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1924

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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will be at 6:15 o'clock at the Mar-
buck Tea shop. Miss Marion Blood.
assistant dean, will be the principal
speaker. Joanna DeWitt, Helen Wood-
ruff, and Ellura Harvey will alsoj
speak.

Notices
Wyvern will meet .at 7:15 o'clock'

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Mrs.
WOMEN TO ELECT Mrs
OFFICERS APRIL '
Women's League, W. A. A., and Y.
W. C. A. Announce Their
Nomnjnees
VOTING WILL TAKE PLACE
AT LEAGUE BOOTH IN -HALL

PLAYING

cook Will
Address, Council

today at the Delta Delta Delta
SCHOOLMAISTERS' CLUB DR3 W OLE1 O AL house, 718 Tappan road.
D.Margaret Bell: has returned to
TO W TNIS ET09Y N CILDH ODAnn Arbor and will hl~od her office
ESSEI I N TN CHILDO hours as usual
The department of physical educa- Dr. Helen Woolley, assistant direct-
Dr.Heen ooley asisan diec-!Tryouts for the freshmanpaen
tion will hold a demonstration before or of the Merrill Palmer school of willube 1rhe shan pageant
members of the Schoolmasters' club Detroit, will sneak on "The Mental bour gymnaium.
at 3 o'clock, Thursday, April 3, in Bar- Hygiene of Young Childhood," at the our gymnasium.
hour gymnnasium, C- _

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All the work int
be demonstrated
basketball betweer

monthly meeting of the nursery sec-
this department will tion of the Faculty Women's club at
including captain 3 o'clock today in room D of Alumni
n the freshman and 'CMemorial hall.j

April 9 is the date set fora the elec-
tions to all women's offices, Voting
will take place from 8 to 12 o'clock
and from 1 to 5 o'clock at the women's
booth in University hall.
The elections will be held earlier"
than usual this year owing to the fact -
that the president and vice-president
of the Women's League will be ex-
pected to attend a national. Women's
League meeting to be held Anril 23 :
to 28 at Columbia, Miss. These rep-
resentatives will leave for the con-
vention during the spring vacation
which comes later than usual this ,
year. -
Fvery woman on the campus is ex- "
pected to vote for the League rep-
resentatives, members of the Y.W. C. 1rs. Anthony Wayne Cook
A. for the organizations candidates
and members of the Women's Athletic Mrs. Anthony Wayne Cook, presi-i
asociation for the W. A. A. rep- dent general of the Daughters of the
sentatives. American Revolution, has been sched-I
Pictures of the- various candidates uled to address the International.
or president and vice-president of the Council of Women at the opening
omen's League wilt be sent to every night of their quinennial convention
rganized house on the campus. Snap which is to be held in Washington, D.
ots of all nominees will be on ex- C., in May.
bition 'in University hall the day of Plans for the project are to be per-
e elections. fected at an executive meeting of thej
Nominees for the jositions on the council which will take place in Cop-
Women's League are as follows: Char-. enhagen, Denmark, early in the spring.
lotte Blagdon, Jeanne Briggs, Olive The convention will be financed by
McKaye, president; Margaret Dixon, contributions from the 20,000 organ-
Dorothy MacFarlen, vice-president; izations that exist throughout the
Elizabeth Parrot, Kathryn Wilson, country.
'treasurer; Margaret Effinger, Ruth .
Carson, recording secretary; Jessie Faith Dumas, Adelaide Sherer, vice-'
Sprague, Ruth Rankin, corresponding president; Aleen Miller, Marion Linds-
secretary; -Margaret Field, Marion ley, treasurer; Helen Searight, Nor-,
Barlow, senior representative on the ma Clark, secretary; Elizabeth Iays,
judiciary council; Norma Bicknell, Elizabeth Rauck, senior representa-
Loretta Cooper, junior representative tive; Alberta Blendall, Marguerite'
on the judiciary council; Elizabeth Ainsworth, junior representative;
Kennedy, Mary Kent Miller, sopho- Mary, Allshouse, Irene Field, sopho-
xmore representative; Ethel Shroeder, more representative.
Beata Wagner, Edna Kadow, senior
class.' director; Elizabeth MacDowell, Y. W. C. A. HOLDS
Anne Seeley, Margaret Geddes., Grace
Maceonald, junior class director; VESPER SERVICES
lannah Fitch, Kathryn Keldor, Dor-
othy Nix, May Kellar, sophomore class "God's Love in Nature" was the sub-
directdr. ject of the first pre-Easter service
Nominees for the positions in the which was held at 4:15 o'clock yes-
Y. W. C. 'A. are as follows: Jane Gib- terday in the Y. W'. C. A. parlors ofF
son, Ellura Harvey, president; Bertha Newberry hall.
Kiel, Rosalea Spaulding, vice-presi- Lila Reynolds, '24, led this first
d.ent: Cynthia Smith, Mary Tyler :meeting which v ill be followed by two
Louthan, secretary, Geraldine Trus- more services on April 1 and April
cott, Thyra Sheffield, treasurer. 8. The meeting was opened by music
Nominees for the positions in the and responses which were followed:
Women's Athletic association are as by the talk announced. These vesper,
follows: Marianna Smalley, Louise services are given for the women of
Roberts, Dorothy Ogborn, president; the University.

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sophomore classes, clogging, a danc-j
ing fantasy and general gymnastics.
Spectators for this exhibition will
not be limited to members of the,
club. All the women of the campus
are invited to attend and note the pro-
gress in athletic work among Univer-.
sity women during the past year.

The University Girls' Glee club will
hold a special rehiearsal at 4 o'clock
today at Friez hall, School of Music.
Rehearsald for the faculty concert
will be held on Thursday and Satur-
day in Hill auditorium, the exact time
to be announced later.

Waith It!"

As. Dr. Woolley is an authority on
the mental and physical development
of children, her subject should be of
interest to parents and students of
child psychology. The meeting, for
this reason, will be open to all who
care to attefid.

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DRISCUSS NEW ATHLETIC
ZONING SYSTEM AT1TEA

an DORPER RECITAL

All Unversity women interested in
a discussion of vocations other than
teaching, such as journalism, busi-
ness, interior decorating et cetera, are
invited to attend a discussion directed
by Mrs. Amy S. Hobart at 4 o'clock
today in the office of the dean of wo-
men. Tea will be served.
TheHonor council will hold a meet-
ing at 4 o'clock tomorrow in Bar-

Starring
ALSO
STANLAUREL,
IN
"T HE OILERS"
LAST TIM ES TODAY

Manyout-of-town rie ; i ha i n
Discussion of the new athletic zon- j in applications for tickets. for the bour gymnasium.
ng system which has been recently recital of Ruth Draper which will be
worked out among the League houses given on April 7 at the Whitney thea- . Violin Gro
of the campus was the object of a tea ter under the auspices of the Ann Ar- The 'violin group
given by Mrs. Amy S. Hobart, assist- bor branch of the American Associa- ale Student league
ant dean of women, yesterday at her tion of University Women. : o'clock Friday at
home on Cambridge road to which Miss Draper appeared in Detroit Byrl Bacher, 1113
representatives from all the League last week at the Detroit Athletic club. ery member is urg
houses were invited. Dr.. Margaret Due to the limited number of tickets
Bell talked on the subject of athletics. they were not placed on public sale, "Jimmie the adta
Mortarboard assisted with the tea. which has caused a number of Detroit quickly.-Adv.
The athletic zoning is a system by people to send for ttrkets for her.Ann
which the League houses have been i Arbor performance.
divided into groups of five or six to Good seats still remain for the per- A T T H E T
stimulate competition in athletics and formance, and applications may be
the major sports. Nine of the 12 sent to Mrs. E. D. Sunderland, 1510 I
groups are being led by League houses Cambridge road, accompanied by a self- I
which are members of the Honor coun- addressed and stamped envelope. Screen
cil while the leaders of the remain- Prices are $2, $1.50, and $1.
in three groups were especially chos- ,__________
en by the zoning committee. The Studentser Arcade - "The
groups will enter baseball and tennis W ooster Studentswith Conway
teams into the spring tournaments and , othy Machaill.

up to Xeet
of Matinee Music-
will xueet at 3:15
the home .of Mrs.
Ferdon road. Ev-
ed to be present,
aker" sells anything
THEATERS
-Today
Next Corner,"
Tearle and Dor-

0NE (GlA)RlOUIS NTERAINM''iENT

P LA
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As Queen ofT the Apaches

ON THE STAGE
Keith Headliner
THE
JOE THOMAS
SAXOTETTE
FaImous Edison:dPhonograph
Recorders
(Playing Both Afternoon and
Evening)

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rwill give a series of teas in order
become better acquainted.
HONORA 1"l, RY RTERWITY,

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Pi Lambda Theta, honorary educa-j
tionat fraternity for women, will Init-
iate 10 new members at 5:30 o'clock
today at the home of Prof. Calvin 0.
Davis, 1030 Martin place, who is a
faculty advisor to the organization.
The new members are as follows:
Lucile Chalmers, '24, Louise Penning-
ton, '25, Ellura Harvey;' '25, Francis
Tait, grad.; Lona Tnk ham, grad., Mur-
iel Fox, '25Ed, Marjory Read, '25, Mar-
jory Butler, '25, Frieda Schmidt, '25,
and Elsie Beck, '25Ed.
The banquet following the initiation
Daily classified for real results.

Wooster, 6., March 25.-In many
ways thg. most unusual show ever
produced here by a loc41 college cast,
'willk'be staged on the night of Satur-
day,, March 29, when three students
front Wooster college wil present two
one-act plays, "The Monkey's Paw,"
and "Sham."
The show is not one of those spon-
sored by the faculty, and does not
come within the schedule of regularl
college plays. It stands alone in the
history of the college as an example
of the initiative of several students
who have a keen enough interest in
drama to product it on their own re-
sponsibility.

Majestic-Pola Negri in "Shad- !
ows of Paris."
Wuerth-Percy Marnont in You
Gan't et Away With t ,
Orpheum - Dustin F°rcinin in
I The Grail."
stage-Th~ W k,
Garrtck '(Detroit) - Genevieve I
Tobixt 'in "Polly Preferred." 4

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BRIL IANT GORG
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Silk Lingerie, the Sort that
.Pleases Dainty Persons
Peach colored Lingerie sounds delightful and it is
;-fashioned from lustrous canton crepe. Then, too,
the garments of orchid and flesh color are attractive.
Often a lovely chemise will have gown to match.
Venise lace, hemstitching and vanity ribbon all adorn
the silk underthings. Chemise are priced $4.50 and
up while gowns are priced $9.50 and up.

Day
Next'
Monday
There will
be none such
if you make
use of our
store in all

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STATE or WABASH 'Between MADISON and WASHINGTON
CHICAGO
eAnnouncing
OUR FIRST EXHIBIT
_ IHOTEL ALLENEL
Wcdnes:mly, March .26f h
1rdy, Marchm 28th
Apparel
Acessories -
for
College/
Girls Fr
Coats
Suits
Dresses-I
Hats
Sports Apparel
Shoes
Hosiery
Gloves
l ey il!1

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departm ents

G. Claude Drake's

Especially likeable is the che-
mise and gown set fashioned
from dainty pastel canton crepe.
Hand made filet lace has been

Radiun slips with adjustable
hip hems will answer the need
for proper apparel to go beneath
the straight line frocks for

DRUG and PRESCRIPTION
STORE
Corner N. Univ, a.nd State

used for adornment and proves spring. They are priced $9.50

unsuatally effective. The che-

while silk striped slips in white

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