THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Jeux a Eau ... .............Ravel
Donna Essely tyn
The Snow Sto mn........... nogrs'
Lullaby and Good Night ...Bam
Volgra Boat Soing (Russian Folk
Tue. ... .Arranged by Taylor!
lo;-,ak Folk, Song) . .Arr. by Taylor
Yellow"- ad Blue
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IN ALL CAMPUS CONTEST
Enthusiam on the part of the Uni-
'versity women for the sport of swim-
ming was proved by the large number
~of them who participated in the .wo-
men's all-campus swimming meet
wihwas Jheld yesterd'cay at the Y.''M.
Thereslts of th~e various events
at as follows: 20 yard-free style-
first, 4fleein Miller, '26Ed; time, 13.2
sec.; secondi; Dorothy B~ogan, '24Ec;,
third, Isabell Ballentine,, '27. 20 yard
back stroke~-~first, Alleen Miller, time,
17? sec.; seconh, Alice Allen, '25; third,
M'urielle Welch, '26. Crawl for form-
first, Camille Masline, '27; second,
Murielle Welch. 40 yard free style-
first, Camille Masline, time, 30.8 sec.;.
second, Janet Sinclair, '27; third,
Monica O'Brien, '26. Breast stroke for
fq'rm, -first, Emily Hulbert, _'27; sec-
on~d, Alleen Miller; third, Dorothy Bo-
gan. Diving-first, Camille Masline;
second, Alice Langthorne, '26; third,
MVary Stewart, '25.
The freshman-sophomore relay race'
resulted in th~e victory of the sopho-,
mo~re team whiic cosisted of Monicae
O'Brien and Miel Welch.
Judges for the meet were Charles D3.
Lynch, George Graves, and Charles
Brennan, of Detroit, and Commander
H:~ Wolf, of the U. S. revenue cutterM
JUNIOR PLAY GUS
SENIOR WOXTEN TO OBTAIN
COLLARS AT U. HALL BOOTH
Senior women's collars will be
sold by Senior society from 1 to
5 o'clock at the candy booth in
Snversity hall. This will be the
only place: that these collars. may
be procured.. They are the reg-
lation size and shape and priced
at 35 .cents..
Senior women arc expected to
appear in their caps and gowns
as guests at the first perform-
ance of the Junior Girls' play,
UNITERSITY 'GLEE CLUB
TO BRODCST TONIGHT
Presidential Possibilities 1iseussed
Alpha Nu Debating society discus-
sed the possible candidates for the
presidency at its regular meeting last
night in the Alpha Nu room. Among
the candidates suggested were Cool-
idge, La Follette, Johnson, McAdoo,
Fire Easily Extinguished
Fire was discovered at 104:22 o'clock
yesterday morning in an old barn on
Catherine street. The fire department
was summoned and the blaze was
Daily classified for real results.
A radio program braodcasted from
the 'Detroit Free Press station WOX
will mark the beginning of the concert
activities of the University Girls' Glee
club. Thirty-five members under the
direction of Miss Maude Kleyn, of the
School of Mu~sic, will have a part inI
the choral work. Quartette numbers
by the regular" glee club quartette
and solos of violin, voice, and 'piano
are also on the program.
,)This is the second annual appear-,
ance of the University -women in De-'
troit. Those who do not hear the wo-
men's Glee club over the radio tonight
will have an opportunity to hear the
club at one. of the local appearances.
It is expected that. the club will take
part in a faculty concert in the near
The program for the radio concert
Laudes Atque Carmina ...... Stanley
Chinese Mother Goose Rhymes.. Crist
Baby is sleeping
What the' Old Cow Said
1Will 0' the Wisp.... ..Spross
University Girls' Glee Club ....
Dorothy Hartshorn, Frances Bredin. University Girls' Glee Club
lXatherine Sanders, and Louis;e SlneVe oBtr re
Humphireys at doso iteCrk
}Romance (2nd Concerto) . .WieniawskTbi; Mr. James A. Sallade, of the mathe-
Obertass ............... WieniawskMi matics department of the engineering
Lucite Bellamy college, left yesterday for the Battle
College Songs ('reekls anitarium where he will take
University Girls' Glee Club a rest (" -e for the next several months.
Vale (Farewell) ....... ......Ru ssel ; He is onl leave of absence: from the
Morning...... ...ly Sp eaks IUniv ers-ity because, of his health.
Dor~hy Hrtshrn Salpand Bl1ade held an informal
MY Native Land ....... Gretchaninow, J smoker at 7: 30 o'cloc k last' night in
La Boitetise "(Belgian Folk Song) the Union, at which. Stevens' Trouba-.
...Arranged by Taylo)r cdors enter"tained the members.
A Screen Version of
William J. Lock e' s-
TODAY A*ND ISATUIRDAY
of, Hie Wabash""
L~yrics of last year's Junior. Girls'
play will be sung by the women of the
senior _class Tuesday night at the
Whitney theater between acts of th~e
senior performance of "Thank You,
Madame." Parodies-on popular songs,
which are being composed by members
of -the class, will also be sung at that
time, as well as the Michigan songs.
The doors ' of the Whitney theater
will not be, opened until the, senior
women arriv~e in a bod4y from thie Sen-
ior ,supper preceding the play. TheI
procession of senior~s ~from BarbouirI
gymnasium will bo led by the~ officers
otthe Y. W. C. A. and its'ca'biinet, sen-
ior women who are class offCes. sin-
ior:members of the social committee,
and members of Mortarb~oar'd and Sen-
io# :society Who-'w'ill have a resered
table at the supper as well as resexv-
eq °eats at the theater.' Mrs. John R.
B umm, Mrs. John R. Effinger, andj
M4T' sEthel Mr-or-ickihead ofth
physical education department, will
also be guests at the reserved table.*
The a~tior nppe wil ae place,-at
5:5o'clock riesday' in the gymnas-
10n D.-l~argaet Dell and Miss Eth-
el, McCormick have consented to 'dis-
miss all gymnasium classes on Tues-
dayr afternoonV to aid. the senior social
committee in carrying out its plans
p ale of tickets for the supper will
enid at 5 o'clock Friday afternoon.
Seniors are urged to obtain their tick-
ets before that time, at the candy
booth in University h~,ll.
SAttention of the ,woimen in the Jun-
for Girls' play is called to the fact
,at the regular practices for the week
,ill be held as originally sched-
uled. The hours will be as follows: To-
~day at 3, 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 o'-
clock, chorus 10; at 10 o'clock, chorus
:1, at 11' o'clock,' chorus 4; at 7 o'-
clock, cast and choruses of first and
~All rehearsals will be held in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall unless otherwise
Women who wane ;their hygiene
:lecture notes may obtain the blue
books today at Barbour gymnasium.
SMarch payments on life membership
ubscriptions to the University of
Michigan League are due and payablef
toCharlotte Blagdon, 602 Monroe
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"TH GREAT OUTDOORS"
With a distinguished cast including
HARRISON FORD ENID BENNETT
ALEC FRANCIS MARY. ALDEN
And A Host of Others
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MiIady will be charmed w~ith- the un~usual
,style and fabrics thait have com~e forth, thiM
~Spring.: , The tendency is toward the
small tuirban yet the larger hat has not,
Playi ng iBoth Afterniooni and eveninig
Maurice Toiireur's i i!sa- ii al Epic of Thrills
With OWEN MOOR EANDBESSIE LOVE
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IIOSA -O ND JOHNSON Co.
ON THE STAGE
115 EAST LIBERTY STREET
Ticket Sale Starts Today, 1:00 to 5:00 at
FOR THE 20TH ANNUAL
JUNIOR GI LS'. PLAY
°VHANGs wou MADAN
TO BE GIVEN AT
For the Junior Girls Play
X TE have been favored with the
TVsupervision of distribution of
all the corsages .and flowers at the per-
formances of the Junior Girl's Play,
We will endeavor to maintain our es-
tablished efficiency in their prompt and
The Whitney Theatre
Tuesday, r. I , ThuStraMar. 22. Matinee Saturday, Mar. 22
711 WORTH UNIV.
MAIN FLOOR AND BOXES $2.50-
FIRST FOUR ROWS ,IN BALCONY $2.00
SECOND FOUR ROWS IN BALCONY $1.50
REMAINDER BALCONY $1.00
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