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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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W3i Hold Mass Meeting, At e O'clock
Tomorrow At Newberry hall
To Elect Chairman
KEEP ELIGIBILITY FILE
Distribution of participation is tof
be the keynote of this year's Fresh-.
man Pageant, according to Ellen
Grinnell, vice-president of the fresh-
man class, so that no one group will
dominate the production. A card file
of all eligible freshman women is keptI
in the office of the dean of women,
which includes not only the main in-
terest of the individual in the pageant
but also her group affiliation, so that
no one sorority or dormitory will be
over-represented.
Last year it is found through a sim-
ilar file that one-half of the partici-
pants were drawn from the league
houses, one-fourth from the dormi-
tories, and one-fourth from other
scattered sources. This method fur-
thers the making of acquaintances,
and eliminates the honor from becom-
ing too concentrated.
The points which will be awarded
for work in the pageant are listed as
temporary points. The general chair-
man will receive four, the chairman
of the various committees, three,. com-
mittee members, one, and the partici-
pants also one.
At the mass meeting which will be
heldya~t 5,o'clock tomrow catmNew
S berry hall, the general chairman will
be elected, and arrangements made
that are vital to the production, which
for two years previous has been the
custom of the women of the freshman,
class to stage as part of the LanternI
Night program. Motion pictures of
last year's dance-drama "Once Upon 1
a Time" will be shown which will
give an interesting and practical il-
lustration of the type of entertainment.
expected from this year's class.
Anyone who is interested and who
has not already signed up for commit-
tee work or active dancing participa-
tion can do so at the office of the dean
of women. From these names the cast
and committee members will be chos-
en. A better than C average must
be regarded; however, though ineligi-
bility does not limit freshman women
from attending Lantern Night and en-
joying the program.
BRUSSELS.-The newspaper Nep-
tune says M. Dupont, Belgian consul
general in Quebec, who now is bn a
special mission to Belgium, bears of-
fer of Canadian participation in Bel-
gium's $150,000,000 loan.
PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION SOW.
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Senior society will maintain its tra-
dition this week by selling senior col-
lars for the caps and gowns. These IVUL
collars wll be sold for 30 cents each
near the candy booth in University Sextetle Of Jumior Women Will Sing
hall on Tuesday and Wednesday of Selections From Former
this week and also Tuesday and Wed- Junior Plays
nesday of next week. The proceeds
from the sale will be turned over to INTRODUCE NEW CUSTOM
the Women's league. Senior society
made $30 last year which went toward " n g the newly intro-
the league fund. "Alumnae Night, hy

01 .MIHMDZ KA WVIN BALL GAMES
In the first games of the intramural
elimination tournament, played at 4
o'clock yesterday in harbour gymna-
sium, Delta Gamma defeated Alpha
Omicron Pi with a score of 36 to 18,
and Sigma Kappa won in the Sigmaj
Kappa-Zeta Tau Alpha game, by aI
score of 15 to 10. Aileen Miller, '27,
scored 27 points for Delta Gamma,
and Elizabeth Nutt, '28, nine points.
Winifred Sample, '26, and June Davis,
'29, played forward for Alpha4Onicron
Pi, and scored 10 and eight points re-
spectively. At the end of the first'
quarter the score stood 7 to 4 in fa-1
vor of Delta Gamma, the second quar-
ter resulted in a score of 15 to 6, and
the third 23 to 10.
In the game between Sigma Kappaj
and Zeta Tau Alpha, Evelyn Stead-
man, '27Ed, scored seven points for
Sigma Kappa, Aletta Morton, 29FdE
seven points, and Olive Walker, '28,
two points. Merle Raine, '29, scored
seven points for Zeta Tau Alpha, and
Lenore Lorg, '28, three points. At theI
end of the first quarter Zeta. Tau Al-I
pha was leading with a score of 4 to 1,
but did not score in the second quar-
ter, which ended with a score of 7 tor
4 in favor of Sigma kappa. ,The thirdl

'uced tradition of Junior women, will
insure many special features for Sat-
urday night's performance of "Becky
J Behave," the 22nd annual Junior Girls,
I play, to be presented from Mar. 23 to
27 at the Whitney theater.
Reminiscenses of former Junior
Girls' plays willbe supplied between
acfs by a sextette of Junior women
who will sing selections from earlier
productions. Among the popular
numbers that will be heard are "Swag-
ger Alley" and "Love Only Lives for
Today" from. the classes of '25, and
'26. Dorothy Currie, '27, chairman of
this special performance, has also ar-
,ranged to have a large sign, "Welcome
Alumnae" placed on the Whitney
stage.!
The central committee expects that
"Alumnae Night" will establish a tra-
dition that will provide for a "home-
coming" of sorority and dormitory
alumnae groups as well as class alum-
nae.
Although tomorrow marks the last
day when Helen Reece, business man-
ager, 1520 S. University avenue, can
consider mail orders, a public sale !
of tickets will take plae Mar. 19, 20,
and 22 in Hill auditorium. The price
of the special "Alumnae" section is
$2.50. The general prices are as fol-
lows: boxes, $3, main floor, $2.50, the
first four rows of the balcony, $1.50,
and the remainder of the theater, $1.

Reasons VaryTWhy v[rNOTICEyS"all
TodayOSNG9 Wrdorld fellowship committee of the
Attend Colleo'e I.. « iE -099OA FEUTING 1 Brboir gy mna'in o'clock today.
LI L JILU Today's rehearsals for the Junior Conference committee of the Uni-
--IGirls' play will be as follows: Slec- versity Y. W. C. A. meet at 2 o'clock
"There were two reasons for the iule C 2 A of house rules for under- ialty rehearsals from 1 to 3 o'clock today.
young woman going to'bollege a gen- graduate women, otherwise known choruses A, 13, and C at 4 o'clock New leadership commission of the
eyation ago," said Miss Fandira Crock as the 11:30 o'clock rule was definitely choruses D, N, and E at 5 o'clock; and University Y. W...C. A. meet at 4
er, in an interview recently. "lwy changed, at a joint meeting yesterday act 2 with all choruses and speciali- o'clock tomorrow.
were either an unquena'Mble live .for of the board of directors and the ties at 7 o'clock. Club leadership course of Y. W. C.
studying and the'realms that lt open- board of representatives of the Wo- The make-up committee of' the Jun A. will meet. at 7 o'clock tonight in
ed up to them, or they had the expr ss men's league. 'or Girls' play will meet from 4 to Lane hall.
purpose of better litting themsdlves The riule reads at present: "All en- '5:30 o'clock today. There will be a regular meeting of
for their chosen profession, which a gageinents terminate at 1:30 o'clock Thursday's interclass basketball Athena debating society at 7:15
a rule was that of teachg ion Friday nights and 12:30 o'clock games will be played according to the o'clock tonight at which all freshmen
"For a young girl to come to a uni- on Saturday nights, regardless of thes are requested to be present.
I following scheule:_:15_oclock____h
versity as she does now, to fill in he type of engagement. This does not af- omnore first team vs. junior first team_______
years between high school and wo feet rule C 1 of the house rules, which freshnan first team firsteteam,.rs Lina Cavalieri, retired, renowned
manhood was popularly condcmned in sttes that all houses must close and team; 4:10 o'clock, sophomore st opera singer, has opened a beauty
so strong terms that the girl would callers leave at 10:30 o'clock except ond team vs. junior second team. parlor in the fashionable district of
have been brave indeed who would on Friday and Saturday nights when TmeParis.
have faced the wrathful sentiments of the hour is 11:30 o'clock." There will be a meeting of the in-
tramural swimrming meet committee DULN -Thrwaaritu
her family and the general public for The change however will not go in- alsmI DU .Tod
the sake of an education which was to effect until the week-end of March scene in the Abbey Theater during
not meant for one of the above pur- 19 to insure sufficient publicity and ehiere will be a meeting of the ath- the performance of Sean O'Casey's
poses. Jo enable letters to be sent to the managers at 4 o'clock tomorrow. new play, "The Plough and the Stars."
"Although there are many more va- chaperones and house heads explain-
rieties of student in these days there i ing the rule.
are not the great number of "queer" I
ones th'at there were, the. rJThere are butes necessary to one who would
several reasons for this. In the first succeed besides that of merely know- D im attia B eauty
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to their looks for the sake of the men and age is no worse than their moth-
who may be around, and the men are ers and grandmothers. It is entirelyWT
far more particular than they would a matter of the time that they live in. We have the Chiropody 1 our Shop Tuesdays and Wed-
be were there no feminine element. There were just as many misunder-yv
Then too, the student of today, par- stood sons and daughters years ago( nesdays, includin evenings
ticularly the professional ones, have as there are now and as there will i We do all kinds of beauty work. Open Monday Wed
found there are certain other attri- be in future generations.
nesday, Thursday, Fluday, and Saturday evenings.
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MADE TO ORDER DRESSES
for SCHOOL, AFTERNOON and
EVENING-for the Miss and Matron.
MADAME NAON will have a
display and take orders on Tuesday
afternopn at 215 East Liberty St.
IVA McKINSEY
Formerly bernice Hat Shop.

Send Us Your Clothes
We make a special point of student
laundry-and can promise you satisfac-
tion. Call us on the phone-we will
call for your things and deliver them.

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New Bits of Femininity
Lovely little 'kerchiefs that saucily flaunt their springtime gay-
ety! You'll like the new colors, the new prints, and the dain-
ty edgings of lace or embroidery.
Georgette Handkerchiefs in all the charming shades,
with scalloped edges or prettily trimmed with lace.
65c to $1.25.
Handpainted Crepe Handkerchiefs are attractive-
ly stenciled in gold; others have gold or silver lace
edges. $1.25.
Fancy Prints are gay bits to tuck in the pocket of
a tailored dress or suit. Large selection of ligjht
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alluringinstitution, the sorority
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Try Shredded Wheat at your next
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that-you have always preferred for
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5 Nickles Arcade

till x13

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Get ready for spring pictures
When it's "strike one," it's time for Kodak.
And whether it's baseball, the first spring
sprinter or the everyday scene about campus or
study, it's a chance for pictures you'll want to
recall later in your album.
You'll find this store just the place to get
set. Kodaks at $5 up are waiting for you
here, and Kodak Film, the dependable yel-
low-box brand. For enthusiastic sports
photographers we have Graflex cameras at
$62.50 up, and supplies galore. Stop in to-
day.
Superior finishing - prints on Velox
Calkins-Fletcher Drug Co.
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