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October 16, 1922 - Image 3

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~Mumers will hold an important
me~eting *at 3 :30 o'clock M4onday after-
noon in Barbour gymnasium. All
members are, urged,'to ~attend.
Manuscripts for the Junior Girls'
play are due Oct. 25., They. may be
submiHtted to Helen Delbridge on or
before that~ date.
'A telephone has- been installed in.
the office of the executive secretary of
the- undergraduate campaign for the
number is .3048-M.
There will be a meeting of Senior
Society at 7:30 o'clock Monday ev-
ening in the sunparlor of Betsy Bar-
bour residence.
Dean Hamilton has issued: invita-
tions to the house presidents' of the
dormitories, sonorities, and league
houses for a sa~pper to be -given at

Today-Screen.
Arcade-Guy Bates Post in "The
Masquerader;" comedy an~d
news.
'1Majestic-Dorothy Phillips in
"Hu~rricanie's -als 1o 'Mer-.
maid comedy.

Orpheum-George 'Arliss in "Dis-
raeli ;" and -Harald :Lloyd in
"I Do."
Wuerth-".Remembrance;" with
an all star cast; and comedy.
This Week-Stage'
Garrick (Detroit) -Vivian Mar-
tin and~ Lynn Overman in
"Just Married:"E
Shubert-Michigan (Detroit) -
Bonstelle Company in " I1a1ppy-
Go-Lucky."1

be called for at .5 o'clock on the follow-1
ing day. It was announced that stan-
dard prices -would be charged.
WOM4EN SIGN FOR
OHIO STATE GAME
'University women who intend to go
to the Ohio State game next Saturday
are .urged to sign up immediately at
the# office of the dean of women. A C
fee of ten cents which will be used
to pay the chaperons' expenses is,:al-
.so payable at once by all women who
expect to attend the game. Upon 'pay-
nment of this fee a printed slip will
be given to each woman which must,
:be presented, at the".desk in .-the lphby
of the Michigan Uniork Itn order to re-
ceive her railroad .ticket and reserva- 1
tion for sleeper in case she, intends #, ;
take the night -train.
Women ,who will Abe escorted to the
game by mpen are requested to :sign {

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uip at the dlean's office and tas to p1ay iabt B. Cain'24, who is hiin ;Annstill in business antl ready to ;Corduroy Goats. $6.5up
the chaperon's fee. In ag er of the 'Women's Athletic as-
) sciation. Each hike will cover a dis- aserve smy ol inds a ind atr Nsi of Lso.-Ads'.
HONOR POINTIHKE~iiS PA E) ta~c e of ten miles and wvill earn ten ~wy.Jla .Toaosi .o
hoL ant fr hehier lM.Baber Shop,1110 So. University.-,ITya ~~ly ie fyi
B3Y ATHLE Tit)ASOCT' 'i(9 ''I'he om,en who hilked to Ypsilanti jAdv. gtra eut.Av
Twohonr pinthiks wll e tk- ~tr, y morning left Barbour gym-
Two hnor ointlilks wil be n!I ,, ium a:bout 9 o'clock and, by return-
en this fall, if' the weather rentma ing On the interurban, were black in N AFO CUTM S EFCOR
pleasant, according to the plains ; j lue for lunch. pI AN ARO CUTM S EFA OR

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All Kinds of repair Work_
Shoes called for and 'delivered
tree of charge
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SHOES TAILOQRED TO YOUR F'EET
Phone 3043

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Good Rates

NOW IS THE TIME TO RIDE
PHONE 87

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5:0oclc uesday night in B~ar- nnir n
bour gynasium. A9NJY tHUuRtjJ-[FO4
Both old and newe members of the 'itrinu
Universiy Girls' Glee club will be in- 00K L EEOI .'
.formed. of the first meeting this week.
i Woen ecue Cericl Psitons Neva Lovewell, '22, executive sec-
SPersons having clerical or steno- i retary of the .unidergraduate campaign,,
Sgraphic work are asked to leave word I made the announceenriet; last night
aat Barbour gymnasium with Mildired that the" Women's League: had been
SSherman, who has charge of.,the em- successful in obtaining the agen~cy
Sployment of University women. Ten for developing kodak films. The ser-
Awomen experienced in clerical work vices of .a .professiot1al,-develo 3er havew
Shave already procured :positions this. been engaged and -the& League "is now
pyear through the employment office ready to- take on business-: with the
v and many move have ap plied for po-l guaranitee of 24 hour service. Films
Ssitions. °Permanent or temporary° workE may, be left at the L.eague booth,:i-n
i s acceptable. University hall at any time and may
.. TONIG4HT AT 8:15 A RI.POP, MATINEES
aand all week AUhEI CW Wed. and Sat.'
SNights... 5f} to :$2.50 DETROIT PBest -Seats.....$1.50
-DIRECT' FROM THE LA SALLE THEATER,.>
CHICAGO, AFTER 6 C APACI-TY MONTHS -
Jules Hlurtig in Cojunction with Messrs. Shubert Presents
A 1H0NEV1M1N FARGE COMEUDY
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THAT PLAYED 65 WJTEKS AT THENORA BAYES THEATRE

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based urpon the same, thrilling, absorbing story, which in novel ard dramatic form has
DELIGHTED 20 MILLION AMERICANS
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