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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
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
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Announce a Formal
Stylus will meet at 7;45
Tuesday evening, March 23,
CI Omega house.
Senior girls' supper tickets will
on sale for the last time from 9 to
and from 1 to 4 o'clock Monday
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.
Open Evenings until 9 P M.
JAOMMITTEE OF 48;
LNQUET AT BOARD OF COMMERCE
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,
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March 24th and 25th
Evenings of March 24th and 25th
Monday, March 22, 6:00 P, M.
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Manager for Theodore Roosevelt During
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