. nI f
neral Policies Relating to
Woemen" will be the topic of
at the meeting of the Cen-
pondence committee of the
Michigan Alumnae associa-
11 meet Friday and Saturday
rbor. The Friday meeting
eid at 7:15 o'clock Friday
t the home of Mrs. Henry
ams and the Saturday meet-
clock Saturday morning in
imittee is composed of the
women: Mrs. E. Pomeroy,
icago, Mrs. Henry Carter
ecutive secretary, of Ann
s. W. D. Henderson, '04, see-
3 treasurer, of Ann Arbor,
>ulding, assistant secretary-
The members at large are:
Anderson, '95, of Toledo,
I Vanderberg of Grand Rap-
Fred Dunham of Cleveland,
Mary Farnsworth, '05, of
rhe advisory members sit-
the Vommittee are Mrs.
ordan, dean of women, and
les Cooley. Alumnae mem-
e Alumnae Board of Direct-
's. Edwin Holbrook and Mar-
[apin, '20, president of the
CT OF JUNIOR PLAY
1 BE REHEARSED TODAY
al of the cast and choruses
st; act of the Junior Girls'
be at 4 o'clock this after-
Sarah Caswell Angell hall,'
e complete second act at 9'
aturday morning. The di-
nests that all be present.
Ali entering freshman and sopho-a
more girls should register at the office-
of the physical director at once.
Anyone willing, to play the piano
for dancing classes is requested to re-'
port a. the office of the physical di-'
rector in Barbour gymnasium.
A Women's league party will be
given at 4 o'clock this afternoon at
BE rbour gymnasium. Tea' will be
served, and the committee has engag-
ed Philip Diamond, '21, to play for
All women who expect to take
swimming this semester must enroll
in the director's office in Barbour
There will be no Y. W. C. A. vesper
services until further notice:
TO-APPOINT SOCIAL DIRECTO.
OF NEW DORMITORY TOMORROW
Miss Mary Turner of Detroit, pres-
ident of the board of directors of the
Betsy Barbour dormitory will come to
Ann Arbor on Saturday to attend a'
meeting of the board. The members
of the board expect to elect a social
director for the dormitory at that
Dean Myra B. Jordan . and Mrs..
,Effinger will entertain Miss Turner
at a luncheon which will be given at
-noon in the Michigan Union.
Union to Have Washington Dance
A Washington birthday dance from
2:30 to 5:30 o'clock Monday afternoon
'wil be given by the Union, as a result
of the flu ban being lifted. Tickets
will be placed on sale to all Union
members at 5 o'clock Friday after-
CLASSES IN RELIGIOUS SUBJECTS I
University women of the Presbyte-
rian, Baptist, and other denominat.ons
held dinners Tuesday evening to ini-
tiate a canvass of all women stu-
dents for membership in the Religi-
ous Education and World Religion
classes, and for, funds to carry on op-
erations in their societies.
Leaders in Christiani work and fac-
ulty members are presenting the pos-
sibilities before the women's organi-
zations. Courses, aside from those in
the University, for which credit is
given, treat of China and other coun-
tries in the Orient, of South America,
of general missionary work done in
foreign lands, and of new fields now
A. A. H. S. SENDS DEBATING
TEAM TO NORTHVILLE TONIGHT
The Ann Arbor High school has sent
a team to Northville to debate to-
night orr the question: "Resolved,
tbat the United States adopt a sys-
tem of universal military training be-
tween the ages of 18 and 253 The
team consists of Robert Hicks, Har-
oid Tubbs, and John Huber.
Compulsory Traiining Not Favored
Chicago, Feb. 18.-The national lea-
gue of women voters, after adopting
a resolution opposing universal com-
pulsory military training, refused at
the closing session today to reconsider
Drawing instruments-Bargains in
second hand sets at WAHR'S.-Adv.
THE t N N
AT LANE HALL
GOOD HOME COOKED
Lunch and Dinner at $5.75 per Week
SERVICE "TABLE D'HOTE"
Numerous social functions of the near future
will require Footwear apparel which is in keep-
ing with the occasion.
THE ABOVE PUMP STYLE WE HAVE NOW IN
Dull French Kid - Gold and Silver Cloth
French Pat Colt * White Washable Kid
Black and White Satin
". TRADE MAAK AEG UA PAT. OM
115 So. Main St.
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WVu e r th
To-day and Tom-morrow
ES TAFFIES at Tices' Second hand textbooks-bought and
117 ,So. Main St. Re- sold at Wahr's University Bookstore.
y week.-Adv. -Adv.
Spring Blouses by the hundred are
2G UONP, ( froa v
MANEv THOU ouE
I I -'i "
e pastel Georgettes-trimmed with contrasting
and silk embroidered.
blouse models with peplums and yarn embroid-
done in vivid colors.
ib silk blouses, simple and well-tailored, serviceable,
to keep fresh.
-And attractively dainty lingerie waists.
-At all prices.
MAIN AND LIBERTY STREETS'
E-Ethical dental practice
higan, established twenty
Reutrn sexen thousand dol-
nually. Ability to speak
highly desirable. Doctor
[he after one year's confed-
with purchaser. Box B K,
E- Weyman Banjo-Mando-
ctically new. In first class'
n. 300 E. Jefferson St.
.E-A light six Studebaker,
ily new. A bargain price.
E-Dress Suit and overcoat:
509 S.. Division St. Call
WANTED-A few more fellows to eat
good home cooked meals. Prices
right. Near campus, Martha Sie-
bert, 514 E. Liberty St. Phone 865-M.
WANTED - Second-hand Dickens
ous price. Wahr's Uniersity Book-
WANTED-Student barber. -Guaran-
tee $15. $.75 on over $20. 1110 S.
WANTED- Student wants room or
suite near campus. Call 2712-J.
LOST AND FOUND
LOS'''-At Waterman Gym a valuable
memo book. Call 907-R, Meyer Pa-
LOST-Purse on State St., between
Ann St. and Nichols Arcade. Cards
Tmrim ..A,....m ' PIPw.,. en.el
I & Esser duplex
Box B 3, Daily.
ho took the wrong
:ating rink kindly
to effect an ex-1
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