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117

D.-

ralines
Store,

Adv.
Get your Furniture and Rugs at
Koch and Henne.-Adv.
De Klyn's Candies of Cleveland.
Tices' Drug Store, 117 So. Main.--Adv.

LITS

:O DE LUTECE
to all who love the beautiful and distinctive in music"
GEORGE BARRERE, Flute
CARLOS SALZEDO, Harp
LUCIEN SCHLITT, 'Cello
ITORIUM, TUESDAY, EVENING, MARCH 30

150 DELEGATES ATTEND
MADISON__COFEENCE
More than 150 delegates attended
the central' sectional conference of
Women's Athletic associations which
began Friday morning, March 19, at
Madison, Wis.
Among the problems taker up by
the conference was that of intercol-
legiate athletics. Inasmuch as the
National conferenec which was held
in 1918 in Chicago, voted ogainst in-
tercollegiate games, the sectional con-
ference decided to support this deci-
sion. As a result of this the tennis
tournaments with Michigan Agricul-
tural college planned for this spring
will not be held.
. ExtensioV Policy Discussed
An extension policy whereby Wom-
en's Athletic associations will be los-
tered in .smaller schools 'was dis-
cussed. Each state university will act
as chairman of all the schools in its
State, and the University of Wiscon-

sin is delegated to compile a direc- Vlrrh7;c A wait
tory of such schools.J
Closed Membership Favored T ,
As a whole the Conference favored
closed membership for ath'etic asso-
ciations. A referendum vote will be Two surprises are in store for those
taken in the individual colleges, and who attend the Women's Annual
the question will be finally settled at luncheon which will be held this year
the meeting next year. at 12 o'clock, Saturday, AprIl 3.
From the talks given by dele - Members of all classes are working
gates of other schools, showing not hard in an attempt 'to contrive new
only their remarkable success in ath- schemes for decorations, to compose
letics, but in financial matters it was clever parodies on the latest jazz
easily seen that a better part of co- songs, and freshman women are vie-

The Unive
meet at 4
gymnasium.

(Note change of date)
PROGRAM
A A TRIOS . .
Adagio, Allegro
Largo (Saraband)
Allegro assai
TRIO DE LUTECE
('Cello Solo)
LUCIEN SCHMITT
NSE ESPAGNOLE . .
ROUET (L'Oissau blen) ..
PETIT BERGER
TRIO DE LUTECE
PRELUDRS . .
Quietude; Introspection; Whirlwind
(Harp Solt)
CARLOS SALZEDO
ISIE . .
(Flute Solo)
GEORGE BARRERE
[NA EN TRIO .
Modere
Mouvement de Menuet
Animee

ck t

Jean Marie Leclair

operation existed between men and
women in all forms of athletics. Men
and women are both supporting wom-
en's athletics to a much greater ex-
tent than in former years," stated
Lucy Huffman, '20, Michigan delegate
to the Conference.
Play Tickets on Sale at Graham's
All remaining tickets for the Junior
Girls' play will be on sale at Gra-
ham's bookstore until Thursday,f
March 25. After that date they may
be procured at the box office of the
Whitney theater. There are a number
of seats for the Saturday afternoon
performance still on sale.r

ing with one another to get a place
on the serving committee.,
Marion Treadgold, '20, is chairman
of the luncheon.. Committee heads are
as follows: Serving, Mary Ives, '23;
posters, Agnes Holmquist, '22; deco-
rations, Helen Bishop, '22; publicity,
Marguerite Clark, '21; tab'es, Anne
Kirkpatrick, '20; treasurer, Olga
Johnson, '21; refreshments, Marion
Treadgold, '20; toasts, Marguerite
Chapin, '20;. secretary, Teckla Roese,
'22; music, Elsie Erley, '20, invita-
tions, Rose Sturmer. '20; tickets. Sue
Verlenden, '20..
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

There will be an extra practice for
gymnasium apparatus work at 2
o'clock on Wednesday.
Sophomore women will meet at 4
o'clock, Wednesday, in Barbour gym-
nasium.
Stylus will meet at 1:45 o'clock
Tuesday evening, March 23, at the
Chi Omega house.
There will be a meeting of the en-
tire staff of Masques' play, "The New
Lady Bantock," at 4 o'clock Tuesday
in Barbour gymnasium.
Athena Literary society will meet
at 7:15 o'clock Tuesday night on the
fourth floor of University hall. The
program will be the debate scheduled
for last Tuesday.

Gabriel Faure

Enrique Granados
George Hue
Claude Debussy
Carlos Salzedo

George Rue
Maurice Ravel

--end sp ors "fit in"pry ht thgrex
A J6=
POM

R

,. TRIO DE LUTECE
ON SALE AT UNIVERSITY ACHOO QF MUSIC
$1.00-$1.50--$2.00

DID IT"

"GEORGE DID IT"

ALL

these well-known
Ann Arbor dealers
sell NUNNALLY'S

x

the famous
Candy of the South.

7r
Ot
Are You "Fed Up" With
- - Ordinary Cigarettes?
Looking for a better cigarette with a taste
that's all its own? Then you're looking
for Spur.
Here's what you'll find:
An original blend that makes the rich Oriental tobaccos
richer by pleasing combination with mild, fragrant Burley
and other home-grown tobaccos. That good old tobacco
taste Spurs give.you is great, simply great.
A new method of rolling, crimped, not pasted. A smart
"brown-and-silver" package--triple-wrapping, that keeps
Spurs fresh.

4

E. C. Edsill
Fisher's Pharmacy
Sugden Drug Company
John A. Tice
Tuttle Lunch Room

Arni44)
THE CANDY OF ThE SVK

2

LASS I H
ADV ERTISIN

Lose Copy.
at
ouarryl: anid
IThe 010a

There's always room at the top for the
cigarette that's not just a new "brand"
but a brand new and better cigarette.

Got the point

W AM tV
-Applications of ambitious
io desire to make money
Spring and Summer vaca-
Vrite, Baskart Co.,'; 50 Pen-
ldg., Detroit.

Then, get Spur.

FOR SALE
FOR SALE- New seven pound Fox
Portable Typewriter. If you are af-
ter a good typewriter at a reason-
able price, call or phone -Wesley
Marston, 609 Monroe St. Phone
2236-J.
FOR SALE-B flat tenor Saxaphone
and Vega Banjorine in excellent
condition. Call L. Schindler, 700
Oxford Road. Phone 355.
FOR SALE-Ticket to hear - Galli-
Curci in "Lucia". tonight in Detroit.
Call 1216-W before 10:30 this morn-
ing.

4 T

Two refined young
or board, or both.
nily. Address C. E.,

men
In
care

Daily.
- Young lady to work at
Flower Shop. Next to

r afternoons.

ApplyI

'1

; once cook for table of
d wages. Phone 1399.
LOST
lay, March 20, gold open-
with basketball fob.
crystal. Reward if re-
07 Monroe St., or Phone
ia sister, pin. Initials
back. Finder call 1505.
FOR ENT
k suite with hot and cold
>ne 907-R. One block

FOR SALE-Two }large nqw ostriche
fans. Just the thing for the J-Hop.
PhQpe 968-W.
FOR SALE-Two May Festival Cou-
pons $4.00. Address Box M. F.,
Michigan Daily.
FOR SALE--One May Festival Cou-
pon, $1.75. 954-J.
MISCELLANEOUS
WILL THE PERSON whom I saw
taking ' money from a coat in the
shop locker room Thursday after-
noon leave same at the Daily office,
Box W. R., where owner can call
for it.' Otherwise your identity will
be published.

a rette

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