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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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louses Close for Vacation houses, six will be' open, three of
Newberry residence is the which will serve meals. No special
of the University dormitories provision has been made for those
11 be open during the spring girls who will remain in Ann Arbor
this year. Of the sorority during the vacation.

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Just the thing, too, to express
vigorous class patriotism. Get
YOUR class to adopt them. Be'
the first to put over this new
vogue in college headwear.
Beret Tams can be ordered in
any one of the following colors
through your local college
dealer-

COLORS:,
Cardinalf
Golf Red
Navy Blue
Copenhagen Blue
Tan
Receda Green
Hunter Green
Myrtle Green
White
Purple
Sand
Brown

IFY OUR REGULAR DEALER CANNOT
SUPPLY YoU WRITE DIRECT TO
HIRSCHBERG & COMPANY
339 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK

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J. L. CHAPMAN NORTHWESTERN -
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AND OPTOMETRIST Largest in the West - Free
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BABSON INSTITUTE
For Training Men to Become
BUSINESS EXECUTIVES
Under the direction of the Babson Statistical Organization.
Intensive one or two year resident training for young men who by
inheritance, ability or other circumstances are to occupy positions of.
authority, responsibility and trust.
Our men learn by doing while they are studying-small classes on
the conference and laboratory basis.
Practical Economics and the handling of Commodities.
Financial Management and the care of ?Property.,
Business Psychology and the influencing of Men.
Personal Efficiency and the control of one's self.
Courses include manufacturing, financing, banking, mercnandis-
ing, domestic and foreign trade, investments, accountancy, business
management, labor problems, written and oral expression, individual
efficiency, and specialized research work.
The School Trains for Leadership
Only a limited nuiber accepted.
For catalog of Babson Institute or information on other features
of the Babson Service for business men address
I. LANGDON PRATT, Secretary

TOOITS EVENTS CLOSE
FRESH-SOPK CONTEST
CONTESTANTS NAMED FOR FIN-
AL APPARATUS COMPETI-
TION
Six events will be given in the fresh-
man-sophomore apparatus work con-
test to be held at 4 o'clock today in
Barbour gymnasium. This will com-
plete the contest started at the dem-
onstration held last week. Freshmen
and sophomores who have succeeded in
examinations held this week have been
chosen to take part in the various
events and upperclassmen may enter
for personal honors. A relay race, in
which any of the girls chosen may
enter, will be held after the other
events.
Name vaulters
Freshmen who will participate in the
oblique vault contest are: Elsie Ois-
sen, Mariam Schlotterbeck, Grace Fry,
Grace Doughty, Marion Koch, Marion
Brown, Helen Sturgis, and Marion
Kerr.
Freshmen who will enter the swing
jump contest are: Elsie Oissen, Grace
Doughty, Miriam Schlotterbeck, Grace
Fry, Catherine Mullen, Margaret Fair-
banks, Marie Heyer, Lucia Boynton,
Marian Koch, Marion Kerr, Helen
Sturgis, Lucy Huber, and Ruth Scheid-
ler.
Freshmen in the rope ladder contest
are: Marion Koch, Marion Kerr, Gret-
ta Adams, Helen Sturgis, and Janet
Menges.
Freshmen who will have a place in
the window ladder contest are: Grace
Fry, Ruth Weldron, Merry Wagner
Dorothy Brown, Marion Koch, Gretta
Adams, Veo Foster, Marion Brown,
Lucy Huber, Mana Kilpatrick.
Freshmen in the hand traveling con-
test are: Dorothy Brown, Grace Fry.
Ruth Arie, Marion Koen, Gretta Adams
Marion Brown, Lucy Huber, Mana KH-
patrick.
Freshmen in the fence vault contest
are: Gretta Adams, Marion Brown,
Virginia Cinnable, Grace Fry, Marion
Kerr, Marion Koch, and Elsie Oissen.
Name Soph Contestants
Sophomore window ladder contest-
ants are: Almena Barlow, Horatia
Corbin, Edith Jensen, Marie McCor-
mick,Florence Thompson, and Helen
Wong.
Sophomore hand travelling contest-
ants:Horatia Corbin, Dorothea Gos-
pill, Maud Johnston, Marguerite Walk.
er, Sara Waller, and-Helen Wong.
Sophomores who will take part in
the fence vault are: Marcena Bassett,
Leota Clark, Zelma Meuller, Ruth
Mills, Doris Sprague, and Helen Wong.
Sophomores who will take part in
the swing jump contest are: Leota
Clark, Harriet Gustin, Camilla Hayden,
Henrietta. Lutz, Zelma Meuller, Ruth
Mills, Thekla Roese, Doris Sprague,
Florence Thompson, Frances Weimer,
Thekla Wermuth, and Helen Wong.
Sophomores who will take part in
the rope ladder contest are: Leota
Clark, Camilla Hayden, Ruth Mills,
Thekla Roese, Zelma Meuller, Dorothy
Southgate, F;ances Weimer, and Thek-
la Wermuth.
Sophomores who will take part in
the somersault contest are: Horatia
Corbin, Margaret Gamble, Florence
Thompson, Marguerite Walker, Sara
Waller, and Helen Wong.
Campus News
Harold E. Wheeler, '15E, was re-
cently married to Miss Carolyn Clancy
of Chicago.

Margaret Van Sickle, ex-'21, of De-
troit, was the guest of friends in Ann
Arbor over the week end.
Ruth Ely, '19, visited friends in the
city Sunday.
William B. Thom, '15, of New York
City, former editor of the Michigan-
ensian was a guest in Ann Arbor over
the week end.
Helen Robeson, '16, of Detroit, has
been spending the last few days in
the city.
TO CAMPAIGN FOR TEACHERS
DURING WEEKi OF APRIL 11
Due to the shortage of teachers the
week of April 11 will be devoted to the
enlisting of interest in the teaching
profession according to a proclama-
tion issued by Gov. .Albert E.
Sleeper.
"An educational campaign, with a
special effort to enlist the interest and
sympathy of the best of our young
people in the cause of education seems
to me to be a most valuable remedy
to the present need," stated Governor
Sleeper as an explanation of his procs-
lamation.
Read the Daily advertisements. They
will lead you to the best of Ann Ar-
bor's stores.--Adv.

Tans Tall For
Women Athletes
"Play Ball?"
"Say, get 'em up a little, won't
you?"
No, it isn't the Indian Braves league
from the sixth grade warming up for
a game with the Pirate Band from the
fifth. It is most any .sorority or dor-
mitory talent on an early spring try-
out. The intersorority games will take
place after spring vacation and all the
nice weather is being utilized for
practice.
They use any bit of lawn near the
house, or even the street, if the vigi-
lance of police officials is thought to
be lax in the district, for a diamond.
You'd be surprised how many errands
certain folks we might mention hap-
pen to find to take them along that
way. The sidewalks must b; wretch-
ed, too, for some large obsthcle us-
ually rises up to trip them ,ast when
they get most interested.
There is an enclosed field across
from the Chemistry building where
spring practice is taken by teams who
have no home lot. Chemistry teachers
report an unusual alacrity among
those students whose laboratory work
is done on the third floor. They smile
sweetly when asked to make up back
work, but the work doesn't get done
extra fast. Well, the Michigan man
was ever an enthusiast for outdoor
sports.
Women who have followed the sport
actively for a year or two get quite
proficient at the game, but beginners

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Chemical Honor Society Admits Seven Youngs, '21, Dorothy Samuelson, '20.
Iota Sigma Pi, national honorary and Elizabeth Roberts, '21.
chemical sorority, initiated the follow-
ing women at the recent Spring ini- The Michigan Daily, the only morn-
tiation: Lavinia Mac Bride, grad., ing paper in Ann Arbor, contains all
Jane Dickinson, '20, Marian Aimes, the latest Campus, City and World
'20, Esther Pafenbach, '21, Louisa News.-Adv.

Full dress does not connote stiffness.
Neither does correctness of detail mean
discomfort in evening attire.
Waistcoats of imported Pique or Silk-
$8.00 to $1:1.00.
Shirts of fine Pique-$3.50.
,jewelry, Studs, Links and Chains.
Gloves, Silk or Kid--$1 .50 to $3.00.

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One young hopeful

BABSON INSTITUTE

can pitch and bat in professional
'style, but simply cannot remember to
drop the bat when she starts to run.
Despite the many trials in a ball play-
er's life, the tryouts are expected to
bring out good material and spring
training will tend to make this mate-
rial ready for some big games during
the season.
Dean Myra B. Jordan and Mrs. J. R.
Effinger wish to announce that their
afternoons at home to University wom-
en ended with the month of March.
Girls' Mandolin club will not meet
for practice on Wednesday night. t
All wo have not taken apparatus
examination must do so at the regular
class hour on Thyrsday or Friday.
There will be a rehearsal of Act I
of "The New Lady 'Bantock at 3
o'clock today in Barbour gymnasium.
Act II will rehearse at 4 o'clock. At
5 o'clock the following members of
the cast will meet with the costume
committee: Henry, Kemp, Ohlmacher,
Boggs, Finette Martin, Loomis, Roden,
Lindemulder, Oberholtzer, and Marie.
TWO FEET OF SNOWFALL IN
STATE ON EASTER OF 1886
There were two feet of snow on Eas-
ter Sunday in 1886. This snowfall-was
the greatest in the history of the state
for that time of the year. Traffic was
held up for several days and most of
the University classes were suspended.
The next April snow was in '1903
and more than five inches of snow fell.
Again in 1918 there was some snow
on the 10th and 11th of April.
Adelphi House Discusses Irish Question
Adelphi House of Representatives
debated last night on the subject,
Resolved, "That Ireland should be
granted independence at once." The
affirmative was taken by Louis Gott-
lieb, '22, and the negative upheld by
M. H. Steinburg, '23. Minor business
matters were discussed.
Scalp and Blade Banquet in Buffalo
Scalp and Blade, a club composed of
students from Buffalo,,N. Y., is plan-
ning a banquet for 20 high school
men, for the purpose of interesting
them in the University, on April 16 at
Buffalo. They will be addressed by.
"Tommie" Hughitt, 115E, former foot-
ball and baseball player.
UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE
GRADUATES
Large well known brokerage com-
pany selling food staples in volume
to wholesale trade will consider em-
ployment of several graduates inter-
ested in entering business life and as-
sociating themselves premanently with
reliable concern offering exceptional
opportunities for growth and advance-
ment. Must be clean cut, high grade,
active minded type. Highest refer-
ences required. Applications not fully
stating business experience, if any,
also eucation, age, home address, and
when services available, will not be
considered. Address in own handwrit-
ing, Box M. X., Mich. Daily.-Adv.

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FINE FURNISHINGS

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Silk Hose-$1.00 to $2.75.

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RALPH B. WILSON
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LOST
'LOST-A leather note book represent-
ing all semester's work. Liberal
reward to the one who returns it
to D. J. Gilchrist, 338 S. 4th Ave.
Phone 1861-W.
LOST- Slide rule. Name Floyd R.'
Beutel printed on case. Finder please
- return to 818 Oakland Ave. or call!
2276.
LOST-Note book containing French
notes, with stiff mottled cover.
Finder please phone 954-J.
LOST - Brindle Boston Bull. Call'
243-J. Reward.
LOST - Large Cameo pin. Finder
please call 1870-J.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Fraternity House, Oak-
land Ave. Easy terms. Call Albert
Lockwood, 2191 or 137 to make ap-

LOST
LOST-Somewhere between S. Univer-
sity and Main St., a brooch with
moonstone set. A reward if finder
will return to 708 Church St., or
phone 1145-y.
LOST-Cream colored silk scarf with
blue stripes. Had owner's name on.
Please return to Helen Middle-
swart, Newberry Residence.-
LOST - Small white purse Sunday;
evening. Finder please call 2668-W.
LOST-Sigma Delta Chi pin. Please
return to Box A. A., Daily.
HAWATliI
WANTED-Small furnished house or
apartment for one year, from July
1920, to June 1921, by married
couple. Box S. S., Daily.
WANTED-A student wants room-
mate at 425 S. Division St. Call
1565-J.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT - Large alcove room.
Steam a heat. Three blocks from
campus. $7.00. 517 S. Division.
2726-M.

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