THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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11 to be
. Start Cleaning Ann Arbor Streets
Cleaning of the paved streets in the
city has been begun by a gang of
men and teams. Owing to the varia-
tion in weather during the past few
months it was necessary to postpone'
the work until the present time.
Main & Huron.
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There will be a rehearsal of the en-
tire first and second acts complete
of the Junior Girls' play at 9 o'clock
Saturday morning, March 20, in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall.
A card party and tea will be givenj
at 2:30 o'clock on Saturday afternoon
in Martha Cook building. The object
of the party is to help with the debt
on Alumnae house, and to swell the
funds of the Rose Sedgwick scholar-
ship, which aims to bring British
women to this country to study. Both
men and women are invited to attend.
There will be a rehearsal of the
complete first and second acts of the
Junior Girls' play at 7 o'clock Mon-
day evening, March 22, in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall.
The Michigan women's annual
luncheon will be given at 12:30 o'clock
Saturday, April 3, in Barbour gym-
nasium. The luncheon will b follow-
ed by a general business meeting for
the Michigan women who will be in
attendance from various' parts of the
Anyone wishing to contribute cloti
ing or sewing materials to the box
which the D. A. R. i4 collecting for'
the Serbian relief work will please
send in his or her contribution not
later than Monday to the chairman,
Mrs. M. D. Larned, 522 North Divis-
ion street. The box will be shipped
Tuesday, March 16.
The tryout for Masques annual play,
Jerome K. Jerome's "The New Lady
Bantock," will be held at 4 o'clock
Tuesday and Wednesday in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall. All members, wheth-
er eligible or not are requested by the
director, J. Raleigh Nelson, to be pre-
sent both afternoons. All eligible
members are asked to try out for one
of the parts.
J. L. CHAPMAN
113 SOUTH MAIN STREET
These are Caps
of Class and
Lucy Huffman Will Be First Wolverine
Representative at College
Lucy Huffman, '20, president of the
Women's Athletic association, will be
the first Michigan woman to represent
Michigan at the central sectional con-
ference of athletic conferences of
American college women. The dele-
gates to the conference, which is the
first to be held since the war, will be
guests of the University of Missouri
at Columbia, Mo. Delegates will be
in attendance from most of the mid-
dle western states.*
Various phases of the athletic prob-
lem for women will be discussed, in-
cluding the attempt to establish ath-
letic associations at all colleges of-
feringa four year course for women
and giving a B. A. degree. It will al-
so be decided how honor points can
be transferred from one university to
another. Any other questions that the
delegates bring from their respective
schools will receive consideration.
This is the first time that Michigan
'has been invited to attend the confer-
Emily Mack, '19, of Detroit, is a
guest on the campus for several days.
Meroe Currie, '16, of Detroit, is vis-
iting friends here this week end.
Dr. Herha Hartwig, '14, of Detryit,
will be the guest of friends in Ann
Arbor over Sunday.
Edith Moiles Cottrell, '15, of Detroit,
is spending this week end iwith friends
on the campus. *
Helen McDonald, '16, of Detroit, is
here to visit friends for a few days.
Laura Luington, '17, is the guest
of friends in Ann Arbor.
Marion Ludington Hughes, '10, is
a visitor on the campus over Sunday.
Illinois Head Tenders Resignation
Edmund Janes James, president of
the Univer'sity of Illinois, tendered
his resignation to the board of trus-
tees last Tuesday. He has served in
the capacity of resident of the uni-
versity since Sept. 1, 1904, but since
the opening of the present school
year he has been on a year's leave
of absence. During the president's
absence, D. David Kinley has been
Before accepting the presidency of
the university, Dr James held profes-
sorships in the University of Pennsyl-
vania and the University of Chicago.
February 1, 1902, he became president
of Northwestern University.. Among
the various degrees held by Dr. James
is an honorary LL.D. degree confer-
red by the University of Michigan in
De Klyn's Candies of Cleveland.
Tiles' Drug Store, 117 So. Main.-Adv.
Get your Furniture and Rugs at
Koch and Henne.-Adv.
y OU will now find
on display a
very exclusive a n d
up-to-date showing of
At the Parlors of
Stevens & Pershing
6W18 Paokard St.
We also carry a fine line of
, % . . a
l for Quality and
1116 S. UNIVERSITY AVE.
S PICTURE FRAMING WINDOW SHADES
Fo tudent Head'quarters
For everything in "Brighten Up" finishes, best assort-
menofo swing frames, Hand-made picture frames and
window shades at lowest prices.
PAINTS L. E. WENZEL v=-
PAINTING & DECORATING
Phone 84207 E. Liberty St.
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ANN ARBOR CHOP SUEY
Excellent CHOP SUEY from
11:80 a. m. to midi ht
Steaks and Chops 814 State
109 S. MAIN ST.
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Tinker & Company
South State St. at William St.
Clothes, Furnishings and Hats
Alumnae house held a dance
Barbour gymnasiumh last evening.
is their second dance of the season.
)gy, Rhetoric or Political Economy
AL RATES TO STUDENTS ONLY
URVEY, 6 Mos. for $1.50, 4 1Mos.
All girls on warned or probation
lists who have not seen Dean Myra B.
Jordan, should do so at once.
Board of representatives of the Wo-
men's league will meet at 9 o'clock
this morning in Barbour gymnasium
instead of at 9:30 as previously an-
BOARD OF REPRESENTATIVES
ANNOUNCE 'LAST YEARLY MEET
The board of representatives of the,
Women's league will hold a meeting
at 9 o'clock Saturday morning in Bar-
bour gymnasium instead of 9:30
o'clock as previously announced. This
will be the last meeting of the year
and the president .requests that mem-
hers of the board who cannot come
send substitutes' Houses of less than
five woman students should also send
representatives to this meeting.
Page and Shaw Candies of Boston.
Tices' Drug Store, 117 So. Main-Adv.
Patronize our Advertlsers.-Adv.
The Eastman Kodak Co.
six months be-
ST, 6 Mos. for $1.50, 1 yr.
hind in filling its orders.
e your orders at Cushing's Drug
e, 340 So. State or
N P. SLOAN "The Magazine Man"
Catheriue St. Phone 1412-M Ann Arbor, Michigan
We now have a stock of Kodaks that is
almost complete, but when people b -
gin to buyin
a few weeks,
wo blocks from
3. State St.
IT-Pleasant front room on
floor for one or two students
unpus. Phone 1741-R. 429
qT-Suite. of rooms. Three
'rom campus. Well lighted
ted. Call 2649-M or at 513
NT-Young man having a
iite of rooms would like a
te. Call 1317-J or 203 S.
E-Man's evening and after-
othes. Size 38. Practically
E-Three May Festival con-
LOST-Black fur neck-piece, betweenl
' Health Service and. Homoeopathic
Hospital. Return to Homoeo Hos-
pital office. Reward.
LOST-One History Note book con-
taining lecture notes. Call 1813-J,
between six and seven.
LOST- Thirty dollars in ten dollar
bills. Reward for return of the
amount. Phone Parker, 899-R.
LOST-Alpha Chi Sigma fraternity
pin. Reward to finder. Phone 1285.
727 S. State St.
WANTED-: Dressmaking. Elizab°eth
Reed, formerly of 801 E. Huron;
now at 230 Murray Ave. Phone
WANTED-J-Hop ticket. Phone Mf
A. O., 921.
I WOULD be very thankful if the lady
who got her brown fox choker which
I made over will call me up. O.
MICHIGAN DAILY SUPPLEMENT 5
Rorick, Marvin H, '22L, 702 S. University Toledo, Ohio. 63.
Rose, Grace A, '20, 551 Church St. St. Joseph. 1526-J.
Sage, Robert D, '22, 803 S. State. Detroit. 754-R.
Salisbury, Henry M, '20E, 517 S. Division. Battle Creek. 2726-M.
Samuels, Albert, '21D, 337 Thom ason. Bayonne, N. J. 1105-R.
Saunders, Norman H, Spec., 1317 Wilmot. Detroit. 2624-M.
Schreilber, Woldemar F, '23M, 423.S. Foutrh. Grand Rapids. 2464.
Schultz, Mildred; '20, 820 E. Kingsley. Rochester, N. Y. 2747.
Selmier, C Ellsworth, '23, 810 E. Wash. Indianapolis, Ind. 1317-M.
Shetzer, Simon, '21, 315 N. Thayer. Detroit. 1589-M.
Sikes, Ward S, '22E, 706 S. Division. Benton Harbor. 60-W.
Smith, Herbert E, 21E, 1209 Cambridge Court. Ann Arbor.
Snyder, LeMoyne, '23M, 423 South Fourth. East Lansing. 2464.
Sonneborn, Robert H, '22, 705 Oakland. Pueblo, Cola. 1510-R.
Southard, 0 M, '20, 709 N. University. Hollansburg, O. 793-J.
Spengler, Howard M, '22L. Northampton, Pa.
Spier, James E, '22L, 705 Oakland. Mt. Clemens. 1510-R.
Stephens, Richard T, '20E, 500 S. Fifth. Fenton. 1018-J.
Stevens, James C, '23, 325 E. Jefferson. Munhall, Pa. 899-R.
Stevens, Marjorie F. '21, 502 L. Eiberty. Ann Arbor.
Stiles, Frances, Grad., 1130 Oakland. Detroit. 2166-W.
Strickler, Wm H, '23E, 1335 Geddes. Klinefeltersville, Pa. 524-R.
Stroud, Clifton, '23, 413 Thompson. Fenton. 633-R.
Sturgis, Vesta A, '20, 104 S. Ingalls. Rockford. 1722-R.
Sunderman, Richard B, '23, 336 E. Wash. New Bremen, 0. 1148-J.
Tague, R 0, '22L, 1106 Lincoln. Ann Arbor.
Tennent, Frank L, '23E, 700 Oxford Road. Sturgis. 355.
Thompson, C ', '23D, 516 S. Division. Vassar. 105&-M.
Thompson, L' L, '23D, 516 S. Division. Vassar. 1058-M.
Thorburn, H Jay, '20P, 1005 Lincoln. 2372.
Tilly, Virgil S, 913 Vaughan. Ann Arbor. 1758-J.
Ullrich, Paul H, '23, 315 S. Division. 2332.
Vahlteich, H W, '20P, 909 Church. Chicago, Ill. 912-J.
VanAntwerp, Chiles B, '22, 423 Hamilton Place. Farmer, Ky.
VanPatten, Claude A, '22, 408 Thompson. Battle Creek. 1741-W.
Vardon, E M, '21, 811 E. Huron. 1138-R.
Vaughn, Roger J, '22L. Dallas' City, Ill.
Veeder, Kirke C, '21L, 217 N. Division. Cherryville, Kans. 1635-W.
Veness, Clarence L, '21, 439 S. Division. Almont. 1826-R.
Vickery, Elizabeth, '22, 304 E. Jefferson. Evansville, Ind. 548-R.
Villavicencio. J M. '22. 311 Thompson. LaPaz. Bolivia. 1198-3.
stocks will soon be depleted and you
ay not be able to get the one you
would like best. We therefore suggest
that you place your order- before the
There is a good market now for'sec-
ond-hand kodaks if you have one to
weather takes people out of
324 So. STATE STREET
711 PACKA.RD STREET