I1ummers will present "TI
er Hat" at the Women's leig
to be given at 4,o'clock Frid
noon in Barbour gymnasium.
Mortarboard will meet
o'clock tonight at the Alpha
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TO LEAVE FRIDAY--
ris' play scores are on sale
and Graham's bookstores.
have'ordered copies are re-
call for them there Im-I
the usual custom, the sen-
ear their caps and gowns
en's anneal luncheon Sat-
>r the women's annual
11 be on sale in University'
the, office of the dean of
y. No sale will be held
_Ilichigan Aluwnat Weds Colorado Man
Word has been received here re-
cently of the t marriage of Marion
Klingler, '18, to Mr. Harlow Platts,
graduate of the University of Color-
ado. While in the University, Miss
Klinglisr was a member of Kappa
Kappa Gamma and Phi Beta Kappa.
Mr. and Mrs. Platts are making thei
home in Boulder, Colo., where Mr.
Platts is the treasurer of the West-
ern States Cutlery company.
P F V 7 S S
It BEA TS.
. as itvSeep
as it Cleans
Miss Grace Greenwood, social di-
rector of Martha Cook building, will
leave Ann Arbor Friday for Kentucky
where she will visit friends until the
latter part of April. She will sail on
the Imperator April 28, for South
Hampden going from there to Paris
where sheexpects to spend the month
In June Miss Greenwood expects to!
go to England were she will meet
friends and spend the rest of the sum-
mer travelling through the rural dis-
tricts of England, Scotland, and Wales.'
She will return to the United States
on the Maurentania, August 25.
SALE ENDS TODAY
This is the last day of the ticket
sale in University hall and the office
of the dean of women for the Wom-
en's Annual luncheon, which takes
place at 12:30 o'clock Saturday, in
Barbour gymnasium. The sale closes
in order that the~ number of reserva-
tions needed may be turned' in to the
Owing to the widespread interest in
the proposed women's building, the
ic for discussion at the luncheon, a
large attendance of students, alumnae,
and friends of the project is expected.
The Girls' Glee club will furnish mu-
sic, which will afford an additional
feature to the speaking program.
Senior Society Tea Attended by 00
Approximately 6O women attended
the tea dance yesterday afternoon at
Helen Newberry residence. This was
the second of a series of parties which
are being given by Senior society for
the women of University hbuses. Car-
rie Smith, '21, Josephine McGuineas,
'21, and Irene Rosenberg, '21, were in
charge of the committees for the aft-
ernoon. Rene Bailey, '21, presided at
the tea table. Another tea will be
held at ,etsy. Barbour house next
Wednesday afternoon for a different1
group of girls.
Miss Mary F. Minnis, Chiropodist,
formerly with Mack and Co., will be
at the Saunder's Hair Shop, Tuesday
of every week. Phone 2673-M for ap-
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NO CONNECTION WITH ANY OTHER STQ,,iE
For Late SpInqand
Summer N ear
Suits that, in every detail, measure up to the high
B. Siegpl Co. standard. They are notable for their in-
imitable styling and for the fine points of tailoring that
distinguish the mastermade garment.
Some styles choose a daring simplicity, achieving their
distinction from their beauty of line. Others with silk
embroidery or cable stitching, present strikingly be-
coming innovations. Plenty of navy blue Tricotine;
also Picotine and twill cord weaves.
THE HOOVER lo ose ns
every particle of destructive
embedded grit by gently
beating rugs or other floor
coverings on a cushion of air.
It sweeps up lint and stub-
born litter with its revolving
'brush. It carries off surface
dirt by suction. We will be
glad to demonstrate the
Hoover, either on your own
rugs or here in our store.
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The Store That Shows the
New Things First
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What's in a Name?
ever try TUTTLE'S
when you wanted a
Conveniently located just one-
half block south of the "Maj"
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er. whpther the account be large
The ADO Arbor Savings Bank
Cap tol and Surplus, $625~,000.00
707 North University Ave.
Northwest Cor; Main & Huron
and Box Candies
I7iscont on Box Candies
218 S. MAINi4 STREET
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ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.
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erson who exchanged blue
ird floor of U-Hall will re-
e same to 1617 Washtenaw,
her coat with bunch of keys
given in exchange. 125-2
WAN' ED-To trade Saxophone-Conn
Baritone in good condition-for a
12-guage Relington automatic
shotgun or an Evinrude Motor. Kief.
730 Oakland. 125-2
Silver mesh bag. Engraved
V. L. H. and 1915. Containing
and Maj. ticket. In front of
of Music. Call 918-J. 126-2
etween N. Ingalls and 12t1
Phi Sigma Kappa pin with
Gridley on back. Finder
call 909._Reward. 126-3
L. S. A. Sorority pin. Name
k. Between Lane Hll and
s, or on campus. Phone 898-J.
- A plain gold Elgin wrist
by Josephine Barton, 1008
. Phone 1508-J. Reward.
[ill person who found brown
carf in Economics Bldg.,
y morning, please phone 163
Monday afternoon, gold bar'
with amethyst, on or near
. Reward. Call 1545-J. 126
Tuesday; black glove with!
in wrist, on or near campus.
one, 1505. 126i
:NT -- Very pleasant suite,
n three sidesa and t porch.
ocks from campus, 815 Eastj
ent of two large rooms near
and downtown. 203 S. Thay-E
NT- Large room, for two
or husband and wife, third
127 E. University. 126-3
WANTED-Pleasant room on south or
east side of campus, by college grad-
uate. Private family preferred.
Phone 1328 between 8-9, 5-6. 126
WANTED-Second hand canoe in good
condition.,Big one preferred. Write
T. F; W.. 510 Cheever St. 126-3
WANTED- A Revolving Back Auto
Graflex, camera in good condition,
will pay cash. Call 1168. 125-2
WANTED - Single room in private
family. Not necessarily near cam-
pus. Call 524-J. 126
FOR SALE-Nearly new Corona type-
writer. $25. See Broome, 915 Oak-
land Ave. Phone 558. 125-2
FOR SALE-Four tickets for Union
Opera, Sat. Matinee. Good seats
Call at 540 Packard. 125-3
FOR SALE-Four tickets to Union op-
era, fourth row, Saturday matinee.
Call 236 Kingsley. 126-2
FOR SALE-A pedigreed brindle Eng-
lish bull dog. Car and house brok-
ell. 626 Spring 5. 126.2
FOR SALE-Four downstairs, center,"
Saturday mat. Opera tickets. Phone
THE DETROIT Society of Arts and
Crafts will have an exThibition and
sale at Helen Newberry Residence
on Thursday afternoon, March 31
of dyed and batik textiles (scarfs
and blouses and embroideries.) The
collection will be representative of
the best work of craftsmen in this
country. The public is cordially in-
Tickets on Sale
e front d
Students 75c: Alumnae $1