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SATURDAY, FE13RITARY 11, 1922

THE MICHIGAN[ DAILY

PAGE FIVE

SAUDY FEBRUARY II, 1922 THE11 MICHIGAN1111111111 DAILY111111111111111111111111111PAGE111111FIVE11

"THE FOUR SEASONS"

nan, Madison, Wis.; Clara Louise
Kuttnaiier, Chirago, 11.; Ilies Gliieck'
Cleveland, 0.
Booth I1-hi Chi
Chaperons-Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Iychener, and Mrs. Frank Hatch, Ann
Arbor. Guests -The Iisses Cora Lou
Murbock, Archbold, 0.; Shirley Salis-
I bury, Petoskey; Bernice Rowe, Port-
land, Ind.; Catherine Konwinski, Iron
River; Martha Trout, Findley, 0.;
Mildred Neff, Findley, t.; Ruth Werk-
heiser, Findley, t.; Martha Maclean,
Pittsburgh, Pa.; Ethel L. Williams, De-
1troit;Plorence Seldmi, Ann AiImr.
ooth 22 Helrmeitage aod Iteta lbs
Dlelta
Chaperon- Prot. . G. Riiuthien and
Mrs. Ruthven. Guests -M'rs. Harry HN.
Martens, Brooklyn, N. Y.; the Misors
Margaret A. Hudson, Detroit,; Char- i
lotte L. Eckert, Grand Rapids; Mar-
garet Tibbals, Detroit; Agnes Jean
Tappan, Port Huron; Mary A. Isley,
Adrian; Gladys Edmondson, Morgan-
town, W. Va.; Ethel Stone, Lima, O.;
Julitta C. Erwin, New York City;
N Edith I. Parker, Detroit; Ottilie Klaus-
4- meyer, Cleveland, 0.; Blanche Kynast,
Saginaw; Harriet C. Brown, Indian-'
- apolis, Ind.; Dorothy t. Davis, Glen-
roe._ .. ; s Tisryi........ T.-..Te , -io 71Ts jT

Your Treasure:
Certain treasures you cannot
afford to lose, such as deeds,
contracts, notes, insurance
policies and valuable jewels.
There is only one safe place
for such things. It is the
Safe Deposit Box.
Look over our equipment-
you will find our Vaults the
last word.in safe construction.
Farmers & Mechanics Bank
101-105 So. Main St. 330 So. State St. (Nickels Arcade)

SCENE FROM "MAKE IT FOR TWO," THE 1922 MICHIGAN UNIO
OPERA, WHICH WILL BE PRESENTED AT THE WHITNEY THE!
TER THIS AFTERNOON FOR THE BENEFIT OF J-HOP GUESTS.

SOME l ~ ens, Ann Arbor; Helene Torrey, Do-j
wagiac; Irene Forgy, Ann Arbor;
_Margery Mitchell, Marine City; Mil-
Ired Beaeci, Paw Paw; Craee Hen-I
(Continued from Page Four) ksiiac A rbor,
Thelma Smith, Detroit; Winifred
Buck, Morenci; Elizabeth Humph- Biih 19 Indepandents
reys, Van Wert, O.; Georgia Hicks,
Maysville, Ky.; Esther Fiske, Albion; Chaperons - Mr. and Mrs. E. G.
Crystal Vander Horst, Kalanazoo; Newhall, Detroit. Guests-The Misses
Evelyn McElveen, Detroit; Katherine Agnes R. Nissen, Port Clinton, O.;
Johns, Rockville, Ind.; Finette Mar- Florence S. LeMont, Detroit; Helene
tin, Toledo, O.; Constance Baldwin, 'C. Steeg, Kansas City, Mo.; Helen
East Orange, N. J.; Mildred Sheets, Wild, Ann Arbor; Deborah Robison,
Muncie, Ind.; Elizabeth Norbeck, Chi- Detroit; Ellenor Putnam, Detroit; M.
CigO, Ill. Ottilie Davis, Benton Harbor; Helen
H. Hawker, Detroit; Claire Shinnick,
Deroit; Katherine Andrews, Detroit;
Booth 18-Sinfonia jHazel Francis, Detroit; Esther Pfrom-
Chaperons-Mr. and Mrs. R. S. mer, Ann Arbor; Dorothea Holmes,
Moore, Tecumseh. Guests-The Miss- Detroit; Dorothy Jacobs, Detroit;
es Ruth Goodhue, Cleveland, O.; Ruth Claudis Hensley, Detroit.
Robinson, Medina, O.; Elizabeth Su-
ley, Flint; Minota Lancaster, Clinton; Booth 20-Phi Sigma Delta
Katherine A. Kreis, Detroit; Marjorie Chaperons-Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Ballenti e, Port Huron; Ruth M. Fos- Alexander, Detroit. Guests-The Miss-I
ter, Traverse City; Elisabeth H. es Helen Esser, Detroit; Anne Mush-
Browning, Cleveland, O.; Hazel Stev- kin, Sioux City, Io.; Evelyn Haupt-

Coe, Ill.; Kathryn Potte SU
(Continued on Page Six)

Kennedy 's Society Dance Orchestra
324 So. State St. ANN ARBOR, ICH. Phone 386-W

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Last Time Saturday
ANTONIO
MORENO
IN
"THREE SEVENS"
SUNDAY-TUESDAY, February 12-14
ROSEMARY
TH EBY
IN
"Across
the Divide"
--IN ADDITION===-
HAROLD
LLOYD
IN
"The Tip"

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MATINEE 2:00-3:30
ADULTS 20c
KIDDIES 10c

EVENING 7:00-8:40
ADULTS : : 30c
KIDDIES :10

SATURDAY, FEB. 11
L A T E S T Zane Gray's S N U B
P A TH E POLLARD
N E W S Popular Story COMEDY
¬ęThe Mysterious Rider"
STARTING SUNDAY

James
Oliver
Cuir wood's
"THE FLOWER
OF THE NORTH "

Filmed in
the Beautiful
Canadian
Northlands

COMEDY
AND
NEWS

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