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SWIMMING MEET WILL
ATURHSEEN EVENTS
INDIVIDUAL AND CLASS HONORSI
WILL BE AWARDED CON. i
TESTANTS

SENIORS MUST RESERVE EI WO
PIAY TICKETS MON~DAY E T
" The remainder of the tickets SDPPER H M1A1
for senior performance of the
Junior Girls' play, March 18, will I CA. , GOWNS TO 1IE FIST
be issued to senior women from ! APPEARANCE NT ANNUAL I
1 to 3 o'clock Monday in Univer- AAA I; NUL
sity hall. Sections will be re- EVENT
served for Mortarboard and Sen- f
for society, senior officers and The senior supper for senior women
cabinet members of the Women's will take place at 5:45 o'clock on!
Athletic association senior of- Tuesday, Marci 18, in Barbour gym-)

Committee Plans Lectures on "American ame"
FelGroups' "The American Home," was the sub-
eo s p G u sject of a lecture given by Miss Edith
f Deane yesterday afternoon. The talk
The world fellowshi committee of was illustrated by many slides of in-
the^ Y. W. C. A. has organized two terior views of early and modern
groups for their coning meetings. One homes. Fireplaces, panels, ceilings,
is to be held at 4 o'clock on Monday and hallways were described in detail.
at the Y W C A Th - "No house is really interesting,"
cusshenY.WllCbenThe topic of dis said Miss Deane, "if it is furnished
cussion will be 'on the internationalby sets of furniture, and not an as-
relations of the world fellowship sembly 'of fitting pieces. You loseI
work. This discussion will be lead by much when you get away from sim-
Miss Mary Ross. plicity of lines and color in your fur-
The second group will hold their dis- nishings."
cussion at 3 o'clock on Tuesday at Today at 4 o'clock in Alumni Mem-
the Y. W. C. A. The topic of discus- orial hall Miss Deane will give her
sion at the this meeting will be "So- fifth lecture on interior decoration.
cial Standards," lead by Miss Helen C. The subject will be on "Keeping the
Bishop. Any woman interested in these House Awake." Single admission is
subjects is cordially invited to come. 75 cents.

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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN

EARL V. MOORE, Musical Director

Michigan swimmers will be given the
opportunity to display their form and
speed in the first all-campus swim-
ming meet to be held at 4 o'clock,
Thursday, March 13, in the Y. M. C.
A.
Seven events will be featured in the
meet, including the 20 yard free style;
20 yard back stroke; 40 yard free
style; crawl for form; breast stroke
for form; relay race and diving. Wo-
men who sign up for diving will be+
expected to do the plain front, plain
back and front Jack knife besides two
others of their own choice.
Individual honors as well as class
juniors will he awarded in the meet.
Qualification for the meet entitles the
woman to 10 honor points. First place
in themeet, 30 honors; second place,I
20 honors; third place, 10 honors.
Entry blanks may now be secured
from Miss Elsie Erley, of -the physical
education depart ient, in Barbour
gymnasium. Entries will be accepted 1
until Wednesday afternoon. All wo-
men on the campus who are interested
in swimming are urged to come out
for the meet.

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ncers and cabinet members of nasium.
the Y., W. C. A., senior class of- + Senior women will wear caps and
ficers and members of the social nI wmnwllwa cp n
ot oi gowns to the supper for the first time
Allseiosthis year. After the supper they will
All seniors including those in go in a body to the initial showing of
the reserved sections must o- the Junior Girls' play. Seniors of the
tain their tickets Monday. Tick- University School of Music and the
ets not called for at this time Nursing school o have been invited to
will be sol. attend the supper.
Mrs. Marion L. Burton, Miss Jean
Hamilton, Dr. Margaret Bell, Mrs. Amy
S. Hobart and Miss Mildred Sherman
rennounced as patronesses.
PROFSSOD ARTIETTr uTickets, which are 85 cents, will be
on sale next week at University hail,'
and also at the various sororities.
league houses, and dormitories. Sen-
iors are urged to purchase their tick-
Prof. B. H. Bartlett, of the depart- ets before or on Friday, March 14, as
ment of public health nursing, opened there will be no sale of tickets after
the first meeting of the Vocational club that date.

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Walking Oxfords

Notices
Senior caps and gowns must be or-
dered by tomorrow. About 80 women
have not ordered theirs. If they desirei
their cap and gown for the JuniorI
Girls' play, they must be ordered at
once.
Additions have been made to the re-
hiearsals of the Junior Girls' play.
The corrected list stands as follows:
At 9 o'clock~, chorus 8; at 10 o'clock,
chorus 1; at 11, o'clock, chorus 3; at 71
o'clock, dress rehearsal of the cast
and choruses for the first and second
acts.
Every member of chorus 4 of the
Junior Girls' play is requested to bring
a flashlight to Alphra Ladd at etsy
Narbour house immediately.
Dress rehearsal for every one in the
Junior Girls' play will be held at 7
O'clock tonight.j

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by a talk on public health nursing.
yesterdayrat the Y. W. C. A. parlorsJ
in Newberry hall. The club has
been formed by the women of the Un-
iversity to enable them to get into di-
rect touch with practical knowledge
about some fields of work open to
them.
Professor Bartlett, in her discussion,
brought out the great necessity of
health to the public health nurse.
A nurse not only brings air but she
also teaches wherever she goes. There
are three particular fields of nursing,
educational nursing, industrial nurs-'
ing and Red Cross nursing. There
is a great field of work opento wo-
men, Professor Bartlett believes. 1

Women Organize
Voter's League
Organization of a junior league of
women voters is assured at Ohio State
university as a result of- action by the
citizenship committee of the Women's
Student council. The league is to be
non-partisan and its principal pur-
pose will be to develop a sense of civic
responsibility among the women.
Hielen F. Cherington, Y. W. C. A.
president, stated that the University
is in need of a non-partisan organiza-
tion in order that quibbling over such
matters as participation in the pro-
posedmock presidential convention
may be avoided. It is the desire of
those in charge toorganize the league
so that it may take part in the con-
vention.N

S MARiT-a: a walking-
oxford should be-
Yrt conforming to every
line and action of the
foot, DOROTHY DODD
Pedo-Praxic walking
,"hoesare ideal for those
N- ho, during the long
hours of the day's rou-
tine, have wished for
such flexibility and ease
in a shoe as would give

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(MACK'S MAIN FLOOR)

Give Up iDnnerg for New Stadium 1
Going without their dinner on Tues-
day nights is the 'novel method select-
ed by members of the Scottish Rite
dormitory at the University of Texas,
for raising money to pay the $1,5001
which they have pledged toward a new
jtadium. Fortunately this does not
prevent the women from accepting
dinner dates on Tuesday evenings and
their loyal spirit will probably not,
go entirely utawarded.

Plan Dormitory at Indiana
Plans qjre well under way for a
$300,000 dormitory at the Universityl
of Indiana which will house about
150 women. At present the women
students are distributed in about 180
different houses in Bloomington. Work
on the news dormitory will begin be-
fore June and it probably witl be
ready for use before the second se-
mester.

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Attend the Fair Tonight

Junior women who can usher for 4l
six performances of the Junior Girls
play and who would like to have their
names put on the usher list are' re-,
quested to call Charlotte Blagdon, at'
2597, immediately..
March payments on life membership
subscriptions to the University of
Michigan League are due and payable
to Charlotte Blagdon, 602 Monroe 1
street.
Soph Superiority
Proved1By Tests
Some justification for the notorious.
sophomore sense of superiority over
freshmen may be found in the results
f Smith college intelligenceJ tests
hich were published in the New Fork
'Times.
These prove that the students' great-
est gain in intelligence is made be-
tween the first two years of college.
The next greatest gain occurs between
sophomnore and junior years and dif-'
erez ce between junior and senior i-'
felligece is least. They also showed
that the younger girls in any class are
4ikely 'to be more intelligent than the
older ones.
School Director Speaks
Miss Edna N. White, director of the
Ierrill-Palmer school of Homemaking
n Detroit, gave a short talk on "Wo-
xnen's Work in the Home and Com-
piunity," Thursday, night at Martha
hook building.
Attend the Fair Tonight

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Preliminary Announcement
First Concert---Wednesday Evening
SOLOISTS
EMMY KRUEGER, Prima Donna Soprano.
Munich, Madrid, Berlin and other European Operas
(First American Tour-First time in Ann Arbor).
PALMER CHRISTIAN, University Organist
THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA
Frederick Stock, Conductor.
Second Concert---Thursday Evening
SOLOISTS
CLAIRE DUX, Prima Donna Soprano
Chicago Civic Opera
ROYAL DADMUN, American Baritone
(First time in Ann Arbor).
SYLVIA LENT, Violinist
Young American Star. (First time in Ann Arbor).
CHORAL WORKS: "SEADRIFT" by Delius
(First time in America.)
Choruses from "B MINOR MASS" by Bach.
THE UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION
THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA
Earl V. Moore ad Frederick Stock, Conductors.
Third Concert---Friday Afternoon
SOLOIST
ALBERTO SALVI, Harpist
A Master Virtuoso
(First time in Ann Arbor.)
THE CHILDREN'S FESTIVAL CHORUS
George Oscar Bowen, Conductor
Fourth Concert---Friday Evening
SOLOISTS
SOPHIE BRASLAU, Contralto
Metropolitan Opera Company
TITO SCHIPA, Tenor
Chicago Civic Opera Company
(First time in Ann Arbor.)
THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA
Frederick Stock, Conductor.
Fifth Concert---Saturday Afternoon
SOLOIST
HAROLD BAUER Master Pianist
THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA
Frederick Stock, Conductor.
Sixth Concert----Saturday Evening
SOLOISTS
DUSOLINA GIANINNI, Soprano
American-Italian stellar artist.
(First time in Ann Arbor.)
FOREST LAMONT, Tenor
Chicago Civic Opera Company.
(First time in Ann Arbor.)
VICENTE BALLESTER
Metropolitan Opera Company.
(First time in Ann Arbor.)
CESARE BAROMEO, (Chase Sikes)
La Scala Opera Company.
(First time in America since going to Europe five years
ago.)
CHORAL WORK: "LA PRIMAVERA" by Res-
pighi.
(First time in America.)
THE UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION
THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA

Earl V. Moore and Frederick Stock, Conductors.
PRICES FOR COURSE TICKETS:
All mail orders will be filed and filled in the order of receipt.
If any block becomes over subscribed, seats will be selected from
the next following block and refunds made accordingly. Festival
coupons from season Choral Union tickets will be accepted at
$3.00 each up to April 5; after that date they will not be accepted.
BLOCK "A" $7.00-All seats remaining (if any) in sections 2-3-4 (three

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Notable Supporting Cast, Including

A Victor Schertiuger Production
-ADDED-
"KEEP GOING"
It's a Century Comedy

MITi~ON SiLVII

GERTRUDE CLAIR

WALLACE Md))ONALD

ALSO

Tolhurst's Microscopic Pictures of Insect Life
B. . KEITH VAUDEVILLE FEATURE
'A Carnival of Venice"

STARTING TOMORROW

'E°OM, and TARK1101CT011! Z

COMING SUNDAY
"WEST OF THE WATER TOWER"
With GLENN HUNTER

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