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A freshman and junior baseball
team .practice with substitutes will
be held at 4 o'clock Monday.
A sophomore and senior baseball
team practice with substitutes will be
he'ld at 5 o'clock Monday.,

A little paint talk is. in order now.
Call in and we will do the rest. C.
H. Major & Co., 203 E. Washitgton.-
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Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

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A few more girls are needed for the
May pole dance. Those wishing to
take part will practice at 5 o'clock
Monday at Barbour gymnasium.
A meeting of all senior women will
be held at 4:30 o'clock Tuesday, May
25, in Barbour gymnasium.
The only day left for freshman.-pos-
ture examinations will be Wednesday,
May 26. All those who have not taken
their examinations should sign up . t
once for this date. All sophomore
who have not made an appointment
for a posture examination should do
so at once.
Girls who have not yet . payed the
money pledged by them to the Dr. Sarg-
ent campaign fund are requested to do
so at Newberry hall today.
Sophomore girls will meet at 4:30
o'clock Monday afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium. The Junior Girls' play
committee and other elections will be
made at this time.
To Arward Honors
On LanternNght
Field day for women's athletics
terminating in the - annual Lantern
Night celebration will be held Wed-
nesday, June 2; at Palmer- field.
Tennis and archery tournaments
and final games in baseball will be
followed by picnic suppers brought
by the entire women student'body in
league houses, dormitories, and soror-
ities.
A May pole dance will be given by
the sophomores and freshmen, and the
day will close with the accustomed
Lantern Night procession, consisting
of seniors with lighted lanterns and
junors with flowered hoops. Arm
bands, pins, and sweaters for honors
gained in athletics will be awarded at
this time.
Girls hurnCaps,
.fnd Paddles Too
Cap Night was celebrated at Helen
Neviberry residence by a party ,at
which the freshmen, who were the
honor guests, appeared dressed as lit-
tle girls with their hair down and
green caps bearing tleir class num-
erals.
,They entertained by songs to the
upperclasswomen and passed around
boxes of animal crackers. After din-
ner they threw their caps into the fire,
accompanied by the sophomores, who
at the same time threy away their
paddles.
FAMOUS DRIVERS
EXPECTED IN RACE

A FEW
PRIVATE LESSONS
AT 7HE
SCHOOL OF DANCING
WITH EITHER
;ISS JEANETTE KRUSZKA
or
PHILIP RAE MILLER, '23
will prepare'-you for Spring.
Activities
STUDIO:-
514 E. William Street
Phone 1422-J
SUNDAY DINNER
MENU
SOUP.
Willits' Best
Wafers
Combination Salad
Sliced Tomato and Head Lettuce
Roast Sirloin of Beef
Brown Gravy,
]ricasse, d Chicken with Biscuit
Creamed Asparagus
Mashed- Potatoes
D)ESSERt'
Home-Made Cherry; Pie
Strawberry Short Cake
Vanilla Ice Cream
Tea Coffee Milk
12' to 2:00 P. M. Price $1.00
COLE EARLY
A la Carte Service, 5 to 7 P. M.
WILLITS CAFE
315 S. State Str'eet
Phone 173

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WAN~TED-
WANTED-Interviews with men de-
siring connection with large' sales
force. Plenty of money in th? work
for. you. See me at .ity "Y", any
day after 3 P. M., George B. Wil-
son.
WANTED-Students desired for sum-
mer work. Positions open in near-
ly every state. Must be aggressive.
Best of wages. Box V. M., Daily.
WANTED-Chef and wife. Must be
first class and able to furnish good
references. fHotel, Box 2, Walloon
Lake, Mich.

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Indianapolis,. Ind., May 22. The
most famous field of drivers that ever
faced a starter is exected to line up
at the Indianapolis motor speedway at
10 o'clock Monday, May 31, for the
start of the eighth international 500-
mile sweepstakes.
The record breaking advance seat
sale indicates that the largest and
most representative audeince ever as-,
sembled foar a racing event will be
present when the bombjis sent up an-
nouncing the getaway of the premier
pilots of two continents in the great-
est racing classic in all the world-
for the largest purse ever offered,
$70,000.
More important than the prize purse
or the thrills that will be furnished
thousands, will be the benefits derived
by the- motor industry.-, For the first
time in history, machines of 183 cubic
inches piston displacement and 1,600
pounds weight will be seen in racing
competition. The dream of all driv-
ers since the birth of horseless wag-
ons is to get high speed and power
from the smallest engine possible.
The race at Indianapolis will do more
.to work out the kinks of this mechan-
ical problem than any other event, ac-
cording to automobile engineers.
MISCELLANEOUS a
STENOGRAPHERS desiring work
during the summer vacation should
file application in the Secretary's
office, University Hall, as soon as
possible.
CALL PACKAGE Express. Parcels of
all kinds delivered to any part of

We offer a distracting array of clothing, For ev-
ery~day of the vacation we have the "right" thing.
For the surhmer evening dances we have lovely
frocks of organdie, voile, and silk. For sport wear
we have white skirts, wash material and lovely
shimmering baronet satin, Fan-ta-si, tricolet and
jersey. To aadd a finishing touch with these
skirts, we offer silk sweaters of every color of the
rainbow, t r i m m e d with wool embroidery or
trusting to their bright hues for trimming.
Hats of every style dear to the feminine heart
are found here. Sport hats in all the brightest
colors, large floppy Tuscon hats for dress wear,
malines and hair braids in lovely lustrous black,
and tiny black hats for inotoring.
To make a cOstume complete, the. shoes must
match. Here you will find the proper ,shoe. for
every occasion. Sport shoes, oxfords, high.and
low heels, and opera pump's all in srywy white
reignskin cloth.
You will be able to choose your entire vaca=

- WANTED - Waitresses and kitchen
e girl. [otel, Box 2, Walloon Lake,
Mich.

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i'OJ1 SALE

)-J. FOR SALE- House, 3 blocks from
-- Campus, 4 suitable for fraternity
en rooming house, or may easily be.
3. transformed into lour family apart-
ment. Address Box E. E., Michigan
Daily.
am-
am FOR SALE-Slide trombone. Smooth
ice slippery slide action. Silver plat-
ner ing, sgood condition. Leather case,
F., slide opening. Must sell at ogce.
Call Packer, 197.
FOR SALE--Saxaphones, Buescher C

tion wardrobe here.

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