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have their
the Juni
given March
and gownr
5.

TODAY
Screen

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Arcade-Wallace Reid in "Rent
F:ee."
Majestic-Richard Bartelmess in
"Tol'able David."
Wuierth-Marie Prevost in "A
Parisian Scandal."

get a supply of
3 from the booth
last over the ex-
e the booth will

Orpheum-Alice Lake
chartered Seas."

In s"Un-

Rae-"The Sheik," with Rudolph
Valentino.

Shave money collected
iUniversity hail should
orothy Jeffreys, '24, by
sh to work in the bootpa
hall next semester, or
ig there now and must
chedules, should notify
's, '24.
P Masques will be held
his afternoon in the
>our gymnasium. It is
every member who in-
ue the work be there or
to the secretary.
A. cabinet picture will
12:30 o'clock this
he Dey studio.

CATCHY CHORUSES
Music and lyrics for the Junior
Girls' play were chosen at a reeent
meeting of the committee in charge.
The music has a catchy swing which'
will quicken the step of the choruses
and promises to appeal to the audi-
ence.
Josephine Connable, music chair-
man, and Helene Torrey, lyric chair-
man, have made an effort to obtain
music which will surpass that of
former Junior Girls' plays. The songs
are being printed and will be ready
when rehearsals continue at the be-
ginning of tle new semester.
The committee requests that the
cast and choruses watch closely for
notices of practices to be held next
semester.
CORRECTION
Due to typographical errors the
amounts credited to sororities and wo-
men's .houses in yesterady's Daily as
donations to the University of Michigan
league were wrong. The correct list
is as follows.
Alpha Phi, spring formal. $100; , Al-
pha Chi Omega, spring formal.' $75
Alpha Omicron Pi, March. informal.
$50; Betsy Barbour house, December
informal, $80; Chi Omega, informal.
$77 50: Cheever house, informal, $20;
Delta Delta Delta, informal. $70; Del-
la gamma, spring formal, $90: Gamma
Phi Beta,, spring formal, $75; Helen
[Newberry residence, informal. '$70;
Tordan house, informal, $20; Kent res-
idence, informal, $20. Kappa Delta, in-
frmal. $60; Kappa Kappa Gamma, in-
formal. $50; Martha Cook building,,
formal, $200; and Theta Phi Alpha, in-
formal. $50.

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'ENSIAN PHOTOS
Group photographs of campus
organizations and classes for the
1922 Michiganensian must be
taken during ,the month of Jan-
uary. Sittings should be ar-
ranged at once.

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DANCING'
Orchestra Music for Dinner
Dance from 6 t. 7:30. Edison
Music from 8 to 13.
NO CH ARGE
See managementfor open dates for fraternity
and sorority banquets, party dances after
noon dansants, etc.

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BROCK PEMBERTON, Presents Arthur Hopkins will
Zona Gale's Comedy Success Lionel Barr3
Miss with Carroll in Henri Bernsteins Gr
Lull Bett Mc Comas "The Claw" with Irene
and Original N. Y. Company and Unaltered New Y4

THIS WEEK

Stage

Garrick (Detroit)-Lionel Barry-
more in "The Claw."
Shubert Michigan (Detroit) -
"Miss Lulu Bett," with Carroll
McComas-.

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Color Tournament Results Announced
In the series of basketball color
tournament played on Tuesday after-
noon and evening brown defeated red,
purple defeated yellow, green defeated
white, orange defeated blue, and black
iefeated gray. No more games will be
played in the tournament until next
semester.

Y. W.

CHINESE GARDENS
YOU, MR. STUDENT
should have use for
a typewriter. You
* can rent one from us
frthree months for
$7.50 up. Or you
can rent with privi-
lege ~of .buying. ,At.
any time up to six
*"months we will allow
all, rent; you', .have
paid to count against
sale price of machine. There is nodobli-
gation to buy. This offer is mrade to
save you money iftyou find you want to
own a machine after first renting.
Your Choice of Makes
State your choice: Underwood, Rem.
ington, L. C. Smith, etc. Every machine
is perfect-rebuilt by the famous "Young
Process." This process is our own. It is
recognized the country over. It is back
of our iron-clad guarantee which makes
you judge and jury. We grant to days'
free -trial on all our machines. You run
no risk.
Get Our -Prices
We save you so per cent and up on type-
writers. All makes and models to select
from--the. largest selected stock of mna-
chines- in America. Send for catalo be-
fore you- rent or buy anywhere. Write
today!l
YOUNG TYPEWRITER COMPANY
2s W. Lake St., Dept. 234, Chicago
Phone. Central 46

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ACONNECTIC

'The Wuerth Theatre
%s proud, to present {

YANKEE.,

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There will be no Women's league
arty Friady afternoon, Jan. 27. At
ie regular Friday afternoon party,
eb. 17, Mummers will present a play.
The usual meeting of the Girls' Man-
lin club will not be held this evening.
Practices for the Junior Girls' play
3,st will be he'd at 4 o'clock on Thurs-
ay, Feb. 9, and at 9:30 o'clock Friday,
eb. 10.
No basketball games will be played'
Nis afternoonor evening in the color
"urnament.
There are still many freshmen and
>phomores who have not taken their
>sture examinations. These must be
,ken before tomorrow.
Miss Mabel R Stone, national relit-
us education secretary of the Y. W.
A. will talk to the Girls' Reserve
aders training corps at 4:45 o'clock
onday, Jan. 30, in Newberry hall. Miss
:one will sneak on "Telling and
ramatizing of Bible Stories."
Read Mic'higan Daily Ads and yoi
Ill buy wisely.-Adv.

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DING ARTUR :S ~BCOURT

TH E R.AENOW PLAYING
YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE

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Company.
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STARTING TODAY
STAR ADDED TO OUR ALP'EADY IMPC

ANOTHER GREAT

Here's THE
Big Event!
Dick Barthelmess, now a star
in his own right, heading his
own company, makes his firit
picture.

And what
of mountain
tain men?
And of a
manhood in

a picture-an epie
mothers and moun-
loy who leaps to
life's greatest test!

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ONE OF THE THREE BIG-
GEST DRAMAS OF THE
YEAR - AND THAT'S THE
PLAIN, UNVARNISHED
TRUTH?

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NLESS YOU HBAT.
'E MODERN WAY
IUCH OF YOUR HEAT
PILL GO..
STR
F all of the heat that was
wasted in this world was ar-
rested and locked up 6n a
arge of vagrancy and there-
er properly distributed to
vering souls who needed t a
of suffering would be abat-
Don't waste fuel. Let us'
tall the proper heating equip-
ent.
3eranek-
k'Martin

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THE COMEDY

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Presented by Inspiration Pictures, Inc. Directed by
Henry King. Adapted from Joseph Hergesheimer's
famous Saturday Evening Post story
OTHER GREAT FEATURES
CCOMING
BY WHICH OTHERS WILL BE JUDGED!

"MOLLY-0
with
MA BEL NORMAND
BIGGER AND BETTER. THAN "ICKEY"

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