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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1921.

Soph Lits Plan
Theatre Party
Members of the soph lit class will
;o in a body Wednesday night to see
)ouglas Fairbanks in "The Nut." The
vhole house at the Wuerth theater will
e given over to the sophomores for
he first performance. The lower floor
Las been reserved for the men while
he entire balcony will be turned over
o the women.
More than 500 tickets had been dis-
iosed of last night. Just 250 tickets
,re left and when these are gone there,

will be no chance of getting into the
show, according to Ellis Hunt, chair-
man of the class entertainment com-
mittee. By buying the entire house
for one show, the sophomores have
been able to sell their tickets at 25
cents instead of at the regular price of
30 cents.
The men of the class will parade to
the Union after the show, and a big
pep meeting will be held in the tap-
room. Special music and entertain-
ment has been provided for the occa-
sion.
Increase your business by advertis-I
ing in The Michigan Daily.-Adv. 4

W~omenI

"SELINA SUE" WORK WIOMEN' BUILDING TO BE
OF PROFESSIONALS DISCUSSED AT LUNCHEON

COLUMN L SSIFIECOLUMN
THIS LAiETHIS
CLOSES CLOSES
AT3 P.M. ADVERTISINGD AT 3P.M.

At a meeting of the board of rep-
Real stars will perform in "Selina resentatives of the Women's league
Due to the fact that a number of Sue," this year's Junior Girls' play. Saturday morning, plans for the an-
senior women have left school, a few Several of the leads have done pro- nual women's luncheon were dis-
$2 and $1.50 seats for the Friday night fessional and semi-professional work. cussed. The date was set for April 2,
performance of the Junior Girls' play The present cast and choruses are and it was decided that the subject
may still be obtained. composed of more good voices than dealt with by the speakers should be
-- those of any former play, according the prospective building for women
Women interested in social service to Prof. John L. Brumm, the di' students.
or toy shop work are asked to sign rector. Marcella Moon, '21, is chairman of
between the hours of 2 and 5 o'clock Three acts make up the play as the committee in charge of the lunch-
any afternoon at Newberry hall. compared to two acts last year. The eon.
_ atcion requires two stage settings
All junior girls who wish scores of which are entirely different in ap- Guests Invited to League Party
the play music must order them at pearance. The Women's league party for this
once from Florence Shirey, '22, chair- Phil Diamond and hip; orchestra week will take the form of a tea
man of the music committee, since will play at all three or the perform- dance for the out of town guests
there are onl 250 copies and 286 girls ances. More than a few of the songs who are here for the Junior Girls'
in the class. give promise oif being remembered play. Tea will be served from 4 to
and sung here for many years to 6 o'cloak Friday afternoon in Bar-
Athena Literary society will meet come. bour gymnasium and there will be
promptly at 7:15 o'clock tonight in dancing. A three pioec orchestra has
the Alpha Nu rooms. Engagement of Alumna Announced been engaged for the occasion.
Annoincemient was made Sunday
The University Girls' Glee club will no ce as Kade Gunda Be properly gowned. Let your de-
noon at the Kappa Kappa Gamma sinnln rsmaigb oeb
holds its regular practice at 4:30 hueo h naeeto naM signing and dressmaking be done by
s is 0 house of the engagement of Anna M. the New Shop at 721 N. Univ. (second
o'clock this afternoon in Barbour Kirkpatrick, '20, to Charles C. Ha- floor). Mrs. Mabel Tolford, formerly
gymnasium. mill, '21. with the Vogue Shoppe, prolietress.
-Adv.
Basketball practice for first and sec- Daily advertising will spell prosper-
and teams will be held as follows: ity for you.-Adv. Read The Daily for Campus news.

EDWARD MATHIEU TO SPEAK
BEFORE CERCLE FRANCAIS
Edward Mathieu, instructor in the
romance language department, will
give a lecture in French on "Labiche:
His Life and Works," at 4:15 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon in room 203,
Tappan hall.
The address is the second one on
the Cercle Francais program for this
semester.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.--Adv.
MA JESTI C
Starting Tomorrow

LOST AND FOUND
,OST--Last Thursday in Upper Study
Hall, Library, large black leather
notebook, containing notes under
heads D, F, G, R, N. Finder please
call Bronson, 371. 112-2
,OST-Ten dollars reward for return
of 5 months old Airedale puppy or
for first information leading to re-
covery. W. C. Mack. 730 Haven.
112-2
,OST-Between Methodist church and
Geddes Heights, Sorority Pin, initials
M. W. Please return to D. Howe, 6
Geddes Heights or call 1632-J. 112-2
,OST-Will the person who picked up
a gold capped Parker fountain pen
March 4, return it to Room 241 New
Engineering Bldg? Reward. 112-2
,OST-Friday night at Grey Shop a
small pink purse containing about
$10.00. Finder please call 1058-R.
112-1
QST-Bachelite pipe Thursday in
front 325 Jefferson. Reward if
brougt to above address. 112-2

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-To close out small lot of
U. of M. stationery, 24 sheets good
bond note paper, 24 envelopes to
match,, 25 cents. One half usual
price. Room 2 over Moe's Sport
Shop, from 8 to 5. 711 N. Univ.
Ave. 112-2
FOR SALE-Stamp collection, cheap,
entire or by single stamps. Send
postal with name and phone num-
ber for appointment. Box Q. R.,
Daily. 112
FOR SALE-Kodak-1A Junior equip-
ped with Kodak Anastigmat F.7.7
Lens. Leather carrying case in-
cluded. Call Bradley, 2220. 111-3
FOR SALE-Full Dress Suit. Size 38.
Call at 316 S. State St. S. W. Tray-
lor. Practically new. Cost $110.00.
111-3
FOR SALE-C Melody Conn Saxa-
phone, nearly new and in excellent
condition. Call Haight, 2220. 111-3
FOR SALE-One set of Harvard Class-
ics. Enquire, 1104 Catherine St. 111-2

)ST-Child's black fur neckpiece. FOR SALE OR RENT-Typewriters at
Reward. Telephone 1848-R. 112-3 reduced prices. School of Short-
hand, 711 N. Univ. 112-2

Seniors at 5 o'clock this afternoon.
freshmen at 2 o'clock Wednesday, jun-
iors at 3 o'clock Wednesday, sopho-
mores at 5 o'clock Thursday.
Tickets for the senior girls' supper
will be on sale from 1 to 2:15 o'clock
this afternoon at University hall. This
will be the last day of 'the sale.
The Junior Girls' play will rehearse
at 4 o'clock this afternoon in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall.
Collars for senior women's gowns
will be sold Thursday and Friday
mornings in University hall.
COSMOPOLITAN CLUB LECTURE
SUBJECTS, DATES ANNOUNCED
Prof. Wilbur R, Humphreys of the
English department will speak underj
the auspices of the Cosmopolitan club
upon "Proverbial Unwisdom" at 7:30
o'clock tomorrow night in room 206
University hall.
The next lecture in the Cosmopol-
itan club series will be given by Prof.
Guy M. Whipple of the department of
education, whose subject will be "The{
Search for Brains and Will Among
Three Million Men."
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

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sale Friday.

F \7

Jesse L. Lasky
presents

MISCELLANEOUS
HE SALESMAN Class of the Nation-
al Casualty Company will meet for
the first time Wednesday evening,
March 16th, at 7 o'clock in the Di-
rectors room ofthe University Y.
M. C. A. on State St. Please be
present as it is important if you
expect to take up this .work. 112-2

E A EAOR NDAY, MARCH 21

WANTED
WANTED-Men who dare think big'
money, for guaranteed summer sell-
ing proposition. To arrange person-
al interview at Allenel Hotel, Wed-1
nesday or9Thursday, call Martin
Larson, 959. 112-2
WANTED - Stenographer. Part orl
full time. Should be able to read
some German. Apply Room 208,
Chemistry , 112-2
FOR RENT

CECIL B.
] DEN
Ty'Jeanie Maepherson.
a 9arzmouatIGdurt
The story of a mismated mar.
riage that was tested by the
flame of forbidden love. Gor-
geously, thrillingly staged, with
an all-star cast of noted players

F INTERESTED in profitable
mer work,see Bald at 1034 E.
on St. Phone 2424-R.

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Will
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WANTED

rANTED-=May Festival coupon.
pay $1.00.. Phone 976-J..

FOR RENT-Large beautiful room ar-'
ranged for two. Steam heat. Phone
1194-M. 422 E. Washington. 112-3

Pricea 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 Seats on

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Come Enjoy the Big Show- St. Patrick's Day

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