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Of Interest to University Women

served.

Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

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' MSIC FOR GIRLS' PLAY
IIN PRINTERI'S HANDS

charge of the discussion of practical
questions relating to special educa-
tion at the Special Education Section
which meets Friday afternoon.

)rtaflt!

College Notes

CAST AND CHORUS OF
START REHEARSAL
NEXT WEEK

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Music for the Junior Girls' play is
all written and has been sent to the
press. For the first time in the his-
tory of this play, the music is written
and will be ready before the night on
which the play is to be staged. This
time it is ready eight weeks before,
as the play is not to be given until
Match 26 and 27 at the Whitney thea-
ter.
The cast has been chosen and the
parts assigned. Rehearsals will com-
mence next week, so that it will not
be necessary to rush them at the last
minute. There has been better and
more material to choose from this
year than ever before, "but owing to
the fact that the stage is not large
enough to'accommodate all, olly ap-
proximately 85 of the 150 who tried
out wil have parts in the caste and
choruses. No one's part is definitely
assured, because of the great amount
of competition., On account of this,
greater effort 'from those chosen is
expected.
Y. W. C. A. OFFICIAL
TO VISIT IN CITY
Miss Mary Bosworth, of New Or-
leans, National World Fellowspip
secretary of the Young Women's
Christian association, will spend Fri-
day, Saturday, and Sunday of this
week in Ain Arbor in the interests of
the association generally.
Miss Biosworth will speak at 8
o'clock Friday evening at the city Y.
W. Q. A. on the organization of
World Fellowship committees. At 2
o'clock Saturday afternoon in Newber-
ry hall she will address the Girls'{
Reserve Leaders, and at 4 o'clock Sun-
day afternoon at the city Y. W. C. A.
building she w il meet all the mem-
bers of the Girls' Reserve Clubs.
College Exchanges

.Returns of the vote on the new
house rules should be sent today to
Sue V&lenden, '20, 1205 Hill street,
phone 452. No new rules should go
into effect in any house until the en-
tire vote is published.
Positions in clerical work, house-
work and the{care of children are open
to girls desiring to earn part of their
livinig while attending the University.
Application should be made at the
office of Dean Jordan.
All those taking required gymnasium
work should sign up immediately on
the bulletin board in the dressing
room for posture examinations which
will begin Tuesday,, Jan. 27. No cred-
it will be given unless posture exam-
ination is taken.
UNIVERSITY Y. W. C. A. SECURES
NOTED WOMEN SPEAKERS
Several women of international im-
portance in Y. W. C. A. work have
been booked to speak here under the
auspices of the University Y. W. C. A.
at the first of next semester.
A number of opportunities for Un-
iversity'women to hear and meet such
leaders as Miss Gertrude Gogin, na-
tional secretary at the head of girls'
work, Miss Bertha Conda, national
student secretary, Mrs. Katherine Wil-
lard Eddy, in charge of Y. W. . A.
work in China, have been arrange .
Have you arranged with the Sped
ding Studio for your Michiganensian
sitting? Sittings must be made before
Feb. 1.-Adv.
The Daily contains the latest Asso-
ciated Press News.--Adv.

Women May Use
Y. ALC.A. Tank
At a recent joint meeting of cd'm-
mittes from the city Y.' M. C. A. and
the Y. W. C. A.., it was decided that
Ann Arbor women will be allowed to
use the swimming pool at the city
Y. M. C. A.
Two days a week the pool will be
given over entirely to women, toie
mornings to housewives, the after-
noonsto school girls, and the evenings
to working .girls. A fee of $5.00 for
six months will be charged.
Showers and dressing rooms are to
take the place of one -of the present
billiard rooms.
Mrs. Frances H. Phelps, '19, was the
guest of friends here Tuesday and
Wednesday.
Martha Washington Candies fresh
every Friday. Tice's, 117 S. Main St.
-Adv.

DISCOUNT ON
ALL CAPS

Two new members were admit
to Stylus at the meeting of the c
Tuesday night. They are Alice Be
ham, '21 and Mary D. Lane, '21. 1
next mfeting *111 be held after ex&
inations.
The society met with Adela
Adams, '20, in Martha Cook dormito
Some sonnets and some free ve
were read, a discussion following
the relative merits of each type
verse for the exiression of poeti
ideas.

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things are charming!
of, the frocks, and the n
ses of the exclusive Flat
that even in New Yor

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WANTED-Young man desires single
room, private family, near the cam-
pus. Possession after February 1.
Box B. D., Daily.
WANTED-A few ladies for figuring,'
a few hours each day. Apply at of-
fice, rear of second floor, 'Mack &
Co.t
ANTED-Young man room mate at
810 E. Washington. Warm, light,
roomy suite.
FOR SALE

Conell - The undergraduates of
Cornell university have had little op-
portunity to take an active part in the
campaign 'for the endowment fund.
The work of collecting the money has
,been left to the graduate committees.
A campaign among the students is,
however, now under way. Ten thous-
and dollars is -the goal at wthich the
,fommittee are aiming. With this
money the intention is to rehabilitate
Barnes halt and thus make a start to-
ward a Cornell Union. The improved
building would provide an ideal gath-
ering place for undergraduates and
the various rooms would serve for the
heetings of societies, classes,. commit-
tees and lectures.
The wbmen's Mortarboard society
at Cornell university has recently
passed a resolution placing itself on
record as opposing extreme dancing.
Plans for the J-Hop at Cornell are
being formulated. The sale of tickets
for the prom will be limited to six
days. Freshmen will 'not be allowed
to attend the prom as they did last
year but arrangements are being made
for a larger number of persons than
last year. Decorations will be excep-
tionally good this year. The furnish-
ing of boxes will be left to the var-
sous fraternities.
Syracuse-Former aviators at Syra-
cuse university have formed a flying
club for the purpose of enteritig the
intercollegiate flying contests to be
held next May. The club intends to
obtain new planes immediately . and
will start preparations for the coming
meet.
UNIVERSITY PROFESSORS TO
ATTEND STATE CONFERENCE,

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FOR SALE-Latest style dress suit,'
nearly new. A bargain if taken at
once. Phone 932-J, evenings, 7:00 to
9:00.
FOR SALE-Dress Suit, size 38. Lat-
est style. Call at 1333 Wilmot St.
FOR SALE-Two Airedale doges. Fred
Kleinsch.midt, Saline. Phone 197-F22.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Large steam heated room
on first floor. One block from Cam-
pus. 519 E. William St.
FOR .RENT-Nice front room for two.;
Call 1026 Greenwood.
FOR RENT-Bedroom and study, $2.00
a week. inquire 338 S. Fourth Ave.
FOR RENT-For J-Hop. Full dress
suit, size 37 1-2. 620 E. Univer-
sity.
FOR RENT-Single room at 810" E.4

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Ribbons, ribbons are everywhere, for trimming and

etween Hill- and
belt on Friday
easy call 376-J.
te book contain-
. Name on coy-I
N. Walker, 1016.

Prof. -Guy M. Whipple, department
of education, will attend the second
mid-year educational conference at
the State Normal college, Ypsilanti,
on Friday afternoon, Jan. 23. At this
meeting he is to be one of the lead-
ers in the Round Table discussion on
"The Adaptation of the Project Method
to Early Elementary Education."
On the same afternoon Prof. G. E.
Myers, professor. of Industrial Edu-
cation, will talk on "The James Law,
and Its Development in Michigan," at
the Household Arts Section in Stark-
weather hall.
Dr. Charles Scott Berry will have

even for the frock itself.

It is used on lingerie, it

is used for hats!

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and everything is in any and

every color
And this is a signal for rejaicing'on the part of- every -clever needle-
woman --- for with ease she will be able to "concoct" m6st anything, and
have something which is extremely "of the Vogue".

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