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February 15, 1922 - Image 7

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rs of There will be a meeting of the Wo-
of "A men's Athletic association board at 5I

who are in the ca

ma Delta Phi will meet at 4
k this afternoon at Martha Cook

ay
>r The Y. W. C. A. cabinet will meet
r- at 3 o'clock this afternoon at New-1
berry all.I

-3.

Cup of Tea" will be held at 4 o'clock
this afternoqn in the parlors of Bar-
bour gymnasium and at 3 o'clock to-
morrow afternoon in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall.
The entire cast and choruses for the
Junior Girls' play will meet at 4
o'clock this afternoon in, SarahrCas-
well Angell hall. Those who are not
present will be dropped from the play.
All girls finding it necessary to
change their gymnasium hour because
of change of schedule should report
this to the office of the director before

o'clock tomorrow afternoon in Bar-
bliur gymnasium.

ague houses
rom 4 to 6
gymnasium.

Mortarboard will hold its regular
monthly meeting at 7:30 o'clock tomor-
row evening at the Delta Delta Delta
house.
The Girls' Mandolin club will hold
a meeting at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow
evening at Newberry hall..

An important meeting of the business
committee for the Junior Girls' play
will be held at 4 o'clock tomorrow aft-
ernoon in the middle parlor of Bar-
bour gymnasium.
Drawing Instruments-Bargains in
second hand sets. Wahr's University
Bookstore.-Adv.
Loose leaf note books-"The Stand-
,rd" at Wahr's University Bookstore.

Just before the Sand man came last
night the children in the Homoeopathic
hospital were entertained at a Valen-1
tine party. Strings of hearts and red
*repe paper decorated the table and;
the sun parlor in which the children
were gathered. From the biggest to
the smallest child there, no one. was
forgotten. Every one had a Valentine
and those who were too ill to get out

1 Something for sale? A C
Ad in The Daily will find a
Adv.
Second hand Books bought a
at Wahr's University Bookstor
Patronize Daily Advertisers,

R iiuiaolm 1, low

ophomore women
gymnasium workJ
rector in Barbour)
6 o'clock this
ooting will begin
is are: From 1:30
eday afternoons,
clock Wednesday
rho signed tip for
>rt at the, Arm-
ours.

tomorrow noon.

-Adv.

T4

/

vho wish to work in the
versity hall are requested
. the blue book which has
in the league room or to
Jeffrey, '24, phone 398.

j
Today and
Thursday
A Picture That We Sponsor As (
of the Finest Ever Made!
THOS. H. INCE presents
Hali the Woman

rship committee of the
Michigan league will
o'clock this afternoon
Phi house.

I. 4
klpha

1

nners' dancing class will be
Girls are asked to sign up by
Thursday, Feb. 16, on the bul-
rd in Barbour gymnasium,
ieir preference for one of the
hours: 1:30 o'clock Monday

In. Medicine-

0

THE THEATERS

TODAY

EN you get out into the medical world, you'll find
young doctors are judged by something more than
diagnostic ability and knowledge of their subject. The at-
mosphere of success plays its part-the evidence that you
have "arrived." And among the little details that indicate
success, there's the habit of preferring
The One Cigarette Sold the World Over"

S.,

Arcade-Tom Mix in "The Roujh
Diamond."
Majestic-"Hail the Woman," a
Thomas Ince production.
Wuerth-"The Flower of the
North," by James Oliver Cur-
wood.

Orpheum William
Steel Heart."
Rae-"Appearances,"
mount feature.

Duncan in
a Para-

THIS WEEK

N

.

stage

Rorence~idoranj Theodore Roberts
With a great cast including: Theodore Roberts 'Florence Vi
Lloyd Hughes Tully Marshall Gertrude Claire Madge Bella
-ALSO-
Lloyd (Ham) Hamilton
"R OLL ING STONES"

arrick (Detroit)-Leo Ditrich-
stein in "The Great Lover."
hubert' Michigan (Detroit) -
Margaret Anglin in "The Wom-

Enlarged Orohestra

-

No Increase in Pri

7, Feb. 16)- |
i "Tickle Me." }
its-Bargains in
rahr's University
- - 5)C to $2.50
Sat. Mats. goc to $a
Anglin
in Bronze"
of the Season
Wed.-Sat. goc to 2.00
to - 50c to 2.5
tor-Playwright

.. - r.. ..

TEIN

Wednesday *-Thursday - Friday
-MATINEE 2-3:30 EVENING 7-8:40
--- - -Adults 20c Adults 30c
Kiddies 10c
=All Aboard. Spoi
00100
for My vrtlo 51$ s.
Laff Land An
If Inheritance, Bored
You Should You Disgu

'kseGhosts
lack Cats
'Everything

tAE
TIME TOO.

t Feature filled with Thrills
IRISTY PHUNNY
ovith 15 cents will admit you
ow - Tom Meighan i
Y OF SILENT MEN"
RAE

sted and

-Thursday

Were Willed
- A House'
Somewhere
In the Country"
With the Promise
Of a Larger

Treat theRelatives
The Way
You ought to Treat
'Em.
And
Said Relatives

.Irritated
You
Until

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