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7,1924THE MICH-IGAN DAILY

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were taught to(Cig our color sin~agton Juniors ( ivVo Ycll
schemes from nature, using, for in-j The University of Washington event'
. j o.stance, a moth." which corresponds to our Junior 1
IThe lecture today w ill be at 4:451 Gils' play, is the Junior Girls' vodvil
o'clock instead of at 4'o'clock, asor which was recently presented there
iginally announced, but tomorrow it !with great success. It consisted of two
Iwill be giveni at 4 o'clock as usual ii musical acts, a tumbling act, costume
Of[ DSC SSS Alumni Mmra hall. The theme n ldi allroomr dancing, and a feature
will The American, Homre" andi act, Tiarlequi nadre in Green and Or-
]flfl~flI~ ~ OIH~pictures will be employed to illustratej ange."
VOIIIU yrUUL~lit.Sinle dmisin i 75cens.LaBeryl Stuart, '24, and Frieda

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o'clock, dress rehearsal of the cast

PROFESSOR BARTLETT
MWILL SPEAK TO CLUB
Adopting as it' purpos e the aim of
helping every Michigan woman to d-
cide her vocation, t he new vocational
club formed on the campus will inau-
gurate its work with a lecture by Prof.
Y. H. Bartlett, of the department of
pu~blic health nursing,, at 4 ocelock to-
day in the Y. W. C. A. parlors in New-
berry hall.
The club plans to carry on its wvorkj
through the medium of women speak-'
ers whbo are experts in their field. It
is the aim of the club to put women
into direct touch with practical knowl-
edge about some fields open to them.
It is hoped that through conducting
such a series of talks, the women may
be directed in paths otherwise closed
to them.
Notices U
Senior caps and gowns must be or-!
Jred by tomorrow. About 80 wom en
liav enot ordered theirs. If they desirej
heir cap and gown for the Junior
Girls' pla~y, they must be ordered at
n ce.
Women on warning or probation, are
equested to make appointments for
ntorviews with either Mrs. Hobart or
disc Blood before tomorrow in the of- I
ce of the dean of women.
Signing out slips for February and[I
elinquent ones for January must be1
azided in by tomorrow at the office of
hie dean of women.
Additions have been made t~o the re-
arsals of the Junior Girls' play.
he corrected list stands as follows:
today, at 3 o'clock, chorus 13; at4
'clock, chorus 4; at 5 o'clock, chorusl
at ? o'clok, cast and choru~ses for
he first and secon~d acts. Ton iorrow,
t(9 o'lock, chous 8; at 10 ocok

and choruses for the first and second'
acts.
Every mnember of chorus -4 of the
Juinior Girls' play is requested to bring
a flashlight to Alphra Ladd' at Betsy
Barboui' house immediately.
P an-o groun of the Student League;
of Matinee Musicale will meet at 3
o'c lock today in- thle School of Music
to elect a group chirm nan .
Dres rehearsal for every one in the
Junior Girls' play will be held at 71
o'clocok tomorrow night.
See tbtt Union Parade Today
Attend the Fair Tonight

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In her third lecture onin terior de- HO SSjMT E
coration under the auspices of A. A. TO HONOR COUNCILi
U. ; X. yesterday afternoon,I Miss Edith
IDouglas Deane spoke on the "Imrport-, 02O the ha_Ls of( sclholarsh~ip record.)
ance That Color Plays in the- Home." a<.d participt ion in camnpus activities,'
Mis Deane introduced the subject (of three more League houses have been
color by mentioning the importance of asked ta" join the Honor council of
design in obtaining beauty: League houses. They are Fall house,
SShe illustrated the point withi stere- 1Fa uihals house, and 'Caughey house.
oxtican slides of balanced interiors., . m besothnwhnrho-
(After discussing the complimentary j s as well as those of the six charter!
colors and their uses in the room, Miss houses of the council will be enter-!
(lDeane said, "Taking colors from na- tapied at a tea and dance to be given
tiure gives a wonderful proportion of by the board of directors of the W(-

Bank, '27, have 'been accepted into
Athena Literary' society as the result
of the second tryout held this se-
miester. Initiation will take place next
Tuesday.

WATCH YOUR STEP

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reporters will get you-
ifyou don't watch out !

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Aie amounts to use.

In school

~e men's League, from 4 to 6 o'clock to-
d" (ay at Martha Cook building.

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$10. Others, $6' to $22.50.
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