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THE MICHIGAN DA1L'

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COE MCTION Michigan Graduate Marries
Wishes to correct an er- Dr. George Piper Wood, '19H, and
the announcement of the Hazel Willwirth, of Reading. Pa., were
shown under 'the auspices married yesterday at Reading. They
en's league at 7:30 o'clock will make their home in Detroit,
evening, March 10. This where Dr. Wood wil assist Dr. Frank
shown in Hill auditorium Kelly. He was a member of Alpha
arah Caswell Angell hall, Sigma fraternity, and on the Student
d.' council in '18 and '19.,

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OLDEST ACTRlESS OF
WORLD IN WAR MOVIE~

Y. W. C. A. TO HOLD CONVElITION
IN CL1VELA)ND COMING WEEK
Representative of Thousand Organfia-
tions Will Gather to Discuss,
Feminine Problems

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WOMEN'S LEAGUE FILM 'O
GIVEN MARCH 10 IN HILL
AUDITORIUM

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and sattsfactor
to every tustom-
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or Savings Bank

'Pot of Rot Tea apd Bowl of Rice
-with-~
Plain \Chop Suey

35c
EXTRA FINE-45c
Open 11 A. M. to.1 A. M.
Quang Tung Lo
618 E. Liberty. Phone 604.

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(OIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH, Conductor
LOIS M. JOHNSTON, Soprano

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All parts in the war aftermath pic-
ture "The Heritage of France," to be
given at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday even-
ing, in Hill auditorium, under the au-
spices of the Woman's league, are tak-
en by people who have lived and suf-
fered from the conditions depicted in
the pictures. Tliy are French peo--
ple" whose stories are tragic proofs of
the awful effects of war upon the ci-
vilian population.
German Captives Seen
The juveniles are war orphans who
were in the, war area during many
engagements and were captured by the
Germans. The characters of "moth-
er" and "the girl next door" are taken
by beautiful French women who lived
in German captivity for months. The
grandmother is played by Madame
Fressard, who is. probably the oldest
film actor in the world. This old lady,
87 years of age, stayed at her home in
the war torn country and cooked for
=the Gernans during their possession'
of her village and later for her
'Francais," when the. district was re-
taken.
All of these people are being cared
for by the American Committee for
Devastated France whose work at re-
building the shell torn homes has the
support of great leaders in botn Amer-
ca and France. The film is prepared
by this committee and is a realistic
depiction of conditions all too famil-
iar to their workers.
MENORAH SOCIETY COMPLETES
PLANS FOR PURD[ MEETING
Arrangements have been completed
for the annual Purim program of the
Michigan Menorah society which will
be held at 2:30 o'clock Sunday after-
noon in 'Lane hall.
Devera Steinberg, '22, will speak on
Queen Esther, the moving spirit of the
Purim festival. Moris Cohen, '22;
has a specialty number on his cigar-
box violin. Oscar Brown, '21, in a ser-

Twenty-five hundrs4 delegates to
the sixth convention of the Young
Women's Christian Associations of the
United States will meet in Cleveland,
Ohio, April 13 to 20. They will repre-
sent the 1,000 Y. W. C. A. centers lo-
cated in"small and large cities, town
and country communities and colleges
of the, United States. Unusual sig-r
nificance attaches to this convention,
as it is the first to be held since
1915, meetings being abandoned dur-
nig the period of the war.
* The purpose of the convention, as
stated by Mrs. Robert E. Speer, pres-
ident of the National Board of the Y.
W. C. A., is to gather together the
members of the Y. W. C. A. "to seek
the ways of the most effective service
in a world that will never be the
same for women." The morning and
afternoon sessions will be given over
to consideration of the many hew and
perplexing problems which the asso-
ciation faces in a world changed by
years of war.
The evening sessions will be given
.over to addresses by men and women
internationally known for their lead-
ership in Christian thought. Dr. Rob-
ert E. Speer, secretary of the Board
of Foreign Mission ,of the Presbyte-
rian church, Dr. S. Earl Taylor, head
of the Inter-church World Movement,
and Bishop Frank J, McConne1I, of the
Methodist church, are among the men
who will speak to the convention 'on'
the relation of the Y. W. C. A. to
world problems. .

Senior girls. are requested to call
at Mack and company to be meas-
ured for their gowns before March 12.
There will be a meeting of M ortar-
board at 10:30 o'clock Sunday' morn-
ing at Martha Cook dormitory.
A "mistake concerning the appli-
cants for Betsy Barbour 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
have been made. However, it is not
too late for juniors and seniors to
apply.
There will be a meeting of all sen-
ior women at 4 o'clock, Wednesday,
March 10, in Barbour gymnasium.
Mandolin club try-outs will be held
from 4 to 5:30 o'clock; Tuesday, March
9, in room 305, University hall. The
president invites any girl who plays
the mandolin, guitar or banjo. to try
out.
There will. be' a rehearsal of all
songs and choruses of the first act of

the fourth floor of Universlt
Members of the club will be
program.
The regular meeting of the m
class of Masques is postponed
Tuesday, March 16.
The cast of Stuart Walker's
"Nevertheless," is requested t
director, J. Raleigh Nelson, to
at 4 o'clock Tuesday, March
Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Phisic Notes
Two musical programs will b
en 4n Hill auditorium during tb
few days. At 3 o'clock Sunda
ernoon, March 7, a complim
twilight recital will be given.
singing under the direction of :
Carter will be featured. The au
will be led in the singing of fa
hymns and patriotic airs. The
versity band, under the baton o
fred Wilson, will contribute
groups of, concert numbers,
Frank A. Taber of the organ f
of the School of Music, will pla
eral pieces on the organ. Ther
be no admission fee.

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"Leonora" Overture, No. 3 .,..
= Symphony in D minor, No.. 4, Q
Introduction; Allegro;F
(Played without pau
Overture to "Bartered Bride"
In
Aria: "Dove Sono," from "The
Aria: "Leonora," from "Le Ta
Prelude: Love and Death, from
Overture to "Tannhauser" ....

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..... ........ . Beethoven
)p. 126........................Schumann
Romanze; Scherzo; Finale
use)
....Smetana
atermission
Marriage of Figa'ro".........Mozart
sse" ........................Godard
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ZTristan and Isolde".........Wagner
................... Wagner
$1.001 1.1t, $L.O -

the Junior Girls' play, at 4 o'clock, Detroit Symphony orchestra
Monday, March 8, in Sarah Caswell its conductor, -Ossip Gabrilowitch
Angell hall. make its second appearance in a
gram of orchestral selections.
Board of representatives of the Wo- o'clock Monday evening, Mal
men's league will meet at 9 o'clock Lois M. Johnston, soprano, who
Saturday morning at Barbour gym- appeared at several Ann Arbor
nasium. vals, will appear as soloist, of
two arias.

Freshman women may attend the
film) "The Heritage of France," and
Miss Parker's lecture at 7:30 o'clock
Wednesday evening in Hill auditor-
ium.

Campus news, student doings, news
of the outside world, are all to beJ
,found in the Michigan Daily.-Adv..

Miss Elise Bennett Smith,
Louisville, Ky, is visiting her d,
er, Elise Smith, of Sorosis hous
Miss Grace Greenwood of Martha
building.

: Athena Literary society will meet
at 7:15 o'clock Tuesday evening on

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TICKETS

Get Good Goods at Goodyear's
TENOVIA BLOUSE.
Strictly Hand- Made

PrONE
ORDERS
PRO APTLY
FILLED.

PARTY P UMPS -
with thq prettiness of their slender.
full Louis heels, and the flexibility
oftheir hand-turned soles give a.
charm to the wearer.
We are displaying this accepted style of pump in our de-
partmaent, reproduced indull calf, dull kid, patent leather,
black or white satin, white rein skin cloth, and silver.
Ranging in price from $9-$12.
Buckles in cut steel, in rine stones, and beaded, in all
styles, $1.50-410.00.

ies of humorous recitations and Arnin
Friedman, '20, vocalist, follow. Simon
Shetzer, '21, In a Kipling recital, and
a string quartet composed of Phil-Dia-
mond, '21, Morle Kann, '204 Fred Zier-
er, '21, and Lester Luskin, '21, will
complete the program. Refreshments
will be served during the entire- eft-
ernoon.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Man's evening clothes
with tuxedo and afternoon clothes.
Size 38., Used less than one year.
Call 1405-J.
LOST AND FOU(ND
LOST-Will the party whb took tan
trench coat with checkered lining
from new Science -building Thurs-
day afternoon, either return same to
1437 Washtenaw or call J. H., at 319.
LOST-A Silver mesh bag at Majestic
Theater or on State between Liberty
and Catherine. It contained about
$300. Please call 751-M.

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N OTHING is fresher and prettier than an entirely
Hand Made Blouse of Batiste or French Voile.
Novia Hand Made Blouses express refinement of taste and beauty of design because
of their individuality, their becoming collars and their smartness.
Novia Hand Made Blouses in designs forecasting the demands for spring are priced
from $7.00 to $15.00.,
(Second Floor)
Our entire remaining stock of Evening Gowns in the most fashionable
of the season's modes has been reduced to ONE-HALF price. In-
cluded are numerous models to satisfy completely whatever individual
preferences may be shown.

(First Floor)

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LQST,-Tail of brown ,.fur Tuesday
night at Arcade Theater. Reward.
Call 452. Mildred Rennolds.
FOR RENT
F'OR RENT-One or two rooms. Block
and half from campus. For either
two or three young men students.
Phone 1471-W.
FOR RENT-Single room for one or
two., Convenient and near campus.
Inquire 522 Monroe St., 2612-J.,

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WYANTED
NTED-To rent one single room
n second floor; also young man
rants roommate for large front
oom, first floor. Very pleasant
ooms. 1741-R. 429 S.-Division.
NTED-Room or suite of rooms by
wo graduate students. Must be
rithin four blocks of the campus.
'rivate family preferred. Box A.

'WANTED
WANTED - Bright Young Women.
Experienced or inexperienced, to
work part time including Saturday
and Sunday. Apply Miss Bowes,
Chief Operator, Michigan State Tel-
ephone Co.,
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Dress suit and overcoat,
medium size, also set boxing gloves.
509 S. Division. Call mornings.
FOR SALE-One new Spencer Micro-
scope. Must sell at once. 412 Cam-
den Court. Phone 1580-M.
FOR SALE-Two tickets for Detroit
Orchestra Concert. Phone 1203-J.
530 S. Division St.
FOR SALE-Two lower floor adjacent
seats, Detroit Symphony Concert.
Phone 964-M.

about
ho are
board.
A. B.,

for 'rst class
ng room. Box

FOR RENT-Nice large single room. I
Steam heat. Call 2410.
MISCELLANEOUS
SALESMAN WANTED - Exceptiohal
good pay. Call between 2 and 6 P.
M. Room 232 ,Nickels .Arcade.
Things cooked as you like them
1 Minute Service, for Breakfas
"GOOD EATS"
600 EAST WILLIAM
MENU includes
t9read and Butter
Tea, Coffee, Milk
Potatoes,. Dessert
Soup-Cream of Chicken, Rice
Roast Stuffed Spring Chicken,
Cranberry Sauce .. ....75c
-Filet .of Beef; Beurigoise
Roast Lamb,: Apple Jelly.....40c
Roast Leg of Veal, Celery
Dressing..............40c
.ROast Sirloin of Beef .......35c
Mashed Potatoes
Combination Salad
Deep Pineapple Cream Pie
We serve Regular Meals
Sunday Night

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We have entirely new styles of this very finest cotton lingerie in
gowns and envelope chemises-the most beautiful needlework
possible.
Seams, hems and scalloping are entirely by hand, and trimmed
with beautiful designs embroidered by lBand-in Porto Rico.
Some lave fine Calado hand-drawn work.
These garments are individually cut, insuring correct sizes and
accurate fit, and are carefully laundered and neatly pressed.
Our prices are exceptionally moderate for lingerie of this kind.
(Second Floor)

Hand Made in Porto Rico

PORTO RICAN LINGERIE

everal students weighing
founds or over as donors
ransfusion. Fee $15. Ask
rn, University Hospital.
n M. S. E. Air Service.
enced on Curtis O. X. '5
rotors. Call 236. W. H.

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FOR SALE-Banjo maadolin.
condition. Phone 1554-W.'
Washtenaw.

Good
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SALE- Violin. Call evenings
ar 6. 1021 E. Catherine. Phone

Entrance 124 S. Main

Downtown

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