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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

III A VA=
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BRUIM TO ANNOUNCE
SENIOR CASTTODA1Y!

the
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faculty. A large supply of artic-
left from the Christmas bazaar
also being sold.

EXPLAINS TENONDIES
I NCORORAlZT

PLAY REHIEARSALS IWILL
MELD DAILY DUR1ING* COM-~F
ING WEEK

Comies To Inspect
Womzen Police In
'American Cities!

~JUNIRS AD SEIORSNo ticesI
WIN IN DANE'l EET
- I Thefirat round of the tennmis tourna-
Junior and senior ajo;cr stuadents illr meut mus t be played off by Monday
the departmnent of physical educatioan anid the Names of the winners (those
took first place in the dan-Iyce peet! vz will two sets out of three) post-
held Tuesday night in ]3;arbcur-r n- ed on the b)ulletin board in Barbour
mtnsium, by a score of 47.8 agint thIFt
44 points gained by the freshtmen atnd znsun
sophiomoireclasses.coniorpitnsaepn
BE- Free (dancinig, ;fundamle ntals,, nu re- Throecuclo oitsaeoe
ryrhymns and oiialgop:acsAt the iri Rc:eeve suinmer camp, for
lwere wolked' out i:i the,, t whitiich the coming summerZf. These are 'in
was a challenlge to the freshen and 1 li~lswtiming, n alure lore, Crafts, "hnd,
sophomore by the two upe1lass)ous eeeing. Womien who wou~ld like]
ga-Dr. Margaret Bell and N Ehlto ihave these posi tions are asked toI
adys McCormick, of the, phys ca dco sl Miss: Traum aat the city, Y. W1.
ore dlepartmenlt, judged? the lrn"4, .( oMsT. aln'oiap
ne ch ___________C oiMrzs. .E aknf' p
t in ta nford To p'e.nt Fipointent s
Stanford univer.sity, Ay 2''.-Oen AA}>>C1rI~~l

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Five -100 Per Cent i Li pert house, (G),'E
Pledgs InDrive Ita l 61; Phj S1
Pl d e nRegh house, 56; Adle hue () 0

Followi is the latest per-
centage report of the houses on the
campus in the Womle's life member-
ship drive: Alumnae house, 100;Co
Co-legiate Sorosis, 100: Alpha Xi Delta,E
100; Ladd house, (3), 1(,"; Pi 13Bea
Phi, 100; Alpha Gamma Delta, 92;
Delta Gamima, 90; Alpha Chii Ollie-[,
79; Caughey, (9), 78; Gamma Phi
Bet,,, 77; Betsy Barbour, 77; Martha
Cook. 72; Adams hiouse, (10), 70;

'The numbers in parenthesis
the number of wvomen living
House. These are only given
there are a small number a
house.
Mr. R. B. liosken of the S
Machinery company interviews
iors interested in positons w;
company in mechanical engia
yesterday.

BE,

Members of the cast for the annual{
Seior Gils~' play, "If I Were Kink," y
which will be given June 13, are to
be announced in tomorrow's Daily.
P9rof. John L. Brumm~, who is directingC
the production, has been holding in-
tensive rehearsals during the past,
week in order to select the leadinga'
characters from' the large number of
women who tried out.
Reheai sals for the coming week are
scheduled as follows: Act 2, 7 o'clock
M~onday; 'act 3, 7:30 o'clock Tuesday;
act 2, 7 o'clock Wednesday; act 3, 4.
o'clock Thursday; act 4, 4 o'clock .
Friday. Rehearsals for -the following
week include those of. act 4 at 7 0'-
clock Monday; act 3, 4 o'clock Tues-
day; act 4, 7 o'clock Wednesday; actt
1, 4 o'clock Thursday; act 2, 4 o'clock,
Flriday. Only members with sp eak-~
ing parts will be required to attend
rehearsals until further notice is giv-11
en. These members are expectd to I Ceiniandant Xary S1. = [lea
pa e f$ rmwihfnso Yr .Alwcmadn fabsences will be deducted and with the W omen's Auxiliary Police of Lon-
which food 'will be bought later for don,,has just arrived in New York to
rehearsals. spend .eight weeks studying American !
police methods, especially the methods '
of condIuctirn-ni'lht courts, in se~ eral
American citib S ',he wears her.ai
LEA lE UM~ C SLE London policewom en must either;
TO E A ENJ B Twcrppedthotw"an-fariong an ays;h
TO REUPENdTO a net-no bobbed hair on the7
force. Reneorter s sent out to look forj
Results of the League rummage saleheupnoraivlasdhr v1
for yesterday showed that nearly half, erlupnc hinkrivalhrp a n er e-,
of the articles had been sold. The fore th ey were told that "le" was the
sale re-opens at 8 o'clock this morn-)I "police lady."
ing at the city Y. WV. C. A. and con-I ----1
tinues until b o'clock this evening.,M dl tl
Teeis a large supply of useful ar- m d l GiveStlI
tidles, both old and new. The com- D)isp lay At Pa rty
mittee in charge expects that these
will -ll be sold today.
Proceeds of -the sale, ,which is an!] !a in oes euiu lte
annual affair, will be. given to the 1Cndarstile,;model,ptt t ifunllthesr;
League building fund. Articles on sale own were displayed at the style showit
have been donatod by league hiousesyestav afternon at Sara h Caswcll,
sororities, doritories an~d women W o'.rgefl h211as ,part of tlhe entertain- f,

(,LAT'V I)Y WI, '2.31,,SPEARS'
FORE LOCAL BRANCH O01-
W 4V03[E N VOTERS
}}Modern= tendencies in court onp
ization were explained by Oha
Wells, '23L, in a speechi given bei
the meeting of the Ann Arbor bra
of Women Voters, Thursday night
Lane hall.
Miss Wells emphasized the'
that; specialization in the courts
ables each judge to deal with
types of cases for which he hasl
bared himself, and mnakes possible
exclusion of the crowds of court
lowers in moral cases. She illust
ted this tendency by facts taken ft
the Chicago system which is divi
into domestic relations, court, 1)
court and morals court. She ad
that sometimes various members
the same family will be present in
three courts at the same time. N~
Wells also emphasized the importa
of the psychopathic laboratory in c
nection with the court, to disco
the true cause of crime.'
Laverne B~urchfield, grad., explb
ed Ann Arbor's system of governor
Iwhich is of the mayor-council t3
Violet Kidder, °'26, gave a history
the National League of Women,
ers, which was first organized as
auxiliary to the women's party in
states where women could vote,
'which is absolutely non-partisan in
policy.
i Mrs.' Louis Warfield, who wass
by the state president 'of the Lea
as one of the Michigan delegates
the fifth annual convention of
League which was held April 23-2i
Buffalo, N. Y., told several of her
ieie cs.

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Special for Saturday
ALL PATTERN HATS AT REDUCTION

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air rehearsal are being hell on the
campus for the production of "The1.
Legent of the Laurell", a Greek play to
be staged by the Women's Althletic vs-
sociation on May 3. The cast ,,v'l in-
elude eight principal roles while more
than 140 other~ women are taiking, part
in choruises and committees.

jt a v .41Lk,,n iau,, , t~tU1111 l1U
secretary, will be in the office of the
W omen's Leaiguie from 11:30 to 1:30
today. Teaim cap)tains are requested
to turn in t heir membership reports
at this time.
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
quick ly.-Adv.

Cane
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Anent of the Women's League party.
jLingerie, sport clothes, suits, street
dIresses, afternoon. and evening dress-
es of the latest fashion were shown.
Prof. Robert T. Craig of the forestry i
department hand twenty, students of
that department yesterday made a, tour
of inspection to the Creolite Manu-
facturing company at Toledo. I

The Sliding, Danming Comedian f
ROSCOE AILS
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KATIE I'LLIVO

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