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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WIIN COOSECLAS
TEAMS (HIRBASKETBALL __
C',, cnc fr dan c tonight arec
Class ~selItas were an-,a:, follows: Armory, Mr:,. Yates
plounced at thIi(,regulxiar)sketball A(jalns; Union, Mrs. M. Cake.I
p ract ics heldx'(_ Thursda)y in Barbourl
gymnrasiumu.'he first teamt of the sen- Michigan song books will be placedl
on sale at both of Graham's book
for class is made up of TPlizabeth PeIl, soe urn h etr on io
Joyce Vani Atlstyne, Mart lha Dodd, 1 rcl, a percentage of each sale hs-
Fra nces Ame,:, elen M biller, Ruth i v'i oth ihia egu.ud
Widrorn, Dorothy Lippold, (Grace Fry, !_igvetheMihga_ Lauefud
andGeogiaChuch.The, squad inl-I
celudecs )Dorothy l; looz, andf Mary Ef-1Any junior women who know any-I
len Reerd. At a mee ting hold afte lithing about tlheatric it makeup are re-I
thre announcements E 1'lizabeth Bell3e1 was quesl~ted to call Catherine St afford catl
elected captnain3 of the team. 23.
Thfe jumor class ha a first team

range in room 330, Engineering build-
are reqluested to communicate withI
Mi jcr Willis Shilnparn of the local R.
0. :r. C.
y The schled le for the interhouse beas-
Skcetball games which will be played
!,this afternoon in Blarbour gymnasium1
ias follows:
i1 o'clock, Clhi Omega vs. Sorosis.
1 o'clock, Pli Beta Phi vs. Kappa
Dl~eta.
j :5o'clock, Delta Delta Delta vs.
ETrYOIW for membership in the
Freshman Girls' Glee club will be held
*Whitney Theatre
ILeo "DItridbstein

at 4:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, at
Betsy Barbour house.
IAll members of the cast and the
choruses for the Junior Girls' play
will rehearse at 9 o'clock this morning.
and at 7 o'clock this evening. Therej
will be no afternoon rehearsals.
' Parents Announce fMarringe
Mr. and Mrs. Grey H. Boyd, of York,
Pa., announce the marriage of their
daughter, Mary R., '23, to John M.
Dolet, 'Jr., '26M, of Cleveland, Ohio.
IMrs. Holt is a member of Zeta T<,
Alpha sorority, and Mr. lMolt is a mem-
her of the H-illsdale chapter of Alpha
Tau Omegat.

Jordans Describe
Un derground Villa
Mrs. Frederick P. Jordan, former
dF~ean of women, who has been abroad
since .June, has included in her letters
to various friends here accounts of
many interesting excavations and
ruins which she and Mr. Jordan have
seen in their expeditions near Rome.
According to Mrs. Jordan, the find
whichi archeologists consider the most
implortant excavation found in Rome
within five years is that made about
a year ago under the San Sebastian
church. This discovery Mrs. Jordan

describes as a villa of ten rooms which
was found in a perfect state of preser-
vation forty feet below the surface of
the ground.
"The villa with its mosaic floor has
ceilings and seats and pillars of mar-
ble and its walls are covered with
beautiful frescoes as fresh as if they
had been made yesterday", writes Mrs.
Jordan. Judging from the symbols
on the walls the villa was obviously

the property of Christians. Mrs. Jor-
dan, however, describes the head of
a Mledusa in the middle of the celling
of the largest room. This strange inix
ture of paganism and Christianity w"ao
explained to the1 Jordanls by a priest
who wvas convinced that this w aoa
method of "playing safe" which the
people of these early- times employ-
ed.

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comij)oICU Vo)LtIUf1"IiL) W II"jl I1 I'tie:.
lEliZaheth Cai n, Vera Ka2}t, Dorothy'
13ogjanI, 1Mary lays , E!canor;,Steeled
Eliabe(t i LuVer', Lois Mller'i, Noraa '
lio weerjnd ' erude 1- liakr, Nwhil1e
Sh1eldon, Getrud ntne 11rlr, r T i,)-
I et ; Redm)ond a,)re on Ithe (Iui.Th
jumior (captain is 1Elizabeth.i1('Cain.
The f( loin w<omen were chosen,
be )-on te opomrefist teami: Al-
ila Crousel, xAn1n Sim,(rce anboor-
ajlitu, liabeth 1'111Cha.!dman.,,MariannaE
1!malley, Merie oe, Olive Mcay, lor'-
(}thy Eggert, and Evelyn Smnith. On
the ;squad a Lre Maude Core,, Winifred
Pollock, Berth°a K? ied, Mildred- Murphy,
V irgiia, Cronin, and Blanche h~ull. The
team (eletd Olive McKay as their
captain.I
Freshmen selected for the first team;
of thelir class were: Louise Huff, Mar-!
ion Bigelow, Elizab~eth1 Parrott, Grace;
MacDonald, Alberta Bllendall, Marion'
Lawless, Alice Langthorn, Alice
Young, and Helen (Strauss, Ingrid 1.11-
vinag, 7Pearl Lapish, and helen lick
are on the squad. Marian . 3igelow ist
to captain the team.
Practice has been heldl regularly'
(lurin;; the semester so that the teamns
.ire prepared to play off their gamest
within the next few weeks.
______ _____
DEAN B'ATESI- TO SPEAK TO
W ENON LEAGULE BUILD)ING
"The University of Michigan League'
,building" will be the topic (iscussed
this afternoon- by Dean Henry TV.
Bates, of the law school, before the,;
American Association of University
women at 3 o'clock at the Union. Tphe
U niversity Girds' Glee club will fur-
nish a musical program.

jui womenJiLU i vII Li I , y4I a'13'p ractice1
iflie ",11000119g on Fi-day aftern eons or.
who were be to attend the mwee-E
ing okdfa(ly evening are Lurged i o
bepeetthis aft:-rrooni at the
_ Comin Sup-day-I
Cbarles Chaplin
in "''ie Pilgrim"
'EELt 1jf ; l\

in
The Purple
Mask
Monday
March 12
. ats Now
Selling

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A La rge and Varied
Collection of

Thne most poplar low-heel
sport shoe ever made
The famous Walk-Over Cubist in a new spring leather
-Caramel Russia CAlf. The rising generation of
American girlhood demands freedom and ease in smart
footwear. 'The Walk-Over Cubist best gives what well-.
dressed girls' want. They will like it better than ever
this spring in the new leather.

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Me Sigingin fiih' Wilderness,
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CotindedDollartDay and the
Great SILK SALE next week=
on, AS.;-di"a zsda r
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Silks adSatins, You Choice
Silks Worth Up to $2.00 Yard
1,0043yards enune Japanese Pongee, yard ".".""."""."""f"""""f""" 10
-° Extra;'heavy qality, suitable for waists, dresses, shirts and drapery, yard $1.00
Black Satin Duchesse, Black and Colored Satin M essaline, Black and Color-
ed Chiffon Ta ffeta, all one yard wde, a wonder bargain, at, yard *. $1.l00
500 yards Silk Crepe de, Chine, 40 inches wide, 10 rich shades, ye rgedesirable
for waists, dresses or underwear, yard ... f ...................... . $1.39
36-Inch Kimnona Silks and Satins
36Icuxil.Wie lehadnv
3 6-Inch Messaline. Black and colors.'.
36-Inch Wash Satin. White and Pink
c ~35-Inch Satin de Chine Black and colors,
_ 500 Yards Silk Ratines. Beautiful col-
ors for Spring-
Be.autifu S"rigtie Dresses
In a Remarkable Selling Event

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Dazzling on the screen-the
famous stage :success. The
pulse of Omar's Rubaiyat
hbeats through the romance of
Shireen who stole her love
while the city slept and awak-
ened in the harem o' the
Shah.
3laln3e s 2 :0()-' ::30
Ilc- c--35c
All Seats .......... 35c

-On the Stage-
IRVIN'S
P BAND
8-C ollegiall'-S
In a new collection of the
latest song andl dance hits.
Each Aftiernoon and E iening

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Taffetas, Aft:

$15a, $19.and $25

Jes, Pai'sley

Combinations, Flat

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COMING SUNDAY

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