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W~omen

and freshman women'
n the annual apparatus
,Id at 4 o'cloclk this af-
rbour gymnasitun. The
wiperform on six'
ratus, tho parallel bars,.

Aesthetic dancing classes will be
held on, Wednesday and Thursday
this week instead of Mon day and
Wednesday ais usual.
'Tryouts for, the Senior Girls'-
play will be held from 4 to 6 o'clock
today and tomorrow in Sar-
ahi Caswell Angell hall. Those who do
ntot care to try out are requested to,
come at the same time to sign for
conntmitteo work.
jThere will be a mreeting of the Pan-
hellenic ball comilttee at 4 o'clock
today, in B~arbour gymnasium.
Freshmien who have not signed up
for posture examinations are request-
ed to do so at once in the o; lce" of
B1arbcur gymnasium.
Gymnasium classes will meet at the
regular class hours beginning with the
first day after spring vacation in Par-
bour gymnasiujm. All women taking
gymnastics are requested to report in'
street clothes to select their outdoor
fsports.

bership cardl or snot. Those who have
contributed fina-ncially but are no.t
member , may join during this week
at~ the time of registering. The officej
will be open for registration- every
day from 10 to 12 o'clock and from 1
1to 4 o'clocWz.I
MAR111NETElS TO Pi9PEAR 1
ill \14 im'v I 4isfor League le-Heft-1
ON -April 19
Harry Burnett' s marionettes wVill
once more, appear before the pub-
lic, this time in an entirely new pro-
gram. Two pejrformances will be giv-
en, on the afternoon and 'evenilrgof
April 19, in Sgaraih Cawell Aingell hail,
undcor 1the auspices of hi Beta Phi scar-
ority. The proceeds will be given to
the Michiigan League building fund.
"The Three Wishes' one of the plays'
to be given, is> an adaptation of an
old fairy tale. Also included~ in the
program. will be -"Andlrocies and the
Lion", the Rtoman f ibkl parodied by
George Bernard Shlaw.
A (dditonal feature.3 will be a tem-
peramnlltal viol~liit, an Italian toe
da'ncer andtw to n.-;roes in a Juba
daince. Each numbelr of the prog-Ian,
wvill be annlountced byV a clown, who will

appear in front of the curtain and ex-*
plain the act to the audience.
Quaidrangle to Heet Tonight
'Quadrangle society meets tonight at'
the homne of Prof. U. B. Phillips, 1954
Cambridge road. Prof. TZ. 1W. Sellars,;
of the philosophy department, willl read
a paper on the subject, "Soee Prob-
lems of Philosophy."
Patronize :Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
SHUSERT PaopA'Jtats. Tues.,
MI CHThuAs and Sat.,
!dight*, 50.75-$1.00
FARE~WELL WEEK
Last Performance Sun. Night, Apr. 8
TheI
1Bonstelle Company j
in the A. A. Milne Comedy
u PI-1I1 PASSES BY"
SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTION
A Homantic Tragedy
By Kenneth Raisbeck
"It is To ilaugh"
With GRANT )ITCLE LL and
THE MJG~a97EN[TSj

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thne rope
oblique
lad d(Ir(6,

The sophomore women who hatve
alified for the mneet are as follows:
the, parallel bars, Almna Crouse.
arlotte Eckert, Olive Fast, Lois Mil-I
, Mary Montgomiery, Celia White,
d Margaret White; in the rope lad-
rs, Grace Domboorajian, Martha
11, Nancy Harsh, and Blanch. Hull;
the serpentine travelling, Marion
gelow, Marion Lindsley, and Ruth,
chardsion; in theC swing jump, Jean n(
iggs, Mau'de 'Corey, Charlctte'
omwell, Dora Dodge, Myrtle Duns-
~Alphra Ladd, Clover Miller, and
rel Parks; in the horizontal ladder,
len Crowe, Elizabeth Drake, Olive
st, Alphra Ladd, L:Rabel Nichols,
inifred Pollock, and Sally Walzer; in
face vault, Marion Bigelow, M'ur-
Birmingham, Norma Dowbeer.
arlotte Cromwell, Helen Crowe, and
elyn Smith.
thie freshmen who will be in th(,
ntest are: in the rope ladders, Es-
r Arnovits, Florence Harnan, Fran-
Huff, Dorothy Parton, Anna Wheel-
Cynthia Smith, and Josephine Weil-,
in the window ladders, Marion
elowv., Marguerite Cummings,
.on Lindsley, Marie Reed, and Al-
Young; in the oblique vault, Hel-
Adler, Marion Bigelow, Marguer-
Cummings, Alice Langthorn, Joase-
ne Weiler, and Helen Wicks; n
fence vault, Ruth Carson, Jose-,
ine Clark, Mary Downs, Pearl La-
h, Cleo Nicolai, and Elizabeth
npkins; in the horizontal ladders,
rion Bigelow, Theresa Johnson,
rion Lindsley, Beulah North, Eliza-]
,h Trompkins, and Alice True; in the
ng jump, Ruth Carson, MargueriteI
mmigsAlice Lang;thorn, Marian
wle'ss, Gertriftl e Mohler, and Flor-
,e Probst.
fl0ohor Points Count
'oints won by individual first, sec-
1, and third place will count to-
rd the score of their class, as well
toward their own honror points.
,ss points will be figured on a basis
0 which is the sum of the number
points which can be won .in the en-
contest. Three points will be giv-
for first place in any event, two!
second, and one( for' third.,,in the
aratus meet' held last year the
thomores. had 32 points to their 4
flit while the fre.,hmen had 4.
ridividual honor points will counitol w : or q aiy n ,f rth
et, 10 points; for winnping first placef
ong all the contestants, 60 points;
second place, 30 points; and for
d place, 10 points.
Lrelay race has been planned in
ition to the regular events. Pre-j
nary hieats, to determine the run-
s, will be held just before the race.
ecisions in the meet will be given
form except for the swing jump
pr-elimiinary tryout for that piece
1beg for the best form at three+
twhile the final contest will be for
-lit. The contestants will be allow- I
to use either one or two' ropes.
'imd that lost pin through the clas-
d columtn.-Adv.-
'atronize Daily advertiser9.--Adv.

The wonmen's league, will receive'
10 per~ cent 'on all purchases made by
students and residents- of Ann Arbor
at Himiehoch's in Detroit next week. .,
There will be a; Michigan student inj
the office on the first floor to register
these customers as they colie in. This
plan will be carried out only during
the week of spring vacation.
The next meeting of the BusinessI
Women's club will be held at '7 o'clock
Tuesday night, April 10, in Lane hall.
Slips for signing out for the month
or Mkarch are over due and' must be
brought immediately to the office of
Dean Jean Hamilton.
Members of the cast and choruses of
the Junior Girls' play, may receive
thleir refund from the $2 play deposit
from Helen Delbridge, between 3 and.
5 o'clock iThursday, in Barbour gym-
nasium.- All money - not claimed at
this time will be turned over to the.
W'omen's league fund.
Senior women who have not receiv-.
ed order blanks through the. mail may
order their commnen cement invitations'
and announcements from 2 to 4 o'clock
tc ay an~d tomorrow 'at the booth in
University hall. Orders will nrot be
taken later than tomorrow.
KD D IES.'TO SEE
MUMMERS PLAY
Tomorrowy afternoon Mummers wifl
present a short play, "The Excuse,",
for the children in the hospital. The
cast is as follows: JTed, Phyllis IBelth,
'24; Jock, Cornelia Shepherd, '25; Lit-
tle Boy, Winona Cutddy, ' 24; Little
Girl,. Dorothy McFarlen, '24; ld La-
dy, Margaret Keil, 124.
SPlans have also been made 'for a,
party for' the League, to be given dur-
ing the first week , in May. Tryouts'
for Mummers'9will be held from '3 to
5:30 Tuesday and Wednesday after"
noons, ApilU 24 and 25, In Sarah 'Cas-
well Angell hall. All freshmen and
other womnen who are interested in
dramatics are urged to be present.
TOMEN MUST REGISTER TO
VOTE FOR Y. 11. C.' A. OFFICERS
Only those women who have reg-
istered at Newberry hall before Sat-
urday, April G, will be privileged to
vote at the coming election of Y. W.
C. A. officers. Houses 'on the campus
Imay send one representative- to reg-
ister for all Y. W., C, A. members in
her house. Women will be required
to register whether they have a mnem-

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Away, Dull Care!
Vacation time will soon be here

The1Mos Delightful Stage Flay of the
GT en_ ieration Now on the Screep
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tN STA6 eRViORMA~JCr
K . Is /A rmv~
The Beloved A merican Actress
i the s,;me role she imidel famous ht the stage
PRESENTED WITH A UNIQUE
SONG PROLOGUE
Featuring
e THE FOUR SINGING USHERS

Then we will all be bounding merrily
homneward-or at least will be going to
visit with roommate or friend. What is
worse than :going away in those shabby_
old clothes? Why not come down some
dlay this week and inzspect our stock .'Of
good looking suits, wraps aiid stunning
frocks?

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