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____ THE MICHIGAN DAILY

W,,.

back on Coach Yost's champion 1922
football team.

RI ~HbUL IUMUflflV'
"Racing hearts", the movie to be
[yen by the sop.homore women, wvill I
pen at the Arcade theater tomorrow.
.ges Ayres and Theodore Roberts
re the star~s. The author, Conrad Py-'
on, also wrote the racing pictures
,hick. helped to make Wallace Reid
ofamous. Tickets may be obtained
tthe regular price of 35 cents in thei
brary, in the League booth in Uni-i
ersity hall, or from the "girls who'f
'ear their hearts on their sleeves."j
he W omen's League will receive a c n a e o al th s sld b t e
phomore women.
The management of the Arcade the- i
er offers two prizes, each in the Form
loge passes, good at any time. The I
stprize of fifteen passes will goj
the woman selling the largest numn-
r above 100. The second will b),
m passes, given under the sameo
)nditions. I
NGAGEJWE NT IZP)F VARSITY _
Announcem'ent 11as recently beeil
.ade of the engagement of MNiss hen-'1
[etta B. Van Putten of Holland to
ranklin C. Cappon,. '24.
Miss Van Putten was gradua tedl last) I
ar from Hope college and has since
en teaching in the Saugaluckhig
,hool. Cappon is a memb>er of Sig-I
a Phi Epsilon and vvas Varsity dull-

AT THE TfE.,T]ERS

Screen-Today

Aracade--"Dollar' Devils," with
all-star cast; "Twin Hus-
h)ands," comnedy; Universal
'News. .
Majestic - "Adam and Eva";
comeody, "Be Yotqrself"; Sey-
moar Simons and His Ten Ser-
enad'ers.
Orpheum -Harold Lloyd in "A
Sailor-Made 'Man"; Reginald
Denny in, "The Leather Push-
ers." A
Wuerth - Estelle Taylor "in
"Thorns and Orange B'bs-
S somus"; comedy; Pathie news.

Tickets for the sophomore movie
will be on sale this week in Uni-
versity hall, the Library, and at Gra-
ham's Mate "street bookstore. They
nmay also be obtained from the sopho-
more women.
Members of Jthe industrial discus-
sion 'group of the Y. W. C. A. will meet
at 3 o'clock this afternoon at New-
b-erry hall. '
The schedule for the class basketball
gamnes to be 'held this week in Bar-
bcui, gyminasium is as follows: At'
7:30 o'clock this evening, seniors
VS. juniors,' sophomores vs. freshmen;
at 7:40 o'clocki tomorrow- evening,
seniors vs. sophomores, juniors vs.
freshmen; atw 7:9.0 o'clock Thursday
evening, seniors. vs. freshmen, juniors
vs. sophomores.
tiWyvcrn society will mecet at 7:30
'o'clock tomorrow night at the Delta'
Delta Delta house.
Tryouts for Athena will .be held at
7:15 o'clock tonight in the Alpha Nu
rood., University hall.
Dean Jean Hlarilton will be at home
to U3niversity womsen from 4 to 6
'clockw ti is afternoon at her home,
1122 Ill- street. This is the, last tea
Make , your ink is rig*i.
! r. Our Special
n#4 INK
is always right.

which. the dean will give this year for
thle Women of th~e Uiversity.
stylus Literary society -sill meet,
tonight at the Delta Delta Delta house.
The corrective gyminasium classes
Iwhich did not meet at 10 and 11 o'clock
yesterday will mfeat at 10 and1 11
o'clock tomorrow. All other gIymnas-
tum. clas'ses will meet as usual.
Extra apparatus practice may be
talken in gymnasium classes from to
11. o'clock Wednesday morning.
.Michl,-anl song books -are still being
sold at % oth of Graham's bookstores, a
part of the proceeds being g veii to the
University of Mlichtigan. League l ild-
ing fund.
Women interested in attendting the
summer conference of the s udient ;' de-
partment of, the Y. WV. C. A. which Is
to be 'held August 17 to 27 at tie col-
lege camp, Lake Geneva, Wis., ae re-
i qes-ted to consult Dorothy Bishop, '24,1

To NOMINATE OFFICERS;
Womeon's League officers for the
coming year will soon be nominated by
Imembers of the board of directors of
the League, Representatives from
the four classes will nonrinate the of-
ficers first, after which they will be
nminated- by the offcial committee.
This committee is composed of Fran-
ces Ames, '23, president of the League,
Beatrice Chanmpion, '23, representative
of the senior women, Margaret Whyte,
'23, president of the Y. W. C. A., and
Gra ce Fry, '23, president of the Ate -
letic association.
Announce Harr ae
Announcement has been made of
the marriage of Wilma E. Welch, '21,
to Mau rell L. Baxter, '23E, in Lansing
on Feb. 24. Mrs. Baxter, who is teach-
ing in Lansing, is a' member of Gam-
ma Phi Beta sorority.
Try 'a Classified Ad-it pays.;-Adv.

11)1 South

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Engineers' and Archit(
Stationery, Fountain Pens,
Cameras and

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Students

Candies, Laundry Agency, °T

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at 3 o'clock this afternoon or 'tomor-'FE U1IO this summer. Young
row afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. of-' Mon's Group for University students
fiee, Newberry hall. and young mien from IS to 24 years; op-
_______________ portunity tosee Europe thoroughly with
When you have a want, always let cneilcmain fyu w
a "DilyClasifed d" stisy i.- zage; °personally conducted tour; capes
a "DilyClasifed d" atify t.-able leadership; moderate cost. Wr'ite
for descriptiye folder.
Daily Qlassifieds for real results.- NEVIT LE S. BULLITT
Adv. 2I04 Keller Bldg'. Lousvlle, Ky.

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Garrick (Detroit) ..- "The Mon-
ster," with Wilbur Crane. 1
Shub er"t - Miebigan (Detroit) -
Bonstcele company in "Dad-
dies.''

2:00-3:30

LAST TIMES
TONIGHT

;iniJ aen rof te bI' ar1 Thetret isw. poivored to'I-Rene"
t~ en f~b r aa o eothale 1uQ e" C esoftshlmart nd'nuulp a le
'0vner w.."hie ~ ~ia h~ al~Tetei
:Ind i c ,lug t l 1.C a'-le Crth .on, who spo nredY aend
II d ' o E GY to th e W h : ryi Ttia j ay foI~a a lai ( nan e l o i
mtln ceolpany, c~ares"011y del^.ed 1by r. Cnrlelto, , mad
lI dnoan mic al cwicdy rd orits. A enkpete aaid heau-tlif I
tPui33 ':,d 01 will -1I1 e+':dIdc and p1iInelpal IISlcia-w Carried
cons), WRI p ill°T=rgely a'ent 010 Poml OrchbgStra to Five
it fi to npL'rI.d ?Je! iw imiy new l'.ecure .seats by Iuil OrdeIrs
4oe a t"ekaio E u pan t heir re°.ceipt9. State lo)cation desired and
:a. h ,c 41r isney orde !> or -' e '' act allinount, 1 ui (ornn','ient,
tI per dcens, t wth se f .adxeys d a~d Stamed enve'lope, a3d
zi . ir 7eirtedj by id].i1( Oherwse they xw1ll be held at the
CIAT n 07ed a. ai all Fl= fts and jnoiey or~lers paya blc to TE "
Rec':>FI°; dSl Nt a:'' gips 4tbox office F id4ay Afarch 30.

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TOD - ANN ARBOR BU
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY'
tohIagi' or k A:. . 'P.31.
Lv. Toledo 7:00. 10:00 2:00 5:001
Arr. A. A. 9:35 12:35 4:35 7:35
Going south
Lv. A. A3 7:00 10:00 2:00 5:00 '
A Xr. rroledo 9:35 12:35 4:35 7:35
EAST RN IV'lME.
SU1ND AYSSAND HJOIDAYS
Doing North A. ). P.31.
Lv. Toledo 8:00 11:00 5:30~
Arr. A. A. 10:35 1:35 8:00
Going South
Lv. A. A.. 8:00 11:00 8:30
Ar. Tol. 10; 3,5 1:35 11:05
Cars Leave Court blouse

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What would you do if you had
*, Y $10,00,000.00,
See what hcapened to H-emling when everybody1
wealthy over night.
ALSO COMEDY AND NEWS
.
COMING WEDNESDAY
BENEFIT WOMEN'S LEAGUE
- SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT
i IN

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WHITE '~ & HARDY'
B /EWy An 40.' STRETET 144 WESr 4290 TR
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NEW YORK

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CLOSES
TONIGHT

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There Is Just One More Day To Sec
T his One., It's Just A nother Show
Worth Heralding to the Skies,t
Which ADVERTISES. ITSELF!

pencil in hc ivwld
e studenw or prof., the
bVEN{JGS out-rivals
rerfect pencil work.
degrees--3 copying.
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Bringring h
Sure enough
Beginningof
Springmayneans
Appetites for
GILBER T'S
CHOCOLATE.S
The 1,ind we

4 Comedy
From
Title
to
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andl
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CO31E TONIGHT
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DQn't
Pass on
Without
Resolving
To See
"Adam
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the Gayest
Show in
Town

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When a pre
flapper gees
se~ed-mad,
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Comedy
Toipics
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Daily
2:0 -3:
Balony 250-
Main Floor 35ce
Kiddies -;1c.
Includes
Stage
Features

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The' author of Wally Reid 's racing hits wrote it
especially for her.
ALSO NEW LEATHER. PUSHERS
ANNUAL SUPER EASTER

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Drug and Prescription
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Cor. State and N. Ulaiz ersity

The B3EST is all we can sav-n°o other word wil do.

Phone 3038

NEW-A", NE
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