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Mnicigan, past and pres-
given an opportunity to
ant Harry B. Hutchins and
n of Detroit, at the Wom-
luncheon to be held next

Paris to Spend' Millions on Homes
Paris, March 26.-One billion seven
hundred million francs to covef 190
acres with cheap dwellings in the pro-
gram proposed by Prefect Autrand to
the Paris municipality.
STRIKE! While the iron is hot. NOW
is the time to save while money is
plentiful. Tomorrow it may be too
late. The HURON VALLEY BLDG.
& SAVINGS ASSO. will h'elp you save
and DOUBLE your money in ten
years. Never paid less than 6 per
ct. per annum. - You can draw your
money anytime and get 5 per ct. from
date of investment. H.. H. Herbst,
Sec'y. Savings Bank Bldg.-Adv.

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expression on the part
graduates of their ap-
the work of President
the University. Sue
will act as toastmis-
s' Glee club will sing,
be given by the various

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kNCING
lessons in modern

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Tuttl's
Lunches'
- Nunnally's
Candy
Maynard St.

Caps and gowns for senior women
have arrived at Mack's and may be
called for.
All regular gymnasium classes willi
meet as usual on Monday and Tues-
day.
There will be a practice at 5 o'clock
on Monday of all girls who have sign-
ed up for the baseball athletic pageant
for the demonstration. All who stave
signed up should be there without
fall.
Senior girls can get organdie col-
lars in the office of Dean Myra B.
Jordan today.
Girls desiring to work during
spring vacation should sign up to this
effect in Dean Jordan's office.
Girls who are to serve at the Wom-
en annual luncheon are asked to call
Elsie Erley, '20,. at 627, before Wed-
nesday.
Junior Girls' play scores can be ob-
tained at the campus book stores and
Helen Newberry residence.
.All freshmen who signed up with
Mary Ives, '23, to serve at the Wom-
en's annual luncheon. will meet at
4:30 o'clock Tuesday, March 30, in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall Those un-
able to attend are asked to notify
Mary Ives, at once, 2457.

New seniors or sophomores who
would like to set tables for the Wom-
en's luncheon are asked to call Anne
Kirkpatrick, '20, at 390, before noon
Wednesday.
Michigap Dames will have their
next meeting Tuesday, April 6.
Detroit Man Given Instructorship
Mr. D. H. Davis .who is at present
in charge of physiography at Detroit
Central high school, has been ap-
pointed instructor in physiography in
the geology department of the Uni-
versity.
DARTMOUTH ALUMNI INVITE
MICHIGAN MEN TO AFFAIR
Word has been received from the
Dartmouth college alumni association
of Detroit extending an initation to all
Michigan men to attend the concert
which is to be given by the Dartmouth
college ,combined musical clubs on
Tuesday night, April 6, at the Hotel
Statler in Detroit.
What is sought, so the president of
the Detroit alumni association, Mr. E.
W. Hiestand, states, is coer friend-
ship between Dartmouth and Michigan
men. The rumor that Dartmouth is
seeking a possible Dartmouth-Michi-
gan football in the near future augurs
for a closer spirit between the two
colleges, Mr. Hiestand believes.
Get your Base Ball supplies at
Cushing's.-Adv.
The Daily contains the latest Asso-
elated Press NeWs.-Adv.

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ASK OUR
NEIGHBOR
What she thinks-let her tell you the
merits of the
ELECTRIC WASHER

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She will be pleased to tell you of her
independence of laundries and wash-
women-of no longer having to put up
with garments half washed or torn,
lost, or long mislaid. There are thous-
ands of women like your neighbor,
who are getting the same satisfaction
from their
ELECTRIC WASHER
Stop in and allow us to demonstrate
it to you.

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516 E. William St.
Phone 1422-j

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e Service for Breakfast
)OD EATS"
' EAST WILLIAM
MENU includes.
read and Butter
Pea, Coffee, Milk
'otatoes,, Dessert
Cream of Chicken, Rice
uffed Spring Chicken,,
erry Sauce.........5c
Loin of Pork
?fpple Fritters......40c
a.mb, Apple Jelly .... 40e
eg of Veal, Celery
'ng ... ''... '.. .40$c
rloln of Beef .......35c
Mashed Potatoes

Courtobus and satistactor2 .s
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Ban
Incorporated 1868
Capital "d 8201lus,$660,00.00
Iteeues ...#.#.#.# # Of . OOOM
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron.
707 North University Ave.
Pot of Hot Tea and Bowl of Rice
- with -
Plain Chop Suey
35c'
EXTRA FINE-4kc
Open 11 A. I. to 1 A. .
Quang Tun Lo
613 E. Liberty Phone 604.

The Detroit Edison Co.
Display Room, Main and William Sts.
Phone 2300

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Brogue's the'Thing
'the man without Brogue Oxfords this Spring is going to
4 out of it. ILook at the snappy perforations pn this Oxford.
Shalf-way decorations; the whole thing.r )ade of finest dark
awn Russia Calf, fine heavy sole and comfortably shaped tread

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The New Suits
The straight line suit is
favored for Spring, being
on the whole not very dif-
ferent from the styles of
the preceding season. The
skirts are comparatively
narrow, slightly flared on
the sides and measure
about one and five-eighths
yards at the hem. The
coats are plain and belted
and parade novel touches
in pockets, cuffs, collars
ad trimmings.
The past few days have
brought in many new and
decidedly smart modes in
tricotine and serge, mostly
navy ues, io all sizes.
(SECOND FLOOR)
Easter Handbags
Add to the accessories for
your Easter wardrobe one of
the new styles in Handbags
we are showing.
Canteen Handbags are
models evolved this season.
These popular bags are shown
in two sizes in taupe and navy
blue leather. Small size,
$8.60; large size, $10.80.
Strap top leather hand
purses in black, gray, tan and
other colors will add a touch
to any woman s costume.
(MAIN FLOOR)

Dress Accessories and Ready-to-Wear in Styles

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that 'Breathe the Spirit of Spring

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MONEY CAN'T BUY BETTER
Price $15.00

Neckwear
The low neck line of
blouses and dresses calls for
low neckwear styles and
dominant among these are
the- points, squares and
nnige shapes jointed to fit
perfectly the shape of the
neck of the blouse or dress.
All the new designs of
the season are on display.
(MAIN FLOOR)

Gloves a r e important
dress accessories for the cor-
rectly gowned woman. Our
Spring display will suggest
any number of different
kinds that will please the
most critical as to correct
style, uniform, reliable
quality and a smooth per-
fect fit.

Charminrg New Millinery
You miay choose Spring headwear from any number of ex-
quisite styles with the small, medium and large shapes, all well
represented. The season favors a wee bit the smaller shapes
in many enchanting styles with trimmings of embroidered silk
and wool or simple but effective bead work. Liseret braid,
celluphane and raffia are popular materials.
(SECOND FLOOR)

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The New Coats
Separate coats promise
to be as popular this year
as they have been in sea-
sons past. The new mod-
els for- immediate wear
show many fitted:tops and
smooth shoulders, with
set-in sleeves. The gar-
ments are inclined to' be
fitted in, while the skirts
flare at the sides and are
adorned with shawl and
convertible collars of
many unique designs.
Among the very latest
arrivals are wraps, new
cape-like affairs, for dress
wear fashioned from Poi-
ret twill in the lighter
shades.
(SECOND FLOOR)

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SHOP

(MAIN FLOOR)

116 So. Main St.

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The New Dresses
The lines of the new dresses are inclined to be quite
narrow and short this season. They display short sleeves
and low bloused waist lines 'at the back, and unique ar-
rangements of taffeta ribbon at the neck and belts. Quite
a few of the new modes are flared at the sides while oth-
ers are bedizened with panels, peplums and so on, of
unique and fetching desgn and needlework.
Added to our assortment of spring and summer dresses
are many new models in ginghams and voiles, all faith-
fully depicting the fashion standards for the coming
months.
(SECOND FLOOR)
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r bar pin with Chi Omega
iewhere between Press
nd campus. Call 1325.
Jin fountain pen Wednes-
ng on west steps of Li-
ider please call 1287.
platinum and gold pin.
hires. Reward. Call 2730.

"Dove". Gowns

FOR RENT-. Newly decorated front
suite, suitable for two gentlemen.
315 Packard St.
HELP WANTED-FEMALE
STUDENT to take care of one small
child mornings or afternoons. Mrs.
gE. R. Turner, 1137 Fair Oakes Park-
way.
MI8CaLLANEOUS
BOYS' SUMMER CAMP - A summer
camp for boys in the Muskaka
Lakes Region of Ontario. July 1st
to Aug. 26th. Those interested write

Every year new gowns of
unusual beauty are offered
and this year is no exception.
Spring pretents new Dove
Gowns of crepe de chine in
polka-dots and stripes.' In
pink, blue and orchid shades
they are priced at $3.25.
Those in orange crepe de
chine are beautifully trimmed
in black; priced at $3.75.
#nightgowns in pink
and blue are among the new-
est. These are priced at $5
and $6.75.

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Entrance 124.5. Main.

Telephone 1000.

(MAIN FLOOR)

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