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JAY, JANUARY 9, 1923

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

PAGE lTHREVJI

Back To Farm Is Dce o

Associations'-- Irene Castle To Show1, Ann Arbor
College Women Dances And Fashions Of Year
t, I The 14Miciganensian picture of the reg- I W;ill dances at the Tunion oil F - her company are being brought. There
ulai Panhellenic delegates andi officers d cay and 1sAturday nights be ;rovised ;~ x.llM1bo no reserved( seats but sections
will he taken at Dey": studio at 12:J5 !ter Irene Castle's performance hu- .'ill be reserved at different prices.
! :Icock tomorrow, !day night in Hill auditorium ? 3Tb3 ;is i
the question thais iSeng doba~ili , a 3inl the contest. All houses which deC-
Freshmen who have earned 1.00 )hon- Alih Arbor's intr~oduction t'o 1110 sire (o play are requested to sign: on
,, 4.+orfIpoints may pay the 75 cent duel of dances and fashions of1the A' (oili r: h ullel in board in Barbour gym-
t he seniior W. A. A. to a repr'esentative year is but, two dazi's of. 1bY im biayof hiswek.
o., the association at 8 o'clock tonight model ball1room dance , " ic 1,ac1c, orth o-
orusa ih, niabu y-be pla yed by the Castle orclmsra . ra ;,;fr'hecontest has ibeen!-
nasaium. The difes for former members ten pic-ces which ,s to accoman Foul:,g t be heldingBarboprgy-;
of the junior org'xanxiZaaton 1 a, ~dancer on her r(Oneert lo. 'Phesiq: ac? 0itmoutasbenaleo a-
('fltS tn ~ s av benga+bre.tc"e t lIinl. Ithe hours at which
getber from all parts of Ii'(u. I~ ~fu~mU1Wl ). pnt h n
r rr seteams n:,are a s follows n
Members of the Y. W. C. A. In the nubro hm r utas.rjc o n1;)1 ..romn 12 to 1::30 o'clock on
group for discussion of industrial pro-plybtcasil nIPPl Tesy, Thursdays, andI Fridays;a
blems, will meet this afternoon at 31 Tickets~ for the periorilance are ' rm to 1(), 12 to 1:30, and8 to9
c'ock at Newberry hall. igslda raa' bomor. h 2 the velling on Mondays;
e-thy-il esldiouivrit a 8~' to 3: 15 o'clock (luring the day.
inald iiLbary by-.nor womn
M.I~asquxes wvill holl tryout, fro~in 3 to ______________________n______ d ' rot 1'3 to -9 o'clock in the even--
p.>o'clock today, tomorrow and Tours- inkso.\ved1nosdlays.
day in Sarah Caswell Angell hall. All i t' inir lP ~ Svr al regulations have been made
members are asked to attend the tryf j ~LWJILDiL i efrnet h tunmn.Ec
Oiitn.n'r01Vii i 111"'my play onl only one team. If
Tfli~R~~I~~Tshix1'r i(ICs ill a. dormitory and is, at
Junior women who are interested in lUUIINflVLI SbfU R tbe a me lime, a member of a so)ror-
writng yrrcs or he Jnio, Grl ' 'ity, she will be requiredl to take her
wly ritin skedc t or chemuniorteGils -- occaon.the teamn on which slho
l~laY ar asked tncommuniate witsplet.aHart and ung ~ X
{Dorothy Jeffrey, '24, phone 398. Those, ishes to pinya.ketHeart10Vandflung ex-lhe I
*who are already writing lyrics are re-to b l 1 eI i 3 s earin10it c'( ludul I a ir,:a.inewill be required of tall
quested to turd then- in by Jan. 13. touirnlament, act ord l to a vote=t IN i ( wonuwxho play on the teams.
en_-by representatives of sororit ok ;, Al houses 'are ' advised to se('ure
1r~luSe'Yl K. Tyson$g )'ii Ietti Onl cormIIlitorIies, ami dleague 12.50 td :rule books before beginning llrac-1r
Ber$t1 t:"i1'. . ROSEnlltouel(, iapd We Use he Most ,ro-el etinlg held ye'sterdaiy aft ernoan i23 t as5tne ru leS oft basketbll have
We Ue th Mos A N Barbour gymn12asium. Iflhe ournameif x~ -euirently.
Systeo m f T ue hlng" will be played off in February, the j

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Prompt. and Excellent

Service

CALL
POWlDER PUFF BEAUTY PARLOR
Bobbing and Children's Haircutting a Specialty
HEDRON AND FERDERSO
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Lefl to rigt 31s. Frances King; Xrs.'
Farna and Garden ssociatlon; Urs.
1ticICieag4o convention.

"The hope of the country lies in get- purpose of outlining plans to ipromitE~
ting women with college degrees on the interest of Intelligent women along
the lines of agriculture. 't'hat "women
the far," wtias the, statement made by with education will not tolerate the
Mrs. Newton B. Ashbey, sister of Sec- drudgery that has been the lot of wo-
retbiryr of Agriciiture "Wallace, at the mhen on farms and will consequently
N~i tona l Farmn and Garden association turn -their efforts to running the farm,
conlvention in Chic ago last month. on scientific lines is, the theory upon]
'lhlw-convention of''this national wo- -which the Farm and Garden ,issociatioD
manl's asscciation was held for the i,. basing its work.

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HIALSEY'S DANCE STUDIOS

length depejndIlig upon the numlber o0i
organized lhouses which enter ,,eamls !

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-WOII-K A)ONGALASKAN COAST.
Carl L...-ubbs, curator of fishes in
the University museum, who is at pre-
sent engaged in the study of tide pool
flsbes along the west coast district -of.
thle United States will further continue
Isis work in and about the coastal r e-
g ioAls of, Alaska. Mr. Houbbs intends
ktogr-adially work 'his way north into'
.Awla -Where extensive researches
'vill be mde before, returning homie in
31111.
Mr. IHubbs has been- instrumental in
furniish ing the museum with several

I AT THlE THEA %ERS
Screeu--Today
jArcade-Wallace-Reid in "Thirty
Dags;" Sunshine comedy and
i ~--International negs.
I. Majest ic-'Jackie Coogan- in "011-
S ver Twi rst;"" Educational con-m
Iedy, "Blazes ;"r and sport re-,
-View. -
i- Orpleum.*-- lI;'dolpll V.lentinlo-
- and Earl Williams in "A1
Rtogile':; Romance;" and comn-
I.ed1'.

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valuable collections. One of the lat-
et of these is a fine series of Japanese
fishes ivhich has recently been pre-.
sented to the museum by 'Chan'cellor
David Starr Jordan of Stanford, who
recently was engaged in biological in-
*vestigations for the Jap~anese govern-
menz .
W1eiiley Will Speak In l)etroit
Prof. Robert M. Wenley, of the phiil-'
osophy department, willl address thle
Mi'chigan Authors league at the H-otel
Statler in Detroit tonight.
Lost Something? Let a "Daily" M.ass-
ified ad find it for .you.-Adv.
What are y~ou go-
f ing to do after I
June 18th?
LET US ASSIST- YOU
TiOWARID ..SOMEDBF=
NI~TSLINE :OF WORK
or. .
Commercial
Teacher'',
B~USINESS. tOLI.EGE
State &, WilliAmn Sts.

'9unde oem'X111ausp1ices theO dallcor all(
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Please notice that Tim -was only a. visitor -- dist ributi,5
a few gifts to the needy. lie has it to give. -
WE CALLj FOR AND1)EILIVIR
SPhone tcain
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Pressing }
"eie Romne of Snergine"
209 South Fourth Avenue
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"A~ -ROGUE'S
ROMANCE"

Blister Recatoni in "The Palefice"

-LAST IMT TI ODAY
RODOLPH VAENTlI1O
EARL WILLIAM
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%,ally in the kind of swift'
i-o(yc oall('(y thlatl has made
n i ufu.Sparligwt
laughs, warm Withlromance.

"RID)E'S AND) l1i)EDS"
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-Wnerth---"flroth'ero, Under the*
Skin," aPeter 13. Kyn'o stry
with an all star cast; comedy
and news.

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Stnfge 'This Week

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10) STARS-1 STAR IDIRECTiOlR
is IIhI,- aes crook show on &~irth.
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1'AX.OTS STAG 4r

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Garrick, (Detroit) =- San +C
Grand Opera company.

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Shubert - Michigan -(Detroit),
B~onstelle company in "Nice
People."

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NOW PLAYING t

PETER B. KY NE'S
"DROTHEUS O NDEli THE SKIN'

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-~WITH-
HELEN CHADWICK, M
CLAIRE WINDSOR, PAT
Hiiibanid I Wives!-auI d otl
To those who believe in a~ short life but .a ma;
-to those who are hopelessly addicted to sir
secdness--to those who expect some day to siE
dotted 'line -- in brief to all thosie who have
:bout marriage, seriously or otherwise Wea
iimmediate viewincg of this frolicsome, dar-
ing and witty picture 'of. wedded bliss.
When1 henpecked_ husbands turn cavemen
-'a ch ont! Its.,a. riot*,of/
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