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Hutch inson, Kans., Feb. 28-(By A.
P.)-Universal enfranchisement of wo-
men would mean permanent world,
peace, in the opinion of Mrs. W. Y.
Morgan, recently named as a delegate
to the international suffrage confer-
ence in Rome, Italy, May 10-18. Mrs.
Morgan is the wife of the editor o l
the Hutchinson News, who is a for-
mer lieutenant governor of Kansas.
"There is no doubt in my mind that
the enfranchisement of women ir)
Europe would end war in Europe".'
said Mrs. Morgan.
"France, (lenied the privilege of sufa
frage for women, apparently is about
to be plunged into another war, when
the vote of the women themselvesl
probably would have prevented it. I
hope and believa- that everlasting
peace will come to the world when
women are given the opportunity te
do their share in managing the gov-
ernments of the world.
"The Italian women are in the
throes of a campaign for suffrage.
This is one of the reasons why the
meeting of the International Women'ri
Suffrage Alliance is to be there this
year."1
The Rome conference is the first
of its kind since the war. Each coun-
try participating, regardless of size,f
is entitled to twelve delegates. Mrs.1
Morgan was selected by the Nationala
League of Women Voters.
Mrs. Morgan plans to 'leave the Un-
ited States the latter part of April.t
After attending the conference atr
).tome she will travel in other partsd
of Europe. She has made several
voyages to Europe in the last twelvy(
years with her husband when he hasd
written books of European travel. V

Former StudentIA T THEATERS
I Broadway Success? A T T E
- -- --" Phlls Povah, a University of Mic!
Screen-Todlay
Three costumes which were used in gan student who graduated in '16
the Morris dance given in the "Knightinow has the leading woman's role in __s..s
of the Burning Pestle" are missing. "Ice-lound". The play is one of the I
Ayoewohsinformation ctn- ovhanvesto~ih. rcaeSrctTdyi
Any one who has Broadwaysuccesses, and much Arcade - Dougas MacLeanin;
cerning their whereabouts is asked to favorable comment has been made "Bell Boy 13'"; eather Push-
notify Lucilla Walker at 2338 or Prof. upon Miss Povah's work. Though the ers' comedy, and Universal I
J. Raleigh Nelson at 2996, immediate- roles in which she has appeared have I news.
not always been conspicuous, Miss
Povah has played consistently anal I Majestic-Jack Holt and Wanda
Ushers for the faculty and student well, and her success may be attrib- Hawley in "Nobody's Money";
vaudeville will meet at 5 o'clock uted to her persistency and willing- Sunshine comedy and news.
this L'zternoon in Newberry hall. ness to play whatever part was of-r
with Mrs. Marion L. Burton and the fered, no matter how small. Orpheum - J. P. McGowan in k
captain of ushers, Susan Fitch, '24. During her school years at Michi;i.. "Reckless Chances"; comedy
gan, Miss Povah appeared in the pro- and news.
Group two of Masques, which con- ductions of the Comedy Club. Short- 1
sists of Frances Ames, Margaret Good- ly after graduation, she secured worli Wuerth--Harold Lloyd in "Dr. ?
man, Cornelia Shephere, Beatrice as an advertising copy reader in De- Jack;" and Will Rogers in
Champion, Louise Bailey, Charlotte troit. Tiring of this occupation, and j "Fruits of Faith."
Harrison, Isabel Waterworth, Itcilla remembering the fascination of the
Walker, Esther Welty, Genevieve Stur- foot-lights at the Michigan Comedy;a
gis, Mary Ives and Virginia Brodel, club's performances, she obtained a !
will meet at 4:30 o'clock this after- small part in "The Lights of the I Stage-This Week
noon at the Chi Omega house, 1503 World", and followed this by a road
Washtenaw avenue. tour in "The Rise of Silas Lapham",'1
which she had so many times readI
There fill be a meeting of the 1while at Michigan. After this came HIC arrick (Detroit) - Marjorie
'Freshman Girls' Glee club at 4:30 several small understudy parts, the Rambeau in "The Goldfish."
o'clock this afternoon in Barbour gym- last of which wvas one in "Hospital-(-
nasium. It is requested that the mem- ity", her first Equity production. Mrs. iShubert - Michigan (Detroit) -
bers bring the money for their pins. Owen Davis saw her there, and two Bonstelle company in "The
weeks ago Sam I. Harris secure' I( Charm School."
Dean Jean Hamilton will return Phyllis Povah for the lead in "Ice- __ __
from Cleveland tomorrow where she bound". She is now known as "the .
has been in attendance at the Nation new actress of Broadway". .TIBNE TO PICK PRETTIEST
al Conference of Deans. Tn- IR IN TOPFKRETT1ESIO
ITLS 9 BE I1 9P .L AEng. *GIRL SYE,,T EI¢Jg -- IN F.O Nf\ E (2 FENCE SCt !iJ 8ra(L 1

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"Racing Hearts", a picture featuring
Agnes Ayres and Theodore Roberts.
is to be given Thursday, Friday, and
Saturday, March 29, 30, 31, at the
Arcade Theater, by the Sophomorq a
women, for the benefit of che Michi-
gan League. A prize in the form ofl
passes will be offered to the women
selling the greatest number of tick-
ets.aThe committee will be announc-
ed later.
Theodore Roberts, author of thq
racing pictures in which Wallace Reiej
was starred, is also the author of
"Racing Hearts".
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House presidents are asked to bring
the slips for signing out for the
month of February to the office of the
dean of women immediately.
Junior Girls' play rehearsals for to-
day will take place as' follows: Broad-
way chorus, 4 o'clock; college men
only, 4:30 o'clock; masqueraders, S
o'clock.

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AT WEEKLY LEAGUE PARTY
Antoinette Donnelly, of the Chicago
Preparations have been completed Tribune wil conduct a contest to fin4
for the league style show, which will the most beautiful woman student in
be given at 4 o'clock tomorrow after-
Moon in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.=the Big Ten, according to a rado
Several houses will be represented at message received last night by a Daily
the show, which promises to be one reporter. A representative will su-
of unusual interest. The latest fash- pervise the selecting of the most likely
ions in women's styles will be shown. candidate from each of the universities
[ After the show there will be danc- and her picture will appear in the ro-
ing in Barbour gymnasium. All cam- togravure section of "the Sunday Tri-
pus women are invited to attend. bune. One of these ten will then be
chosen as the most beautiful girl in
Try a Classified Ad-it pays.-Adv. the Conference.
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PLAY TO BE GIVEN

SOON BY MASQUES All girls interested in doing social
service work are asked to sign up at
the office of the Y. W. C. A. in New-
Members of the cast for the play berry hall. The office will be open for
which is to be given by the first group this purpose from 101 to ; 2 o'clock
of Masques have been chosen, and mornings and from 4 to 5 o'clock aft-
practice is now in progress. The play ernoons. At least 60 new girls will be
is to be presented at a party of thj needed this semeter.
Women's League on March 16. Ade-
laide Powell is the author of the play Alpha Nu Meets Tomorrow Night
which is called "The Silly Ass". Alpha Nu Debating society will hold
f Ruth Werkheiser, '23, director, is a debate in its rooms on the fourth
now at work with the following cast l floor of University hall at 7:30 tomor-
Grandmother, Constance Wood, '23; row night instead of Wednesday night
Father, Margaret Jones, '24; Mother, as previously announced.
- Constance Baldwin, '23; The flapper,
Isabell Nichols, '25. Other plays will SHUBERT Nights, 50-75-6.Soo
be presented at various intervals dur- MICHIGAN Pp. Mtus.adS.,
ing the remainder of the semester by 26o and 5o0
other divisions of the organization. TIhe Bonstelle Company
in the Comedy of Youth and Romance
COtRRECTION THE CHURN SCHOOL
Due to an error, notice appeared in By Alice Duer Miller & Robt. Milton
The Daily yesterday to the effect that i
the Oratorical association ticketsGARRICK ights- 5cos
would be on sale for $1. The' correct| Sat.Mat. - 50c to$2.5
price is $1.50. 1 The Messrs .Shubert present
The Radiant and Magnetic
If you don't know where you lost MARJORIE RAMBEAU
the article, never mind, a "Daily Clas-
sifled Ali" will find it for you.-Adv. in the Cmedy of n anners
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