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May 07, 1920 - Image 6

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[HE MICHIGAN DAILi

ster Masons
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Election of officers for 1920-21 to
be held at MasonicrTemple, May 22,
at 7:30 P. M.-Adv.
De Klyn's Candies of Cleveland.
Tices' Drug Store, 117 So. Main.-Adv.

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Men-Hats are high; your last
season's hat cleaned and re-
blocked into this season's, shape,
with a new band, will look like
new and save you &e or ten
dollars. We do only high class
work. Factory Hat Store, 617
Packard St. Phone 1792.

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IME HAS COME,
CLOTHES SHOP SAYS,
['ALK OF SUMMER SKIRTS

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CArTA03 TVIN T AlJL E .I±A
REPORT
"The true Michigan has been ex-
pressed by Michigan women in the Dr.
Sargent campaign," said Frances Wes-
ley, '20, president of the University Y.
W. C. A., in expressing her apprecia-
tion of the results secured in the last
few days.
The goal, $1,700, has already been
reached although 14 captains have
nat, yet made final reports. The sur-
- plus will be turned over to the nation-
t al board to make up for the deficit f
last year, which was paid by that
board $for the University organization
in order that Michigan might in the
future support its own alumnae. Only
$232 was raised last year as it was
impossible to have a campaign because
of the ;many war drives on the cam-
pus.
Every dollar pledged will be used
for the purpose 'for which it was so-
licited, the expenses of the campaign
coming from the treasury of the Uni-
versity Y. W. C. A.
Girls who have not yet paid ,the
amount pledged by them are asked to
bring the money to Newberry hall be-
fore May 21.
Beatrice Beckwith, '21, was general
chairman of the campaign. She was as-!
sis ted by the following sub-clTirmen:
Lois DeVries, '21, Josephine. Triplett,
'21, Alethea Yerkes, '21, Emily Ruelle,
'20, Josephine McGinnis, '21, Josephine
Gifford, '21, Carol McDonald, '22,
Gretchen Jones, '20, Nora Wilson, '21,
Mable Wilson, '21, Rena Bailey, '21,
Pauline Humphrey, '21, Margaret
Spalding, '22, Alice Blair, '21, Theodo-
sia Burton, '22, Eva Shimp, School of
Music and Mary D. Lane '21.

AND WHEN YOU SEE THEM, YOU
L SAY, TOO, THAT IT IS, AFTER ALL,
C SUCH A FAR CRY TO WONDERLAND

scores remain to be sold. These can
be obtained at Helen Newberry resi-
dence.
All girls interested in entering the
Spring tennis tournament should sign
up for it in Barbour gymnasium not.
later than Friday, May 7.
Short stories to be entered in Stylus
short-story contest should be sent to
a niember of Stylus before May 15.
Spring tryouts for Athena Literary
society will take plate Tuesday, May
15.
FAMOUS. ELOCUTIONIST
TO SPEAK *HERE SUNDAY
-k
Prof. John Duxbury, foremost
teacher of elocution in England, will
speak on "The Book of Job" at 7:30
o'clock Sunday evening at the Meth-
odist church. Professor Duxbury is
famous the world over for his imper-
sonations of sacred stories. His char-
acterizations are accomplished appar-
ently without effort.
Rev. J. H. Jowett, of Wesminster
chapel, London, dnd formerly of the
Fifth Avenue- Presbyterian church,
New York, says of Professor Dux-
bury, "I want to'send a word of test-
imony to to my deep appreciation of
the work that Prof. John Duxbury
is doing for the churches. His two
visits not only gave day people great
delight, but have, I am sure, created
and deepened a vital interest, in the
word of God."
Senior Law Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. George S. Vandawak-
er of Ann Arbor announce the engage-
Iment of their daughter, Ruth Henriet-
,ta Vandawarker, tF Robert Earl Fowl-
er, '20L, of Great, Falls, Montana.
MULLANES TAFFIES at Tioes'
Drug Store. 117 So. Main St. Re-
ceived every week.-Adv.
The tDaily's specialty is service to
evervone.-Adv.

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DELICIOUS AND REFRESH ING '
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e might choose at random from a rowt
them, and no matter how you chose,
result would be sure to be a delight!

Nickels Arcade

Up the Stairs

If you want to know how incredibly
beautiful - how lustrous, brilliant, and
rose-petal soft it is possible to weave silks
--come and see these skirts without delay

Hey Boy! Have You Tasted The Good
Food At The ARCADE?
Pure foods at low prices, prepared by experts
Everything displayed on our forty-foot steam and
serving tables.
Select just what appeals to your own individual
appetite.
Bakery goods fresh from our own ovens.
Delicious coffee with rich Jersey cream.
Kindness, courtesy, and good service prevail here.

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)U KNOW MOON-GLO?
OR FAN-TA-SI-.'
T RIPPLING WATERFALL OF SILK?
ARONET? AND IF YOU DID, IT
LDN'T * BE POSSIBLE ; TO PICTURE
4 IN' THESE LUSTROUS 'PASTEL.-
TONES!1

I Have to

See Them

HUTZEL'S
MAIN AND LIBERTY STREETS

GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
STARTS TRIP TODAY
At 1:48 o'clock this afternoon 50
members of the University Girls Glee
club, upder the direction of Miss No'a
Crane Hurt, will leave for Jackson
West Intermediate High school, where
they will present a program tonight.
The club was founded 15 years ago
under the direction of Mrs. George
Hastreiter. It was originally compos-
ed of a double quartette. The first out-
of-town Strip was made in 1914 when
the club sang in Jackson. Faculty ob-
jection prevented another trip until
1917, when the club made its initial
appearance in Detroit. Permission was
not again obtained until 1919, when
the girls went to Jacksoi for the sec-
ond time.
This year two trips 'have been
scheduled. The club will give two
concerts in Detroit. Friday evening,
May 14, the girls will sing in North-
ern High school, and on Saturday
evening of the same -week, they will
give a second concert in Northeastern
High school.
EXTEND TIME ON
ESSAY CONTEST
Due to the small number of essays
which have been turned in the time
limit for the Cosmopolitan club essay
contest has been extended to May 30.
All members of the club are eligible
for competition in this contest.
The subjects which have been chosen
are as follows: "Modern World Com-
merce as an Agent of Cosmopoitan-
ism," "The International Banker, a
Constructive Cosmopolitan," "Mod-
ern Travel as a Force for Cosmopoli-
tanism," "The Modern Engineer as an
Agent of Cosmopolitnism," "Inter-
national 'Education.and International
Understanding." Other subjects may
be chosen with the approval of H. C.
Tung, '20. Those who have handed in
their essays may use this extra time
to revise them.
The following prizes have been of-
fered: First, a gold pen, contributed
by George Whar; second, a sleeve but-
ton, given by the N. F. Allen Co.;
third, a large silver cup, donated by
Schlanderer and Seyfried; fourth, a
small silver cup, the gift of Arnold.
FORMER SMITH WOMEN TO
HOLD TEA AT MARTHA COOSK
There will be a card party at
Martha Cook building at 2 o'clock Sat-
urday afternoon under the auspices
of the Smith college girls here. It is
for the benefit of the Smith college
$4,000,000 fund. There will be tables
for both bridge and five-hundred, and
tea will be served on the terrace,
weather permitting.
On interesting feature of the party
will be the sale of men's and women's
sport hats, which were sent from the
Philippines by a Smith alumna. Both

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philosophy and miscel..
otes, lost about a week
der please .leave at Daily
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'aterinan fountain pen in
)st office Wednesday inorn-
ard. Box K., Daily office.
on Washington between
Main, seven dollars in
ward. Call 1552-J.
en-facedWaltham watch
n. Reward. Call Ronan,
)mega pin.\ Name of -own-
k. Call 1325.
Et U. pin. Name on back.'

FOR SALE-Cheap-A complete Dent-
al office outfit, no use for same, ac-
count death of owner. Address
Mrs Dina Myers, 720 Main St.,' St.
Joseph, Michigan.
FOR 'SALE-Are you going to buy
-that new Studebaker this spring?
A demonstrator for sale at a bar-
gain. Phone 1706.
FOR SALE-Two May Festival tick-
ets-. Entire course, $9.50.. F irst
three numbers, both tickets, $5.00.
Call 979-J.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Four room apartment
and bath. Completely furnished,
silverware, china and linen. Will
rent to 'responsible party for four
months beginning June 1. Address
Box Q. X., care Daily.

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