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October 05, 1921 - Image 7

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School of1

Brady in "Little
1 B. DeMille's pro-
e Affairs of Ana-
allace Reid, Wan-
Gloria Swanson
iniels.
Moore in "Beat-
ie," and Harold
k Hoxie in "Dead

j WHAT'S GOING ON
WEDNESDAY
4:00-Ferris Institute club meets at
room 206 U-Hall.
4:30-Business staff of Gargoyle meets
at Press building.
7: 00-Circulo Italiano meets in Cercle
Francais room.
:00-Tryouts for Varsity Glee club,
room 308, Union.
7:00-Varsity band rehearsal at U-
Hall.
7:00-University Symphony orches-
chestra tryouts at School of Music.
7:15-Scalp and Blaide meeting at
Union.
7:30-Forestry club meets in room
214, Natural Science building..
8:00- All-Arebitects' smoker, upper
reading room, Union.
THURSDAY
7 :30-Meeting of Wayfarers, room 304,
Union.
7:30-Gun and Bla'de club smoker,
reading room, Union.
8:00-Christian Science society in au-
ditorium, Lane hall.
7:00-8:30 - Tryouts for University

RADIO TRY-OUTS WANTED

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Radio operators, who have
had commercial experience and
who are interested in the estab-
lishment and operation of the
Western Conference Radio News
service, are asked to meet with
Franklin Johnston, '22E, at 7
o'clock Monday evening in the
Engineering society- rooms.
,The Y. W. C. A. will hold its open-
ing vesper services at 5 o'clock Wed-
nesday afternoon at Newberry hall.
Tea will be served from 4. to 5
o'clock and the services, which will be
conducted by Dean Myra B. Jordan,
will begin at 5 o'clock.
.All junior girls are expected to at-
Try a Daily Want Ad. It pays.-Adv.

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W E E S

tend an important meeting at 4:30
o'clock Wednesday afternoon in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall. Plans for the
Junior Girls' play will be explained,
and a full attendance is desired.
Tryouts for the University of Mich-
igan Girls' Glee club will be held
from 4 to 6 .o'clock on Wed-
nesday afternoon at the School of
Music. Only women who have been
on the campus one year are eligible.
Hockey practice for upperclasswo-
men will be held at 4 o'clock on Mon-
days and Wednesdays on Palmer field.
The Women's Athletic association
board will meet at 4:30 o'clock Thurs-
day afternoon in Barbour gymnasium.
Women wishing to take part in the
fall tennis tournament should sign on
the bulletin board in Barbour gymnas-
ium before 5 o'clock Friday, Oct. 7.
Sophomores who left gymnasium
clothes in their lockers last year and
who have not claimed them should see
Mrs. Blackburn by 4 o'clock, Friday,
Oct. 7.
Upperclasswomen wishing to receive
instruction in tennis are requested to
meet at 6 o'clock today in Barbour
gymnasium.
First year students specializing in
physical education will meet at 5
o'clock Thursday in the office' of Bar-
bour gymnasium.
Women who wish to teach English,
FWren chSpanish, citizenship, and danc-
ing at the city Y. W. C. A. one night
a week are asked to call immediately
0'

All entering sophomores, juniors, reside

III

TODAY AND THURSDAY

Alice

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IN
"Little Italy "

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hall.

Stage

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-"Three Live

Daily Advertisers.-Adv..l

WM.GOODYEAR & COMPANY

Three

Pertinent

Hints

IT IS A STORY OF VERSATILE ALICE BRADY AS A, PAI
DAUGHTER QF ITALY, FLAMING ON AMERICAN SOIL V
WORLD INTENSITY AS THE FIERY, PASSIONATE, PR(
ITED ITALIAN GIRL WHO BROKE UP A BITTER FAMI
WHICH HAD RAGED FOR GENERATIONS. MISS BRA
HER BEST.
ADDED ATTRACTIONS
"AFTER THE DOUGH
A SCREAMS OF HILARITY

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Wednesday Thursday

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To the College Girl Who,
Would be Smart in Attire

JACK HOXIE
IN
Dead
or
Alive"

"MY BAREFOOT BOY"

Showing at 2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30
Last Feature Starts at 9:00 P. M.
COMING FRIDAY
CONSTANCE BINNEY in "ROOM AN

ARCADE ORC

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1 JUST as comfortable and necessary as one's
galoshes - but immensely better looking -
are the fur-collared sports coats of suede velour.
For wear to classes, football games and trotting
about in general there's nothing better. Lined
with chamois except in the sleeves, where satin
is used. Belted; patch pockets. One in African.
brown with huge raccoon collar is only $59.50.
Others, $49.50 to $69.50.:

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NOW

PLAYING

Majstic

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Crowds Increasing Every Day
WITH HUNDREDS TURNED AWAY
PEOPLE ARE COMING FOR MILES

(SECOND FLOR)

TO SEE

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NOW is the time for all trim ankles
to don their winter woolens. English
woolens, of course. In brown, green,
blue and purple heathers. $1.95 to
$2.75.
Onyx silk hose with Pointex heels,
$3.75.
Phoenix silk hose in black and Ha-
vana brown, $1.25 to $2.75.
(MAIN FLOOR)

3

CECIL B. DEMILLE'S
Greatest
Production

"The Affal

AUTUMN drizzle and cold soon
chap one's hands if proper protec-
tion is not given. The smartest pro-
tection is the strap-wrist gauntlet
style, preferably in a lightweight
cape glove. In brown and willlow,
the backs stitched in black. $5.
Other smart gloves, $3 to $6.50.
(MAIN FLOOR)j

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WALLACE REID
GLORIA SWANSON
ELLIOTT DEXTER
BEBE DANIELS
THEODORE ROBERTS
WANDA HAWLEY
RAYMOND HATTON

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- 2:00, 3:30
...........20c
........ Oc

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Evening ' 7:00, 8:45
Adults ... .......30c
Kiddies ............ 1Oc

T TIME TODAY
N1 MOORE,
IN
EATING THE
GAME"
)LD LLOYD-

THURSDAY -SATURDAY
Jas. 0. Curwood's
God's Country

* AGNES AYERS

* THEODORE KOSLOFF

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AND -

* POLLY MORAN
* MONTE BLUE
* JULIA FAYE

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The Law"

IN

E DDIE BOLAND
IN-

DAILY MATINEES
2:00 and 4:00
EVENING SHOWS
7:00 and 9:00
SHOWS START PROMPTLY

Ten Piece
Orchestra

Louis
Killian
Director

Evenings - 35c and
Matinees - 25c and
ATTEND THE MATIN
Avoid the Nirht Crow

"THE CHINK"

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