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of Stylus will close on May 15. Man-
tella Brunt, uscripts, not exceeding 6,000 words in
ing at New-'length, may be handed to the libra-
amendations rian of the Rhetoric library, or to
received at Margaret Walsh, grad., president of
the society, on or before that date.
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CONIENE MHERE TODAY1
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EX.GOV. WOODBRIDGE N. FERRIS.
WILL ADDRESS MEETING
TUESDAY

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No Promises - No Expense

-DMAN BROS.

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iping in the REAL Woods
Fishing and Canoe Trips
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A program containing addresses by
men prominent in the medical pro-
fession will be carried out by "the
State Homoeopathic Medical society in
its 51st annual session today and to-
morrow in Ann Arbor.
This session which will be held on
the first floor of the new children's
building, varies from those held in re-
cent years in that, aside from the clin-
ics, It will co sist of but four parts,
each in the hands of a single spec-
ialist. A half day will devoted to
each discussion.
hinsdale First Speaker
Prof. A. E. Hinsdale of Ohio State
university, is scheduled as the first
speaker on the program. His sub-
ject is "Modern Presentation of Mat-
eria Medica," with laboratory dem-
onstrations,,to be given at 10:30
o'clock this morning, while at 2 o'clock
this afternoon Dr. G. M. Cushing of
Chicago, will talk on "The Physic-
fan's Place in Community Service."
"Obstetrics and Gynecology" will be
the subject of the address by Dr. Julia
C. Strawn of Chicago, at 10 o'clock
Wednesday mornin. Dr. Camp C.
Thomas of Rochester, N. Y., will de-
liver a lecture at 2 o'clock in the aft-
ernoon on "General Diagnosis," with
X~ray demonstrations.
SEx-Governor- to Speak
Aside from these scheduled talks,
ex-Governor Woodbrige N. Ferris will
address a meeting of the society at 8
o'clock Tuesday evening in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall. His speech is to be
followed by a reception and dance
arranged in his honor.
WOMEN PLAN CLASS
TENNIS TOURNEY
Tennis- is the other :sport beside
baseball in which the different class-
es will compete in a tournament.
Those entering from' the various
years will play elimination matches,
then the winners from each class will
compete in a final match, the win-
ning class to have possession of the
loving cup until some other class
shall claim a victory over them. The
cup has been held by the class of
'21 for the past two years, having
been won for them, both times by
Margaret Rottschaefer, '23M.
A sign has been placed on the bul-
letin board in the upper hall of Bar-
bour gymnasium, wAere those desiring
to enter the tournament may sign
up at any time before May 7. All
University women are eligible.
CAPTAINS OF BASEBALL TEAMS
ANNOUNCED BY 16 HOUSES
Schedule of Games to Be Arranged at
Later Date; Other Houses
May Sign Up
The names of the houses entering
teams for the baseball tournament
and the captains are: Gamma Phi
Beta, Helen Bishop, '22; Delta Gam-
ma; Alpha Phi; Alpha Chi Omega,
Nelda Taylor, '21; Chi Omega, Phylis
Wiley, '21; Pi ,Beta Phi, Alice Beck-
ham, '21; Hall house; Kappa Alpha
Theta, Rebecca Condon, '22; Martha
Cook, Thekla Roese, '22, Kappa Kap-
pa Gamma, Gladys Detwyler, '22;
Caryatides, Elsie Townsend, '22; New-
berry; Delta Delta Delta, Constance
Hopkins, '20, Sorosis, Katrina Scher-
merhorn, '21; Theta Phi Alpha; Cos-
mos, Dorothy Brown, '23.
Last year this tournament evolved
itself into an intersorority meet, but
it is the wish ot those in charge this
year to make it include all houses
where CUniersity women live. Houses
that have not entered their teams may
still have an opportunity of doing so
by signing up on the bulletin board

in Barbour gymnasium. A schedule
of the 'games ak they are to be -play-
ed will be annbinced later.
DOROTHY HALL, '18E, ACCEPTS
WELLESLEY FACULTY POSITION
Dorothy Hall, '18E, has completed
the requirements for a Ph.D. and ac-
cepted a position at Wellesley .as
teacher of analytic chemistry.
Miss Hall was a member of the class
of '18, but began her work in the
Graduate school during the last term
of 1918.
Kemp Burge, '17, Marries Texas Girl
Kemp S. Burge, '17, of Louisville,
Ky., and Miss Martha, Ann Smith,
of Dallas, Tex., were married last
night at the home of the bride's par-
ents, Judge and Mrs. J. W. W. Smith,
in Dallas.
Burge is a member of Trigon and
Michigamua.

Upperelass baseball practice hours
at Palmer field are as follows: Sen-
iors, 4 o'clock Tuesday and Thurs-
day; Juniors, 5 o'clock Tuesday and
Thursday.
Less than 30 Junior Girls' play
scores remain to be sold. These can
be obtained at Helen Newberry resi-
dence.
All members of the University Girls'
Glee club who expect to take the Jack-
son trip, Friday evening, May 7, are
requested to be present at (he re-
hearsal at 4:30 o'clock Tuesday and
Wednesday afternoons in Barbour
gymnasium.'
Members of the old 'cabinet of the
University Y. W. C. A. will hold their
last meeting at 3 o'clock this after-
noon. The new members will not
meet at this time.
Wyvern will hold an important
meeting at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday eve.
ning at the Kappa Kappa Gamma
house.

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Benefit Dance Postponed Indefinitely
The leap-year, dance for the benefit
of Alumnae house which was to have
been given at Martha Cook dormitory
on last Friday evening and which
.was postponed on account of the death;
.of Mr. William Condon has been post-
poned indefinitely, due tb the fact that
no convenient date can be decided

N O T IC E =Il~lI nu urnlI

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in an unusually attractive proposi-
tion covering, summer vacation pe-
riod please advise at earliest on-j
venience State age, also previous
vacation employment if any.
THE WING SEED COMPANY,
Mechanicsburg, Ohio.

Place your order now and secure prompt delivery

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weaves. Priced, $2.50 up-
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Private Dancing Lessons or Class
Instruction. Phone M. L. Moses,
1666-J.-Adv.,
Read the Daily fqr Campus News.
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missed a mighty big smoking
treat.
Ask any Spur smoker. Maybe
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Maybe he'll say "Tip-top!"
- Maybe he'll-Well, anyway-
What he means is this:
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is looking for, A blend of bully
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more than a dash of the Oriental.
A blend that brings out that good
old tobacco taste' so's you can
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WANTED)
WANTED-Students during summer
to work for an old reliable companya
Men in' former years have found
employment very satisfactory. Sal-
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the U. S. Open only to experienced
salesmen. Apply in writing, Box
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WANTED-Two medical student de-
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Haefhill, 921 between 6 and 7 P. M.,
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WANTED-To purchase second-hand
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WANTED-One room for two ladies,#
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