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THIS WEEK

The cast and committee for the Jun-
ior Girls' play will have their pictures
taken at 12:15 o'clock today at the
Spedding studio.
All freshmen and sophomores are
required to take a posture examination
before the end of the semester. Girls
of these classes are asked to Agn up
fo rt nappointment on the lists in the
dit ector's office. The dates for the
examination are Jan. '25, 26, and 27.
All senior girls must have their
r'aps tnd gowns before the jiunior
(;iIs'play which will be 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
spedding studio.
There will he a representative of the
Women's Athletic assodiation in the
parlors at Barbour gymnasium from
4:30 to 5f30 o'clock on Mondays and
Thursdays to give information in re-
gird to the association t~o all girls dt-
;iring it. Memberships will also bel
Lranted at these times to those girlv
presenting 100 honor points earned
ender the new schedule of grading.
Dean Myra B. Jordan will be at home
for all University women from 3 to
6 o'clock this afternoon.
H A V E 'YOU R

The schedule for the games will be
played in the basketball color tourna-
ment this afternoon and evening is
as folrows: Red vs. brown, and yel-
low vs. purple at 4:15 o'clock; blue vs.
orange, and green vs. white at 7:15
o'clock; black vs. gray at 8 o'clock.
Athena Literary society will meet
at 7:15 o'clock tonight in the Alpha
Nu room. There will be an election
of officers.
All houses should get a supply of
candy and blue books from the booth
in University hall to last over the ex-
amination weeks, since the booth will
be closed during.that time.
All girls whq have money collected
for the booth in University hall should
turn it in to Dorothy Jeffreys, '24, by
Friday.

WIIDTSIES' TRYOUTS
The editors of Whimsies will
be gladdto receive communica-
tions from any member of the
student body who are interested
in becoming candidates for the
editorial staff of the magazine
for the year 1922-23. Three posi-
tions are td be filled by election:
and every application will be
given full consideration regard-
less of class or school of the ap-
plicant. All persons interested
should apply by mail, addressing
letters to Whimsies, Press build-
ing, before Feburury 1.
LAWRENCt H. CONRAD.

The group picture of the Freshman
Girls' social committee for the Mich-
iganensian will be taken at 4:15 to-
morrow afternoon at Dey's studio.

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Girls who wish to work in the booth
in University hall next semester, or

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ESHMAN NOTICE

SWAIN

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Lantern Slides

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GROUPS
Daylight or Flashlight
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6 t. 7:30, Edison
rom 8 to 12.

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ARTHUR HOPKINS Presents
Lionel Barryn
In Henri Bernstein's Great Play
' "THE CLAW'
(By Arrangement with the Messrs. Shu
Irene Fenwic
and UNALTERED NEW YORK .CAS
The New York Critics Said:
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hurst." -Louis I
"In this sort of a play he outplays any other Am
-Kenneth Mac(
"The best part he has had in years, not excepts
or The Copperhead'." -Stephen F
"Superb work by Irene Fenwick in the Role o:
.-Heywood B
"Again the masterly hand of this producer makE
ifest behind'The Claw'." -Robert G. Wel
"Lionel Barrymore's greatest performance-an
able that it could be properly celebrated
cheers it roused." -Charles Darnton
As Mr. Barrymore closes his New York engage:
night, he will be unable to open In Detroit until
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Former Advertising Manager of Wanamaker's, Philadelphia
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TODAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY
The Columbia University Prize Winning
MObELLED INTO A FINE PICTURE

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Zona Gale, the author, said:,
"New York Acclaim made
'Lulu Bett' - Paramount has
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