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14E ITCHIGAN DAILY P~TI

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Chaperones for- the dlances tonight
are as follo;ws: fArmory=MVrs. M.
Cake; Union-Mlr - Yates Adams.
All 'women who fired at the rifle1
ranige last semester or who wish to
begin the work this semester are re-
quested to report either on Wednes-
dlay evening or Friday afternoon in
r ooml 330, engineering Building. Those
who will be unable to report are ask-
ed to communicate with Major Willis
Shippam of the local Rt. 0. T'. C.
Rtehearsais for the eaA and chor-I
uses of the Junior Girls' play will be

Royal Trapping Missing Here

? Evening dresses were bizarre and
brilliant. Brocaded mvaterials con-
trasted decidedly with softer tints of
green and crimson. A beautiful even-
ing wrap was one of silver, lined with
peach-satin, and :trimmed with soft
white fur. This was worn over a gold
brocaded gown, of straight lines, simp-
ly draped.

SW I LL I S 'CS
CHURCH PROBLEMS
An open forum for women of the
University, for the discussion of the
student's, relationship to. the church
will be held at .3 o'clock' this after-
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___z--- the interchurch conference being held
('Wirma atens eeftineiHere tis week.
Mrs. Edward Dl. Pomeroy, of Chlica- A group of people representing dif-
g o, chairmhan of the Alumnae council, ferent denominations w'ill bie present
was, in Ann Arbor. for two days this at the meeting and will attempt to .
,week., The executive committee held Answer any questions asked, whether
a series of meetings. at that time, to for information or discussion. Such
consider the immediate work of the questions will be discussed as:, Does
executive board. the church have a social program? AreI
# college students ignoring religion?
WisconisPiofr essur Gets U. Sos Why O we have denominaitions today?
Are they of any use? Does the church
Washington, March 1- (By A. P.)- have anything to do,.with evoltioni,
Prof . ± 'i.Cole of the Universit-Y Ufwith war and with peace? ljoes it, have
Wisconsin faculty, has been appointed anything to do with the social life of
chief of the anim'al husbandry divi- the girl on the campus?
!Sion of the department of arcl
agicl ture. Patronize Daly. Adverti~ers.-Adv.l

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held at 8 :30 o'clock this morning in
Barbour gymnasium. They wore orig-
inaly scheduled for 9 o'clock.
There will be a special meeting of
the University Girls' Glee club at 5
o'clock Monday in 11111 auditorium.
It is requested that all senior women
order their caps and gowns from Mack
and company by Saturday, March 10.
Women of the Graduate schools will
meet far tea from 4 to 5 o'clock Mon-
dlay at Betsy lBarbour0 house.
There will be no aesthetic dlancingI
classes on Monday evening, March 5,
in Barbour gymnasium.
The, schedule for the games of the
third round f the interhouse, basket-
ball tournament which, will be played
this afternoon in. Barlbour gy11-!
nasium itsas follows:
r1. o'clock, Kappa Alpha Tlheta vs.
Delta Gammna.
,1 o'clock, Martha Cook vs. Chii Om-
ega.-
1:45 o'clock; Pi Beta Phi vs. Austin
house.
1:45 o'clock, Delta Delta Delta vs.
Betsy Barbour.

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Queeii Alexaiidrine ofIDeninaerk 11t her desk iN Ilie palace at Copeihagen
The average belief is that uzee-n s do nothing brat wear crowns so
heavy with diamonds that they make the royal heads ache toting them
aroundl. Brit not so with Queen Alexandrinxacrne of Denmark. I1n this photo.
she might be mistaken for a plain b-t.ahf, wy American wvomwn. All evidence
of the royal trappings ante missing
2:30 o'clo ck, Soi~os s vs. Alpha Gam Sty~les Fo recast
ma Delta.f
League house presidents who have Coos01S rn
not yet returned the house personnel --

j AT THlE T1LEATER
i) a Screen-Today
IArcade --'Douglas Macbean in
P'1e11 Boy 13"; Leather Push-
ers"'" comedy, and Universal
news.
Majestic-Jack Hlolt and Wanda.
Hawley in "Nobody's Money";
f Sunshine comedy and news.
Orpheumt-Monroe Slsuyin
"The' Great Alone." Paul Par-
rott comedy, and news.
W Ueirth -- "Ilandle with Care"
33 With Grace Damon.d; Monte
1)',inks comedry, ",Funi from the
ress."
1 Stalge-Th}1S Week

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slips sent them by the dean of w(rEthfl Smi~art costumes for every occasion
are asked to send them Irnirn.iatelv I were ish~own at the style show given by
to the office of Dean J ,ean I lnilton. the kWomen's league yesterdlay after-
_________noon. The c:ostuml]es were displayed
All girls interestedl in doing sochrl Ion human models from campus holis-
I service work are askedl to, sign up atje
the office of the Y. W. CO' A." in New- Amiong the negligees shown 'was an
bcrry hall. The office will be open for attractive Jap~anese mandarin coat.
this purpose; from 10 to 12 o'clock 'ITan seemed to be the favorite color
mornings and from 4 to 5 o'clock aft- 1ifr street andt afternoon costumes.
ernoons. At least 60 new girls will be Skirts were shown long, as a rule,
needed this semester: though a few were as short as those
vvorn last year. An outstanding sport
Tourhnaments to he arranged ; c utfit consisted of gray knickers, a
Rtifle tournaments" in adldition to l ay sweater, and a crimson-lined
those already scheduled between Mich2- gr ay cape, gray golf hose, and sneak-
iigan's women teams and those of var- ers completed the costume. Another
ions other universities will be arrang-' smart costume for sport wear was a
ed for at the regular rifle practicesI green satin skirt and sweater to
to, be held Wednesday evening and (match, worn with a soft white hat.
Friday afternoon of next week in room11
3.30, Engineering building. All women
Iwho fired at the range last semester
or who wish to begin the work this !l ° f'ml eese re r q ese t t en n I'i
of these meetings. 'Those who are un-
able to attend are asked to comnmuni a
sate with Major Willis Shippamn at the
C. Tasty
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Pac kardDa ncing Academy
ANNO UNCESI
The opening of a Beginner's Dancing Class for men only.E
Monday, March r5, 1923. 8 to 10 p. M.
TERMS
S$l.O0 . OsfQA.n ..Course of 12 Lessons ;0.60
-EVERY MEM BER OAFyHEF M L
can enjoy the novelty and entertain-
ment of, the radiophone, when you at-
tach one of our Mlagnovox lou~d speak-
ers to your receiving set.r The music
y%/ anti speeches will come in good and
_ zr clear. 'There is something in every
radio program for everybody.
LABORATORY APPARATUS CO., INC.
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The above style foi r men is a very popular number, plain
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toe, plain stiing n an d heavy sole. Comes in black kid and ..
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LAST'11 TrINE TODAY
Monroe
Salisb ry
"THlE GREAT AIAN"J
-COMING SOON-
" SILAS MAR NER"'

HIIVIOU KJAIK6
Ever Try 'em?
BETTER DO
They're made to order
at the
UtopianCafe
1219 So. U.
' Rlok m~id a hlfI east of Arelh"

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Carr~c c.(Detroit) - l1arjorie
R~ambeau in "The Goldfish."
Shubert- Michigan (Detroit)
Bonstelle comnpany in "The
Charm School."

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'-It's a hiz!!
One of the funniest
shows of the year2
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i'~ ~JULIA FAYE
IN THE ROLLiCKING COMEDY 2
t 's Very. Very Good
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ks ---SPECIAL. SATURDAY-
Only place in town to have a.vailable returns on track meet at Illinois. -
Attend the matinee starting at 3:30 or we will have a special operator to
answer phone calls from 5 to 5: .15.
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