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Encouraged by new costumesi rapid
ticket sales and frequent between-
act spreads, the cast and choruses of
the Junior Girls' play begin the last
week of rehearsal with the expecta-
tion of devoting all their nights to
perfecting the performance.
Girls who had not made arrange-
ments for their costumes met at Bar-
bour gymnasium Saturday morning
where under the direction of the cos-
tume committee in charge, headed by
Olga Johnson, '21, light and fluffy ma-
terials were transformed into varied
costumes, gay' in color and original

in design. Vv aring apparel appropri-
ate to the Orient has been procured
from Detroit for use in the second
act of the play.
Saturday night's rehearsal determ-
ined finally the entire cast of the
play. Those members who did not ap-
pear at that time were dropped from
the play. Costumes were broughl to
Barbour gymnasium Saturday night in
order that the whole effect might be
obtained.
General interest in "Patricia Pass-
es" has been evidenced by the rapid
sale of tickets. Since many people
were turne away last year, two per-
formances were arranged for this
year.
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Mail Orders
Promptly
Filled

Established 1857

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Announce a Formal

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Spring Exposition

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Stylus will meet at 7;45
Tuesday evening, March 23,
CI Omega house.

o'clock
at the

FASHIONS

UDE BROWN

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Senior girls' supper tickets will
on sale for the last time from 9 to
and from 1 to 4 o'clock Monday
University hall.

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- FOR--'

Women and Misses

our Discarded Clothing
everything in the line of clothing and pays the highest
A Phone Call will bring the wagon to your address.

CLAUDE BROWN

FOURTH
Court House

TELEPHONE 2601
Open Evenings until 9 P M.

JAOMMITTEE OF 48;
LNQUET AT BOARD OF COMMERCE
(Detroit)

There will be a meeting of the en-
tire staff of Masques' play, "The New
Lady Bantock," at 4 o'clock Tuesday
in Barbour gymnasium.
Freshman girls are required to re-
main fifteen minutes after the talks
to freshmen Monday afternoon to hear
a brief discussion.
Athena Literary society will meet
at 7:15 o'clock Tuesday night on the
fourth floor of University hall. The
program will be the debate scheduled
for last Tuesday.
All freshman women will be enter-
tained at tea by the Collegiate Sorosis
from 4 to 6 o'clock Sunday afternoon.
All remaining tickets for the Junior
Girls' play will be on sale at Gra-
ham's bookstore until Thursday,
March 25. After that date they may
be procured at the box office of the
Whitney theater. There are a number
of seats for the Saturday afternoon
performance still on sale.
Ohrstron-Riggs Marriage Annuonced
Emma King Riggs, '19, daughter of
Prof. Henry Riggs, was married
Thursdayto George Louis Ohrstrom,
'18. Mr. and Mrs. Ohrstrom will leave
in a few days for Port au Prince,
Haiti,
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

Wednesday and Thursday

A Review of the Most Distinctive Styles

March 24th and 25th

- ON--

LIVING MODELS

Evenings of March 24th and 25th

Monday, March 22, 6:00 P, M.
PRINCIPAL SPEAKER:
I. A. H. HOPKINS,
Manager for Theodore Roosevelt During
the Progressive Party Campaign

7:30 o'clock

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Gowns

Frocks

Tailleurs

Sport Suits

Coats

Blouses

Millinery

THE PUBLIC IS INVITED

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"George Did It"

"George Did It"

Call W. W. Denton, 1054-M

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Two
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JUVINILE-DAYS

MONDAY

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TUESDAY

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lll offer a fine assortment of well selected titles for Childrens

at prices that will please the parents

Two
Stores

GRA

AM'S

Two
Stores

At Both ends of the Diagonal Walk

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GEORGE DID IT

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