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Y, JANUARY 25, 1924

THE MICHI AN DAILY

PACE

Wi~omen

REMODR OFFICES IN
BAROUR GYMNASIuM

Leads Woman's
Party In Italyl

News From Other Colleges

kny houses desiring candy to sell
get it from 3 to 4:30 o'clock today
the candy booth in University hail.
ny member of the University Wo-
n's Glee club who desire a picture
the club, will please call Marion
How, 1287, by Saturday noon.

WILL

PROVIDE MORE OFFICES
FOR THE YMNASLUM
DE PARTMENT

Remodeling of the administrative
offices of the department of pniysical
education in Barbour gymnasium has
been begun and will be completed

Indlaan-The 104th anniversary of
the founding of the University of In-
diana was observed Jan. 23.
Stanford-The youngest college gym-
nasium class is said to be thiat at Le-
land Stanford composed of 10 boys be-
tween the ages of nine and fourteen.
IlinoIs-Complete reorganization of
the University of Illinois interfrater-
nity council has been voted. The arti-
cles of revision call upon Ilse frater-
nity presidents to instill. a higanrgard
for personal honor am,(crIg ihe fresh-
men.

students in favor of enforcement, 982
for modification, and 526 for repeal,
The Bok peace plan carried the camp-
us 1,107 to 156.
Columbia-Officials of Columbia uni-
versity are considering the establish-
ment of a chair in diplomacy.
Amherst-President Coolidge will
not have the unanimous support of the
students of Amherst college, his Alma
Mater. A Democratic club has been
formed there which has pledged its
support to the Democratic nominee.

Women who desire to do hospital I within a few days. The new arrange-
ocial service work the second semes- Iments provide greater space and addi-
r are requested to give their name, tional private offices for the instruct-
ddress, telephone number, the type ors of the department.
work they desire and the hours A partition has been built in the of-
ey have vacant the second semes- flee o; the director to make sperate
r, to Miss Ross in the Y. W. C. A. offices for Dr. Margaret Bell, the head
ffce in Newberry hall as soon as pos- of the department, and for Miss Ethel
ble. McCormick, the administrator. In the
outer office has been placed the win-
men who are willing to be at dowed partitions which formerly serv-
iecany booth, in University]faled in the east parlor of the gymnasium
om 8:45 to 9:i5, from 11 to 12, from as the private office of the secretary
45 to 2:15, or from 4 to 5 o'clock of the University of Michigan League.

ny day or days during examinations
re requested to call Kathryn Will-
on, 452.
WAHRRER ill SPEAK
The Hon. Charles B. Warren, form-
r ambassador from the United States
o Japan, will be the speaker Tues-
ay night, Jan. 29, at the citizenship"
chool to be held at the Women's City l
lub, Detroit, by the National League
f Women voters. Mr .Warren re-
eived his degree from the University
Michigan in 1891.

The glass enclosure will now be used
by the secretary of the physical educa-
tion department while the space out-
side will be used as a waiting room.
The east and middle parlors of the
gymnasium are now being used almost
exclusively for dancing and clogging
classes. In the northwest corner of
the gymnasium proper, another parti-
iton has been erected to reserve an
office for two of the instructors. When
the remodling is complete, the names
of every instructor will be lettered
over the doors of their respective
rooms and office hours will be ob-
served.
MASUESWILPRESENT
"INIL V-fl-THF-b ISP'f

The citizenship school will.be held !s V-i ii{- - !V
for two clays, during which there will1"Will-O'-the-Wisp," a production
be five sessions, Tuesday, Jan. 29' Iwhich was played here last spring by
morning, afternoon and evening, and Masques Dramatic society will be re-
Wednesday, Jan. 30, morning and aft- produced by the same cast Feb. 27, in
ernoon. Prof. Joseph R. Hayden oC
the political science' department. will Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
di asques will present five plays dur.
speak at 3 o'clock Tuesday, Jan. 29. ing the remainder of the year. "Will-
Prof. Thomas H. Reed, director of the O'-the-Wisp," being included in the
bureau of government and Miss Grace program by the request of witnesses
Abbott of the children's bureau at of the spring performance. The other
Washington will also speak. The time plays which will be presented in
of their speeches will be announced plays which will be presented in
at a laer dte.groups of two will be announced at a
a a l r elater date.
Mrs. Molly Price Cook, who is cam-l The cast for "Will-O'-the-Wisp" fol-
paign advisor for the University of lows: Will-O'-the-Wisp, Ruth Ver-
Michigan League, has been assisting -milyea, '26; the poet' swife, Hortense
in the organization work of the amle,'6 h ot wfHres
Wayne county League of Women Vot- Miller, '24; a maid, Phyllis Delf, '24;
ersurintyeaonth of JanrMt an old cornish woman, Marguerite
ers during the month~ January. Mrs. Goodman, '26.
Cool states that there has been con- Velma arter, '24, is in charge
siderable enthusiasm shown for the o Vead r thu4 pnay ge
citizenship school by the women of De- Belltmy, direction of the play Lucile
trolL She extends an invitation to for the production.h
Ann Arbor women to attend the
school nex┬▒ week. Will Give Annual Tea
The annual bridge tea of the Sarah
I Caswell Angell chapter of the Daught-
i ers of the American Revolution will be
given at 2:30 o'clock of Saturday, Feb.
9, at the Alpha Chi Omega sorority
SScr n-Taday house, 1004 Olivia avenue.
!_Washington, Jan. 24.-The new liq-
cade Sidney Chaplin in uor treaty with Great Britain was
"Her Temporary Husband." signed today at the state department
It agreed to Amhrican right of search
beyond three-mile limit.
Majestic-"Ashes of Vengence, b
with Norma Talmad ge.
w__th___maTamadg_ Patronize The Daily Advertisers.
Wuerth - Elinor Glyn's "The
World's a Stage."E

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Mme. Amalia Besso
Mine. Amalia Besso is the leader of j
the women's party of the Fascisti
movement in Italy. The "black shirts"I
have grown so rapidly that the femin-
ine contingent is almost as important i
as the men's. Mine. Besso is such a
power in Italy that she is ;sometimes
called the.. "feminine Mussolini."
MARTH COOK, Ao . 0.P,
GAMMA PHI BETA WIN!
In the second series of games of the
second round .of the . inter-house bas-
ketball tournament yesterday after-
noon in Barbour gymnasium Martha
Cook defeated Helen Newberry by a
score of 27-24, Alpha Omicron P1 wonj
from Alpha Gamma Delta, 46-12, and
Gamma Phi Beta was victorious over
Zeta Tau Alpha by a 14-7 score.
The games received the biggest at-
tendance of any of the contests thus far
and it is expected that as the tourna-
ment draws to a close there will bej
more spectators at each succeeding
game.
Among the outstanding players yes-
terday afternoon were Ann Sheldon
and. Lucile Chalmers for Martha Cook,
Catherine Brady and Betty Hays for
Helep Newberry, Helen Borrman, Alta
Weber and Louise Boer for Alpha Om-
icron Pi, Olive Fast for Alpha Gamma
Delta, Mary Stewart and Margaret
Fitch for Gamma Phi Beta and Phyllis
Turnbull and Annabelle Burdick for
Zeta Tau Alpha.
Patronize The Daily Advertisers.

Caif .rid- Ancient mounds and
other traces of prehistoric Indian cul- Orth b d r i
ture have been discovered in San
Joachin valley in excavation by the QIIIIRIWMPL ETED
anthropology department of the Uni- UvUrsityoUUaliIoLILU
versity of California.
---Work on the interior of the new
Harvard-It is thought that Harvard Physics building is practically com-
athletic authorities will inaugurate pleted, except for the doors and fix-
polo as a minor sport, tures which the building and grounds
WasitNgton - The University of department will install this week.
Washington rowing team, intercol- The physics department will begin
legiate champions last year, has start- pletion of this work. The advanced
ed its training season. to move immediately upon the com-
laboratories in light, heat, and elec-
Minnesota-Attendance at the Min- tricity will, it is hoped, be able tc
nesota football games set a new rec- move during the examination period
ord last fall at 135,000. Receipts to- and work in all these courses will be
taled $132,900. carried on in the new building.
At present there are at least 25 re-
Yale-Balloting on the eighteenth searches being carried on in that de-
amendment at Yale has shown 585 partment. All of these will be moved

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Garrick- Walker Whiteside in
"Mr. Wu."

New Victor
Records
EVERY FRIDAY
UNIVERSITY MUSIC
HOUSE

to the new building as soon as the W. S. hill, Of _sMitchell1, Soulthl
work is in a-position to be moved. i kota, was nominate lasthe inter
reresentative on the shping b
. There was $1,250,000,000 expended and the names of Frederick R. Thor
in 1923 for road construction and, son, of Mobile, Ala.. and Bert E. L
maintenance. Automobile taxes and ey, of Portland, Ore., were resubn
license fees more than paid the bill ted as members of the board.
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More than a COMEDY. It's a Other Features
roar from start to finish. See this FIGHTING LOO'
old fossil, ninety-nine on one side Round Eleven
but going strong on the other. NEWS O1WHESTRA
STARTING SUNDAY, JANUARY 27
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thousands of Ann Arborites who
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No woman need have any trouble su t'r. her particular type in an Evening
Gown here. They are in a versatile eection here. There's the 1830 bouffant
mode, filmy, soft, sparkling in metal-embroidered lace, with a quaint line
about the shoulders, achieved by lace or V-shaped neckline. There's the
gorgeous Russian style of embroidered metal brocades trimmed in fur. There
are beautiful, slim, sheathed affairs with the new back godets and flat draped
effects, fashionably heavy with bead motifs. There are many other types
and style-variations in Gowns here. Displays are quite complete now. We
cordially invite you to see them.
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The years, like great black ox.
en, tread the world, and God,
the herdsman, goads them on be-

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