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May 13, 1920 - Image 4

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R SESSION 1920
ISITY OF MICHIGAN

The old and new cabinet of the Y.
W.;C. A. will meet at 3 o'clock today
in Newberry hall.
The Women's Cosmopolitan club'
will hold an important meeting at
7:30 o'clock, Friday, in Newberry hall,
the University Y. W. C. A.
Short stories to be entered in Stylus
short-story contest should be sent to
a member of Stylus before May 15.
Baseball practice hours are as fol-
ows: 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 academy. Plans
will be announced in detail at club
meeting yednesday, May 26. Tickets
may be reserved with George Lott, '23,
phone 2444-J.
A few scores for "Patricia Passes"
are still to be obtained at Helen New-
berry residence.

Att, Ada Nutton,' Dorothy O'Connor;
Evelyn Rockwell, Helen Vowels, Mar-
jorie Van Normon.
Athena to Hold Tryouts May 18
Athena Literary society will hold
spring tryouts at 7:15 o'clock Tues-
day, May 18, instead of May 15 as was
announced in The Daily.
Tryouts will be at the regular Athe-
na meeting on the fourth floor of Uni-
versity hall. Each candidate is to
give a three minute talk on a topic of
her own choosing.
Chi Omega' Wins With Score of 7 to 6
Chi Omega defeated Alpha Chi
Omega with a score of 7 to 6 last
night in a closely contested 'baseball
game.

HEY, THERE, BUDDIE, YOU WITH THE
GOLD STRIPE!
(Army, Navy, and Marine Corps)
Bring your Mademoiselle to Barbour Gymnasium
Saturday, May Fifteenth-Nine P. M:
and put you old hob-nails into rhythm with
Ike Fisher's Jazz Music
BEAUCOUP REFRESHMENTS
TICKETS $1.25

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300 COURSES BY A/STAFF OF 260 MEMBERS
OF THE REGULAR FACULTIES
ill University Facilities Available
nt opportunity for regular students of the Uni-
ten materially their period 'of residence, for the
>n is in general the equivalent of one-half se-
and three year courses may thus be shortened'
wo calendar years, respectively. Many special
ichers and those preparing to teach next year.
ing programs of courses. Announcements may
the offices of the various Schools and Colleges.
ture, Science, and-the Arts, Engineering and'
re, Pharmacy, Graduate Study, Library Meth-
gical Station, Embalming and Sanitary Sci-
,28-August 20; Medicine and Surgery, June
t 8; Law, June 21-July 24 and July 26-August
Jourses in Geology and Geography in Southern
August 30-September 25.

address

E. RANKIN,
tBox 3o, An-Arbor, Michigan.
Leave Cepy
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FOR DALE

all se-
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FOR SALE- No. 1-A 'Ansco Junior
folding camera 2/x4%? R. R. Lens;
also Ansco vest pocket camera No.
2, 2/x31/ Modico Lens, Bionic shut-
tern. Call Thompson between 6 and
7 P. M. 1058-M.

Interclass baseball games are sched-
uled to begin next week. It is :aimed
to' have all teams selected by Friday.
Tuesday and Thursday are the last
days that juniors and seniors will be
able to try out.
An extra volley ball practice for
freshmen and sophomores will be held
at 5 o'clock Thursday afternoon.
DETROIT TO HEAR
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
After scoring a decided success in
Jackson last Friday night the Univer-
sity Girls' Glee c1i b will give two
more concerts this week end in De-
troit on Friday night at Northeastern
high school and Saturday night at
Northern high school.
Among the soloists will be Edna
Apel, '20, Esther Hollands, '22, Ruth
Mills, '21, Anne Noble, '20, and Evelyn
Rockwell, '22.
The personnel of the club includes:
Agnes Abele, Edna Apel, Margaret
Barlow, Gertrude Benson, Alice Blair,
Dorothy Bristol, Edith Cady, Florence
Crozier, Marjorie Deam, Roberta
Deam, Nona Doherty, Esther Dor-
rance, Dixie England, Els'ie Erley,
Carrie Fairchild, Harriet Gustin, Mar-
garet Harrison, Athalie Haugh, Beata
Hasley, Alice Hinkson, Esther Hol-
lands, Josephine Holmes, Rita Ireman,
Gretchen Jones, Norma Judson, Isabel
Kemp, Marjorie King, Bessie Levin-
son, Anne Lindemulder, Mary Lohr-
storffer, Helen McGregory, Ruth Mills,
Lillian Monroe, Bernice Nickels, Anne
Noble, Elizabeth Payne, Teckla Rose,
Irma °Schrieber, Gladys Schultz, Flor-
ence Shurrey, Rose Sturmer, Frances
'T'odd, Oro von Ewegen, Josephine
Waldo, Jean Watkins, Frances Weim-
ra, Lela Witter, Elizabeth Wylie, Ale-
tha Yerkes, Frances Williams, Hannah
Blumenthal, Mary Chandler, Eleanor
Fuller, Mary Lawson, Christina Mark-
WA'TED,
WANTED-Students desired for sum-
mer work. Positions open in near-
ly every state. Must be aggressive.
Best of wages. Box G.' M., Daily.
WANTED-To rent or buy a house to
accommodate 20 or more, suitable
for a fraternity. Call Pitkin, 1285
after 7P. M.
WANTED-Good second hand canoe.
G. E. Washington, 8-9 Savings Bank
Building. Phone 866.
WANTED-Room for two ladies, near
campus, May 20-23. Call 516-M.
FOUND
FOUND - On Campus Friday, Open
face Elgin gold watch. Call 1391.
ISC ELL. RNE GUS
WE HAVE Summer vacation positions
open for 4 or 5 students. Earnings
as high as $20 per day. Call after-
noons, 793-J.
CALL PACKAGE Express. New phone
1518-D. Deliveries to all parts of
City.

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Exclusive Modes in 1920 Sports Apparel
that Teem with the Treatment of Fashion

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Sports dresses always induce
extreme interest and these we are
showing are certain of being cen-
"ters of admiration. Of tricolette,
poulette, crepe de chine and.
chanton in the lighter shades,
these new arrivals have a most
refreshing air of individual smart-
ness. Prices from $55 to $75.

Sports Coats
These trig little coats can be
slipped on 'easily over your frock
when through vith your game of
tennis or golf and ready for the,
ride homeward, Made of polo'
cloth, camels' hair or velour they
will appeal instantly to the wo-
man or miss in need of a sports.
coat. Priced from $29.50 to
$75.

Sports Skirts
Exclusiveness an ddaintin
of style and feature best desc:
the extensiveness of our remal
bly well fashioned sports sk
There are wool plaids in.
shades, pleated models of cfx
de chine, charming pussy wil
taffetas, some of chanton, w,
jersey, baronet satin and s
and georgette crepe combinatio
Truly a variety embracing all
season's conceits! Prices f
$22.50 to $39.50.
Sports Dresses

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ion oi' campus

FOR SALE-Slide trombone. Silver
plated, good condition. Excellent
slide action. Good tone. Genuine
leather covered case, slide opening.
Also have good violin. Phone
Packer, 197 at once.

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seal ring,
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'ard. Call
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Sports Sweaters
'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 priced
from $12.50 to $37.50.
Sports Hats
Their fascinating 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.

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pter. Please re-
K., Daily.
Waltham watch
vrd. Call Ronan,

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FOR SALE-Two seats (11-B-7 and
11-B-9, second balcony), for first
four numbers of May Festival. Call
Thompson between 6 and 7 P. M.
1058-M.
FOR SALE- Two $6 May Festival
tickets for first balcony. Price $10.
Call 1261-J Thursday or Friday aft-
ernoons before five o'clock.
FOR SALE-May Festival-One tick-
et for entire course, center of main
floor. $7.00. 726 Church St. or phone
2232.
FOR SALE-1 No. 9 Oliver typewriter%
1 E-flat Alto Saxopohone-Conn
make. .Both like new. Call 870-M.
FOR SALE-Saxaphones. Buescher
C Melody and Conn Eb Alto. Both
new. Call 1198-J. 311 Thompson.
FOR SALE-Two desirable May Fes-
tival tickets on main floor. $12.00.
Call 352-M between 7 and 8 P. M.
FOR SALE-New Tuxedo, in fine con-
dition. Call at 224 12th St.

Sports Blouses
The woman who is seeking a
fashionable sports blouse will find
here an almost bewildering col-
lection of styles. Georgette crepe
is pictured in all the light and
dark shades; ma'ny other blouses
are crepe de chine and beautiful-
ly flowered net. Practically all
have short sleeves. Priced from
$15.00 up.

(ALL SPORTS APPAREL ON SECOND FLOOR)

Ladies' Half Hose

May Series Sales
include vey special price on Summer Silks, Dresses,
Suits, Hats, and other Apparel

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In black, cordovan, navy:
and red silk at $2 a pair.

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