There' will be a rehearsal of the
complete first and second acts of the
,D Junior Girls' play at 7 o'clock Mon-
day evening, March 22, in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall.
ETO E IELDWEDINESDAY
WILL LAST ONLY ONE DAY iN-
STEAD OF, WEEK THIS
Get Good Goods at Goodyeair's
The Michigan women's annualTenx oainlcneec o
luncheon will be given at 12:30 o'clock Tena oainlc'frne o
Saturday, April 3, in Barbour gym- women is 'to be held Wednesday,
nasium. The luncheon will be follow- March 17, at 4 p. mn. in Barbour gym-
Pr b ae ~ri ciac ma .n . frnasium. The conference which usually
Draperies for the
JHHop House Party
to theetent, the Michigan womer, who will be in lasts a week is to be held only a day
attendance from various parts of the this year.
tic reception 1 state.a Speakers for the occasion are Miss
t' lst yar,"Sydney Bach,. assistant superintendent'
Kh XElson, 4di- Anyone wising to contribute cloth-oftercainccmlinDri,
wee tempted ing or sewing materials to the box M~ oaBrenrea nvr
lays for ever. which the D. A. R. Is collecting for. sity hospital, and. Miss Jgannette
ctioa, we dethe Serbian relief work will please !Kiekintweld, '18,armet frHo 'sth etroet.
thg sdi_ send in his or her contribution not ngdprm tofuso',Dti.
posbl o~ later than Monday to the chairman,I Miss Bach will talk on recreation
SMrs. M. D. yarned, 522 North Dlivis- work for the summer; Miss Barnes
dearold ionsret h bxwllb4hipdon nursing,' and "Miss Kiekinweld on
jTuesday, March 16, advertising.
A¢l herself is In: connection with. the conference,
The tryout for Masques annual play, Miss Cleo Mertland, who spoke to ttil-
versity women a short time ago, will
will be held Jeromne K:, Jerome's The New Lady, eunfrteproeo aigpr
idWeiisa antock," will be held at 4 o'clock :rtr o h ups f aigpr
sonal interviews with the -girls who
ymnnasium. All Tuesday and Wednesday in Sarah Cas-
heter eligible well1 Angell hall. All members, wheth- care to interview her. Miss Mertland
er liibl o no ae rquste b th Iwill be in Ann Arbor at 9 o'clock
be present. reiil o o r euetdbIht~dnsa onn, n ilItr
mebr ildirector, J. Raleigh Nelson, to be pre-,,ensdymrigadwllnt-
e parts. The sent both afternoons. All eligible ve il hogotfi'dy
Smembers are askedi to try out for one-
of th~e parts, TICKETS FOR PLAYFO SA EM N Y
Votes Tickets for the. senior girls' supper
will be on sale Wednesday, Thursday, -
and Friday of this week in University. Tickets for the, Junior Girls} pliy go
Marg;aret Bo- hall. Tickets will be 35 cents each. on sale from; 1 to -4 o'clock Monday, in
Rifrkamn! '17. U'*I~fA. r3.r,------ -11 --A
FRATERNITIES and sororities often
find themselves a't this time of year
in need of New Draperies, and' the ap-
proaching J-Hop may emphasize this
need as'immediate for many.
To those who contemplate New .Hangings we offer a special
.service. We are now so efficiently equipped that-~ we can come
into your home, give whatever suggestions may be needed as
regards the proposed decorative scheme of. Hangings, make
proper measurements, furnish materials and do all necessary
This thorouighly coimpletex service 'relieves our customers of all
details anRd ives them the proper draperies for their require-
mi~nts; at prime surprisingly moderate.
P, of De-
SENIOR GIRLS TO HOLD
A :r- AL DINNER IL M 26,
Thie. senior girls' supper will be at
5:30 o'clock, March 26, at the Congre-
gational church. From here the girls .
will go to the Whitney theater to the
Junior Girls' play.
The senior girls' supper is an old'
tradition revived, the last one taking
place in the spr'ng of 1917. At this
time the seniors come to 'the Slipper
ire caps and gowns. This ye~r e
girls have decided to weak ofty ok-
gandjie collars, ulligri, wh~ii h bave
been prgqrec .,
the corridor of University hall, and
at Graham's book store, and between
8 and 4 o'clock', the remainder of the
week. The reserved seats will be sold r
directly at these places, at the sannqI
tm s cotayt th utmvious years. Prices, including war.
are, $1.10 and 83 cents.
All Senior girls shguld c.Aj ' ~thai
tickets Tuesday, y cnesda r, o.'hu s-
day at the, tb e i~u~ vrsty ba
Each Senior gib is Atitk d to oOne
free ticket iA the section of- the the4ter*
rese~yec, fQ .Senio,., 'pickets, willr e-
Ir-riday night, lMArch 2t and! Saturday
After'aoQo, March 27, Tie aegior" g'irk
w~ill attend ixe a body Fdyngt
A A - r-r
Entrance 124 S. Main
uiiiiaigssgiiiziiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuinnu I~tr~rn Eut'sIII nr n u11110111111tIgIII tIIIIII IIIII I ggunn~ngif I If I I Iug III II 111111
wordlnary display of books Will1 be offered for sale beginning Monday, March
prices, Those, familiar with the sales which we have offered in' the past
values to be received.
of books covering every subject, the stocks of two Ann Arbor's largest
Ibe offered at'suprisihgly low prices.
This is the time to buy.thM reference books which you have- been wanting.
The latest Fiction, modern books on the tSciences, History, Peilosophy, Education---all will be on sale..
Visit our stores Monday and you will not be disappointed
At Both ends of the Diagonal Walk'
during this Sal