The second Maypole dance*practice
will be held at 5 o'clock Thursday,
May 28, in Barbour gymnasium.
A few senior collars are available
for women who were not able to se-
cure them before. They may be pro-
cured at tie office of the Dean of
Order of Events
4:00 P. M.- Finals in archery
and tennis, championship base-
6:00 P. M.-Supper on the field.
7:00 P. M.- Maypole dance by
freshmen and sophomore
7 :30 P. M.-Lantern procession.
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The saving in rug wear alone will pay for
the 'TORRINGTON. It removes the
gritty, introdden dirt that cuts the fabric.
It brightens up the delicate colorings of
your expensive rugs and carpets andadds
years to their life. 'Free demonstration.
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~ 7 PRESENTS
The Women's Cosmopolitan club
will meet at 7:30 o'clock Friday eve SOPHOMORES WHO WOULD BE
ning at Newberry hall. ADVISERS TO MEET ON JINE 1!
Geneva club will hold an open meet- Cards have been sent out from the
ing at 8 o'clock tonighti at the Kappa office of Dean Myra B. Jordan to all
Kappa Gamma house. Girls who are sophomore girls asking that they
interested in summer camps are in- serve as junior advisers next year.
vited. There will be a meeting to discuss
this work and that of the Junior Girls'
PROMINENT CAMPUS PEOPLE play at 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon
OF PAST AND PRESENT TO WED June 1, in Barbour gymnasium. Prof
C. 0. Davis of the education depart-
The engagement of Miss Frances L. iment will talk to the girls at that
Hickok, '15, to Dr. Leonard Harrison time.
Cretcher, '12, was recently announced
at a dinner given by some of Miss To Discuss Proposed Bond Issue
Hickok's colleagues on the English!. The proposed bond issue for school
faculty of the University of Illinois. purposes will be discussed at the
The marriage will take place in July. Chamber of Commerce banque't to be
Miss Hickok' was the first woman held at the Union June 8.
student to represent the University
of Michigan in oratory or debate, win-
ning second place in the 1915 contestsA A
of the Northern Oratorical league. She J. L. CHAPMAN
was prominent in campus dramatics, AND MER
taking leading roles in the ComedyAO
club and Oratorical league plays, and 113,SOUTH MAIN STREET
besides' was a member of several__
campus organizations including Delta
Sigma Rho and the/Alpha Chi Omega
sorority. A FEW
Dr. Cretcher belongs to the Theta PRIVATE LESSONS
Chi fraternity and as an undergrad-
uate was a member of Sigma Xi, Al- AT THE
chemists, and Phi Lambda Upsilon. SCHOOL O fANMIUG
He secured his Ph.D. from Yale uni-
versity. After his return as captain. WITH EITHER
from France, where. he had worked MISS JEANETTE KRUSZKA
on poisonous gases during the war, or
he became research chemist for the PHILIP RAE MILLER, '23
National Chemical aiI, Aniline com- will prepare you for Spring
pany, off Brooklyn, N. Y. I
Announcement was made Tuesday t Activities'
of the engagement of Ann Schantz,1
'23, to Reed Bachman, '21. Bachman as STUDIO:
a member of the Phi Kappa Psi frater-
nity, and editor of the Gargoyle. Miss 514 E. William Street
Schantz is' a member of Pi Beta Phi. Phone 1422-J .
FALL IN SUPPLY OF TEACHERS
IN EAST NOT FELT HERE
Many of the eastern schools report Mail Orders
a large decrease in the number of,
WASHTENAW ELECTRIC SHOP
THE SHOP OF QUALITY
N-t00 E. Washington St.
~RE just as good today as they ever
11have been. The quality that won
premer place for themn has been faiths
fuly aintaine in the face ofices
ing costs of materials 'and labor.
CLUETT.-PEABODY &'eCO'/Iwc . TJQy . N y
MAKERS or ARROW SHIRTS AND OTHAfri UNDERWEAR
PRICES- Ineluding war tax*
Kiddies ............... .... .IO
EST AND MOST HILARIOUS COMEDY
One Caepable Draftsma n
One Experienced Stenographer and
Four ireiahine assembly meln
Good pay, Steady Work. Apply
Ann Arbor Machine corporation /
AD VERTISI Nfl
applicants for positions as teachers,
but very little difference has been
noticed by the appointment bureau at
Miss Margaret Cameron, secretary
to the appointment committee, stated
that she has had applications from
167 women and 44 men of .the senior
class for teachnig positions. Of the
total number of womeAf enrolled 15
have withdrawn and 1,0 graduated in
February. Up to the present time 58
of the remaining 142 women and.12
men have been placed by the Univer-
Miss Cameron says that there is
even a slight increase in the number
of I applicants over last y6*r' enroll-
ment. Howeverthere are not so many
as there were several years ago.
UNIVERSITY WOMEN ACTIVE
IN HOSPITAL SOCIAL SERVICE
"Women of tie University Y. .W. C.
A. are still doing excellent work in
the social service department of the
University and Homoeopathic hospit-
als," says Miss Eva Lemert, secretary
of the University Y. W. C. A. "The
work at the Homoeopathic hospital is
in especailly good condition."
The people who serve in this work
report to the director of social serv-
ice through the office of the, Y. W. C.
A. and are }sent out into the wards for
service. They read and play games
with children, .take the convalescent
ones out fora walk or play, read and
write l1etteifs for the older people and
in general make things more pleasant
for the invalids.
Chi Omega and Kappa*camma V ietors
Two more baseball games have been
played off by women's house teams.
Chi Omega defeated Gamma Phi Beta
at 6:30 o'clock Wednesday morning
at Palmer field with a score of 15 to
11, and Kappa Kappa Gamma won
from Delta Gamma on Tuesday with
a score of 14 to 1.
WHAT WILL YOU DO WITH YOUR
SUMMER VACATION? Would you
care to earn two, three, or five
thousand dollars before the start
of the Fall Semester? See Pratt or
Nyman. Phone 2220, 6 to 7 P. M.
Vacation time is almost upon us and vacation means trigs.
will be going home or to the seashore, the lakes or nearby resorts. Wher-
ever you go you want the right kind of luggage for your pretty, new vas
cation wardrobe. The call at present is for small dress suit cases, We
have one that will please you in genuine leather in a 20-inch size.
fascinating little case has a removable tray, shirred pockets and straps
and is lined throughout with bright colored cretonne.
You may purchase
this for $14.
ST-A reward is offered for the re-
urn of a bunch of keys lost by an
employee of the Buildings and
Grounds Department. Call 2486.
ST-Sunday, May 23, at Barton
Dam a black leather handbag. Suit-
ible reward if returned to address
in bag. Phone 2612-J. /
ST-Note- book and two text books.-
,urrey -"British Colonial Policy"
nd "Cubberley School Administra-
ion." Phone 710-W. P. K. Platts.
ST-In or near Hill Auditorium
E'riday night, bi-focal glasses in
:ase. Reward. 'Call 1612-W.
ST -Zeta Beta Tau fraternity
?adge. Finder please phone 1104.
R RENT- Four newly furnished
ooms, excellently located. Phone
211-R. , 'o
silks and furs at Zwerdling's. Also
all kinds of plaiting made at Zwerd-
ling's, Ladies' Tailon and Furrier.
Zwerdling Bldg., 217 E. Liberty. Es-
FOR SALE-$45 Victrola with 37 lat-
est records. Best offer by Saturday.
Selmier, 810 E. Washington St.
FOR SALE - Beautiful Registered
Persian kittens. Make pretty gifts.
Mrs. Guy L. Mullisin, 326 E. Ann.
FOR SALE--1916 Ford Coupe. Good
'condition. Call Heald, 726-M.
FOR SALE-- A banjo-mandolin and
case. Call 1828-J.
WANTED-A man Playground Direc-
tor for July and Au'gust. Detroit
Playground. Apply by ' letter to
If you are -partial to enamel leather cases,j you may choose from a
complete line of goods.
These cases are larger, are light and durable
and lined attractively in cretonne.
For the short trip, the traveling bag is the necesary article.
bags are all leather, lined with leather and come in light weight, mecigm
weight and heavy sizes and in 16, 18 and 20-ihch lengths.
We are most
fortunate in receiving some bags that we will be able to sell at the old
prices, You may choose these bags at $15 to $30.
HoMrs. George C. Thrall, 189 Parker
Help. Also engag- Av.Dtrt.-
imer aeason. Ar- Ave., Detroit.
WANTED-Experienced female pian-
TENOGRAPHE;RS desiring. work
during the summer vacation shouId
file application in the Secretary's
office, University Hall, 'as soon as
ist with sales ability.
work. University MusicI