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Any women interested in doing Am-
ercaniation work between 3:30 and
5 o'clock on Wednesday afternoons
are asked to call Charlotte Erman at
2338. The work will begin next Wed-
nesday afternoon.
Tickets for the Y. W. C. A. banquet
to be given at 530 o'clock next Tues-
day afternoon on the upper floor of
Barbour gymnasium will be placed on
sale this morning at the various houses
and dormitories on the campus. Tick-
ets may also be purchased at the Y.
W. C. A. office in Newberry hall. The
ticket sale will close on Monday.

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Chaperones for the dances this
week-end will be: Armory, Friday-
Mrs. H. G. Berger; Saturday-Dean
Jean Hamilton. Union, Friday-Mrs.
E. G. Heartt; Saturday-Miss Martha
Hill'. ,
Sophomore women of the University
will, be received from 4 to 6 o'clock
this afternoon by Dean Hamilton in
the parlors of the Barbour gymnas-
im.

Officers for the Junior Women's as-
sociation for the ,coming year were
elected at a meeting held Thursday
afternoon in Barbour gymnasium.
Dorothy Wylie, '24, was named for
presidency and Dorothy Ogborn, '26,
for secretary. It was also voted to
hold meetings of the association once
a month.
The organization of the junior as-
sociation was explained by Elizabeth
B. Cain, '24, who is in general charge.
She emphasized the necessity of be-
longing to either the senior or the
junior organization in order to earn
honor points. Members of the junior
organization can join the senior di-
vision as soon as they have earned
100 honor points.
NEWBERRY RESIDENTS TO
HONOR FRESHMAN WOMEN
Invitations have been issued by the
members of Helen Newberry residence
for a freshman tea dance to be held on
Monday afternoon, Oct. 23. This is the
first year in which the girls of the
entering freshman class as a whole
have been entertained at Newbet'y
residence. The affairdis to be made
an annual event, and it is hoped that
it will result in the members of the
entering class becoming better ac-
quainted each year. The tea dance
will be held from 4 to 6 o'clock in
the afternoon. ,
FRIDAY - SATURDAY
BERT LYTELL
IN
"THE RIGHT
THAT FAILED"
COMEDY: "COLD FEET"I

AT THE THEATERS
Today-Screen.
Arcade--Shirley Mason in "Lit-
tle Miss Smiles;" Sunshine
comedy and news.
Majestic-Bebe Daniels in "Pink
Gods;" and comedy.
Orpheum-Bert Lytell in "The
Right That Failed;" comedy
and news.
Wuerth-"Grand Larceny," with
Elliot Dexter and Clare Wind-
sor; comedy.
This Week-Stage

Whitney - "Lightnin',"
o'clock.

FORMER DAILY STAFF MELBER
IS MARRIED IN DETROIT
Announcement has been made of the
marriage of Miss Charlotte Wiley of
Detroit, to Hugh Wellman Hitchcock,
'21, also of Detroit. The wedding took
place yesterday. Mr. Hitchcock was
a member of the Delta Kappa Epsilon
fraternity and also of the Pi Delta
Epsilon honorary fraternity of journ-
alism. He was likewise a member of
the Sigma Delta Chi fraternity, and of
Michigamua, honorary senior society.
As assistant managing editor, he act-
ed on the staff of The Michigan Daily
last year.
Meet me at The Catholic Students
Fair. Labor Temple. Evenings Oct.
24-28. The big campus event of the
week.-Adv.
You will be surprised at the large
results obtained at low cost from a
"Daily" classified ad.-Adv.
Nighs 55c to $2.50
A RRIC Sat.Mat. 50c to $2.00
ARTHUR HOPKINS Presents
Eugene O'Neill's Great Success
""THE HAIRY APE"
A Symbolic Comedy of Ancient and Modern
Life with LOUIS WOLHEIM
SHUBERT ilghts 50-75.$1.00
Ma SIGAa t-.,5ad =,
Opposite Cadillac Hotel Main 7790
TH E BONSTELLE CO.
In Ian Hay's Brilliant Comedy
"HAPPY-GO-LUCKY"
Romance arid Laughter Told in Gay
and Sparkling Lines
NEXT WEEK-"EAST IS WEST"

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Chicken supper will be served at Thirty-five years of expo
The Catholic Students' Fair, Satur- your disposal at Julian R.
day evening, Oct. 28. Dont miss this I ski U. of M. Barber Shop
big chance.-Adv. Guniversity.-Adv.

1110 So. Even
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Garrick (Detroit)-Vivian Mar-
tin and Lynn Overman in
"Just Married."
Shubert-Michigan (Detroit) -
Bonstelle Company in "Happy-
Go-Lucky."
Director Returns from Convention
Prof. Barbara H. Bartlett, director
of training in public health nursing,
will return today from Cleveland,
where she has been attending the 51st
annual convention of the American
Public Health association.
Dance at Ypsi every Friday even-j
ing, 8:30.-Adv.

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University Girls' Glee club will hold
their first rehearsal at 4:30 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 24. Both old
and new members who are eligible
will be notified this week.
Engagement of Students Announced.
Announcement has been made at
the Delta ,Delta Delta house of the
engagement of Winifred Wilmot, '23,
to Dr. Floyd Vernier, '21D. Dr. Vern-
ier, who was a member of the Delta
Sigma Delta fraternity, is now prac-
ticing In Detroit.
Tryout for Alpha Nu
Tryouts for membership in the Al-
pha Nu Debating Society will take
fourth floor of University Hall.
*place tonight at 7:30 o'clock on
fourth floor of University -Hall. All
candidates will be asked to deliver a
five minute speech on some extempor-
aneous topic.
Remember 445 for the Huron St.
Taxi 25c.-Adv.

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Send in your order - No reservations made without the
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It's the Only Big, Speedy and Classy
Girls' Show in Columbus
This Week
SEND IN YOUR ORDER NOW
OHIO STATE WILL BE THERE

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