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2,1924

THE MICHIGAN DAIILY

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FRESHMENWIL IE
PAGEART LANTERN NIGHT
A pageant arranged by the fresh-
moan women will be one of the feat-
ures "of Lantern night. Sue Grundy
Bonner, '27, has been named general
rchairman of the pageant. Chairmen
of the committees will be announced
later.
Tryouts for dancing will. occur at
4 'clock, Tuesday, March 25, in Bar-
hour gymnasium and at the same
hour,. Thursday, March 27, in Sarah
Caswell Angell hail. Persons trying
out need, not have had and special
training in dancing. Anyone who is
interested in trying out is asked to
appear at one of these appointed
hours.
An announcement will be made soon
regarding, contests in poetry writing,
songo and posters.
N otices7

T'hey I anage Junior Play

OR. OIIEY O TLK he Strolli
ON MNTL HYGENEPasses By f
Dr. Helen W~oolley, assistant di-
Soene people are just too perverse.
rector of the Merrill Palmer sciool ;esmlycntokou h pyh I
of Detroit, will speak at the r112l.a r 0 of one of our instructors., All the#
monthly mieeting of the nursery SI others are catayloguted in our little
tion of the Faculty Women's Club at
3 o'clock Wednesday, Mtarch 28, inE e ok
room D, Memorial :hall.
Dr. Woolley's subject will be "The NGWcv and then we are siezed with~
Mental Hygiene of Young Childhood"; ~~'hlIg desire td play in the
and as she is an authority on menta ,-,_'_f ' .f hene lt
and physical develQpnment of (hbi-. s our. ; terneli! .
ou )etrFyrn, her subject will be of intere. ',- ',' Iwesa~or
to students of, child psychology and t, :'a~ ;Ioutely 1past.
parents,, For this reason the meret-
ing will be an open. one, and the FPac-

been 'wrong. The March iwInd plows, IjHavana, AMarcch '0 -(S%:eocrs a3
It ruffles one's hair - Marchi hairs.' electric lgtpat ~tuod
(We know (:auleour: is bobbed.) ;Cuba anud C l(-u v ± )I.g pc
probably lose some of the old tinie ; al bomih explosions e eor
agility.1 We acquired it from dodging Th~e strike at Cienfueg os h as b~e ;;
soot-flakes. I settled.*

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SPECIALTY SI-JOPPE
MIlCHIIGAN LEAGUE
> i Per ('cut Coilunlssioll on Sales
Bring This Ad With You

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ulty Women's club extends an in ita-
tion to any one'Interested to hear DZr.,
Woolley.
Munich, March 20.--Dr. K. Spli jidt
has invented an electrically heated
palette and devised a moans o-f ap-
plying hot paint mnixed with wax in,
such a manner as to mare frQ .oor
durable.

~e cdunt like to break. dates au~
w'e-I ur very best calls up 10 min-
utt,: alter our next best frien4 we feel
l:.tiiioJ. it is rather hstrd 'to meet
cur rnext best a few. hours later in
T-li hty's.
W~e nevecr could quite understand
t ,; s e r;ion "March hares." We
s row nw the spelling has always

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Miss Mary Ross', bible cla~ss will
meet at 7 o'clock tonight in room 403
pf H~elen Newberry residence.'

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Dr. Bell has been called 'out of
and 'will not' be In her office
further notice.

town
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AT THE THEATIRS

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Screen--Today

Arcade--Jacqueline_ Logan and
;Antonio Moreno in "Flaming
Barriers."

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Majestic-"omen Who Give.'
Wuert#--"The Destroying An,
el" and "Columnbus."
rpheum- "After a Million,
and "Haunted Valley."

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. ' If#~en Brbwvn Jeane Briggs
Helen Brown, '25, and Jeane lBriggs, '25, are the chairman and the
Ebusiness manager, respectively, of the .1924 Junior Girls' play, "Thank
You', Madam,"- which gave' its initial engagement Tuesday night at the Whit-
ney theater.
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THE CLAR EAN TOURS
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Phone'8$ I' K:'

!C r tIimplicity, Originality
and Taste
Make' up the Correct
Design for Flowers

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The New

Chic Hats

Just the thing for those windy.
spring days, when comfort _and util-
ity go hand in hand for practical
purpoases. An, ideal hat for. the
shingle bob. We have these in varied
assortments .

Stage--This 'Week
Whitney '-?'dlaythrogh 'St-
urday - 20th' annual produc-
"Thantk'You, Madam."
Garrick--Ina Cla ire in "Grounds
for Divorce?'" .

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STATE or WABASH-_ .Between MADISON and WASHINGTON3
,CHICAGO
In troducing
Stves'College irApparel
(I'-AS. A. STEVENS & BROS. one of the leading
Women's Specialty Shops' in America has ,opened a
ColegeBur~eau,' in order to offer apparel which will
be, particularly adaptable to the college girl. We plan to bring
our apparel to you so that you can make selections on the
campus. Wonderful sports clothes, wonderful tailored clothes,
adorable dance frocks--dainty lingerie and smart accessories.
Watih
for 'Date of
Sxkibit,
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.March. Winds--

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Are ColdI .andRougeh.
Use

Esco \Velvet Skin
It soothes, heals and protects the skit, and complexion 4
45cBottles
4i 200-.204 E. LIBERTY ST.

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3.30.&/ PRICES 8-1
.. ,° ~The comedy mce'od:ramna '
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Akekrio oder-'FamingBar
Tirs asTOrec ordspe nwindoinguorof
'uinedy adstrls anmcngHat.
- "GI#LS WILL B~E GI LS"
Featuring Bil1ly Sullivan
- Sunday-Betty Compson and Richard DMx In "TIDE WrRANGUER," .

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WITHI
I JOHN MBOWERS '
k LEAII BAIRD
FORD STERLING j
The Yle. Universlty Press Presenits
PAUL PARROT in

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The Reginald Barker' Prod ction

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Cast lincludes
BARBARA BEDFORD
FRANK KEENAN
RENEE ADOREE
ROBERT FRAZER

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ON THLE STAGE

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