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W1omen I
bers of the board of directors
Women's league are asked to
tt 9 o'clock on Saturday morn-
Barbour gymnasium.
aen who applied to Dean Myra
Jan for benefit from the Lucinda
fund are asked to appear at 2:30
C on Thursday afternoon in
ent Hutchins office.

swimming this semester must enroll
in the director's office in Barbour
gymnasium.
There will be no Y. W. C. A. vesper
services until further notice.
CLASS PARTIES
Will be reinstated at the Packard
every Tuesday and Thursday eve., 8
to 10. Chaperones will be present to
give introductions and see that proper
dancing is done. The ban will be put"
on cheek dancing and ether improper,
positions. Ladies - 25c, Gents 35c.
Couples 60c.-Adv.

COMEDY CLUB CONTEST
FOR PLAYS ENDS MARCH

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Tuttle's

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Lunches

WINNING PRODUCTIONS TO
GIVEN SOON AFTER ON
CAMPUS

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Nunnally's
Candy
Maynard St.,

Trubey' S
Dinners. Lunches Confectionery
Ice Creani, Delicious Sodas
We Make our own Ice Cream
Orders solicited from Fraternities and
Sororities. 218 S. Main' Phone 166

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women who eipect to

take'

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SPRING IS COMING
IT'S FIRST HARBINGERS

ARE HERE

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OUR

JP DAFFODILS,

HYACINTHS

AND

SPRING FLOWERS*

LUMAIZE BLOSSOM SHOP

JKELS ARCADE

PHONE 600 M

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EWBERRY TEA ROOM-
at Y. W. C. A. BUILDING, S. State St.

One act plays for the contest being
, given by Comedy club are to be en-
Itered by March 1 with Carrie Fair-
child, '21, secretary, at the Martha
Cook building. Ten dollars is offered
for the best play presented by a fac-
ulty member, $10 for the best written
by a student, and $5 for the student's
production second in rank.
Must be for Amateurs
As Comdey club wil stage the suit-
able prize winning plays, they must
be written for amateur production, ex-
cluding large casts, elaborate settings,
and fantastic scenes, and should have
themes appealing to college- students.
They must not have more than one
act, and should be about 30 minutes
long.
Authors' Names Withheld
Manuscripts should be typed' and
labeled faculty or student work. No
name, but some distinguishing mark
should be on the manuscript, and a
copy of the mark enclosed with the
name in a separate envelope.
Five Cities Want
j. girls' Play
The Junior Girls' play is progressing
remarkably well. All of the music
has been completed. the parts have
been given out and the cast chosen.
There will be three rehearsals this
week in which both cast and chorus
,will take part.
Invitations and inquiries have been
received from a number of cities, Kal-
amazoo, Detroit, Toledo, Saginaw, and
Grand Rapids, concerning the giving
of the play at these plac9s. Detroit
11will,howeve, be given the preference.
Marcella B. Moon, '21, is now pre-
paring a petition to be sent to Prof.
Louis A. Strauss to allow the play to
be given outside of Ann Arbor this
year.
New Rules Limit
Freshman t1Jtes7
The following changes, of University
house rties have been made by the
judiciary council of the 'Women's
league, and have beepassed by three
fourths of the university women.
"All University houses may be kept
open until 11 o'clock on Friday and
Saturday evenings.
"Feeshmen are limited to three en-
gagemts a week, and these must
fall during the week end."
The above rules go into effect im-
mediately.
MRS. HUTCHINS TO
HONOR MRS. BURTON
Mrs. Harry B. Hutchins will give
a dinner of fourteen covers at her
home this evening in honor of Mrs.
Marion L. Burton, Who arrived yester-
day and is staying at Martha Cook
building. The guests will be: Mrs.
Walter H. Sawyer of Hillsdale, Mrs.
Frederick B. Stevens of Detroit, Mrs.
Junius E. Beal, Mrs. Henry Kraemer,
Mrs. W. H. Hinsdale, Mrs. Alfred H.
Lloyd, Mrs, Marcus I. Ward, Mrs.
Henry M. Bates, Mrs. Victor C. Vaugh-
an, Mrs. Mortimer E. Cooley, and Mrs.
John R. Effinger.
President Hutchins will be host at
dinner at the Union this evening in
honor of President-elect Marion L.
Burton, entertaining 18 guests includ-
tng the deans of all the colleges, Mr.
George Millen, Mr. Charles Sink, and
Dr. Walter H. Sawyer of Hillsdale.

VOCATION EXPERT
TO TALK TO WOMEN

Vidal's

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Where wholesome-food and
courteous service will lend
zest to your social chat.
Regular Meals

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I WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS

FRESHMAN SOPHMORS! JUNIORS
SENIORS!
Meet imat

35c and 40c

DISTINCTION I DRESS

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Which means, at the start, distinction in millinery. Our
selection of spring hats illustrates the correct modes in mil-
linery, as approved by the most widely acknowledged hat

VIDAL 'S

designers.

$

FOR THE MID-SEASON

PHONE
ORDERS
PROMPTLY
FILLED

512 E. WILLIAM
(Block and a half from

PRMPIl1

We are showtaig attractive models in satin, silk and geor-
gette crepe particularly adapted to bridge the time between
winter and the warm days of spring.,These hats, when worn
with the new pattern or mesh veils, are ,both attractive and'
practical for this time of the year.
Mid-season hats at reduced prices.
(Second Eloor)-

ORDES
V40.PROMPTLY
FILLED

Campus)

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Open to All Women

SHOWS AT
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:34

LAST TIMES TODAY,

-ADULTS .........6
CHILDREN.......10

Pleasant Surroundings

ATTRACTIVE MEALS

May

Allison

Individual Meals or by the Week

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"The Walk--Offs"

OR LADIES-

From the Stage Success by Frederic and Fanny Hatton

Black Cat and Monito Hosiery

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We have just received a big shipment of hosiery from
k orders of last summer and now can supply your wants in
and Silk Lisle with the best possible values.
Always glad to show you at

Be sure of your
wife's sense of
humor before /you
wear another

THE LYNDON SHOP,

woman' ssilk

EAST LIBERTY ST.

Ann Arbor, Mich.

a

hose just for a
joke. It may take
you to the divorce
court just as it
did poor im-
practical and

The first thing he
learned to write
was I 0 U, which
sums up "Schuy"
of "The Walk-
Offs," but, he was
a pretty good ,
scout at that., It
wasn't his fault -
he didn't know -
enough to do ,
anything more
than spend his
wife's money-
And he lost that
job too, for a
while.

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SING

Leive Copyj
Quarryns ad
The Delta

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impecunious
"Schuy--and

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that's some court

Also Star Comedy-
"SOME SHIIUIIERS"
And Weekly
Can a "Walk-Off" ShImmy?
We'll Say So!

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scene too!

FOR SALE

ALE- Weyman
:actically new.
ion. 300 E.

Banjo-Mando-
In first class
Jefferson St.

me 976-J.
SALE-Kueffel & Esser duplex
9 rule. $6.00. Box B J; Daily.
SALE-Complete set of Mechan-
drawing instruments. Inquire
E. Washington St. Phone 78-M.
LOST AND FOUND
-Friday, Jan. 30th, on or near
pus, twelve hand decorated cor-
pondence cards. Will finder
tse return to owner at 115 N.
yer St., or call 1416-R.

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Single room furnished for
student. Well heated. Quiet. Phone
2388-J. 1028 Packard.
FOR RENT - Two room suite, 2/
blocks from campus, steam heat.
Phone 233-J.
FOR RENT-Single suite - southern!
exposure, light, airy. 907 N. Univer-
sity.
FOR RENT-Steam heated room, 519
E. William St.
FOR RENT-Room for student in pri-
vate family. First class in every
particular. 539 So. Fifth Ave.
FOR RENT-Single room for young
lady. One block from the campus.
1724-J.

TOMORROW and SATURDAY

The women's annual vocational con-
ference of the Women's league will be
opened at 4 o'clock this afternoon at
Barbour gymnasium when Miss Marcia
Wood, from the Newberry House in
Detroit, will address 'the women of
the campus on the subjectif "Occupa-
┬░tional Therapy."
Miss Wood is capable of giving in-
structional talk, for she has done a
great deal of work for wounded sold-
lers during the war. She has been
connected with the Newberry House
in Detroit, which is the Red Cross
headquarters.
Mrs. Henry Joy, who is president
of the board of governors of the New-
bery residence in Ann Arbor, will
accompany Miss Wood. They will be
entertained there during their stay
here.
Drawing instruments-Bargains in
second hand sets at WAHR'S.-Adv.

Eugene O'Brien

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"HIS WIFE'S MONEY"

SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY

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Waterman Gym a valuable
>ok. Call 907-R; Meyer Pa- WANTED
WANTED-A few more fellows to eat
good home cooked meals. Prices
IISCELLANEOUS right. Near campus, Martha Sie-
ry-' bert, 514 E. Liberty St. Phone 865-M.
party who took the wrong________________
n -the skating rink kindly WANTED-Student barber. Guaran-
y at 184 to effect an ex- tee $15. $.75 on over $20. 1110 S.

NAZIM*d V A

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"STRONGER THAN DEATH"

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