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FINAL PLA9NS COMPLETED'
FOR SWIMMING MEET
E ACH INDIVIDUAL MIAY EWTERi
THRIEE EVENTS TO WIN
POINTS
Finlpal arrangemnents have been corn-
Peel for the first all-campus swim-
mafng meet to be held at 4 o'clock to-'
mrrow in the Y. M. C. A.
Seven events will be~ featured in theI
meetbri. ech ndividual is limited to l
etrance,:in three of these events.
ppoor points wi2l b awarded for par-
~4pa tion in the me~et: 18 for qual-
ifiation,; 30 for first place, 20 for sec- ;
Ond place, and 10 for thridl place. All
sorority and league houses and the
dormitories on the campus. are rem-
quested to have their houses 'repre-
onrelayn the mte by individual en-
Charles D. Lynch, of Detroit, presi-
dent of the Michigan Amateur associa-
tion of "the United States; Charles B.L
Brennan, chairman of the swimming
committee of the A. A. U., and George
Graves, president of the Detroit A.
A. U., all prominent men in the pro-
motion of the Olympic tryouts' to be
held on Ferry field in the, spring will
;be judges in the mneet.I
Women may sign up for entrance in
the meet at Barbour gymnasium until,
tomorrow noon.l
FENCLING. REGAINS 3
PLACE IN SPO RTS

Woman Is Member
Of Soviet Union

fSENIOR SUPPER* TICKETS
0N* SALE AT U. HALL.1

SOCIAL COMMITTEE
PER3USSION TO' USE
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Tickets for the senior supper are
now on sale in University hall. Sale
of tickets will close Friday, Marchf
14; so: seniors are urged to obtain
theirs on or before Friday. Tickets
are 85 Gents.
The senior suipper will be held at
5:45 o'clock. on. Tuesday, March 18, in
Barbour gymnasium. The social com-
mittee has obtained permission for
the use of the gymnasium proper from
Dr. Margaret Bell and Miss Merle Mc-
Cormick, of the physical education de-
partment~ who will dismiss regular
gymnasium classes held at that hour
to accommodate the seniors.
Stanford Founds New Schioarsldp
Palo Alto, Calif., Marcia 11.-Due to
the efforts of the Cap -and Gown soci-
Iety a new scholarship for women is to
be offered starting next fall. An al-
umnae banquet is to be given May 3
for the pur~pose of receiving contribu-
tions, and 'the proceeds of the ban-
quet are to go toward the scholarship.

-. ... ,,. ... ._. I clockt tonight at Spaulding ,house, 10228
FEW SPANISH WOM iENa
MAE DIMING I[ S r1s1accen Al
.; Le. 6tc'tonalclub will
MrchI payments on life membership entertain at a bridge and mab jongg
Madrid, March 11.-In msite of 6i4c subscripio ns to the University of party from 7:30 to 9 o'clock tomorrow
Pzct th.'t mok3ring: is fro;;,laze in MItchigan League are due and payable t at the Sigma Kappa house, 822 Oak-l
Spain, only 44 women in thec entire to Charlotte Blagdon, 602 Monroe land avenue. Come and get acquaint-
country have, up to the present tie,0'-treet. ld.
taken out licenses to drive their 0own All members of the Unziversity Girls'
cars.a Practice for the Junior Girls' play
The reason for this scarcity of f'e- for t.i s .week will be as follows: To-Glecuwhexctomaeheri
male drivers probably is found in the ~ at 5, chorus 8 in the~ middle par- to Detroit griday, are requested to
restrictions which govern thie is ing ir ofi 3arbour gymnasium; at 7 o'-1i meet at 3 o'clock today in qtr. W heel-
of licenses. A woman desirinig to clock soloists in Lane hall. Thurs- er's studio at the School of Music.
drive niust submit a certificate of good daiy, at 3 o'clock, chorus 13; at 4 o'-1
conduct, another as to hter generalock chorus 3; at 5 o'clock, chorus Tryouts for the purpose of selecting
health, sight and hearing; andl her !6; at 7 o'clock, cast and choruses of Athena's representatives in the debate
birth certificate gvn ey thehefrtadscn cs rdy tbetwveen Athena and Portia,- will be
giving yeareld nextirstesday.eAll acts.hFredayem-
which she was born. Girls under age 3,o'clock, chorus 9; at 4 o'clock, chor- hels nexthTe sda. le l fresigibe to ry-
must have the written consent of their us 1; at. 5 o'clock, chorus 2; at 7besothsciyarelgleotyl
paretsand married women that of o'clock, cast and choruses of the first !out. The topic for~ debate i~s, "Re-
parentssolved, That a uniformt marriage and
I their husbands. and second acts. Saturday, at 9 o'-
'clock, chorus 10; at 10 o'clock, chorusj divorce law shoul be enacted by the'AnocearIag i.at1oclkhru4;t70-jUiedSts"
Announcement was made Monday clock, cast and choruses of first and'
night at the Delta Delta Delta house second acts.I Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
of the marriage of Alma Miller, '26,1 All rehearsals will be held in Sarah'
to Lynn J. Tuttle, Jr., '25. Rev. A.I Caswell Angell hall unless otherwisel
Wi+V. Stalker, of the Methodist church, stated.
officiated at the ceremony after which --
the couple left for Chicago. Tuttle! Mortarboard members are notified'
was a member of the Delta UpsilonI of a meeting of especial importance
fraternity. called for 7:30 o'clock tomorrow, at '~a.
"Jimmie the. adtaker" sells anythingHenNwbryesdc.
quickly.-Adv. Pi Lambda Theta will meet at 8 o'- r

!Rev. floracc , W ofl-,_idon,En
land, who spoke i St Aiws churll
last Sunday morning, addressed th,-
Hiobart dleputation team last nighit in
Harris hall. The subject of his tal
was, "The Ministry and Its Challeng i
to the World Today."
The deputation team is comnposedo t
Episcopal ,students who rhce lr(e"
making trips to ission (TlchrcheI
nearby towns and who have b"e("
helping in Sunday soevices .
Lionel Crocker, of tePli4 pa
:ng department will addre st'.. T ca, h-
r'l club of Jack mn o"i li. TM
subject of his talk will f . hc-,! ig
in. Japan".
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells n ,t;'i&
quickly.-Adv.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.--Adv.

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Semenova
Mine. Semenova is one of 37 women
members of the soviets of the Russian
union with full voting powers. Thirty-
five other women delegates merely
have consultive voice but no vote.
The congress of soviets has a total of
3,000 mnembers. Mfine. Semenova rep-
resents the ChuwQ,,,h republic.

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Fencing will begin in earnest at
~Wellesley college when the masks ne-
cessary to the participants' safety
have arrived. The foils were received
4by the Athletic association some tfime
ago, but their use has so far been
restricted to proficient fencers.
Wellesley has never tried her hand
at this sport before and is the first
~women's college in the East to intro-
duce it. In the West girls are becom-
ing more and more interested in this
art not only because of the sportsman-
ship involved, but because it increases
the natural agility, quickness, and
grace of the fencer. Years agofe-
tig was one of the most popular sports
~and is now rapj lly. negaining its ps
prestige. f 2
At first there will be. no specialin
-structor butltos e more skilled ili'
iteach the, b~gin~ers. , ,The course-,1
open to everyone whether she ista,
ing gymnasium or not.
Freslunaj Girls Entertain Junior$
Palo Alto, Calif., March 11.-Great
~enthusiasm accompanied the party
, given by the freshman girls forth
juniors,. in which the freshmen don=
ned- the " hlats of tihe men. All types
~were represented from the rough to
the snake.
Fromi the numnbe~r of moustaces
that appeared it, seems that they are
very much admired or elso abhorrd
Urbana, Ill., March 11.-The fate of
the proposed Illinois opera trip~ now
rests with the council of administra-
tion. It seems unprobable that it will
be sanctioned as several past pro-
posals have been rejected.
Patronize Dally Advertisers-Adv...

MISS CUTRTO LEAD9
Y W.C 1,DMiss Gladys Custer, general secre-
tary of .the city *Y. W. C. A., will lead
the discussion at the next meeting of
the club leaders training course, which
will be held at 7 o'clock tomorrow ins
the Y. W. C. A. parlors of Newberry
hall..
The topic of discussion will be the
part the Girl Reserve m~ovem~ent holds
in th~e national Womenh's Christian as-
sociation. The secon1d part of the
meeting will be a dictsson as to Tow
the~ three national nliveli~nts he
Capfire, the GVJ ;Scout and ' the
k0irl: Reserve fit into the psychology of
the, younger girl. A11' menfers re ir-
minxlo _to b ing ~ther 50 cents for
dues.'
Tnnesota to Have Ilenie istr'atioii.
Minnesota's .12th annual demonstral
tion of the derartment of physical 'ed-
uication for women will take place- to-
mnorrow. It Nviil inclde a demionstra-
tion of every plise 'of, the winter
quarter's work; gymnastics, apparatus
Swork, folk dancing, Interpretive Blanc-
ing, and a bat-ball tournament. 'More
than 250 women will take part. The
admission will be by invitation.
Building in Ann Arbor has dropped
off nearly one-third since last year.
Eight private homes and one fratern-
ity house have. been built so far this
year, while last year at this time 23
dwellings had been erected.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv. E

Arcade :-- Thomas Meighan in
"Pied Piper Malone."
Majestic. - Glenn Hunter in
"West of the Water Tower."
Wuerth-"The Man from Brod-
ney's," with J. Warren Kerri-
gan, Alice Calhoun and Wanda
Hawley.
Orpheum-Gladys Brockwell in
"The Drug Traffic."

Wide Road. Which?.
The confines of one *business--or cofle
tact with them all.
Insurance is the wide road that main-,
tains active association with big men and
big affairs, with many and varied interests.
Insurance-Fire, Marine and Casualty-.,
is an essential part of the most vital activi-
ties of the commercial and industrial
world.
As. the oldest American Fire and Marine
Insurance Company, so greatly respon.
sible for the present dignity and prestige
of the insurance profesision, the Insurance
Company of North America urges college
men to give to this worthy calling the
consideration that is its due.
insurance Company of;
North Ameia
PHILADELPHIAt
and the-
lttdeminity Insurance'Compa ny of North. Americe
write pwraically every form of insuranck except'S*ife -

I'M on .Brunswi ck records, folks
But Listen.--Y'ou =ain't heard nothin' yet
Al Jolson-the Kinig of Musical Comedy-the
mighty monarch himself-on Brunswick
Records. The star of "Sinbad""Robinson
Crusoe, Jr.," and now of "Bombo" can nowa be
heard at any time.
Ishamn Jones' Orchestra accompanies Dolson itt
each Brunswick selection. Two jolson .songs
are on every Brunswick Record.
-You'll think !Al Jolson is standing before you
when you play:
THE ONE I LOVE BELONGS TO SOMEBODY ELSE~ 2567.
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LI-A e-Sti-Tls Week1
'Whitny-Sturday-Bes siecBac-
on and Thomas Jefferson'° in
"glitnin."
kraut in "'The Highwayman."I

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The..Tea ,Pot
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BUT
Itj has caused no mo~re comment 'in its owen sphere than the
startling growth of this little shop.

The rollicking fun of "The
Batchelor Daddy" with the salty
flavor of "Homeward Bound."
Abrand new kind of mixtutre
that you'll take to your heart.
-Friday-
"A FOOL'S AWAKING"
from the story
"The Tale of Trionia"

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