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yuo YenIPPOINT COMMITTEE TO

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P~LAY

t the senio!
Iat 5:45 0'-
parlors of!
Jean Ham-
iurton, Mrs,
[iss Mildr~ed
tthe speak-
liemu will be
of the W'o-j

Collar s for senior gowns will be on;
sale from 11 to 12 o'clock and fromt
2 to 4 o'clock today at the league booth
in University hall.
Because of the Junior Girls' play
the-re will be no leagite party this~
week. A one-act comedy presented by
Mlasques will be a feature of the. league
party the following Friday.
Todlay is "N" DR.

liUVIUJJIUII ISE. I UI a IUL4IU
:Members of the committee of the
Y. WV. C. A. to nominate officers for
the coming fiscal~ year, have been ap-
pointed. Those Who compose the
co mmittee are Frances Ames, '23;
Katherine. Stafford,: '24, Margaret
Wbyte, '23, Luella Galliver, '23, Lucy
tuber, '23, and Dorothy McFarlen,
Petitions3 for nomiees signed, by at
least twenty members of the associa-
tion will be accepted and conisidered
by this conmmittee. These petitifts
must be handed in to the committee
by Wednesday evening,, March 28, i'n
order that. they may receive action.
They may be turned in to the office
off the Y. W. C. A. at Newberry hall.
Following the nominations, the o1f-
ficers will be elected at the regular
women's campus elections which take
place each spring. The officers will
be installed soon after election, 'so
that they may assume their dutles be-
fore the end of the semester.
ELECTS MEMBERSi

Let fl mo.Anrtarboard so~ciety, Lu-
jaliver, president of Senior so-j
Margaret Whyte, president of
university Y. W. C. A., and Ruthl
heiser, Elizabeth Hoyt, vice-pres-
and secretary, respectively, of,
,nior class. The guests of honor
ake their seats according toC
cards which aire being hand-
d by Rosemary Lawreijn. A-
meats have been made for the
women to be served from tray:,
y sit about the gymnasium par-
[owing the supper and the prac-
of the senior songs which have
bound in booklet form, the sen-j
'ill form in line to march to th~e
ey theater. The double line of
iwill be headed by the senior
n sitting at the guest table. They1
e followed by the mnember-s of
rboard, then by the members of l
society, and finally by the re-H
ar of the clss At the theater a
a has been reserved for the se,-
iwhose hionor the opening night_
Junior Girls' play is being siy-

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Seniors Refresh ""lESYLIER
Famished Juniors[T RS EN
!V(oien 11w yin Workshiop to Surp~rise
Are they weary? The w~omen who >~oiijPtir~
have been practicing f' the Junior
r Grls play every day f'or '-weeks shout More workers are needed at the Y.
No, not when lunch is served between W. C. A. Easter workshop which is be-:I
acts as was done last evening by the iiig conducted by the social service
senior women." jcommittee of the Y. IV. C. A. in the,
a eir The south parlor of Newber'ry hall, to, make
ior production last year remembaeredl Easter greeting cards for the= patients
at the hospital. The works5hop opened
the lengthy dress rehearsals at the Monday afternoon, and about 200 place
I tnytetrwch er e I cards were completed on the first two
-sary before the play was re~ady for an dy.Teeaesilmr ad ob
laudience. So, at the suggestion of i ys.aere are still oresars toee
Mortarboard society they preparetiiae n ohrwres r edd
One hundred fifty gr eeting cards
asandwiches, cake, and coffee which also remain to be addressed'and sent
theysered t th fial eheasal inthrough the mail to the kiddies at the
return they have the hearty appr ecia-# hospital. These will be delivered
tion of the tired famished jiuniors. Easter morning. Each patient will re-
-eive one of the place. cards on his
FRESHMIEN; WOMEN TO TAKE J tray thzat morning.r
PHYSICA~L EFFICIENCY Vi' ' S W Aork which' is to be done consists of
ad dre -sing cards, printing, painting
lMotor ability tests are being taken and( pasting on cut outs. Women are
this week by all the freshmen women requested to donate, as much time ;as
in their respective gymnasium classes. po sible in order that everything may
The tests are part of a physical ef- be completed by March 31, which is
! ficiency test which is being given to the day on which the workshop clos-j
fresh~men college- women in the east Cs. Services for a short time will be
anid middle west . The efficiency test a ppireciated.
Sincludes three factors, the m edical
score, the. anthrohometric score, and. Michigan Song Book, Memory
the motor ability score. Tlhe medical# Books, Banner and. Pennants at
score invo~lves records Iobt n ed inI Wahr's University Bookstore-A.cdv.
physical examinations; the anthropo-
mretric score takes in. lung capacity, L
chest measurement, etc.; while the ~_________________
motor ability test, includes records for I
high jumps, vaults, and other exercis- I

Cornerj

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AT THE THIEATERS

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TO ENTERTAIN YOUR FRIENDS

Sea een--Today

COSELYi,

COMFORTABLY,

Arecde---Cecil do Mille's "Adam's
Rib" AYith Anna Q. Nilsson,
Milton Sills, and Elliott Dex-
ter; comedy and news.
Majestic-Seymour Simons and
Ten Syncopated Serenaders.
Johnny Hines in "Sure-Fire
Flint;" comedy and news.
Orpheum-D. W. Griffith's "Way
DonEas,"itli Lillian Gish
and Richard Bartblemess.
Wuerth-" ~The MarrIage Chance,
with Alta Allen and Milton
Sills; comedy, Larry Semon
in "The Agent."

TEAFU L

1New members elected to Portia Lit-
erary society this semester are: Phyl-
lis Turnbull, '26; Margaret E. Lord,
'26, Elizabeth VanValkenburgh, '26,
and Grave McDonald, '26.
The program for the meeting which
will be held. at 7:1.5 o'clock tomorrow
evening in room 302, Mason hall., will
corsist of a discussion of the suabject
which is to be debated by the freshman
team; cf Athiena and Portia. Literary
k ocieties on May 4.

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I.The physical efficienlcy teats are be-
ing given for _the purpose of determ-
ining whether it is possible to have a.
general physical test which- would be
}as fair as the present mental tests.
IToda.y is 4171Day.

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T CANDY SALES

Stage-Ths 'Week

START!NG TODAY

ne-third of the money taken in
y at the candy booth in University j
is turned over to the Woinen's~
;e fund. The average sale totals'
anon, some days exceeds this I
)unt. At 8, 12, and 4 o'clock the'
s are heaviest, thouigh a large,
cunt of candy is sold between clasp:-
However, there is much candly
haled outside wvhich is of no bet- I
quality thaln that p urchbased at
boothe. IF this money could be
ed ver to. the league fund, it
1id swell ,noticeabkly.

Garrick (Detroit)-"The Spring-1
time of Youth," a musical come-
edy.
ISublert - (Michigan (Detroit) -
I Bonstelle company in "Span-
ish Love."
WYhitney - Junior Girls' play,
"Jane Climbs a Mountain."

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Today Is "-P" Day.

TELL"T IG.ENT AND iNTERESTEDI

Your bank should be sound, accurate and
efficient. But that is not enough.' Banking
service to be of the most use to you should
be also intelligent tand interested.
Thatisi what this bank tries to be.
FARMERS' & MECHANICS BANK

RETURN ENGAGEMENT OF
B" -m lMr l :
Fasiaing Flaprs Musical comedy
PLENTY OF FUN3
LOTS OF GIRLS -
NEWFUNNY COME DIANS
NEWMUSIC, SINGING, DANCING
SHundreds of People Turned A tv y- Last Week. Conic Earl.y to Avpid
The Rash
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SShio 6:30 and 8:39 Doers Op-Oeu at 6:00
WASHINGT"ONf'THEATR
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When he spied Betty, in her silky one-picce, fhising onItheLac-ch a takki--
When he saw her do the Huala-Hla--No wond~er ff yohg m ercjfll
You will too!
It's Betty's best. picture-actually filmedinoatcHwii

T(IAY -THURDA

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,4 Paramount Pkture
HOWr~t shall we treat our mno ern
girls? Caress them i JA-'a
club, like a caveman? Or yield to
their sauicy, silken. wiles? Here's a
luxurious picture that tells you
more about flappers than you ever
imagined before.

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