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THNTRHOUSE .
GNIEN L.EAGUE PRIZE'

Pleasure Loving
Shah Is Facing
Loss Of Throne,

Westin aster house has been award-1
dthe rize of.$140 offered by the Wo-
men's League to the organization con-
tributing the best .idea for 'a plan in-
." ng, the whole' campus to1 make
mWonsy forthe beneftof the Unvesity
dfl chlgan League building fund. This
l:n is in the frm of an allcamps
cabaret, the de9tails of Which areb'
ing #worked, out by a committee es-
~eclally appointed 'for this urpose.
't~he affar will take place on April :4.1
Other activities are also under way
for projects which will benefit the
"end. In April a rummage sale is1
:,P be given at the down town Y. W. C.
Aunder the auspices of Helen New-6
berry residents. In May the mem-
bers of Martha Cook dormitry will
open their house for a bridge and Ma
:Dong party. This event will be the
last large benefit affair to be given
'this ,year,
DEPAUW TO HAVE
WO MEN'S CIRCUSI
be Pauw, Ind, March 21.-Plan are1
fast nearing completion for the W. S.
191A,~ circus which the women of De-
Pauw university will gve tomorrow
*-ight in the gymnasium. The -main
,how Is to inelu4e every variety,.of ir-
bus, entertainment ;from -the myste-
~ous lhe linRea luebrd rs Eighth
Wife,"' to the pantomime "King of the
annibal ies." Features will be a
olo, dance, a4olldance and clogging.
The titles which will decorate the
fide-show tents include: "Silhouette
~Photographs," by Mortarboard cam-
era men; "What's 'Wrong' with This
IIcture ?" by Theta Phi Sigma models
Of etiquette and many other unique
ideas,
Make New Light Rulng
Bloomington, Id., March ,21.-The
women at the, University of' Indiana
have;;-tel. made a new rule to the
effec th t legl ts will be allwd till
1 tllpciou Fa ~a '4 at rday
nigh '4v) ai4 ad , be-
caus Iwas thougt unfai to women
stay home on these nights who
wer qired to retire at 11 o'clock
whe tter women attending social
fune s' were allowed to keep their
l gh ning till 1 o'clock.
to Have Women's Day
C ffj, Ore., March 21.-:Women's
dlay the Oregon Agricultural col-
lege a been set for May 1U. The
enti y p day will be devoted- to the
Ivor . nd activities of women on the
cam '~ Women's organizatIons-ath-
letic, ssociation, league, home econ-
omio C*lub, and Y. W. C. A. will take
part Ant the program. Mothers of stu-
dent nd prominent women f Ore-
gon,; ill be the guests and speakers
of the day.
Announce Big Sister Board
Lincoln, Neb., March 21.-Announce-
ment has been made of the creation
of a ig Sister oard which will take
over the work formerly carried on by
the senior advsory board The new
board will consist of some members
from, all except the freshman class
and its object is to provide each new
girl in school with a big sister.
Hall loors of the Engineering build-
ing ire being repaired. Worn and
Nquea1y boards 'are being replaced by
new Mlooring. New landgs also are
~'being built. .

CONTESTS FOR PAGENT
NOW BEING CONOUGTO
A pageant staged by the freshman1
Women~ wilL be one of the most attract-I
ive features, of Lantern" night ;thisI
year, it is believed. Contests are, ;be-
ing conducted- now for songs,, poetry,
and posters.- The music and words for'
three songs, are ,desired. They are to
be entirely different in character, spir-
it, and content. Further. in formation
imay, be obtained either from .Miss
Marian H. Blood, at Barbour gymnzas-
ium, or from Sue Grundy Bonner, '27.
Posters for a cover design for the
program are also solicited. These
posters should be in keeping with
the spirit of the pageant. Anyone
wishing, to read through the summary
of the myth to be used in the pageant
may see Miss. Blood. Any material to
be accepted must be in Miss Blood's
office not later than April 11.
Tryouts for the dancing will be
held at 4 o'clock, Tuesday and Wed-
nesday, March 25 and 26 in Barbour
gymnasium, rather than as published
yestlerday.E.
PORTIA DISCUSSES
FRESHMAN POTS

With only ten building permits is-f
sued in Ann Arbor during February,
the month shows a sharp decrease in
Ibuilding activity in contrast with the
117 permits issued, in Februa ry, 1923.1
Despite the fact that the Fe=bruary
building reports, as given in a rcen
issue of Brad street's showed that the
jmonth promises to le the third largest
in the country's hlistory there hav(-e
been nor- indication; of the boon, herc.
City Engineer G. iL.Sandenburgh.
declared this m~orningthiat the F.,c .-
sive cost of building runt . alan
labor contributed towardsth -
crease in the number of newbuc t
ings erected. -Local :lunmher acr
are optimistic regaruiing )l bui=,_
prospects although the cost o" atr
ials is almost prohibitive, sid M?1111
Sandenburgh. The inclement valn
has also kept down the numb r of
permits.

Screen--Today

A T T ItE Til1E A TESIn

Arcade-Jacqueline Logan and
Antonio Mloreno in "Flaming
Barriers."
Majestic-"Women Who Give."
IWuerth-"The Destroying, Ang-
el" and "Columbus.".
Orpheum- "After a Million,"
I and "Haunted' Valley."~
Stage-This Week,
Whitney - Matinee and: evening
performance- 20th annual
production of Junior Girls'
play, "Thank You, Madami."
Clarrick----Ina Claire in "Grounds
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The motr~voit 1hoto of the Shall
of Persia~, takeni as ie was sojourni-
Ing on thie iviera.
For a long' time the 'people and
press of Persia have been sharply;
critical of the easy habit of the Shah'
of spending most of his, time in recre-
ation and inidolence- abroad while ~af-E
fairs at home, they complain, are neg-
lected. Now it looks as though the
Shah is going to lose his throne. The
government has sent hurriedly for
Prince Salar ed Dowleh, uncle of the
'prosent ruler, who has been living in
Switzerland since 1919, indicating
that it will discuss the dynastic ques-
tion with him.
ANOUNCEPRACTICES
FOR WQMEN 1 EE
'April 8 is the date set for the wo-
men's indoor track meet. Some good
records are being 'made and will be
pasted next week. This is an all-cam-
pus affair.
Every one interesteclis urged to. tryj
out at one of the., folowing 'hours:
Freshm en,, 4 o'cloc~k M~onday'; ;sopho m re,5 ocl c o da ;J n or am
seniors, 4 o'clock' Thursday. Thesc"
tryouts will occur in Barbour gymnas-.
ium. Instructors will lie provided at
these hours to coach and instrutct, the.
tryouts.
Faculty_ Club to Award,,Seliolarshi~p
Evanston, Ill., March 21.-Announce-
ment has been made by. the :-Faculty
'Women's club, of Northwestern uni-
versity, of a :scholarship to be award-
ed by that society to a junior girl
who is wholly or partially self sup-
porting, and not benefitting by any
other gift scholarship. This gift will
be made in two payments of $25 each
during the ,girl's senior year.
:NOTICE

Portia' Literary society' at their
T1hursday night meeting discussed the
question, "Shall freshman women
wear pots?" Due to the logic, of
points presented on both sides the
;iudgles were unaleisto arrivct at any d'e-
fluite decision and both sides were
awarded the' vote. The affirmative ad-
vocated that the pot was a mark of
distinction and class pride and would
be a great saving of money in that
marcels would not then be necessary.
The negative on their part pleaded
that it would be an Indignity to the
women of Michigan and that more ser-
iously still it would cause an Indus-
trial revolution and put countless hat
manufacturers out of work.
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything'
quickly.-Ada.

TO BE0NCAMPUES SBU,, ft'
The spring number of the Michigan
Technic, magazine of the Colleges of
Engineering and Arch itectu re, .will a.)-
pear on the ,campus, the first of next
wek. The issue will be devoted en-
tirely to the general subject of "Trans-
portation", It being the, first time that
such a plan has bee~n attemupted.
,Headlinin~g the 'art, Ie';, which will
deal with isransporta'tion by land, air,
and water, will. be one by Ralph Up-
son, noted aeronaut, who is offering
a special lecture, course in the aero-
nautical engineering department thisI
.semester upon dirigibles.
Other stories have been written by
such men as Col. E. B. Moody, of the
Army air college in Washington, D.
C.,; Prof. E. H. Lovell of the electrical
engineering department; George A.
Marr, secretary-treasurer of the' LakeI
Carriers' association; and Gardner
Williams, consulting engineer of this
city, who is also vice-president of the
Amherican Engineering council,
The magazine will, also contain the1
usual departments of alumni and col-

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An 'abundance of comedy situations
ar~e brought in this fast moving mielo-
drama deluxe.
--A.DDD
"lGIRLS WVILL BE GIRLS"
Featuring
BILLY SULLIVAN

JACQUELINE LOGAN
ANTONIO MORENO
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DANCE SFOLER ILL

PAJAMAS
Newly arrived are dainty 'bits of
fem-inine lingerie that will de-
light the heart of every Col-
lege woman. Especiall~y attrac-
tive are the new Pajamna Suits.,

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Immaculate white n-iuslin has
been used for. simple pajamas
that are neatly piped with wide
bands of checked gingham
around the 'V neck, the short
sleeves and hem of the jacket.
These suits are priced modest-
ly, $2.25.

CREPE

In Pastel Shades
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pastel shades proves .a very ef-
fective material for. spring pa-
jamas. It -will be easy t16 dream
pleasantly When clad "thus Wise!
Priced only ;4.00.

LAST TIE S TODAY

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FORD STERLI!
The Yale University Press Presents

CREPE

In Rose' Bud Patt#ern
$4.750
Exquisitely dainty are the suits
of pale blue hued crepe with tiny
rose bhud patterns. This crepe
is mostly silk with only one cot-
taon thread and delights the wear-
er because of its softness.

Colubus

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