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February 26, 1920 - Image 4

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B SET AS DATE
. A . LUNCHEON

eo Murtland, assistant pro-
industrial education of the
of Michigan, will speak at
this afternuon in Barbour
g. Her subject will be "The
Choosing a Vocation." Miss
will offer practical sugges-
hose planning to teach and/
rks will be of interest to
,are undecided as to their

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arsals 'for the Junior
being held regularly
to Prof. John L.
r, everything is pro-
e best possible man-

AFFAIR COBINES ANNUAL WON-
lENS BANQUET AND COTIL-
LION
Saturday, March 6, has been decided
upon as the date of the women's an-
nual cotillioni and banquet to be held
in Barbour gymnasium for members
of the Women's Athletic association.
Dancing will constitute the main
feature of the cotillion. Favors for the
favor dances and decorations will be
in keeping with St. Patrick's Day. A
short program has been arranged to
take place during the intermission.
IW.A. A. in Full Charge
Formerly, the Women's Athletic as-
sociation has taken charge of the ban-
quet alone, while the cotillion was giv-
en by the physical directors. This year
both functions will be under the au-
spices of the association. "This will
mean," said- the publicity manager,
"that the success of the evening will
depend entirely upon the girls them-
selves."
Tickets for the cotillion may be ob-
tained free of charge at the physical
director's office in Barbour gymnas-
lum, while those for the banquet will
be on sale next week for 60 cents a

You will now find on
display a fine line of
spring millinery at the
parlors of
STEVENS & PERSHING
618 PACKARD STREET

ANNOUNCEMVENT

* Trubey' s
Dinners. Lunches Confection
Ice- Cream, Delicious Sodas
We Make our own Ice Cream
Orders solicited -from Fraternities
Sororities. 218 S. Main Phone

and
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We are pleased to annouce that flowers have

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out of the
a result of

once more reached their normal price.
A full ine of spring flowers are now available.

Dean Cooley Resumues His Work
Dean Mortimer E. Cooley - resumed
Iils duties yesterday after being con-
ied to his home sn.e last Sunday
with a severe cold.

HyAcinths.

Th~ip's

Hydrangea

Narcissus

MAIL
ORDERS
PROMPTLY
FILLED

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Cmeraia

plate.

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"Y" Sells Spokes
To 1920 Wheel

BluMaize iBlossom Shop
NICKELS ARCADE PHONE 600M

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OUR SHOE
tume. We make a study of
: style consistency.
MPS
ig dances. We are showing
its and weights. Our selec-
sole, full Lotus heel, $io.'

To help keep the Y. W. C. A. wheel
rolling in China, -the Ann Arbor
chapter has prepared a wheel of an-
other sort, a chart of a 1920 Woi!d's
Fellowship wheel with 366 spokes, one
for each day in the year. The chart
is up in the city X. W.,+0. A. rooms,
wlere the spokes are on sale.
Black spokes represent week days,
and sell for 50O cents, while green,
Sundays, are $1 apiece, and holidays
are red spoke- days, and will bring. $5
each. Feb. 29 is purple, and is to be
sold to someone especially interested
in China., The entire wheel is worth
imore than $250, die in December .
Every country, where there are Y.
W. C. A. organizations, As designated
on the rim. In four of these, Rouma-
nia, Poland, Czecho- Slovakia, and
Italy, work has been begun only since
the war. 1

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full Louis heel, $8.
ill Louis heel, $II.

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Leave Cpy
at
Quarrys and
The Delta

LOST AND FOUND

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T-Will the person who took by
istake the brown cloth hat from
te Union cloak room Tuesday night
lease call 544-W?
T-On Thompson St. Sunday aft-
noon, a Hampden watch, a watch
hain and a gold knife. Call 2666.
iT6 Pearl handled knife Monday
.ght, either at Armory or Busy
ee or between armory and dental
iege. Finder please call Mc-
racken,'668-R.

LEAGUE TO, GIVE-
COLONIAL PARTY
Entertainment in the way of stunts,
both colonial and modern, will be
given at 'the next Women's league
dancing party. It will be held at 4
o'clock Friday afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium. The committee urges
that "Junior and senior advisers and
members of the Intercollegiate com-
mittee bring girls new on the cam-
pus this semester so that all -Michi- l
gan women may know each other," '
Elizabeth Bullock, '22, and Lucile
Meyers, .'22, will begin the entertain-
ment at 5 o'clock with a minuet in
costume. A sketch by two freshman
girls from Kent house, and others by
girls from Collegiate Sorosis and
Kappa Alpha Theta will follow. Two,
ladies in colonial costume will pour
tea.
Second Colontblan Expedition Planned
An order'for a large quantity of
highly colored beads has been receiv-
ed by the purchasing department of
the University from the Zoology mus-
eum. They are to be taken with the
second expedition. to Colombia, to be
used in trade with the natives.
The Regents accepted a gift which
will pay for the second expedition
Prof. A. J. Ruthven, director of the
Zoological museuni is planning for the
expedition as rapidly as possible.
Cl*ssniates Announce Engagement-
Announcement was made last night
of the engagement of Roberta E.
Deam, '20, to Arthur I. Ortenburger,
'20. Miss Deam is a member of Delta
Delta Delta fraternity. Mllr. Orten-
burger is a member of Les Voyageurs
and Phi Sigma fraternities.

"YOU'VE GOT TO ACT LIKE

A MAN NOW!"

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The little outcast muttered the
words to himself as he wandered
thru the silent hills. His life was a
fight against odds-a fight for a
name, for a home, for the girl he
lov4d.

JACK PICKFORD
makes Chad a character that will
live long in the minds of the public.
The picture has that unearthly ele-
nent of haunting beauty which
ays hold of one's heart and can-
-ot easily be shaken off. In it is
effected the charm that made .ohn

LAST TIMES TO-DAY
Jack Pickford'
-IN
'The Little Shepherd
of Kingdom Come"

a

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'ox' Jr.'s book a classic.

Crowds packed the New York Strand daring 'the showing of this picture to
Pickford triumph in his first Goldwyn production. You will not want to miss it.
ADDED FEATURES:
Star Comedy, "IN THE SWEET DRY AND DRY," and Weekly
DIAMOND'S ORCHESTRA EVENINGS

see Jack

Hall
Sts.,
liant

-Tuesday noon, between Mason
and corner of Church and Hill
a silver bar pin set with bril-
s. Reward. Call 390.

TOMORR OW- -SATVRDAV

LOST - :Dark grey silk 'muffler in
Waterman gym at Chicago game last
Saturday evening. Finder please
;call Pabst, 2651-R.
,LOST -Will the party who found
black knitted silk scarf in Majestic
Sunday please call 2317-A.. Re-

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O WEN MO ORE

"SEorted by SEENA OWEN
IN
'S O ON E OIRL A TIE R"
WATCH FOR THE LEAP YEAR PICTURE-COMING SOON!
HAVE YOU TAKEN A GUESS AT THE STARS ON THE ARCADE CALEN-
DAR FOR MARCH-YOU'LL HAVE T O HURRY TO WIN A PRIZE.

- Fraternity pin;
Call 2666.

name on1

-Money'on Main St., Feb.
D., Daily.

Michigan Daily advertising is tae
23.. one recogized means of r.W g I
student trade.

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Regular D ances Will Be Resumed This
Week. Tickets Limited. on Sale at Fischer's
and Grahams.

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