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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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usually close game will be played
w-hen the two teams face each other.
The line-up for yesterday follows:
Dea (u'a anma Phi Beta
.rouse..........F............. Pike
Miller..........F.......... Stewart
4 ixn...........I.C..........Fitch
.~ce.........S.C....... Kilpatrick
aker.............0...........Stoner
Miller............G............ Reece

ASSOCIATION OF BEANS
TO MEET IN CHICAGO

Stunts To Feature
! ValentieParty
Novel stunts, clogging and feature
dancing will be the special attractions
at the Valentine party given by the

IN SORORITY LF

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ml-Re(im-i

-Dorothy Bogan and Mar-
scorer --Olive McKay; tinr-

DEAN HAMILTON WILL ADDRESS,
WOMEN ON "SOCIAL
PROBLEMS"
Dean Jean Hamilton will be one of
the speakers at the 11th regular meet-
ing of the National Association of
Deans of Women which will be held
Feb. 25, 28 in Chicago. Her talk on
"Social Problems and How to Meet
Them" will be given Tuesday morn-
ing, Feb. 26. At that time Miss Ham-
ilton will represent the University sec-
tion in a joint meeting of the four
classes of educational institutions
having leans of women which include
the teachers' college section, the col-
lege section and the high school sec-
tien..
Attending the conference with Miss1
Hamilton will be Miss Marion Blood,
assistant 'dean of women Miss Zelma
Clark, social director of Martha Coolsk

WILL PLAY MART A C O1 TEAM
FOR BASKETBALL

cr-Lydia Felske.

Women's Athletic association from 4E This is the last day that member-
to 6 o'clock today in Barbour gymnas- !Ntfics ship in the University Y. W. C. A.
im.I Delta Gamma's basketball1 team ha~d
lium Deta ammas bskeballtea ha is open to women on the campus, until
The party will begin with the grand little difficulty displaying its super-__ after the election of delegates ,for the
march at 4 o'clock. This will be fol- icrity over the Gamma Phi Beta te3 The Girls' Mandolin club will meet national convention to be held Feb.
'owed by circle and robber (lances yeasterday afternoon in Barbour gym- 25. Five delegates will be elected, any
which will give all the women a nasium, winning by the one-sided score at 5 o'clock today in Newberry hall. member of the association being elig-
chance to become acquainted. Moore's of 49-3 and thereby taking the chanm- ible.
three piece orchestra will play for the pionship of the sorority league. 1IRehearsals for the Junior Girls' A list of members has been posted
dancing. The game was fast throughout and play will be held as follows: At 3 in each house where there are more
Hazel Roberts, '27, will give a solo both teams had 'good teamwork brit ch Eus 1; t 4, chrus '; at 5, chor- Ithan two members, and names of all
dance during the afternoon "and the the Delta Gammas completely out- s ;m w r from 9 to 12 ther members have been posted on th(
prize social dance will complete the classed their opponents and proveduo bulletin board in Newberry hall. Wo-
round of stunts. The prize dance will that they were easily the best team in o'clock, entire cast and choruses will men who are not members are asked
not be in the form of an exhibition their league. pract l (Chorus 4 will meet tomorrow( [to come to the office of Newbery hall
but will be carried on in the form of a The outstanding players for the vic- morning with the others. today and sign.
general dance ang1 judged by the pro- tors were Alma Crouse at forwardi
cess of elimination. Mrs. Marion I.- and Lois Miller at guard and for Cam-

Burton, Dean Jean Hamilton, Dr.!
Margaret Bell, and Mrs. John Sund-
wall will act as judges of the dance.

building, Miss Helen
of Helen Newberry

Bishop, director
residence, Miss

All women on the campus are in-
vited to attend the party. A charge
of 15 cents will be made for admission.

ma Phi Beta, Margaret Fitch at center
and Ardys Stoner at guard showed up
the best.
By winning yesterday's game Delta
gamina is given the right to play tie
Martha Cook team, which won the dor-
mitory league race, for the champion-

Jeanette Perry, director of Betsy Bar-
bour house, and Mrs. Juluis o. Schlot-
terbeck. Miss Clark, as secretary-
treasurer of the organization of Mich-
igan Deans of Women is,in charge of
atrangements for a breakfast which
the organization will hold on Tuesday
'morning. Miss Hamilton is i charge
of the program of the breakfast.
The meeting of the deans of women
this year presents many changes from
the first conference called a Confer-
ence of Deans of Women of the Middle
,West which met in Chicago and Evans-
ton in 1903. At that time 18 deans at-
tended. In 1909 deans of other insti-
tutions besides state universities were
invited to attend the meetings. The Na-
tional Association of Deans of Women
became a recognized department of
the National Education association in
A916 and was formerly affiliated with
ihe Department of Superintendence in
3923. In the last four years the con-
ference has greatly increased in mem-
ership and in scope of activities. The
meetings of the 1924 conference will be
Meld at the Blackstone hotel.
Miss clark Seaks at Hewell
Miss Zelma Clark, social director of
Wrtha Cook building, spoke at the
Mother's and Daughter's banquet held
recently at the Howell high school.
e1r subject was "College Preparation,,"
i, Daily classified for real results.
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Like to drink malted milks?
Sure thing, Old Top!
Then why not eat 'em--
here's your chance
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contain no cane or beet sugar
Sate for Athletes in Training
Right size for your pocket. Go
great at the game-atthe show--on
hikes--at school or in your room.
5e - At All Dealers -Se
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Send a nickel for a sample.
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Makers of
SHEMO
the incomparable fountain drink
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British Ship on Rocks ahip of the campus. This game will be
London, Feb. 14.-The captain and 1nlayed at 4 o'clock next Tuesday a't-
16 seamen have been drowned in the i ernoon in Barbour gymna ium end
wreck of the British ship Mora, says should prove the best gamrme of the
a Lloyd's dispatch from Lisbon. The entire season. .Both teams have dem-
boat went on the rocks near Cape St. castrated their ability on numerous
Vincent. occasions and it is expected that an un-
h_.SPECIAL MAIL ORDER ANNOUNCEMENT
(~~~~ OY1Lm %wn~:M SATURDAY,
amL FEBRUARY
AN UNPARALLELLED TRIUMPH EXTENDING
FROM NEW YORK TO LONDON AUSTRALIA
AND fWE ORIENT.
With the Radiant
and Magnetic
And the Same Cast That Recently Played the Al Jolson Theaire, New York
ticket desired.
MA ORDERS Wi"l be filled in order of their receipt, and
before the regular box office sale opens, if accom-
panied by check or money order and self-addressed envelope sent to
D. McIntyre, Manager Whitney Theater. Add 10 por cent tax to pi 4e
PRICES-$1.0), $l5~0, $2.400. ORCHIESTIU $2.5)
EXcisive Styl s
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4 iNWKELS ARCADE
To make room for our large stock of SUITS and
DRESSES just reCeived we are having a below
cost sale on a few COATS
COATS, sizes 3 to 14
] DRESSES, sizes 3 to 16
SUITS, sizes 3 to 8
SCARF and HAT SETS
SW EATERS, sizes up to 8, dark colors
Sale Begins at 10 O'Clock Thursday Mcrnag~
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Afternoon Tea
Dinner -
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COMEDY
With 't'hese Star Players
THEODORE ROBERTS
EDWARD HORTON

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