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Spring Clothes
To Be Displayed
At Party Today
Six types of spring clothes includ-
ing lingerie, sport costumes, suits,
street coats, afternoon dresses, and
evening gowns will be displayed in the
style show at the Women's League
party to be given at 4 o'clock today
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Models displaying the fashions will
be the following: Margaret Ballard,
1 '27, Helen Newberry; Olive McKay,
'25, Pi Beta Phi; Cornelia Shepherd,
'25, Gamma Phi Beta; Thelma Smith,
'25, Collegiate Sorosis; Vesta DeWitt,
'25, Kappa Delta; Dorothy Nix, '27,
Betsy Barbcur; Louise) Barley, '25,
Kappa Alpha Theta; Sally Randall,
'24, Alpha Phi; Emily ine, '24, Lim-
pert house; Jean Svensgard, '25, The-
ta Phi Alpha; Alice Richardson, '25,
Ma tha Cook; Eleanor Crook, '25,
Adams house.
The style show will be followed by
dancing a,n" refresh ments in Bar-
bour gymnasium. The Union orches-
tra will furnish the dance music.

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GOOD REUT9HOWN
IN LEAGUE AMPAIGN
Keen competition among the dor-
miories, sororities, And league houses

on the campus is being shown in the
undergraduate campaign for life mem-
berships in the University of Michigan
League, according to Miss Ada Mul-
Sholland, undergraduate secretary,
commenting yesterday on the results
of the second day of the campaign.
Reports from the team captains, cor-
rected to date, are as follows:
Alumnae house .............100 pct.
Collegiate Sorosis........ .100
Ladd house (three members).100
Pi Beta Phi .................100
Alpha Gamma Delta ........ 92
Alpha Chi Omega..........68
Martha Cook .............. 64
Kappa Kappa Gamma.......63
Wood house (17 members) .. 58
Adelia Cheever ............. 55
Delta Zeta.... ...........52
Culver house (2 members) .. 50
The central committee of the under-
graduate life membership campaign
will meet at 12 o'clock today at Fos-
ter's Tea room. Miss Mulholland will
be in her office at Barbour gymnasium
at 2 o'clock this afternoon to receive
reports. All team captains who have
not yet reported are asked to do so
at this time.

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Notices
The first round of the tennis tourna-
ment must be played off by Monda'y'
and the names of the winners (those
who win two sets out of three) post-
ed on the bulletin board in Barbour
gymnasium.
Act I of the Senior Girls' play will
rehearse from 4 to 6 o'clock today in
Newberry hall.
Interhouse baseball managers are
requested to make sure that every
t woman on a team has had a heart
and lung test sometime during this
academic year.
All classes in required physical ed-
ucation work will meet in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall instead of going to
their regular classes on rainy days. j
They will practice songs for Lantern{
night at this time.
Women who have not received their?
W. A. A. arm bands are requested to
call for them at Barbour gymnasium.

ATTENTION STUDENTS!
THE ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
Commencing Monday, May 5th
And Daily Thereafter, Will Place on Sale
at Ann Arbor Round Trip Tickets to Toledo

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found 'Trip

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THREE DAY LIMIT
Any further particulars regarding above will be cheerfully furnished.
H. A. MILLS,
Commercial Agent, Ann Arbor, Mich.

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The classes will assemble for the,
antern~ march after the pageant. The
eniors, in cap aid gown, will pass
heir lanterns to the junior women
nd the juniors, in turn, will give
owered hoops to :the sophomores
rhile the classes form a block "M"
nd sing the lantern song. This cere-
iony is significan~t of the passing on
f the traditions to the successive
lasses. Eight women will be chosen
o act as aides to conduct the line of
iarch this year. They will be select-
I on a scholarship basis.
'The lists for the dances for thel
'eshman pageant have been posted
n the bulletin board in Barbour gym-
asium. Freshman women are request-
I to see in what groups they are
assed and report to practices reg-'
larly. Practices are being conduct-
I under the direction of Miss Ger-'
'ude Noetzel, of the pyhsical educa-;
on department. Women who do not
port at the appointed time will be
itomatically dropped.
Tokio, May 1. - A dispatch from1
eoul reported a fire which destroyed
e Korean government printing office4
id tobacco monopoly quarters, with,

LEAGUE OPENS ANUA
RUMMAGE SALE1TODAY
Old and new clothing, sewing ma-
chines, victrola records, and other
articles will composetthe stock of the
annual rummage sale given for the
benefit of the Women's League from
8 to G o'clock today and from 8 to 8
o'clock tomorrow in the Y. M. C. A.
buiding. A large supply of new
articles left over from the Christmas
bazaar will also be sold.
The rummage sale, in charge of
University women, is open to the gen-
eral public. The affair is one of the
big undertaiings of the League this
year and will be well supported, the
committee believes.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

Announce Winners in Contest
Posters for the Lantern night con-
test which was conducted by the W.
A. A. were judged yesterday afternoon
by Prof. Emil Lorch, Prof. Alfred Pel-
ikan and Prof. Herbert Fowler, of the+
.architectural college.
Cash prizes of $5, $4, $3 and $1 will
be awarded. to the following contest
winners respectively: Rosemary Law-
rence, '24, Florence Probst, '26, Dor-
othy Lauver, '27, and Ardys Stoner,
'25.
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS BRING '
BIG RESULTS-
ON LITTLE INVESTMENT

Anyone with a Grecian costume
which she is willing to lend for use
in the pageant is asked to notify Ruth
Holznagle, chairman of the costume
committee.
Three councillor positions are open
at the Girl Reserve summer camp, for
the coming summer. These are in
swimming, nature lore, crafts, and
housekeeping. Women who would like
to have these positions are asked to
call Miss Traum at the city Y. W,
C. A. or Mrs. T. E. Rankin for ap-
pointments.
More than 100 members of the Sci-
once clb of the Hillsdale high school
will visit the University today to go
through the new Physics building.
They will be given a lecture on liquid
air by Prof. R. A. Sawyer, of that
department.
Fire destroyed the roof of a barn
near 944 South State street yester-
day morning. Nearly $50 damage was
done before the firemen could get the
blaze under control.

C0 ENC.
IN . SUNDAYMAY 4th
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EAUTY-and which of us does ro' ?-here are
scenes of such magnitude and splendor as to he almost
heartbreaking.
ROMANCE--you will thrill to th etale of a dash-
ig nobleman and a sweet, unspoiled iAl of the people.
ACTION-there are moments when the story moves
at a pace so cyclone-fast that the blood will course through
your veins at a like speed.
UNTRIGUE-there is plot and counter-plot, an c-
villain who seck to blast the ihappiness of twvo young
hearts, and a mysterious figure which pursues him like
a relentle~s Fury.
GOOD ACTJNG-you will find a ve t cast, draw a
from the raiks of cree:dom's favoritce, headed by LON
CHANEY, P;t:y Ruth Miller, Norman Kerry and
Ernest Torrence.
DRA.MAs=-c w'if revel in one situation more tene
han aaothz:, -l of them building up to a tremendous,
saslng, Irashing climax.
GRADE -UR-you will see sets of glittering glory
und lavis hiuxury, done on a far more magnificent scale
tLan s er Leore been attempted.
PATHOS-your heart will respond to the unselfish
de-otion of Quasimodo-the unquestioning love that made
of him a willing slave who neither asked nor expected a
revzard fro his services.

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