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loos- PROF. FRAYER TO SPEAK
the BEFORE D. A. R. CHAPTER
oim-
was Sarah Caswell Angell chapter of the
e in- Daughters of the American Revolu-
,t 4 tion will hold its next regular meet-
gym- ing at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon,
Feb. 26. The hostess will be Mrs.
pro- Frederick W. Stevens, 1245 Ferdon!
the Road.
this Prof. William Frayer of the History
ach- department of the Unifersity will be
hool the speaker, his subject being "The
ng a Near Eastern Question and Its Rela-
op- tion to a World Peace." A large at-
ichi- tendance is expected at this meting.
Uni- Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.
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IV i d. dUIIUhI 1N I I LIIUJ
NETTING OF WOMEN QEANS
APPEARS ON PROGRAM OF SPEAK-
ERS FOR TUES-
DAY
Dean, Myra B. Jordan left Monday
to attend the Seventh National con-
ference of deans of women which is
being held this week at the Statler
hotel, Cleveland, Ohio. An extensive
program of speakers and entertain-
ment has been made out.
Monday, a reception for the visiting
deans was held at Western Reserve'
university. Tuesday afternoon Dean
Jordan is to speak to the conference
on the topic "Problems Relating to the
Office of the Dean of Women." Some
of the topics for other speakers re-
late to social life, housing conditions,
securing co-operation of alumnae,
student health, student government,
better dancing, self-supporting; girls,
and the curriculum.

London, Feb. 23. - English women
are legal chattels of their husbands,
according to a recent decision of Jus-
tice McArdie.
Miss Florence Underwood, secretary
of the Women's Freedom league, and
Lady Asquith, leader in many English
social reform movements, have ex-
pressed themselves as thinking Justice
McArdie's view unjust. They state al-
so that votes for women was but the
first step toward feminine emancipa-
tion in England.
NEW DATE FOR LIT CHANGES
Because of delays due to late
reports, the'time for making un-
avoidable changes p in elections in

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Athena Literary society will meet
at 7:15 o'clock tonight on the fourth
floor of University hall.
Dean Myra B. Jordan will not be
at home to University women on
Tuesday afternoon, because she is at-
tending the National conference of
deans of women, which is in session
in Cleveland.

Prof. I. Campbell has had 30 years
experience with Eastern Colleges and
Universities in his Phrenological
work. He will deliver his popular
lecture on Phrenology, its principles
and proofs, before any Ann Arbor or-
ganization. Private Phrenological ex-
amination in respect to Character an-
alysis, brain building, choice of Voca-
tion, marriage adaptation.
Fee: Oral reading one dollar.
Study with chart, five dollars. Lec-
tures and examinations by appoint-
ment. Address 326 E. Ma ison. Phone
2154-R.-Adv.

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Because of the- sickness
in Ann Arbor there will be
ing of the association of the
alumnae this 'month.

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Wyvern will hold its next meeting
Tuesday, Feb. 24, at 7:30 o'clock in
the Pi Beta Phi house.
*All members of Masques are re-
quested to attend an important meet-
ing at 4 o'clock on Tuesday afternoon
of next week in Barbour gymnasium.
Plans for the semester will be discus-
sed. Any members who are unable to
be present are asked to communicate
with the president.
All entering freshman and sopho-
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 at the office of the physical di-
rector in Barbour gymnasium.
All women who expect to take
swimming this semester must enroll
in the director's office in Barbour
gymnasium.
MILLS COLLEGE PRESIDENT
REPRESENTS W0M1EN OF U. S.

The Michigan Daily', the only morn-
ing paper"' in Ann Arbor, contains all
the latest Campus, City and World
News.-Adv.
GIRLS-
at your convenience, -we will
be pleased.to show you our
line of early Spring
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STEVENS & PERSHING
Phone 1028-W
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STATE STREET
JNIVERSITY AVE.

Dr. Aurelia Henry Reinhardt spoke
Wednesday at Carnegie hall, where
the New York City Forum presented
Herbert Hoover with a medal fdr dis-
tinguished service. Dr. Reinhardt
president of Mills college in Califor-
nia. She left the West with a mess-
age from California wom'en and was
afterwards asked to represent the
women of America at this meeting
while on her trip through the East.
SOPHOMORE CLASS TOJ[OLD
FIRST *PARTY OF SEMESTER
An all-sophonore party will be held
from 2:30 to 5:30 o'clock Tuesday aft-
ernoon, Feb. 28, in the Union ball-
room. Music ' will be furnished by
Sandy Wilson's six piece orchestra
and punch and refreshments will - be
served. Tickets will be 50 cents and
the place of the ticket sale will be an-
nounced Wednesday.
Class of '23 Gains 16
Sixteen new Freshman girls have
registered in the University this se-
mester. Junior advisors have been
provided for them all. The Woman'sa
league will give a party for all enter-
ing girls,.next month.
Takes Name of Her Guardan
Bernice L. Turbett, '23, has recent-
ly, by consent of court, taken the name
of -her guardian, Mrs. Henry R.
Bangs, and will henceforth be known
as Bernice L. Bangs.

LAST TIMES TOLAY
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Greatest Actress
Plays SIGRID d
the Dancer, in a
Powerful Drama
from the Novel
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L.A.R. Wylie.

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WANTED
rANTED - Zwet's Theoretical Me-
chanics and Pierces Integral Tables.
R. J. Plate, 1115% S. Univ. Phone
2064-J.

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Mr. and Mrs. George W. Millen
Ann Arbor have announced the e
gagement of their daughter; Doroti
to Charles F. Lambert, '18.

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Tel. 8.
aest home

Notre Dame and Jilini to Clash
Chicago, Feb. 23.-Notre Dame will
journey to Urbana next Saturday for
a dual track meet with Illinois, and
the Purdue basketers will play North-

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WILL FURNISHI MUSIC EVEN

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