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Advertising,. Nursing, and
ti Woor ArA Tonle to

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For mother,
father, the boys
and girls. It's
the sweet for all
ages-at work or
Play,

The:. Michigan women's annual
luncheon will be given at 12:30 o'clock
Saturday, April 3, in Barbour gym-
nasium. The luncheon will be follow-
ed by a general business meeting for
the Michigan women who will be in
attendance-from various parts of the
state.
Tickets for the senior girls' supper
will be on sale Wednesday, Thursday,
and Friday of this week in University
hall. Tickets will be 35 cents each.
Senior girls should reserve their
tickets for "Patricia Passes" today,
Wednesday, and Tkursday in Univer-
sity hall.
The Girls' league of the Ann Ar-
bor high school, invite alumnae to
attend their party, at ยง o'clock Fri-
day, March 19, in the High School
auditorium. Miss Hope Conklin, who
is an alumna, is going to talk to the
girls. There will be dancing and
refreshments.
The tryout for Masques' annual
play, Jermone K. Jerome's "The New
Lady, Bantock," will be held at 4
o'clock Tuesday andbWednesday in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall. All mem-
bers, whether eligible or not are re-
quested by the director, Prof. J. Ral-
eigh Nelson, to be present %both after-
noons. All eligible members are ask-
ed to try out for one of the- 22 parts
in the cast.

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Discussed
Jeanette Kiekenveldt, '18, who writes.
the advertisements signed "Jeanette"
which are featured by Hudson's in
Detroit, will talk upon the profession
of advertising at the women's voca-
tional conference to be held at 4
o'clock Wednesday afternoon in Bar-
bour gymnasium.
Miss Sidney Bach, assistant super-
intendent to the recreation commis-
siop in Detroit, will speak on rec-
reation work, especially as a summer
occupation for students. Miss Dora
Barnes, of the University hospital,
will have as her topic, "Phiblic Health
Nursing."
Miss Cleo Murtland, specialist in
vocational work, who spoke before
University women in February, will
speak and also be at Barbour gym-
nasium " all day Wednesday for in-
terviews. An appointment with Miss
Murtland may be made by applying
to Miss Anna Lloyd at Dean Jordan's
office.
DETROIT ALUMNAE ENTERTAIN
CHINESE WOMEN STUDENTS
Michigan women of Detroit united
with Junior college girls in being
hostess to the Chinese girls of the
University at the College club in De-
troit on Saturday. Several of the
Chinese students spoke on their work
and the necessity for trained women
in China. Mrs. Jordan accompanied
the girls.{

Y OU will now find
on display a
very exclusive a n d
up-to-date showing of
SPRING MILLINERY
At the Parlors of
Stevens & Pershing
1618 Paakard St.
We also carry a fine liGesof
Hair Goods.

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The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, P$58,000.00
Resources .........4,000,000:0
Northwest Cor. Main & Hbron.
707 North University Ave.

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nervous or tired,
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LOST
LOST-Party is known who claimed
tan buck gloves at Ann Arbor Sav-
ings Bank Saturday afternoon. Re-
turn to cashier and nothing will be
said.
LOST-In taxi meeting 10:42 train
Saturday evening, Michigan Central
station, bag containing hat. 311 S.
Fifth Ave. Phone 2415-J.
LOS'-Moore Fountain pen with gold
cap, bearing initials M. S. M. Find-
er please call Phone 993-J.
LOST-Bat pin, whit gold, set with
white sapphite. Call 152-W. Hel-
en Crane, 643 Tappan.
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LOST-Alpha Chi Sigma fraternity
pin. Reward to finder. Phone 1285.
727 S. State St.
LOST-Blue velvet and silver flower.
826 Tappan. Reward. Tel. 114.
LOST-A brightly colored raffia hat
pin. Call 2401-M.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Young man }having a
front suite of rooms would like al
roommate. Call 1317-J or 203 S.
Thayer.,
MISCELLANEOUS
SALESMEN-A good opportunity for
all or spare time. Room 232, Nick-
els Arcade. Call between 3 and 5:30
P. M.

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Three May Festival cou-
pons for two dollars a piece, worth
three dollars. 520 Thompson St..
FOR SALE--Two May festival cou-
pons. Two dollars each. Call 542-J.
FOR SALE-Dress suit in excellent
condition. 10 Nickels Arcade.
FOR SALE-Soph-prom ticket. Call.
1911-M between 7:00 and 9:00 P. M.
FOR SALE-Two May Festival cover
coupons, $4. 433-J.
FOR SALE - Good. Gibson Quitar.
Field, 1147-R.
FOR SALE - A Banjorine-Ukelelen
Call 2663-M.
MISCELLANEOUS
SALESMEN WANTED-Factory re-
built tires are in great demand; at-
tractive proposition submitted upon
application; estimated commissions
about $100 weekly to start; territory
assigned men who can produce; only
hustlers need apply. Necessary that
you have the use of an Automobile.
EASTMAN RUBBER WORKS, Inc.,
213 W. 40th St.,
New York' City.

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RIGHT

Athena Literary society will meet
at 7:15 o'elock tonight on the fourth
floor of University hall. There will be
a debate, "Resolved, That Hill au-
ditorium be open to glitical speak-
ers."
The Girls' Education club will meet
at 8 o'clock Wednesday night at
Martha Cook building. Prof. E. T.
Rankin will speak.
Complete second act of Junior
Girls' play will rehearse at 4 o'clock
today in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Thousands' of books offered at re-
markable low prices at Graham's An-
nual Book Sale.-Adv.

Girl Reserves to Give Pageant"
The Girl Reserves of the city Y.
W. C. A. are - planning to giv a
pageant in costume on the island
about June 1. Several hundred girls
are expected to take part.
A small admission charge will be
asked, the proceeds to go toward furn-
ishing the Girl Reserve club room at
the Y. W. C. A.
Until I hear from my sons I am
going to settle down to the shoe trade
a little while longer. If you have any
shoes you are through} with, give me
a chance with them. Dr. Tom Lovell,
Poet.-Adv.

STORE FOR RENT - Ground floor
front. Ann Arbor Press Bldg. Suit-
able for offices. Tenant take same
all newly decorated April 1. Apply
Ann Arbor Press.

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A H AM'S -
L BOOKNSALE
books were sold yesterday
d you get yours? .
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lay ou areadyappreciate the iremarkable values to be had. If you
irs.n - -t n+i-a '1 1C1 x1ati Aan i + m t rirhPthe hooks vou have.~

Hundreds of
Di
[f you visited our stores yesterd

not in our'store yestw.rUay come at uuu1IL IM.UnLI1O IN 11 UL.U ua iIc Ysw uu -l,-,-....s
wanting.f

is not our policy to advertise by comparative prices.

We leave it to the customer to judge the

received. All who have been in our store have been more than pleased.

Owing to the demand for books we will beunable to reserve any books, and because of the low

our terms must be cash.

y and Saturday we will make special reductions on Leather Bindings.

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New Books Added Each Day

Special Display of Engineering books on sale at the East University Store

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Wings
is Sale

GRAHAM'S
At Both ends of the Diagonal Walk

Open Evenings
During this Sale,

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