THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TU"" ~~~~~Free dancing, nursery rhymes, con- we think we're ju~stified in turning theD E O i crton fiuscadwo rgnlAnAbrplcea osenthm
rhythms in the form of a. pageant or-
MEETING ONTHUBS091lIUt dance drama will be presented by any commnunications to thne Stroller
Hlthe students. Dances which have should be made in care of TIhe ichi-;
been taught in classes will also be gan Daily.
presented at this time..E
Y. W. IC. A. TO ENTERTINI
DETROIT DELEGATION HERE'
Bsulg arian lloman
TICKETS 6O ON SAL
FOR LFAGUE LUNCHEONi
Fifteen women of the industrial de-
partment of the Y. W. C. A. of Detroit,
will be guests of the CUniv ,rsity Y.
W. C. A. over the week-end. They
will arrive here Saturday afternoon,
Staying until Sunday.
A program has been arranged for
the guests as follows: Mrs. Loui
Bredvold will be recreation leader at
a party given for the women Satur-
day night at the city Y. W. C. A.;
-Sunday morning, all 'the women will
go on an outdoor breakfast, later at-
,tending church; at noon they will be
guests at dinner with their individual
hostesses, while in the afternoon,
there will be a social meeting at the
Y. W.C. A.
League Party Has
More than 150 women attended the
monthly Women's League party yes-
terday at Barbour gymnasium. Mum-
'miers presented "Stringin' 'Pin," a ,one
act play 'by' Frank G. Tomskins, the
cast for which was made up as fol-
lows: Mine. La Rose, Maclelne liMc-
Gurk, '24; Millie, her daughter, Merel
Hl. Parks, '25; the Girl, Phyllis Delf,
'24. The Union ive-pieco orchestra a
furnished the music for dancing.
Tickets for the annual Women's
League luncheon which, will be held
on Saturday.,April 5, in lBarbour gym-
iasiuni are now .on -sale° at Wahr's
and ' ura nam s''bookstores.
The price is 75 cents for ,undergrad-
I rdtes and $1. for :alumnae. Wives of
faculty miembers as well' .as alumnae'
andwor' ~ ofthe Uinivyersity are urg-
eto attend. To aid in the distribu-
totickets are being sent to allI of
An all-campus women's mass meet-
ing will be held at 7 o'clock Thurs-
day, in Sarah Caswell Angell hall un-
der the auspices of the Honor coun-
The ;purpose of the meeting will be
to create interest in outdoor baseball
among the women. Speeches will be
given by the faculty women and stu- 1
Women of League houses in the
same one will meet at this time and
arrange for the formation. of baseball
teams and plans will be discussed for
competition between teams from the
All women interested in. athletics
are urged to attend the meeting.
Dr. Margaret Bell and Mliss Ethel
McCormick, of the physical education
departmnent will act as judges at the
'We like to: patronize all the old
saints wh~lo write philosophy, but we're
darned if we can keep our eyes on-the.
stars when there's so much mud11
ChicagE~o UnIvereity to (;et GiftsI
Chicago, March 29.-At the 12th i
convocation of the University of Chii- I
cage, President Dke Witt Burton is-!
su.ed a statement acknowledging al
number of gifts in which the univer-'
-city will receive. Among the gift s
mentioned was the donation of $1,400,-=
000 to the Woods Hole Marine Biolog-j
ical- laboratories made jointly by the:
Carnegie institute, John I). Ro(,hefel -
ler, Jr., and Friendship fund endowed
by C. R. Crane, of Chicago.
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS BIRING
- i -ONLITTLE INVES T1'ENT j
P:r e taeni the Aris
Anniiw n arg
the dormitories, sororities, and league
CS1 il s-
leg .Mon in Washington but a political
1I 3 a reetd'e rmcoming
to this county.
SOCIETIES GIVE DANCE
A fornial danice was given by Mor-
f f tarboard, Senior society and Wyvern,
..... women's honor societies, last night ati
.. the Kappa Alpha Theta house..- This
is the first affair of the kind which the
LallyN'eh-nee v g jLStandtcoff tsoycieties have given. Ed. Thomas' or-
A littleIl hilo ago thle acute feminists chiestra furnished the music. The
werecherin Mle. Ngeda Sanc- Jchaperones were, Dean Jean Hlamil-i
ouff', Bulgaria's and the World's onlyi ton, Dean W ilbur H. H1ump3hreys and
womnan diplomat becallse she decided! Mrs. lluinnhreys, and Mrs. Vedder.
m ien wveren't worth marrying. Well,
she is, m.arz, ldnow. She became a All bills for the Junior' Girls' play
B~ritishi citien 1)y marrying Sir Alex- must be sent to Edna Kadow, business
ander Muir and has announced her in- manager, 1503 Washitenaw avenue, by
tention of seeking election to par- f April 1. Junior women Who have
'liament.. The former Mile. Standcoff' charged articles to the Junior Girls'.
was named, secretary of the Bulgarian play must also give their names.
y T PEET0 Plans for spring stunts among the
major *students 'of the department of
physical -education have been started
by the challenge of the junior and
senior women to the, freshmen and
j sophomore classes to a dance meet.
which will be held Tuesday, April 29,
in Barbeur gymnasim.
We have a susp~icion t hat when our;
descendanits, years fience, dig uip our
script's th~u only literatufe they~l4
find worth reading will' be Tom Lov-
eli's poetry and R. M. Wenley's lec-
W~e Can Deliver
Remi ngton Portables
STACY R. DBLACKE
"The Loave Mas
The Farnmi-, Dog Star
I "The Silent C.ll"
C APTIVATE'h'S AND AMIAZI
i 6304 E.Ma(
Marchl is as vacillating as a woman
lin love when it comies to making up
-her mind about just what to do.
1Ordinarily we aren't maliciously in-
clined but when the bums (masculineI
f~or I)IM8) next door roll up in 'theirs
open Ford touring at 3 o'clock in the I-
,morn ing and insist on serenading us,
ay Gift of
Patronize Daily Advert
w.... :. 1 .* Y . / it.. Q . + L .
LAST TINES TOI)AY
Lbsence Does NOT
he Heart Grow FN E
(BIelljeci likor' Noft)
Teams have now been chosen to ;-
take; part in the freshman women's
tia Literary societies which will be #«°=
hedArl2.The subject for debate is: "Resolv--
ed, That the United States should ..
adopt further restrictions on immi-Steghnodfidsis:
gration." A..nena will take the affirm- ihane p trtfo2I
ative side of the question and will - Qne-prrat o
be- represented by Margaret Nrichojs, IEse
Edn aZegler, - and Alice Goudy, with - -aster
Hen Klera lternate.. E-:aJ
The negtive" vew will be presenited r
D orty i o elas represented Jby 24 --
D th ,Ae Vhiet and, Ger- ," -
trtide Bailey; 'with :Miriam Olden as
I ~Notices F-
Juniors who loaned flashlighets or
askedto ge the fromAlplra Laa-Photogapher
shoes for the Junior Girls' play, are
-Betsy B~arbour house, immedliately. - --4-- -
-All committees for the freshman
pageant will meet at 4 o'clock Men- - tt treThne3 3W ~
dlay in Sarah Caswell Angell hall. LLtet"oeM ~l~
An important rehearsal of the Un -_________________________________________
iversit, Girls' Glee club will be held __________________________________________
at 11 o'clock today in lAI auditorium.
It is imperative that every member
be present. I
)TH A :[ K LL ._hL!D L STAR, CAST W IDE
--STiNDAY-- It's .A
VM. S. HART in ldwermaid Comedy
4GER JIM McKEE" News and Orch,.
SOON-REFGINAD'iENNY UN~ SPORTING YOflT1i
nr y rw o r raw ir
f _ ,
t Alk lommompplwq
Ru pert Hughes' Liveliest ,Story
IT'S THE CUT OF YOUR CLOTHES THAT COUNTS
Track practices for the classes yin
preparation for the indoor meet are
as follows: Freshmen, Monday at 4
o~clock; sophomores,, Monday at 5
o'clock; juniors and seniors, Thurs-
diay at 4 o'clock.
IAt THE THEATERS
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And VA NOVAK in
r. # +
Arcade - "The Next Corner,"
with Conway Tearle and Dor-
Majestic -- "Reno" with H-elen
Chadwick and George Walsh.
Wuerth-Bryant Washburn and
Eva Novak in "Temptation."
Orpheum-"The Thrill Chaser,"
and Ruth Roland in " flaunt-
Garrick (Detroit) -- Genevieve
Tobin in. "Polly Preferred."
"A TOUGH WINTER"
-TARTNG TOMORROW I
The Motion Picture Version of
A. S. M. H-UTCHINSON'S NOVEL
Tastes differ; if it weren't for this fact a
clothing merchant's job would be as easy--
and about as interesting-as selling post-
As it is, we always have the greatest pos-
sible variety here; if a man wants something
in a colorful necktie, we have it; and we are
also, ready to satisfy the conservative, the
man who wants a neat effect in black and
white. And everybody in between !
We are proud of the variety of good mer-
chandise in this store. It's one of the main
things that hold our customers to us.
When you come in to buya'suit, you will
see a large assortment of the :finest that
America has to offer-Society Brand. You'll
4-n rl thp fabric- antbP mnAP1 von1uwant.
- - - lm H UGHEI
' uside _ story . e avor e _ _ _.
--that will give, you the utmost
~in wearing satisfaction. You'll
find real delight in the ine-
Phoenix things we are offering
The Band That Played for President Wtilson on the Steamship
Tad Tiem:an's olleins
IAn American Unit Band A. E.
F. That Saw Service Overseas
X. Floor, 30"c
Be sure to get specilal g]
the door neat Sunday tc
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