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THl-E MICHIGAN DAILY

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All former residents of Helen New-
Sberry residence, are invited to a tea
and dance to be given at tho dorito ry
Sfrom 4 to 6 o'clock this afternoon.
~There will be no league party to-
Wyvern will meet at 8:30 o'clock
"Monrday evening at Helen Newberry
residence.

Dean Jean Hamilton returned to k fl I g ~intent of the Women's League and wo-
Ann Arbor yester day after spending t' m7 i.f Ynf~ en 's editor, of The Daily, holding oo~h-;
the spring vacation with her parents o l JE~.J IL~U ir positions on the campus as well.'
in New York City. I Cii a r n~R~IEiNT Mrs. R. E. Bennett of Buffalo, exten-!00 ENI;Niovcepsdntwlatnd ih
IPayments for lift, remberships to Mrs. Irving Brown of East Orange, N.
' th Womn's eagu -shuld e mae jJ., who '.s national inspector, and Mrs.I:
the ome's eage shuldhe ade The eastern province of Alpha Chi Alta Allen, Loud of Albion, a former
as coon as possible. Checks may be, Omega will hold its bi-annual conven- grand president. Mrs. John Ritchie ofl
j mailed to Dorothy Wyli ,152 Bald- tion here this week end. The states Battle Creek, former chaperone of theI
w in avenue. of Illinois, Ohio, and Michigan, com-,.local chapter, will also be in Ann Ar-II
posing the province, will be repre- ! or.
buo to conflicts with other enter- !seinted by more than 40 delegates, ex-
prise-, to be riven for The benefit of elusive of alumnae and members of ; aro etelG v
the Un iversity of Michigan League the local chapter. iod? 2 iv
buiilding fund, the Panhiellenic ball A business meeting will follow a '
has b cen postponed until next fall. breakfast at the chapter house to- Re lIi n
morrow morning. In the evening a
The Faculty Women's club will give ' formal banquet and dance will be giv- Tiny people, seemingly realizing aI
I a bridge tea Tuesday, April 24, at the i en at the Union. On Sunday, a recep- child's dream that dolls might come t'i"_
residence of Mrs. Burton. Members tion to be held from 8 to 5, o'clock will life, sang, danced and talked in an
who wish to have tables reserved .may give the delcgates an opportunity to amazing fashion at the two perform-
call Mrsn. Bates, 728. The price of a meet the Michigan faculty. During ances of Harry Burnett's marionettes ;
I table is $8.I the convention the sorority represent- yesterday afternoon and evening, in
______atives will be guests of alumnae in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
There will be a matinee musical Ann Arbor.I The acts were preceded by an ex-
for children at the Michigan UnionI Among the prominent oifficers whoa planation by Pierrot, the clown, who

eous." "Androcles and the Lion" told lI
the story of anz early Christian and his
wife, who dejplored the fact that they,
were in the same class with atheists.
When, after he had befriended a most
terrifying lion, the animal became_
friendly, Androtles pref erred to *go
off with the lion rather than stay
longer with his shrewish wife.
"While these proved the most popular
numb ers, an Italian toe dancer, a vio-. 5
linist and a second play, "The Three
IWishes," were received with delight
by both children and adults.
Wed. Mat.- Se ftto 2.1S
GARRICK S ,*LI
EDDIE CANTOR IN
"MA4KE IT SN(APPY' ;=
REMARKABLE WINTER GARDEN '
SUPERB-RE~VUE :I

ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY
TSHE WAGNERIAN FESTIVAL OPERA
ORCHESTRA HAJL-DETROIT
Sunday, April 29th-Matinee--."Hansel and Gretel"
-Evening-"Meistersinger"
Monday, April 30th-"Tannhauser"
Tuesday, May Ist-"Lohengrln"
Wednesday, May 2nd-"Tristan and Isolde" (Matinee)
Tickets at Grinnell s-Detrolt
PRICES
Flvenings --$1.00-$2.00-$2.50-$3.00-$44.00-$5.00
Matin e e---$1.00-to-$ 4.00.
Mail orders for seats may be sent to G~rinnell Brothers, Detroit.
Such orders will be filled in the order in which received.

Mummners, women's dramatic or-l
Sganization, will hold spring tryouts'
from 3 to 5 o'clock Tuesday and from
3 to 5:30 o'clock Wednesday after-
,~noon in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
SAll women on the campus are eligible.
Members of the club are expected to
attend tryouts.
STh3e Senior Girls' play committee'
4~will meet at 7'0 o"clock tomorrow'
Smorning at Barb our gymnasiumt.
E1letions for Y. W. C,. A., the Ath-!
letic association, and the Women's
league will take place from 8 to 5
> o9'clock Tuesday, in University, hall.
i=A Gymnasium classes will meet at the
Sregutlar cla-s hours today in Barbour
gymnasium. All women takin rg gym-
r astics are requested to report in their
Sstreet clothes to choose their outdoor
Ssports.
N _
'Chaperones for the dances this week
Send are as follows: Union, Friday,,
Mrs. Yates Adams; .Armory, Friday,
Miss Martha Hills, Saturday, Mrs. IT.
° Berger.

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Saturday afternoon, under the aus- will* be present at the gathering is
pices of the Faculty Women's club. Marguerite Clark Miller, '21, of De-
,Mrs. Phillip S. Moxon, of Springfield,'troit who is province president. WileMs.wilgvawhtin;porminheuvriyMs.ilrwsAe-

sbothw praised, and criticised. Uncle
Joe, an old negro, not only fang, but I
splayed the Tanjo, for Linda'. dancing,
characterized by Pierrot as ' outrag

The'lcre wi
~the Michiga
day evenini
dence. Prc
I some reads
Lintr y ini
tournament1
on the bull(
nasiu m.

ill be a regular meeting of
an Dames at 8 o'clock Mon-C
ig at Helen Newberry resi-
of. George Wilner will give
ings.
ito the interhouse baseball'
tmay be made by signing
letin board in Barbour gym-

TO-DAY
AND
TO-MORROW

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jNames of all sophomore women
who have not yet paid the $1 tax for
the Freshman Spread have been post-
ed in the registrar's office and in Bar-
h our gymnasium. This tax should be
paid immediately at the office of the
dean of women.

CHARLE.S JONES
IN
THSE FOOTLISGHT RANGER

AND

0Soldy o#f Lxpressive Dress
W RILIE you may not find it in the curriculum; the study of
how to select garrnerts that interpret effectively your own
p: monality is one of the mo~st~ important things to learn.
Wkhen you have dscovered wvhat HousE of YOUTH1 Suits,
Wraps and Dresses can. do toward helping you produce the
imnpression of grace, poise, 'and attractiveness you will be a post-
graduate in the art of Successful Dressing. :

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REGINALD DENNY IN
"THELEATHER PUSHERS"

"What is Modern r
eganswers the ques-
tion in the.d
Alfred,
Kreymbur
NEXT SUNDAY j
MICHIGAN DAILY
IHI111fil l tltl lfh i flllll iIi n~lf

g "What was the matter,
with Professor Henry this
morning? I've never seen
f ~him so peeved. Ile seemed
9 to be boiling over."
,Pythias-
"Boiling over is good,.lHe
was." Didn 't you notice
why? The old boy had mis-
laid his Eldorado pencil."
"Se aS'trd. Z;7gezdl
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$5.5O- 18.50

in Springtime Colors

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'JUS T ARRIVED1
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NEW SHIPMENT OF
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Novel nweaves; original styles

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NEW MODELS
NEW FABRICS

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.utz Clothing Store,
ca DOWooTOWN qs

T hisr sleeveless Jacket is v;ade
of miohtair, in tan, wilh a novcl
w-ripe in brown. $1o.50.
Aurora is the nante of a new
shade in vcdtich this silts and
wool slip-over oppears. y 1.50.

An all-silk t1u.redo ; a y r c.
4 stylerc rl a.r;'.':'d t'j ',;:crt'
sports wear.
Daringjly colored is tis red
silke slip-over with :its strikbzyr
c6rop-shttch plaid o. -

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In outr nezo fas/ion
vi agaz ine-"- V uCcess
inl Dress"--you will
1n42 manryhelpfIul
sngg, stions. T Iv e
1-oUSE of YOUrTI
s/lop in f4ur vicinity
Aas a copy for Yozu
Or write us direct.

3 Avenue De L'Opera, Paris

THEHOUSE OF YOUTH
38 EAST 29THx STREET, NEW YORK

AI smarl shop near
you is no'v' featuering,
HOUSE OF YOUTH.
Styles for Spring.
If! you do not find
is easily, write its.

F.DAY AND CO-DAN AAND
_ SATURDAY SATURDAY
7:00-8:30 J 2:00-3:30
'-.4
- S1IOWING AT REGUTLAR PRICES
Pooitively The Greatest Novelty
Melo-drama Tb" t wa Ever Made
-I'sMarelus
Never before a story like this! Never before such a- scene to;
.. set afire the imagination! A floating island of wrecked shxipsf;
held in the grip: of the Sargasso Teal A .Colony of men ruled
- daughter of a milliaire, a detective.'and 'his prisoner! T
_ Treasure chests centuries old! Pirate gold! 7ist and gun~f
Sfights across the tittink hulks! A battle fbr a salvaged, sib- r
Smarine! Never before such adventure! R~omance! Drama!
M. C LEVEE
- Presents a Persoal Drce
.. MAURICE
TOURNEU
EPRODUCTION
Prom the story by
1= ~CRITTEMPEN MA RRIOTT
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