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May 11, 1923 - Image 3

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TEMICHIGAN DAILY
Doyo.ue.lasi...as.ysem

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e class in girl scout leadership
meet at 7 o'clock this morn-
in Barbour gymnasium.
ere will be no more league parties
spring, because of the many oth-
ctivities' which will take place..
parties will be continued n ext
e second round of the tennis
anent must bo. played off by May
There will be no extension of

YASSAR
Alumnae
association
hold theira
at Barton HF
There wi]i
at 10 o'clock
officers will
ed anienduei
be acted ui
Rice, preside
will present
the Michigan
nie Cumnok
"Euthenics1
gett, who is
trustees of
inent througl

ALUMNE ~I[I.1 STYL~US INITIATES
HERE Louise J. Graham, 23, Dorothy
TOMORE1W Greenwald, 24, and Vivian L. MVcIon-
Id wom .ween'n atearysocietyluat
wopec'.,howereryiniteadsietylus,
of the Michigan branch a meeting held last Saturday night.
of Vassar college willj
annual meeting tomorrow
Lills Country club.
1 be a business meeting r
Stomorrow morning when!
be elected and" a propos-f
ant of the constitution will «
.on.* Mrs. Margaret Rose U
lent of the state branch, }
t"Leading Questions for'
u Association." Mrs. Min-
CBlodgett will speak onl
Up-to-Date". Mrs. Blod-j
6ne of the few women
Vassar college, is promI
;hoot' the east for her work1
fr n lt n-ne.I*~ rgin c, r ,v. Lw-1

Damon
"What did Professor Smith 1isean
i. this morn"ing when he tolm you
that no mian could 4nver make a
silk purse out or a sow's ear?" f
Pythias-
"Ile meant that I'd never be able
to do good work with a- poor pencil.
C~uess 'I'll ha:ve to greta I)ixon's.
Eldorado. Old1 Sxity says it's the
best drawing pencil madfe."
'CJ A~te -rawi calpe "
17 leads-mall dealers

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Follow
That. Hunch
to the
BLU -. GOLD
LUNCH
605 Church

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~University women who are interest-
ed in procurinig summer employment
at the mmer resorts are asked to.
inquire at the office of Dean Jean Ham-
ilton.
All women who wrish to take part in
the May-pole dance will meet at ,7
o'clock Tuesday evening, in Barbour
gymnasium.
The womicn who are to dance in the
pageant on Lantern night will meet
at 1 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in
Barbour gymnasium instead of at 4
o'clock today.
The group of foresters for the den-
ior Girls' play will meet at ":.30 o'clock
this afternoon in the basement of Bar-
hour gymnasium.
The cas t for the Senior' Girls' play
will rehearse at 9 o'clock- tomorrow
morning in Sarah Caswell An~gell hall,
A 10 mile honor point hike will start
at 9 o'clock frqim Barbour gymnasium
tomorrow morning.
FASHION SHOW AT Urw10

inL MOII; jU~iJLS ni4Ln nIursZIig move-
ment, and has been influential in in-.
stituting a course in homemaking at
Vassar.
At the luncheon which will be held
at 1 o'clock there will, be addresses
by Miss Ida Paine McKean, national
president of the associate alumnae,
and Prof. 0. J. Campbell of the_
lish department. Prof. Camipbell'si
subject will be "Expression in the
Modern Drama."
.More than 50 members are expected!
to attend. the meeting. There will bei
a luncheon today at Barton Hills for
the alumnae who may arrive a day
early.
Band Elections Declared Inval
Election of officers of the Varsity
band at the meeting Wednesday -was
declared invalid. Another election willI
take place Wednesday.
I AT TILE THEATERIS I

OSCX;' W/1LDC
A daring pictureA
fof the dazzling x
Salme.who;Jzas
created. a.furore
in droma4 ' in opera,
in song and story! w
And now a 'screen
., 'portrayal that
~jdelights the eye.
{and beguiles,;
> the senses! 4s
owi2.Cc-rc o9
CP(ZLES OW k- .,

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gamont As C
T ~to Mark.
aletter f
lh ding him

le opatra Said
Antony when he got
from Mrs. Mark bid-
1to comne on homne,
m't fool your wife."

iyou spend
Fritter it away at a. summer resort with unex.
pected' incidental expenses> piling up?
Or go to Europe on a basis of actual economy
-perhaps for less than the summer resort
outlay -- and have something real and worth
while to remember?
You. can do this if you book -via one of our
f cabin steamers. There are 14 of them - steady
sailers all -- including some of the finest ships.
I in the North Atlantic.
Accon odations as low as $115. You have th~e
best the ship affords i food and service fall
run of spacious decks, attractive public rooms,
all the pleasudres of a sum-mer sea voyage-itself
thec be ;t of vacations. Some of the most pleas.
ant friendships of your life may be-formed on
Write uis today for our booklet -"Your Trip
to Eiirope"- and detailed information.
214 Md1acsti^ IBI:; , Detroit, or F. Kuebler, Aiin Arbor, Phone 13 3.

Smoen--Today

Imiporteqd dresses of a kind that may
~e wore for summ,_-r formals will be
among 'Uhase exhibited at the fashion
show, given b)y the J.-L. Hudson Co.,'
on Wednesday, May 16, in the Union
ball room. The display is being giv-
en under the auspices of Betsy Bar-
bour house, and proceeds will go to
th~e Michigan Leagu~e," -
Correction,
The name- of Dorothy Bogan, 121,
who was elected chairman of the ,sen-
ior social committee Wednesday af-
ternoon,- was omitted from the list
printed Thursday. Charlotte Ermann,
'24, whose name was given as chair-
man, is a member of the comnmittee.'
Wads wrt h Delays on Aiiny Cost PactPai , M y 1 -( ,A. ) -E it
Wadsworth, assistant secretary of- the
Treasury of the United States, is
awaiting the Powers, deciroion on. sign-
ing the Arm'y Cost Agreement.

Lea Itice by, ii
Nith ad
Le' vis'.Stone.
Pauline Garon

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But what of the modern
husband w h o m, marriage
didn't blind to a pretty face?
Is the wife of to-day wiser
or just prettier?
What's the secret of keeping
husbands home?

(Arcade- - Gloria Swanson in
"Prodigal Daughters"; comedy,
news.
Majestic-Lon Chaney in "The
Shock"; comedy and news.
Orpheum -- Bjster Keaton in
"The Saphead."
Wuerth-Eimer Clifton~s ' Down
to the Sea in Ships" ; comedy,
"The Artist."-

SEE
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u George Mplford's
Pa ramount' Picture,

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Garrick- (Detroit)- Chauncey
Olcott in "The Heart of Pad-
dy Whack."

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