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MUMES TO PHRNT PPPE ___$10
I ~ orcnON ARMISTICE DAY':
________________ Poppies were worn by more than
13,000 people in Ann Arbor on Arm-
Rehearsals today ior the "The istis day. Thlese were sold at the price
~t c th 'Rad"is thc "play 10 Knight of the Burning Pestle" are 01ot10 cents each, netting approximately
big ];r::cented by Mummr:er on D)ec. 8 I scheduled as follows: Three o'clock.I $1,300, which will be divided for the
at ihe Crsma aa r Te follow- the last scene in Act V, including the j use of the American Legion and1 Y. W.
ing- member's o csIn care entire cast, actors, and singers. To- 'C. A work in foreign fields. The pop-!
morrow there will be a rehearsal of the l y as ~conce to be regarded as synihdl-
ofcommltitecs ,wre chosen )'Wedune- entire play in Hill auditorium. Thed1ic in Ame rican life, being worn onl
day fl rno~: PICR' Ma iaMuz cast for Acts I and II are to report at Nov. 71 in mnenmory of those heroes
''24: I rudence, Dorothy ,,MJ+'alen, '25.; j:30 o'clock sharp. .>he singers, danc- I who sacrificed their lives in the cause
Untcle, M adeline M 'c~Urk, '2'4; and the ors, orchestra, and all members of the io:'Demiocracy.
cast are to be ready for a rehearsal at -
Tram,P1ryllis Delf, '24. Hortence
93:30 o'clock. GAMMA PHI TO GiVE PILAY
MJiller, '24x, is chairmnan of properties I-A'1' WO337N'S LEAGUE AY<1.!
andl , otlles; M:argaret Keil,''24, 'of Tfhere will be a cabinet meeting of
publicity; Elsie Il'irdy, '24, staging; the-Y. W. C. A. at ,3 o'clock this after- Humor will be the keynote of the
D~orothy Jeffrey, '24, coacing; andI noon in the association office in New- one-act comedy which is to be pre-
Vivian Mlclonald, '25, prompting. berry hall. Miss Burner will direct rented at 4; o'clock this afternoon' in
iumie's. has been divided into tho meeting. Sarah Caswell Angell hall asp part of
fours separate groups headed by Made- Ithe weekly 'Women's league entertain-
line MufGurk; "'24, Lucile Welty, '23, Chaperones for the dances this week- anent. Three girls from Gamma Phi
Margaret, Beal, '25, _ and Itosalind e nd are as follows,: Union, Friday- Beta sorority to take the leading parts
Freund, '24. Each group will be ye-,Mrs. H. W. Cake; Saturday-Mrs. are: Elizabeth Pike, '24, Dorothy
sponsible for smalley Plays which 'will 1 Yates Adams; Armory, Friday-Mrs. Campbell, '24, and Dorothy Sanders,
be given thruhotte year. Phaillis Reynolds; Saturday -Miss '24. A special dance, interpreted by
"Where But in America" is the name1 Marthin Hills. Anita Sauer,, and dancing in the gym-
of a modern one-'act play whlich witll . nasiuml will follow the flay.
be presented 'by Mummners onl Nov.j Classes in swimming will begin next There will be but onfe more party
25 at the Freshman spread. The cast week and will be held at 3:45 o'clock ,,before Christmas vacation, for which
consists of Husband, Beatrice -look, on Monday and Friday afternoo s andI a spzecial programn is being planned.
'23; Wife, Martha MacLean, '23, and at 4:15 and 4 :45. o'clock on Tuesday -
Hilda, 'Cornelia Sheppard, '25. and Thursday afternoons in Barbour dot a room to rent? A Daily c lassi~
gymnasium. fled ad will fina a roomer.-,Adv.
Secretary Ot 'Y"7
,Speaks ToWomen .uugo wo000-No'Uumuumuu0IIm.I
Speakting to a representative, group !
of~ Universi y Nwomen at a luncheon,U
ii ss Oo;.ooah Burner of New York, (--
cr 'af if ho -hid iifV. T 0- A. 111r ] 0 ,,a%' (", '1,

NATIONA L RE-PRESENTA'.TIVE I
r APPOINTEI) BY MORTARBOARII1
Mortarboard, national honorary son-}
i or society, for women, is to be rep-
resented at the national convention of
the society by Luella Galliver, '23.
tThe convention will be held the last
part of February or the first of March
at Swarthmore, Pa.
Two Local Sororities Conisolidate
Lambda Tau Sigma and Pi Kappa,
local sororities, have consolidated into
one chanter and have taken a house at -
1311 Wilmot street.
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Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50. d,

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I BOYS WANTED~
j The Michigan, Daily mill hire a
number of boys to sell Pictorial
Supplements next Saturday. If j
you know of any energetic boys j
tell them about this money- {
making opportunity.j
Boys should apply at the Business
department of The Daily, at once,
if they wish ttr be sure of getting
Supplements.

Personal
Greeting Cards
For Christmnas

"The Bright'

Shawl," by Joseph

:ergesheimer, reviewed in the Sun-
ay Magazine Nov. 19,--Adv.

EARS of experience in manuf!acuring the
finest engraved Personal Greeting Cards
is behind the wonderful designs we/ are show-
ing.- This year our stocks are larger, and more
varied~ than ever, and prices are very attractive.
We urge early selection. The best choice
can be made while stocks are. still' complete,
THE
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Phone 1404 112' South Fain Street_

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SON ofc
Don't fuss--
-- the thundering avalanche -',the knife duel
amid the snows- the lover, spurned -- wild
night life'in the frozen North'- the-daring of -the,
half-breed maid- weird native ceremonies -
lonely trails - racinig dog teams -- revels of the
masque .ball -- a surging mass of men' and beasts
trek~ing onward to__ - WHAT?
See it all in

ug t of t1I . U'teBL IX*. V . U .1. U 1
ing the celebration of its fiftieth an-
niversar'y this week, brougtht, forth;
niany topics of 'keen interest to the
w~qen: on th' campus.
tici primary topic was a challenge
as to whether University women have
a; ojective which co-ordinates their
at~adleni~c ideals and all other ideals
-vhick they get from student life. In
cennection with this, another question
arose as to whether or not women
v«qi e using the particular problems.
lil'ch confront them in college as a,
t> inin for the Problemns which wi~l
Ollfi ont thema in the world. This dis-
cji signx led to a qulery as to the mean,
irof life, and how this objectiVe is
b~fng carried out.
Another question which, aroused
g cat interest was whether or not too
great emrphasis is bteing placed upon
extra-curric.ilar activity. In conniec-i
tiwt with this topic the fact was
Lzougiit forth that the burden falls
ujron the few and that there is no di-.
vision of responsibility in extra ac-,a
t*ities.-"
a Among other questions which were
diiscusased was what the over-organ-;
ization Which exists on our calmjus is
doing to our student .life, and whether
tihe l)rpP95& of our IUnivrsity, tr 3. n-,
ing is primarily for study, or vNhetiier.
it is necessary to include a cerin41
number of campus' activities. In-1 co<n-
clusion the great lack of realizationi
of the privileges of a college. educa-
tion were discussed.
IAT THlE THEATERS yI
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IScreen--TodayI
'Arc& '--, nil ton Sills in "Uin j
fDeep;" comedy, sport re'view
adnews.
Ma\Tjestic - Rudolph V lentino
l in "The Young Rajah; Mer-
nraid svomcdy, "The Steeple
Chase,"
Orpheum-Bert Laytell 'in "Theo(
IFace Between;" cmepdy aiid
I news.
Wn.Terth - Jack London's "The
Son of the 'Wolf;" comedy and!
news.
8 tge--This Week
C arrick (iDetroit)--Mr :. l ie
Carter and John Drewx in ..The
Circle."
Shubert - Michigan (De(troit) --
IBonstelle company in "W hen
-,Kighthood Was In Flower." I

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of special composition,' these distinctive ox-
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Longer wearing than leather, wet proof andj
firm of grip.
The uppers are splendidly constructed of tan
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A NORMAN DAWN PRODUCTION

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T HO3AS H. lNt L has done it .agin
Eclipsed every previous success ini
v8kin Deep" - a remarkable dramas of dual
lives, duaal loves. Pocked with the Ince-
Punch. Swvift! Strange! Startling, too!

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FRIDAY AND SATURDAY"
NOVEMBER 17-18a
"Three One-Act. Plays
"Release"- By EdwardH. Smith
A TRAGEDY

-ANNO0UNC'ING
THE TWIN SUPER COMEDY, FEATURES,
NEXT WEEK IS GALA WEEK AT THE ARC.
HiERE IS NUMBER" "ONE.
Booth Tarkington's roaring stage ,comedy hit-
w~yII
A~iWALLACE RE I D
-, AGNES AYRES, MAY ACAVY

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"Fancy Free"-- By Stanley Houghton
A COMEDY

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MILTON SILLS

A REAL HE-MAN HERO THRU AND THRUJ

ADDED

Mimes Theatre.

A MACK SENNETT. COMEDY
"BOW-WOW")
INTERNATiONTAL NEW~1S ARCADE ORCHE STRA
GALA WEEK STARTS SUNDAY AT THE ARCI

Did you ever see such a line. up of fun makers? Now honest, to
goodness~ did yuh? We just got to pack 'emn in. next Sunday,
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, or sell our coal supply- to -
pay this tremendous added expense.
' WvATCH-; WAIT AND WISH- FOR IT
Let's break this theater's record Sunda.-- with 6,000 ady
missions - That is this theater's capacity.

ALL SEATS RESERVED

ADMISSION 35C - MEN AND WOMEN

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