100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

February 16, 1922 - Image 7

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1922-02-16

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

usual

'9

IJUNIOR

PLAY

"o m"Opw".40' yt

[1 girls wishing to borrow money
a 'the University loan funds for
en should see Dean Myra B. Jor-
at once.
[asses in rifle shooting will begin
week. The periods are: From 1:30
4:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoons,
from 7 to 9 o'clock Wednesday
sings. All girls who signed up for
Aice should report at the Arm-
at one of these hours.
11 girls who wish to work in the
th in University hall are requested
ign up in the blue book which has
a placed in the league room or to
Dorothy Jeffrey, '24, phone 398.
'beginners' dancing class will be
ted. Girls are asked to sign up by
lock Thursday, Feb. 16, on the bul-
iboard in Barbour, gymnasium,
ing their preference for one of the
swing hours: 1:30 o'clock Monday
Wednesday afternoons, or 8 o'clock
iday and Wednesday evenings.
.ortai'board will hold its regular
thly meeting a~t 7:30 o'clock this
Wing at the Delta Delta Delta
se.
he Girls' Mandolin club will hold
mleeting at 7:30 o'clock this
ring at Newberry ball.
,hearsals for the members of
nmers who are in the cast of "A
of Tea" will be held at 3 o'clock
afternioon in Sarah Caswell Angell
,11 girls findiig it necessary to
age their gymnasium hoar because
change of schedule should report
to the office of the director before

Games in the basketball color tourn-
ament will be played this afternoon
and evening as follows: Green vs.
orange, and blue vs purple, at 4:15
o'clock; yellow vs. gray, and red vs.
white, at 7: 15 o'clock; brown. vs. black
at 8 o'clock.
All girls who will ;make posters for
the Junior Girls' play are requested to
meet at 4:15 o'clock Friday in Bar-
bour gymnasrim.
Groups 1, 2, and 8 of the choruses
for the Junior Girls' play and members
of the cast in the prologue and act I
will rehearse at 4 o'clock this after-'
noon in, Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
CROSS OFFERED DIRE OTORSHIP
OF COLUMBUS ART GALLER'Y
Prof. Herbert R~. Cross, of the 1ine
arts department, returned, last week
from Columbus, 0.. where he spent
several days as the guest of private art
patrons of the city. His visit was the
second he has made during the past
two months, following an offer from
the city's Art' association to be the
new director of. the Gallery of Fine"
Arts.
Professor Cross has reached no de-
cision on the proposal, which was giv-
en in more definite form at a meeting
of interested men and women last
week.
Engagement Announced
Announcement was made last night
at the Theta Chi house of the engage-
ment of David H. Preston, ex-123, to
Miss Dorothy Tuttle of Chicago, Ill.

Approximately 100 junors will take
part in the annual Junior Girls' play to
be given March 23, 24, and 25 at the
Whitney theater. This number includ-
es 14 speaking parts, and girls to make
up 10 4ifferent choruses. The four
performances, including a Saturday
matinee, will be open only to Women
as has always been the custom.
Regular rehearsals have begun and

1Lfle P~a , alrea~dy showing pwgr4As.
tChorusesi live been divided into var-
ilous groik~s which w~l rehearse at dif-
,ferezt tixtis. By spr~jading the rehear-
sals out over a comsiderably longer
period of time than heretofore, it is
expected that the usual intensive rush
just before the !play is given will be
eliminated. Music sand lyrics are fin-
ished aznd are boing studied by mem-
berg by the play cast.
Second hand Books bought and sold
at Waher's University Bookstore.-Adv.

IWhitney ..theatre-Su nday, Feb. 19 j

r .fin-com pa-ra-bl y Fine!
Here are cool smokes
j -sunripene4 tobacco
--fragrant aroma
--savor and flavor
-gratifying result
33lended n the Good Old English Wag

GEO.
1N

M+.
THE

CVHA'S
BIGGEST MUSICAL

COMEDIANS,
HIT ON EAURTH

b!S'T"I IT A GRAND OLD NAM?
56O-Peop le--50Aug mented Orchestra
A Whirlwind of Speed and Pep Chorus

"THE TALK OF A. NATION",
Prices $1.00 #o .$2.50
MAIL ORDERS NOW

Seals Friday,

r - mm m-

i

1.

Shorthand

11

I1

and

'U1N I

I

a meeting of the Wo-
ssociation board at 5
w' afternoon in Bar-
weeting of the business
hie Junior Girls' play
o'clock tomorrow aft-
aiddle parlor of Bar-

1
1
1
1

Typewriting

KNAPP='FELT
SpringHt
A Beautiful Showing of the
New Pearl and Mode Shades.
$5, And $7
SPIMIAL NOT1E!
Your choice of any Fall or Winter
Suit or Overcoat in stock
$2650
t Lutz Clothing Store
217 South Main

Last Time To-day
WILLIAM
DUNCAN

Classes Now Forming

1
I

11

Hamilton. Business College*
riAq'1R' Ati TT.TTTA)Z GTE

The regular Friday afternoon league
arty will take place tomorrow. Mum-
ers will put on a play ,"A Cup of
AT THE THEATERS

IN

ST.EEL IHEART''
-®--M,-

[itl4lm s7 l .

I

- -CImi

I

TODAY

Screen
a Mix in "The Rough
ail the Woman," a
nce rOroduction.

3

i i a6t?." ? Ve f
c } L F !v
AO
_r H, e n M US c:M;C NTH
® X

C70
WEEKFEBRARY 9 T

O'Lantern."
Duncan in

i

I

THIS TNEATE'SMOST PRETENTIOUS OFFERINGS

I

1 aSS - - - i~nowa -a aaa - - - fl aa - - - a -- - -

SUN'wDAY, MONDAY,, TUESDAY

. U

I

-Thomas Meighan
ty of Silent Men.''

in "The

CONSTANuCE TALMADGE I Joll

WEDNESDAY, 'THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURI
in Rrrvmorg .

T1

Tis WEER

Stage

Garrick (Detroit) -Leo Ditrich-
steluini "The Great Lover."
Shubert Michigan (Detroit) -
Margaret Anglin in "The Wom-
an in Bronz~e."
Wlhitney (Ton ight)-Frank Tin-
ney UIn "Tickle Me."
WHITNEY
ONE- PERFORMANCE -. ONLY
SATURDAY EVE,, FEB, 25
%M bRMATIC MNT OF T14C SL&ASOV(
A REAT A _tST IN~ A GBrAT PLAY

"1POLLY of the-
FOL LIES"' e

IN
LOT VS
Eater"

a-

See Her
A la "Frisco"

le ra1
* ~ 'k - Y:

I

bIRECTED BY
MarsalNellan
He had never seen a woman until
he was t wenty'-five.

I'

s

in AlbertPayson Terhune's remarka- -
ble, drama of Broadway and the South f
Seas.
S P~fcIA L ANNvOUNCE]MEA
1922'sGREATEST COMI

IT

t

of

HI

'/At,

footlight tA
biles and lime-
lightlemona
And
ANITA
LOOS

Buster

Keat

In

I

9.1NA Q. 1 31SS{1
WESLEY BARRY
COLLEEIN MOORE
J. BARN!EY SHERRY
and Others!

j N
A N

eeThe Playho)use'
Buster's the whole show, and that's no kid!
the orchestra, the minstrels, the lead, the cut]
the chorus, the monkey, Ye-ah,_ and the whole

m i4
i0, $200, $2.50

ence to boot!

ag funnier on the boards.

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan