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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Woman Acts As
For U. S. Dep

The first meeting of the spring train- When one thinks of averting a strike
Close scoring throughout the basket- ing course of Girl Reserve leaders will or settling weighty labor questions,
ball game played by Pi Beta Phi and be held at 7 o'clock this evening at immediately there comes the picture
Kappa Delta Tuesday evening in Bar- Newberry hail. Juniors, sophomores of an experienced man, well along in
bour gymnasium resulted in one of the and freshmen who are interested inyr
gymnsiumjoiniing the course are asked to be ;years, perhaps with wihite hair and a
most exciting games of the women's prc3ent at that time. formidable appearance, or else one
interhouse tournament. At the end of thinks of group of men smoking big
the first half Pi Beta Phi was leading Extra rehearsal; of the University black cigars grouped around a table
with a score of 18 to 17, but when time Girls' Glee club will be held at 4:30 arguing, pounding their argumentsI
was called at the end of the fourth c (lock this afternoon at Barbour gym-
quarter the score was 19 to 30 in fav- nasium, and at 1:30 o'clock Saturday home by banging their fists on the
or of Kappa Delta. Close guarding afternoon at Hill auditorium. A spe- table, One's ideas on the subject may
and well planned passing on the part cial rehearsal for the members who vary from this in detail but it is ver
'of the Pi Phi team carried. the ball tc are going to Jackson will be held at doubtful if they go so far as to pic-
their end of the court more often than j4':40 o'clcek Monday afternoon at Miss ture a slim young girl with a wealth
:their forwards were able to score Hunt's studio in the School of Music.
game to Kappa Alpha Theta. of dark wavy hair and a pair of gentle
Kappa Kappa Gamma forfeited its Rehearsals for the Junior Girls' brown eyes.
The schedule for the games to .be play will take place today as follows: It was just such a girl, however, who
played on Saturday in Barbour gym- Skeletons, 4 o'clock; professors, 4:30 recently brought an end to the strike
:nasium is as follows: at 1 oclock, Pi o'clock; dolls, 5 o'clock; all choruses in Boston which involved some 35.000
Beta Phi will play Kappa Alpha The- and cast, 7 o'clock. suit, skirt, waist and dress makers.
ta; at 1:45 o'clock Sorosis and Delte __She was Miss Anne Weinstock, of New
Gamma will play; at 2:30 o'clock Chi In a previous announcement an om- York. Miss Weinstock is the 2 6-year-
O eawill oppose Kappa Delta. iso a aei eadt h ae old girl conciliator for the United
'he comparative standin^egofath States department of labor. Her ac-
ea os still remaining in the tourna. of the sophomore women's movie. It hievement is unusual for a woman and
tem tilrmann i he tun is to be given on Wednesday, March
anent are: particularly for one o her years.
17 I et 128, as well as Thursday, Friday, and
' Saturday, March 29, 30, and 31.
hDelta Gamma..........3 1 .750 Shamrock Step Is
i Beta Phi ............3 1 .75C Those junior wxomtei who ktnow any-{
orosis................3 1 .750 thing about theatrical make-up are Feature Of Dane
Kappa Alpha Theta 3 1 .750 asked to call Catherine Stafford, 2338.
Kappa Delta.... ......... 2 1 .6066
Senior women will not have to ob- kappa A.lpa Theta will offer an op
',,.p portunity to Michigan students for

Conciliator GIVE SHOE SHINES
zrtment Of Labor IN LEAGUE BOOTH
- Newberry's shine parlor has been
moved from the basement of Newber-
0 ry residence to the Women's League
booth in University hall. It will be op-
en from 8 to 12 o'clock in the morning
and from 1 to 5 o'clock in the after-
noon. Shines may be obtained either
at the usual price, 10 cents apiece, or
tickets may be procured, six for 50
cents.
Glee Club Elects New Members

a
u Students Suppiy fS Wr P ,

S111 South University Ave.

Engineers' agid Architects' Materials
Stationery, Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf Books
Cameras and Supplies
Candies, Laundry Agency, fobaccos

At a special tryout.of the -Fresh
man Girls' Glee club held Tuesday
the following members were elected
Catherine Griffiths, '26, Elizabeth Mc
Manus, '26, Margaret Walz, '26, and
Marion Mead, '26. The club will mee
at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon at Bar
bour gymnasium. At this time th
original songs which have been turn
ed in will be practiced.
To Show Marionettes
Harry Burnett, '23, will exhibit his
marionettes before the :public at 3 o'-
clock Saturday afternoon and at 8 o'
clock the same evening in the high
school auditorium. The play that wil
be given is "Rumpelstiltzkin", featur
ing 16 dolls. Tickets are now on sal
at Wahr's bookstore at 35 and 5
cents.

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Miss Anne Weinsteck
la Cather's latest book, by Clara Law;
'25; "The Undying Fire" by H. G. Wells
was reviewed by Florence Fuller, '25.
The next meeting of the organiza-
tion, Tuesday, March 20, will be an
open one. Anyone interested in pub-
lic speaking and oratory is invited to
attend. Tryouts will be held March
"27.

Singer Appreciates
Spirit Of Audience
Julie Rive Snider, who sings "Who
Cares" with Jerry and her piano girls
at the Majestictheater this week, is
an example of a college girl who hlar
realized her ambition to "go on the
stage". Miss Snider is from Spring-I
field, Ohio, where she attended Wit-i
tenburgr College.
A week or so ago, she had no idea'
that she would be singing in Ann Ar-
bor this weel-in fact that she would
be appearing in public anywhere., Last
week, the girl who sang in Miss Sni-'
der's place was taken seriously ill any
Miss Snider was asked to take her
place. ' The enthusiasm with whichk
she is greeted at every performance
at the Majestic proves that her !nit-
jal performance on the stage is a sue-,
cess.
Miss Snider is naturally greatly el-
ated with the novelty and newness. o
her experience.. I-Ir reception by the
student members at the Majestic might
be somewhat terrifying, if it were not,
for te fact that she has herself beenI
a member of such an audience not long
ago, and that she understands the ex-
huberant spirit and over-abundant en-
thusiasm prevailing in a college the-
tter. She finds humor in the deep
sighs and exagerated applause herj
songs bring forth, and appreciates tc
the utmost- the -reception which hasj
been accorded her. - .
SORORITY GETS PERCENTAGE
OF SALES FOR LEAGUF
To augment the University of Mich-
igan League fund' the Alpha Xi Delt '
sorority has made arrangements withI
0. D. Morrill to receive a substantia"
percentage on all cash purchase,
which are made in their store in Nick.
el's=Arcade.,
A csh coupon will be given to each
person who makes a purchase in the
Morrill store and this coupon is t(1
be dropped in the University of tlich-
igan League box which will be conven-
iently placed on one of the countersI
At the end of each week the amouiti
on the coupons will be added and a
percentage. on the total sales will be
given to the University of Michigan
League fund.

Stain tickets for the Junior Giris play,
as was previously 'announced. They
Will be admitted to the first perform-
ance without charge upon evidence of
caps and gowns.
Michigan song books are being sold
at both of Graham's book stores dur-
ing the month of March, a part of the
proceeds to be donated to the Women's
league.
D. A. R. To Meet Today
The Sarah Caswell Angell chapte;
of the Daughters of the American Rev-
olution will hold the regular meeting
at 3 o'clcok this afternoon, at th(
home of Mrs. Henry J. Brown, 303 N
Division st. Mrs, W. . Wait will give
a paper on " Women for Whom Michi7
g4n Chapters are Named". There will
be a short musical program.
1 AT THE T HEATERS 1

practically an entire day's frivolity
next Saturday. Fromn 3 to 5 o'ciock in
the afternoon there will be a bridge
tea at their house, 1414 Washtenaw
and a dance, or better, a "Shamrock
Step", from 9 to 12 o'clock in the ev-
ening. Tickets, which will be on sale

Women to be Represented at Luncheo-n
Dean Jean Hamilton and FranceE
Ames, '23, will represent the women o9
the University at the luncheon to be
given for the legislators tomorrow
noon. Music will be furnished by the
Girls' Glee club.
Lose something? A classified is
classified ad will sell it, for you-Adv

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s AT TI114r'jloiA
George Melford's LARRY
ava ad" g~ON,
e With IN
LthC JIy "NO WEDDING
JACiQUELiNE LOGAN BELLS"
tGE(RGE iAl'NETT
fIRAY OTNI) HATTON NOAS
ALSO O'N THE STAGE
e
Direct from five weeks at the world' tnes hcatr
A A R M . TH E CH IC A WO"
BEAUT!FULLY STAGED AND COSTUMED
SONGS-MUSIC--EN'TERTAINMENT
A. IENTRA]N'iNG NOVELTY
It lc:2y, 27.CMan Flo r, 35c Balcony, 3,1c. -1ai Floor, 50P
TOMORROW-SATRDAY
IN
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Lose something? A classified In
the Daily will find it.-Adv.

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Sreent-Toda~y

at Graham's book stores, are 75 cents!
each or $3 a table for the tea, and 7#
cents a person and $1 a couple for
the dance. Ted Bennet's orchestr
will furnish the music for the "step".
Special stunts have been arranged
for the dance and appropriate color,
scheme will be carried out in the dec-
orations.
Chaperones for the dance will be
Mrs. J. E. Winchell, Mrs. A. T. Olma-
cher, and Mrs. Evelyn Dame.
ONE-ACT PLAY TO BE GIVEN
AT LEAGUE PARTY FRIFA
"The Silly Ass" Is a play which will
be given at 4 o'clock tomorrow after-
noon, at the Women's League party i-f
Sarah 'Caswell Angell hall.-I
The cast consists of: Mother, Con-
stance Baldwin,.'23; Father, Margaret
Jones, '24; Daughter, Isabel Nichols
r125; Grandmother, Constance Wirood.
"23. Ruth Werkheiser, '23, is direting
the play.
Athena Hears Book Reviews
Modern literature was the main top-
ic of discussion at the meeting of the
Athena Literary society which was
held Tuesday evening ir University
hall. "iJeremy" by Hugh Walpolp was
reviewed by Helen Gustine, '25; "New
Voices", Marguerite Wilkenson, by
Dorothy Tyler, '26; "One of Ours", Wil-
THERE'S ALWAYS
A
BUNCH
AT THE
BLU-GOLD LUNCH {
605 Church

For Prompt Service
Call
POWDER PUFF BEAUTY SHOP
320 S. StaFENDERSON & FENDERSon

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SEYMOUR SIMONS
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10 Syncopated Serenaders

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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; Jerry and her
Four Piano Girls.
Orpheum- "Lavender and Old
Lace;" Staracomedy, "Col.
Heeza Liar and the Ghost."
Wuerth-Corrine Griffith in "Is-
land Wives;" comedy, "Little
Red Robin Hood;" news.

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Bonstelle Company in "Char-
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Lost Something? Let a "Daily" cass
Try a Classified Ad-it pays.-Adv. If ed ad find it for you.--4v.
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Weuggest a
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- they foreshadow the
new vogue
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A Superior Showing at
Four and Seven Dollars
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The Study of Expressive Dress
HILE you may not find it in the curriculuni, the study of
how to select garmints. that interpret effectively your own
personality is one of the most important things to ┬░learn.
When you have discovered what HOUSE OF YOUTH Suits,
Wraps and Dresses can do toward helping you produce the
impression of grace, poise, and attractiveness you will be a post-

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He's a riot as the convict who
stole a parson's cothes.

-He steals out of jail!
-a parson's clothes!
-a pulpit!
-a girl's heart!
-and a thousand laughs!

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mission of 'at st be.

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