14, 123 THE.ICHI.AN.DAIL
OItO WOMEN EWET
MICHIGAN RIE TAI_____ ____'
A bcginni ng Course in. aesthetic
\I: ' MrAT CJIT1 1 : YU:tlCDSAT'- danicing will be given at 8 o'clock
UR)A IT HREUNI. Mo -nday and Wednesday evenings inl
VERSITIEs 1Harbour gymnasium. Women electing
the course are requested, to sign on
Midhigan's womaen's rifle team was, the bulletin board in the gymnasiunm.
flefeated by the Ohio State university
team with 5a score of 858 to 894 in sophomore and freshman women
the contest hield Jan. 27. Each fltin who are entering the Univer-
-fired on its own rang e and the. -- sity iblis semester arc required to
j '; ng scores were rmai'l to tic rcpor t today to the depart "-
0mpposing team.,rjThe rifle used wass ment of jhysical education fin Barbourc
the 22-calibre Winche-ter withi gymnasium in order to make appoint-
inunition as issued by the govern- n-ents for physical examinations and
v ~ent, Five shots were talken fromr to register for classes.I
~ achi of the four firing positions:--_rI
frone, sitting, kneeling, and stared- All women who wish to join the class
Inso that the highest possible score1 in playground work which will be giv-
irany bone individual was 100. } en at 2 o'clock -Wednesday afternoons
~The total individual scores miade byfare requested to sign before 4 o'clock
the Michigan tean- were as follows: !,Friday on the bulletin board in Bar-
1Mida Abbott, '24, score,, 93; Francesj Oou= gymnasium.
H f,' ,scr N;'sh r ili,87; Bernice Gregory, '24, 87;,I,,eokay-r Mummers will hold a business meet-
da Popowska, '26, 86;, Anna' Wheeler, ing at 4 o'cllon' this t fternooP
'26, 86; LaBeryl Smart, '24, 85; In- at the yAlpha Phi houao.
grid,A#lving, '26, 83; H. Hartwig, 8 2;j
E~. Parrott, '26, 79. Acting as alter- W tomen who with to sell candy for
nate., Marian Lawless, '26, made a thme Women's league at the table in U-
score of $1, Virginia Cronin, '25, a iversity hall are requested to call lath-'
score of 80, and Beryl Schafer, '25, a eieKmlnna 2 omk r
T11 P mmbers of the Ohio Stat(t
rangenients for hours to sell.
team mxade the following scores: Twi*'
la Hessen, 96; LI.,nille Peters, 96;
Miriam Hawkins, 94; Eli zabeth Fal-
ter, 93; Laurella Sanders, .90; Ila
Thomas, 88; .Laura Cabell, 88; Mla,-
Seniors are asked to leave their or-
ders for Caps and gowns with Mlaalk
and3 Co. ar soon as possible.
garet Winkleman, 86; Blanche Coyne, ' Houses which have not turned in the
82: Lois Lampe, 81. slips for signing out for, the month o;.
The second contest for the women's J :anuary are asked to send them .ile-3
rifle tea~m will take place on Feb. 17 meitlIoteofc iDa et
inl room11 30 Engineering building llnmiltonl.
when Michigan's , team' will shoop Pyet nmmbrhplldC
against thoise of Syracuse, D3epauwy, aietonm brsp ldg j
and M,,ryland universities. Practice I cr the Womnen's leagurse will be takIen
for the contest v ill be. held on Wed- from 3:30- to 5:30 o'clock Friday aaft-I
nesday evening and Friday afternoon ernoon in Neva Lovewell's office in
of this week in room 330; Engineer- ;Hatrbour gymnasium. Reminders of
ing building.' Thee v ill be no pray:- pledges due have been sent out.
tics on Thursday afternoon. All those
who have been trying ou~t for teams P 1i Lambda Theta society will hold a
are- especially urged to atten d final Amee6ting at' 8 o'clock this evening ;It
practices before the choosing, of the J3CtSY arbour house. Member s areI
te am fbr Saturday's contest. requested to come prepared to pay se-!
Miss Ruth Draper, a character ar-
tist of international r'eputation; will
give a recit;I Friday evening, Feb. 3 t h ht e h arml e h
auspices of the American Association
of University women. Miss Draper's
repertoire is said to 'include more
than 50 impersonations, all -of whichk
During the war, Miss Draper pre-
sented her characterizations to var-
ious "units. of the American F:xpedi-
tinary forces in France, where she°
was received with enthusiasm. While
in Spain, Miss Draper gavre a per-
formance at. the royal, palace at Moad-
GVrippe Oise.,;Show Inceaise
Dr. Warren E. Forsythe, director o
the University Health service, reports,;
that many cases so-called grippe
and other ailments of a like nature
have been reported during the_ past
months. He states, however, that such
a condition is not unusual for thf.
time of the year.
I A TIZ THEATERS
Beginning today, secon~d hand bo-ks
ay be bought or exchanged lbtctwee,
11 and 12 o'clock and 3, and 4 o clot:,,,
in the League room in University hall.
Office hours of the undergradiua e
campaign office of the Women's league'
,Mill be from 1 to 3 o'clock every al't-
Wyvern society will meet at 7:30I
o'clock Wednesdahy evening, Feb. 21,
'at the Alpha Omicron Pi house.
Portia Literary society will bold a
regular"- meeting at 7:15 o'clock to-
morrow evening in room 302, Mason
The Freshman Girls' Glee cluo will
meet at 7 o'clock tomorrow evening
iii Barbour gymnasium.
The ca ,t of the Junior Girls' play
will rehearse at 4 o,'clock tomiorrow
The S ureme
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... fzctlon to the truly feminine person. She moust know.
T HZ~ Fashion Facts of the Hour will be set forths at our Annual Spring
Fashion Pageant to be-'gienat 7,30 o'cock Wednesday night o h
f second floor: , Spring wraps, the popular three piece costumes that make
such attractive street attire and yet with the Jacket removed are quite
appropriate. for any. afternoon occasion,- frocks for all occasions, the newest
} in millinery, :footwear and accessories, will be displayed at this style revue to
which" all- women :interested in what is, to- be worn .this spring are cordially
B. DICKEY, Class of '06-as Sir Guy of Gisbourne :, -
Arcade-Gloria Swanson in "ily
American Wife;" Leather
Push erg comedy, and Inter- I
Majestic- ELa~imme 11anies~in
and Colmway 1earle in "One
Week of Lv; Buster Keaton '
In "The Froze.n North;" J-I op
pictures and Mason and Dixon
Orpleu-"1Ier Majesty;" Coln--
edy and news.I
Wuerth- Douglas Fairbanks in
"Robin Hlood;" and Pathe _Re-I
Garrick (Detroit)--Al Jolson in
"Bomnbo;" a Shubert produc- I
tion3. - _
Shubert -':Michigan (Djetroit),-~--.-
13on1stelle comany in 'Oscar
WilIde's "Ladly Winnert~here's
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Tuesd(ay, 19 Juno(, to Saturday,
1 Sep tember
Second half begins 26 July
opp)ortunities, to work for
In the Cast--PAUL