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January 29, 1922 - Image 10

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S TE'LL OF ORGANIZATION
AM) WORK IN HOUSES
FOR WOMEN
e to the fact that many women on
:ampus do -not realize. the full
Lons of the women's dormitories,
sume of the organization and
of each house will be published
Is and later issues of the Daily.
st established as a co-operative
[tory here five years ago through
iforts of a body of Detroit alum-
Alumnae house has succeeded in!
urpose. It has aimed to fom
mosphere for its girls which' will
at of a family group, each mem-
f which derives benefit from con-
with the others. Each girl does!
part In" fostering this spirit and
the group is a small one it has
with unusual success.
Has Alumnae Body
erest among those girls who have
In Alumnae house in the past
been so strong that an alumnae
dation has been formed by them.
A goes by the official name of
mae House association. This wa
lat June, at the time of Corn
ement. A great many alumnae
back at the organization of the
laton Through the effrt of De-
alumnae an endowment fund has
collected, which is subscribed
the members of the association
which is to be used for the bene-
the house.
amnac House is co-operative in
rganization. The girls take part
he work of the house, each ,re-
ug pay by the hour for what she
Work is apportioned by the di-
>r at the beginning of every
pster, a.nd she takes into consid-
on the needs and abilities of each
Those engaged in outside work
still able by their residence in
nnae house to take advantage of
ntimate companionship with other
which, is considered such an
irtant feature of the life there.
umnnae house has been so success-
in its operation that there are
y other groups which are desir-
of trying out the plan started
,.- Cheever dormitory, newly or-
zed this year, is ,arranged under
same plan.
Kent Hall Organized
it hall was the first of the
ler, privatelygestablisheddorm-
is and was organized-four years
Since its establishment, Miss
;hS. Hills has been house head
present, there are 20 University
en living in this dormitory. Of-
B are as fdllows: President.
ces Vivian, '22; treasurer, Celia
y, '22Ed; secretary, Lucile White-
etings 'are held every two weeks
rhich matters pertaining to the
2itory are discussed. Faculty
lerst are entertained at dinner
ral times a semester and house '
es are given four times a year.
v Give Play For
Teague Rene fit
sques' annual spring play will be
uced this year on a large scae
kpril 29 in Hill auditorium. Al
eeds will be given to the Univer-
of Michigan League campaign{
he Yellow Jacket," by George
eton, is the play under consider-
i. This Is an unusual Chinese
,,cal ing for elaborate staging and
iming, and has been used for the
few years by Mr. and Mrs. Co-.
youts and rehearsals will begin
F In the second semester, the
s to be announced later.
rBERRY ORCHESTRA GIVES
PROCEEDS TO LEAGUE FUND
i orchestra has been organized by
ral girls from Helen Newberry
Lence under the direction of Mar-
a Poundstone. This orchestra is

posed of- six violinists, Edna
>w, Frances Ames, Florence Ful-
Genevieve Sproat, Dorothy and
y Jenners; two cellists, Mary
re and Berth Roegler; a flute p'ay.
'rances Thomas and two pianists.
e girls play for the weekly par-
given by the Women's league and;
ribute the money, earned in this!
to the University of Michigan!
,ue fund.
ual Dinner to be Held at City Y
e annual dinner of the city Y. W.
L. trustees, committee chairmen.
the' University Y. W. C. A. ad-
ry board will be held at 6:45
ck Monday evening,' Jan. 0, at
association's cafeteria -on Wil-!
s street.- Following the dinner a
ing will be held at 7:30 o'clock
hich Mis Mabel E: Stone, national
etary of religious education, will
Lk.
duaational Club Elects Officers
. a meeting of the Girl's Educa-
al club held on Wednesday even-
at Betsy Barbour house, the fo-
ng officers were elected: press-
, Jean A. Thomas, '22; vice-presi-
, Hilda E. Wester, '22; and secre-

iEGULAR PRICES

Today- M onday-Tuesday

REGULAR PRICES

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Acolph
Zukor
Sresents

Anna Q Nissoii
AND
S Nonnan Keny

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O GRAVE! WHERE IS THY YI-TO-REE?
O death! where is thy sting?
Folks thought these birds had shuffled off,
But you can't will them, by jing!
And when they breeze back home and find-
! -! ?-0 boy! Let's go!-Ding ding!
A ne'er-do-vell who, fearin the law, was perfectly will-
ing to stay "dead."
A blue-Mood, shell shocked out of his' name and past
into a habit of stealing anything in sight.
A roaring bucko whose "resurrectoin" spoiled Step-ma-
ma's plans for collecting insurance.
Add a wife, a baby, two interrupted loves and 57 com-
plications! Mix with constant surprises and laugh for a
solid hour !

ADD'E D
ASSORTED HEROES
THE GREAT KIDDIES' COMEDY
(And the Grown-ups too)
DON'T FAIL TO SEE THIS
SELZNICK
NEWS
ARCADE ORCHESTRA
A MUSICAL TREAT
ATTRACTIONS OMING
Cut Out and Keep for Reference
WED., THURS., FRI., SAT.
February 1, -2, 3, 4
THE SILENT CALL
featuring
STRONGHEART
,THE WONDER DOG
SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
February 5, 6, 7
R.S.V.P-
CHARLES RAY
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY
February 8 and 9 -
THE FOURTEENTH LOVER
VIOLA DANA
FRIDAY, SATURDAY
February 10 and 11
THE HUNCH
GARETH HUGHES

SUNDAY SCHEDULE
MATINEE
1:30 -3:00 - 4:30
EVENING'
7:00 and 8:30
Last Feature Starts 9:00 P. M.
Pc RICES
25e - 35c LODGES 50c
Children 1 Oc Always,

Baramoinl
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A GEORGE

E. FITZMAURICE PRODUCTION

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STARTS WEDNESDAY!

Coming Straight at You!

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Strong heart,

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the Wonder-dog!

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A girl and a dohg
among men of
all brveds out:
yonder in the
hills of thrills.
It was life in the raw out there -
a life the g'rl, fresh from the city,
could not urderstand.
She shrank from the men who
fought for her. She found ferdc'ty
and hate in men and beasts. She,
too,. found love. E -er guard'ng
her the great wolf-dog-straining
between the call of the pack and
animal devotion for the girl. Soon-
er or later the blood-call would
win - and then -
Half wolf, half dog, with steel-trap
jaws and fine eyes - a killer when
the wolf call echoes in his ears -
a beast of unmeasured devotion
when his animal heart, charged
with an inborn hate of men, knows
the first touch of human kindness
bestowed by a girl.
H. 0. DAVIS
presents it real as life based on
Hal. 0. Evarts' Saturday Evening
Post story.
THE CROSS PULL
REMEMBER IT'I
It's bigger than ever when por-
trayed by Strongheart, the dug,
John Bowens, Kathryn MacGuIre,
William Dyer and others.

"THE

SILENT

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