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DINNER AND DANCE MARS 0
On acount of lack of space, tickets
for the annual banquet to be given
by the Women's Athletic association
have been limited to 200. The ban-
quet will be held at 6 o'clock Satur-
day evening, March 6, in the dining
room of Barbour gymnasium.
Arm bands and silver pins will be
awarded at the banquet to those girls
i who have earned the required number
of athletic honor points. Toasts, by'
alumnae and members of the associa-
tion will be given. Arrangements by
order of classes will be carried out
this year. as formerly.
St. Patrick's day furnishes the oc-
casion for a decorative scheme to be
used both for the banquet and for the
cotillidn which follows. Favor dances
and special entertainments have been
planned by the committee in charge of
the cotillion which will be held at
7:30 o'clock in thehgymnasium.
Tickets for the banquet are now on
sale at Miss Marian Wood's office in
Barbour gymnasium at 60 cents a
plate. No tickets will be sold after
Thursday noon. Admission to the. co-
tillion is free. Since the number is
limited to 400, girls are asked to call
at Miss Wood's office for their tickets.
TALKS AND MUSIC WILL BE
ON ITALIAN CLUB PROGRAM
Two lectures have been provided for
the Italian club meeting at 1 o'clock
tonight in South Wing. Prof. P.,'S.1
Zamprie of the Ann Arbor high school
will sing several songs in Italian and
Mr. Frederick Shaffer will tell of his
experiences with the American army
while in Italy. Any students who are
interested in the language are wel-
come to attend the meeting.
Schedule for Oratorieal Tryouts
A schedule for tryouts for the ora-
torical contest has been made out as
follows: Thursday afternoon at 4
o'clock, Watts, Shetzer, Shelton, Pack-
ard, Miles, Boxell. Thursday evening
at 7 o'clock, Goshin, Jones, McKinney,
Williams, 'Messinger, Clark. Friday
afternoon at 4 o'clock, Currah, Goth-
lieb, Buchan, Scott. Friday evening at
7 o'clock, Gratton, Rariden, Altvater,
Lewis, Adriance. Saturday morning'
at 8 o'clocl, Stephens, Tung, Dunn,
Giles, Ross, and Blynn.
The Michigan Daily, the only morn-
ing paper I Ann Arbor, contains all
the latest Campus, City and World
Rehearsal of complete second act
of Junior Girls' play will be held at
4 o'clock Wednesday, March 3, in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Freshman girls' basketball practice
will be held at 3 o'clock Wednesdays
in the future, instead of at 5 o'clock,
as in the past.
Tickets. for the Women's Athletic
association banquet will be, on sale
until Thursday noon at Miss Wood's
office in ,Barbour gymnasium. Cotil-
lion tickets may be procured free at
the same place.
Senior girls are not turning out to
basketball practice in satisfactory
numbers. Thursday will be the last
practice before the selection of the
team. Elsie Erley, '20, last year's
captain, urges as many seniors as
possible to show up at 5 o'clock for
All students. enrolled with the Ap-
pointment committee should come to
he office between 10:30 and 12 o'clock
any day of this week in order to fill
in location blanks.
Fascinatin lurks in the
OUR LINE IS NOW COMPLETE
inma VI. logerty 's'
Specialty Hat Shop
nr7 1E. Liberty St.
TEACHING POSITIONS OPEN
IN PHILIPPINE.. ISLANDS
Mr. W. W. Marquardt, Philippine
educational agent, will be at the
Hotel Allenel Friday and Saturday of
this week to interview any persons
interested in teaching . i the Phil-
ippines. He will be there from 4 to
7 o'clock Friday afternoon and on
Saturday from 9 until 12 in the
Positions are open in the university
of the Philippines, as well as in va-
rious high schpols there. Anyone in-
terested in consulting with 'Mr. Mar-
quardt may obtain further informa-
tion and assistance from the appoint-
ment committee in Tappan hall.
Masques Considers Five Plays
Five plays were read and discussed
at a meeting of the play reading class
and other members of Masques Tues-
day afternoon. These plays are be-
ing considered by the club for its an-
nual public production in May.'
Announcement has been made in
Ann Arbor of the marriage of Cecile
M. Classen, '19, and William S. Trow-
bridge, '20E. The couple Expect to
reside in Washington, D. C.
For Training Men to Become
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Practical Economics and the handling of Commodities.
Financial 11anagement and the care pf Property.
Business Psychology and the influencing of Men.
Personal Efficiency and the control of one's self.
Courses include manufacturing, financing, banking, mercnandis
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management, labor problems, written and oral expression, individua
efficiency, and specialized research woric.
The School Trains for Leadership
, Only a limited number accepted.
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"SHE LOVES AND LIES"
AND WINS HER HUSBAND'
,kage WANTED-Two young' men to can-
inder vass farmers, Saturdays on quick
680-J. money maker. No samples. See me
at Allenel Friday at 2. J. B. Cart-
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inder WANTED-An unfurnished apartment
ding. of 3 or 4 rooms near the campus,
suitable for light housekeeping.
Address Box A. B., Daily.
There are more ways than
one of catching a man.
Did you ever think, girls,
of assuming the identity of
an old woman to catch a
husband? Learn a 'few
pointers from Norma Tal-
madge. She will show
How would you like to
ask a man to be your hus-
band and then deceive him
into making him love you?
That's only one of the
amusing situations in "She
Loves and Lies," but who
-could help but love Nor-
ma Talmadge !
and Ann St., Sat-
evening., In front
Gold seal S. J. M.
WANTED-Two graduate students de-
sire room within three blocks of
campus. Private family preferred.
Notify R. W. A., Daily office.
WANTED - Tp exchange Hawaiian
guitar, almost new, for mandolin.
Phone 1820-R or call at 439 S. Divis-
ion. Ask for Zeiger.
WANTED-Four students for circular
distribution, Saturday at 9 A. M.
J. B. Carter, Allenel Hotel.
WANTED-Used Log Log slide rule.
WANTED-Canoe, write B. Gurevich ,
309 14th St.
WHEN.THERE'S NOBODY HOME
BUT THE CAT
EVERYBODY KNOWS .IT'S
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