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TO RAISE F[UNDS'Lack Facilities For ART TOURNAMENT IN
Swimming At O.S.U.
DPNSES Ohio State women students are less
fortunate than their Michigan sisters
Men And Alumni Are Asked when it comes to facilities for swim- With the conclusion of the inter-
$10 Apcee To Apply On iming, according to the Ohio State class and intramural basketball tour-
Expense Account Lantern. The women's swimming pool nament the physical education depart-
at Ohio State has been in the pro- ment is planning an inter-hour bas-
FFORTiM T®Ifcosmketball tournament which will begin
cess of construction for some time tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock. This
he $10 Club" is the maxim1 fand seems likely to remain so. Miss tournament is made up entirely of the
in the letters which Mrs. Lenore Alway, swimming instructor, Physical Education classes which have
thsexecutive secretary is not daunted however, by this lack elected basketball during their indoor
mnae council has been send- of seemingly necessary facilities. Un- season.
rominent business men and der her superintendence many stu- Each class has been divided into
graduates of ,Ann Arbot'. dents perform strange antics daily teams and since the beginning of the
i~h w illb dP if on the hard floor of the gymnasium. season these teams have been playing

NOTICES

byl Mr. Grey at 4:30 o'clock today Alpha Gamma Delta announces the
"at Barbour gymnasium. pledging of Antoniette Bigelow, '28.

Mummers Dramatic society will meet Class basketball games today are
at 4 o'clock today, at the Kappa Alpha as follows: 4 o'clock, sophomore ma-
Theta house. jors vs. senior majors, sophomore ac-
ademics vs senior academics, 5 o'clock;

Kappa Delta announces the pledg-
ing cf Letta Peters, '28.
Rehearsals for Junior Girls' play to-
day are as follows: Choruses 1 and 2
at 4 o'clock; choruses 12 and 7 at 4:30
o'clock; choruses 3, 9 and 10 at 5

x $J 1 U'1 cohei t te composea o rt
people in the city who are interested ffhese are attempts to master the
enough in the success of the Women's backstroke, crawl and sidestroke
league building project to give the ad-
ditional amount implied toward the couraging to (late and a list of the
expense account of the campaign. subscrihers will be p~ublished in the
Since the drive for funds wa* start- Daily for Sunday.
ed under the present management, This plan of raising the expense
it has been the policy of the central money has been endorsed by the Ann
committee to keep all gifts for the Arbor chamber of commerce and a
building separate from the expense committee from that organization has
account. This has been done because been appointed to assist the alumnae
the committee felt that most people j council in the collection of the
gave to the League because they want.. pledges. There will be no follow-up
ed to help in the actual construction campaign however and everyone no-;
of the building, and not in the cost tified or interested in this phase of
of the campaign. Up to the present the building campaign is asked to send
time the cost of raising the necessary a check to the alumnae council of-
one million dollars has been .kept fice or a statement saying that they
down to a three'percent basis which, J will pay $10 before June 1, 1927. The
if the work continues on the same committee is very anxious to have the
basis will make the total expense ac- j entire expense account pail by the
count $15 000. '!city of Ann Arbor as it gives an add-
About a year ago Mrs. Henderson; ed impetus to the work of the out-
appealed to the business men of Ann side groups showing the faith which
Arbor and they underwrote a pledge the local group has in their own build-
for nearly $5000 which the alumnae of ing plans.
the city increased by $1,600 which has
until now been sufficient for carrying
on the expenses of the campaign. The
committee has now been forced to MCFADDENWS FLATS
ask for more assistance and personal
letters have been sent to 1000 people More Fun Per Room Than
in the city asking' for $10 to count All the Follies Combined
on the expense account. The replyl
from these letters has ben very en-_

each other and the teams which have
won have been classes in the A group
and the losing teams in the B group.
Th schedule for the games is as fol-
lows:
Tomorow at 5 o'clock,, Tuesday and
Thursday at 11 o'clock vs Tuesday
and Thursday 10 o'clock in class A. In
class B Tuesday and Thursday 11
o'clock vs Monday and Wednesday 3
o'clock. Monday at 4 o'clock, Class A,
Monday and Wednesday 3 o'clock, vs
Monday and Wednesday 11 o'clock.
In class B Monday and Wednesday at
3 o'clock vs Monday and Wednesday

Tickets for the Detroit performance'
of "Eight Till Eight" are now on sale
at the Orchestra hall box.office and at
the Grinnell agency. Tickets are pric-
ed as follows: boxes, $2.75; orchestra,
$2.20; and others, $1.65 and $1.10. Mail
orders should be sent in early.
All graduate women on campus are
invited to get together with other
graduate women at the weekly dinners
of the Graduate Women's club which
are held at 6 o'clock every Wednes-
day at the Green Tree Inn.
Members of Pegasus and others in-
terested in riding will be addressed
at 11 o'clock. At 5 o'clock, in class A
Monday and Wednesday at 3 o'clock,
vs Tuesday and Thursday at 11 o'clock.
In class B, Monday and Wednesday at
3 o'clock vs T'uesday and Thursday at
10 o'clock.
Those teams which have drawn byes
are, in class B, Tuesday and Thurs-
day at 11 o'clock and in class A Mon-
day and Wednesday at 3 o'clock.

freshman majors vs junior majors,
freshman acalemics vs junior acalem-
'Cs.
All students who have entered the
Life Saving class which meets every
Thursday night at 8 o'clock at the
Union pool are asked to be present
tonight without fail.
Chi Delta Phi will hold a special!
meeting at 2 o'clock today in Barbour
gymnasium.

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ENERGINE TIME AS ALWAYS
In the Swiss Garment Cleaning Establishment.
One's first thought is: "What clothes am I going to
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last but not least, "Who is a reliable Dry Cleaner?" Per-
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cleaned in ENERGINE are ODORLESS and remain
clean longer.

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I Can't Believe That You're In Love
Ben Bernie and His Orchestra
3425 Here or There
Sam, the Old Accordion Man
Ben Selvin and His Orchestra
3431 Sing
Sweeter Than You
'Park Lane Orchestra
3455 Never Without You
Every Little While
Ben Selvin and His Orchestra
3439 Looking for aFour Leaf Clover
High," High, High Up in the Hills
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all course tickets which

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allotted to mail orders will be placed on public sale.
Up to and including Thursday, March 24, orders re-
ceived by mail will continue to be filled in sequence in ad-
vance of the public sale.
Orders already received indicate that the $7.00 sections

are exhausted.

The public is

accordingly

order seats in the $5.50 and $6,00 sections.

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