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TIstaller the .average man waxes elo- subsAlE MchiiansL
h~ ~unbtthe woman starts to stutter 1 O EUAE'ht Mcia hrot
ALL CAMPUSoTAN
PILL UEE11 ~and doesn't know what to say. It IiIlU ' r aloe
ow1Il urnETIY HK A O10 Tsre.takes the women and wves to look ERS JUNIORfr PLAYmiy redt.
1111V ot fr te failycreit. ATAttention of
Moeta 5etishv ena-Am erican V InUhesfr h uno rfolair Girls'ph
Moren Ushesnf65 entr,.eunhaveGbeen pac-,that the regua
cepted forthe first aill-campus women's I'Sats n "Thank You, Madam," which the class wl ehl
swimnmm g meet which will take place WorldSh of 1925 will present March 18-22 at the tiled.Tehr
at 4 io'clock today in the Y. M. C. AvvSr he Says Whitney theater have been chosen. Clay, ate3Hour1.
pool under the auspices of the Weo- They are Dorothy Anderson, Lucile ;clock, chorus
men'$ Athletic associations. Bartholomew Louise Camp, Dorothy 6; at 7 o'cloc
The meet will consist of seven ..4~i' hefrs n
events incluning diving "and relay r" -: Eggert, Jane Gibson, Miriam Goddard, thefirstand_
races. Each. M+otetant wcill be allow { *.'Marion 'Gough, Ellura Harvey, Bertha
e&, tb participate in only three of j'1Ctel, Helen Leonard, Marguerite May,
these; events and individual as well as Alice Powell, Carol eader, Elizabeth
classy honors will be awarded for RedAic icadsnMrgrtIl
quai~cation and first, second and third: v eis, Marianna Smalley, Irene Schul-
place's in the meet. e.:. r, Virginia Summers, Bernice Tomp i*'1;
Charle p Lynch, Charles H. Brea- kins..
na ad ereGaeoDeri,**- kn, and Marion Walker.
nan nd eore Gave, ofDetoit{; rInstructions will be given to the
will act 'as judges of the meet after ushers at a short meeting to be held
which a dinner will be given at the w{F. at 2:30 o'clock Monday at the Whitney
Union in their honor by the depart- } L< <L~, theater. Any usher who can not he
"ments of hygiene, public health, and ~ ~ ~ there should call Charlotte Blagdon at
physical education.' 59_bfoetmoronon
Contestants who have si~neO. up for -
diving are, requested "to report their
optional dives to the fudges before thie .*..,. . N . ERTR
meet. Owing to the large number of .:; 5;4I T..........
contstatsthe number of spectators' r L;:<r?"'"
will be limited. } *Y w
Saysl W 'oiuen Pay Attentioin to Crediit *".' Ms Gladys Custer, the gera
"Experience has 'taught me that wo- N' scetryogteeitn.er .awll
men r ay more attention to their 'credt ertr fteciyY .C .,wl
it thin men," says =Mrs. W. E. Francis, ledtenxmeigofhecu
leaders training .course by a discus-
"crediit man" in a Cleveland,(0, men's': Mon. Mrs. John ForteseuesinothGrlReve oem tad
specalty shop. "Before" I came here lion. MssohiotscLn on t eGpaesrtv eatovea men's
to orki l~h'dld i~eitsIna w- court dressmaker, who, with -her hus- Christian association. The meeting
man's shop. I learned about women band recently visited :America, says will be held at ;7 o'clock tonight -at
thafere, a sceaoing hereh'I foundshe was misquoted by an interview- the Y. W. C. A. parlors in Newberry W192
thtotnIwsdaigwt.ti u-er.~ Writing to 'a friend here she said hall.."_<
bands of my former customers. AS a that she had met- with the greatest - ----_ -______
kindness from American women and .'... . .
j was anxious to have them know what I
I AT THE THEATERS Vher real views"are.re
d "I think the American woman is 'IiAS
-'the smartest in the world," she wrote. TMES
"Easily the smartest, for she attends TO~A'
Screen-=Today to detal for more than we do. I
MaetcI hrey Msn i found American women very receptive , , i
Majesic - hirle Maso in to new ideas and most appreciative off'
Iline and, color."-- -,:-II
"Love Letters."_____________________
SMajestic - Glenn Hunter -in1
"West of :the Water Tower." SENIOR WOMEN TQ BTAJN
'" rh"nthe Banks' of the of ;' ' ;.
ash." vA [ 1i :i ;''L ..'1.a y yyN b && k t " ,.1 1j.(y t:
ix-f sold by Senior society, today and AB0Stedeksi
0heum-Gladys rockce 1 in (. omor,ow at the candy booth in 1B'
The "Drug Traffi." a uve iihll This will 'be the requires ma~erials i l l ,
U ivryPal.Ithat will not irr tate. , t,
p, Illonly jplace that these collars may You can help his dis! iR t
beI procured. They are the reg- j position a great deal by
11Sde-Thils 'Weka f' 'enis. ln l when I.St #n,'uynr"1,
tNnsiead Ia~a~p
Senior women are expected to infant department will
itney-Saturday-Bessie Bac- I peri hircp n on please you.
nand Thomas Jefferson in asget a te i'K ~o~- ifts 1 Fdr1.tdis"r
ightin'." l ane of the. Jun A- r l ' l ay, * Earh1 ,wC
G rick--Detroilt--Joseph Schrild- Marchr18 Ii t" *b
~raut in "The ighwaypman." 1 -4NcesAcd
itj Patr nize ilry'dvertl~ers. Ad ' . s J " ,y, 3 " .
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rOticesl
nents on life membership
to the University of
.ue are due a~nd payable
Blagdon, 602 Monroe
fthe women in the Jun-
ty is -called to the fact
ar practices for the week
as originally sched-
rs will 'he as follows: To-
ock, chorus 13; at 4 o'-
3; at 5 o'clock, chorus
,k, cast- and choruses of
second acts. Friday, at

3 o'clock, chorus 9; at 4 o'clock, chor-
us 1;, at 5 o'clock, chorus 2; at 7
o'clock, cast and choruses of the first
and second acts. Saturday, at 9 W'-I
clock, chorus ?10v; at 10 o'clock, chords
11; at 11 o'clock, chorus 4; at 7 oW-4
clock, cast and choruses of first and
second acts.
All rehearsals will be held in SarahI
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Always Satisfied

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Port ia to Discuss Kittle Theater
General discussion of the Little
Theater movement will tape place at
the regular meeting of the Portia Lit-
erary society, Which will be held alt
7:15 o'clock tonight. The principal
speakers wiill be Olive Henderson, '26,
Vera Kenaga, '24, and Bernice Smith,
'26.'

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