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_______________THE._MICHIGANDAILY

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s Extra hours for the women ont the
rifle squad to practice are as follows:
0 ~flC fl onday, 2 to 5 o'clock; Tuesday, 3 to5
o'clock; Wednesday, 10 to 12 o'culock;
.. ~Thursday, 3 to 5 o'clock; Fird ay, 10
~to 12 anid'1 to 3 o'clock; Satuirday,2
Phe French gloves which Mortar- to 5 o'clock, by arrangement. These
rd is selling for the University; hours are available for all the woen
Michigan League will be on dis-j selected for the squd from which the
Ly, and orders taken for them team~ will be picked on Thursday.
m 3:0 t 4:0 o'loc, Wd-iPractice will be held in room 330,
day, Thursday and Friday of this Engineering building.
elk in the hall of Barbour gymnas---______

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~E lma Clark poured while Miss Mar- tion department, one -on "Program
iani Blood and OMissMildred Sherman IPlanning," by Miss TLie. la DTar and

Signing out slips for January are
now due in the office of the dean of
women.
Class basketball practice will begin
this week in Barbour gymnasium and
continule the same as the first semen-
ter practices.
Tryouts for membership in Fresh-
man Girls' Glee club will be held at
4 o'clock tomorrow in room 106 of the
School of Music. Eligible freshman
women are urged to join the organiza-
tion.
Extra rehearsals for the University┬░
Girls' Glee club will be held at 2:15
o'clock this afternoon, and at, 3 o'clock'
for first soprano, at 'the studio of Mr.
HFamilton, School of Music.' First and
second altos will meet at 4 o'clock
tomorrow at Miss Maud Kleyn's stu-I
dio, School of Music.
Wyvern society will not hold a meet-
ing tonight but will meet Wednesday',.
FeI . 20, at Betsy Barbour house.

Mrs. Max Winkler is chairman of the
hostesses this week at the Faculty
!Women's clubhouse, 226 South Ingalls
street. Mrs. Herbert J. Goulding was
hostess Monday, Mrs. Edson R. Sunder-
land wvas on. Tuesday. The hostess for
Wednesday and Thursday is Mrs.
Winklder foi! Friday Mrs. William D.
Henderson and for Saturday, Airs.
Chester S. Schoenfle.
1 AT THlE T]ItATE RS
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vaser l' ibe assisted as hostesses. The tea was the j"Recrecational Leadership," by Mrs.
first of a series which Miss Hamilton A ouis Bredavold.
4 i~s nlamnmg to give during the second The course as offered this semester
2 I semoister. is similar to that of the first semester,
e fa r r ut has been revised to include more
r 6 , hl n practice wor~k. 1: is gencral in scope,
e ? H iP II g~h giving asoects of tfhc three Thyrge na-
1ILJLIUIII UUC ~tional girl "n vemnents csSot
~ OMORROW jae als ncue at least- three houirs
ofbsetry for tho, ~members who
W me ntrth tah-{fee of i sand tae eot of the
ing profess~ion and others interested in' basket materials, are the only charges
club leadership, are invited to join the{ made for this course.
course in training for club leadership
which is to start tomorrow night. The 13h
r ; .r ~~~~course, which will 'Include 10 hours of II1NT,"0TN
sI lectures, discussi onls and practicetIIINT TW TEM
+ a } ' 4 (work, is being given in connection with
the University Y. W C. A.NT HO S TURE
Mrs. Gladys Kuster, of the city W.
x ,5} Y. C. A., will give a talk on "The Girl
G 7 anti the Commiunity," at 7 o'clock to- In the first game of the third quart-
morr~ow night it Newberry hall. At er of the inter-house basketball tourn-
" r~ '.llstimec those interested may sign lip ey played yesterday afternoon in Bar-
for the course. Later on in the se- bour gymnasium, Delta Gamma scored
t tester Uiicre will be a talc; on ai he a victory over Pi Beta Phi by a scorej
Psychology of the Younger Girl," by I of 18 to 8, while Alpha Omicron Pi
#Esther Fitton, of Bellaire, Ohio, who ,Viss Mecornlio of the physical educa- (Continued on Page Five)
at the prese~nt time is studying art at
the Academy o'fTine Arts in Chica-
go, has learned the trade of plumbling
and plans to take up her ftther's b si-
ness upon his retirement from Ilead1 cf EkSapubn mi elie A LEIGH R D
Dean tlam ltonFor Methodist Students and their friends will
sta.rt from Wesley Hall Friday night at 7:30
E1 Holds Oper ouse ~ if there is enough snow.r

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ENGAGEMENTS Kreutzer, of Northwestern unlversit
to Alderrick: Peter Hubert, '24.
Mr. an~d Mrs. Frank Peabody , of To- --
ledo,, Ohio, announce the engagement j At a luncheon given: F ridlay by Mi
of their daughter, Frances M1ae Pea-: W. W. Ka at her home on Soup
body, '23, to Marion Rockefeller Hers- University av enue, _Mrs Sarah
moan. Miss Peabody is a member of:PBrace of Forest court, anlnounced t1
the Alpha Xi Delta sorority and r. engageent of her daighte-, Elizabe'
Hersman is a member of the Kappa Brace to V irgil S .R(,iter,, Jr., '24, sc
Sigma fraternity, and has the distinc-; of Judge- Virgil S. Re(iter and Mi,
tion of having been the youngest nmom- Reiteir, of ! ammnond, Inc. Mr. Relt
her of a state legislature in the Unit- i i9 o mem.ber of the Beta Thet
ed States.( fraternity.
Announcement has been made of thej It's true efficlency to use Dai
engagement of Miss Ruth Barbara Clwmiefied:-Av

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PLAYING

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Arcade - James Craze's
The Ladies."

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Majestic "Little
York."

Old New

'Wuerth - "Rii
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Rehearsals for tle Junior Girls' play Olrpheunn-
will be held this week in Sarah Cas- Tri.
well Angell hall as follows: On Wed-
nesday chorus 13 at 3 o'clock, chorusI
11 at 4 o'clock, chorus 2 at 5 o'clock; Stge-
on Thursday, the cast for the secondSa
act at 4 o'clock, chorus 8 at 7 o'clock, -
chorus 9 at 8 o'clock; on Friday,;
chorus 10 at 3 o'clock, chorus 4 at 4 Garrick - Cho
o'clock, chorus 5 at 5 o'clock. At 9 " The Fool."
o'clock Saturday, the entire cast and1:
all of the choruses will rehearse.
The Girls' Mandolin club will holda
regular weekly meeting at '5 o'clock1 G ARRIC]
tomorrow in Newberry hall.TlES W
Pi Lambda Theta will hold a regular; "TH r
business meeting at 7:30 o'clock to-
night in the library on the second floor By 011an]
of Martha Cook building..
All senior women should order their
caps and gowns at Mack and company 1, R~qack the
at once,

chard the Dion
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Dean Jean H-amilton was at home
to the women of the University at a tea
yesterday afternoon at her home, 1722
Cambrid t:~ road. Mrs. Amy S. tHo-art1
of Cleveland, who has come to Ann
Arbor to act as assistant dean of wao-
men while Miss Hamilton preforms
her duties as chairman of the Univer-l
city of Michigan building fund cam-
paign was the guest of honor. Miss

Calil and Make Your Reservation

As "KING RICHARD" th~e Role He Created in "ROBIN ,'OOD"
CLYDE COOK COMEDY
GRANTLANDRICE SPORTLIGHT
FUN FROM THE PRESS
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THE LEATHER
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'TjHE MAN FROM MADRID"
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M et ropolitan Presentation
SYM2PHTON IC CONCERT ORCHESTRA
Playing the Original
SYNCHRONIZED MUSICAL SCORE

From the Play ,py
GEIORGE F.
K AUFMAN
and
MARC CONALLY

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A TMOSPJ-ERIC PRELUDE
Miss Leta Wales
Singing -thle same songs in the same costumncs
used by Miss Davies in the picture

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To ie Ladies:
Tis is your picture ! Bring along
the men and. enjoy an hour and
a half of supreme triumph !

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To the M/etz:
You've got to hand it "To the
Ladies!"' And oh, man ! this pic-
ture gives 'em all the credit due!

IPRICE SCALE matinees

b To Ever ybody:
Come along and laugh yourself
hoarse at the comedy classic made

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