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February 23, 1922 - Image 7

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bciety will hold its
7:30 o'clock this
Vewberry residence.

regular
evening

Blade club following the men's meet-
ing in the Engineering building. The
husbands are requested by the com-
mittee to come immediately following
their meeting. The ladies are asked
to bring their dishes.

ave
roit,
1 be

Rehearsals for the Junior Girls'
lay will be held as follows: Act 1
nd 2 with choruses 1, 2 3, 5, 6, 7, at
o'clock today; the whole cast and
11 choruses at 9:30 o'clock Saturday
horning. Practices will be held at
arah Caswell Angell hall.
Delta Delta Delta is the first soror-
:y to receive a 90 per cent sign in
he house to house campaign for life
emberships in the University of Mich-
an league.

FRENCH SCHOLARSHIPS
OPE N TO AMERICAN1GIRS
SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES WILL
SAIL ABOUT THE MIDDLE
OF SEPTEMBER,
Offers of scholarships and fellow-
ships in Lycees and Ecoles Normales
have been received fromn the French
department of Education and Offices
National des Universities francaises,
in appreciation of the scholarships
awarded to French girls in America.
The instiutions offering these scholar-
ships are situated at Paris, Sevres,
St. Germain en Laye, Versailles, Beau-
vais, Touram and Caen.
The scholarships and fellowships
in the Ecole Normale Superieure de

done graduate work and have a univer-
sity career in view. These scholar-
ships are granted tonly to those who
speak and read French easily and in-
tend to study seriously.
The scholarships and fellowships in
the Ecole Normale de, St. Germain en,
Laye are open to women not over 24
years of age who hold a bachelor's de-
gree and have had some work in edu-
cation. These scholarships will be
granted only to women who have the
teaching profession 'in view. They
must have a knowledge of grammatical
French and such, a command of spok-
en and written French as to be able to
carry on their work in that language.
The scholarships and fellowships in
Lycees are open to women between the
ages of 17 to 20 who are freshmen,
sophomores, or juniors and who can
understand spoken French.
Letters of application should con-
tain an account of the applicant's
training and aim in studying abroad.
Necessary credentials are: A state-
ment from- the college registrar of
work done by the student; birth cer-
tificate; photograph; health certificate
from the college physician, giving 'the

past two years; testimonials from two
professors with whom the applicant
has studied, one of whom shall be
from the department of Romance lan-
g.uages, and a testimonial from the
dean of women as to the character,
ability, and promise of the canrdate.j
Applications should be sent immed-
iately to Prof. Margaret E. Maltby, 419
West 117th street, New York City.
Only American born women are eligi-
ble for these scholarships and fellow-
ships. Successful candidates will sail
about the middle of September. -

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1Sat. Mat. "Merchant of Vert
Night; Wed.. Sat, Eves..

about themiddle-ofSeptember

work The cast and director of "A Cup of
most Tea," and the cast of "Enter the Hero,"
Ad of will meet at 4 o'clock this afternoon in
the parlors of Barbour gymnasium.
There will b'e a Women's. league
. party at 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
in Barbour gymnasium.

RENT
OR LEARN HOW TO OPERATE A
TYPEWRITER

Commence Any Day

Make It Soon

HAMILTON BUSINESS COLLEGE
STATE AND WILLIAM

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It's Something New

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for Norma!
To find comedy In drama-to find her at one moma
ent a lovable madcap, at the next a wife who knows
her money buys her husband's kisses-to find ,
smiles to banish your tears-those wonderful things
you'll find in "The Wonderful Thing."
It's a Swift Surprise
Oh! You'll Like It!

Today, Friday

and Satu

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Foi! So Chic' So Parisienne

yet so AmericainO!

Mais oui! A Triumph'for Norma!
Meet the sweetest little Ameicaine who ever sent
Counts crazy. Meet Jacqueline Bogg's, alias

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Her Pop owns all the hams in U. S. A.;
and she owns nost of the beauty. She
has everything except - "The Won-
derful Thing."
Just a madcap learning for the first
time the wonderful thing that is love.
A Sparkling, Scintillating Jewel of
Life that is as Joyful as the Laughter
it is Bound to Create, and Yet, Like
the Shadows Casp by a Brilliant Light,
it may Bring a Tear or Two.

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SPECIAL .COMEDY FEA TURE
"CIRCUS CLOWNS"
An Hilarious Century Comedy
Coming THE 4 HORSEMEN
SUNDAY OF THE APOCALYPSE

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VOCALIST - SPECIAL EFFECTS
New York Musical Synchronization!

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cause we are
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anywhere.

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