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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Co-Authors Of Play Opening Tonight

Louise Barley, '25, and Josephine
Stearns, '25, are the co-authors of
the Junior Girls' play, "Thank
you, Madam," which will have its
premiere at 8 o'clock tonight in
the Whitney theater. This is the
20th time that the juniors have
prepared their play for the senior
women who will witness it to-
night, arrayed for the first time in
their caps and gowns, and it is the
second time in the history of the
play that it is being shown to the
general public. It is a musical
comedy with a setting of college
life, the ,music and production all
being the work of the junior wo-
men. The book. "Thank You,
Madam," was chosen by the com-
mittee from several competing
plays shortly after the Christmas
vacation, and work was started at
once on the play. Prof. John R.
Brumm, of the journalism depart-
ment, who has directed for many
years has again had the play un-
der his direction. Those who have
read the book or seen the re-
hearsals speak highly of the play.

of the Freshman Girls' Glee club.
The net proceeds are to go to the Un-
iversity of Michigan League building
fund.
University Girls' Glee club will hoLd
its weekly meeting at 4:30 o'clock to-
day in the parlors of Barbour gym-
nasium.
All freshmen women interested in
the class pageant are requested to
attend a meeting to be held at 5 o'-I
clock tomorrow in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall.
Women wishing to settle questions
about their athletic points should see I
Mary Hays from 2 to 4 o'clock today
or tomorrow afternoon at Barbour
gymnasium. Anyone failing to report
this week will not receive points for
past work.
Kappa Phi club will meet at 7:304
o'clock tomorrow at Wesley hall.
The Tuesday afternoon section of
the Faculty Women's club will meet at3
2:30 o'clock today at the home of Mrs.
Calvin H. Kauffman, 1236 Prospect
street. "The Fool," by Channing Pol-
lock, will be read.
Omaha, March 17.-Rehearsals will
soon begin re for the "Passiln
Play," to be given by the Creighton
university on April 6.

Prefe:sor Irake to Speak
Prof. Joseph H. Drake, of the Law
school, will speak on the subject,!
"My Impressions of Europe," at 7:301
o'clock Thursday in room F of the
Law building. The lecture will be giv-?
en under the ausPices of the women's
discussion group of the League of Na-
dons, but all University women are
invited to attend.
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS BRING
BIG RESULTS-
ON LITTLE INVESTMENT
i /7 eads-alldealers
Damon-
"What was the namesof that pencil
Professor Williams was recom-
mending this morning?"
Pythias-
"Eldorado-my boy, Eldorado!
Just think of a fabled land of I
ease and happiness-where no one
flunks-where pencils are the magic
sticks of achievement. Then you
can never forget it."

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Adventure!.

You can revel in life in the open-on horseback
-in camp; have adventure in its most alluring
form-clear out of the tourist rut. Enjoy the
fascination of the Great Pacific Northwest. You
can experience the thrills of which others have
written:-Broncho busting-bucking contests
-roping-Wild West sports, in the great
It's the place for a real, he-man vacation (and at
a cost amazingly low!) Plenty of fishing-hunt-
ing-swimming. Mountain camps. Splendid
horses. Guides who are regular fellows and
trails whose beauty beggars description.

Louise Barley

Josephine Stearns

450 SENIS O
ANNUAL SUPPER TONIGHT
D4ffodils anu slue tables are the
decorations to bekused at the Senior
supper at 5:45 o'clock today in Bar-
bour gymnasium, where more than
450 senior women will appear in caps
and gowns for the first time. Songs
parodied after the lyrics of last year's
Junior Girls' play and other Michigan
songs will be sung between courses.
Seniors of Martha. Cook dormitory
and School of Music women will lead
in the singing,. and for this purpose
they will be seated together.
Miss Jean Hamilton, Mrs. Amy S.
Hobart, Dr. Margaret Bell, Miss Ethel
McCormick,-Mrs. John R. Brumm, Mrs.
John L.EfFlinger, Miss Marion Blood and.
Miss Mildred Sherman will be the
guests of the seniors at the supper. Af-
ter the supper they will be taken to the
Whitney theater for the initial per-
formance of the Junior Girls' play.
The senior class will march in a body
to the theater, the line of marchtbe-
ling from the. gymnasium to State
street, to Huron, down Huron to Main,I
down Main to the theater.
Cambridge, March 15.-Harvard
college administrativehauthorities have
voted to lower the grades necessary
for students to lift probations.
Daily classified for real results.

STORE WILL GIVE
PERCENT TO LEAGUE,
Displays of spring stock from the1
Himelhoch clothing store in Detroit.
will be made today and tomorrow,
,at the Polly Little Tea shop.
Ten percent of all purchases made
by Michiigan women at this store is
given to the University of Michigan
League building fund. Special orders I
may be placed with their representa-
tives, Miss Frances Ames, who sends I
the purchases out from Detroit on!
Wednesday or Thursday. She is to
be assisted in the spring display by
Miss Bess G. Tolar.

Noticesf
Freshman Girls' Glee club will meet
at 8 o'colck tonight in the Faculty
Women's club rooms.
Athena society will not meet to-
night.
The regular weekly tea given for
the graduate students will be held
from 4 to '5so'clock today in Betsy
Harbour house. Mrs. Theophile Ra-
phael will act as hostess this week.
Candy will be sold between the acts
cf the Junior Girls' play by members
CAPS AND GOWNS WILL BE
DELIVERED BY MACK & CO.
Senior women's caps and gowns
which were paid for at
the time of ordering are being
delivered. Others, including the
ones which have been charged
and are to be sent C. 0. D. will
be deliveredbby calling Mack and
company. It is desirable that
these calls be made as soon as
Ipossible. f

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iummers to Present Play ,
Mummers . will present "Stringin'
'Em," an original play by Frank
Tompkins, of the rhetoric department
of the College of the City of Detroit,
at 2:30 o'clock today in Lane hall at
the meeting of the Women's club of
Ann Arbor. The cast for the play is
as follows: Mme. La Rose, MadelineF
McGurk, '24; Millie, the daughter,
Merel Parks, '25; the Girl, Phyllis
Delf, '24.
Prof. Morris P. Tilley, of the Eng-
lish department, who has been ill at
his home at 1015 Ferdon road since
Thursday, with an attack of la grippe,
is much improved.

THE SCHOOL OF
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING PRACTICE
OF THE MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
A GRADUATE SCHOOL offering a course of study lead-
ing to the degree of Master of Science,with field stations
in the plants of six different companies. These com-
panies produce steel, pulp, paper, caustic soda, chlorine,
heavy acids and salts, sugar, gas, ammonia, benzol, etc.
The more important unit operations of chemical
engineering are studied systematically by means of tests
and experimental work on full scale plant apparatus.
The work is wholly educational and independent of
control by the plant managements. The attention of the
student is directed exclusively to the study of Chemical
Engineering.
The total number admitted to the school is limited
and the students, studying and experimenting in small
groups, receive individual instruction from resident pro-
fessors. For entrance requirements and details address
R.T. Haslan,Director, School of Chemical Engineering
Practice.
MASSACHUSETTS
INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
CAMBRIDGE MASSACHUSETTS

Round Trip
98 $ Chicago to
North Pacific Coast

May 15 to September 30
Stop at
YelloGwstone Park -
'"In' Gardiner; Out C ody"

Accommodations at over 5o Cattle Ranches, Camps
or Mountain Inns in Wyoming and Montana.

Let me plan a real trip for you.
A. B. Smith, Passenger Trafic Manager
985.Northern Pacific Building, St. Paul, Minn,
Northern Pacific Ry.
"2000Males of Startling Beauty"

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sie Love in "Torment."

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Wuerth-Jack Pickford in "The
Hill Billy."
Orpheum - Charles Dickens'
"The Cricket on the Hearth."

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Stage-This Week
Whitney-Tuesday through Sat-
urday - 20th annual produc-
tion of Junior Girls' play,
"Thank You, Madam."
Garrick-Ina Claire in "Grounds
for Divorce."
If you've been enjoy-
ing malted milk of
Distinctive
Malt Flavor
and Aroma
It is because your fountain
man serves......
a MALTED MILK
(DOUBLEMALTED)

The Hat for the Frock-
as feminine as ever
T HE hat for the satin frock-the
printed silk affair does not: follow
the new "masculine" trend. It is as soft
-as flattering as ever. With a shadowy
brim. A full blown silk rase. Petals of.
French hues. The droop of tulle. The
touch very feminine.
The hats New York is wearing--
the very same models. Created by the
same house that created them for New
York-the Vogue Hat Company of

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