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niunicalions
s of the Elizabethan plays
known to circulate freely
ice and create fun. It is
11 Michigan women could
e clever Masque that took
ar f=┬░om me at Patricia
I saw "Fearless". Names
fy a condition and, judg-,
countenance of the man
squerading in woman's'
he play, "Fear" would be
idonym.
, "It was a warm night."
tion followed its path

seemed a pity to have a child learn -----
the trick so young. I
Wilouten I
Curiosity kills most of us and so it________-________
was with "Fear". The dazzling beau-
ties of the stage, in their abbreviated Alumnae house will not entertain
costumes, gave him the thrill for Thursday afternoon on account of the
wctume gade himhe Bthillfre exhibition at Barbour gymnasium.
which he had come. But who were ___
they? He forgot his pearls, his furs, Girls who have signed up ror the
his wig, his crushed ribs and, in a' indoor meet will report at 4 o'clock
deep bass voice said to his fair neigh- at the gymansium today.
bor, "May I see your program?" "Cer-
tainly, sir," came her amused reply. There will be no gymnasium classes
A ghastly look spread over 4is face for w e rid y
for wmnFia.
and the perspiration beads froze on w _eFia
his beardless chin A sioh esca ned

University hall will be in charge of
women and women are urged to cast
their votes at this booth if convenient.
Luncheon Ticket Sale Continues Today
Senior girls are t'o wear their caps
and gowns to the Women's annual
luncheon to be given in Barbour gym-
nasium next Saturday.
Tickets for the luncheon are sell-
ing rapidly to present University stu-
dents, alumnae, and to girls in Detroit
Junior college. The sale of tickets will
be continued today from 9 until 12
o'clock' and from 2 until 5 in Univer-
sity hall.
Comedy Club Arranges Spring Party
Final plans for the Comedy club
spring party tomorrow night have
been completed. Members of the club
will stage a one act play in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall, later adjourning
to Barbour gymnasium for a dance
which will complete the program.
Prof. L. A. Strauss and Prof. '. R.
Nelson will chaperon the affair.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

ADD-ITIONAL SPORTS
PLAN TWO VARSITY
SWIMMING .1M E E T S
No definite program has been set
for dual meets for the swimming
team, but it is almost certain that two,
at least, can be arranged. The first
of these is expected to be with the
Detroit Athletic club on Saturday,
April 10, in the Detroit pool.
April 24 a meet with M. A. C. at
Lansing is hoped for. The meet was
arranged for April 3, but owing to the
interscholastic basketball tournament
it was found necessary to postpone the
date.
In the ranks of the D. A. C. are some
of the finest swimmers in the coun-
try; swimmers who have defeated the
best that even the Conference cham-
pions could produce. Coach Drulard
looks for a close contest , neverthe-
less, particularly in the crawl events,

as the Varsity is represented by some
fast men.
Little is known of the strength of
the Lansing institution. They have
good sprint men, and should excel
in the plunge for distance, but with
the exception of the plunge the Wolve-
rine swimmers seem to have the
edge.
Some of the men who were announc-
ed in Wednesday's Daily as having
won jerseys in the interclass meet
have not yet communicated with El-
liott. They may get in touch with
him by telephoning 2630-W between 1
and 2 o'clock today.
Close Play in Praternity Billiards
All games to date in the interfrater-
nity three cushion billiard tournament
being played at the Union have been
characterized by the close competition
that was at all times evident in the.
football and basketball series. To-
night's game will be played at 8
o'clock by McFadden, Zeta Psi, and
H. E. Byrne, Sigma Chi.
The Daily's specialty is Rervi130 to
everyone.-Adv.

1;7 M I IbZ5ULi.g p..b~'Cta u
him that even the drummer in the
orchestra heard. His large hands,
with their square nails, twitched. Hur-
riedly, wildly, he collected his coat, his

owed brow to the cor-'furs and rushed madly for the fire es-
xpansive mouth and cut, cape. Fear 'had him.
rease paint. Never have' AN OLD GRAD.
gony on the face of a
or dead brute. And while . (Who Enjoyed It.)
ng women giggled, and
t sorry for him. He was The Michigan Daily, the only morn-
ardly past 17. ing paper in.Ann Arbor, contains all
rard has been known to' the latest Campus, City and World
woman's costume and it News.-Adv.

There will be a rehearsal of Act H
of "The New Lady Bantock" at 4
o'clock this afternon in Barbour gym-
nasium.
There will be no .Women's league
party Friday because of preparations
for the luncheon Saturday.
Voting booths for both men and
women are established a't the Libra-
ry, the Engineering arch, the Law
building, the Engineering building,
and in University hall. The booth in

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