY. 5-a
P.M[.
8Soinething 'for sale? A Classified
Ad in The DIaily will' find a buyer.-
Adv..

Wtomien

Practice for the Junior Girls' play
will be held at 9:30 o'clock Satur-
day morning In Sarah Caswell Angell
hall. All members are requested to
be present and lines should be learn-
ed.
The cabaret party which had been
planned for this afternoon has been
postponed because the Irish players
will be at the Whitney theater under
the auspices of the Ann Arbor branch
of the American Association of Uni-
versity women. The entertainment Is
being given for the benefit of. the build-
ing fund for the University of Mich-
igan league.
There will be a representative of the
Wonmen's Athletic associdtion In the

parlors at Barbour gymnasium from have paid their de by that time.
4:30'to 5:30 o'clock on Mondays and Dark dresses willd be worn..
Thursdays to give information in re-_
gard to the association to all girls de- Alsno il athv hi
siring it. Memberships will also be Al, eirgrs uthv hi
granted at these times--to those girls naps ,'nd gowns before the Juior
preentng 00 ono pontsearned Girls' p~lay which wili be given March
ender the new schedule of grading. 23, 24, and 25. The cap: and gowNvs
may bte procured at Mack's.

SPECIAL SALE
s OF
Correspondence;
M .Paper S
-THIS INCLUDES=1
QWREPACKAGE] COLLEGE AND FRATERNITY
DIE EMBOSSED PAPERS
in bond and linen finishes at greatly reduced prices.
U0. D. Mo rrll
-- .17. NICKELS ARCADE ..
-(OPEN EVENINGS)1

There will be a picture 'taken of
he official Panhellenic delegates, the
retiring officers, and the newly elected
officers at 12:15 o'clock today at Dey's
studio.
There will be an important business
meeting of the Women's Cosmopolitan
club at 7:15 o'clock Saturday night at
Helen Newberry residence.
The executive committee of the
Alumnae council, the advisory mem-
bers of the committee, the chairmen
of the standing committees, and the
board of directors of the. Women's
league will hold a joint meeting at 4
o'clock today in Alumni Memorial
hall.
Members of the freshman spread
committee should be at Dey's studio
at 11 o'clock Saturday morning for
their Michiganensian picture. It is
requested thiat dark dresses be worn.
The world fellowship committee of
the Y. W. C. A. will not hold its usual
Saturday morning meeting this week.
All freshmen and sophomores are
required to take a posture examination
before the end of the semester. Girls
of these classes are asked to sign up
for an appointment on the lists in the
director's office. The dates for the
examination are Jan. 25, 26, and 27.
There will be an important meeting
of the board of representatives of the
Women's league at 11 o'clock tomor-
row mo-rning in the parlors of Barbour
gymnasium.

iT 'llffTHEATIK-

Chaperones for dances over the
week end are: Union-Friday, Mrs.
f-I. G. Berger; Saturday, Mrs. F. rQ.

Hleartti; Armory-Friday, Mrs. H. .l3.
L tzell; Saturday, Mrs. Yates Adams;
Packard-Saturday, Mrs. H. W. Cake.
SThere will be a meeting of the Un-
versity G'irls' Glee club at 11 o'clock
for ii ow no'rining, in Barbour gyrn-
n asi ur.
College 1 Buys City Club
The Cole-re of the City of New York
now owns its own college club, hay-
ing purchased the five story structure-
a t 46 East Fiftieth street.
SHU BERT Mat. Sun. Wed. & Sat.
MICHIGAN 25C spc and 753:
(DETROIT) Nights -- Sc to '$too
MUTT AND JEFF
IN-
CHINATOWN
GAR~RIK mat 'Ned .a.5vt s'
DETROIT 5~oO
"Rest Musicomcdy Since Maytime"
THE BIE GIRL retlris
With FRED HII L, BR AND and a Wonder
Cast of Comedians. Sinnuers ,Dancers from
Ambassador 1-heatre. New York.

tJ'~ STE M 6 CA5 FITIN0

THE BEST WORK
DONE AT THE
RIGHT PRICE

Arcade-Marshall Neilan in "Bits
-of Life."
Majestic-Betty Compson in "The
Law and the Woman"
Wuerth- William C. Cabannes
"The Barricade,"
Orpheum-Frank Mayo in "Go
Straight."

Gus.. J., Vogel
113 WV. WASHINGTON
Phone 2067J

TELEPHONE 214 F-1,
SKATES
Sharpened,

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Friday
Saturday

,,, '- ',t - "~lyU

ADULTS-0
RIDDI.ES--100

Rae-An all-star cast
Witching Hour."

in "They

TIlS WEEK

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Stu"e

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Garrick (Detroit)---"The
Girl," a nvsical comedy.
Shubert Michigan (Detrol
"Mutt and Jeff in Chinato-

Rose'
t) -

Directed big
i Ii I Awth nton

Whitney (Matinee on Friday) -
"The White Headed Boy," by
the Irish players.

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Masques' Michiganensian. picture
will be taken at 12:30 o'clock tomor-
row at Dey's studio. All members
who wish to be in the picture mus't

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NOWV 6SHOW ING .-.-.
For the Very First Time the Whole Movie History
THE NAG IZINE IIDEA BROUGHT TO THlE SCREEN

..,.

TODAY THROUGH SATURDAY

I'll move to her hotel -- get intimate with her!
powder and paint and bleach my hair! I'll ,live her
whatever it is -- and somehow -

I'll
life,

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The rest is a photoplay that those who

enjoy a good mystery play will
with.
CLYDE FITC
t Famous Stage Success

e pleased

"THE WOMAN IN THE Cj

On theo Screen as

Woma

HIS
ASE"
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STARRING THE
"M IRACLE GIRL"

A GOOD COMEDY -- "DUMBELLS"
WITH HARRY SWEET
__________N THE STAGEn..W.U..E...h

RAY V.
TROY'S
1922
SONG
REVUE

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ENTIRE
NEW
M~US ICAL
PROGRAM
BY THlE
SLAVES
OF
SYNCPATION.

14 STABS

INCLUDING .WESLEY BARRY, LON
CHANEY, JOHN BOWERS, TEDDY
SAMPSON, HARRIET HAMMOND
ADDED

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N RLY :MA RRIED
A COMEDY APACE WITH THE TIMES THAT WALL GIVE YOU MANY
HEARTY" LAUGHS AND THRILLS
SELZNIC:K NEWS ARCADE ORCHESTRA

COMING -- "MAISS .L uLU BETT" -- WATCH FOR IT

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Soon-

THE INVISIBLE FEAR
Featuring AN' ITA STEWART

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