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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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tWOMEN'S LEGUE OFR
PRIZES FORSUGGESTIONS1
IDEAS ABOUT RASI-G MONEY
FOR BUILDING FU7ND EN-
COURAI4EI-
Prizes for the best suggestions for
raising money for the University of
Michigan League building during the
rest of the year are being offered to in-
dividual women- or to groups by the
Women's League.
A prize of $10 will be awarded for
the idea which will include the whole
campus in being worked out while $5
will be given for the best idea which
can be carried out by a group. Sug-
gestions will be accepted until March
l and should be sent or taken to Ada!
Mulholland,, undergraduate secretary,
at Barbour gymnasium. Miss Mulhol-
land will explain the contest further
after 2 o'clock any day in the gym-
nasium.
Suggestions for raising money othert
than by teas or dances will be wel-
comed unless the teas or dances are
especially novel. The committee to
decide upon the suggestions and awardc
the prizes reserves the right to use,
all ideas which are handed in al-
though the group making any partic-t
_lar suggestion will be'given first con-
sideartion in carrying it out.
Ntices [
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and choruses for the first act; 10:301
o'clock, cast and choruses for the sec-
ond act.

New
To

Y. W. Members
Be Entertained

New members of the University Y.
W. C. A. will be entertained at 4
o'clock tomorrow afternoon at a tea
to be given at Helen Newberry resi-
dence, by the members of the cabinet
and other committee members. Miss
Mary Ross, general secretary, will
present an outline of the various ac-
tivities to be conducted this semester,
in which the members may particip-.
ate.
MICHIGN RIFLE SQUAD
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1WILL HAVE 12 MATCHES'
Ten women have been chosen form
the rifle squad by Capt. Forest Col-t
lins to make up the varsity team which
will repreesnt Michigan in an average
of 12 challenges with other colleges.1
The first two matches were held Fri-
day with M. A. C. and Oklahoma A. {
and M. college. Michigan completed
the match with an average score oft
95.8 Der cent. The comparative scores y
will be announced as soon as the rival
scores are received.
The women who represent Michigan,
in the rifle challenges follow: 'Mag-
nolia Greilick, '25, Ingrid Aloing, '26,
Phoebe Gregory, '24, Mary Allshouse,1
'27, Ann Wheeler, '26, Lucille Walsh,1
'27, Margaret Grooms, '24, Bess Ever-
ett, '24 Julia Moorehead, '26, and Es-
ther Lang, '26.
The highest score in the challenge
Friday afternoon was 98, shot by Mag-
nolia Greilick.

So ''Y t T zveAnnounce Hostesses
Sorority To Give""""*
y Mrs. Frank H. Finch is chairman of
League Benefit the hostesses at the Faculty Women's
clubhouse, 226 South Ingalls street, for
*this week. The hostess for each day
Kappa Alpha Theta sorority is giv- is as follows: Monday, Mrs. Philip
ing a bridge tea for the benefit of the Potts; Tuesday, Mis. Wilfred N. St.
Women's league from 2 to 5 o'clockPeter ;Wednesday, Mrs. Frank R.
Friday, at the Theta house, 1414 Wash- Finch; Thursday, Mrs. John, C. Christ-
U Utenaw avenue. There will be 20 tables es;Frdy, Mrs. on . Chist -
IN OURTG E EGINS a pe will be offered. Tickets stead; Saturday, Mrs. Fred C. Odell.
NCOR 9 1BGN Iar$3prtable. __________
California Women Learn to Shoot
ALL CILASSES TO PARTICIPATV Professor Eich to Give Ieadng The women's rifle club at the Uni-
IN FIRST ROUNJ) The Michigan Dames will met at 8 versity of California is under the di-
TODAY o'clock tonight.sProf. Louis M. Eich, rection of Lieut. B. F. Manning, assist-
of the public speaking department,? ant professor of military science and
Followers of the court game are will give a reading of the play "TIhe tactics.
now simultaneously interested in the Will," by J. M. Barrie. The coach believes that woman's
opening of the class backetball tourn- mild and meek attitude will be an as-
ament at 4:15 o'clock today in Barbour C1t'strue efficiency to use Daily set to her endeavors to learn how to
gymnasium and in the final game of' Classifieds.-Adv. shoot.
the inter-house tourney between Mar-
tha Cook and Delta Gamma which will
be played at 4 o'clock tomorrow. e SPECIAL MAIL ORDER AN-NOUNCEMENT
natter game will decide the winner of' - 0E A.,A
the campus championship and of the W !NWIfIiTE
silver cup to be presented to the vic- ONLY FEBRUARY
torious team. -ET BRA R 3
All classes will enter the first round Cd Y COME Y
of the class games today Thli freshman
class will face the sophomores and
the junior six are scheduled to meet(
the senior team. Membership in the
W. A. A. entitles women to attendR
these games free of charge. It is ex-
pected that a representative crowd AN NE RL TRIUMPH AUTEADIA
will be present and give their re- 1 ANDH NE ORIENT.
spective teams support.
Wihthe PRadiant
and Magnetic
{ And the Same Cast That Recently PIlayed the Al Jolson Theatre, New York
a 0C ODT ITR Iticket desired.
. E Will be filled in order of their receipt, and filled
before the regular box office sale opens, if accom-
panied by check or money order and self-addressed envelope sent to
D. McIntyre, Manager Whitney Theater. Add 10 per cent tax to price
Prof. S. P. Lockwood, of the School PRJGES--$l.00, $l.50, $2.00. ORCHESTRA $2.50
of Music, will lecture on "The Modern
Orchestra" at the meeting of Matinee
Musicale at 3:30 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon at the Michigan Union. The
lecture will be of particular interest
to all lovers of orchestra music and
to those who may desire information
about the organization of a modern
orchestra. The following musical pro-
gram will precede Professor Lock-q
wood's address:
Impromptu E flat..........Schubert
LotusLand.............Cyril Scott
The polonaise ........... MacDowell
Grace Loraine Hendrickson
The Canary ............Tchaikovsky
Morning ............... Rachmaninoff \
The Island...........Rachmaninoff \
Sylvan Ronndeclay . . Rimsky-Korsakov f
Mrs. Pearl Wolcott
Feb. 18.--The M. A. C. J-Hop was 'r
held last Friday night. The music
for the evening, furnished by Gold-0
kette's Graystone orchestra of Detroit,'
was broadcasted over the college rad-
10.

Read The Daily "Classified" Cot
ESTABLISHED 1818
MADISON AVENUE COR. FORTY-FOURTH STREET
Te EV/ MYORK
Telephone Mlurray Hell 8Sco

Our Representative will be at the
HOTEL STATLER:,DETROIT
Today, February 19
with Samples of Ready-made Clothing
Furnishings, Hats and Shoes
for Spring
Send for "Historic American Buildings"

BOSTON
Tremont cor. Boylston

NEWPORT
220 Bellevue Avenue

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Wyvern society will meet
o'clock tomorrow at Betsy
house.

at 7:15
Barbour

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Dean Jean Hamilton will be at home
to all University women from 4 to 6
o'clock today at her home, 1722 Cam-
bridge road.
All those who are making posters
for the Women's Athletic association
will bring them to Barbour gymnasium
by noon today.
Tryouts for Freshman Girls' Glee
club will be held from 4 to 5 o'clock
tomorrow fn room 160 of the School
of Music.
The Tuesday afternoon dramatic sec-
tion of the Faculty Women's club will
meet at 2:30 o'clock today at the home
.of Mrs.George W. Patterson, 2101
:Hill street.
Masques Dramatic society will meet
at 4 o'clock tomorrow in Newberry
hall.
The Michigan Dames will meet at
8 o'clock tonight in the Faculty Wo-
mnen 's club rooms.
The regular tea for the Graduate
women students will be conducted by
Miss Jean Sharpe, of the University
Library staff. The meeting will be
from 4 to 5 o'clock today in Betsy
Barbour house,
University Girls' Glee club will meet
at 4:30 o'clock today in the parlors of
Barbour gymnasium. All women de-
siring pins are requested to make a
deposit of $1 at this meeting.

SENIOR S0 IETY
TO SELL COLLARS 1
Senior societytis to have charge of 1
the sale of the senior women's collars
this year. They will be here about a
week before the Junior Girls' play,
and as is customary, will be sold at l
the candy booth in University hall.
These collars have been ordered
through Mack and company and are
the regulation size and shape. All
senior women are equested to buy
their collars at this booth. The prize
is 35 cents eacn.

ZaneGry
,&TH E
a 9 Garamaount ticlwe
WITH
LOIS WILSON - RICHAIRD DIX - MARJORIE DAW
JON THE ST A 0E
ERI's "BLUE and GOLD" ORCHESTRA
Playing both Matinee and Evening
PROGRAM INCLUDES-
JA3idPE ADAMIS KRAZY KAT
In a Ch"ist Comedy and In a new
"6AGGJIAYATING PAPA" AESOP FABLE CARTOON

Bargain Mltinees Daily (et;) All Seats

NI4GRIS
Balcony 31c Mahi Floor 45c
War tax 4e War Tax 5c,
Total 5C Total c50C

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Speelai Matinee
WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY
lDe Luxe Show Schedule

N\TARTNESS, as personified by the
gracefulness of line and the simplic-
ity of sweaters, will appeal with intensified
interest to College Women. The new
Beau-Cle weave in coat style, the slip-
overs in novel color combinations and the
styles especially for wear over tub blouses
all are here in abundance of colorings and
modes.

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Practices for the Junior Girls' play
are as follows: Chorus 2, at 4 o'clock
today In Sarah Caswell Angell hall;
cast for the first act at 7 o'clock to-
night in the auditorium of University
hall. Wednesday, 3 o'clock, chorus 9,
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall; 7 o'-
clock, cast for second act in Univer-
sity Hall. Thursday,, 4 o'clock, chor-
us 1; 5 o'clock, chorus 3; 7 o'clock,
chorus 10; 8 o'clock, chorus 5. All
of these choruses will practice in Sar-
ah Caswell Angell hall. Friday, 9
o'clock, chorus 6; 10:30 o'clock, chor-

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clock, chorus 13, all in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall. Saturday, 9 o'clock, cast

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Arcade- Nita Naldi and Jack
Holt In "Don't Call it Love."
Majestic-Zane Gray's "Call of
the Canyon."t

Tali'n from the Story
"PITA ('OVE~NTRY"
ith tHe star Players
A.SNE4S AYRE
JACK HOLT
NITA NALDI
THEOI)ORE KOSLd)FF

Wuerth - Mary Pickford in
"Rosita."
Orpheum-"The Darling of the
Rich," with Betty Blythe.

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and Pumps
In a fairly good run of sizes.
Formerly priced $7.50
and $9.00, now

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Can you realize it? It will be with us in a very f4
weeks and it is now time to select your SPRING CLOTHE
We have just received our new stock of SPRII
CLOTHES which will give you a varied amount to self
from.
Anyone who has ever had a FITFORM SUIT w
tell you that they are always the latest in style, the finest
goods, and at a moderate price.

DON'T MISS THIS DE LUXE
DRAMA OF TANGLED HEARTS,

--Added Features-
"STAY SINGLE"

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