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TH-E M IC H IGAN DAILY _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

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'IVomen Plan LTPiqvc Costumes British Woman's
GOES 0 ROMM, To
B o 0' Startles.
Fo r To n ig h t's' Masquerade
a SPEK HERE IONESRY
will be taken closed doors in. tlar- vern: societies are planning features. v
tc;,:,L3, Dey s ")cur come, the sounds 0j: The judges of the stunts are to he Lawrence J. Burlree Canadian sec-
, t,,; ., f7,-op II)TI'lA = nnAl thn Om -' T enxi lnnn T-Inmilton. Mrs_ T. R. F .ffin- r' ....., ... ...... ...... ,..... ..<... ? rrt #°v nF' a. rrnnrnitte err the fitl i

PROFESSORS LEC TURE

IInstructors in the publl'c speakin:
department -will act a s Judges. The
.,.vo t aniQ will be chose~z n neat wee'

Th, Mlle a pica,
at ll : t--J O is
atu iu.

Five TUniversity Extensioni ecture >' k ______nil_________, ivc x
we r e g Ce n in t hle s tate y es t e r d a y.A h n1"t R f g e
P7ro. lRobert W e l y of the phi l-as il I-. " e
losop h y (dep>art m en t, nart the G r and R? a lp - t e s a , 1 - 1 y A T )
iris li bra ry ;?]se h q e t o n " ~ O r e refu gees ar<ilc to be a d mi'i tted , i"1-
a New Era U pon U's"? ss c r d f r y pr at r le ; f ar
The lfiilsdaie College 1h111 Parent a e e p e s d f r s l t f 3,0
Teacher's a ssciation heard Prof. aw itng trnsortation from Asia
Jam es B3. E d-.- ndson, of the (lepart- ,1n r . 0, 0 o l e r q ie
anent of seuondary educatio1n, tall: take car: e of them,1.

Members of the cast for. the Ju.,ior1
Girls' play are requestfed to pay a$21
deposit -to Helen Deibridge at once. I
Wyvern picture for the Mich iganen-i
sian will be taken at 12:30 o'clo-~kIr
Mfonday at Dey's studio. All duesIt
must be paid at this time.rt
Members of. the 'Women's Faculty!t
club who wish to go on the hike this!
fternoon will meet at .2 o'clock 'at 629#1
Forest avenue. Tea will, be mad(}I
over the camp fire, each hiker provid-t
in~g her own drinking cup andl sand-

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i:1? V: 1; 'rm ith1in the middle ger, :lr;;. ,. 1R. Tlunmphreys, Mrs. T.
pane' ce hare an einphatic dliree- .1 Diekhoff, and Mrs. rT. . Rankin~.
im"7,c:,7 rat exaggerate that move- . Prizc willibeoa yarded for the pret-
nwn rPInc _ eccy is mystifying. No, tiest costuime, the ugliest, the most in-
pr~~e~ hvenot hegun for the JIuh - dixrid al, and for the most cleverly
1crspla:, ,t the seniors, Juniors, dressed group. Those who attend the
eohio-'erind Ire,;hmn are ever-I party will be charged only 10 cents
tgcacti1i rehcarsing stunts in hopes admission, while a penalty admnission
Of w,,jjainr the prize which is offer- of 25 cents wil be required from those
ed fcr thl e st ,tunt/to 1)e given at not in costume. Spectators wvill be
the fancy dross party of the Women':;s admitted for G0 cents.
league at 8 o'clock this evening irl After the grand march and the
1 arbour gynasium. In addition tol stunts, dancing will continue until 12
tine .stunts to be presented by each o, o'clock to music played by a Ted
tlthe ciw .c,'-. Mortarboard and NWy- Rhodes' orchestra.

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1 (.,utA Ay U.L La ut...t.J e 10 L 1JA t Vtt. *jc.!Ltlu-
men* of international boundaries

wiches. Mrs. Annings will lead the " r ii~ m sc o he J no Grs
walk. play are requested to meet at '4I
Th~ ann al anc dr ss art ofthe o'clock jMonday in Sarah Ca swell An-
Women's league will be given from 8 el al
to 12 o'clock this evening in Bar-
bo rgymnasium. Admission will be ~ (ii 1 ~ )e T~rhP Pu
10 cents for those who come in cos- Membership pins are being secured
tume, 25 cents for those without cos- by the present Freshman Girls' Glee
tumes, and 50 cents for spectators. chlb for the first timesicitfr-
ate h cu splanning neto sobtain
All houses wishinga to enter the in- a dlesign which' will 'be appropriate,
terhousae basketball tournament and for use in the future, the custom ofj
have not yet signed up are requested having pins to become traditional.
to notify Marianna Smalley at 334-R; A miniature lyre on which will be the
as soon as possible. letters F. G. G. C. and a bloek "M" 1
;Will be the design used.
In addition to the University tele-j Among various affairs which are be-
phone number 16, the office of the' ing planned for this club is a party
dean of women may be reached byf which is to be given by the University'
calling 3026- on the city line. ! Girls' Glee club in their honor Imn-
mediately after the beginning of the
All Y. W. C. A. pledges for the first new semester.
semester must be paid before the close1
of the present semester. Pledges may 1eii Charts to Show Coxtributiolls
be paid at the. office of Newberry hall.C Competitive charts of Women's
leag ue activities are b~eing made out .
Chaperones for the dances tonight and will appear in tomorrow's Daily.
are, as follows: Union-Mrs. Mabel! The averages of each league and sor- f I
Cake; Armory- Mrs. H. G. Berger. '!ority house for both b~azaar and other{
league activities are to be shown.
Members of the University Girls'" The charts will be posted in Univer-I
Glee club will meet at 11 o'clock this sity hall and Borbour gymnasium. Imriga etche' tdot
m orn ng a Ren sch er's stud o I
have a picture taken for the 'Ensian.I SENIOR LIT AFTERNOON DANCE,j
All girls who were notified of second today at the Union. 2:30. Couple,I
semester ,membership are also asked 35c; stag, 25c.-Adv. ,
to be present at that time. ----- -
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All junior women who are interested i ified ad find it for Yoni.-Adv. 1 I

ATC T E THEATERS I

questions" has been secured as the
next University lecturer. He will talk
at .4:15 o'clock next Wednesday aft-
-mnoon In roe-m B of the Law build-
ing, his subject being: "An Interna-
tional Experiment."
{His talk will consist of an explana-
tion of the work of the committee of
which he is Canadian secretary. The
talk will be of particular interest to
students of political science' and' gov-
ernment, as it will deal with what is
considered' to be one the most im-
iportant innovations in international
diplomacy in recent years.
Iii addition to his work on this com-
mittee, Mr. Bur pee is well known as
a historian, having published several
books in this field. He is particularly
Iwell. known as a student of Canadian
history. He has also held numerous
responsible political positions in tboi
Canadian government.
EDWIN MARX1IAitI, POET AND
WRITER, TO TALK TOMORROW1
Edwin. Markham, of Brighton, N:
+Y., poet, writer, and lecturer, will be
the speaker at the fifth of th6 Wes, j
leyan Guild lectures to be hield to-
morrow night in the Methodist
Ichurch. 11
the Markham became prominent aN
teauthor of "The Man. With the!
IHoe", published in .1899.I
}All of these lectures are free to thc ,
public, and are arranged by a special
fund of the Wesleyan Guild of the
lthodist church.1

tabohut "Why a Par.ent Teacher 's club?"
Prof. Ma r ion C. ';-e of th: e rhetoric
dlepartm nt, gave the fifth "Cello Lec-.
ture Recital" at Tenomn,,-ee. Prof.
3ruce MV. Donaldson, of the (depart-
mont of fine arts, delivered the3 third of
a secries, of eight lectures on "Amen-°
aa Sculipture" before the Lansing,
woman's club.
The Manstee Prnt Teacher's as-
ociation: heard Dr. E~.13. Pierce, of
the joint comminttece on public healthi,
talk about "The Prevention and Cure
J Tuberculosis".'

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E ISTE LLE COPANY
"THE rk'UNTAIM AN51
As, Played by Sydney Blackmer

Arcade-Peter B. Kyne's° "The
Pride of Palomar;" and the
new "Leather Pushers," feat-
uring Reginald Denny in "He
Raised Kane."
Majestic - Shirley Masonr in.
"Shirley of the Circus"; Uni-
versal comedy, "Just Dogs."

Orpheum-Viola Dana in "They
Like 'Em Rough" comedy and
news.
Wuerth-House Peters in "The
Man from Lost River"; Paul
Parrott comedy, "Mr. Hippo."

I

MrsMrs.iTibi. Howar,HoBrditsau
Mr.Hla oad rts uthor, better known M sH. Glynn-'Ward;
,recently arrived in Los Angeles 'for
her First visit from hier Vancouver
home. Her hook, "The Writing on
the Wall," caused a stir in Canadian
business and political circles. It is
an expe'mre relative to Japanese and
i;Chinese in 'British Columbia and the
Ipresence of a powerful drug ring
close to America's doors is much,
stressed.
ALPHIA, NUDEBATERS ELECT
OFFICERS FOR NEXT'SEXESTER.
Officers of Alpha Nu, campus 'debat,
ing society, for the coming :-semester
were elected at the meeting 'of the so-
ciety held Thursday night in the so-
ciety rooms in University. hill. They
are as followvs: president, J. K. Brum-
j baugh, '25Lj; vice-president, Elmer
Salzmnan, '25; secretary, Adolph Big-
Ige, '25; and treasurer, E. C. Prophet.
'24. Ralph D. Harper, '24, was chosen
i 1as' marshal.

Mlembers of the Mid-West debating
squad will meet this morning in room
'302, Mason hall to give six-minutq
talks oil any phase of the question
that is to be used this year. TPh'j
present squad of 22 men will be reduc-"
ed 0 14.

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Stage-T.his Week

Garrick (Detroit) - "To Love,"
with Grace George, Norman
Trevor and Robert Warwick
Shubert-Michigan (Detroit) -
Bqnstelle company in "The
Mountain Man."

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