THURSDAY, MARCH G, 1924
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THE ICHIAN DILYPAGE T7
FAVATAM %a MAW
will represent that society in the Por-
tia-Athena debate which will be heldt
April 3. Each freshma nmember is
asked to prepare - a three minute
speech on the subject of "Unifori
Marriage and Divorce Laws."
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Sb. son to Speak on League
All University women are invited
t ;tnd the lecture on "The Origin
J ae League of Nations," which will
be given by Prof. Preston W. Slosson,
of the history department, at 7:30
o'clock tonight in room F of the Law;
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SOPHOMHS WIN CLASS
TITLE IN BASKETBALL
Displaying a superior brand of bas-
ketball the sophomore team of the in-
ter-class league took first honors yes-
terday afternoon when it defeated the
junior sextet by a score of 28-4q.
In the second game 'the freshman
team won from the senior aggregation
by a 25-17 score. The first game be-
tween the sophomores and juniors was
marked by the unusual speed which
was shown by the two teams while
close guarding featured the senior-
I SENIOR WOMEN TO OBTAIN
JUNIOR TICKETS TODAY
Senior women will be given
an opportunity to get tickets for
the Junior Girls' play, "Thank
You, Madam," from 2 to 5 o'clock
today at the Women's League
booth in University hall. Sec-
tions will be reserved for Mor-
tarboard and Senior society.s
This will be the only time when 1
senior tickets will be avail-
will have its next meeting at 7 o'clock
tonight in Newberry hall.
ON HOME I DITS NEEDS:
"The Home and Its Needs," was the
topic of the lecture delivered yester-
day afternoon in Alumni Memorial
hall by Miss Edith Douglas Deane, of
New York City.
"The outside appearance of a house
is an indication of the character of
those living within," said Miss Deane.
She emphasized the keeping of the
welcoming influence in the interior of
the home. Miss Deane stated that
simplicity, scale and color should be
considered iA the planning of the
furnishings, and that furniture should
be grouped in the living-room.
At 4 o'clock today in Alumni Mem-
orial hall, Miss Deane will give her
third lecture, "The Importance That
Color Plays in the Home," -under the
Auspices of the A. A. U. W: A few
fabrics will be used to demonstrate
the points in the talk. Single admis-
sion is 75 cents.
"LAST TIM ES
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Junior Girls' play practices for this
week are as follows:
Today; at 4, chorus 10; at 5 o'clock,
chorus 7 ;at 7 o'clock, chorus 6. Fri-
day, at 3 o'clock, chorus 13; at 4 o-
_clock, chorus 4; at 7 o'clock, cast-and
choruses for first and; se'cond acts.,
'Saturday, at 7 o'clock, cast and chor-
uses for first and second acts.
All practices will be held in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall unless otherwise
The Girls' Mandolin club will hold a
regular weekly meeting at 5 o'clock to-
day in Newberry hall.
The club leaders training course
WATCH YOUR STEP.
Senior cans and gowns must be or-
dered by Saturday. About 80 women
have not ordered theirs. If they desire
their cap and gown for the Juniorj
Girls' ploy, they must be ordered at
Women on warning or probation, are
requested to make appointments for
interviews with either Mrs. Hobart or
Nl ssBlood. before Saturday, March 8,
in the ouice of the dean of women.
Senior society will sell senior collars-
at the candy booth in University hall
fromi 1 to 5 o'clock, March 13, 14, 17,
and 18. This will be the only place to
obtain these collars, which will be thei
regulation size and shape.
Signing out slips for February and
delinquent ones for January must be
banded in by Saturday, March 8, at the
ofrice of the dean of women.-
Portia to Hold Tryouts
Tryouts will be held at the regular
meeting of the Portia Literary society
at 7:15 o'clock tonight, for the pur-
pose of selecting the freshmen who
Learn the Latest Dance
Steps for the Coming
You'll never forget
the Selwyn Produc-
u See It!
111 South Main.
111 South Main
111 South Main
reporters will get you-
if you don't watch out!
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2nd Flo,r (Chubb House
T a fad
'thousands of Yards of Sring's, Most
When she was good,
She was very, very good;
When she was bad,
She was a knockout!
She was a sharpshooter with dice,
pistols and souls. A reckless girl of
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