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20, 1924

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Organizes Women
In Labor Party

at the university there and at the
London School of Econoni ics where
rshe took' the degree of doctor of
science.

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fMeiji unmversity, situated in the
heart of Tokyo, suffered heaviest of'
Rall the colleges and universities af-
fected by the earthquake in Septemn-
ber. Their library, containing sixy
thousand volumes in all languages
'was completely lost.
An appeal is being made by the tin-
ilversity in her extremity to friends in
foreign countries. "Already your
country and people have given us
freely and miost generously a wonder-
ful aid," writes T. Fujimori, the librar-
ian. "We do not wish to allow our-
selves to take undue advantage of
your magnanimity. However, face to
face with a situation such as above
stated, we fell justified to appeal once
more to your generosity and material

Is Official Envoy

tern ational organization, will make
all of the _responses.
The United States Marine band will
provide the rausic for the opening
night eremronial which will tale place
in t? e Mlemorial Cxntinental hall.
Thse ..condl evening of tfie coriven-
tionis;1 wil b ,ue;'otedl to pusic, the third
to the interests of the Cotincil's rep-
resentiing the Fanj-Arc ric n }countries,
while, on the fourth- eveniijg the am-
baslsadi'rs of all count ries represented
in the council will be formally rec-
eivedl by their constituent members
from these countries.,
The convention w~ill lie fina iced by
contr butions from. the 20,C0() o rgan-
ization:; that exist tbroug;hout t:.e
count ry.

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When
You see.
Sign
if you want to make
a hit with each mnem-
ber of the family, take
Oh Henry: home.
A Fine Candy,
,.1C Everywhere

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i~nber-hip GenC' i We
Membership for the Y. W. C. A. wall
be open to all women this week upi
to Satur'day at 1 o'clock. All those!
interested in joIning arec urged to do
so tis week as the mnembership will
be closed during the time of election
of newm officers.I
Po-.,n to Ralph 11. CGault, '19, '21JL'
andl Aileen Pierson Gault, '21, a son,
William, David. on M'onday, Marcbh 17.

D.Dr. MariPhlip s h chief
woman officer of England's labor
party. Her job is to organize and
imarshal the woman members of the
organization. She is credited with
[playing a major part in the electionI
of. Ramsay McDonald, the new laborI
E premier.
Dr. Phillips was born in. Melbourne,i
Australia in 1881.; She; was educated'

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SAMPLES
P'rn7; nently on DisplT)ay at
Ann Arbor, Mich.
Designed by

%BROADWAY AT 4Q0hSTREET t k'WET42N STRET'
MtTkOpOUTAN' OPRA tiOu Su S-L " KNICIiAOCKER BIVLDING
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It is suggested (1) that each indi-
vidual contribute froni his librry one
or more books that he feels would be
welcome, such as works on history,
political science, economics, sociology,
psychology, philosophy, sciences, law,
rhetoric, "and standard works of lit- .
erature collee tet books will be
most welcome) ; and (2) pass this an-
nouncement on to some friend who
Vill be interested enough to contri-
Bute:
Any books contributed should be
ient by parcel -post to Meiji university
library, Tokyo, signifying from whom
they come. -No one package must'
weigh more than four and one-half
pounds. The postage is twoi ounces
for one cent. No cutoms papers are
necessary if the package is marked
"books only."
The earthquake sufferers are try-
lng to resume as quickly as possible
their normal activities toward cultur-
al progress.
NotWices1
The Girls' Mandolin club will Hold
4 regular wekly' meeting today 9,
o'clock in Newberry hal.
"Senior and jurii:or x Zen iterest 4
't in the indoor track meet will prt-
efrom 4 o'clock on today in Bar-
ngymnasium. ~
k Miss Mary Ross', bible cA s'11N
9 "t at 4 o'clock Fiday night j on
x fHelen Newberry res"','ce.
Mrs. Louis Bredvold will explain a
plan for the minageoent ofthe Pa-,
lty Woienscubhouse it an inform,.
"tea to be held by the organization
Jt :30W o'clock this afternoo.
Iota Sigma Pi will meet at. :30 0'-,
dlock tonight at the Delta Delta Delta
house.I
New, Plate Set For Freshmai Debate
New~ plans have been made for the
freshman womens debate between
the Athena and Portia literary soci-
eties. It will be hed April 24 instead
of Aprit 3, and the subject for debate
will be, "Resolved: that the United'
States should adopt further restrict-, oso mirto.
icigan TDames (Wye Party
lMiclwign. Dames gave a St. Pat-
ricks .,day party for ;members and
fither friends Tuesday evening at the
Fg'aculty women's club louse.. FifteenI
tables of bridge and mah jongg were
'In u,play.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
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t - ~Screen-Today,
'I Arcade-Jacqueline Logan and
Antoio Mrenoin "Flaming
IMajestic-"Her Man"
'~IWuerth-~The Destroying Ang-I
< I El" and "Columbus." (.
.Orpheum-J. B. Warner in "The I
S Lone Fighter."
Stage-Tds Week
Whitney -- Today through Sat- j
urday - 20th annual produ-
S tion of Junior Girls' play,
I "Thank You, Madam"
f 'Garrick-Ina la in li"rounds,
I for Divorce."

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Patronize Daily- Arlvrtisers.--'Adv.

Senora Maria CieCon~'S*~~ao ote I ;..........,...... - .,...... ..- .........
of Don deloster ' ~ ---- 'oe Cor onado, of the Col- moms~- - - - -~
umbian Ilegation at Washingt' o, was NOW P1Ay~IN',
an official envoy from the president of e
Columbia to 'this country. I'er mis- , a F
lion was to gather material on educa- 11tr .
tional topics and to su bmit reports to ....
hm from time to' time.I eres aHig Gered-"
M elodramna and Rib-
PRO INET ~ f1:j i Tickling Comedy
ADDRESSCO MNVEIONI)!
Flamfing
President Calvin 0. Coolidge, Charl-II
es Evans Hughes, cccretary of state,!, 5
and Mrs. Anthony Wayne Cook, presijF
dent general of the Daughters of the,1
American Revolution, are three of the f e e? uih
important speakers scheduled to ad-; ef
dross the lpte national Cosine.I of wo- I JACQ T i 4 1N 0GA A
enat the 'opening nigh ,:£,ftheir * AN TO (i0 1 OE,
I quinquennial donvention w~h h his to WAT II°,,
be lcd i, asig~oD. C =in May._______________
Plan for .the 'yeat, project; are to be ; p~~. -I-
the Cotic b~~iiwill bp iheid IRe'eteatn ntninn.7 W I~Ial',BE GXitRL$W I '~1RA
Clpnhg n , pt iark, ea l in the ;F I.t trin r .TWho WroD te
spring. .i'BILLY $ I YA ! RAV' IW IIEIIS
The Council has asked . Philip 41 . ;; I's r l,,ra[ An Other Racing PIcItures
~~~j 'orth Moore, president oft hle Na-~ vi
'tional Council, to introduce tVi speak- d I(3 I'p
ors of the various meet ip , while -
'Lady Aberdeen, president of the In- ...............
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to ter ,set m shipsarid; tie s
WI ' 'I'dri1s and hlearn
dabs m a sweep that
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FOLICS'> By Sarah P.- McLean Green
Bernard McConzvilie and JI G. Hawks
Scenario by A. P. Youger
WITH AWCAST* THAT INCLUDES
BARARA BEDFORD
FRANK KEENAN,
RENEE ADE E
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This sale of a sample line of furs frg'm one
of rthe b'est known New York furriers will
enable -every College wozhan to r ealize her
desire for Furs ! Now is the time to choose
a fur coat for another winter. Scarfs and

chafkers will be.,included in this sale.

Prices

~area remarka~y lAw. Core in today or to-
morrow and make your selection.

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minismum. Buy now.!

Presentation
"DANCE FOOLERIES"'
With Clarles Hlickey, formerly of'HIClil:BRFhER

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