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______ _________ THE MICIGAN DAILY

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fare: Agnes Stewart, '24, Dorothy
WOR D)unlap, '24, Amy Martin, '24, Dorothy
Greenwald, '24, Harriet Bury, '24, ]+l-sieI
Cil fur :Tlo , '23, Frieda Keifer, grad., Mfargar-
et Kraus, '23, Phyllis Mellencanip,
'23Ed, Dorothy Lippold, ,23Ed, JBeulah

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There xwill be a special meceting ofll

The annual Alumnae banquet for
Michigan women is to be held this
year on Saturday, March 31, at Bar-
bounr gymnasium./Uincheon is to be
served at 12:30 o'clock, followed by a
special program. Tickets are to be
placed on sale this week at 75 cents
apiecev for college women ;and $1.00
for alumnae and guests.
The various committees have been
appointed by Lucile Whitney, '24, geni-
eral chairman. Chairmen of the
committees are as follows: generali
chairman, Lucile Whitney, '24; food.
Marguerite Spaulding, '25; pulblicity:
H{elen Brown, '25; decorations, Louise
Echard, '23; program, June Knisely.
'25; tickets, Olive McKay, '25; table
arrangements, Margaret Dixon, '25;
waitresses, Elizabeth Burns, '.25.
SORORITY ENTE1AIM"
FOR ALPI A fAIIA. DELT.IA
Alpha Omicron Pi gave ,a tea from
3:30 to 5:30 o'clock yesterday at their
house, to introduce Alpha Gamma Del-.
ta to the other sororities onl the cam-
pus. Alpha Gamma Delta, formerly
Alpha kappa, has recently been in-
stalled a's a national sor'ority. This is
in accordance wih the cnstom at Mich-
igan for the second newest sorority
to entertain the newest at a toea.
C&usey May Mead Austrian BAIlway
VSienna, March 3. - The league of
nation has proposed Col. Causey, an
American, 4s commissioner of the
Austr'ian state railway.

tihe Uniiverscity Girls' Glee club at 5 nl 20 women have volunteered
(.'clocl. Tomorrow in Hill auditorium, their services to assist in the socialI
_______service work at the hospital this so-
It is requested that all senior women mseada es 0mr r ed
order their caps e.nd gowns from MackI ed. '\oimen may sign up for this work
and c omp*any by Saturday, March 10 at. the office of the Y. W. C. A. at New-
_____ berry hall until March 10.
WoesfteGauaesho i I Opportunities are offered alongprc
retfrtafo t 'lc oir tically every line of social service
iu~t or uafro 4to oclok onlr-work, the department being divided
row at etsy B~arbour, house. iiito twvo tarts. Work among the adults
includes' letter.. writing, errands and
There will be 'no aesthetic dancingt reading, while among the children the
clatsses on tomorrow evening in Bar- work is composed of story telling,
lour gymnasium-. teaching songs and games, walks and
1 I movies, parties and academic justruc-j
Women wvho have been firing in the " tion.
rifle tournament will meet at 7 o'clock A special form of work. which has
Tuesday night in room 330, Engineer- not been emphasized in this depart-
ing; building, to lhavc their pictures' ment before will be in the form of ex-
takenItra outdioor activities in the spring, in-
chiuding walkis, games and other spec-
Rehearsals for the Junior Girls' 'lal activitie.Women* are urged to
play will take place tomorrow as fo]- sign for thi work as soon as possi-
lows : College men and women. 4 Nc..
o'clock; masqlueraders, 5 o'clock; en- f -_______
tire cast and choruses, 7 o'clock. jPI LAMBDA THETA
T.AKES 12 WOMEN
Nandaolin Club Elects 111niber s I
rAt a meeting of the Girls' M4anzdolinz Twelve junior anxd soenior women
club held recently, the following ivere have been elected to Pi Lambda Theta,
elected 'to membership in th2e club: onryedctnlsciy.Ty
Lucretia Brewer, '24, Alice bangthorn. _________

j OX, '23, Carribel Schmidt '23.
'Woment to Train for Leader"
A seven weeks' training course fox'
those freshman,' sophomore, and juniorj
women who are interested in leadinp,
Girl Reserve clubs, will begin this
w eek. A.Flice Jackson will be at Newa-
berry hall between 1 and 3 o'clock
NIOnday to talk with any girls who are
interested.
1 A ~lena rj1~t) Discuss Y. W. (C. A.
Athena 'Iiterary society wvill hold anj
open meeting at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday
evening in the Alpha Nu room in Uni-
versity hall. The topic of discussion:
" The University Yt W. C. A., its organ-
iaztion, its purpose, its Importance, sand'
the present attitude of students to-
ward it." Women. who are .interested
in bee ming mem~bers of Athenta are
especially urged to attend.

OMEGA VICTORS '
Wal-vrSpringS/i
Two hv Iard basketball games were a - p n
played yesterday afternoon in the in-
terhouse contest when Chi Omega do-'12
feated Martha Cook '37-17 and Pi Beta
Ph efeated Austin house 39-14. Mar-
tha Cook has been eliminated from the =-
contest by this game having been de-
feated twice. -
The remaining games that were
scheduled for yesterday afternoon have
I been postponed and will be played this
Week. ,e"
Sell S. C. A. Extenisioni Banqiuet Tickets2 The above style is for men and at present very po
ITickets for the Student Christian as-
sociation banquet to be held at 5:3".0J Made with plain stitching and heavy soles, Conies
o'clock Tuesday night at the Methodi-st orbakclpiemstesnbyat$0.
church are now on sale at Lane hall,
Graham's and Wahr's bookstores aihd IE;
at the Women's league booth in TUni- R
vesity hall. They may be obtained at
any of these places- at 60 cents r i'
Jtig g's, "Depreciation of Public Uti~ 11 5 S. MAINST
ity Properties" received at Wahr' ST.
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'26, and Agnes Stewart, '24. The old
members entertained yesterday at an
informal bridge party andi tea at the
Martha Cooke building.
The club is to appear in the enter-
tainment to be given March 15 by the
Cosmopolitan club.
ARCAD)E SHAtDO WGAPJIS
S-s-sh ! The
noble convict
escapes!
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("Say, Aggie! Ain't this Charlie
'Chaplin?")
The other-feature in Teinieolor

SUNDAY -TUESD.A

K'rcade Katherine MacDonald,
k in" "Money, Money,' Money";
J; comedy and news.
E rMajestic-"~Hearts Aflame"; lBus-
ter Keaton in "The Electric
l~House"; Irwin's Pep band.
Orpheum--Charles Ray in "A
{ Tailor Made' Man"; comedy
[ andi'news.
'Wuerth -- F. Scott Fitzgerald's
"The Beautiful and Damned,"
wihMarie Prevost; comedy
Iand' Pathe news

aOr/h ur S Kane,
'Presents
C harles
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Wisdom ,t hat Pays
-- - OULDN'T you lie to knowf
- -where the new hem.-line
stops?-whether the waist
has gone up or dowin?-what Spring's
" newest fabrics are?
You need not be perplexed one mo'
ment longer by the vagaries of Fashion.
Come here and you will find every,
question relating to the new mrodes an-
' swered economically, becomingly and.'
correctly.
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TfIRU WEDNESDAY

Shows a) I.2:00,
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WHlO WOULDN'T PLAY FLY TO SUCH
A CHARMING SPIDER?

SF1E PAINTED!

SHE--WELL, SHE DIDN'T TURN
A COCKTAIL DOWN
SHE WAS MARRIED--BUT
That didn't make any difference.

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THE STARTLING STCfkY OF THAT 1MONIED POPULATION IWi'-1'CJI TIIRONG6t.
THE u (i'ARETS AND BRIGHT LIGHTS AND wHo AR'E; JG'1dR.4N.T OF 1100I: TIES

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