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January 25, 1923 - Image 3

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a , .2a THE MICHIG AN DACLY Pi n'~TU

Wmrn

All women who have missed their,
appointments for posture examination,5
are requested! to be examined by" 4
o'clok this; afternoon in Barbour gymn-
nasium. The examination is essential
to receiving crkl(hit for the semnester's
work.
Peart atid Ilung examinations arc,
required fromn all women who wish to
play in the interhouse basketball
tournament. The certificates, -of the
examinations, also a list of all thle
player's c-n every l~owse team, are re-1
qulested to be left for Marianna 'Smnall-
ey in, the oflive of Barbour gymnas-
iumn.
Mlepibor:, of the University CGirls'
Glee crib Nwho want one of the group
pictures which were taken for- the
'Ensian are asked to call ElIsie Karle,,
'24, at 1485-1Wl between 12 and 2 o'clock
today' and tomorrow.
Women wrho are Writing music for
the Junior CGirls' play are asked toy
meet at 4 o'clock -his afternoon in
Sarah. Caswvell Angell hall, at xv hichr
time they will be asked to play somiel
of their conpositions. -
Election of officers will "take place.

BUSINESS WOMEN Lone Democrat I s IPI'LAMIBDA THETA I ton Brashear," '23E, and Roland Robin-,
i ,, characterize three Hindus and thc<
MEET AT DINNER His Party Seed In ELE CTS OFFIG' RS, f~ilc woman is played by Elizabeth
MrsEliabeh .ear ofNewYorkWisonsn CU Zal Iaateson, '25. The Outcast is Eliza-
wico sn ap a Officers of Pi Lambda Theta, girls' bet'h Zwermner, '24.
Mrt ws lzth es of new ataorkn honrary educational society, for thc Tickets for the play can be secured
next semester were elected Tuesday at the door for 25 cents. ThL proceeds.
norgivn b te BsinssandPro Ievening They are as follows: Natahae. will go to the benefit of seven oriental
fessional Women's club of Ann Ar~- iJordan, '23, president; Harriet Bluin,, colioges in foreign lands.
bor. One hundred and fifty of the t ~ '23, 'vice-president; Margaret Reiiteke, -
busineoss and professional women oi( 1'23, recording secretary; Mrs. Ivaleen hp re,;, C -n Farewell Party
this c it'yattendledl Smith, '22, corresponding secretary; Mr. Michael De Filippis, instrucetoii
Ms. Sears, besides being the editor : .:::r.r Margaret Walker, '23, keeper of rec. in ronianee languages was given a
of tey n(!penent arrn's:vlga, :::. ".;.:; I ocls;Carlin Henz,'23, treasurer. farewell party last night by the mem-
ofze the Ipedent o m e NesMgaw Yorkrs;Croie enz hers of the Italian club. Mr. De Fil-
'ic ispcieto h NwYr ___
~League of Lusines s Women. Shye is 11111:: iptl l])1, who had been teaching in the
also connoc' eed with the Pictorial Re- Ii fPIlH university for the past two and a halj
view, MIr:,. Sears put on the great z;'::>:. years, has recently received a leave of
women's cetivities exhibit- in New i Ifi"Ti 1111absence and will. go. abroad next
York last fall, the first of its kind ever IJE lmoLLi nthertyRo pse.eilsuisa h
held. Uvriyo oe
Five clubs were represented last -
evening.' The Business and Profes- "The Pill Bottle", a four act play !Lost Something? Lee. a "h13 ;,a,
sional Womien's clui; of -Ypsilanti whor dramatizing the life of Dr. Idla Scud- I cfd ad filfld it Frr11o -Adv
were the guests, the "Business- Girl's der, will be presented by the Presby- A
club, the Loyalty and the L.T.D. clubs, einLon eo¢g sceyun fiT
and the Busin, ss and Professions1 the direction of Mrs. Marl 1-. Cress, at F inal Try eek, Positively, This Season
Womn s club of."Ann Arbor.r 8:00 o'clock tonight in the Presby-' in Detroit at
Miss Maude Emerick, of Jackson; !ra huc.G TC ~ ALWE
president of the Business and Pr~ofes-1 The action of the first scene take; AC ALWE
sional cWomaren's Frationof haheehrd Hlike place in anl American college and theA 1iPrices- 1Ved. and Sat. Mat. $2.00, 50c
i,,wsages ttedinner and The Democrat party has gone to is transferred to a hospital in India, ilhlts $2.50 to 50e
gave a short talk{ at the evening mieet- seed in the Wisconsin legislature. jwhere the American students go as
i-in Lane hall, Miss Marion 1Me Richard KankeMerrill, is the only misinaie. he ea i tke b SHER Tiph 7S #and
Clench, lately elected vice-president Deortat the Mtadio aio u Lucile Welty, '23, as Barbara Lanle, i 6 nd5c
of the Michigan Fecieration of Busi- of the 133 legislator-.. Kamnke at least heroine, while the parts of three col- T1;.,
N]ess and Professional Women's clubs, doesn't have to worry about part'j lege girls are taken by Vera hill, '231, B NTLLE CIPN
was -also a guest of honor,. I caucuses and party programs. Anne Miller, '26, and Mary Harris, '23. In Bertha Hialich's Great
Ms s Lucile Bellemy, accompanied}f John T. Dasef, '25L, plays the role of' Dramatic Triumph
by Miss Irene Finley, furnished tihe!G f ooi~ADl Dr. Lane and Ellen Druniond, '24, Tun RMDL -WYOMlAN 1
music- for< the evenring, lda ilfn omr-d. tat of his wife; John Allen, '26, Yin- A Play of Intense Emotion
fld t

rddents Suply tore
111 1 South University Ave.
Engineers'jand Architects' Materials
Stationery, Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf. Books
Cameras and Supplies
Candies, Laundry .Agency, Tobaccos

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What About, the Chocolafe's
for Your J-lilop Both?

at the r{
erary so.
ing in
iembers

"egular meeting of Portia Lit-
"ciety at 7:15 o'clock this ewe-

sare ulrged o be present. PDr. andMr.Jh D.avso
PricetnN. .,have ann ounced theI
Jean Hamilton returned yes- engagement of their daughter, _Miss
ro anisng after addressing Anile Wallis Davis, to Dr. EmFierson
'iiltz nnae of that cit y. H-. Swift, sounof Dr .and Mrs. Arthurl
iL. Swift 'of New York City.
ers of the Freshman Girls' j Miss Davis is a graduate of Bryn
b will meet at 7:30 o'clock thisj Mawvr college. Dr. Swift. was a grad-
at Barbotir gymnasium. uate from Williams college and holds
a Ph. D degree fromt Princeton Uni-
1' _verstity. He is a member. of the facul-
h sty of the University of Michigan. 1
______ The w~edding will tape place next
1 fI IV IIITNVPy .June.
nit nErin," 'in which the D Mai Hailton N~eets 'WitA Dormitory
Iri Singing star and gctOr Dean Jean Hamilton was the din-
Scanlan wNill be seen tonight ner guest last night of Helen Newr-
w litney theater, comes from berry Residence. Following dinner,

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tue pen oL[,(iaUWJL aiE. hose, wiiu wrote
"~The 4Rosary."
The entire offering will be seen here
intact as presented in New York and
the ojther metropolitan centers.' In
"Maytime in Erin" Mr. Scanlan has
a role of a yongr barrister at law. The
story of the play is one or love, youth.
and sunshine, replete with couledy,"]
pathos and mystery, unfolded amid I
gorgeous settings of Erin's beautiful)
scenery.#
Tha cast includes these well knownr
artists: Walter Scanlan, Mliss Betty
Drown, Dennett R. Finn, Patrick Raf-
ferty,- Lucille Lennon, May Gerald,
George Kershaw, Robert M~cClosky
and Daniel Kelly.
,tea!k $ 4',000 Fromt.Bank Runners
New York, Jan. 24.M--(By .A.P.)--
Four -robbers today held up two moes-1
sengeos of tile Municipal hank 'in the
Flath ush section of Brookly and es-
capo& with $50,000.
Patroniize Daily advertisers.-Adv.
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wean iummon "uenueiUn t1I g ia:
hi-weekly meeting of the dornmitory.
It was -at this meeting that the Dean,
as a member of the board of gover-1
nors of Newberry, ] resented thme girlsa
with the constitution and its revisions
which members of the house as weld
as. the board or governors have ben
con-idering.k
Try a 'Classified Ad-it gays.-Adv.

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THE iCHICAN UNION
SEATS NOW ON SALE
ALL RESERVED
y NOTE
Thi9 Is The Most Complete Student
Theater in Amerc
AND OPLERATED EY STUDENTS TN EVERY DEPARTMENT
SThese Performances are for the General Public as well as for
members of the University
Fri day'and atrd ay, ian. 26-21
THE MIMES REPERTOTI COMPANY PRESENT

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Same Execellent Acting Company -- and Massive Production
"Thie Most Talked, About. Dramatic
Offering oif the Day",

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Adapted from ?fir. Kyne's RED BOOK Mag-Azine
Story 'Ilianizi n;;Jr. Wins y"9
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}z t who oundIn -3r. IKyne's inimitable .style,
u ;nt vi ad to lose ever bahrnging forth the most striking of
hut< to }vi4i the girl of his choice. roniances.

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