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WOMEN TO CHOOSE1
LEADERS TOMQNORU'

Women's League, Y. IV. C. A., a
IV. A. A. Present List of
Candidates
VOTING WILL TAKE PLACE
AT LEAGUE BOOTH IN U-HAL
Annual elections for all offices
the Women's League, in the Y. W.t
A., and the Women's Athletic assoc
tion will take place from 8 to1
o'clock and from 1 to 5 o'clock tomo
row at the Women's League booth
University hall.
Since every woman in the Univers
ty automatically becomes a memb
of the Women's League when she m
triculates, every woman is expecte
to vote for the candidates for ti
League. Only members of the Y. N
C. A. may vote for the candidateso
that organization while voting privi
eges for the Women's Athletic assoc
ation require active membership, th
is, 100 honor points and membersh
dues paid up.
League Chooses Nominees
:Nominees for offices in the Women
League are as follows: Charlot
Blagdon, Jeane Briggs, Olive !McKa
president; Margaret Dixon, Doroth
McFarlan, vice-president; Elizabet
Parrot, Kathryn Willson, treasurer
Margaret Effinger, Ruth Carson, ree
ording secretary; Jessie Spragu
(Continued on Page Five)
Notices
All freshmen women will meet at
o'clock today in Sarah Caswell An
gell hall. Committee chairmen an
their committees are especially urge
to be present.

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WO CENI URG~ED TO TOTE IN
I STRAW IWLARIES TODAY I
All University women are urg-
ed to vote at the straw primary
election of candidates for pres-
ident to be held today on the
campus. This is the time for
the women of Michigan to use
their privileges of universal suf-
rage. Age requirements do not
hold in this vote. No previous
registration is necessary. The
expression of a choice of a can-
didate will be incomplete with-
out the vote of every woman on
the campus.

ANNUAL INDOOR TRACK
MEET TO BE HELD TODAY
Women from all classes will par-
ticipate in the annual indoor track
meet which will be held at 4 o'clock
today in Barbour gymnasium.
Regular practices have been held
every week in all of the meet events!
including the three class events, track
relay, soccer dribble relay, and ob-
stacle relay. The remaining events
will consist of the dash, shot put,
high and rope jump and buck. Honor
points will be awarded for participa-
tion in the meet.
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x~ inewoenon the campus are
IS Bvited to attend.
1er Freshmen Compete'
eA .NIIT9AT. MA InA.nContest
N. Two swimming tests will be con- Wcrds for a freshman song to be
of ducted b membe f t . A. A. sung on Lantern night are to be the
l- object of a prize contest sponsored
i for all womien who are interested ill by the freshman pageant committee.
at the sport and in gaining honor points Requirements for the contest are that
ip at 7:15 o'clock tonight in the Y. W. the song be short, pointed, and suit-
C. A. pool. ( able to be sung throughout the col-
Thirty honors will be awarded to lege life of the class of 1927.
's all women who are successful in the The words may be set to familiar
to first test which consists of the side music or new music may be written.
y, stroke and back stroke for form and A collaboration of two freshman wo-
y the racing dive. The second test is I men on the words and music is recom-
h similar to the first with the addition mended. All entries in the contest
r; of the breast stroke and either the must be handed in not later than Fri-
c- crawl or racing back sroke for form, day, April 11, in the office of the
e, 100 yeards of any stroke, plain front dcan of women.
dive and another optional dive and -----
- the tank turn, 50 honors will lie given Patroigize Daily Advertisers.-Adv
" for success in both of the tests.
Women who desire to take these __
tests are requested to sign up in Bar-1 LOOK
hour gymnasium today before th Kv
report at the Y. M. C. A. pool. On the Inside MAOK COVER of
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything Your TELEPHONE BOOK.
yd quickly.-Adv.

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The Junior Girls' play tax money
after all fines have been deducted,
will be returned by Jeanne Briggs i
from 2:30 until .4:30 o'clock today I
in .Barbour gymnasium. If womn are
unable to attend at the hours design-
ated they should send someone ini
their stead or the money will be giv-
ei to the Women's League.
Pi Lambda Theta will meet at 8
o'clock tomorrow at the Delta Delta
Delta house.
Frances Ames, '23, will not be at
the Poly Little Tea shop this week
due to the coming vacation. The
percentage given by Himelhoch's to'
the Women's League for all goods
purchased by Michigan women at
their store will continue over vaca-
tion as usual.
Riding classes are meeting regular-
ly at the assighed hours at the fair1
grounds. All women interested in:
electing this riding course with intruc-
tion are requested to report to Cap-
tain Holm some afternoon this week!
at the fair grounds and arrange for
sections.
The last tea given for the graduate
women students will be given from 4
to 5so'clock today at Betsy Barbour1
house. .
Sigma Delta Phi will meet at .4
o'clock, Wednesday, at the Gamma
Phi Beta house. Members are request-
ed to bring convention tax.

NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF RETAILING
The School of Retailing trains for executive positions.
MERCHANDISING TRAINING
ADVERTISING TEACEIING
PERSONNEL SERVICE
FINANCE and CONTROL
Merchants are eager to secure trained men and women in these
fields. SERVICE FELLOWSHIPS
Certificate ...........1 year M. S. in Retailing .. . .2 years
Illustrated booklet on application. For further information write
Dr. Norris A. Briscoe, Director of New York University School of
Retailing 100 Washington Square, New York :City.

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H"AVE YOUR RUGS
CLEANED DURING VACATION
By the Snhampoo Metbod
"Eer Rug Shainooed witii Ivory Soaip"
at the
AMERICAN RUG CLEANING WORKS
P1ONE 1911

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Producers of motion pictures insist that thy6
can never realize their original investment unless
they ''road-show'' BIG PICTURES. In substantiation of
such a claim they point to t''The Covered Wagon"".
'' The Hunchback of Notre Dame' ' and ''The 10 Command-
ments??, all of which are now shown nationally at

A ten-mile honor point hike
leave at 3 o'clock tomorrow from
boor gymnasium.

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SLEEP ANYWHERE, BUT
EAT AT REX'S
TlE CLUB LUNCII
712 Arbor Street
Near State and Packard Streets

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As a special favor to us-.-and after condiderablo
effort on our part--Metro has agreed to make ae"tz'ial
exception'' in-the Ann Arbor engagements of THE
WHITE SISTER'' and "fSCARAMOUCHE''. In brief, it
means that if the Ann Arbor engagement is suocessful,
other theatre-managers and the theatre-goers in other
towns will get the benefit, for Metro expects ONLY
an adequate revenue. If we're successful with our
engagement at 55c prices, the day of the HIGH PRICED
PICTURE attraction IS DOOMED. If we fail, it's-as

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Modesty

$1.95

We cheerfully paid $1.65 to see ''OTHE WHITE
SISTER' ' and ''SCARAMOUCHE' ' at the Woods theatre in
Chicago recently. What's more we enjoyed them, and
felt we had gotten our money's worth. You will be
afforded the opportunity of witnessing these same
gigantic productions at 55c. If Ann Arbor responds
en masse, and the way the production justifies, good
for Ann Arbor and all concerned. If Ann Arbor fails,
watch the Whitney show all the BIG ones at road
show prices.
-This frank statement of conditions as they actu-
ally exist today is written in the firm belief that
Ann Arbor will not fail nor fall short of the trust we
have placed in the theatre-going public.

Prevents us from tooting our
own horn-(too loudly), but
we really believe, and our cus-
tomers boldly state, that there
is
No Better
Eating Place

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A Tub Blouse is always so fresh that it wins its way into
the wardrobe of the most particular women. Fashioned from
dimity and made in the tuck in or over blouse style (to please
individual taste) it becomes very important for Spring 1924.
Many are simple in style, tucked finely. Others have a
touch of Irish crochet lace or fagoting as trimming. A num-
ber of different style collars are found in this group. College
women will want to come in tomorrow and select several at

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