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I I°-I E MIHIGAN DAILY

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CKETS G0 ON SAE i,,L
FORl JUNJIOR GIRLS' Pt~LAY L..--___

:Male Students
.incur Wrath Of
'Madison Women,

All women who took rifle shooting I
.Announcement, of the name of the ifl,truction last sjimtester andl who
Junior Girls' play, wichi is to be giv- wish to continue with the work are i
en March 21, 22, 23, and:( 24, and of the asked to meet, at 7X:15 o'clock to-'
entire cast and choruses will be Pa1, m~z at the range for a short time.
Sunday, Mlarch 11., according to those 'Those who wvere not. in the class last4
in charge of the production. This is semecster but who wish to receive i-
in keeping with a traditionI, Iwhich., struction this semnester will meet Tho-.
together 'with the one of p~resenting twveen 1 anid 4 0"'clok Friday at the
the play the first evening; in honor of same place.
the senior women, his existed as longA
as has the custom. of giving such a The class in playground work willa
production. I meet at" 2 o'clock this after-
Ticket., may now he obtained . nooni in Barbour gymnasium.
through application b~y-mail from f _____
Freida Diekhoff. Th e prices are as The beginning class in aestheticr
folows: boxes, $2.50; first floor, $2; dancing will meet.-at 8 o'clock Mora-
front section of the balcony, $1.50; retj day and Wednesday evenings in ar-
mainder of balcony, .$1, The gallery bour gymnasium.
will not be open,
The cover for the programs and Thrce costumes which were used in
scores' has been comipleted and was the Morris dance given in the "Knight
drawn by Rosemary Lawrence, '24. of the Burning Pestle" fare missing.
Rehearsals for the remainder of the Any one who has 'information con-;
week will be as' follows: today- corning their whereabouts is asked to
broadway chorus, 4 o'clock; skeletons: notify Lucilia Walker at 2338 or Prof.
4:30 o'clock; dolls, 5 'clock; college 'T Raleig h Nelson'at 2996, immediate-
wen and women, 7 o$glock; profes- ly.
sors, 7:30 o'clock and internes- and ri ILamnbda Theta socecty will meet
nurses at 8 o'clock this evening; at 8 o'clock this evening at DeltaDel-
Thursd~r-broadway .chorus, 4 0'- ta Delta house.
clock; college men only, 4:30 <o'-
'clock; mnasqueraders, 5 o'clock. There, Women interested in; becoming mnem-
wtill. be no rehearsals Thursday even- bers of the Girls' Mandolin club may
ing. Friday rehearsals will be as foI have an opportunity to try out today
lows : dolls, '4. o'clock;,'skeletons; 4:30 from 4 to .5 o'clock in Newberry hail.
o'clock and professors ait 5 o'clock. The girls are requested to brinag their
4At 9 o'clock Saturday morning thel own instruments.
cast and all choruses will rehearser ___
PyArofessor Brfimm under whose direc- I Rehearsals for Junior Girls' play
tion the play is. being, given requests will take Qplace as follows today:-
that, every one report. promptly for Broadway chorus,' 4 o'clock; skeletons.
these rehearsals. 4:30 o'clock; dolls, 5 o'clock; college.

'Women students of the University
o ' Wisconsin are "ul) in arms" at the
recent announcement of an anonymous
clb et men who wish to show that
IO :cirC ntraiied iin co-educational in-
1tit itic ns Iir perfectly useless as
1 c~ r'Jnome-akers. The organ-r
iration which namnes itself "The Soci-
ety for the Welfare of Male Students~
as calledi forth denunciations from i
many of the leading women. on theI
Wiscon~sin campus. The prom queen
ofi this year declared that such an anti-,
fcrrinist movement might- be expected
fromn lilichig an' or Cornell, but that it
was oat of palace at Wisconsin. 0th-
er- women could not imagine' how such
an organization could have been start-r
ed.c unle .s the, members were below av-
erage in intelligence or had been un-
successful in their love affairs.
To show how ungrounded the men1
are in their accusation,; aga ist the'
ahility of university women to be-
come good wives, a, one-year's courseI
in home economics has been. planned
for the literary students. Mrs. H. T.

Parson, of the department of home
economics, in speaking of the sty-called
bride's".short -course, stated, "The one-
year course Will be .highly beneficial
for- the college, girl- whether she ex-
pects to marry or to enter_ a profes-
sion. The course will be broad and
will train the girl in house maniage-
mnent, cooking, etc. Surely the mem-
hers. of the "He-Man" club will ap-
prove of this coutrse."'
1VEDNES1)AY-THRU~RSDA X
" . M c o a i-l R E C K L E S S C H A N C E S "
COMING SOON-
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Your bank should be sound, accurate and

efficient.

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Banking

service to be of the most use to you should
be also intelligent and interested'

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MATINEE 2:00-3:30
Adults 25c
Kiddies 106c

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EVENING 7:00-8:40
Adults 50c
t Kiddies 1.Oc

men and women, 7 'o'clock; professors,
]Engagement Announced 7:30 o'clock and internes and nurses
Mr. and Mrs. James Clark MCCom-I at 8 o'clock.
nel, of Detroit, have announced t he naen o hi agheGay Ushers for the faculty and student
inaeMe~nn feirx'2, Dugrlas e adillewill meet at 5 o'clock
~ne Mconnl, x-23,to ougas e-Thursday afterno'on at Newberry hali
#nent, '22L. Miss McConnel was a ihMs ain .Bro n h
iember. of Wyvern society. BerontcatainofrshrsnL.Sun aitc, '24
wras a nmern!Jer of Zeta Psi and Pi _captainofushersSusanFitch_,_'24._
Delta Phi fraternities and is n ow a -
sociated withi the, law firm p. f Whit- i
Alan, Thompson, Tyroll, and 'Chamn-
bers, of Chicago. I

That is what this bank tries to be.

]FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK
10 1-105 SO. MAIN/ 330 S.O. STATE ST.

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Bargains in the Want Ad. Column.

Look For 'Th~m.l

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Arcade - Douglas MacLean in
S "Bell B~oy IT,~; Leather Push-
ers' comedy, andl Universal
*news. 4-
;', Majestc--ack 1Hait and Wanda
Hawley in "Nobody's Money";
Sunshine comedy and, new s. j
I, Orpheunir - J. P. McGowan in
"Repkless Chances"; comedy
and news.
WVuertl---Harold L.loyd in "Dr.1
I Jack;" and Will. Rogers in
( "F'ruits oef Faith."
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