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March 23, 1923 - Image 3

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Because of the Junior Girls' play
N COLLEGE IN THE there will be no league party to-
) MATOR OF day. A one-act comedy presented by
>URNEY Masques will be a feature of the league
party next Friday.
;)men rifle team won
Agricultural college The v1 will be a Saturday evening
peromance of the Junior Girls' pilay.
on college, Wiconsin,jTickets can be obtained at the Whit-
nament recently. ,The ney theater.
4. A. C. and Michigan_
)ut of a possible 1,000, Captains and managers of class has-
le 1,364 to Michigan's ketball teams will meet at 4 o'clock
ssible 1,500. this afternoon in the office of Bar-
between M. A. C. and bour gymnasium.
cam was composed of ___
cores of the five high- Chaperones for the dances this week
live shots were fired cnd are as follows: Union, Saturday,
own range, from Mrs. Yates Adams; Armory, Friday,
ions, prone, sitting Mrs. I. G. Lerger; Saturday, Mrs. M.'
standing, and the Cake,
men were as follows:
with a score of 182 Undergraduate tickets for the Mich-
e 200; Ingrid Alvng, igan women's annual luncheon are on
e Cregory, '24, 176;,
:, 174;ory, '24, 17o;-general sale at Graham's State street
, 174; Leokadya Pow- book store. The sale will continue
- until next Tuesday. Alumni tickets,

hold a rummage sale on Friday night, G rls' Pl Pleases
March 30, from 7 to 9 o'clock, in theG
Community house on Main Street. The Dean
sale will continue all day Saturday.
Any university girls who have any sort'
of discarded clothing, may put it to Dean Jean Hamilton, in commenting
some use by sending it to the Coi- on the Junior Girls' play, stated that
munity house, or by calling Mrr. she was particularly pleased with the!
Bronk, at 2888-R.t bt
Rummage sales held at the house in production because it dealt with col-
previous years have been very success- lege material, thereby keeping the un-
ful, and the demand has exceeded the ique flavor of college life instead of
supply. It is. hoped that more coop- attempting to challenge professional
oration will be tendered this year by productions.
college women than in previous ones. The charm with which the mom-

sidering the fact that in the case of
the latter production there is a much
larger field from which to chose the
talent and also more money to cover
the cost of staging the production.
Marian Miller, Dean Hamilton said,
deserves to be especially commended
for the delightfully artistic manner in
which she gives the lMexlican sol(
dance in the second act. Madeline Mc-
Gurk, as varsity cheer leader, and
Constance Smith and Catharine Riggs
as the twin internes also deserve much
credit for the effectiveness with whieb
they give their parts, in Miss Ilamil-
ton's estimation.
MASQUES PLAY FOR
LEAGUE NEXT WEEK

ed out in a play called "My Lady
Dreams." This play is to be' given
by Group two of Masques on March
30 in Sarah Caswell Angell hall at the
Women's League, party.
Those who will have parts are: La-
dy, Isabel Waterworth; Marie, Lu-
cille Walker; Little old lady, 'Louise
Barley; other woman, Cornelia Shep-
herd; children, Beatrice Champion
and Esther Welty. Rhea Schlaack.
'24, will direct the play.
We Call For and Dellver
CLEANING & PRESSING
Fine Custom Tailoring
802 S. STATE 385-W

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f ten women each.
11 made the follow-
I Alving, '26, 143;
'24, 141; Anna
'Mida Abbott, '24,
4; Marion Lawless,I
Huff, '26, 130; Alice
Leodadya Powska,
'e B. White, 122.

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may be procured at the offEice of the
assistant dean of women in Larbour
gymnasium.
PLANRUMMGE 5SALE

A T TE THAEATE RS I
Screen-Today1
Arcade - "Kingdom Within
Film follies; Century comedy.-
Majestic-Seymour Simons and
Ten Syncopated Serenaders;
Betty Compston in "The White
Flower;" comedy.
Orpheum - 'Confidence," with
Herbert Rawlinson; Paul Par-
rot in. "Bowled Over."
( Wuerth-Ben Turpin in "The
Shriek of Araby;" comedy,
"Single Handed;" Pathe news.
Stage-This Week
Garrick (Detroit)-"The Spring-
time of Youth," a musical com-
edy.
Shubert - Michigan (Detroit) -
Bonstelle company in "Span-
ish Love."
Whitney - Junior Girls' play,
"Jane Climbs a Mountain."
Try a Classified Ad-it pays.-Adv.

bers of the various choruses dance, the
spontaneity with which the lines are
given by the caste, and the general
coherence of the play are the cle-
ments which make this year's Junior1
Girls' play a decided success, accord-

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Lv. A. A. 8:00
Ar. Tol. 10:35
Cars Leave

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ing- to Miss Hamilton. What would you do if you had the
In comparing the Junior Girls' play choice between a career and marriage?
with the Michigan Opera the dean said Again what would you do if marriage
that the Junior Girls' play of this year would make your career? It is o
is a greater achievement in many re- question that is ever being discussed
spects than the Opera, especially con- and overdone yet it is cleverly work-

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3in's Daughters Raise Funds
Teach Sick Kiddies

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Annouine Engagement f
The engagemeit of Ida Maude
Buell, '25, of Big Rapids, Mich., to Ken-
neth Thompson, '24L, of Youngstown,
Ohio, has been announced at the Kap-
pa Alpha Theta house.
If that check didn't come, let "Jim-
mWi' sell something for you to .tide

Last year the King's Daughters of
Ann Arbor employed a teacher to in-
struct those children in University
,Hospital who were missing school on
account if illness. Because of the'
success of the plan, the same teacher
Nwas employed this year, with the re-!
sult that the children are not forced to
fall back in their studies when they
return to school. The teacher's salary,
is paid by the King's Daughters, who
raise the necessary sum through ba-
zaars, rummage sales and other activ-
ities.
This year, the organization will

A fur piece will give a final touch to your Easter
costume. And, at the low prices it will pay you
to come and make your selection now. An 'assort-
ment of summer furs of every description has just
been completed and awaits your inspection.
Fur Chokers as Low as $5

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the classifleds

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We've never had such variety and
quality as these new Society Brand
Styles for Spring. Every suit and top-
coat the last word in correct style,
tailoring and fabric-
There's something to please every taste.
Darnock Topcoats, suits of Berkley
Stripes,Persian Cords,RainbowStripes.
They're all Society Brand-for smart-
ness and individuality there's not much
one could add to that
Here the man who buys his clothes care-
fully will find exactly what he wants.
They're all clothes you'll be proud to
wear, clothes of long-run economy and
satisfaction.That's why we offer them.
Come in and see them while our stock
is complete.You will enjoy seeing them,
and we will enjo 'showing them.

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All the new colors and styles in
plain slip overs in importedmo-
hair. Fancy button front with
plain back and sleeve. Black'

Lingerie
Beautiful assortment of gifts for
.June Brides. Gowns with real
Irish or filet-stepins and slips to

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and Navy silk Tuxedos.

Every-

thing one needs from the plain
sensible looking sweater to the
dressy dress ones.

Ne gligees and Pullman Robes,
also costume slips in crepe de
chine-satin-silk and mercerized.

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Splendid assortment of sizes and styles-dimities in hair line and
wider stripe. Round and V-necks. A few voiles with real filet and
all hand rnade-$OO up.

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Chains, Soutoirs, Ear Rings and all the little accessories
a4 well dressed voman.

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TODAY

TOMORROW

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