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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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an on stu- for the Daily Illini yesterday. "By
e ago, the far the larger percent of women in
been the the university look down on the girl
s, attacks, smoker," the investigator said," while
he regula- many tolerate but do not admire- it."
s ago. The1 Apparently many women who smok-
re hurried- 'ed did 'not enjoy the practice but did
$15 apiece so for other reasons, according %to
(ect, a few observation.

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ahoma-To settle the question of
er women can put out a complete
without the assistance of men,
klahoma Daily will put tomor-
issue in the hands of a staff
osed entirely of women. They

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wa-Two hundred and fifty stu-
s registered for a short course in
6 construction and operation this
ester. The course includes no.
pictures of various phases of rad-
work and actual. demonstrations
, broadcasting and receiving sets.
Ln open meeting of the class last
day more than 600 radio fans list-!
to the lecture by C.:M. Jansky,
a member of Secretary Hoover's
erence on radio legislation.
nnesota-Already this year 445
ents have borrowed a total of
04 from the university aid fund.
only security given in every case
the word of honor of the borrow-
linols-Opinion among the women
ents thenselves concerning the
of tobacco by their sex was re-
ed by the questions of a reporter

will be the members of the Theta Sig-
ma Phi sorority.
Northwestern- The average co-ed
here, having unbobbed hair, spends
about 45 minutes daily "doing her
hair." It has been calculated that
the bobbed hair women, needing far
less time for this operation, save many
whole years of time.
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Teach Mah-Jong At
Chinese Tea House
Special instruction is being given
in the popular Chinese card game,
Mah-Jong, at the Mandarin teahouse
which members, of Collegiate Sorosis
are conducting at 1501 Washtenaw aw-
nue for the benefit of the University
of Michigan League fund. This after-
noon is the last time to take advant-
age of this unique opportunity to learn
the game.
Tickets for the dance the sorority is
giving this evening for the benefit of
tlhj league fund, may f be obtained
from any of its members.
SEVEN WOMEN TO ATTEND
MID-WESTERN CONYERENCE.
Delegates from Ann Arbor will leave
the first week of May to attend the
mid-wjst conference of the .Women's
Self-Governing association at Colum-
bus, Ohio. The conference will be held
from May 2 to 5. The delegates will
be Francis Ames, '23, the present
president Hpf the league; Helen Del-.
bridge, '24, and Frieda Diekhoff, '24,
the newly elected president and vice-
president of the league. There will
be four delegates from the dormitories:
Betsy Barbour, Adelia Cheever, New-
berry and Martha Cook each sending
one delogate.
Announce Marriage
Announcement has been made of the
marriage -of Ethel Williams, '22 and
William J. McGill, '19, which took.
place on April 7 at Fremont, Ohio.
The bride is a member of the Gamma
Phi Beta sorority and McGill, who is
an instructor in the pharmacy de-
partment, is a member of the Alpha.
Chi Sigma fraternity. The McGills are.
living at 927 Cornwall place.+
Remember "Jimmie the adtaker's"
number-960.-Adv.

Women
Senior Girls' play cast will rehearse
at 9 o'clock this morning in arah Cas-
well Angell hall.
Chaperones for the dances tonight
are as follows: Union, Mrs. M. Cake;
Armory, Miss Martha Hills.
The schedule for the spring tennis
tournament has been posted in Bar-
bour gymnasium. The first round must
me played off by May 8.
Michigan Dames will hold election
of officers at 8 o'clock Tuesday eveningj
at Helen Newberry residence. Every
one is urged to attend.
Masques' Plays
Well Received
Two one-act plays, presented by
Masques, were the feature of the Wo-
men's league party yesterday after-
noon. "The Person in the Chair," an
intensely interesting play, directed by
Velma Leigh Carter, '24,' held the at-
tention of the audience throughout.
Garibel Schmidt, '23, portrayed vividly j
the part of the Woman, who, because
of an, unhappy past, could never keep.
the love of the Person in the Chair.
Her voice is low and full, and seemed
peculiarly fitted to her part. Dorothy
Rockwell, '24, as the debutante, and
Nellie Rittenhouse, '25, as the friend,
were exceedingly good in their parts.
On the whole, the play was well acted.
"Mrs. Pat and the Law" was directed
by Theadore Burton, '23, and was ex-
cellent in detail. Mary Wiley's, '24,
characterization of an Irish mother,
with a no-account husband and a crip-
pled son, was splendid.' Rea Schlaak,

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x'24, as the worthless husband, portray-
ed some good facial expressions, and
her acting was good. Ruth Christian-
son, '24, whohad the part of the crip-
ple, Jimmy, gave an excellent imper-
sonation. Both plays showed careful
attention to details, and good director-
ship.

Graduation Approaches

Mumps Epidemic Low Among Students
Despite a light epidemic of mumps
which is prevalent in the city, there
are at present but four student cases,
Dr. Floyd M. Allen, of the University
Health service, said yesterday. Since
the opening of school last fall, but
ten cases of mumps among students,

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and four of them last
reported. This is co
ceptionally low mark
ice authorities.
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Arcade - Theodore Roberts in
"Grumpy"; Lloyd Hamilton in
"Extra Extra!."
MaJestic - "Safety Last," with
Harold Lloyd; animal picture,
"Man Versus Beast"; "Mrs.
Hippo."
Orpheum William Russell in
"The Great Night"; Leather
Pushers' comedy.
Wuerth-Colleen More and An-
tonio Moreno in "Look Your
Best"; comedy and news.

CARL F. BAY
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sity Extension lectures sched-
e delivered by the faculty this
11 consist of five lectures in-
two on health subjects. On
lay the Women's Community
Pinconning will hear Dr. WiI-
linsdale, ofthe Medical school,
ubject "Michigan Antiquities."
same day Prof. William D.
on, of the Extension division,
ak at the Consolidated schooll
y Creek.

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Garrick - Walter Hampden in
"The Ring of Truth," Sunday;
Monday, "Hamlet"; Tuesday,
"A New Way to. Pay Old
Debts"; Wednesday, "Othello";
Thursday, Friday and Satur-

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,terary Art club at Or-
oneLary r u r Shubert - Michigan - Second
on aLiving, or Merely week's showing of "Take It
g, and the two health i From Me," by Joseph M. Gaites.
U. Garfld Rickert willj
the Parent-Teacher's
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You'll enjoy Potash and Perl-
mutter in this newest Glass
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