ed Devotees of outdoor sports and stu-
or dents whose athletic exercise includes
er walks on the boulevards and hikes
Is, throught the country are urged to be
St- careful of coming into contact with the
M. poison ivy plant, according to a state-
ay ment issued by the Health service. Stu-
dents should learn to recognize the
1k plant, and also familiarize themselves
with antidotes for its remedy.
Read the Daily for Campus News.
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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 five or ten
dollars. We do only high class
work. Factory Hat Store, 617
Packard St. Phone 1792.
Courteous and satisfactor,
TREATMENT to every custom-
19S er, whether the account be large
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank.
Capital and Surplus, $550,000.00
Resure;. ,..... .$4,000,000.00
'Iorthwest Cor. Main & Huron
;?()7 Nortb University Ave.
(By Frances Oberholtzer)
On Mothers' Day, even the "hardest-
boiled" have at least some tendency
to sentimentalize a little about moth-
er. Maybe nothing more comes of this
tendency than a letter to her or some
flowers for her,-but it makes a fellow
Up here at school, where everyone
is young and everyone is taken up'
with his own affairs, the student may
forget just how important in the
scheme of thiings mothers are and a
day like this is needed now and then to
set him right along this line.
W ~en' .we, with a bright flower in'
our buttonhole, see the other fellow
with white, we start_ to, realize that
even if we are away from home now
we have a big advantage over him,
and wish that he, too, could be wear-
ing ourkind of flower.
ED BY 300 MOTHERS
More than 300 guests attended the
Girls' Reserye banquet given Friday.
evening at the Bethlehem Lutheran
church. The girls of clubs of the
grade schools of Ann Arbor were host-
esses, entertaining their mothers .and
friends. Miss Grace Greenwood, so-
cial director of Martha Cook dormi-
tory, was the speaker of the evening.,
The repetition of the cgde of the
Girls' Reserves marked the'beginning
of the banquet. Elizabeth Barret gave
the first toast, entitled "Mother and
Daughter." Many other toasts follow-
ed, interspersed with the singing of
club songs and the giving of club
yells. "The Girl Citizen in Her Home,
Her School and Her Club" was the
subject of the 15 minute talk given by
Each club decorated a table to rep-
resent, some activity of the Reserves,
and a prize was given to the one
achieving the best results at the small-
est price. The table arrangedby the
"Funserwo club," the eighth grade
class of the Perry Grammar school,
won the prize, which was a table lamp
for their club room.
Beatrice Radmacher, ex-'21, of De-
troit is in Ann Arbor over the week-
Helen Gifford, '18, Flint, is visiting
liere for a few days.
Winifred Chase, '03, of Detroit, has
been spending the Week-end in Ann
Marjorie Kilbury, '18, of Bradford,
Pa., has been ,visiting friends in Ann'
Mr. Christopher, '18E, of Detroit, is
spending the week-end here with
Short stories to be entered in Stylus
short-story contest should be'sent to
a member of Stylus before May 15.
Spring tryouts 'for Athena Literary
society will take place Tuesday, May
Baseball practice hours are as fol-
lows: Freshmen, Monday at 5 o'clock,;
sophomores, Monday at 4 o'clock; jun-
iors, Tuesday and Thursday at 5
o'clock; seniors, Tuesday and Thurs-
day at 4 o'clock.
Westerners' club members are to
give their second dance Saturday,
May 29, at the Packard acadmey. Plans
will be announced in detail, at club
meeting Wednesday, May 26. Tickets
may be reserved with George Lott, 23,
A few scores for "Patricia Passes"
are still to be obtained at Helen New-
Mortar Board will meet at 7: 0
o'clock Tuesday night with Anna Kirk-
Helen Newberry residence-is enter-
taining at tea on Sundy afternoon
from 4 to 6 o'clock.
The- Daily's speelalty is service to
WITH THE FINE WARM WEATHER HERE
YOU WILL BE SPENDING YOUR TIME ON
THE RIVER. JUST REMEMBER THAT MU-
SIC ON YOUR CANOE TRIPS WILL ADD
GREATLY TO YOUR ENJOYMENT.
GET ONE OF OUR SMALL PORTABLE VIC'
TOR VICTROLAS TO SUPPLY THE MUSIC.
OUR $25.00 VICTOR VICTROL
S C H AE BE R L E
iio SOUTH MAIN
IS JUST THE RIGHT SIZE
BUILT TO LAST A LIFETIME, THE TONE
IS GOOD AND MOISTURE WON'T HURT IT.
Some of these Victrolas have fallen overboard sev-
eral times and they are still going ^strong.
REMEMBER THE MAKE
--VICTOR VICTROLA-yAND $25 BUYS ONE
.NN ARBOR CHOP SUE!f
excellent CHOP SUET from
11:30 a. m. to midnight
Steaks and Chqps 814 8. State
She wasn't clever. Sh
.brilliant. She was "Just
See the outcome. ARCA
Get Good Goods at Goodyear's
See Eugene Walter's societyl
rama, "JUST A WIFE" at the
or your Cigars, I
Exclusive Modes in 1920 Sports Apparel
that Teem with the Treatment of Fashion
Th'ese trig little coats can be - Exclusiveness an ddaintine
slipped on easily over your frock of style and feature best descri'
when through with your game of the extensiveness of our remark
tennis or golf and ready for the bly well fashioned sports skir
ride homeward. Made of polo There are wool plaids in a
cloth, camels' hair or velour they shades, pleated models of cfrer
will appeal instantly to the wo- de chine, charming pussy willc
man or miss in need of a sports taffetas, some of chanton,' wo
coat. Priced from $29.50 to jersey, baronet satin and sal
$75. and georgette crepe combinatioi
Truly a variety embracing all t
season's conceits! Prices frc
-- $22.50 to $39.50.
Sports dresses always indu
extreme interest and these we as
j'! showing are certain of being ce
ters of admiration. Of tricolet
.. ' - poidette, crepe de chine a:
chanton in the lighter shade
these new arpdvals have a m
refreshng ai of ndividual sma
ness. Prces from $55 to $7
'Church LOST - Conklin fountain pen 'in
1 Sts , a Branch Postoffice. Call 1460. Ful-
Ith seed lerton.
WANTED-Students desired for sum-
ar or at mer work. Positions open in near-
t watch ly every state,, Must be aggressive.
Lancet Best of wages. Box G. M., Daily.
MarthaWANTED- A middle aged lady with
experience, wishes to be given com-
contain- plete charge of rooming or fratern-
rountain ity house. Can give reference. Ad-
d. night. dress Box E. B., care Daily
TO EXPLAIN PARTY
"Why is a party?" This is the ques-
tion which Mr. Charles Zueblin, ,or-
mer professor of sociology in the Uni-;
versity of Chicago, . 'iat present an'
independent publicist _n economic
questions, will answer in his address
at 8 o'clock Monday evening, in the
Union Assembly hall.
His talk has been arranged by the
Committee of 48 club of the Univer-
sity, through the executive committee
of the party, of which Mr. Zueblin is
an active member, having been one of
He is well known gs an author and
a lecturer, among his ;nore recent pub-
lications being "Democracy and the
Overman," and "The Religion of a
Democrat." He, is also well acquainted
with present social and economic
problems, through personal' experi-
ene gained during the .war, when he
was associated with the government's
labor employment service.
Pledge $2,518 for Prohibition
Twb thousand, five hundred eigh-
teen .dollars from the 150 students of
Manchester college, Indiana, has been
pledged for the work of the Intercol-
legiate Prohibition association, the
funds to be used in pushing the world
program of the organization. The
average of $17 per student is a re-
Show Inerease in Alcohol Crimes
Recent statistics published in the
Swedish student anti-alcohol organ
show that the number of crimes) due
to alcohol were five times as numer-
ous in the second quarter of 1919 as
in the first quarter of 1918.
These are graceful sweaters
that have the gift of bestowing
upon the wearer the charm of
youth. A host of styles possess-
ing chic and dash indicates the
extent of their popularity through-
out the outdoor season. All
shades in silk or wool are price&
from $12.50 to $37.50..
Their fascjnating shapes, their
soft fabrics, their myriads of col-
orings combined with their orig-
inality .of design make them the
most popular choices for sports
wear. Models of wool yarn,
peanut and Milan straws are
priced from $5 to $20.
. Call 236.
WANTED-Room for two ladies, May
19-22. Address Box E. A., care of
WANTED-Student to set tables and
wash : ilverware for board., Phone-
2570. -Ask for Stewardess.
WANTED-Room for two young ladies
south of campus. May 14-23. Care
of Daily. .
FOR SALE-Two May Festival tick-
ets. " Entire course, $9.50. First
three numbers, both tickets, $5.00.
The woman who is seeking a'
fashicmble sports blouse will find
here an almost bewildering col-
lection of styles. Georgette crepe
is pictured in all the light and
dark shades; many other blouses
are crepe de chine and beautiful-
ly flowered net., Practically all
have 'short sleeves. Priced fron
(ALL SPORTS APPAREL ON SECOND FLOOR)
May Series Sales
include vey special,price on Summer Silks, Dresses,
Suits, Hats, and other Apparel *,
- In black, cordovan, navy
and red silk at $2 a pair.
Mt ' a,
iternity FOR SALE-Your thesis will to-
Finder mand better marks if typewritten
on the 7-lb. Fox Portable Typewrit-
er. Any -number now available.
Price $50. Phone ; Wesley Marston,
Ronan, Agent, 2 36-J, 609 Monroe.
'at' the FOUND-A p'air of spectacles at Eng-
92.Q-M. leering Arch Call Libonati. 23-M.
A special wire 'brings the results of
all tfie games to The Daily. You can
find them there every morning.-Adv.
Entrance 124 S. Main.
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