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DAILY

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THREE COLLEGES DEFET
WOMEN'S IRE TEAMi,

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- ARRANGE EUROlPEAN ;"J t5ES[LT
ITOURS FOR WOMNACTSL
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,SYRACUJS, YIANANDI
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Group number two of Masques will ing various European tours for
Efmeet at 4 tomorrow afternoon in American women students which are

WELL

:kWomen's rifle teams from
DePauw, -and Maryland ul
defeated the Michigan won,
in the tournament held on
Syracuse, counting ten wvor
team gained a' score of 17
against the Michigan score
DePauw, with a team of five
made a score of 934, whileA
team of five could oiy sc
Maryland scored 965 agains
points of Michigan's team.
Ten shut;, were fired by
testant and the two po:
prone and sitting. Sincee
was judged on the basis of
ihighest possible score for ani
dividual was .200. The Michi
averaged as follows: Ingrit
'26, with a score of 184; 1H.
scor~ed 181; Mida Abbott, '24,
ice Young, '261d, 177; Leok
powska, '26, 176; Bernice
'24, 176; Anna Wheeler,
Helen Esser, '24,,,175; EsthE
'23, 169;,and M. Miller, 166.
The Syracuse score as It v
ed to Michigan was totaled
following list: Marion I
192, Winifred Butts, 188, Jan(
187, Marion Birney, 184, Lillie
ger, 182, Isabelle, Hogue, 18(
Love, 180, Marion Johnston,
aldine Ridings, 171, Jane
154.
Depauw university, had th(
ing individual scores from its
fve members: Katherine Bas,
Virginia Neff1 189, Helen Who
Grace Brown, 186, Rachel Ben
The University of Maryland
following list of scores: "Betf
198, Marie Massicot, 193, Gri
192, Elizabeth Flenner, 191, a:
Dorsey, 191.
Atfhena I ,scusses European
Following the regular
meeting of the Athena Litera
ety which was held 'Tuesday
a general discussion was gig
cerning the occupation of tl
Valley in Germany. Adelaide
'25, spoke concerning the it
situation there. The attitude of
in the :matter, was explained
len Nylund, 25. Frieda Diekl
told of the probable outcome,
HOTEL ALLENEL
Is serving a splendid ste
fRh supper every evening,
Adv.

iSyracuse,
niversities
'ien 's team
a , Feb. 17.
,men on a
790 points
aof '1758;
'members,
Michigan's
core 896;
st the 896
each con-
)sitions of I
each shot!
,f ten, the
ny one in-i
Igan team
dt Alvinlg,+
H-artwig,

Sarah Caswell Angell nall. Thle play,
I -My Lady Dreams," which may be
found in "A 'Treasury of Plays for Wo-
men," is on reserve in the upper study
hall in the Library and should be read
bW 'members of this group before the
meeting.'
Kid gloves of all kinds will be sold
by Mortarboard society, tomorrow
from 2 to 4 o'clock at the candy'E
booth in University hall.

arranged by various organizations.
The purpose of the tours is to sup-I
plement the work of schools and col-
leges by giving the student an oppor-
tunity to see those places with which
he has become familiar through his-,
tory, literature and the classics. Most
of the tours consist of a three month
trip beginning the latter part of JUnq
and end ink; the latter part of August.

PRESERVED
THOUGHT TO REz
YEARS 'OD

SPECIMEN
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'Stockholma, Feb. 20--(By A.P.)-
The =Well-preserved skeleton osf a moan
wvho lived In the stone ago, .5,000,
years ago, has jurst been found °on °the
'west court of Sweden -by a commnis-
slon -of h;archaeologists which *ha7.
Exhibt Waer Clors *-'-'en Lnm inv U1L~bLthaor fv iur a

The relics now broughit to light in-
clude flint tools and weapons, orna-
ments, etc. In one of the graves
about 2,0100 years old, were found thq
remains of a woman and her belong-
ings, consisting of an amber, necklacel
.weaver's reeds anjd distaff.
'WOMEN UHOOSE MANA-GEERS
FOR BASKE'-r$ALL TEAMS
Managers for the class ',asketball
teams were chosen at the time of the
regular practices Tuesday, in Bar-
bour gymnasium. Dorothy 'Brown 'was
elected manager df the -senior team,
Grace Domboor ajian of the sophomore
team, and Dorotby Oghorn of 'thu
freshman 'team. So few Jinniornat!j
tended practice that the choosing of'
thir. manager was postponed -until
the:,*next practice which will be held
on Tuesday,=Feb. 27, in Barbour ;gyn-

IVENORIAL SEIRVICES ]IiIA)l by the
1 FOR URS, YWAR1IEI LOMBI) IMrs. L(
Memorial services N ere held yes- I
terday °afternoon at the tUni torin.1
church, State and Huron streets, fort
Mrs.. Warren P. Lombard, who, died
Monday afternoon 'at her home on Ox-
ford road. Rev. Sidney Robins, pastor
conducted the ceremonies.
The service consisted of readings Hel
'from 'the scripture, a, prayer, and the a
singing. of "Nearer ,My. God Ato khee"

.ombard were present.
~icello-nil

There will be a meeting
Freshman Girls' Glee club
o'clock this afternoon in
gymnasium.

of the
at 4:30
Barbour

Assignment of members ofd Mas-.
ques -to their groups is posted on the
bulletin board in Barbour gymnasium,
and should be consulted at once 'by

/'

E178; 4l- at -the last meeting of 'the organiza-
kadya Po- tion.
Gregory,
'G 176; H tT
was mil. 11,Attend Conferene
Edmnunds, Dean JeAn Hamilton will leave Ann
e Wright, Arbor tomorrow morning to attend
[an Infan- the conference of "the deans -of thoj
0, Fanny middle west' which is to 'be'held yfron-q
172, Ger-, Feb. 25 to 28 in Cleveland.
Whitney, The conference of the deans is an
e fllw-annual =affair which is held under
le ollw-the auspices of the National E~ducatiori
's team of association and is attended by the
asett, 190, deans and social directors of the var-'
aeler, 188, ious colleges and universities. Miss
nton, 131. 1 Jeanette Perry,-of Betsy Barbour dor-f
i sent the 1,mitory, Miss Zelma Clark, of Martha
ty Ames, Cook dormitory, Miss Helen C. Bishf
race Coe, op, of Newberry dormitory, and 'Mrs.
and Anna J. O Schlotterbeck' will accompany
Dean Hamilton' to the conference.
Prior to 'the !meetincg of the deans,
Situationii Dean Hamilton will attend the voca-
business 1 tional conference Of-the National Bur-
ary sodi- eau of Occupation 'Which' willalob
evening, held in Cleveland.aloc
yen con-_______________
;he Ruhr Students' 'EngaentAnone
e" Sherer,aennAnoce
ndustrial ;Phe engagement' of Helen 'Currie,
f France ' 23, -of Bradford,. Pa., to Edward W.
1 by .El-; Thompson, '25, of Coshocton, 0., was
hoff, '24, annonced last °eveifing at the 'Betsy
a j Barbour houso. 'Miss Currier is living
-at the Betsy Barbour house, and Mr.
Thomson is a member- of the Alpha
:eak and ' Sigma Phi fraternity.
$1.25-I
ITry a Classi;fied Ad-it pays.-Adv.

Exhibt Waer Clorscient relics to be placed Oin exhibition
Mr. xGerald M. Warde, of Royal Oak, at "the' exposition in Gothenburg =this
has recently loaned to the Uiiiversity [summner.
a collection of water colors by, variouq I j The 'Swedish experts, "fifteen In num-"
foreign artists, principally English 'ber, have been at -work for about sev-
and Italian. Mr. Warde is willing to len years, and ha-ye 'succeeded in 'cols
sell of any of his pictures, which arc - lecting 230,000 treicq of' antiquity. "The'
now on display in the hall case, of results of their labor has been an ac-
the architectural corridor. 'I cumulation *of proofs that the -North
Sea coast' of Swoeden was inhabited
- as early, as 3000 B.. C.
j 1 T 11 Tll IA T ,R- The stone age'"skeleton, 'which is
I AT T~l Th ATE S Jnow 'being mounted in 'Gothenburg,.
} was found during excavations at
J r iulgsbacka, a =fewmites south of this
Screen-Toda1 jcity. The 'ancient Oite of 'KunsbackaJ
1 has been - chosen by some critics 'as
- lthe probable-"seat of Beowulf, thne horo
Arcade- F'ury," with Richard ofteodsepcom.nEglhlt
J Barthelmess and Dorothy oftholetpipomn-Egshi-
( Gish; "The 'Message of Emiil erature,; but, Boewulf was a ne-wcomn-'
Coe"and lInterniational news. er :compared with the stone age xanja
Coue; ho ifved about 4,000 'Years before
(Majestic - Bllot akntns .. ..:..hi.
"ld Rags."
JOrphoum - Gladys Walton in f - - , J
J "Top o' the Morning," Star LEAN 'rING 1A
J comedy.
JWuerth-Lady Diana Manners in Ordinary words-but they I
natural color pihotoplay, "TheI
J Glorious Adventure;" comedy .whe1b' db ~the service off
I and news. f
Stg-Ti 'eefT AnGarrick (Detroit)-"Tangeriue," ' he An Arbor S
J a musical comedy starring J
J Julia Sanderson. ( A'Iaaer(

French ?lay Postpoed
Due to° a -conflict of -date with 'that
1'Of "Ruth Draper, the impersonator, 'the
performance of "L'Anglals tel qu' on
le parse," which was to hiave been -giv-
en Friday. night fn Sarah Caswell An-
geld hall by the faculty -of the French
department, has been postponed in-
Idefinitely.
Northwiestern Womneii QOn 'Tea Room.
Members of the Al-pha Phi sorority
at Northwestern 'university' have op-
enred a tea room, "The -Cricket on the
Hearth", -which is opeated 'for ti
benefit -of the -Alpha Plhi house- 'fun di

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THE iR-OTHERJII 01 OFMAN
"As the member of an infant 'empire, as a philanthropist 1.y
character, and, if I may be allowed the expression, as a citizen
of the republic of Humanity at'large, I cannot help turning muy
attention somectimes to this subject, howmankind miay ho con-
nected, like one great 'family, in' fraternal ties.' I indulge a
fond,-perhaps an enthusiastic idea, that as the world is evidtently
much less barbarous thaw' it has 'been, its mneliorationl must
still be progressive; that nations are becomin m(re lhumanized
in their policy; that the subjects for ambition and causes for
'hostility are- daily diminishing; and, in fine, that the period i-,
niot very 'far remote when" the benefits. of a liberal and free
commerce wll pretty generally succeed to the d'evastations and
horrors of war. "-George Washington.

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250 207 M. Main 25c
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Call 993-R for an appointment
EXPERT MARCELLING
CHIL DEN'S HAIR CUTTING
In Connection
320 S. STATE ST. Over Grahams
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OVER TO the Maj.
IS A ;pitchur
WHICH '1$ {advertised big
AND IS causing '

RI"IGHT OtUT ' for a.
POLICE MAN and it was

A'' LOT of trouble
AMONGST several
LOCAL modern progressives
SO -SELF-styled

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B UT KNOWN as
FLAPPERS elsewhere
IN THE haunts of most
ANN ARBOR folks
SWHO aren't so sympathetic
FOR PROPONENTS of
- BOBBED wigs and
SCENTED 'fags and
LIMB projection and

,SO I showed it to
A SCRIBE on this
PAPER AND this is
HIS NOBLE answer-
MY "DEAR .Marion
I"M A pretty old bird
AND IN wy days
I'VE 'BEEN around
(QUITE A' little bit
AN WHAT I've seen
OF THIS flirting stuff
CONVINCES ME

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THAT, THE surest way
TO AVO-ID ainny~nce
IS TO walk right on
AND NOT look for'it
AND IF youll do that
I THINK you'll find
IN A LITTLE wlhile

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Top Notchers for Beautiful Tone and Finc "Quatito

THAT YOU can go
WHEREVER you will
AND -UNANNOYE D
FOR THE 'trouble
IS WITH A -lot of girls
THEY RUBBER around
SO THAT men -think
-THEY WANT to .flirt
AND JUST as long.As
THERE ARE girls
WHO WANT to flirt
OR EVEN appear 'that
TH-EY, WOULD flirt

With -
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*e
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FTHE PITCHUR blames
THE FLIRT for lots of
-WOES AN KNOCKS
THEM a -bit of course,
SOME ONE signed Marion
WIROTE in a niote saying
SHE WAS pretty and
THE'MEN anloyed her so

AND OTHERgil
O F ANOTHER.-type
A-RE. AS, much to' blame
As ARE -the men'
ANl'D' HILE Iknow

ireu 'i-d9= C ron©nice of
:iiisanld (eas! It's he,,re!

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THA T OME male creaturcs
ARE JUST as- likely
TO SPEAK to girls
WHO ARBE nice girl
AS TO other girls
TH-1E-RE ARE -only °a .few
OF THIS low type

THERE WILL be men
TO FLIRT with them
IT'S A TRAIT my dear
THAT HAS come to them
* . *
FRO M THE long ago
WH ENthey were monkeys
OR whatever they were,

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