THE MICHIGAN DAILY
I Notices I
The Girls' Mandolin club will meet'
at 5 o'clock tomor row in Newberryr
6chieduled, but wilt meet Saturday
morning with the others.
Sofia, Feb. 13.-'Parliament has rat-
ified a naturalization agreement with
the United States.
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DANCING TO BE FEATURE
WOMEN'S HOUSES ASKED TO SEND
COUPLES FOR COMPETITION
The prize dancers among the wo-
men on the campus will be made
known at the Valentine party given
by the members of the Women's Ath-
letic asosciation from 4 to 6 o'clock
tomorrow in Barbour gymnasium.
Each sorority, league house and dorm-
itory is requested to send at least three
couples to represent their house in the I
feature social dance which will be
judged by, Dean Jean Hamilton, Mrs.
Marion L. Burton, Dr. Margaret Bell
and Mrs. John Sundwall.
Following this feature a series of
clog dances will be presented by a
group of students in native costume.
Their program will consist of several
short numbers including: Eliza Jane,
Yankee Doodle, Reuben and Old Man.
Moore's three piece orchestra will play
for the general dancing and refresh-
ments will be served in the parlors of
All the women of the Tniversift r
Sails To Study
In The Holy Land
NAME PERSONNEL FOR I
WOMEN'S RIFLE SQUADl
TEAM WILL BE CHOSEN TODAY
FOR MEETS WITH M. A. C. AND
OKLAHOMA A. AND M.
Announcement was made yesterday
by Capt. F. E.'Collins of the personnel
of the squad from which the women's
rifle team will be chosen to compete
in the meets scheduled in the nearl
The following women have been se-
lected for the squad as a result of the
tryouts which were held during the
vacation period: Esther Lang, '26
Mary Allshouse, '27, Bernice Gregory
1'24, Janet Sinclair, '27, June Notley
'25, Anna Wheeler, '26, Norma Barlow
'27, Lucille Walsh, '24, J'ulia Moore-
head, '26, Helene Schimansky, '24, Bess"
Everett, '24, Camille Masline, '27.1
Margaret Groomes, '24, and Magnolia
Captain Collins will decide today
what members of the squad will make]
up the team proper. The first meet
will come the week-end of Feb. 16
when the teams will face two separate'
opponents in M. A. C. and Oklahoma
A. and M. College.]
Will. Give Valentine Party I
The Women's Educational club will
have a Valentine party at 4 ('clock'
this afternoon in the parlors of Bar-,
bour gymnasium. All the members
are urged to attend these social meet-
ings as well as the regular business
hal. AT TIE THEATERS
All senior women should order their 1
caps and gowns at Mack and company
at once. Screen-Today
Signing out slips for January are
now due in the office of the dean of
women. Arcade - James Cruze's "To
Tryouts for membership in Fresh- Thjaie.
man Girls' Glee club will be held at Majestic - "Little Old New
4 o'clock today in room 106 of the York."
School of Music. Eligible freshman3
women are urged to join the organiza- Wuerth - "The Leavenworth
tion. Case," with Bert Lytell and
- Martha Mansfield.
Portia Literary society will meet at
7:15 o'clock tonight. Plans for try- Orpheum.- "Treasure Canyon."
outs will be made.
First and second altos of the Uni-
versity Girls' Glee club will meet for JStage-This Week
a special rehearsal at 4 o'clock today
in Miss Maud Kleyn's studio,' School
of Music. Garrick - Channing Pollock's
The Women's Educational club will
hold a special meeting from 7:30 to 91
o'clock tonight in the Women's League
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The service will please you.
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Visit the Wonderful
J. S. Jamgotch Collection of
Oriental and Chinese Rugs
Valued at $100,000
9 to 14
....cW 'u"'s V/Philip Snowdy are en
to attend the party and take I
a the novelty features which bid An exhaustive study of the opera-
mark the party as one of the tion of the British mandate over the
al social events of this semester. Holy Land will be made by Mrs. Philip
Snowden, whose husband is chancel-
ortunity Given for of the exchequer in the Ramsay
or Social Work MacDonaldcabinet. After concluding
For ocia wor 1wll, er vsitto Palestine Mrs. Snowden
will visit the United States.
)rtunity for at least 50 more
to sign for social service work pital. One or more hours of work
University hospital is being of- I each week is required, consecutive
this semester. Many of the hours being preferred. Story telling,
s who assisted during the past shopping for patients, reading, and
er have already registered again teachingchildren are among the du-I
whose schedules have not been ties carried out in the department. j
d and who will be able to work During the past semester more than
the same hours, are asked to 1 75 women did social service work,
r as soon as possible in order which was an increase of 30 over the
ie head of the department may preceeding semester. Reports from
i record of them. those in charge show that the work-
en are asked to register from ers have been doing unusually well,
2 o'clock in the morning, and and have ben faithful in keeping their;
to 4 o'clock in the afternoon hours.
office of the Y. W. C. A. in New- '
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parlors of Barbour gymnasium.
Rehearsals for the Junior Girls'
play will be held as follows: At 3
o'clock this afternoon, chorus 12; fromI
4 to 6 o'clock cast for act 2; at 71
o'clock this, evening, chorus 8; at 81
o'clock, chorus 9; Friday at 3 o'clock,
chorus 10; at 4, chorus 3; at 5, chor-
us 5; Saturday morning from 9 to 12
o'clock, entire cast and choruses will
practice. Chorus 4 will not meet as
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finer exhibition has ever been shown in this country. This
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description valued at $100,000. There are masterpieces of
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See a Kirman Lavair Being Woven
A native Armenian woman is now weaving a Kirman Lavair
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