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Brief Cazes, Music Folios
Studenit Cases

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WOMEN TO HOLD ELEGIION
OF OFFICERS__TOMORROW

LIFTON MFG. CO., New York

Campus News.
Dress rehearsals of the entire casti
and chorus of the Junior Girls' play
will be held at 7 o'clock on Wednes-
day and Thursday nights in Sarah

resorts are asked to apply at the of-
fic of the dean of women.
Junior gi is will be entertained at
Newberry residence Friday, April 30.
Wyvern will act as hostess at the tea.
There will be tea and dancing.

The annual women's elections
be held in University hall from. 8
o'clock on Thursday, April 22.
nominees for the various offices
low:

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An Oxford With Some
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Plump, heavy, single sole and low heel.
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Price $12.00
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Women's league nominees are:
President, Marguerite Clark, '21; Mar-
cella Moon, '21; vice-president, Gladys
Reineke, '21, Aletha Yerkes, '21; re-
cording secretary, Agnes Holmquist,
'22, Amy Loomis, '22; ,corresponding
secretary, Mildred Harris, '21, Jose-
phine McGinnis, '21; treasurer; Nor-
ma Judson, '21, Ruth Mills, '21; se-
nior director, Helen Master, '21, Elean-
or Stephenson, '21; junior director
(two to be elected), Florence Free-
man, '22, Harriet Gustin, '22, Carol
McDonald, '22, Elinor Neil, '22; sopho-
more director, Gladys Catherwood,
'23, Mary Ives, '23.,
Article nine, section four of the con-
stitution of the Women's league
states: Not later than one week be-
fore the date set for the annual elec-
tion, nominations for directors and of-
ficers may be made by petitions sign-
ed by 20 active members of the Wom-
en's leagueand presented to the re-
cording secretary or the president.
Women's Athletic association nom-
inees are: President, Eleanor Stephen-
son, '21, Phyllis Wiley, '21; vice-pres-
ident,'Alice Hinkson, '21, Helen Koch,
'21; secretary, Doris Gracey, '21,
Frances Weimer, '22; treasurer, Helen
Bishop, '22, Teckia Roese, '22; senior
representative, Narcina Bassett, '21,
Quinneth Summer, '21; junior repre-
sentatives, Carol McDonald, '22, Elsie
Townsend, '22; sophomore represent-
atives, Grace Fry, '23, Marion Koch,
'23.
Y. W. C. A. nominees are as follows:
President, Lois DeVries, '21, Beatrice
Beckwith, '21 vice-president, Mary
D. Lane, 21, Freda Stuart, '21; sece-
tary, Laura Snyder, '22, Margaret
Spaulding, '22; treasurer, Helen Koch,
'21, Kathryn Larkin, '22.
TENNIS AND BASEBALL LEAD
AGAIN IN WOMEN'S SPORTS
Volley ball has been added to the
list of out-door sports available for
women. Other sports are tennis and
baseball, and of the less strenuous va-
riety archery and quoits.
Tennis, as usual, has attrdcted the
greatest number, but with the inter-
house baseball tournament scheduled
for this year, baseball will probably
claim the greatest number of indi-
vidual participants. This is to be an
inter-house tournament and all dor-
mitories, league houses and bororites
are eligible for admission.
Those houses that have already or-
ganized are asked by the manager of
the tournament to sign up their teams
at Barbour gymnasium. Others are
asked to organize their teams at once
and begin practice as soon as weather
conditions permit.
Dean Inspects University Houses
Dean Myra B. Jordan and her set
rtary, Anna Lloyd, '18, visited 50 Uni-
versity houses during vacation for the
purpose of standardizing as far as pos-
sible the student living conditions, and
to bring the houses into closer rela-
tions with the University.
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 education, age, home address, and
when services available, will not be
considered. Address in own handwrit-
ing, Box M. X., Mich. Daily.-Adv.

The Michigan Daily, the only morn-
ing paper in Ann Arbor, contains all
the latest Campus, City and World
News.-Ady.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

Caswell Angell hall. These will be
the only rehearsals given before the DETROIT GIRLS ENTERTAIN
play is taken to Detroit.
U. OF.MI. JAPANESE STUDENTS
Rehearsals for "The New Lady Ban-
tock" will be held today in Barbour Junior college girls in Detroit in-
gymnasium As follows: Vernon, Fan- vited Dean Myra B. Jordan to bring
ny, and Bennet, acts III and "IV at 3 in to the city all of the Japanese wom-
and 7 o'clock,. The remainder of the en students to a lurkcheon which was
cast for aots III and IV, with the ex- given at the Central high school on
ception of the actress friends, will re-April 16. After the luncheon the
hearse at 4 and 7:30 o'clock. guests were dtiven around to see De-
troit. Later in the afternoon they were
University women who would like entertained at tea by Michigan women
to go north to wait table at summer at the College club.
REAL Camping in the REAL Woods
Hunting, Fishing and Canoe Trips
with Indian Guides in the Won-
derful Timagami Country
CALL 652-M AFT1R 7:30 P. M.

~oet ty 1*anea
FOR YOUNG MEN AND MEN
WHO STAY YOUNG

Sprin
Dance Festival
given by pupils
of
Miss
Jeanette Kruszka
at the
Whitney Theatre
SATURDAY, APR. 24
AT
7:30 P. M.

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Tickets on
516 East

sale -at Studio-
William Street

The probleia of yesterday was Distribution. That of today is
Production. Production will continue to be the problem of tomor-
row. And fundamental to its solution is the Business of Industrial
Building.
As condcted by Aberthaw, this Business has been plaeed on the
same c'areful, scientific basis of organization, of estimating, planning,
.and cost accounting that obtains in the most modern of the industries
themselves.,
The fact enables Aberthaw to offer to its clients such highly per-
fected facilities for construction as ensure the prompt, intelligent, and
workmanlike fulfilment of any undertaking, however large.
it likewise renders . the Aberthaw organization an invaluable
training-ground for the ambitious young engineer capable of welding
a great variety of technical and human experience into a crow-bar
with whi .1 to pry open the Door of Opportunity.
ABERTHAW CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
CONTRACTING ENGINEERS.

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may be pleasing, but converting
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better style, fit and finish, is craftsmanship
above the ordinary and identifies Society Brand.
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FOR SALE

- Purple silk umbrella with FOR SALE - At a sacrifice, Banjo
ivory tips. Reward. Call Mandolin, including case and para-
phernalia. Used for a short time.
Vill person taking dark grey -eldma%. Phone 1447.

*d back Englih raincloth coat
2nd floor, Old . Engineering
ling, please call 2006-J.
-From Junior Hop booth, plain
i rug, 8x10. Phone Zeta Psi
e, 120. Ten dollars reward.
-Before vacation, pair of nose
s. Reward for return. Call
l Grundy, 558..
FOR RENT
NTYI-Large front room down
half block from campus. Call
. B4sin'ess people or stu-

FOR SALE--One C Melody- two B flat
soprano Buescher Saxaphones. Call
Jack Gardner, 33.
WA NVrEl
WANTED-A young man wants room-
mate, 425 S. Division St. A very
desirable room on first floor.
WANTED-To lease fraternity house
suitable for twenty. Address H. R.,
care Daily.
WANTED-Single room wanted by de-
sirable student. Box X, Care Daily.

Q A. D.*C.

7ISEELLANEOUS
BOARD and Room at 514 E. Jefferson
St.
PERSONS who walked out of Quant
Tung Lo, 613 East Liberty, without
paying are known. Return and pay
bill or will report it ,to the Univer-
sity.

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