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rY 19, s 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

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Y.W. C.

Address
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DATES FORANNALPLAY
March 21, 22, 23l, and 24 v, 4 h a mat-
inee performance the afternoon of~ the
24,"were the dates set for the annual
Junior 'Girls' play, at a meeting of
Junior women yesterday afternoon.
iork Women yesterday afternoon.
1final tryouts for the play have
been completed and the casts for both
pla y and chorus es have been chosen}
The name of the' production and thq
actors will not be announced until a
few dlays beore the date of presenta-
tioni, in keeping with an old tradition.
The first night's performance will be
gien in honor of the senior women]
who will attendl in caps and gowns.
the proceeds of the play, after ex.
penses are miet, will be 'given to the
fund for the University of Michigan
League. Announcements of hou~rs fob
tpractice will be made in the waomen'41
column.;

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Screen -Today

Areade-Peter P. Kyne's "The
Pride of Palomar;" and the
new "Leather Pushers," feat-
uring Reginald Denny in "lie
Raised Kane."

j TO('L NURSES TO ENTERTIN to which all the nurses of the student
l M -AI'BERS OF OTJER H 1OSPLV.ALA; body have been invited.

Mlembers of the Y. W. C. A. nurses'
cabinet will have as their guests the
Y.W.C.A. cabinets and advisory coun-
cils of the Grace and flarp r hospita+l
)f. Detroit at a joint nie Atlng to be{
held Sunday after noon at the n urges'
dormitory.c
The nffair is being held for the pur-
pose of acquainting the nurses of the
three hospitals with the YA..C.As;
work which is being carried on in,
each one. A joint discussion will taket
place during the first part of the mneet- i
ing, and will be followed by a tea<

A-Fgh Schaal to Hear Address by D~eani
Dean Jean Hamilton will be in Bir-
mning;ham tomorrow for the purpose
of addressing the graauating ciass of
,lie Bald;=in high school. "The Value
of Sacrifice for Further Education"
will be the subject of the deano
s pee ch.
If you have something lost, found,
for sale, for rent, misplaced or stolen,
make sure that it is so with a DAILY
Classified. Call 960.- Adv.

Majestic - Shirley Mason in
"Shirley of the Circus"; Uni-
versal comedy, "Just Dogs."
Orpheum-Viola Dana in "They
Like 'Em Rough"; comedy and
news.
Wuerth-Hlouse Peters in "The
Maas from Lost River'"; Paul
Parrott comedy, "Mr. Hippo."

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Your bank should be sound, accurate and

Seat rayay.
MILL S Am E "iRlr.
THE FA~liT G4rPLETE T UK7MF1-T THEAT"
LE A ME.' at,
These Performances are for the Generozl Public as well as
for members of the University.
FP,. .YandS JunDAYJan.I9-2O
T111 MINES REPERTOIRE WOMPANY ERE ST,
By BAYARID X'EIL4LER ,r
AMystery D~razma Lull oV thrills and comedy. A play thittlhas
stood the test for i c, r vyears. The best drama of its kind
e s pir'writteii,
A lMO T COMPLE'TE PRODUCTION EXACTLY AS PRE-
SE STED) IN NEW 10111f, CICAGO, PILADELPHIA, E TC.
As Always in "Mimes" Productions All Characters are
Played by Mfen Students.

efficient. But that is not enough.

Banking

# is Maude A. Royden
IMiss Maude A. Royden, England's
only woman preacher, has arrived in
- the United States to begin a lecture
Masque' picture will be taken at: tour for the Y. W. C. A. Her first talkc
12°~30 o'clock today at Spedding's stu-" will be from the pulpit of St. George's
dicf. church, New York. After ,that she aims
to speak on an average of once a day
The Athiena picture .till be taken', for sixty dlays in as many cities. This
at 11:5 'o'clock tomorrow at Dey's is Miss Royden's second visit to the
studio., United States within a" year.
Members of the cast for the Junior semester must be paid-before the close
Girls' play are requested to pay 2 $2 of the present. semester. Pledges may
deposit to: Helen Deibridge 4t once. be paid at the office of Newberry hall.
Wyvern picture for the MichiganeA- Course ini Pin yground Fork Oiferee,
siah will be taken at 12:30 o'clock isrcinwl egv
Monday at Dey's studio. All dlues as a regular course next semester
must be vaidl at this time. by the department of- Physical. Edu )
cation. Due to the small number of
Membrs f th Woen'sFacltywomen who joined the class in the
club who wish to go on the hike to- fall, the course could not be contin ,
morrow will meet at 2, o'clock at 629 uei. Atl women who wish to take ufi
Forest aveniue. Tea will be made i the work next semester are requested
over the camp) fire, each hiker provid- to sian on the bulletin board in Bar-
ing her own drinking cup and sand- ibour gymnasium.
wiches., Mrs. Annings will lead the
walk. __ GARRICK ALL WEEK
Senior society picture will be taken GR
at 12:15 o'clock, on Friday at Rent i CE"TO OE"GEt
sc~Ier's tudio.t Warwick-Normian Trevor
SPrices: Wed. and Sat. 3at. $2.00, 50c
Chaperones for the dances this week Ngt 25 o5c
end: are as' follows: Union, Friday-g $50o c
Mrs.* Yates Adams; SaturdayMrs.I SHUBERT r,4Ights 50.75.31.00
Mabl Cke;ArmryFriay-iss ION I xG76ANIliMaus..Tues., Thurs. a ad
Mabe Cae; rmoy, Fida-iiisssat., 25c and Sao
Martha Hills; Saturtlay-Mrs. H. G. THE
Gerger. ___BONSTELLE COMPANY
The annu'al fancy dress party of the IN CILVRE RUTMMIER'S VIGOROUS
} MELODRAMA
Wo nen's league will be given from 83 M6NAIg
to 12 o'clock. Saturday evening in Bar-1 THE M UTI A
boutr gym~nasiuim. Admission will be' As Played by Sydney Blackmer
10 cents for those who -come in cos-___
tumne, '25 cents for' thse without cos-1
tuiii s, and 50 cents for spectators..
r Dean Jean Hamilton led in a dis-
cussion at her home yesterday after-I;
noon 'the "Youth" movement as it
wa:- expressed by the foreign stu- 1 tb-
dents here the first part of the week./
Jjniversity women who had heard.: --
the European students at Dean Hamn-1
iltou's home on Monday. talked overn
with her the message as they had in-I o
terpreted it. This meeting was an < ,UV1
atep o aemrvtl eete sor. of thought that has such an evid-4
ent. place "in the life of the students
abroad. __
All houses wishing to enter the in- JJ.J
terhouse basketball tournament and
have not yet signed up 'are requested I-Y
to notify Marianna Smalley at 334-R.

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service to be, of the most use to you should
be also intelligent and interested.

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Garrick (Detroit)- "To Love,"
with" Grace George, Norman
Trevor, and Robert Warwick

That is what this bank tries to be.

Shubert-Michigan (Detroit)
Bonstelle company in "The
Mountain Man."

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In addition to the University tele--
phone number 16, the office of thle
dean of women may be reached by
calling, 3026 on the city line.
All Y. W. C. A. pledges for the first!

Trry for a seat at
131(xDOUBLE P IRO1GRAM
"THE BLACKSi4iTH"

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Settings and gowns of a magnificent beauty never approached
before on the 'screen. Designed .by ~hUbn
Gallant knights clashing upon the tour:ney field while hun-
dreds of fair women applaud.

Made of rich silks and
w~oolens in smart styles.
Sizes 14 to 42. Reduced
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The thrilling elopement of 'the royal heroine in boy's clothing
with her lover, including the leap for life on horseback from
a -high bridge.

Special
Orchestra

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