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GOLDUE-, FLEECE
Li~, RIZESNotices
LiclNeb., Mar. S.-Litre than __________________
h,0rc aired student~Sr ,waulty mileml-
hrs ndout of town guests, attended; All freshmen women interested in
the 1924 coimpe tition of the Golden the class pageant are requested to
Fleece which. was heldl recently at the:1 attend a meeting to be held at 5 o'-j
University of Nebr aska. At .l lunch-! clock today in Sarah Caswell Angelr
eon riven by the Golden Flecec prizes1 hall.'

N ATTEND
Lt AFFAIR

The Stroller
Passes By

WOMN'SINOOR MEET
TO E BEHL PRIL 8J.
Final plans have been completcd for
the all-campus women's indoor meet1

Daffodils, blue candles, and the yel-
w candle-light carried out a blue
d maize color scheme to the Senior
pper last night at Barbour gymnas-
1f, offset by the sombre black caps
id gowns worn by the senior women
r the first time.
M~ore. than 450 women were seatedi
the 13 long tables which o'ccupied
e entire gymnasium, while at the
served table at the head were seat-
the members of Mortarboard and
nior society, the members of the
nior social committee, senior class
cers, and officers of the Y. W. C. A.
d its caibinet. Dean Jean Hamilton,
s. Amy S. Hobart, Dr. Margaret Bell,
ss Ethel McCormick, Mrs. John L.
ummn, Mrs. John R. Effinger, Miss
non Blood and Miss Mildred -Sher-
Ln were the guests of the senior
ass. The lyrics from last year's
nior Girls' play and Michigan songs,
d. othiei( songs 'of undergraduate
r5 were sung between courses.
'fter the supper, which ter'minated'
7 o'clock, the ,seniors formed a line
march to the Whitney theater,
ere they were the guests of the
for class at the premiere of "Thiank
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Wegot a "D" on an Ec blue book
todav. -Nell..11 an~y's sim shouild ex-

Ot a.I4 V * T .&A , a .JLgatA. &A..6 1 1 :lv l , h- .. ,...~.Au ,,.,.,- - a - ,7
coned his grasp, they say. to be held at 4 o'clock Tu«esdlay, Aprili
8, in Barbour gymnasium under the
The University high school hasI auspices of the Womeirs Athletic as-j
proyed a life saver to us many times. j sociation.
When iwe are late to class we gasp I The meet will consist of nine special
"U. H. S." in a breathy tone and itj events in which the various classes
goes over like a tent. We would ad- j and houses on the campus will be
vise Nagainst using it at 8 o'clock, how- represented. Class and individual
ever, honors will be awarded' for qualifica-
tion and first, second and third place
The new lit building is our idea C in the meet.' The special hours whichI
of a skeleton. But we can't conceiveI have been assigned the classes for
~of its being in anyone's family. AndC track practice and coaching in the
it's a cinch it wouldn't go into any- gymnasium are as follows: Fresh-
one's closet. I men, Monday at 4 o'clock; sophomores,
Ti wa wete ha bou t Tuesday at 4:15. o'clock; juniors and1
This wam we oewheeledrordhtseniors, Thursday at 4:15 o'clock.i
everything from a oeweldFr These hours will remain the same!
to a Stutz with two spares into circu-' every week until the meet.I
lation. The aforementioned Ford' Women who are interested in enter-
pursued us with malicious intent the ing the meet are requested to sign
other dlay and spattered mud all over up in Barbour gymnasium as soon as
our roommate's skirt. W~e'hadn't ask- possible and take advantage of the
ed her if we, could swear it, ,either. s pecial coaching offered to the women
each week.
Berkeley, Calif., March 18.-With an
enrollment of 67 enthusiasts, fencing 1 Berkeley, Calif., March 18.-Seniors
is demanding recognition: as one of the revived old California songs at their!
fastest growing sports at the Univer- recent singing meet at whic~h they
sity of Ca l iforn ia practiced songs and yells.

were awarded to the woman t~iving,
the' reddest hair, the mnost fascinating
bob, the most scintillating goldfen
glow, the most attractive, freckles,
the most fascinating -green eyes, or
the most _devilishi dark eyes, etc.
The Golden Fleece was organized inI
19117 by Miss Eva 1 Miller, and has
steadily increased both in memmbership
and in the number of prizes offeredl
annually.
Y W, C 1A Me'-tership .d)Open
Membership in the Y. Wl. C. A. is
open to all women until the aunounce-
xment of the date of nominations forl
the coming year and will be closed t
from that date until after the selec-
tiont are madte.

rWomen wishing to settle questionsE
about their athletic points should see
MNary Hays, 2 to 4 today, at Barbour{
g;y mnasium. Anyone failing to report
th:is week will not receive points 40r
past work.
Kappa Phi club 'will meet at 7:20
o'clIock today at Wesley' hall.;
The Girls' Mandolin club will hold
a regular weekly meeting tomorrow at
5 o'clock in Newberry hall.
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
quickly.-Adv.

Fs1eultY Winen fo i ve Tea
An nftrm l;!tea will'be given he-
at the Faculty Women s cliuhou e.
Mrs. William G. Smieaton, Mrs. Detlev
W. Bronk, and Mrs. Eugene H. Leslie
will be the hostesses. :Mrs. Edwin C.
Goddard will pour. Tea will be serv-
ed at 4 o'clock.
Xrs. Bred-vold to Leadl Club
hrs. Louis Bredvold will have
charge of th~e next meeting of the:
club leaders' training course at 7 o'-
clock Thursday in the Y. W. C. A..
The program wifl cnsist of song lead-
ing for clubs and training in the in-
struction of games for the younger
girl.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

Read the Wa nt Ad-
Europe, Orka4t Etc.
! To gett Viabatter rehervations, it will he wvery
necessary that You rrange youer plan soon.
BOOK EARLY~ailing Lst Ratesrlst,
t ~2nd. Cabin or 3rd Class
ALL STEAMSHIP LIES, TOURS AND CRUSES
A small deposit secures space. Drlay no l i ong 138
E.G. KEBLER Ann ArborMicl1.
Lcensed ahd Bonded Steam~ship and lnsu, nre cAr".i
WE WRITE ALL KINDS OF INGURAP CE

Mode Shoppe
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Above Areade
Street and Afternoon
Gowns roid Blouses
For All Occasions
Aiso Hemnst itching

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Chiropodist and
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D. A. R TO MEET
Sarah Caswell Ang'ell chapter of the ]
aughters of the American Revoln-
'n will hold a regular March meet-
gat 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
the home of Mrs. Charles Millen,
5 Lawrence street. Mrs. William
glis will present a paper on "Colon- I
1 Gardens."
Mrs. Henry G. Berger, regent of the
apter wishes all miembers to attend-
e showing of the film at the: Natur-
Science auditorium at 4:15' o'clock
day. The film is loaned by the
tary clubs of th.e state and depicts
e life; of aboy atthe Citie's nil-
ary t 4ining camp at Carhp Custer.
he sh , i~ of. the film w- b pre d t by a al by C p ai .R o -l
nited !tates cavlry
'Jimrj t he adtaker" sells anything
ickly;-dv.

IFOB the student or Prof.,
Ibsuperb 'VENUS oat-
rivals Vll for perfect pencil
work. 17 DIac degrees and.
3 copying.

M EN -anxious to rise to positions of re-
sponsibilty in business should investi-:
gate the one year intensive training
course o±tfred at Babson Institute.
Classes are conducted on the conference
plan. The instructors are experienced busi-
ness mnen, successful in their own lines. You
work on actual cases-not hypothetical prob-
lems. You are shown how to solve the sainm
kfind of 'problems that will confront youil
actual business .practice.
Sed Write for, Booklet!
Sedfor booklet "Traininig for Business
Leadership." Describes the courses in detail.
a ind gives complete informiation about the
facilities of B~abson institute and shows howe
men .are trained for executive roles. Write
today. No obligation. ' S
[An Endowed
Babson Institute M u .i.. I
31$ * nshigton Ave.
Bab a1k s l Wf) lMasi. t

Our.
MarchSale'
t i Sugsvoey e tig
GRAF~ets~adnws otnaeil htsol rn
Plain ses nepse llend ,of he its ualitieest intall r therlaspring shodbrAlg
b1~ck and navy.-
j ~Dainly wash fabrics, voiles; linens, 'organdies, siisses, and satijns in ,a varied d ssortment of
11c aatfernis.
a r "~An Unusual ,Event!f.Seasonable fabrics; at tohe unusually lowv price of
$13
40-Inch Pure Silk Canton Crepes 36-Inch Changeable, Tafea
40-Inch All-Silk Real Flat Crepes 36-Inch Washable Tub Silk~s
40-Inch All-Silk Gown Crepes 32-Inch Striped Tub Silks
"36-Inch XWashable Silks 40-Inch All-Silk Radiums
t 40-Incii All-Silk Stin CGarmeuse ...... .
3(-finch131:3 ckSatin Duchess, Yard..., ... ..
36-Inch All-Silk Dress Satin, Yard . $1.31;

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For The Student Friendship Fund
On The Stage--
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PIPDET1IOI ' SIOWING OF.

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-ADDED FEATU'bRE-
LA Rwc'Y, SMN

500 Yards of Genuine All-Silk Japanese
Pongee

vv 11 "l u! e,.I T i-,rn.u (it. jres- s TafeaYar .. ....O.U1 jfhII rs ilIL~hr~I1.3597
36-Incii BlAAck l- Crepe de Chine, Yard..,.........
36-Inch Black Lustrous Chiffon D ]res Taffeta, hard,..1.3.
36-Inch Black All-Silk Crepe de .Chine, yar~d......... ..$1.33)
3.-Inch Blank Satin Nessaline, Yard................. .$1.S9
36-Inch Black Satin, Ya~rd ..... ..... ...........$1.39
36-Inch Black Wash Satin, Yard.......... ..... ...$1.39
40-Inch Black All-Silk Crepe de Chl~ne, Yard......:...,.. $1.39.
36-Inch Fine Lustrous Satin, Yard..... ............. .t
36-Inch Rich Satin Duchess, Yard......... ...... . .$139
36-Iiich Soft Chiffon Taffeta, Light and Dark Slbades, Yard $1,i;'
40-Inch Crepe de Chhie, All Sh~ides, Yard............$13
36-Inch Kimono Silks, Choice, Patterns, Yard........... $1.39
36-Inch Fine Printed Satin, in Paisley Designs....:... .$1.39
36-Inch All-Silk Crepe de Cline, in New Paisley Pattemns. .$1.39
$9.00 Black Chiffon Taffeta.................$1.39
40-Inch Plain Heavy All-Silk Crepe de Chine............ y $139

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See the Window Display of Silks
More Than 500 Yards Alone of Black Silks, Seven Different Weaves in This Sale at Per Yard $1.39
Beautiful Silks, All.A"Yard Wide in Satins, Wash Silks, Taffetas, Messalines, Youir Choice, yd., $1.00

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