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1923

THE 11 TCHIGAN DAILY

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She Is $20,000I
A Year Woman

The Girls' Mandolin club will meet
at 5 o'clock today in Newberry hall.1
Various Christmas customs will be
discussed at the meeting of the Portia
Literary society which will, be held at
7:15 o'clock tonight in room 302, Mas-
on hall. All members are urged to be
present.
All women who are planning to stay
in Ann Arbor during the Christmas
vacation are asked to sign in the of-
fice of the dean of women so that they
may be reached for any activities of
the Women's League.
Sororities and league houses re-
maining open during Christma's vaca-
tion which are willing to rent rooms
to women who are spending the vaca-1
tion in Ann Arbor, re asked to notify
Miss Mildred Shernian at the office of
the dean of women.
All dolls which were taken from the
Y. W. C. A. workshop to be dressed
for the hospital children, must be re-
turned to Newberry hall today. If
anyone is unable to turn in her com-
plete doll today, she is asked to report
at the office anyway, in order that the
committee may know when they may
expect the dolls.

'Glee Club Will S4
With O
No Christmas time is complete with-
out the merry band of carolers sing-
ing the favorite anthems and carols of
the ages. Since the first Christmas?
carol heard nearly 2,000 years ago, the
custom of serenading houses on
Christmas eve has been cherished by
I people of every country: In America
today almost every city has revived
this old European custom and carol-
I ers are heard singing the holiday re-
frains.
Carols are sung in the vicinity of
the campus every year on the eve of
the students' departure for the Christ-
mas vacation. A caroling band coni-
posed of members of the Freshman
Girls' Glee club will be heard from 7
University Wonten to Meet in Detroit
Members of the Association of Un-
iversity of Michigan' women gave a
tea for all former University students
yesterday at the Twentieth Century
club in Detroit, for the purpose of re-
newing old friendships and acquir-
ing new ones. A reception committee
composed of a member from each class
will aid the guests in becoming ac-
quainted.
The affair is complimentary to all
Michigan women. Mrs. Goodale and
Miss Spain have charge of general
arrangements for the tea.

rensques Set Date for Try-Outs a short reading prepared by the pro-
Try-outs for Masques Dramatic so- spective member and given at this
j l Carols To h cety w ill be held from 3 to 5:30 o'- meeting.
d Cs Ttclock on Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday, Jan. 9, 10 and 11 in Sarah Nogales, Ariz., Dec. 12.-Hermosillo
,Caswell Angell hall. All women in- officials have issued a denial of rum-
until 9 o'clock tonight. Among the terested in dramatics may try-out for ors that the Yaqui Indian tribesmen
carols sung will be "Gol Rest You the society whether they signed appli- are on the warpath to aid the de la
Merry Men," "Silent Night," and "The cations in the early part of the semes- Huerta revolt.
First Noel." ter or not. The try-out will consist of

Warsaw, Dec. 12.-The Polish gov-
ernment is considering the bid of ti
Brlitish concern for a timber conce
Isioni in 200,000 acres of forest. A,,
erican capitalists also have submitteJ
bids.

It's true efficiency to use Dal
Classiefieds-Adv.

ea .Night
Whitney Theatre DECEMBER 15
First time here of the brilliant and beautiful operetta graced by the
undying songs and other musical masterpieces of the great composer
-FRANZ SCHUBERT-direct from its overwhelming New York and
Philadelphia runs, with a splendid company of artists and a gorgeous
production.
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Brilliant, Exquisite, Roman- j1F.C
tic-a veritable avalanche of
melody. Triumphant en- FQANZ1
gagement after two years at
the Ambassador and Century
Theaters, New York.
Prices: Orchesra, $2.75; Balcony, $2.20, $1.65, $1.10. Mail Now
Enclose Self-Addressed, Stamped Envelope with Check

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LAST TIME

TODAY

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D. W. GRIFFITH

Presents A New

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,Miss Bun -IT. West
Miss Bina M. West, of Port Huron,
Mich., became one of the highest sal-
aried womenlin America when the Wo-
men's Benefit association, of which
she is supreme commander, granted
her an annual salary of $20,000.
JUNIORS will MEET
To DISCUSS LYRICS,
PROF. JOHN R. BRU)ID WILL CIVE
INSTRUCTIONS FOR
WORK

The White Rose,

AND

BENT RIN

Mortarboard has now received the
French gloves ordered by the women
earlier in the fall. They may be ob-
tained from those Women who took the
orders.
FACULTY ClUB WILL
CLOSE 'FOR HOIDA YS
With the closing of the Faculty Wo-
men's clubhouse, 226 South Ingalls
street, Dec. 15, for the holidays, there
will be *a temporary suspension of
the.activities of the various sections of
the club. When the clubhouse is re-
opened on Jan. 7, Mrs. Elmer D. Mit-
chell will be the hostess for the fol-
lowing week.
The establishment of the house has
filled a real need among the women,!
the officers believe. The members of
the club have found it a place to rest,
and occasionally have a few guests ir
for tea.
The nursery, which is open every
afternoon, except Sunday, has had ar
increasing attendance since the bl
ginning of the year, and is proving a
successful undertaking.
Mrs. Ulrich B. Phillips is retiring as1
chairman of the dramatic section of
the club. This work among the mem-
bers has brought to light good talent,
as was shown in the plays they pro-
duced last week.

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"Pitfalls of a Big City"

Lyrics and songs which will be
needed for the 20th annual produc-
tion of the Junior Girls' play to be
given March 19, 20, 21, and 22 at the
Whitney theater will be discussed at a
meeting of all the junior women at 4
o'clock today in Sarah Caswell Angell
hall.
Prof. John R. Brumm, of the depart-
nment of journalism, who is director of
the play, plans to read portions of the
book which has been accepted thisI
year, in order to give the prospective
lyric and song writers suggestions for
words and music. le will also give
definite instructions on the methods
used in writing.
Work on the lyrics should start dur-
ing Christmas vacation, the play com-
mittee feels, since they comprise such
an important part of the play. A full
attendance at the meeting is expected
Berlin, Dec. 12.-Under the Full
Powers Law enacted by the Reichstag,
the Marx government has cut sharply
the officials' salary list.

Screen-Today
Arcade-"In Search of a Thrill",
featuring Viola Dana.
Majestic-"The Net."
Wuerth-"The White Rose" with
Mae Marsh.
Orpheum-Richard Talmadge in
"Taking Chances."

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Stage-This Week.
I Whitney-Saturday, Dec. 15,
"Blossom Time", the Franz
J Schubert Operetta.j
JWhitney-Sunday, Dec. 16, "The
Covered Wagon.' Motion pic-
ture. J
JGarrick (Detroit) -- "The Catj
Gand the Canary." T
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in Thrill and Mystery-
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OWEN MOORE,
Sylvia Breamer,
Tully Marshall
and others.
UNDERGA'I'"1 is chock full of genuine
d-fire drama and romance and will
ly please those who enjoy a gripping,
stic picture thriller.

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of comedy have been blended into "Thun-
dergate," a picture which will stand as a
criterion of its type.

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You'll find it in the Society
Brand Robinhood. A me-
dium weight single-breasted
overcoat, with patch pockets
and a slight flare to the skirt.
It's smart because it's cor-
rectly cut. And that's also
why it's popular. .
W adharn's & Co.

C 019I N tlSUNDAY
"THE ACQUITTAL"
With an All-Star Cast

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