at f ,'
"Writing Down the
topic which RobertI
ice" was the dents yesterday morning. "Tones are containing a t;
st used in a kind of behavior." said Mr. Frost. without tone.
Senior society has been expending
much time and effort on the plans for
their work among the league houses.
The scheme which will be inaugurated
after the beginning of next semester is
elaborate in scope and detail.
The idea of the society has been
to form neighborhood groups. For
this purpose they have divided the city
into 17 districts, each neighborhool
group including the league houses that
come within the district. Arrange-
ments have been made so that the
houses in each group will be- within
as easy and convenient reach of each
other as, possible.
The girls of each group are to make
calls on each other and generally be-
come acquainted. A member of Sen-
'or society will be in charge of each
group. Under her guidance the girls
are to get together and have teas and
dances. The committee in charge
hopes that these plans will bring the
girls living in league houses Into clos-
er relationships with each other and
make them feel that they are part of
a large organization than merely of
the league house.
Members' of the Freshman Girls'
Glee club will meet at Dey's studio
at 4:10 o'clock tomorrow afternoon to
have their picture taken for the Mich-
iganensian. Members are requested
to wear dark dresses.
The Michiganensian picture of the
University Girls' Glee club will be
takenat s2o'clock thisbafternoon
'at Randall's. studio. Members are re-
quested to wear dark dresses.
The cast and committee for the Jun-
ior Girls' play will have their pictures
taken at 12:15 o'clock Tuesday at the
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.
All senior girls must have their
caps ind gowns before the Jnior
Girls' play which will he given March
23.'24. and 25. The caps and gowns
may be procured at Mack's.
Wyvern society will have its picture
taken at 5 o'clock Wednesday at the
Open house will be held as usual
at the city Y..W. C. A. at 4 o'clock this
afternoon. Tea will be served. Girls
of Ann Arbor and the University are
The picture of the sophomore base-
AT THE THEATERS
Arcade -Anita Stewart in "The
Majestic-Wilam de Mil'es' pro-
duction, "Miss Lulu Bett"
Wuerth - Rudyard Kipling's
"Without Benefit of Clergy."
Orpheum - Alma Rubens In
Rae-William S. Bart in "The
There wil]:e a representative of the
Wonien's A hletic assoiation in the
parlors at Barbour gymnasium from
4:30 to 5:O o'clock on Mondays and
Thursdays to give information in re-
gard to the association to all girls de-
siring it. Memberships will also be
granted at these times to those girls
presenting 100 honor points earned
under the new schedule of grading.
Plan Valentine Party at Union
Alumni and directors' members of
the Union will hold their annual Val-
entine party Tuesday, Feb. 14, at the
Union. The affair will be formal.
Tickets are on sale fop $2 at the main
desk in the lobby, and include refresh-
Good Things to Eat
At Reduced Prices
head Lettuce Salad .......25c
Chicken Sandwich .........25c
Club Sandwich ... .......0c
Special Steak Dinner...... 75c
Fine Home-Made Pie......10e
READY TO SERVE
12 TO 2 P. X-
815 SOUTH STATE STREET
Your Feet Are
Worth a Fortune!
Right now whil you have
good feet you should take
care of them. You can't
have comfortable feet if
you continue to wear ordi-
nar shoes with sagging
arches. Arch Preserver
Shoes with the concealed
arch bridge keep your feet
vigorous and healthy be-
cause a comfortable and
normal support is pro-
vided. Arch Preserver
Shoes are in good style,
always, enabling you to
have your feet look as you
- -- -5r -
}4' r. X x _' .__ _ __x-br_
- -A 14 lm-x x x it 3
XX -ju-w- zm 2Q&
A . 11
YOU SHOULD OWN
FULL DRESS SUIT
OF YOUR OWN
WILL .MARK YOU
Are You Interested In Economy?
IF YOU ARE WE HAVE A REAL MESSAGE FOR YOU. IT IS OUR HONEST
BELIEF THAT WE CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH TAILORED CLOTHES AT MORE
REASONABLE PRICES THAN YOU WILL BE ABLE TO OBTAIN ELSEWHERE.
WE WILL APPRECIATE IT IF YOU WILL COME AND INSPECT OUR GOODS
AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. IT IS WORTH A TRIAL.
A. F. MARQUARDT
608 EAST LIBERTY STREET
t.-.,.-.------- .._. ...
_n_~i iA , A
TODAY THROUGHI EDNESDAY
TODAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY
The PULITZER PRIZE WINNING PLAY of 1
MODELLED INTO A FINE PICTURE
Zona Gale, the author, said:
"New York Acclaim made
'Lulu Bett' - Paramount has
made Lulu Better."
"The Ideal American
ture, "a story of Your H
YmOK "A$tst'( t iU S i. - fPA Ko
KEEPS THE FOOT WELL
We carry in stock 25 styles
for Ladies', 10 styles for Men,
all made for us, with special
patterns, we have found to
fit better than their regular
"THAT WAS FINE "
Garrick (Detroit)-Lionel Barry-
more in "The Claw."
Shuhert Michigan (Detroit) -
"Miss Lulu Bett," with Carroll
Here's a tale of the girl who was
the family "goat" (every family
has one). -She washed and scrub-
bed and cooked and attended the
family, just for the privilige of liv-
ing, till love entered her life, for
a brief visit, then back to drudg-
ery 'til Cupid reappeared.
Without fanfare, blowing of trum-
pets or hurling of adjectives, we
proudly sponsor "Miss Luiu Bett"
as the finest, cleanest photo drama
that ever graced an Ann Arbor
screen. Its very sweetness will
captivate you, dim your. eyes;,
brighten your life and make you
glad you are alive.
123 E. Liberty St., Cor. 4th
State Savings Bank
IF YOU WOULD INSURE YOURSELF THE GREATEST SESSION OF TRUE ENTERTAINMENT, ,REGARDLESS OF YOUR TASTES
AMUSEMENT IDEA, COME, BRING EVERYBODY YOU KNOW TO THE MAJESTIC TO SEE "MISS LULU BETT."
SPECIAL COMEDY ATTRACTION
Car. Main and Washington
Johnny Hines in "DOGGONE TORCHY"
Another Story of the Inimitable Stories of the Smart Office Boy
PRICES:-NIGHTS AND SUNDAY MATINEE-35c
WEEK DAY MATINEES-All Seats,25c
Capital $300,000 Surplus $300,000
RICHARD BARTHELMESS in "TOL'ABLE DAVID"