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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

the Ugper Room the clocks brings the meeting an hour
it will be the last, earlier than heretofore. The meeting
r Vacation. It is begins at 7 o'clock and lasts just an
nce will be large. hour. 444 South State Street.--Adv.
r lesson, there will
Hugo Prucha and-a The Michigan Daily, the only morn-
y Harold Coffmdn,
Ounty Y. M. C. A. Ing paper in Ann Arbor, contains all
of Michigan. Please the latest Campus, City and World
.e recent change of News.-Adv.-

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HOLD' WOMEN'S ANNUAL
LUNCHEON THIS NOON

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POSTION OPEN
FOR
JIUNE GRADUATE

WOMEN
BY

TO HEAR ADDRESSES
PRES. HUTCHINS AND
REGENT MURFIN

PORTED

LISH CAPS
FROM
.TER COLE &cSONS.
LONLON

NNALDSON'S
711 N. University Ave.

"Some of the New Duties of.Women
Under the New Dispensation," will be
discussed by President Harry B.
Hutchins, guest of honor at the an-
nual women's banquet which will be
held in Barbour gymnasium at 12:00
o'clock today.
Regent 3Iurfin to Speak
The Hon. James 0 Murfin, regent
of the University, and Marguerite
Chapin, '20, president of the Wom-
en's league, will also speak. Sue
Verlenden, '20, will act as toastmis-
tress.
Songs will be sung by the Girls' Glee
clubs of the University, and also by
the m~embers of the various classes.
"Several features which are departur-
es from those introduced at former
luncheons are being kept as a surprise
for the senior girls," says Marion
Treadgold, '20, chairman of the lunch-
eon committee.
Caps and Gowns to Reappear
Caps and gowns will again be worn
by the senior girls, -who appeared in
them for the first time at the senior
supper last week. It is expected that
600 women will be present at the func-
tion, which is not for college women
only, but for wives of faculty members,;
chaperons of University houses, and
all woien interested in University af-
fairs.
Following the luncheon a rally will
be held in order that the alumnae and
students may become acquainted and
renew the Michigrn spirit.
6IRL RESERVES TO HAVE
CLUB ROOM AND ROOF GARDEN

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wear alone wil pay for
TON. It removes the.
dirt that cuts the fabric.'
the delicate colorings of
ags and carpets and adds'
Fe. Free demonstration.

Undergraduate and graduate stu-
dents are urged to attend the rally to
be held immediately following the Wo-
men's annual luncheon next. Satur-
day.
Girls who have earned chevrons for
athletic arm bands are Asked to leave
the bands in the physical director's
office before next Wednesday in or-
der that the chevrons may be placed
on them .
Stylus will meet at 7:45 o'clock
Tuesday e ening, April 6, at the Gam-
ma Phi Beta house. Prof.'F. N. Scott
of the rhetoric department will. ad-
dress the meeting.
Senior girls must bring to annual
luncheon the mimeographed copy of
the senior songs which they received
at the senior supp'.
WOMEN'S LUNCHEON NOTICES
TO FRESHMAN GIRLS DELAYEID
Delay in the mails has caused many
freshman girls who signed up to serve
at the Women's annual luncheon, to
be uncertain as to when they should'
present themselves at the gymna-
sium and also as to just what is ex-
pected of them. A postal notice con-
taining all of this information was
mailed to each of them on 'f hursday
but none were delivered by 6 o'clock
yesterday evening.
"Each girl Who will serve should
have a ticket," states Mary Ives, '23,
"and those who have not yet secur-
ed theirs should notify Sue Verlenden,
'20, at once. The girls are expected
to be at the gymnasium at 11 o'clock.
Dean Jordan has said that she will
excuse all who have 11 o'clock class-
es and wish to serve."
The Daily's specialty is service to
everone.-Adv.
y:O1CU will now find
on display a.
very exclusive an d
up-to-date showing of
SPRING MILLINERY
At the Parlors of
Stevens & Pershing
618 Packard St.
We also carry a fine line of
Hair Goods.
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Lunches
Nunnally's '
Candy

OPPORTLN ITY 572, Care Mlichigan Daily.

EASTER BALL
Given by Herbert J. McKune -Post No. 31
American Legion, at
THE WELFARE BUILDING
CHELSEA
EASTER MONDAY, APRIL 5TH
DANCING FROM 8:30 TO 1 :00
Music by
PHIL DIAMOND'S ORCHHESTRA
Last car East leaves at 11:50 P. M.
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A rapidly growing, substantial, Michigan mail-order house offers
the opportunity to some young man to enter the business in June
and learn it from the ground up, with the idea of becoming Assistant
Manager and being taken into the firm later. Must be willing to
start at a moderate salary and work hard. Give home address and
full particulars regarding actual business experience. Address

ASHTENAW ELECTRIC S HO
THE SHOP OF QUALITY
io 273 . 200 E. Washington S
OUR IDEA OF A
KODAK PICTURE
e have always had the idea that every Kodak User wantsI
>ssible results. So instead of rushing films and prints throe
reloping and printing processes, we take the required timea
do the work right and we find our customers are in favor
an.
you have never had LYNDON AND CO. do your Amateur F
you will be most agreeably surprised by bringing your n
r service is 24 hours from 3 p. m. each day.
LYNDON & COMPANY
719 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVE.
TABLISHED 1905 AT THE SIGN OF THE KODAK

A club room. with roof garden :d-
joining is being built at the Y. W. C.
A. for the use of the Girls' Reserve
t. clubs. There are now sixteen clubs,
all of which are led by University
girls, and the present rooms do not
fufill their needs.
Gray and rose will be used in the
color scheme throughout, and much of
the wor ,;of decoration, such as the
painting of furniture and the making
the of cushions, will be done by the girls
ugh themselves.
and The $800 which was given for the
of room by the King's Daughters society,
of the Congregational church has been
Pin- exhausted, but more money will be
et raised in June: when a pageant will
be given by the girls.
TEN STUDENTS FINED FOR
DRIViING WITHIOUiT LICENSE
To date 10 students have been fined
for driving cars without a license.

Easter

Eggs

for Everybody-

particularly the Children
T HE purest, most delicious

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Cloclate-coated, cream-
filled dainties ever offered.
Packed in almost life-like Bun-
ny Boxes, and just loaded down

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This is in compliance with the city
safety first campaign being carried on
by the police.' Cars are stopped daily
and licenses demanded, and litera-
ture concerning the city ordinances
is distributed.

COMING I

The Eggs
with the
wonderful
centres

M a ynard St.

Also complete line of Liggett's,
Huyler's, Fenway and Guth
Chocolates-SOC to $2.0. We
pack to mail free of charge.

Single room, Physician,
first. North of campus.
rance of fifteen months ten-
iterne, care of Daily.
Student desires single
vicintly of Hill and Wash-:
ves. Phone, i'iddleditch,
-Waiter without 8 o'clocks.
J after 8 P. M.
-Student desires roommate.,
.3'
-J-Hop ticket. Call 319.
)ST AND FOUND
ck leather covered notebook'
I floor corridor Chemistry
Finder please return to 1122
w or leave in . room 230
building. Stuart J. Colvin.
ck leather pocket note-book,
notes an(! Union member-
. Name on inside cover.
Call 2691-W.
Fridly evening near Hill
. hand bag. Call 831-M.

F01bRENT
FOR RENT-Large front room for one
or two students. Block from cam-
pus. Address Box T. W., care of
Daily.

REAL Camping in the REAl Woods
Hunting, Fishing and Canoe Trips
with Indian Guides in the Won-
derful Timagami Country

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THE GREATEST ADVERTISING FEATURE. COMING?
Our Annual One-Cent Sale-April 21st to 24th
EDSILL'S REXALL DRUG STORE

Rexall Remedies

208 S. MAIN ST.

Rexall Remedies

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FOR RENT-Single front room'
first- floor. 924 E. Ann St.

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CALL 652-M AFTER 7:30 P. M.

HELP WANTED-FEMALE
STUDENT to take care of one small
child mornings or afternoons. Mrs.
E. R. Turner, 1137 Fair Oakes Park-
way.
COOK WANTED-Cook for fraternity
house, good salary, 'plenty' of help.
Phone 394 or call at 300 N. Ingalls.
HELP WANTED
WANTED-Students wishing to make
some extra money may do.so by
acting as pin setter at Michigan Un-
on Bowling Alleys. 'Apply at Man-
acting as pin setter at Michigan Un-
ionBowling Alleys. Apply at Men-
aiger's office.
14CICELLANEOUS
ALMA NORSWORTHY - Mackinnon
(Gold Medalist) Humorous and
Dramatic Reader, Teacher of Elocu-
tionn and Expression, is now open to
receive pupils and concert engage-
ments. 343 2-2 S. lMain St.

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AD__ RToST

Trubey's

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Dinners. 4unches Confectionery
Ice Cream, Delicious Sodas
We Make our own Ice Cream
Orders solicited from Fraternities and
Sororities. 218 S Main Phone 166

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JUST ARRIVED
COLLAR ATTACHED

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! PICTURE FRAMING WINDOW SHADES
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FrStudent Headquarters
For everything in "Brighten Up" finishes, best assort-
ment of swing frames, Hand-made picture frames and -
window shades at lowest prices.

SHIRTS
IN PUSSYWILLOW, SHANTON
AND

JERSEY SILKS
$8.00 to $12.00

[eces of beautiful
e.. Burl walnut
room set, side-
>ookcase and odd
seen at Elsifer's
,e Worcester, Al-

PAINTS L. E. WENZEL

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LL THE fellow who so kindly re-
eved me of my books at the depot
st Friday afternoon please call me

PAINTING & DECORATING
Phone 84 - 207 E. Liberty St.

LVTZ CLOTH!STR E
210 ,SOUTH MAIN STUN

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