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IP1 here, are several types of w ork1 tc
I be carried on. Fvehundred tand lfifty;
place ca rdtsmust, be made to be t, , _ ."I
~nII nthe trays of the patients on EaTT (r I"
n orinig. Work on thes e will cor i:, 1
01P opasting, on cut-outs, printingr a _i.._A . . ...... .
painting. Thei re are also x50 hEas,-.r G~:VA5I irls' Glee club '.ill1
eature of l greeting cards to be addressed ants ; , lcea this atenonat
is to lac( senot through the mail. ILI.adeim

men's league annual luncheon will be
distributed. Each representativ~e is
asked to bring an estimate of th(e num-
ber of persons in her house who will
attend the luncheon.

Special miusic will11 be a fe
the radio program whichi
broadcasted fE om the Detrc
Press radio station this after
members of the University Y.
The program, which will be
form. of a vesper service, w~
wvith the prelude, "Melody" b:
ler, which is to be given by J(

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fosephne

EnglishActress
Has Leading Role

Connable, '23, and hope Hlalladay, '24.s
A solo by Wilma Demuth, '23, will
also be given. Hymns and the bone-
diction are to be sung by members i
of the Stanley chorus.
The remainder of the program will'-.
consist of a talk on "The Associationont e C m u " by Pl r a t Wh ej -
123, and a parallel talk, "The Associa- ^:.:"..;
tion i the World", by Dorothy Jef-
f rey, '24. Luella'Galliver, '23, will leadj'
the devotions and will also lead in the
litany of Consecration.
Mi ibers of the Y. W.C.A. cabinet
will accompany the other members onI f
the trip v
CONTEST TO CONTINUE , _________
IIETINEEN TUREEt[AML Pgg
Chi Omega,'IDelta Gamma, and P1 eg ah, euiu EgiT c
Beta Phi remain in the interhouse has- tr'ess, in official Loncd(on life Viscount-
ketball tournament a>s a result of yes. ess of Dunsford, has arrived illnn v~
terday's games in Barbour gymnas- York, on her way to Chicago to take
jumrr.I the leading feminine role in "If Winter
In the first game, Pi Beta Phi defeat- C~e"
ed l~appa Alpha Theta with a score
of 25 to 15. The -game was slow with
no particularly, good playing. In tVic, There will be a meeting of the Michi-
Delta Gamma-Sorosis, game neither igan Dames at 8 o'clockl Tuesdaye~'e-
team played according . to its usual nying in Newberry residence.t
ab~ility. Delta Gamma won from Sor-
osis by a score of 50 to 37. The gam-ro
between Chi Omega and Kappa Delta WEEK 1JEGIN. ?;H S
was the most evenly matched of the (T'oui1orrow) I\~ ~~[1
three games played. It was fast, I Monday Ml~jJI i h
speeding up even more in the last 31ARCh 9L kJLL
half. Good forward work was out- ,QPPOSIT'E CADILLAC HOTEL
standing on both sides while the con-
test between the centers amused th(ijT NI H
settr.Chi Oeawon with a IT NI HT LAST "c cZ!
score of 28 to Kappa Delta's 24.
The standing of the three teams re-1
'ining in the contest is as follows:!TI
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Chii Omega...... ...... 5 0 1.000
Delta Gamma......4 1 .80Ci
Pi Beta Pi . ......4 1 .S000O
Surprises T o Greet OM
Kiddies At Easter . h ihl ilr~
flospital kiddies will receive a bigl
sur~prise at Easter tile, when the mail j>y
carrier delivers to each one of them
aspecial Easter, greeting card sent,
014t by the Y. W. C. A. The social'
sejVice committee of the University Y. Adapted by Avery Hll otoda
IV'C. A. will open an Easter work-
sh0op tomorrow in the south parlor; -____
o&,Newberry hall where these sur- I
prises are to be niacde for the hospitalI Nights c0 , 75c, $11
patients.
The workshop is to be open from P)! Each Attraction Begins oft 31(
to~ o'clock every day until March 31. j-
Womnen are asked to volunteer their NX E~
services if only a short time can bc T t~r
given, as a great deal of assistance is jr
needed.

{e-:.nor caps; .i,.tI;)wus will be ready
;rtdif tti sn Tuesday at Mack's
Athena Literrary society will hold its
last open niecting at 7 :30 o'clock Tues-
day c vc~en in the Alpha Nu room of
FUniversity brill. The suobject for (1is-
cussion will be "That the President
Shall be ]elected by Direct Vote.'' All.
vinninterested in becoming mem-
besare invited to attend.

Screen--Today

SELL BANQUET TICKETS
IGive Anniual Affair at Barbouir Gynt
on Harch 31
Tickets for' the Michigan Womens'
j annual banquet to be held Saturday.
March 31, will be distributed to rep-
resentatives from the various dormi-
I tories, sororities and league houses
l at 4 :15 o'clock this afternoon froml
I the League booth at University hail.1
Each house has been asked to send aj
+ representative at this time, so that
the tickets may be placed on sale a±,
all places at the same time.
Later in the week a general sale of
tickets will be carried on, at the var-
ious hook stores. ,Admisson for college
women is to be 75 cents and that for
alu mnae and friends will be $1. Tick-
ets are being sold with stubs so that
the exact number coming from each
class can be counted ,and as only a

limited number are available, it is ad-
visable to purchase tickets early.
Members of the freshman class have
been asked to serve, following the tra-
dition of other yearis. W'omen of thc
faculty are also to attend the banj-
duet.
The lncheon, to be held in B~arbour
gymnasium, will start at 12:30 o'clock
and will be followed by a special pro-
gram of addresses and music.
10 9 More than 375 tick~ets for the sp-
for women's supper which is to be held,
on Wednesday evening ln Barhoui
gymnasium have been sold up to, thc.
present time. It is anticipated that,
400 seniors will attend the supper.
According to the tradition. of the
gathering, the seniors appeaving 1r,
caps aud'gowns for the first time will
meet at 5:45 o'clock in the parlors.

Contrary to previous nol~lce, collars
for senior gowns will not be sol(d at
Mack :A e company's but will be on
sale from 11 to 12 o'clock and from
E 2 to 4 o'clock Tuesdayand Wednesdlay
CJat the le ague booth in University hal
There will be a dress rehearsal of
'the Junior Girls' play at 7 o'clock to-
morrow evening at the 'WThitney the-

of Barbou~r gymnasium i' 1.re they wiill
be served by the ladies of the Ccngre-
gational church. The stings w hich
the seniors will sing to the juniors
later in the evening at the, junrior
Girls' play wvill be pra~cticed during the
banquet. Ruth Werkcheiser, '23, who
is in charge of collecting the ,ongs.
has arranged to have them bound i
booklets as favors.
Following the supper the seniors
will form a double line aind march tco
the Whitney theater where they will
occupy a reserved section for the play
Canoe Livery Opens A pr1l11
Saunders Canoe Livery wrill open for
its regu~lar season April 1. No canoes
will be allowed out before this date
according to Mr. Saunders becauise',the
current of the river is unusually swift
at this time of year and the height
of the water is above normal.
Loesomethin~g? A classffled in
the Daily will find. IL--Adv

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Arcade-Cecil de Mille's "Ada m's
Rib" with Anna Q. Nl~n
Milton Sils, and Elliott Dex-
ter; comedy and news.
Majestic-Seymour Simions and
Ten Syncopated Serenadlers.
Johnny H-ines in "Sure-Fire
Flint;," comedy and news.
0Orph eum-D. W. Griffith's "Way
Down East," with Lillian Gish
and Richard Barthlemess.
Wuerth-."The Marriage Chance,"
with Alta Allen and Milton
Sills; comedy, Larry Semen.
in "The Agent." n.

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Th re > ,Vlll ble a ir.etinlg of the
>rc~)lrr ?re "w olf fWs:1's miie comm-rittee
tatt 4 :15 c lc 1itaamorrow inl Barbour
f?' 1n1]a: Ium.1
Women Ti ' 2 re 'tedflin Girl Reserve
7l C e lh who werc unable to attendj
I!the(-,~ mooelMng Thursday night may3
th$ i 10ecourse0later.
fAll l!oeague h 1ouses, dormitories and
-ororil les are requested to send a rep-
r'oscenltai to Olive McKay at 4:15
o'clock tomorrow in Barbour gymtnas-
thitn. At this time tickets for the Wa-

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IGarrick (Detroit)-"The Sjpring-
time of Youth," a musical coca-
S edy.
1(Shubert - ?Vichigan (Detroit) --
B~onstelle company in "Span-
ish Love."
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Everyone needs a sport, coal, thcsc
days. They are an ideal school coa¢-
and. what is, important is that Uire r
so smart and nifty lookeing.

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