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January 27, 1922 - Image 7

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LISTS Fl
EXTRA

HOP

TODAY

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Screen
Arcade-Wallace Reid in "Rent
( aestic-Richard Blartelmess in
"~Tol'able David."
( Wuerth-Marie Prevost in "A'
Parisian Scandal,"
Orpeum- Lottie Pickford in
Re"TSheikay" wthRudolph

j All organizations whose listsj
of guests for the Junior Hop are j
to appear in the Hop extra must
mail or bring to the editorial of-
flees of The Daily :a typewritten
!list of guests, not later than Mon-
1day evening, Feb. 6. ;4o lists will
be received after that time, but
any necessary corrections in the
original lists' will be made.
SHUBERT Mat Wed, and Sat., sve to 75e
MICHIGAN Nights --75e to $2.50
tOFTROIT)
BROCK PEMBERTON, Presents
Zona Gale's +Comedy. Success
Miss wt Carroll
Lila Bet MchieColmas
and Original N. Y. Company
G A R R CK Mat. Wed.-Sat. sto ?n
DETROIT50
Arthur Hopkins will present
Lionel Barrymore
rIn Henri Bernsteins Great Play
"The Claw" with Irene Fenwick
and Unaltered New York Cast

I CIIiHES TRYOUTSI
a All freshmen wishing to tryout
for Chimes business staff the
jsecond semester, report at the
Chimes othece in the Press~ build-
ing this afternoon from 1 to 5
I o'clock.

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0OLIVER,
1WITTIIPLEX
HAMMONID
and oilher ty),writers. These
clines are in first-class condli
and bargains at the prices asi
0. D. MORRIL
I7 Nickels Arcade
Dea'er for L. C. Smith and Cora

Detroit Central Alumni Dance,
day, February 3. Hotel Statler.
formal.-Adv.

Fri-
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STARTING
SUNDAY

11

THIS WEEK

LI

Stage

k~ in the booth
semester, or
now and must
should notify

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

's leaguej
L27. At
on party,
nt a play.
irOs'play
on Thu rs-

Whtney-(Starting Sunday)-"AI
Connecticuit Yankee."

DEAN JORDAN TO ADDIRSS
WOMIEN OF BIRMINiGHAM
Dean Myra B. , Jordan left yesterday
afternoon for Birmingham, Michigan,
where she wi l address the Birming-
ham group of University women at 'u
luncheon on Saturday.

and
.heir
thbe

AI relig-'
Reserve
o'clock
all. Mis
sg and

FRESHMAN ,NOTICE
All freshmen who have not
paid their dues are asked to
mail them to the class treasurer,
Don Johnson, 431 East Univer-
sity.

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LAE I
LAST TIMES TODAY
''The Sheik''
With
RUDOL.PFI VALENTINO and
AGNES AYRES
Saturday --- Tarn Mix
Sunday HAROLI LOYI) aiid
"THE LONE WOLF"
' i RAE W
FRIDAY - SATURDAY
LOTTIE PICKFORD:

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t ((fUiuaaus.
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J't /
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Hilts;

) accept orders
d would advise
avoid4 the last
e 3unior (Giris'
he in by Ma rcli
;he department
them all made:j

Our -newly ftemodeled Hair Dressing
parlors on the third floor are now open'
in time to take care of the J-Hop rush.
H~ave all private booths and use rain-
water only. We do, shampooing.,.fac-
ial work, manicuring, hair dressing.
hair bobbing, and4 all marcelling is
done by our own expert. Also carry
a ful line of Jenny Lincoln cosmetics.
Would advise making your appoint-
ments early for the day of the J-Hop
so that you will not be disappointed
or have to wait foo load. Mack &
Co.-Adv.

CNsiliamLc~jox
MARIQ
TWAIN S
C.ONNECT Wily
Ir.IICE
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Store of Correct Fashions

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NO CONNECTinN WITh ANY OTHER STig4
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Styles for after twilight hours. Costumes whNich will lend grace to 'the most :exclusive
social function. ,Airy, lovely things for college; girls in the new Sp.ing silhouette which
tends toward the fitted 'waistline. Radium Silks, Paulette Crepes, Paisley Canton,
Chiffons,. Georgettes and laces., New ideas in ornate girdles, feather trimming, cheni~le
wool embroidery, stencil effects, be-zd and applique work. Colors include Poinsetta. red,
fuchsia, cornflower, orchid, Bishop's pu~ple, fgame and -"

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