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MICHIGAN DAILY

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IWEinuniIL U L I iLiUtU tiLL
DIPLAY ARfTISTRY HHEE

.askcd to call Catherine Stafford, 2338.
Group pictures of the University
Girls Glee club which were taken for
th 'Ensian, may be called for at the
rehears1a today.
.Applications for Junior Girls' playj
tickets should be sent, not telephoned, ''eCersais for the Junior Girls'
to Freida Diekhoff at 1030 Oakland ;l y wti take place today as follows.
avenue. s 'clock; college men and
womei, 5 o'clock; all taking part in
. .li second act at 7 o'clock.

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A cycle of seven song recitals by
Mine Clara Clemens has been arrang-
ed by Matinee Musicale. The first
concert will be given a week from
Thurda y vening and will be followed
by concerts on the six following Mon-
day evenings until the cycle is com-
pleted. As the daughter of Mark
Twain and the wife of Ossip Gabrilow-
itsch, Mine. Clemens has naturally
commanded attention, but her promin-
ence in contemporary music rests
solely upon the solid fouldation of a
fine contralto voice and a discerning
musical artistry.
Lovers of song in its finer sense.
those who are appreciative of the more
intangible qualities of musical excel-
lence, as well as the music-loving pub-
lic will find in Mine. Clemens' singing
a source of deep satisfaction, for her
broad musical education and great
powers of interpretation exhibit herC
beautiful voice to rare advantage. En-;
gagement of Mme. Clemens is there-
fore regarded as one of the outstand-
ing accomplishments of the current
season. Y
So far as can be learned, no singer
has ever before attempted to show the
development of the art-song from its
beginning as the naive .combination of
tune and rhyme as sung in the cot-
tages of peasants to the emotionally
elaborate and intricately wrought lied.
chanson and ballade of today. Mme.
Clemens' seven programs. represent a1
vast amount of selective work. Hun-
dreds of songs had to be head and
studied and memorized-a task requir-
ing months of severe concentration.
That her, efforts have been well spent
is indicated by the reception accord-
ed her last May in Munich where she
sang, the cycle and last September in
other large European cities where
critics were unanimous in pronounc-
ing her musical gifts to be of a high
order. The cycle has also been giver,
successfully in New York and Detroit
during the present season..
Mme. Clemens will sing in Pattengill
auditorium. Tickets for the entire
series of concerts are $2 and are now
on sale at Wahr's, Graham's, and Slat-
er's book stores. Single admissions
will be 75 cents. . At the first concert
there will be distributed handsomely
bouind booklets containing the words
of all the songs in the cycle repertory
LIEAGUE WILL ENTERTAIN
LEGISLATORS ANi WIVES
Extensive plans are being made by
the Women's League for the entertain-
m*ont of the state legislators, who will
ari'e in Ann Arbor Thursday. Campus
guides will be appointed to accom-
tpny the visitors around the campus.
The wives of the men will be guests
if'arious sororities Thursday nightt
and will be entertained afterwards by
::Orority members. Other arrange-
nents, consisting of a dinner and
luncheon have not yet been complet-
Cot a room to rent A Daffy classi-
f'1l ad will find a roomer.-Adv

T rycurtts for membership in the
Freshman Girls' Glee club will be held_
at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon, at
Betsy Barbour house.
Tiere will be another open meet-1
ing of Athena Literary society at 7:15
o'cloct: this evening in the Al-
pha Nu room, University hall. The I
program will consist of talks on mod-
ern books. Those interested in be-
coming members are urged to attend.
Senior women are requested to call
for their tickets for the Junior Girls'
play from 1 to 5 ('clo"k tomorrow
afternoon at the Women's league irootih
in University hall.
Tickets for the senior supper to li:
given March 21 in Barbour gymnasium
will be on sale from 1 to 5 o'clock ;
tomorrow afternoon in the Womcn's
league booth in University hall. AllI
seniors attending the supper will be
required to purchase tickets before-;
hand at $1 each.
There will be a meeting of the Styl-
us society at 8 b'clock this evening, at
the Alpha Chi Omega house, 1004
Olivin street.j
Mortarboard will meet at 7:30
o'clock tomorrow night at the Alpha
Omicron Pi house.
Those junior women who know any-
thing about theatrical make-up are

At Ti T[E TIhEATERS

SOPHS TO WEIR HEARTS
Give Xovies at Arcade For Benefit
of League
'"Racing Hearts," a movie to be giv'-
en under the auspices of the sopho-
more women is coming to, the Arcade {
theater on Thursday, Friday and Sat-
urday, the 29, 30, and 31 of this month.,
Agnes Ayres and Theodore Roberts
are included in the cast. Conrad By-
ron, who wrote Wallace Reid's racingl
pictures, "Excuse Our Dust", "Across
the Continent" and several others, is
also the author of "Racing Hearts".I
The Michigan League will receive;
a percentage on all tickets sold out-
side the theater. The sophomore wo-f
men, all of whom will be expected tci
sell tickets, will be designated by red
hearts worn on their sleeves. The
slogan is to be, "Watch for the girl
who wears her heart on her sleeve".
Members of the committee are asI
follows: Jeanne Briggs, chairman,
Helen Porter, Alma Crouse, Florence
Johnston, Margaret Sherman, Alphra
Ladd, Marion Barlow, Ardys Stoner;
Alice Powell, Sally Walser.
This proposition was formally ac-
cepted a t a meeting of the sophomore I

I'LAYERA' CTUB TO CITE.
Shamrock Step Is 1uDRAMAS To OROW NLBOT
Feature Of Dance
Players' club will offer its second
presentation this semester at 8 o'clock
Kappa Alpha Theta has chosen St. tomorrow night in Sarah Caswell An-
Patrick's day as the date for' thei gels hall when two short one-act plays
"Shamrock Step". For the benefit of will be given. The performance will
those who do not hnow a "Shamrock include "The Goal," by Jones, and
Step" is a dance which can come on- Riley's "The Mandarin Coat." The
tpa saace wh. It iccaom given atformer play was to have been given
ly on March 17. It is to be given at last Wednesday night but "The Two
the Kappa Alpha Theta house, 1414 Crocks and a Lady" was substituted
Washtenaw, from § o'clock to 12 o'- I.
clock in the evening. Tickets will be B tho place.r.
75 cents a person and $1 a couple, are Both ferdis are studen arentred
on sale at Graham's book stores. scenery painting and electrical effects
From 3 o'clock to 5 o'clock in the____________________
afternoon of the same day, a bridge
tea will be given, also at the Kappa
Alpha Theta house. Tickets for this
are 75 cents each, and $3 a table. Pro- For Prom
ceeds from both events will go to thc
Womens League.!

have been worked out in the club
workshop. The casts will include sev-
eral students prominent in dramatics.
Dean Cabot to Olve Lecture
Dean Hugh Cabot, of the Medical
school, will lecture on "Stone in the
Bladder" at 8 o'clock March 20, in Na-
tural Science auditorium. Dean Cabot
is one of the foremost urologists in
the country. The public is invited to
the lecture.
Lose sormethiag? A classified In
classified ad will sell it for you---Adv.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.

Screen-Today

pt Service
nip

Arcade-"The Toll of the Sea;"
Charley Chaplin in "The Pil-
grim;" news.
Majestic--"Java Hfead" with Lea-
trice Jcy and Jacqueline Lo-
gFl; comedly; Jerry and her9
Four Piano Girls.
Orpbhenm-- -,George Eliot's "Silas
Marner" with Craufurd Kent;
comedy and news.
Wucrth--George Arliss in "The
Man Who Played God;" com-
edly.

Former Student Dies
Anne Mitchell, '21, died suddenly at
her home in Washington, D. C., last
week. While in the University, Miss
Mitchell was president of Masques
dramatic society, and was a member
of Phi Beta Kappa.
Have you reaa the "Daily Classifled

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Garrick (Detroi )- "Greenwich
Village Follies."
Shubert - Michigan (Detroit) -
Bonstelle Company in "Char-
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. Fascinating Flappers Musical edy ,
PLENTY OF FUN
C LOTS OF GIRDS
FUNNY COMEDIANS
tfk4-MUSIC, SINGING, DANCING
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ADMISSION: ADULTS, 35c; CHILDREN, 20c
S undreds of People tirned Away Last Week. Come E ary to zAv old
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_ THE BEST SHOW' OF ALL
Show 6:30 and 8:30 Doors Open at 6:00
A EHINGTON THEATRE
;IU l!IlliL OTS OF GitiiIH1l BlI ilit 1le

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A pump of black satin,
black suede and gray
suede with Baby Louis

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Spring presents varied silhouettes in the new costumes-and her many charm-
L=g secrets will be revealed at a Style Revue to be given exclusively for
University women at 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon in the auditorium in
connection with the store. Attire chosen for this affair will be appropriate to
the college women's needs and will be displayed by University women'"for the
benefit of the Michigan League campaign fund.

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it's a season of gay color with printed
fabrics that have borrowed their
motifs frori the art of every age and
land-Oriental, Egyptian, Persian,
Indian, Bulgarian, Javanese.
And Fashion? What a wealth of
diversity-and smartness, ,from the
tailored suits, the costume suits, the
sports wraps, the soft pile dressy
wraps, the chic frocks, the entranc-
ing millinery, to the graceful line
footwear and stylish accessories!

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All University "women are cordially
invited to attend this panorama of
all that is new and stylish. Not
only will Easter modes be portrayed
but also advanced frocks for late
spring and early summer wear.
As a special feature, Madame Ren-
auld dresses will be displayed. These
frocks are especially adapted to th8
needs of college women and are well
known for their beauty of styling and
excellency of quality. The .affai
promises to be one of interest to those
College women who are particular
about their appearance.

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