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Depauw-Every student of Depauw
has been urged to be vaccinated at
once as a preventative step to the
spread of the smallpox epidemic on
the campus. Three cases of smallpdx
have been diagnosed but the authori-
ties of the university say there is no
need for alarm. However, they say
that vaccination of all the students
would mean a speedy elimination of
Princeton-At commencement the
Princeton field artillery r serve offi-
cers training corps will give an ex-
hibition drill showing all the activi-
ties of the unit. It is for the purpose
of reviewing the work done during
the year. The most interesting feature
of the exhibitiobh willbe the riding.
It is planned to have a special bare-
back squad go through "monkey
drill," doing the various difficulit
stunts required of expert army horse-
Indiana - A financial campaign
was held on May 12 and 13 to raise
$4,000 for the local work of the Y. M.
C. A. for next tyear. Due to the in-
creased activities of the "Y" and the
plans for next year, the budget was
put at this amount.
Idaho-"Pinafore" was recently pre-
sented by the Mens' and Girls''Glee
clubs at the University of Idaho. This
is one of the best known of the operas
by Gilbert and Sullivan. The plot is
decidedly clever and the music catchy'.
Members of Mortarboard will meet
at 8:15 o'clock Monday evening at the
Pi Beta Phi house.
There will be a 10 mile hike Satur-
day, May 15, -to forestry farm.
Short stories to be entered in Stylus
short-story contest should be sent to
a member of Stylus before May 15.
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 Wednesday, May 26. Tickets
may be reserved with George Lott, '23,
Cosmos and Pi Phis Win Games
Alpha Phi went down in an over-
whelming defeat in the eighth game.
of the interhouse baseball tourna-
ment to Cosmos with a score of 14 to
2. Helen Newberry residence met de-
feat at the hands of Pi Beta Phi with
a score of 16 to 10.
University Students in Charge
of Evening Service
Tomorrow Night -7:30 O'clock
Speakers Chosen from the
Gives wails a rare cha
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y Kodak User wants the
films and prints through
ke the required time and
ustomers are in favor of
Lowe Brothers Mello-
tone is a flat oil paint that
gives a deep, velvety finish
to walls. Comes in a vari-
ety of delicate colorings,
each soft as the rainbow
tints. It enables you to
duplicate all the subtle col-
orings of nature-so lovely
to look at but so almost
impossible to bring into
the decorative schemes of
your home. Iu short, with
'3 p. m.
Southern California-A special, day
.was held at the University of South-
. ern California on May 5. All the
girls met on the campus and marched
to the chapel in a body to be present
at an especially arranged program.
1 Luncheon was served in the univer-
sity cafeteria. After the luncheon
games and contests were carried on.
of the Wesleyan Guild
JOYCE STEDMAN, '22
EARL DUNN, '20, '22L
EDWARD RAMSDELL, '23
ROBERT KNEEBONE, '21
EARL MILES, '21, '22L
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ce to entertain your
Wisconsin-The wearing of a sand-
wich board bearing a list of his sins
against university traditions was the
novel punishment meted out last week
by the student senate to Henry M.
Anding, of Burlington, Iowa, a fresh-
man in the University of Wisconsin.
The court of his fellow students found
him guilty of not wearing a green
cap, of smoking on the campus, of
showing disrespect to upperclassmen,
and of loitering about university hall,'
and they decreed that he must attend
two classes wearing a sandwich board
branding him as a violator of campus
Are you a true Michigan Man? If
so keep in touch with all the teams,
at home and abroad by reading The
Daily each morning.-Adv.
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,
LOST '- In Moe's Sport Shop or on
on Campus, large size leather note-
book with semester's notes, owner's
name on cover. Reward. Call
LOST-Large leather loose-leaf note-
book. Reward if left at 301 N. State
St. No questions asked.
LOST-A silver Eversharp pencil be-
tween Law and Martha Cook Bldgs.
Engraved with initials C. E. M. Re--
ward if returned to Corrine Merkel.
FOR SAL - No. .1-A Ansco Junior
folding camera 2%2x4/I R. R. Lens;'
also Ansco vest pocket camera No.
2, 2 x33% Modico Lens, Bionic shut-
ters. Call Thompson between 6 and
.7 P. M. 1058-M.
FOR SALE-Saxaphones.. Buescher
1 .-flat Alto Saxopohone-Conn
new. Call 1198-J. 311 Thompson.
FOR SALE-1 No. 9 Oliver typewriter.
C Melody and Conn Eb Alto. Both
make. Both like new. Call 870-M.
FOR SALE-Canoe, fine condition.
Call 678-J after 6:30.
Get Good Goods at Goodyear's
These dainty summer frocks have managed to catch a distinctive
haps it is because they are of lovely sheer. organdies and voiles or
silks; perhaps because of the fascinating way of the sash or the art
of the collar and buttons. Whatever the reason, these iew arriv
most refreshing air o findividual smartness and with their moderate
make an instant appeal.
ORGANDIES-in white, blue, flesh, maize, orchid,
Nile green, rose, and tan; in all sizes.... $15.00 to $35.00
VOILES-Light or dark shades in solid colors,
in striped and floral designs ........ ... $12.50 to $25.00
DOTTED SWISS-With red or yellow dots. .$27.50 and $35.00
SILK DRESSES-Cjhiffon taffetas, satins, plain
and flowered georgettes, crepe de chines, and
georgette in combination with tricolette-
May sales values at............$19.50, $29.50, $39.50
PORTO RICAN LINGERIE
A very specal purchase enables us to sell Porto Rican Handme
and Envelope Chemises at an attractively low price.
Everyone knows the daintiness of these garments and the care e
their making. Seams, hems, and scallopng are entirely by hand.az
with beautiful dsigns embroidered by hand-in Porto Rico. Abi
ferent styles in Gowns and Enveopes, are Aced at $6,65 each, inc
FANTED-First class 'cook for fra-
ternity, with table of 35, to begin in
fall. Best wages for one who can
do the work right. References re-
quired. Write giving experience
and wages. Box E. D., Daily.
WANTED - A waiter for. Summner
school. One who has no eight
o'clock. Also student janitor and
kitchen help who can earn both
board and room. Phone 1049-J aft-
er 8 P. M. or call at 819 S. State,
between 5 and 6 P. M.
WANTED - Student help.' Arcade
Cafeteria. Nickels Arcade.
AN Electric Vibrator for
WANTED-Student to operate eleva-
tor in General Library. Call 2486
or apply Buildings and Grounds De-
or- partment, University.
re 'WE HAVE Summer vacation positions
ful open for 4 or 5 students. Earnings
v- as high as $20 per day. Call after-
gat 'noons, 793-J.
The Star Electric Vibrator is a machine that will do Anything w
for higher priced machines in a manner thoroughly satisfactory a
consumption of current. . Complete with three attachments, $5.00.
FtOR 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.
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NO DUST-Clean house with:
electric suction sweeper.
work Saturdays ' and every
noon. Call 1741-R. 108-10.
press. New phone
s to all parts of
FOR SALF-New Tuxedo in fine con-
dition. Call at 224 12th St.
FOR SALE--Two first class seats to
the May Festival. Call 1582-J.
Entrance 1Z,4 S. Main.
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