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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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EINDUSTRIAL GROUPS TO Do College Women Fear Mice? P NTERKOIS[EGM[S
"Anything like the sound of a rat from a delicious bit of cheese. It was
..r..-Hfig M ETINCUMakes my heart go pit-a-pat an old trick; noting new or original Delt0,111a stuad Chi Orega itr,
said Robert Browning. And so it i in it, but the foolish mouse, knowing In T Tourney
MA>F FIRST A fEAtRANE IN with college women. A girlcan face nothing of that, took his life in his
CAP AND GOWNS AT Applications fer Junior Girls' pay Announcement has been made by the most fearsome dean or reent with feet, for I don't suppose mice have
ANNUAL AFFAIR itickets should be sent, not telephoned, the industrial discussion group of the never a flicker of an eyelash,but th hands, and nibbled at the cheese. Fast playg was seen in the two
Ito Freida, Diekhoff at 1030 Oakland Y. W. C. A. of the hours for the joint squeak of a tiny mouse calls forth Snap! He[ never was led into folly games of the women's nterhouse bas-
'iifrom her a response, closely reseni- !aaAi. ketball tournament which were playedd
Caps and gowns will make their avenue. discussions to be held today with the . the
initial appearance this year when the Tryouts for membership in the group of industrial women from Detouandoriginal, except that it is a The next day came the funeral. It yesterday afternoon in Barbour gym-
seniorsroup Thinsria wm fom De san imes louder was four thirty o'clock before a single nasium. Chi Omega and Sorosis play-
and later attend the Junior Girls' play at 4:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, t!trot. This morning at 10 o'clock the ; Here is the fable of a wayward girl would approach him at all and ed strenuously throughotit their game
on its opening night, March 21. Betsy Barbour house. ,groups will meet at Newberry hall. mouse to prove it. Once upon a time then it was with a snow shovel with which ended in a victory for Chi Om-
Since the first Junior Girls' play This afternoon a second discussion is a mouse was induced into a sorority a handle five feet long. She carrie ega with a score of 33 to 17. Delta
was produced, the opening perform- There will be a meeting of the Girls' to be held at the same place, start- house here o Ann Arbor, by o aourt him trap and all to a remote orner of Gamia played Delta Delta Delta in a
ante has been given in honor of the Mandolin club at 2:15 o'clock today .at intg at 3 o'clock and lasting until 5:3 from a box of delicacies sent by a the back yard, and buried hm as dee one-sided contest which was slow in
senior women, and the custom has Martha Cook building. All members o'ciyak0thoughtful mother. That night, fif- as a snow shovel will dig. Fourteen the first half but gained speed in the
grown up for the seniors to gathe Mmusth e present .i o teen gils passed a sleepless night, and admiring sisters looked on in awe. A second. Delta Gamma won, 52 to1.
at a supper held before the poay. Thei Topics for discussion will be on im fifteen hearts fluttered with the pa- casual observer would have supposee, As a result of yesterday's games, Delta
committee under Margaret Reineke There will be another open meet- portant industrial problems for wo. pers in the waste basket, where theIit to be a solemn rite. Delta Delta is eliminated from the
chairman, has engaged the ladies o' ing of Athena Literary society at 7:15 nen of today. Members of both poor little creature sought food and Moral: WJise mice should avoid co. tournament, while Sorosis with only
the Congregational church to prepare o'clock Tuesday evening in theA- groups hav arranged teresting rest.lge woni. O well, if Rober one defeat, has a chaice to continue.
the supper which will b ;served i! pha Nu room, University hail. The poi ts for construction. All women Well, this little mouse was induced Browning could say what he did, why Other games which were scheduled
Barbour gymnasium. Novelty carde program will consist of talks on mod- . honle campus who are interested are to come again, this time by the odours should not a poor girl believe it? for yesterday were postponed until
and favors are being planned. The em books. Those interested in e- ivited to attend. -- net week. P1 Beta Phi will will pfay
ern books Those inerKappa DeltaYeatea9yo'clockonTuesdaystevfro
senior women have invited asthe coming members are urged to attend. eaterdaafternoon the guests from". UNWERSITY HAL ayTS EeLAY
___Detroit were taken for a tour: of the UNIVERSITY HALL -lrr ISIRSNSPA
guests of honor.. Mrs. Marion L. Bur- cap.,a 1lsteenn4te wr T E E EM E ED! HO1('ILIREN AND MOTHIER ning in Brbour :gynasium. Kappa
ton Mr John. Effinger , Dean Jean d campus, and last evenng they were TO BE RE E BE;EDKappa Gamma will play Kappa Alpha
Hamilton, Miss Mildred Sherman, an(I Senior women are requsted to call entertained at Betsy Barbour dormi-
Professor John L. Brumm, and Mrs. for their tickets for the Junior Girls' tory. "The Excuse," a one-act play writ-
Brumm. play from 1 to 5 o'clock Wednesday If, u the turmoil now on the cam- ten by Velma Lee Carter, '24, was giv
Tickets for the supper will be one afternoon at the Women's league booth Seniors. lo Buy Collars for Gowns pus, anyone is forgetting the vener-i ni by the Mummers' organization at
dollar for every senior. This tax is in University hall. Members of Senior society will able dignity once belonging to Univer the First Congregational church ye- HEATING
planned to cover the cost of the sup- have charge of the sale of collars to sity hall, memories will be revived by terdiay afternoon. Among h enthe CEAa-N
per, of the flowers for the juniors, and Junior Girls' nlay rehearsals will be te worn with the senior gowns. in the pictures which will be sold on the audience were the children of the cra-
of two senior teas which will be giv; held tomorrow as follows: At rder that they may be worn for the campus this week by te residents ofe roll and their mothers. In the cast PH
en later in the year. It will be nec- o'clock, rehearsal of the cast; t 7 first peformance of the Junior Girl's Jordan house for University of Michl were: Phyllis Def, '24, as Jock; Cor -
essary for all seniors who attend the o'clock, of the cast and choruses. play, the collars will be sold on March igan League fund. . na Shepherd, '25, as Jed; Dorothy
supper to purchase tickets before- 20 and 21 at the Women's League Two of the best views taken by Lyn- aon raCudy, '24, as the little boy; Mar-
3and. They will be sold from 1 to BATESfi rnrIT booth in University hall. The ex- don will be sold for 10 cents each garet Kile, '24, as the old lady; and1i
5 o'clorsk Wednesday afternoon in the Jact hours of the sale will be announc- The women on the campus will b I ueiKl Zimmerman, '2,4, as the ac-
Women' league booth in University ed later. Profits will be given by Sen- reached by a house to house canvas emupanst toiterancers.
hall at the same time that the senior f or socety to the University of Mich- while the men will have an opportun- I _________-____
womenwill be allotted their tickets igan League. ity to purchase the, prints either a Re i Ball Applcations 119 E. WASH
or the Junior Girls' play.I ______the League booth in University hal j Miltr Ball a itons
Members-of the committee, headed or at a table in the library. r ilitary Ball applications should e
>y Margaret Reineke, are: Elizabeth CITES BENEFITS OF UNION AND nIry. returned at once. For information seeL
loyt, in charge of tickets for the sup- lFFICULTIES IN RAISING AT IHE 'THE AT ER S WiClibms, 1s.
>er; Barbara Baker in charge of the FUNDS Try a Classified Ad-it pays.--dv. phone 2619.
ood; Helen Aubrey, of the flowers; {

1HIOUSE'r SELL COLT) CREAM
ANT) LOTION WITH PROFI'
! "Adelia Cheever Ccld Cream," made
by a special formula and from pure
materials, is being sold by the resi-
mdents of Adelia Cheever dormitory, ,o
benefit the University of Michigan
dleagufund. In order to insure the
freshness of the cream, only about 70
jars are made at one. time. 'Seventy-
five per cent profit is made on each
jar sold.
Members cf Alpha Chi Omega sor-
i ority have sold over six dozen bot-
tIes of "Kabro" hand lotion, making
100 per 'cent profit. In each case, a
canvass will be made of all dormitor-
es, sororities, and league houses
Y. W. Holds Memorial Sprve 'tloday
There will be a brief me'morial ser.-
ice held from 3 to 3:20 o'clock this
afternoon under the ausnices of the
University Y. W. C. A. in memory of
Eunice Fee, '23, who died Feb. 18.
Her friends on the campus are iiited
Tto be present.
Try a Classified Ad-it pays.--Adv,

ENGINEERS

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CONTRACTORS

Anna Gabler, of the program and in-1
ritations; and Ruth Werkheiser, of the
ongs.

Models To Display
New York Gowns'
Ten models chosen from among
University women will display the
newest ,pring costumes, recently
brought from New York, to Univer-
sity women exclusively at 4 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon, "in an auditor-
ium connecteq with Mack and Co.'s
store.,$
Elizabeth Maloy, '25, who brought
some of the gowns from New York,
will have charge of the style show.
Seventy-five dollars, the price paid tc
the models, and $30, paid for Helen
Newberry orchestra, which will fur-
nish music, will be'given to the Uni-
versity of Michigan League fund.
Miss Maloy, who Will be in the store!
every afternoon, will have charge of
the sale of gowns to University wo-
men, and 10 percent of each purchase
willh be' ven to the League if the pur-.
chaser asks for a receipt.
Pittian to SpeakTomorrow
Dr. M. S. Pittman, director of rural
education at Yp silanti State Normal
college, will address the Men's Educa-
tional club at 7 o'clock tomorrow
night in room 302 of the Union.

Dean Henry M. Bates, of the Law
school, spoke before the American As-
sociation of University women yester-
day afternoon, on the University of
Michigan league building, and som;
of the difficulties and problems con-
nected with the raising of the money
to build the Union.j
A building such as you propose.
will achieve its social obligationo:
through the influence brought to bear,
on the individual. It will develop tol-
erance, broadmindedness, and helpful,
ness," he said. In citing the benefits I
which have already been obtained.
from the Union, Dean Bates mentioned
the unifying effect on the heterogen-
eous mass of students, the softeningI
influence on the sullen student whoj
thinks the University to be a place of
compulsioris, and the training which
is to be derived from service in such
a building.
Neither a Michigan league building}
nor dormitories would be adequate
alone, Dean Bates believes. The work
of each must be correlated. Th
League building will offer an oppor-
tunity to wisely direct and lead wo-
men in the great advance the sex is i
making.
The University of Michigan Glee}
club sang several college songs, somr,
of which were frozen' former Junior
Girls' plays. A gift of $50 to the as-}
sociation has made it possible to turn}
over $375 to the Michigan League as a
result of the Ruth Draper concert.

Screen-Today

Arcade-"The Toll of the Sea;"
Charley Chaplin in "The Pil-
grim;" news.
Majestic-"Java Head" with Lea-
trice Joy and Jacqueline Lo-
gan; comedy; Jer.y and her
Four Piano Girls.
Orpheum--George Eliot's "Silas
Marner" with Craufurd Kent;
comedy and news.
Wuerth-George Arliss in "The
Man Who' Played God;" coin-
ed-v.

Stage-This Week

Whitney (Ann Arbor)-Monday.I
Leo Ditrichstein in "The Pur-
ple Mask."
Garrick (Detroit)- "Greenwich j
} Village Follies."
Shubert - Michigan (Detroit) --
} Bonstelle Company in "Char-
ley's Aunt."

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HAT'S what in
spring and
summer attire for
young women will
be thoroughly por-
trayed by the expo-
sitionwof fashions on

living models Wed-
nesday evening at
7:30 o'c lock-an
event to which you
are invited.

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Beggars might fly-if airplanes were wishes. And life would be all sunshine
and golden spoons-If wishing brought fulfillment of desires, hopes and am-
bitions. But, only to children is Santa Claus real, and to all of us come dark
hours of despair when hope dies, the world forgets.

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" An audacious and extraordinary play that whizzes on tike a Kansas tornado."
-Says the New York World.
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