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February 14, 1922 - Image 7

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money
nds for
B. Jor-

ag of Ann Ar-
t 7 o'clock to-
ecial business

T society will meet at'
ht in the Alpha Nu1
he University Girls'
held at 4:30 o'clock
Barbour gymnasium.
versity league houses
lty tea from 4 to 6
at Barbour gymnas-
have a special meet-
his afternoon in the
ur gymnasium. All
be present, and es-

Dean Myra B. Jordan is confined to
her bed with bronchitis and will not
be at home to University women this
afternoon.
Games in the basketball color tourn-
ament will be played this afternoon
and evening as follows: Brown vs.
orange,.and green vs. purple, at 4:15
o'clock; yellow vs. black, and red vs.
gray, at 7:15 o'clock; blue vs. white,
at 8 o'clock.
All entering and sophomore women
should register for gymnasium work
at the office'of the director in Barbour
gymnasium before 5 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon.
Classes in rifle shooting will begin
this week. The periods are: From 1:30
to 4:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoons,
and from 7 to 9 o'clock Wednesday
evenings. All girls who signed up for
practice should report at the Arm-
ory at one of these hours.
All girls who wish to work in the
booth in University hall are requested
to sign up in the blue book which has
been placed in the league room or to
call Dorothy Jeffrey; '24, phone 398.

at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon at the
Delta Delta Delta house.
The membership committee of the
University of Michigan league will
meet at 5 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
at the Alpha Phi house.
"Lisa Thinks the Hop Great Fun,"
is a comic story that appears in this
month's Chimes. It is from the pen
of Don Coney.-Adv.
Drawing Instruments-Bargains in
second hand sets. Wahr's' University
Bookstore.-Adv.
The Black Sheep, Baas in the Peb-
ruary Chimes.-Adv.
Second hand Books bought and sold
at Wahr's University Bookstore.--Adv.

Ivory
stopper
In the stem
stops all
moisture

Calkins Fletcher Drug Co. and the Cushing
Drug Co. invite the inspection of
T'RLEBO PRICE
PIPES

Drawing Instruments-Bargains in
second hand sets. Wahr's University
Bookstore.-Adv.
' RAE,
TODAY-WEDNESDAY
"APPEARANCES"
It's a Paramount.
Also Christy Comedy.
This "AD" with i5 cents will admit you
THURSDAY-FRIDAY
THOMAS MEIGHAN in
"THE CITY OF SILENT MEN"
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?gents for the United States and Canada
GROSVENOR NICHOLAS & CO., Inc.
12 East 48th Street NewYork City
second hand Books bought and sold
at Wahr's University Bookstore.-Adv.

"ACROSS TI
HAROLD LLOYD

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ONE
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ONLY
urs. Night, Feb. 16
A-B-S-O-L-U-T-E-L-Y New
the Big No. Cas,
w> Comes the Supreme Outstanding Prize Attraction otthe Whole
I Seasons Offerings..
IL ORDERS NOW zea Sa>l.
Galler$y $1 Balcony $1.50, $2.00, $2.50
Orchestra $3.00 -- Plus U. S. Tax
The Broadway Smash'
Afhur Hammerstein brings
America's Chosen Comedian
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Katherine
Mac .,.ald
Her Soc aue
A Pt' T NI ONL ATTRAL'TM

Which shall be broken -
a man's life or a
iroman's heart?
The 'story of a girl who found
the value of a wedding ring was
not social value
Big Supporing Cast Including
ROY STEWART

LAST TIMES TODAY

DEN TURPIN
-In-
"Lo 'sOutcast"
The boy who sees twvice gets in-
to and out of, some very tieklish
positions. You are missing a
world of fun if you fal to see
this.

-w and -

IN A MUSIGIRL COMEDY
288 Times, Selwyn Theatre N. .Y-
Greatest Attraction In America
40"WI NIN" OF TANTALIZING CHAR MS
The fastest, the flashiest and the most uproarous, hurrah, dance-shept, musigir laughstorm
that';. eber blolois into Ani Arbor ~

STARTING TOMORROW 4
Generalissimo!!

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A Modern Knight

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and

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That's the role our new star
takes in the roly poly, cheery
devil-inay-care picture that

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we liked so well we
diately programmed
four days.
And FJUST DON'T MISS

imme-
it for

Today Through
Thursday
A Picture That We Sponsor As One
of the Finest Ever Made!
THOS. H. INCE presentsx
the Woman"

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An optimistic picture whose very freshness and
wholesome qualities fairly radiate superg' en-
tertainment.
ADDED
FAST And FURIOUS
Featuring
AL ST. JOHN
great funster with a barrel of new dtunts that will
tickle you with laughter.

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SPECIAL NOTICE - WASHINGTON'S FESTIVAL IN CONJUNCTION WITH
NATIONAL WEEK, FEBRUARY 19TH TO 25TH INCLUSIVE
SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY I i VTHTIS)A V~I' AY-SATIh

e V dorani Theodore Roberts
it cast including: Theodore Roberts Florence Vidor
ies Tully Marshall Gertrude Claire Madge Bellamy
--ALSO-
loyd (Ham) Hamilton.
ROLLING STONES"

CONSTANCE TALMADIIE

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"POLLY Of The FOLL I ES"

JOHN BARRYMOR
"The Lotus Eat
sA MARSHALL NEILAN PRODUCTIOT
And BUSTER KEATON
"'THE PLA YHO USE "
This Year's Greatest Fuin Comedy

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A Fable of Footlight Foibles
and Limelight Lemons
And Connie asCleopatra, Paging Mr. Tired Business Man!

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