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MIll ORDERS ACCEPTED She Wrote First
Play A t Fourteen
FOR SENIORSGIRLS' PLAY P yA
Mail orders for the annual Senior,
Girls' play, "If I Were King," by Jus-j
tin McCarthy, which is to he presented,
at the Whitney theater on Friday, June
13, as part of the Commencement weekm
program, will be accepted from now
until June 12 and filled in the order'
in which they are received, according
to Dorothy Greenwald, business mtan-
ager of the play. Applications should
be addressed to her at Helen New-I
berry residence.
The play is to be given indoors rath-
er than outside this year, because of
the uncertainty of weather conditionsI
and because it is believed by the com-
mittee in charge of the production
that the scenery for the play, which is
of a romantic type, can be more ef-
fectively worked out for a real stage
than foir an improvised one. 0. S.
Davis, of Detroit, who has executed '*r . .,.II
the scenery for .previous Senior and r
Junior Girls' plays, will also furnish
John L. Brumm. Pamela Brown is the
general.chairman and the remainder i Iss R1he4 Crolelirs
of the comittee heads include Madele- Miss Rachel Crothers, of New York,
ine Arnold; programs; Dorothy Green- is one of the most successful play-.
wald, business; Dorothy Jefferys, wrights in the country. Her. latest
costumes; Elizabeth Carsons, proper- drama, "Expressing Willie," has just
ties; Flora Callender Kirsch, music; scored a success in New York, and
Winnifred Craigie, advertising; Bern- she has gone to her summer home near
adette Cote, publicity. Danbury, Conn., to commence another.
Prices of admission will be as fol- Miss Crothers was born in Bloom-
lows: boxes, $2.50; orchestra, $2; ington, Ill. As a little child her pow- I
first four rows of balcony, $2; re- ers of mimicry attracted attention and
mainder of balcony, with the excep- at ten she commenced writing short
tion of the last four rows, $1.50; last stories. She wrote her first play atj
four rows of balcony, $1. the age of .fourteen and produced itl

IB R IT IS H W O M O H E G B
ON T HE COO
London, May 19
Council of Women h
of "The good old d
and 1924" for the se
be given during it
week at Wembley, J
Miss Lena Ashw
"Amusements and
H. A. L. Fisher on
Women"; Prof. W
"How Women Ear
Miss Pennethorne
Miss Lillian Barker
Training, the Stern-
Dr. Jane Walker on
Waists." The lectu
ing instruction, wil
form in order to att
tion visitors.
TAXES CON
FRENC
Paris, May 19.-Ex
left an estate inF
9,347,102 francs, wh
Princess Marie-Cloti
Prince Victor-Jeron
peleon.
The expenses and
the settlement of th
ormous, for it has de
totalled 7,593, 297 fr6
1,753,805 francs was
cess.
At the tenth annu
the Girl Scouts of
held at Chicago, Cap
and Lieut. Iris Boul
cago, were presented
let medals for bein
scouts.

Notices

with the aid of her schoolmates. She
then wrote a series of farces. She}
was educated for the stage and achiev-
ed success along this line but realized
that her natural forte was in writing
and staging plays.

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There are 15,000,0
than mnen in Europe.

University Girls' Glee club
meet at 4:30 o'clock today to'
officers for the coming year. Allx
bers are urged to be present.

will
elect
mem-

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WOiIEN OF A

Alpha Chi Omega will compete with
Martha Cook in a postponed game
which will complete the first round of
the interhouse baseball tournament at
4 o'clock tomorrow.
Kappa Phi will hold a meeting at
7:30 o'clock tomorrow at Wesley hall.
Meibers of the executive committee
of Masques will meet at 1 o'clock to-
morrow afternoon in Newberry hall.
Act2 of the Senior Girls' play will
rehearse at 4 o'clock today in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall. Act 3 will re-
hearse at 7 o'clock tomorrow at the
same place.
In case of rain today, the Lantern
night exercises will be held at the
same time .tomorrow.
Freshman women are requested tr
go to Palmer field house at 1 o'clock]
tomorrow to help make the garlands
for the pageant.
SENIOR SOCIETY
SELECTS MEMBERSI
Senior society, an honorary organ-
ization for independent wom n initia-
ted the following junior women to
membership in the society yesterday:
Jane Gibson, Rosalea Spaulding, Jess-
ica Megaw, Muriel Fox, Marianna
Smalley, Beata Wagner and Ellura
Harvey.
The Presbytery of Montreal, Canada,
has unanimously adopted a resolution
in favor of the admission of women
to all positions in the church on the
same conditions as men.
Mrs. Helen Marian Viglini, of Dal-
las, Tex., has announced her candid-
acy as judge for the county court of
Dallas. She is the first woman to run
for the post. She was formerly assist-
apt district attorney and has been ac-
tive in civil law practice for the past
five years.
In Columbus Junction, Ia., every
municipal office is held by a woman.
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talint Col j
Course!/
You, too, cai make good±
money selling high grade
shoes DIRECT TO THE
WEARER. There's a real opportu-
nity in this work both during the
school year in spare time 1and also
making it a profitable full time
Summer Vacation Job.
Every man buys shoes and we guar-
antee the qualIity and style of te
Doublewear Shoes. Ours is the larg-
est shoe company in the U. S. sell-
ing direct. Some of our men have
established a fine repeat business
with thousands of Doublewear cus-
tomrers.

Screen-'today

Arcade-"The Law
with Baby Peggy.
Majestic -- Buster]
"Sherlock, Jr."

Forbids,"
Keaton in

Come and tryot
Perhaps you ha
sibilities.
Don't neglect
I your exercise jus
can't play baseb
Give track and fle
iPractice from 4
l every Mondamy andi

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lEN TO TALVH
O OLD DAYS
.- The National
as chosen the title
ays and now, 1851
ries of lectures to
s own particular
June 16 to 20.
ell will speak on
the Stage"; Mrs.-
"Laws Concerning
inifred Cullis on
n Their Living";
on "Literature"; I
on "Crushing and
Age and the New";
n "Waists and No
res, while impart-
I be kept light in
ract many Exhibi-
SUME
H ESTATEJ
-Empress Eugenie
France valued at
ich she willed to
lde, daughter of
me-Frederic Na-
T
taxes attached to in
e estate were en-
veloped that these
dncs. The sum of
left for the prin-
ual convention of
America recently
t. Lauris 'Baldwin
ton, both of Chi-
with golden eag-
g perfect girl
000 more women
ICIiI( AN
it!
ye latent pos-
to continue
t because you
all or tennis.
ld a trial.
4 to 6 o'cock
I Thursday.
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LANTERN MNIIT PROGRAM
4 o'clock- Fieldw games. Final
tournaments in baseball, ten-
nis, quoits, and soccer.I
5:30 o'clock-Picnic supper.
7:00 o'clock-Freshman pageant.
8:00 o'clock -- Lantern proce s-
sion.
8:30 o'clock - Presentation of
athletics awards and singing of
the Alma Mater.
Stations for the formation of
the procession are as follows:
Seniors will form on the hill in
back of the nurses home; the
juniors on the left hand s;ide of
the gate on 14th street; sopho-
mores will gather on the right
hand side of the gate on 14th 1
street and the freshmen will
make their formation on the op-
posite sidewalk.
CAMPAIf4N COMMITTEE
POSTPONES 1lEE'flNx
The meeting of the alumnae I
campaign committee for the
Michigan League building called
for Monday, May 19, will be
postponed until further call to
give the national campaign com-
mittee time to act upon certain
suggestions of the last meet-
ing of the Ann Arbor committee.
rhere are three women constables i
Allen county, Ohio.

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Students+ At last! The age-Old problem solve
Go to your Bruswick dealer
HOT news for archeologists, economists, jazz hounds!
Hear Margaret Young on her latest Brunswick
Record. Entertainingly brightened by her irrepressible
youth, her musical voice, now find out what Pussy has
meant all these years! You'd be surprised!
And on the other side, just to give you a full six bits'
worth for your 75 cents, she sings another new one--
"Nobody's Sweetheart." As only Margaret Young can
sing. You ought to own this one!
Now! Today! Go to the Brunswick dealer and hear
this record. He will gladly play it and any others you
ask for.

English Women
Desire Advance
In Political Field
London, May 19. - More women
members of parliament, and yet more,
is the slogan of the Women's Free-
dom League which held its 17th annu-
al conference here recently.
Mrs. Schofield Coates, presiding,
said the eight women members of par-
liament were the advance guard. ButI
they were not satisfied, they wanted
I quite half the seats in the house and
they wanted more women at the head
of some of the departments. The ad-
vent of a Labor government had given
rise to hopes that the inequalities that
existed in the franchise laws as be-
tween men and women would be
quickly wiped out.
OLYMPIC TICKETS ON
SALE FOR WOMENV

Notice!

Are you wondering how you will get your quota
$207 for League? I will allow League Fund or any c
Club or Charity designated 10 per cent on all rugs soli
people whom my advertising will not reach. Bring :
friends from away to see my Chinese Rugs, Chinese Be
and Mission Linen. I consider this my best method of
vertising ;-for unless people see my rugs, they cannot
preciate the fact that I am importing higher quality and
selling for much less than other dealers.
On exhibition at all times except Sunday.
MRS. H. B. MERRICK

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Louise Roberts, '26, has tak-
en over the sale of Olympic try-
out tickets among the women on
the campus. Miss Roberts urges
that all organized houses on the
campus co-operate with her and
subscribe for these tickets in
blocks. Tickets may also be ob-
tained by the women at the W.
A. A. office in Barbour gymnas-
ium. Tryouts will be held in
Ann Arbor May 30 and 31. The
tickets are good for either day.
Price $1.

Hula Lou . . . . . . 2583
Dancin' Dan . . . . . ... 75c
Promise Me Everything, Never Get + 2553
Anything Blues................ .75c
Why Should 2 Weep About One Sweetie 3

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GUY WOOLFOLK & CO.
830 S. State Street
Ann Arbor, XIc.

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Margaret Young
What does the pussy cat
mean when he says MEO

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Wuerth - Kenneth Harlan in
Claire Windsor in "The Lit-
tle Church Around the Cor-
ner."
Orpheum-"The Flying Dutch-
man."

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Garrick - Louis Mann
George Sidney in "Give
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CLAIRE WINDSOR

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Star in

Juvenile
Filmdom

SHOWING

LAST'
TIMES
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Sofia, May 19.-Agitation is on foot!
in Bulgaria for legislation taking
away from the church the functions
of marriage and divorce. There is no
civl marriage In Bulgaria; the cere-
mony can be >erformed only by tho3
church. Only the ehurch can divorce.

KENNETH HARLAN

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Flowers Bloom Fashionably on
THE GARDEN HA.
And now the gay garden hat is begin
ning to appear at smart country club
Large. With a willowy droop. Wreathe
with the many hues of flowers. Feminin
Summery. The effective frock-hat in an(
out of town.

-NOW-
CHUCLES-GRIN S-GIGGLES-LAUGHS-ROARS
at
THE MOST ORIGINAL COMEDY
EVER MADE
Bus-T ER
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Presenting
(hfielal War Dept. Fims
75110WING
FOUR GREAT BATTLES
CHATEAU THIERRY

ST. MIHIEL
CANTIGNY
ARGONNE

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Here! A number of very smar
garden hats. Just arrived from their Nev
York creator-the Vogue Hat Compan
of Fifth Avenue. You will want one o
these flattering mode and you will us

-Also Surronmiuing Bill of Unusual Merit-
'Midnlpht "ues" Also Also 1 Also
A Jack White ComE d A NeNew 'New Lman "THE FLY"
with I Fale1 Nie1 ehUurct
:~ ~ . howe Iodge ifsrocd

See it with your own eyes. Entertaining and
thrilling. A super war picture.
-COMING SOON-

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