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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'OFFICIALY SET ASIDE
TONIGHT FOR PARTIES
Tonight lis officially designate'd as
church parties night by all of the
churches of Ann Arbor. These parties
have been arranged to make it possible
for all of vihe new students to get'
acquainted as well as for all of the,
older students to renew friendships.
Some of the churches have been
giving a series of parties toward the,
latter part of registration week but
this is the first time this year that a
united effort has been made by all
the denominations. Emphasis will be
placed on the get-acquainted aspect of
the socials and it is hoped by those in
charge of the parties that every stu-
dent will find his place and make the
church of his choice a second home.
The Methodist church will hold their
party at "W!esley hall, the Baptist, Con-
gregational, Disciples, and Presbyter-
ian at their churches. The Episcopal-
ian party will be held at Harris hall,
the Lutheran' at Luther chapel, while.
the Unitarian church will hold its af-
fair at the, church Saturday evening.
WOMEN STUDENTS
APPLY FOR JOBS
Applications for work for women
students placed with the dean of
women have increased slightly over
other years. The demand for steno-
graphic positions is far in excess of
that for housework. Over 20 trained
stenographers have applied, not in-
cluding others who wish general of-
fice wrk. I.
Work from to two to five hours a.
day in homes is available, 25 positions
of this kind still being open, Women
students desiring work are asked to
communicate with Miss Mildred Sher-
man in the office of the dean of
women.
MARRIAGE OF STUDENTS TO
TAKE PLACE ON SATURDAY
Announcement is made of the com-
ing marriage of Miss Hazel I. $torz,
122, of Royal Oak, Mich., ;to Paul W.
Eaton, '21, of Jackson, Mich. The
marriage will take place at the Pi
Beta Phi sorority house at 4:30 o'clock
Saturday afternoon, Sept. 30.
Miss Storz was a member of Mortar-
board, . honorak society for senior
girls, and was also a member of the
Pi Beta Phi sorority. Mr. Eaton was
president of the Michigan Union in
1921. He was also a member of
Michigamua, honorary campus society,
and of the Psi Upsilon fraternity. }
Visit the Chinese Gardens, 106 S.
Main st.-Adv.

WOMEN TO HAVE
NEW INSTRUCTORS!
New instructors Miss Ruth H. Dan-
ielson and Miss Elizabeth Sehon have
been secured in the Department of
Physical Education to fill the places
of Miss Emily Case and Miss Char-
lotte McEwan, who resigned at the
end of last semester. Miss Ruth H.
Danielson, who is a graduate of the
Department of Physical Education at
Oberlin College, has taught in the
Franklin school atBuffalo, N. Y.,
Mass. Miss Elizabeth Sehon holds a
later doing industrial work in Boston,
B. S. degree from the Department of
Physical Education of the University
of Wisconsin.
PROGRAM OUTLINED
FOR YEAR'S WORK
Members of Senior society outlined
plans for their years work at the first
meeting on Wednesday night.
One important phase of this work is
their effort toward the organization
of newly established league houses.
Working in co-operation with the
Women's league, senior girls will visit,
those league houses which have asked
for assistance, suggesting means of
organization and seeing that they are
in a smoothly running condition. '
When the organization of 'league.
houses is completed, the neighbor-
hood group plan will be introduced,
whereby the houses will lose their
entity and become closely associated4
with each other. -
ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE
OF STUDENTS' ENGAGEMENT
Announcement was made at the Pi
Kappa Alpha fraternity Wednesdayt
night of the engagement of Julius B.
Glasgow, '23, to Miss Frances E. Whit-
temore, of Ovid, Mich. Miss Whitte-
more is a graduate nurse and was a]
special student in the Literary College
during last semester and the summer1
session. The wedding will occur fol-
lowing commencement next June.
DEAN IMIAITON ENTERTAINED
BYBBOARD OF GOVERNORS
Dean Jean Hamilton and the board
of governors and house staffs of the
various dormitories on the campus
were guests of the board of governors
of Helen Newberry residence at a
luncheon given yesterday noon at the!
Barton Hills Country club.
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Rider, the pen specialist.-Adv.
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F U MAN

.omen
Women wishing to enter the fall
tennis tournament are urged to sign
for it immediately. Notice of the
tournament is posted on the athletic
bulletin board in Barbour gymansium.
Neva Lovewell, '22, who has been
appointed to have charge of the un-
dergraduate fund for the League
building, will be in her office at Bar-
bour gymansium from 8:30 o'clock:
until 11 o'clock every morning, and in
the afternoon by appointment only.
Notices to be placed in this column
will in the future appear on two suc-
cessive days only.
Manuscripts' for the Junior Girls'
play are due Wednesday, October 25.
Those who plan to submit plays are
requested to do so on, or before that
date if possible. Helen Delbridge will
take charge of all contributions.
Women wishing to try out for the
Michiganensian staff will meet in the,
press building at 3 o'clock today.
Sophomores previously registered
in the University are requested to
have their heart and lung examina-
tions some time this week at the
University Health service.
Y .
All women who left any clothes in'
-their lockers last June may get them
from the locker rooms on Monday,
Oct. 2, and Tuesday, Oct. 3.
All upperclass women who wish to
elect hockey, tennis, or archery are
requested to meet at 5 o'clock Monday,
Oct. 2, in Barbour Gymnasium.
Chaperones for dances this week-
end will be: Armory, Friday, Mrs.
H. W. Cake; Saturday, Mrs. H. G.
Berger; Union, Friday, Mrs. Yates
Adams.
Laundry Cases-the "Quick-Pac," at
Wahr's University Bookstore.-Adv.

ENTERING WOMEN
ENJOY FIRST PARTY
Dancing and stunts were the main
features of the party given on Wed-
nesday evening in Barbour gymnasium
by the board of directors of the
Women's league for all entering
women. Music for dancing was
furnished by a four-piece orchestra
and the stunts were composed of
songs and dances from "Sceptres and
Serenades," last year's Junior Girls'
play.}
This party was for entering women
only, the purpose of the affair being
to give them a chance to meet each
other and also to meet Dean Jean
Hamilton.

Theaters
Today
Screen
Wucrth-"The Iron Trail," a Rex
Bcch story; comedy and Pathe News.
Miajestic-Tom Mix in "The Fighting
Streak"; comedy and news.
Arcade-Gloria Swanson in "Her
Gilded Cage;" comedy, "You'd Be
Surprised."
Orpheum-Gareth Hughes in "I Can
Explain"; and comedy.
This Week
Stage
Garrick (Detroit)--Frances White
and Taylor Holmes in the musical
comedy, "The Hotel Mouse."

IStudents Supply'

111 South University Ave.

Engineers' and Architects' Materials
Stationery, FountaiA Pens, Loose Leaf Books
Cameras and Supplies
Candies, Laundry Agency, Tobaccos

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DEAN HAMILTON TO ADDRESS , Open Sundays from 9:30 to 4:30
NURSES ON MONDAY NICuT p. in. Lyndon Shop.--Adv.

Nurses and the nursing staff of the
University hospital will be addressed
Monday night by Dean Jean Hamil-
ton on the subject of "University
Unity." Dean Hamilton said, "It is
with a full understanding of the di-
versity of background and an appre-
ciation of the need for closer contact
of all women of the University that
this talk will be given."
Important Notice
Going to rent a typewriter? Mr.
Morans office, Room 2, second floor,
711 N. Uni. Ave., will be open Monday,
Oct. 2, where some bargains in type-
writer rentals and sales will be, of-
fered. Investigate.-Adv.
For Pens and Good Repairing

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TODAY AND SATURDAY
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"The Fighting Streak"
COMEDY
"The Landlord"

TO NIGHT-

FRIDAY - SATURDAY
GARETH HUGHES
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"I OAK EXPL AIN"

RIDER

JOHNNY HINES
- In -
"TOROHY'S HOLDUP"

THE PEN SPECIALIST

308 S. State St.

FREE AEROPLANE RIDES
To ten lucky people in Friday night's audience we will give
a ticket good for a 20-mile ride in Capt. Walter Carr's 5-passen-
ger German R.umpler Plane. NO CONTEST - NO STRINGS
ATTACHED - Just be in the audience Friday night before
eight-thirty.
PRICES
Balcony - 220 Main Floor. - 31
War Tax - 03c War Tax - 04o
Total - 26c Total 6al
COMING SUNDAY
T WO-I FGEATURES-TWO
JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD'S BUSTER KEATON
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MUSICAL ORGANIZATION sOU H I s N

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THE REMINGTON PORTABLE TYPEWRITER
.THE ONLY PORTABLE WITH A STANDARD KEYBOARD
STACY R. BLACK
PHONE 1128- 432 THOMPSON STREET
EXCLUSIVE UNIVERSITY DEALER
AJNNO UN CING
H E opening of our New
Tea Rooms : Friday
evening, September 29th,
6:30 p. m. to 1 a. m.
Special Chicken or Steak Dinner : $1.00
Orchestra Music : Phone Reservations
Cor. South and East University Ave. Phone 99-J
9.0 0

There is no Sousa's Band without Mr. Sousa Conductin
Whitney Theatre NeXt onday at 8:15
This organization never gives a concert without the M arch King. Therefore, it is always Sousas Band-not
a band parading under a false name. It is the same b and in Ann Arbor that plays in Washington .for the
President. Sousa made his reputation by never deceiving the public.

TODAY AND SATURDAY
BE CLMA 3 LAT EBT DAZZL MGIQ MI

PRICES: 75c - $1.00 - $1.50 - plus Tax

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love after many; tem
tions. More lavish
gowns and settings
"Beyond the Rocks.'
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Why Should You
Have a
Typewriter?

FRIDAY and
SATUR DAY

BECAUSE-It will enable you to get more out of your col-
lege course.
BECAUSE-It will mean higher marks in your studies.
BECAUSE-It will add to. your standing and prestige with
the professors.
BECAUSE-You can keep carbon copies of notes, lectures
and theses.

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DAVID POWELL
WALTER IIIERS

A Sensational Railroad
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BECAUSE-A knowledge of.
machine will
live.

how to operate a writing
be useful as long as you

The "Silent Smith" runs so quietly that you can use it
without disturbing other students near you. It has many other
features that you should hear about.

ve and Hate -- Adventure and Romance in the Heart of the
Fascinating Gold Country
Trot Comedy Pathe News
Enlarged Wuerth Orchestra
COMING SUNDAY L
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Painted legs,
All the

*ew fad-
rage!.

MATINEE COMEDY EVENING
2:00 - 3:30 "YOU'D BE SURPRISED" 7:00 - 8:30
News Orchestra
Coming Sunday
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