THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FFIE ctt ' Ties' Read the Daily advertisements. They'
So. Main . St. R- v ill lead you to the best of Ann Ar-
-Adv. bor's stores.-Adv.
g and Sunmer Suits made to
ure. It wnill pay you to see my
tment before you buy .
Ced $35 to. $75
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Girls desiring to work
spring vacation should sign up
effect in Dean Jordan's office.
der, 702 So. State St.
OUR IDEA OF A
ave always had the idea that every Kodak User wants the
ble results. So instead of rushing films and prints. through
)ping and printing processes, we take the required time and
o the work right and we find our customers are in favor of
.d LYNDON AND CO. do your Amateur Fin-
agreeably surprised by bringing your next
is 24 hours from 3 p. m. each day.
NDON & COMPANY
[ UNIVERSITY AVE.
,AT THE SIGN OF THE HCODAK
Ain Arbor dealers
Candy of the
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 Wori-
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, 245.
A rehearsal of act oe of "The New
Lady Bantock" will be held at 1
o'clock today in Sarah Caswell hail.
Senior girls who desire a second
organdy collar may obtain one at
Dean Jordan's office. There are 50 yet.
yto be sold.
Girls who are to serve the freshmen-
servers of the Woman's annual' ban-
quet are asked to .call Elsie Erley,
'20. at 627 before Wednesday.
Athena Literary society will meet at
S7 o'clock instead of 7:15 o'clock to-
night on the fourth floor of University
hall. The change in time is made in
order that the club may adjourn at 8
o'clock for the oratorial contest.
The final demonstration pratice will
be held promptly at 4 o'clock Wednes-
day afternoon in Barbour gymnasium.
New seniors or sophomores who
would like to set tables for the Wom-
en's luncheon are asked to call Anne
Kirkpatrick, '20, at 2509, before Wed-
.Michigan Dames will have their
next meeting Tuesday, April 6.'
FINAL PLANS LAID
The twelfth annual indoor meet and
demonstration will be given at 4
I o'clock Thursday afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium. This meet always takes
place at the time of the Schoolmas-
ter's convention In order that the at-
tending school teachers may be given
an opportunity t witness it.
A final practice ror the apparatus
work will be held'at 4 o'clock Wednes-
day after which selections will be
made of those who are to participate
in the meet. Selections will be made
only from those who have signed up,
thus signifying their desire to enter.
Tickets for the meet can be secured
free of charge at the physical di-
rector's 6ffice in Barbour gymnasium
FIVE-MINUTE TALKS FEATURE
OF ATHENA MEETING TONIGHT
At ena Literary society members
will give five-minute talks at the meet-
ipg at 7:15 o'clock tonight on the
fourth floor of University hall.
Gladys Boughton, '22, will discuss
"The Shortage of. Teachers-How to
Meet the Situation." Ella McCully,
'21, will talk on "The Committee of
48," Lucile Close, '23, on "The Latest
Developments in Germany, and Martha
Shepard, '22, on "A Co-operative Book-
store for Michigan." "What Will Hap-
pen After the Present High Level of
Prices" will be the subject for dis-
cussion by Olive Smith, '21.
The entire society will act as critic
for -the evening and Winifred O'Con-
nor, '21, will preside at parliamentary
BIG CHOICE OFFERED. IN
SPRING SPORTS; HONORS GIVEN
Tennis, baseball, archery and quoits
are the attractions in outdoor sports
for women for the spring term to be-
gin after Easter vacation. So that
more women will be given an oppor-
tunity to enter into these activities an
interhouse baseball league is being
formed ,under the management of
Heleot Bishop, '22.
The facilities of the swimming pool
in Barbour gymnasium are sufficient
to pass the first and second swim-
ming tests for which honor points =are
given. Thfee honors are awarded for
passing the first test and five for the
second test. The requisitions for pass-
ing the test are posted on die bulletin
board in the gymnasium.
Writer of Play Expresses Satisfaction
"The Junior Girls' play, I thought,
was almost professional work,"' said
Alice E. Beckham, '21, the author of
the production. "I was more than
pleased with it."
Although five cities bid for the play,
it will be repeated but once. April
.24, it will be reproduced in the audi-
Donald D. Smith, '11E, of Detroit
spent Sunday in Ann Arbor as the
guest of Sec. Shirley Smith.
Albert A. Schrimps, '16L, president
of the Chaim Commercial Company of
Spokane, is the guest of friends in the
city for several days. He is about to
leave for China.
William Burbee, 118L, of St. Joseph
is visiting friends in Ann Arbor for
a short time.
Julius Berns, '17L, Jack B. Lynch,
'12L, and Arthur ,. Adams, '19L, of
Detroit were in the city over the week
Mrs. Merlin B. Hamilton, '19, of De-
troit was the guest of friends in Ann
Arbor Saturday and Sunday.
The following alumni were in Ann!
Arbor Saturday for the annual
Psi Omega, alumni banquet: W. H.
Thwaites, '11D, B. H. Magselink, '08D,
and W. B. Klinestecker, '16D, of Grand
Rapids, W. G. Gordon, '17D, R. W.
Fonda, 'D16, S. E. Putt, '17D, W. A.
Matheson, '12D, A. E. Hammond, .'17D, .
G. A. Fredrick, '17D, John L. Lund-
berg, '18D, H. . Deming, '19D, M. N.
Clinton, '09D, G. K. Bolendar, '18D, J.
F. Buhner, '18D, Robert Hatcher, '19D,
M. C. Ruen, '07D, H. M. Ballard, '13D,
M. H. Miars, '19D, H. E. French, '15D,
B. D. Langloys, '18D, C. C. Forrester,
'13D, C. A. Gracey, '08D, C. L. Cross,
'15D, and W. McConolough, 115D,. of
Detroit, D. B. Daniels, '19D, and R.1
C. Simmons, '08D, of Cleveland,
Charles Baribeau, '17D, of Grand
Ledge, O. T. Sutherland, '17D, of
Coldwater, M. N. Williams, '18D, of
Royal Oak, J. L. Olsaver, '11D, and B.
E. Champe, '14D, of Plymouth, and M.
D. McCoy, '06D, A. J. Irving, '17D, and
A. J. Katner, '08D, of Ann Arbor,
WOMEN NOTICE - We cean. re-
block, and redye Milan, Hemp, Chip,
Lisers and all kinds of straw hats.
Reblocked into the new shapes they
are as nice as new and save' you a lot
of money. We do only ,high' class-
work. Factory Hat Store, 617 Pack-
ard St. Phone, 1792.-Adv.
Patronize the Daily Advertisers.
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QUARRY DRUG CO.
COR. SO. STATE and UNIVERSITY AVE.
American Lead Pencil Co.
pwtrtc l in
E. C. Edsill
Sugden Drug Company
John A. Tice
Tuttle Lunch Room
CANDY OF THE SOdT
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- For one year, probably LOST- Between Thompson St. and
Furnished rooms or apart- Freeman's a Waterman fountain
itable for housekeeping, by pen. Finder please leave at Daily
couple with child. Posses- office.
once or not. later than July.
Mbst be well heated and mod-
Box K, Daily.
,D- Students who desire to
good money by house to house
saing during Spring and Sum-
racations. Call at Lane Hall,
oyment desk, Wednesday, Mar-
l A. M.to 3P. M.
ENT--A young man would like1
nate in large front room on
foor. 425 ,S. Division. Phone
ENT-Lease on small modern
ment from April 10th. to Sept.
604 East Liberty.St.
ENT-Desirable Suite for .an
'ife or two ladies, near campus.l
LOST-Blue Cameo bar Din with white
image, Saturday night at Armory.
Finder please leave at Secretary's
office, University Hall.
LOST-At Union billiard room, 8 by,
12 black leather note book.aReward
if returned to L. F. Kalb. 420
FOR SALE - A large modern nine
room home, southeast part of city,
lot 76x150 feet; price $14,000. Own-.
er wishes to go abroad. L. C. Carr,
FOR SALE-One or two Trio DeLutece
concert tickets. Main Floor. Call
FOR SALE-Dress suit. Size 38 or 40.
Call Moore, 243-J.
TOUCHED WITH GOLD
A basque blouse with embroidered geor.
gette collar; a skirt double frilled. top and
bottom, With gold thread to give touches
of richness, faintly describes the beauty
of this BETTY WALES frock of navy
"puppy skin" taffeta. Many other stun-
w g odels await your inspectiori here.
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NO OTHER STORE IN THE C'TY
SELLS BETTY WALES DRESSES.
Sizes: Misses, 14 to 20
Women, 34 to 44
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