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Earle F. Boxwell, '21, J. J. Goshkin,
'21L, C. 'T. McKinney, '21, W. H. Mes-
singer, '21, Earl Miles, '21, and D. C.
Shelton, '21. The seniors will be se-
lected today in their first elimination
contest.

he junior and
held the first
senior f'nal will
nday night and
e time Tuesday
son hall. The
the finals are

Students of all Colleges should read
page four of the Students' birectory
and sign their names i4f the space for
that purpose.-Adv.

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PLANS COMPLETE FOR
BIGBgBNQUET: TONIBRT
WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
HOLDS ANNUAL AFFAIR IN
BARBOUR GYM
With special entertainment provid-
ed both for the banquet and for the
cotillion, plans are now complete for
the big annual gathering of the mem-
bers of the Women's Athletic asso-
ciation to be held at 6 o'clock to-
night in Barbour gymnasium.
Following the custom of past years,
a loving cup will be awarded to the
class that is represented by the great-
est number of girls and that evidenc-
es the most ingenuity in its class
stunt. Each basketball team will
provide entertainment with a skit be-
tween courses at the banquet.
Toasts by Dean Myra B Jordan,
Miss Marion Wood, and Olga Shink-
man, '17, with Lucy Huffman, '20,
president of the association, presid-
ing as toastmistress, will conclude the
banquet.
Aesthetic dancing is the form of
entertainment provided for intermis-
sion between dances at the cotillion.
Tickets for the banquet and cotil-
lion may be ;procured at Miss Marion
Wood's officetin Barbour gymnasium.
Following this these same girls,
aided by Georgia Hicks, '22, Dorothy
Wilhite, '22, Winifred Buck, '23, Laura
Mills, 23, and Genevra Parker, '22,. ap-
peared in a scene from a country
school. "The children" sang songs
and spoke pieces and threw spitballs
at "Teacher" in a very realistic man-
ner.
- Campus News
Mrs. G. W. Kipg, -04, of Detroit, is
the guest of friends on the campus
over this weekend.
Mrs. John Howard, '05, of Dowagiac,
is in 'Ann Arbor for a visit with
friends.

Tickets for the Women's Athletic
association banquet are on sale at
Miss Wood's office, in Barbour gym-
nasium. Cotihlion tickets may be pro-
cured free at the same place.
Senior girls are riquested to call
at Mack and company to be meas-
ured for their gowns before March 12.
Rehearsal of the entire first and
second acts of the Junior :Girls' play
will be held at 9 o'clock Saturday
morning in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Elsie Erley, '20, will be acting pres-
ident of the Women's league during
the absence of Marguerite Chapin, '20,
who will be in Detroit for several days
or a week on account of -the illness
of her sister.
There will be a meeting of Mortar-
board at 10:30 o'clock Sunday morn-
ing at Martha Cook dormitory.
A mistake concerning the appli-
cants for Betsy Harbour' residence
was. made, in The Daily for Friday. A
great many applications have been re-
ceived from freshmen and sopho-
mores, but as yet no appointments
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have been made. However, it is not All senior basketball girl
too late for juniors and seniors to an important meetinij at
apply. this morning in Barbour
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You will enjoy our Chocolates
and Hard Candies. They are
fresh and the besc for quality.
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Wednesday Evening

(Chicago Opera Association)
"Thp highest priced Baritone in the world"
LENORA SPARKES

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Mary Harper, '19, of Detroit,
spending a few days in Ann Arbor.

(Metr'opolitan Opera Company)
"A brilliant star" (Soprano)

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CAROLINA LAZZARI

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OF
lats, Beautiful in Detail -
AND
Exquisitely Feminine
in their Charm.

Evadece R. Wright, '19, of Detroit,
is the guest of friends on the cam-
pus.
Hope E. Ferguson, '49, of Birming-
ham, is visiting friends here over
Sunday.
Marjorie VanZandt, '19, of Toledo,
came Friday to spend a few days as
the guest of friends.
Margaret McDonald, ex-21 of De-
troit, is a guest here this week end.
Louise Potter, '16, came out from
Detroit, to spend Saturday and Sun-
day with friends.
Reah Barbarin, '19, of Detroit, is in
Ann Arbor for the week end.
Ardath M. Paul, '19, of Detroit, is
the guest of friends here for a few
days.
Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Smith, '95,
of Birdsville. Ky., is visiting friends in
Ann Arbor this week.

(University School of Music)
"A splendid American Tenor"

LEON ROTHIER

(Metropolitan Opera Company)
"Here is a voice that reaches the heart" (Contralto)
WILLIAM WHEELER

fA FOGL BEY!S
AL TY HAT SEHOP
117 L. Liberty Street

* Thursday Evening
Thursday Evening
Thursday Evening
Friday Afternoon
Friday Afternoon

(Metropolitan Opera Company)
"A Bass of the highest order"
EDWIN ARTHUR KRAFT
(Trinity. Cathedral, Cleveland)
"A premier American Concert Organist"
JAMES HAMILTONA
(University School of Music)
"A general favorite" (Tenor)
MARGARET MATZENAUER
(Metropolitan Opera Company)
"A glorious and gorgeous voice" (Contralto)
JOSEF LHEVINN
(Russian Pianist) .
"A pianistic tidal-wave"
MYRNA SHARLOW
(Chicago Opera Association)
"An ideal Marguerita" (Soprano)
EDWARD JOHNSON (Eduardo Giovanni)
(Chicago Opera Association)
."The operatic sensation of the year" (Tenor-"Faust")
RENATO ZANELLI
(Metropolitan Opera Company)
"Chile's most distinguished Baritone" ("Mephisto")
ROBERT, R. DIETERLF
(University!'School of Music)
"A capable "Brander" (Bariton)

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be party who took tan
with checkered lining
Science building Thurs-
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naw or, call J. H., at 319.
>f brown fur Tuesday
cade Theater. Reward.
ldred Rennolds.
'OR SALE
Ban's evening clothes
and afternoon clothes.
ed less than one year.
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sell at once. 412 Cam-

WANTED
WANTED - Bright Young Women.
tExperienced or inexperienced, to
work part time including Saturday
and Sunday. Apply Miss Bowes,
Chief Operator, Michigan State 'el-
ephone Co.
WANTED-Several students weighing
about 150 pounds or over as donors
for blood transfusion. Fee $15. Ask
for Dr. Biern, University Hospital.
WANTED-Ten or fifteen fellows who
desire good board at a reasonable
rate. Private dining room. Box B.
!1 6nra TliV.4 ..

Grace Millard, '97, of Detroit, is
spending several days on the campus.
Margaret Novy, '19, of Detroit, is
the guest of friends heres over Sunday.
CLEVER SKITS PUT ON AT
WEEKLY LEAGUE PARTY

UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION

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Albert A. Stanley, Conductor
Russell Carter, Conductor

A CHORUS OF SCHOOL CHILDREN
THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Frederick Stock, C

Two clever skits, enacted in Bar-
bour gymnasium yesterday, entertain-
ed a large number of girls gathered ,
there for the weekly party given by
the Women's league.
The first, called "Featuring Half-
Breeds," was acted out by Frances Ea-
ton, '23, Florence Hoffmaster, '23, Mar-

y.,-a e f garet White, '23, and Margaret Schna-
WANTED-Saleslady for afternoons. ple, '22. They came out dressed as
Mrs. E. B. Fogerty's Specialty Hat boys, and while singing "Listen, My
Shop. 117 E. Liberty. Children, to This Tale of Woe," sud-;
denly, by some ingenious trick of cos-
FOR NTturning, turned around and appeared,
FOR RENT-One or two rooms. Block' dressed as girls.
and half from campus. For either
two or three young men students. The Michigan Daily, delivered to
Phone 1471-W. your home, six mornings a week, for

SCHEDULE OF PRICES FOR TICKETS
(All Tickets are Exempt from War Tax)
Orders for course Festival tickets (with remittance) should be
sent in BY MAIL at the earliest possible date. They will be filed and
filled in the order of receipt, and tickets will be mailed out about
April first.
BLOCK "A"-Three central sections (2-3-4)1 on the Main Floor.
and the first Eight Rows in the First Balcony.....$'7.00
BLOCK "B'-Two side sections (1 and 5) on the Main Floor and
the last Seven Rows in the First Balcony.........$6.00
BLOCK "C"-First Fourteen Rows in the Second Balcony.......$5.00.
BLOCK "D"-Last Nine Rows in the Second Balcony...........$4.50
Holders of Pre-Festival Course- Tickets should deduct $3.00 from
the above mentioned prices provided they return -the "cover-coupon"
attached thereto, the schedule then being: BLOCK "A"-$4.00; BLOCK
"B"-$3.00; BLOCK "C"--$2.00; BLOCK "D"-$1.50.
please address all orders and make remittances payable to
CHARLES A. 'INK, SECRETARY, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN.

Call evenings
ierine. Phone

FOR RENT-Single room for one or
two. Convenient and near campus.
Inquire 522 Monroe St., 2612-3.

the rest of the year, $2.00.-Adv.

Get your Furniture and Rugs
Koch and, Henne.-Adv.

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