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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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NAT CHINESE HELP
IN 1HEALTH MOVEMENT
REFORM WILL BE PERMANENT
SAYS Y. W. C. A. SEC.
RETARY
"The Chinese people are standing
behind the health movement in their
country," said Mrs. Katherine Willard
Eddy, foreign secretary of the Y. W.
C. A., in an interview at Newberry
hall Saturday.
"Our only contribution to the cam-
paign is for the support of Dr. Clara
Sargent, '15M," said Mrs. Eddy.
'Funds for all other work are raised
by the people benefited. After we
have once started a branch in any
Chinese city, the work is carried on
by the natives."
Mrs. Eddy, who has lately spent sev-
eral months In oriental service, has
great faith in the ability of the Chi-
nese to carry out any idea which has
been brought to them and believes
in the permanence of the reform as to
cleanliness and general health con-
ditions wrought by Dr. Sargent.
"MUMMERS" HOLD
FIRST MEETING
At a meeting of "Mummers," new
dramatic organization, yesterday aft-
ernoon the following officers were
elected: President, Florence Der-
rick, '22; vice-president, Merry Wag-
ner, '23; secretary, Theodosia Bur-
ton, '23; treasurer, Thekla Roese, '22;
nember at large, Dorthy Southgate,
'23.-
Committees appointed are as fol-
lows Property, Cecile Baer, '22, chair-
man, Mary Ziliak, '23, Mary Van
Deinse, '22, Margaret Becket, '22;
coaching, Kathryn Potter, '23, chair-
man, Theodosia Burton, '23; publici-
ty, Mary Van Deinse, '22, chairman,
Sara Waller, '22; !play reading, Con-
stance Ling, '23; caste, Theodosia
Burton, '23, chairman, Merry Wagner,
'23, Florence Derrick, '22, Helen Part-
low, '23.
Before Friday the play will be de-
tided upon which "Mummers" will
present at the Women's league party
March 25.
Tryouts will be held from 3 to 4:15
o'clock Friday afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium.
Spring arrivals. Imported Caps.
Tweeds and Heringbone, $3.50. Davis
Toggery Shop, 119 S. Main St.-Adv.
A DESIRE
FOR ANY TYPE OF DANCING
may easily be satisfied at
MLLE.
JEANETTE KRUZSKA'S
DANCING STUDIO
AESTHETIC DANCING
SOFT SHOE DANCING
TOE DANCING
BALL ROOM DANCING
We aim to make you graceful
in addition to knowing steps
Instructors
MLLE. KRUZSKA
PHILIP MILLER, '23
Studo-324 E. Huron St.
Phone 2308-R

Women
Rehearsals for Junior Girls' play:
will be held at 4 and 7 o'clock today
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Senior girls may get their tickets
for the Junior Girls' play from 2 to 5
o'clock this afternoon in University
hall.
Tickets for the Junior Girls' play
will go on sale at 10 o'clock Wednes-
day morning at Graham's bookstore.
The Junior Girls' play committee
may get their tickets for the play
from 9 to 10 o'clock Wednesday morn-
ing at Graham's.
Athena Literary society will meet
promptly at 7:15 o'clock tonight.
University Girls' Glee club will re-
hearse at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon
in Barbour gymnasium.
Tickets for the annual senior wom-
en's supper to be given on March 18,
will be on sale at 50 cents from 2 to 5
o'clock this afternoon in University
hall, in connection with the gift of
complimentary tickets to Junior Girls'
play.
Women interested in social service
or toy shop work are asked to sign
between the hours of 2 and 5 o'clock
any afternoon at Newberry hall.
All solicitors in the Dr. Clara Sarg-
ent campaign are to report between 9
and 12 and 2and 5 o'clock each day
at Newberry hall.
All girls who are to take part in
the colonial dance for the Cosmopol-
itan club entertainment, must attend
the practice at 5 o'clock this afternoon
in Barbour gymnasium.
Practice for the first and second
senior basketball teams will be held at
5 o'clock this afternoon. Attendance
of all girls on the teams is required
since captains are to be chosen at
this time.
Both first and second freshman
basketball teams will practice at 2
o'clock Wednesday afternoon.
Practice for the first and second
junior basketball teams will be held
at 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon.
D. A. R. VOTES MONEY FOR
SCHOLARSHIP AND MEMORIALS
At a business meeting of the D. A.
R. Monday afternoon a special appro-
priation for national causes was vot-
ed on favorably.
The first object is to purchase Mrs.
Minor's Americanization Manual, a
copy of which is to be placed in the
hands of every immigrant entering
the country. There are two memorial
gifts; one a fountain to be erected in
memory of the Puritan Mothers; the
other gift is a picture representing a
convoy of American soldiers which
will be presented by the D. A. R. to
the National War Museum. The last
need for money lies in the Guernsey
Scholarship.
Members of the D. A. R. are to be
taxed 65 cents each in order to carry
out these designs.

LEGION STARTS SECOND
WEEK Of MEMBER DRfi
MUSIC AND HUMOR FOUND
"C'EST LA GUERRE" BY
STUDENTS
Not a musical comedy, a review, n
a vaudeville show, but a clever co
bination of them all-this is the chl
acterization of "C'est la Guerr
which is to be presented by Univeri
post, Veterans of Foreign Wars a
o'clock Tuesday evening, March 15,
Hill auditorium.

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WOMEN TO
TEA FOR

GIVE
FACUL'TY

V L Final arrangements for the tea to1
be given by the women of the Univer-.
IN sity houses, honoring faculty mem-
bers, ministers and house matrons,
from 4 to 6 o'clock Wednesday after-
noon in Barbour gymnasium were
made at a meeting of the committee
nor yesterday afternoon.

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An orchestra furnished by the
Girls' Mandolin club will furnish mus-
ic throughout the afternoon, and other
features of entertainment have been
planned.
"Since this is practically the only
occasion the women of the University

It is written, produced and acted by
members of the post who saw active
service overseas. It contains French
humor and pathos, a bit of a song and
a laugh by a group of British Tom-
mies, just arrived from "The Better
'Ole."
Varied Acts
Darktown doughboys- present Swa-
nee humor and the latest variations
of African golf. An Apachee dance
like the kind the Yanks saw in Paris

houses have

in which to meet their

instrutcors in a social way, we hope
that all will avail themselves of this
opportunity," said Marion Crohn, '21,
president of the house presidents' or-
ganization. "Every girl is expected to.
come and constitute herself one of the
hostesses on this occasion."
SENIORS GUESTS
OF HONOR AT PLAY

MASQUES TO PRESENT
THE FLOIST'S SHOP'
Spring, and flowers, and the revival
of an old love affair are all combin-
ed in the action of the one-act play,
"The Florist's Shop," which Masques
will present Friday at the next Wom-
en's league party. The performance
will begin promptly at 4 o'clock in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
The entire preparation and produc-.
tion of the play is in charge of stu-
dent members of Masques, and no
help or guidance of any kind is being
given by Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, the
director of the club. Anne Louise
Mitchell, '21, is acting as general man-
ager of the production, while Evelyn
Rockwell, '22, is in charge of the cast.
Catherine Greenough, '24, and Olga
Johnson, '21, are directing the stag-
ing and the coaching.
Following the play there will be
dancing and refreshments in the gym-
nasium.
Lightweight imported golf hose.
$3.00 upward. Wild & Co., State St.-
Adv.
Let a classified ad find that lost ar-
ticle.-Adv.
Trubey
Home-made Candies
and Box Candies
Discount on 2iox Candies
218 S. MAIN STREET
Phone 166

MODERNIZE
YOUR
LD-FASHIONED
WEDDING
RING
It can be made over
into the beautiful new
Orange Blossom design
without cutting the
ring. The inscription
is not destroyed, nor is
the cherished sentiment
of the circlet in any
way harmed.
Ask for particulars

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H A L L E R
AND
FIULLER
STATE STREET
JEWELERS

is rendered, and one hears Oxford'
French interpreted by an officer in the
Royal Flying corps. There is also a'
peep at chic mademoiselles in the lat-j
est Paris creations. You remember,
don't you boys?
To Buy Colors
The proceeds of the show will be
used to buy a stand of silk colors ins
memory of Richard Hall, the first,
Michigan man to fail on the field of
battle. Hall was a member of the{
Amainn b ilna arin withthn

Senior girls will be given their tick-
ets to the complimentary senior per-I
formance of the Junior Girls' play
from 2 to 5 o'clock this afternoon in
University hall. A section consisting
of the 300 best seats on the main floor
has been reserved for the women of
the graduating class who will be the
guests of honor.
As at each of the 16 former Junior
Girls' plays the seniors will attend

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Vert t~r' VWatch~

American am uiance service wit the
French armies. the play ns abody,t earing theircat h
Tickets for "C'est la Guerre" will be!Cangonafterth.u.t
on sle t Grhams an onthe am-Congregational church..
on sale at Graham's and on the cam- The play committee may get their
pus. tickets from 9 to 10 o'clock Wednes-
day morning at Graham's preceding
the general sale, which begins at 10
ALL NAVAL RESERVE ___________
o'clock.
CFF1ERSFILL ME E T'Chica go "Y" Secretary Here Today
Miss Florence Sprague, field secre-
tary for the city associations of Chi-
Officers of the Naval reserves will cago, is visiting the city association of
meet at 7:30 tonight in the Union to the Y. W. C. A. in the interest of edu-
discuss plans whereby they may re- cational and world fellowship work.
tain efficiency in rank under the pro-
posed plan of organized study in the U3e the advertising columns of The
University. Michigan Daily to reach the best of
A recent Naval reserve order is to Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.
the effect that all officers who do not
maintain their efficiency in rank will
be dropped from the rolls and their Courteous and satisfactory
pay checked. In order to provide TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
means whereby officers may perform or small.
the necessary drills, it has been pro-
posed and periission has been grant- The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
ed to substitute for duty with a divi-
sion an organized study of advanced Incorporated 1869
naval affairs. Capital and Surplus, $625,000.00
At present it {is considered that one Resources .........$5,000,000.00
night a week may be devoted to class-
es, where the officers may study such Northwest Cor. Main yHuron
subjects as: Navigation, ordnance and 707 North University Ave.
gunnery, spotting board, mooring
board, and strategy and tactics.
All officers in the reserve force who
are interested in taking such study to
maintain their efficiency are requested H
to be present at the meeting tonight.

UNIVERSITY
STUDENTS WANTED
to sell rowboat motdrs now and
during vacation. Can be han-
died on the side if desired. Best
opportunity for those who will
b& in or near summer resorts.
Commission is liberal. Highest
grade rowboat motor manufac-
tured.dDirect factory supervis-
ion and sales instruction.
The Caille Perfection Motor Co.
Detroit, Mich.

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J. L. CHAPMAN
JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST
The Store of Reliability &-Satisfaction
113 South Main Street
ANN ARBOR,* . -MICHIGAN
Ready to Serve
AT ANY TIME
Open from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Pot of hot tea and bowl of rIoe
PLAIN CHOP SUEY
85 CENTS
CHINESE and AMERICAN Style
Short Orders

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THE EBERBACH & SON CO.

Drugs
Laboratory Supplies
Chemicals

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THE EBERBACH & SON CO.
200 - 204 EAST LIBERTY STREET

PROF. YOUNG INFLUENCES
STATE FORESTRY COMMITTEE

T H E A T R E
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CLOSES
ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-A leather notebook, probably
in Gym locker room, very important
notes. Name on cover. Return to
Howard A. Donahue, 602 E. Huron.
Phone 396. 105-2
LOST-Sunday night on Packard St.,
Black travelling bag, containing
clothing and important lecture notes.
Call 1136-M or return to 539 Thomp-
son St. Reward. 106
LOST--Friday afternoon probably be-
tween Betsy Barbour and Barbour
Gym, gold banded fountain pen, -no
cap. Return to Betsy Barbour of-
flee.- Reward. 106-2
LOST-One pair galoshes at Armory
Friday, March 5. Have you mine?
I have yours. Let's exchange.
Phone 2520-M. 106
LOST - At Women's Athletic ban-
quet, galoshes-size 6, 4 buckles.
Please return to 402 Betsy Barbour
House. 106-2
LOST-Child's red fox fur on Hill
street, Sunday evening, between 6
and 7. Reward. Phone 513-F2. 104-3
[OST-Long silver bar pin with pink
stones. Finder please phone 2430.
Reward. 106
LOST-One silver -Eversharp, inscrib-
ed Susan. Reward. Phone 2520-M.
106

FOR SALE
FOR SALE - Pair men's cordovan
shoes. Size 8. Cost me $18. Worn
less than one week. Will sell cheap.
Phone 811-R. 104-3
FOR SALE-1917 Ford Roadster in
very good condition. Cheap for
cash. Call 1753-J. 106-3
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Large alcove suite with
hot and cold water in room. Gentle-
men preferred. Board if desired.
Reduced rates. Phone 481-R. 104-3
FOR RENT - Desirable room, one
block from campus. Box H. A.,
Daily. 105-3
FOR RENT-Single front room, sec-
ond floor. Want to buy double deck,
also single bed. Phone 1722-W. 106-3
1 WANTED
WANTED-Phonograph salesman. We
have a decidedly interesting pro-
position for you. Call at the Wis-
teria Shop, 330 Maynard, between
10 A. M. and 6 P. M. 106
WANTED-A used 17 or 18 ft, canoe.
E. D. Blair, 1412 Geddes Ave. Phone
2316-J. 103-4
MISCELLANEOUS
REWARD-Will the preson who pick-
ed up a pocketbook in the Regis-
trar's office, Monday afternoon,
Phone E. G. Aldrich, 2383-M. 106-3j

Prof. L. J. Young of the forestry
department has returned from Lan- CharIe:
sing, where he attended a conference
of the forest fire law committee'of the P
Michigan State Farm bureau. The com-
mittee agree upon the course favor-
ed by Professor Young, recommend-
ing co-ordination of the state forestry
commissions under one head, and con-
demning timber land taxes conducive
to the cutting of young timber. inthi
Before the Michigan Sportsmen's
association's convention in Lansing
Professor Young spoke upon, "For-
estry in Its Relation to the Sports- H
man."
JULIAN STREET TO LECTURE A. E
ON "JAPANESE SITUATION"{
Mail Order.
Julian Street, noted author, will lec- received.I
ture on "The' Japanese Situation" ?t dressed st
8 o'clock Monday night, March 21, in tBest Seats
the Assembly hall of the Michigan ten per cen
Union. The talk will be given under
the auspices of the Collegiate Alumnae
and the Homoeopathic guild. The pro-
ceeds will be used for social service
work.I_
Mr. Street is well known as a life
long friend of Theodore Roosevelt and
was the author "The Most Interesting
American" and other books. He spent
last summer traveling in Japan.
Union Dance Ticket Sale
Preference for tickets to the Union
dance next Saturday evening will be
given to dents, pharmics, homoeops,
grads and architects, when the sale
opens at 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon
in the lobby. Those ticekts unsold at 1
o'clock on Friday will be offered to
the general membership. The sopho-

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224-226 S. State Street

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