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Hats are high; your last
hat cleaned andhre-
into this season's shape,
new band, will look like
I save you five or ten
We do only high class
Factory Hat Store, 617
St. Phone 1792.

IlLII I I U. h URUIlLI
11N STA9L L ED.YESTERDAY
Members of the old and new cab-
inet of the Y. W. C. A. met Wednes-'
day afternoon. The installation serv-
ice was conducted by Frances Wesley,
'20, the retiring president, and install-
ed Lois DeFries, '21, to the office of,
president for the following year.
The new cabinet is composed of the
following members: Mary D. Lane.
'20, vice-presidept; Helen Koch, '21,
treasurer; Laura Snyder, '22, secre-
tary; Beatrice Beckwith, '21, chair-
man of the membership committee;
Carol McDonald, '22, chairman of the
publication committee; Freda Stuart-
'21, chairman of the committee in
charge of the service work in the Un-
iversity hospital; Kathryn Larkin, '22,
chairman of the committee in charge'
of service work in the city Y. W. C.
A.; Esther Pafenbach, '21, librarian;
Margaret Rotschafer, '21, chairman of
international committee; Helen Koch,
'21, chairman of finance committee;
Mary D. Lane,, '21, chairman of em-
eriencies committee; Frances Buck-
bee, '21, chairman of the conferences
and conventions committee; Martha
Seeley, '21, chairman of the religious
education committee; Margaret
Spaulding, '22, chairman of the social
committee; Gertrude Carlyon, Sch. of

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(By M. M.)
Along with the inter-house baseball
tournament, a series of inter-class
~games will be played, beginning next
week. ?Iany juniors and seniors who
signed up to play are not turning out
to practice, making it doubtful wheth-
er there will be enough to enter four
class teams or not. The physical ed-
ucation department, in spite of their
crowded conditions, are doing every-
thing possible to provide practice
hours and it is now up to the teams
to see that they turn out in sufficient
numbers to justify the efforts being
put forth for them.
Inter-house Results
Results of the games in the inter-
house baseball tournament are as fol-
lows: Sorosis defeated Alpha Phi with
a score of 14 to 8; Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma defeated Martha Cook 10 to 7;
Delta Gamma defeated Delta Delta
Delta 9 to 2.
FIELD DAY ENDS
TENNIS MATCHES
All games of the first round in the
tennis tournament should have been
played off by last night. If the con-
testants do not appear at the time als
scheduled on the bulletin board in
Barbour gymnasium the match willhe
automatically forfeited.
The second round which sh<iuld
have been finished by the 15th has
been pushed forward a day due to
the rains. In former years the tourn-
ament has dragged through till after
regular gymnasium is over. It is the
aim of. this year's management to have
all the game; completed by Field day,.
which is June 2. In order to accom-
plish this aim it is necessary for the
games to be played according to the
schedule.
Freshmen who won matches are:
Grace Domboorojian, Virginia Con-
nable, Martha Dodd, and Rose Hor-
witz. Phyllis Wiley, '21, won by de-
fault.

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The advisory committee of which
Mrs. Edward H. Kraus is chairman at-
tended the installation service.
All foreign girls are invited to tea
at the Wikel University house, 551
Church street from '3 to 5 o'clock this
afternoon.
University Girls' Glee club will
leave this afternoon for Detroit on the
2:48 o'clock Michigan Central ttain.
There will be a 10 mile hike Satur-
day, May 15, to forestry farm.
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 Paickar* academy. Plans
will be announced in detail at club
meeting Wednesday, May .26. Tickets
may be reserved with George. Lott, '23,
phone '2444-J.
Are you following the big leagues
this season? A special wire enables
The Daily to print the results every
morning.-Adv.
MSCELLANEOUS
WE HAVE Summer vacation positions
open for 4 or 5 students. Earnings
as high as $20 per day. Call after-
noons, 793-J.
NO DUST-Clean house with Hoover
electric suction sweeper. Want
work Saturdays and every after-
noon. Call 1741-R. 108-10.
CALL PACKAGE Express. New phone
1518-D. Deliveries to all parts of
City.
LOST
LOST-A leather note-book contain-
ing Bacteriology notes and all se-
mester work. Just the notes want-
ed. Liberal reward. O. J. Gilchrist,
338'S. Fourth Ave. Phone 1861-W..
LOST-Reward of $25,00, n questions
asked, will be paid by Daily for re-
*turn of Elgin watch with' can and',
silver identificatoin tag engraved L.
W. Squier.
LOST,-Pair cape gloves on secod
floor Natural Science Bldg., at 10
o'clock Thursday. Finder please
call 2672-W.
LOST- Monday morning, Bobinson
Reminder Note book containing
class notes. Reward. Phone 1442-J.
LOST-Conklin Fountain Pen-large
size-on So. University at head of
Linden St. Please call 619-M.
LOST- Open faced Waltham watch
near Union. Reward. Call Ronan,
339-J.
LOST-Gold Delta Upsilon Pin. Phone
33.

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Party Given for Hospital Children
Children at, the Homoeopathic hos-
pital were entertained Wednesday aft-
ernoon with a party given . by the
social service committee of the Uni-
versity Y. W. C. A. The children were
treated to ice cream and candy which
was donated by local confectionary
stores.

Wadham ''s
STATE STREET

runior I FOR SALE.-Two seats (11-B-7 and
Lens; 11-B-9, second balcony), for first
a No. four numberl of May Festival. Call
shut- Thompson between 6 and 7 ,P. M.
6 and 1058-M.
FOR SALE-May Festival-One tick-
stival et for entire course, center of main
e $10. floor. $7.00. 726 Church St. or phone
v aft- I2232'.

TIMETABLE CHANGES ON THE D., J. & C.
RAILWAY - MAY 18, 1920
Commencing on the above date a new sched-
ule will be operated and there will be many alter-
ations in the leaving and arriving time of limited,
express and local cars.
We urge our patrons to study the new sched-
ule and remember the date of the changes.
East bound there will be no change in the lim-
ited or express cars.
Express cars west bound will leave Ann Arbor
at 9:45 a. m., three minutes earlier than now, and
every two hours to 9:45 p. m.
West'bound limited cars will leave eight min-
utes earlier, 8:40 a. in., and every two hours to
8:40p. m.
West bound local cars will leave Ann Arbor at
7:45 a. m. and 12:10 p. m.
Local cars for Detroit will leave at 5:55 a. M.,
7:05 a. m. and every two hours to 9:05 p. m., also
11:.00P. M.
Limited cars will leave Detroit at6:50 a. m. and
every two hours to 6:50 p. m. Express cars at 7:50
a. m. and every two hours to 7:50 p. m.
D.,Jt & C. RY.,

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FOR SALE-New Tuxedo in fine con-
dition. Call at 224 12th St.
FOR SALE-Two first class .seats to
the May Festival. Call 1582-J.
WANTED
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 7 P. M.
WANTED-Several double deck iron
cots. Cash. E. A. Smith; 601 Dime
Bank Bldg., Detroit.
WANTED-Good second hand cande.
G. E., Washington, 8-9 Savings Bank

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