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MICAHIGAN DAILY __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

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IL FAT FO
iurvinn LAY

Many tickets have been sold frr the
Junior Gi~s play, which is to be giv
en March 2, 22, 23 and the afternoo S
of the 24th,'according to Frieda Dik-4
hoff, who has charge o theseat sales.
It is not as yet definitely decided
whether a performance will be iven
Saturday eveiing. Tickets may still
hbQ=obtained by appliation through
mail, from Miss Diekhoff, 1030 Oak-
lanpd Avenue. 'There will be a gen
eral seat sale next Friday afternoon
and all day Saturday at :1ill auditr-
Win. It will not be necessary for thei
se zfor women- to obtain tickets, asI
was first planned. All women wearing
caps and gowns te evening' of the
fAi'st performance, will be admitted,
without charge.
Rehearsals for the remainder of the
w ek will be as follows: mnasquerad-
ers, 4 o'clock; Polly, Ted, Stan, in-
ternes and nurses, 5 o'lock; all thoseI
taking part in the first act, 7 o'clock
Wednesday; skeletons, 4 o'clock; pro-
fessors, 4:30 o'clock; dolls, 5 o'clock;
all choruses and cast, 7 o'clock, hurs-
day; 'all choruses and cast at 7 o'-
clock Friday evening; all choruses at
9 o'clock 'Saturday morning. There
will be a complete dress rehearsal
Saturday evening in Sarah Caswell
A }gels hal. The time for this will be
announced later.j
IVnYbrsI y Night Watehmnn III
'W. J. Rainey, ,night watchman at the
UpIversfty storehouse, was abseni
fndm his post several nights last week'
diu to illness.. He resumed his duties
Ia tnight.,
Toi4day Is "III" Day.
.AT TILE T1111,AT IRS I
Screen--Todayl
Arcad-"The Toll of th Sea; >
j Chaley Yhaplin in "TaePl-
grim;" news
jMajestic-'"Java Head" with Lea-
trice Joy and Jacquelin Io-
fl gan; comedy; Jerry and her
do6ur Piano Girls.
Q rpheum-George Eliot's ."ilas}J
Mlarner" with Craufurd Kent; fI
comedy and news.'
I Wuerth-George Arliss in "The
. Man Who layed 'God;" con-
I edy. I
Stage-'.his 'Week,
( arrlck (Detroit- "Grenwih I
Village Fll acs";
I lShubrt - Michian (Dtroit) -(!
-Bonstelle Compaiy i "2leyshunt" .
'fLast Time-- Today

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asked to call Catherine Stafford, 2338.1
DISPLAY STYLES TODAY
-1~ ~ ___________________________ _ Senior wo mien will not have to ob-
tain iickets for the Junior Girls' platy,I
______________ as was previously announced. They : Permint of Sales F'romi"Costumlies to
will be admitted to the first perform- G Go to League
Applications for Junior Girls' play ance without charge upon evidence of
tickets should be sent, not telephoned, cabs and gowns, Srin tlso iin xfelwl
to Freida Diekhoff at 1030 Oakland !be displayed at 4 o'clock this after-
avenu0.I Rehearsals for the Junior Girls'; noon, to University women exclusively
play' will take place today as follows: 1in an auditorium connected with
Tisckets for the senior su~pper to be Maisqueraders, 4 o'clock; Polly, Tedl, Mack and Co.'s store. Summer
given March 21 in B~arbour gymnasium Stan, internes anid nurses, ,5 o'clock; dresses from Mmne. Renauld will be
Nvill be on trnsale infrom. 1 to 5 o'clock !all ooc.those k.taking part i+h is caogtos hw.Drn h hx
thi aftrnoninthiWmensac7o'lok.Helen og toenNewberw.ry orchestra rigwill fur-f
league booth in University hall. All, nish music.
seniors attending the suipper will be Michigan song books are .being sold1 Elizabeth Maloy, '25, who rocenitly
required . to purchase tickets before- l at both of Graham's book stores, dur- returned from New York, where she
hant? at $1' each. l ing the month of March, a part of the; selected spring wardrobes for the col-
proceeds to be donated to the Women's ; lege women, will have charge of thea
Mortarboard will ;m ee theat 7:30 league. style showe arndte fsale of the o ae ogar-
o'clock this evening a h l h ~--m ns e e c n r m s l st n
Omicron Pt heue. The way to rent a room is with. a University women will go to the Uni-
"Daily Classified"'.-Adv. versity of Michigan league provided a.
~1'.hose junior women who know any - receipt is requested by the buyer.
thing about theatrical make-up are r11o(Ir. is "'1",])a. Money which would be paid for mod-

els and orchestra, $105, will. be given
to the League.
IThe models will' be: Alma. Miller,
'26, Bertha Green, '23Ed, 'Katheryn
Blackburn, '25, Deborah. Jones,< '23,
h3elen Buster, '23, Merry Wagner, '23,
Miriam Reid, '23, Elsa Ol reacher, 125,
fConstance MacDonald; '26.
Show Athletic Awares at Giym
Athletic awards for honors wox* in
the Women's Athletic association are
now on exhibition in a wall case in the
office of Barbour gymnasium. They
are the white sweater, which, is given
for 1000 honor points, the,'"M" pin for
600 honor points, and the arm balad
for 300 points. Honors won so far
by members of the junior group of the

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association are charted on a poster ing the devotions, and Luella Galliver,
on the bulletin board in the gymna- '23, will have charge o'f the closing
5mm.littany. A short talk will be giver.
- by Margaret Whyte, '23, on the sub-
University Wom enD'o e ject of "The Association and the Camn-
Givepus". Dorothy Jeffrey, '24, will speak,~
Radi Sericeher topic being "The Association and
the World". Special music will also
Radio enthusiasts of Ann Arbor willj be given. Members of the Y. WV. C. A
have an opportunity of hearing a pro-~ cabinet will accompany the group;
grai brodcated romthe etri lwhich is to give the program, and will
Free Press Sunday afternoon by a furnish the response.
group of women from the University Arrangements for the program
X: W. C. A. The program is to con- were made through ,Miss Francis
sist of a special vesper service, simi- Handibo of the radio t epartraent of
lar in nature to the regular servicesi the Detroit Free Press.
given each month.
Lucile Welty, '23, will assist by lead.~ Today Is "ill" Day.

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JES$SE L. LASK4Y PRXENT5 ,A .
George Melford Production
LEATRiCE JOY.
JACQUELINE LOGAN
RAYM~OND 14ATTON '
GEORGE FAWCETT
&0 9A.BERT ROSCQE
T E story of a reckless young
American who married a love-
ly Chinese maiden.
And then brought her home to
face the "girl he left behind him."'

A T rig Ne w Outfit
for early Spring

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From the novel'
b.9 Jose ph
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You ~wil Vw..':t stunnig outfit to wear
this. Spring. Why not a jaunty suit
and, cze of the bandana silk kcrchiefs
that lend so r:uch s.,,,gger?

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AND ASPLENDIDSURROUNDINGPROGRAM

ON THE STAGE-

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ABit:0' Dream Music Deightfti
.Presenting. the most entrancing musical noveltp on the
varietji stage
RICHLYT STAGED AND COSTUMED-
Direct from five weceks at the wvorld's finest theatre,
CO3IIN0i

5aevlal Screeni Comedy
LARRY
SEMON
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TOPICS
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA

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Lovely,

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Smart Suits

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Matinees
2:00-3 :30.
Prices
10c, 25c, 35,c

Evenings
Prices
10e,, 33c, 0;e

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SEYMOUR SIMONS
And Ill'
SYNCOA IW S'ERENADER' S

The Speedy Comedy Drama
"SURE FIRE FLINT"9

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C ONTRASTI NGthe nmaid"
of decades past with the
modern girl . ' . displaying
on living models the correct
attire for every hour of a busy
day ... these are some of the
interesting portrayals at this
most elabo~rate fashion expo-
sition Ann Arbor has ever
known. This evening at 7:30.
YOia are invited.

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TO BE PORTR
UNIVERSITY V
- 4:00 O'GLO(
AFTERN
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intrrttoswill,
Style Revue to -be, givx
University women this
o'clock. The. auditori
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to which all' University
ally invited.
Mu ewill
and the moc
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)dels have. been chosen from University women-. The
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ign fund of the University of' Michigan League.
edisplayed at this Revue has been capiefully .selec ted.
rel which is well adapted to,,the. needs of University
ashionable dresses, wraps of soft fabrics: for dress;
rt sports coats, costume suits, chic 'millinery, new
and,~ accessories of every type will be shown, In
Revue will be found only, the finest expressions of
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