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TO SEE ymNASTICOWOK
Thursday, April 1, has been chosen
as the day of the annual indoor meet
to be given in Barbour gymnasium
before the Schoolmasters' club. Fresh-
men and sophomores will- be rivals in
this meet, although upperclass girls
may enter for individual honor points
in the apparatus work.
The meet will show two phases of
indoor athletic work, a demonstra-
tion, and apparatus work. Floor
work, folk dancing, and marching are
the three kinds of work to be included
in the denonstration, while the ap-
paratus work will be the same as
that practiced all year.
To Hold Two Initial Meets
Two preliminary meets will be held,
one for each class, in which thpa'r-
ticipants will qualify t final
meet. Only those who sign up be-
forehand will be eligible for te final
meet. In the apparatus examindtion,
which everyone must take, six from
each piece of apparatus work will be
selected. Only those who have sign-
ed up and get high enough marks will
be assigned places.
Give Class and Personal Honors
Forty honor points will be awarded
the class winning the meet, and six-
ty honor points will go to the' class
winning the ;demonstration. Personal
honor points will be given in the form
of athletic honor points, five points to
any one getting a first place, three
points for a second place, and one
point for a third place.,
Senior and Junior Girls Victors
Senioi girls' basketball team claim-
ed a victory over the sophomores
yesterday afternoon with a score of
24 to 17, after which the junior girls'
team defeated the freshmen with. a
score of 21 to 8.
GENERAL WOODS MILITARY
POLCY EXPLAINED BY CLUB
The most common objection which
we hear to the candidacy of General
Wood is that the country is tired of
military men, and desires to return to
a peace basis as rapid yas possible.
Many hearings have been held at
Washington with regard to the pro-
posed army reorganization plans.. To
these hearings representative leaders
have been called. When it is remem-
bered that General Wood, the ranking
major-general of the army, recom-
-mended the smallest standing army
which was recommended, it can be
readily seen that his minddoes not lie
in the direction of militarism. It is
certain that a man with his military
record, holding the views which he
does as to the desirability of a snIall
standing army would be' more desir-
able for- a democracy than a man
without . military experience who
might bt carried away by what he
considered to be the exigencies of the
situation.
In a letter to the Washtenaw County
Republican Club, General Wood stated
concisely his views as follows:
"We need a. highly efficient but
small regular army, two hundred
thousand to two hundred and fifty
thousand men, sufficient for the peace
needs of the nation, and a first class
navy, always ready. We need a de-
finite and well established policy of
national preparedness. Never again
must we permit America to be caught
s utterly unprepared and unready as
we were in the great World War. We
paid for this lack of preparation in
blood and treasure. The Army of the
Republic should be built up with the
idea' of maintaining the smallest num-

ber of men living the lives of profes-
sional soldiers, only enought to give
us an army sufficient for the peace
needs of the nation, but belind it some
system which will give our youth.
enough training to make them quick-
ly available in case of attack. This
training for national service should
coibmne educational, industrial, and
citizenship training, and means the
absolute avoidance of anything un-
American or militaristic. We are
concerned with the making of better,
more effective men."
D. W. SPRINGER,
Superintendent of University of
Michigan Homoeopathic Hospital.
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN LEON-
ARD WOOD LEAGUE.-Adv.
Get your Furniture and Rugs at
Koch and Henne.-Adv.

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S 't omen
Organdie collars to be worn with
senior caps and gowns will be on
sale from 9 to 12 this morning in
University hall.
Members of the Y. W. C. A. cabinet
will meet this afternoon at 3 o'clock
at Newberry hall. Miss Ball, stu-
dent field director, will speak.
Miss Constance L. Ball, student Y.
W. C. A. secretary oftthe central- field,
will discuss issues to be considered
'at the National Y. W. C. A. conven-
tion to be held at Cleveland, April
13 to 20, with the cabinet of the Un-
iversity Y. W. C. A. at 3 o'clock today
at Newberry hall.
There will be no Women's league
party on Friday afternoon due to the
senior luncheon and junior play that
evening.
Caps and gowns for senior women
have arrived at Mack's and may be
called for.
There will be an important meeting
of Mortarboard at 5 o'clock this after-
noon at the Alpha Phi house.
Women may procure slips for the
Union opera at Dean Jordan's office
until Saturday, March 27.
Senior Supper to Be Given' to 230,
All plans are made for the senior
girls' supper Friday evening. Two
hundred thirty people are expected to
be present. The seniors will "appear
ii caps and gowns with organdie col-
bars.,

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FOR SALE
SALE-Conn C Melody Saxa-
ne, reasonable. Call 240-M.
SALE-Two May Fesival cov-
coupons. gall 549-J.'
SALE-One May Festival Cou-
, $1.75. 954-J.
FOR BENT4
RENT-Fro'nt suite three .blocks
m campus. 1412 Geddes .Ave.
one 2316-J.
RENT-A young man would like
immate in large front room on
t floor. 425 S. Divsiion. ,Phone
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WANTED-
TED-Applications of ambitious
n who desire to make money
ing Spring and Summer vaca-
is. Write, Baskart Co., 50 Pen-
cot Bldg., Detroit.

LOST
LOST-Tuesday evening about 8 P.
M., somewhere between Hill Audi-
torium and Monroe St. on the Cam-
pus, a fox fur neck piece. Finder
kindly leave at Secretary's office.
W. H.
LOST-End of a gold fountain pen.
Initials J. W. on Campus or Tap-
pan Rd. If found please comnuni-
cate with J. Walter, 826 Tappan Rd.
LOST-On March 21, in vicinity of
Washington St. and Health Service,
U. of M. seal pin. Reward for re-
turn, to Dr. Walker. Health Service.
LOST-Signet ring be ring initials 0.O
S. H., at Union, Sunday evening.
Please return to Box N. S., Daily.
Reward.
LOST-In front of 818 Forest Ave., a
Hudson Seal fur scarf. Reward.
Phone 392-J.
LOST--Sinfonia sister pin. Initials
M. R. B. on back. Finder call 1505.
Reward.
LOST-Alpha Tau Omega pin. In-
itials G. K. 0. on back. Finder
please call 179. Reward.
MISCELLANEOUS
BOYS' SUMMER CAMP - A summer
camp for boys in the Muskaka
Lakes Region of Ontario. July 1st
to Aug. 26th. Those interested write
Box A. X., Daily.

SITS --Tailleurs,

Etons, Tuxedo

Sport Models

FROCKS-Taffeta, Georgette, Ritted, Beaded, Flowered
COATS-Short Polos, Longer Wraps, Sport Skirts, Blouses,
Sweaters, in contrasting colors

Footwear

Millinery

Accessories

WE ANNOUNCE
A SPECIAL PRESENTATION OF IMPORTED MILLINERY
IN ADDITION TO
THE MOST RECENT INTERPRETATIONS
BY NEW YORK DESIGNERS

THURSDAY, MARCH 25TH

TED-J-Hop Ticket.
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State price.]

ELP WANTED-FEMALE
NT to take care of one small
mornings or afternoons. Mrs.
Turner, 1137'Fair Oakes Park-

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Dances, Friday and Saturday
Tickets limited. On sale at
Fischer's and Graham's

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