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MICHIGAN DAILY__

i e Of Soviet
President To Aid
Relief Committee

IAT TJLR THEATERS i

Inn" will open at noon to-
he Delta Gamma house,
street. Luncheon will be
mn 12 to 1:30 O'clock and tea
to 5:30 o'clock today, tomor-
aturday.
en interested in the summer
'held at Lake Geneva, Wis.,
dent department of the Uni-
W. C. A., are invited to at-.
eting to be held- from 4 to 5
this afternoon at New-
Opportunity wl be given'
ne for women to apply for
ip in the Michigan delega-I

Screen--T'day

Senior members of MasquecI are ask-
ed to meet~ at 3:30 o'clock this after-
noon in the parlors of Barbour gym-
nasium to discuss plans for ncxt year's-
play.
The rustic group for Senior Girls'
play will meet at 4 o'clock today in
Barbour gymnasium.
Mortarboard will ,meet at 7:30 o'-
clock tonight at the Pi Beta Phi house.
The Freshman Girls' Glee club swill
meet at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon in
Barbour gymnxasium. All members are
requested to attend.
Miss Elizabeth Haney, of New York,
who is giving a course here. in Girl
Scout leadership, will speak before the
members of the spring training course
of Girl Reserve leaders,9'at a meet-
ing to be held at 7:15 o'clock this eve-
ning at Newberry hall.
Portia Literary society will, holda.
regular meeting at 7:15 o'clock this
evening in room 302, Mason hall. The
members are requested to bring funds
to cover the special banquet ta~r.
Women wrho are planning to try oilt
for the class baseball teams are re-
quested to turn out for the next prac-
tices as the teams will be chosen soon.'
Seniors and juniors practice at 4
o'clock Monday and Wednesday after-
noons at Palmer field; while sopho-
mores and freshmen practice at 4
o'clock Tuesday and Thursiday after-
noons. a

1Arcade--"The sunshine Trail,"I
C with Douglas MacLean; corn.-j
edy and news.
FMajestic-"A' Noise in Newboro,".
with Viola Dana; Mason anld
.Dixon orchestra; Universal
news.I
Orpheu=-"F~lse Fr-onts" ; com~-
edy and news.
Wuerth Mr. and Mirs. MartinI
Johnson's "Trailing Africa's-
I Wild Animals"; Our Gang 'in
I"The Champion.*"
I--Garrick (Detroit)- Mugis cal com-
! edy, "Up' in the Clouds."
To L ecture In Detr-ejt;
Mrs. Barbar H. Bartlett, protessor
of public health murstug,. Is giving
three lectures on piublic l heath aurs-
iug this week, at the Cass Technical,

.1 hgh shpl, Detroit. The lectures.
are given to the staff of public health
l nurses, iu the. Detroit department of
Ihealth.
1TO GIVE COMEDQY
AT LEAGUE PARTY
"Nevertheless," a' one act bedroom
Mcomedy, will be given by Mummers
womens' dramatic organization, at the
League party t~morrow afternoon.
IThe three parts In the -play are taken l
by W enoach Cuddy, '24, who. plays th~e
girl; Ruth McCann, '25, taking the
p~art of -the boy; and Madeline Mc-
SGuirk, '24, as the burglar. The play
fis being. directed by. Portia Gould er,
Mum~mers will hold. initiation of
new members at. 4:15. o'clock this af-
ternoon at the Alpha, Omicron Pi
house, 1052 Baldwin Ave.
miIllGAN DAMIES CHIOOSE
YFICERtS FOU COING YEAR
Michigan Dames have elected the
following officers fozr next year: pres-
ident, Mrs. Curtis LeFevre; vice pres-~
ident, Mrs. G. E. Nichols; secretary,
f;Mrs. G. lE. DeGraff;. and treasurer,
jNrs. S. C. Ecles. The Dames will
give a pot luck. supper followed by
cards and~ dancing. at 06:0 o'clock,
Sa-turday evening in Barbour gymnas-
iuim .This wfil be the, last pat'ty of
the year, that the, dames will give
[for their -husbands,

Earl Of Huntington Claimsl
R obinkocod Leg end Authenti

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"Aend to the end of time the tales shall traction wa- noble, andl his true name
ne'er be done w «as Robert Fit; oothes, "wrhic h vulgar
Of Scarlet] George a Green, and Much prnniain eaiycorpedit
the miller's son, ,potiito aiycrutdit
Of Tuck, the merry friar, which rnan y Robinhood."
a sermon madeE
In praise of Robin Hood, his outlaws,

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Through the whole English- speak-
ing -world today there seems to have
the Rob inhood fad. It is not that .the a
Fairbanks film has swept America
and England like, but: the .De oven
opera has been revived. and new edi-
tions of the old Sherwood; tales, and
ballads are being printed and called
for in large numbers
Much comment has been stirred as
to the auathenticity of such a charac-
tcr in history. One of. tire answers ;
to the dispute has come from the pros-
ent Earl of Huntington, who,-recently
made the statement that he is a ii-
rect descendant of the famous out-
law. In proof of this claim that Rob-
inhoodi was a real person a MS. in
the British Museum written toward
the end of the sixteenth, century, as,
w ell as certain legal recoras, are put
forth. The MS. state lthat Robinhood.
was born at Locksley. in the county,
of Nottingham in the reign of ;Henry
II about the year 1160 Furthefimore
tho record goes on to say that his C);-

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has had little effect on his
for stories of his advents
Oeen -written for over 500
of the most modern of the
jis "Sherwood" by Alfred N(
matic poem which senior
give on the campus co:r
week.

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Keep fit and fine with
after every meal.

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Mine. Kalenin,, wife of M. Kalenfn,
Russ Soviet .leaders, has accepted an
invitation, to tour °America to aid the
committee for. the, relief, of
Russian childlren. As. shes pictured
here she'd give Wilhelmder-ex a run
for his title of world's champion wood
chopper.
If that check didn't come, let "Ji-I
Smie" sell something for you to. tide
you over.-Adv.

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Eat wisely, chew
'food well--then dime
dides !tion a " kick "

aond teeth, a dood
appetite and proper
didesst~~i~nearn MUCH to
your' healthi.

your
your
with

Smeth ing New
Something:,,Bf etter

WRIGLEY'S ' s a helper
all this work - a plea~sant,
heec1al pickmeup.

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UP ~ta-thc-1" ziute Servie

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is rc mateials.. scientific
manufacture, absolute
clealiness -then sealed
aans1 all impuriAty. That
Is WRIGLEY'S as you det
it-firesh end full-flavored.

new
with its
peppermnw

Jacket
eFlavor

Announce lEngagement
Announcement has been mlade of
the engagemient of Miss Francis Northl
of Detroit to J. Jenness Newcomb, '26,
also dot that ,city,.

r'r Good Ply Use
RIfT' PCA NA superiorount-iz pen ink
RIDE1R 'S PELN SHOP

New dance muisic. while it- is. new!I As fast. as. they become
the rage in the, dance centers of New York, Paris,. London,
Chicago, they are, yours on Brunsnvick Records. No waiting.
SYou get them when you ' want them. Hear these newest and
most popular hits.

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2399 Peggy Dear
Railroad. Man.

F~ox
Fox

Trot
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SLEEP AMTILERF, 1IU'V
THlE CLUB LUNCH
712 Arbor street
Near State and Pacekard Streets

Gne Rodemich's Orchestra

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2400 Aggravatin' Papa
1 Crying For You'
I I IIsham. Jones Orchestra,

Fox
Fox

Trot
Trot

240 1 Liza
When Will I Knowe

Fox
Fox

Trot
Trot

Oriole Terrace Orchestra

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TOD~AY

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2402 Love and the Moon
Wonderful You

fox
Fox

Trot
Trot

Ip

Joseph Smnith'sOrchestra

A Towvn That Never .Knew 'A..Flaper!

For Sports

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2403 Wet Your Thumbs
You, Know. You Belong to Somebody, Else
fl+ennie Krueger's Orchestra
2404 Way Down Yonder. inNew Orleans
Y'ou Tell Herr, I Stutter,
The Cotton _Pickers
2406 Farewell Blues;
Saw Mill RiverRoadl
Ishar Jones Orchestra,

A Girl_ Who didn't Like To Be Unnoticed!D

Fox
Fox

Trot
Trot

and

Fox
Fox.

Trot
Trot

SNAPPY TOGS

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And Ideal' Man Who Thought A. Girl's. Charm Was
Measured By The Cost Of Her Father's Car-

Aplenty

Fox
Fox

Trot
Trot

'C'IAN

IIANEFUN IT11 MARTIhA
W6ILSE 31Ali ES,

AT HEu sports costume a swers unu c-
ual requirements these dlays. B3e-
sides lending itself to the greater outdoor
activities, general picturesqueness is
prevalent. Color provides the new note,
this season, and throughout our Sports
Section you will find evidences of. shades
oriental and new combined in harmon-
ious contrast. ( Too, new styles and nfew
fabrics enhance the charm of their adap-.
tation. Togs in many versions for your
,selection.

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241 0 You've Got to See Maminr'a Every Night.
Runnin' Wild
Maiojn Harris.

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Fraternity' and Studej
Especia)

ant Charge Accounts Are
1ly Solicited

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Just to Make The Old 'Tim1ers DThe Tir 1 Feet
O~ff The Stove
MARTHA IS PLAYED BY

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PLEATED SKIRTS

Matinees Daily
2 3:3
Main Floor .....31c
War Tax'...... %.4c
Total.,.......35c~
Balcony ........22c
War Tax ........3c
Total ........25c
Includes all stage
features

in ]Edgar F'ra~iIln's Merry Mflanage.
Supported by
DAVID BUTLER
EVA "-NOVAK }
ALLAN FOREST

Mlain Floor .....45.
'War Tax ....... 5c
Toii . .....

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