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'is of Alice Freeman Palmer
entertained more than 75
an informal tea on Wednes-
'noon. The team was in
Mrs. M. F. Waler, of Phil-
Pa., who is visiting her
Sara Wailer, '22. Receiving

director, were Helen Wood,-'22, and
Mrs. L. Newman, of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Eppie Walter, '21, Marian Davis, '21,
and i4arian Oliver, '21, presided at
the tea table.
S .3 ethe advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers.--Adv.

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Junior Girls' play scores are on sale
at Wahr's and Graham's bookstores.
Those who have ordered copies are re-
quested to call for them there im-
mediately.
Following the usual custom, the sen-
iors will wear their caps and gowns
at the Women's atnual..luncheon Sat-
urday at Barbour gymnasium.
Girls of Helen Newberry residence
will entertain A group of faculty mem-
bers and their wives at a tea from 4
to 6 o'clock Sunday afternoon.
Freshmen who are to serve at the
women's annual luncheon Saturday
will please get their tickets at 3
o'clock this afternoon at the office
of the dean of women.
Girls trying out for the indoor meet;
should take their apparatus examina-
tions on Monday and Tuesday, April
4 and 5.

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Not high, but-hghly comfortable.

Collars
8c Shirts

Pledges for the Doctor
campaign are due today and
able at Newberry hall.

Sargent
are pay-

HOUSES OPEN FOR
SUMMER STUDENTS
Women students at the summer
school may be accommodated in dorm-
itories and other campus houses this
year.
Helen Newberry residence, with
Miss Helen Bishol,-social director, and
Betsy Barbour house, with Miss Elan-
or Sheldon, social director, are the two
larger buildings. Alumnae house,
Mary Griswold, '21, social director:
Kent house, Miss Martha Hills, direct-
or, and Hall house, Mrs. H. B. Cake,
director, aswell as a limited number
of University houses, will be open as
well. Several sorority houses, whose
chaperones remain for the summer,
will accommodate members remain-
ing for the Summer sesion.
Adelia Cheever house, the new co-
operative rhouse, on Madison street;
latel ypresented to the University,
will be thoroughly repaired and re-
modeled this summer, and will be
opened inthe fail. Helen Newberry
residence will also have some im-
provements made.
Ann Arbor Man Disappears
Michael Schaeble, 66, of 221 W.
Washington street, disappeared Mon-
BUY THAT
SUIT"
AT KrYT-ER'ST
SSAI LI NGS
To and from
EUROPE
Announced for Spring and
Summer Monthe
Reservationsnow being made.
'BOOK, NOW. Lim~ited space. Sail-
ings and literature sent on request
Detroit Travel Bureau
524 Orlew o f., Detroit
Opposite U. S. mIration Omfios
* HARVARD UNIVER9ITY
DENTAL 'SCHOOL
There is unlimited demand for skilled dent.
ists and specialists in dentistry. This school
offers a most thorough and efficient training
in this interesting profession. For those who
wish to specialize there are courses in an
Surgery, Orthodontia (straightening of teetm,
and other branches. Instruction by leading
Llentists of Boston and vicinity. j p-to-date
equipment, with unusual opportunities for prac-
tical ' ork. A college certificate indicating
ne ygar's " 'orkIn college English, Biology,
Chemistry, as ,'ell as high school or college
:Physics, required for admission.' Write for
:particulars.
EUGENE H. SMITH, D. M. D., Dean
Boston, Mass.

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day, March 14, leaving several small parry. The police are di
children. He was employed for many Huron river in hopes of
years at the Motor Products com- body.

I xacv.lyas presenlec
8 Mon~hs in Newyor"i

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'M 3M ,ZI.14l IACh $w$,r$
FLOOR $3.00, BALCONY $1.50, $2,00. $2150'

SEATS NOW SELLING

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A JOYOUS MUSICAL DEL IGIST
i. tn2 Acts-IScenesc;or reous Splendor
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lvanaeme4nI- oV1G. C.\WT N Y
EX Sc~nery,CostW~iGs
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The Turkish p arette

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We go 6000 miles for the
Turkish tobacco
used in Murad-Why?
Because=-Turkish has a taste-Turkish has a
mildness -Turkish has a delight-'-far beyond all
cigarette tobaccos of all other lands-
Murad gives you real enjoyment, and true
delight such as no Tobacco other than 100% Pure
Turkish Tobacco can give.
Facts--Facts-FACTS--!

Social service workers are needed
at the University hospital. Anyone
wishing to do this work may sign up
between 2 and 5 o'clock aw afternoon
at Newberry hall.
Chaperones for this week end will
be: Friday night at the Union, Mrs.
Hf. G. Berger; at the Armory, Miss
Martha Hills, Saturday night at the
Union, Mrs. Mabel E. Cake; at the
Armory, Mrs. Yates Adams.
FRESHMEN VICTORS
OVER JUNIOR TEAM
Freshman and sophomore colors are
still flying in Barbour gymnasium as
a result of the preliminary games in
ba ketball.
With a score of 47 to 26, the fresh-
men came out on top in their game1
with the juniors on Wednesday night.
Although the juniors gave them a hard
battle, the freshman six showed up
with better team work. Sarah Brov-
ermon, '24, was the star of the eve-
ning.
One point in a score of 29 to 28 made
the sophomores the victors by a much
smaller margin in their game with
the seniors. ' The game was at its
height in the last 10 seconds of play
with the ball at the senior basket when
the whistle blew.
The final.championship will be de-
ciued by the freshmen and sopho-
mores. More spectators attended these
games than evrer before and the rival-
ry between the classes was keen.,
FRESHMAN GLEE CLUB MEMBERS
GUESTS AT AfNUAL PARTY
More than 100 girs attended the
party given last -night in Barbour
gymnasium by the University Girls'
Glee club inhonor of the members of
the Freshman Girls' Glee club. Esther
Welty, '23, gave several readings, aft-
er which the girls danced.
It has become the annual custom of
the University Girls' Glee club to give
this party in order to promote the re-
lations between the two clubs.
STUNTS TO REPLACE PLAY
AT WOMEN'S LEAGUE PARTY

Q%'k cais Mnt~Somery

PJUs/e iby /arry Terrae
,, a~%ed. by A/wrn9 Royce

THE GREATEST MUSICAL COMEDY EVER WRITTEN
Now in its 2nd Year at 'the Vanderbilt Theatre, New York City
Now in its 2nd Year at the Empire Theatre, London
Six Montlps each at Chicago, Boston, Melbourne, Australia
Now playing Paris, Sweden, India, South Africa and Austria-Hungary
THERE MUST BE A REASON
PRICES-Lower Floor $3.00; Balcony $2.50, $2.00, $1.50; Gallery $1.00
SEATS NOW SELLING
118 EAST 723 EAST
LIBERTY HURON
s T REE T : TjST REE T
Largest Grocery Business In Ann Arbor
Loweat PrIees in the City

WHITNEY THEATRE, MON., APRIL 4th
THE SHOW YOU HAVE ALL BEEN WAITING FOR
Over Eight Million People Have Witnessed 'and Acclaimed
THE VANDERBILT PRODUCING COMPANY'S
£MAarT
MU$I/q COMEDY

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Tens of thousands of smokers
-tens of thousands of times-
have PROVEN this .

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"'Judge for

Yourself -"

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Gospel Meeting
in
Lane Hall
Friday Evening at 7:45
Subject: John 5:24
"He that heareth my word
and believeth on Him that
sent me, hath everlasting
life."

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MSES
P.M.

LAIF I COLUMN
CLOSES

Plenty of Sugar for Everyb
A Few Special Prices for Compaj
45c M. & J. Coffee (Our Best) 3 lbs.
$1.50 Sk. of Peerless Bread Flour.
$1.40 Sk. Our Beauty Flour, Pastry
90c Best Potatoes, per bushel, only
20c Perfection Best Crackers, only
40c Best Full Cream Cheese.......
3 Lbs. Fancy Head Rice, only.....
4 Lbs. Fancy Hand Picked Beans.

$1.
1

ADVER

LOST AND FOUND
- At the Union on Thursday
ning, a loose-leaf leather note
: belonging to Mr. Vincente Del
trio, 1215 So. University Aye.
.er please inform Mr. Del Ros-
phone 2473-R. 127;
- Silver mesh bag. Engraved
W. L. H-. and 1915. Containing
ey and Maj. ticket. In front of
ol of Music. Call 918-J. 126-2
-Between N. Ingalls and 1201
a Phi Sigma Kappa pin with
e Gridley on back. Finder
se call 909. Reward. 126-3
-- Dark comb set with green
es. Probably in Waterman
, Saturday night. Call 885-W.
ard. 127
-A. S. A. Sorority pin. Name
ack. Between Lane Hall and
.e's, or on campus. Phone 898-J.
126-3
-Will person who found brown
scarf in Economics' Bldg.,
day morning, please phone 16."
125-3
FOR RENT
LENT -- Very pleasant suite.
on three sides and a porch.
blocks from campus, 815 East
ENT- Large room, for two
or husband and wife, tir
427 E. University. 126-3

TISINGM AT 3 P.M.I
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Cheap, a complete set of
Michigan Law books and cases. Nine
golden oak cases-large size, 2 re-
volving cases, large golden oak of-
fice table. These goods are as good
as new. Address, A. E. Richardson,
109 So. Nottowa St., Sturgis, Mich-
igan. 127-2

FOR SALE - Imported French bull
dog, seven months- old; male. Can
be seen evenings from 5 to 6, corner
Huron and Chapin, at Rhode's
Barn. 127
FOR SALE-Two tickets for Union
Opera, Row D, first floor, Friday
night. Call at 233 So. Ingalls or
Phone 1800. x27
FOR SALE-Four tickets for Union
Opera, Sat. Matinee. Good seats.
Call at 540 Packard. 125-3
FOR SALE-A pedigreed brindle Eng-
lish bull dog. Car and house brok-
en. 626 Spring St. 126-2
FOR SALE-Four tickets to Union op-
era, fpurth row, Saturday matinee.
Call 36 Kingsley. 126-2
WANTED
WANTED-First floor suite furnished
or unfurnished within easy walking
distance of campus. Box F. W. P.,
Daily. 127-3
WANTED-Second hand canoe in good
condition. Big one preferred. Write
L. TR. W., 510 Cheever St. 126-3
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Furnished housekeeping
apartment of two large rooms neart
campus and downtown. 203 S. Thay-
er St. 125-3.

Mummers will not present "The
Wonder Hat" at the Women's league
party this afternoon, owing to the ill-'
ness of Theodosia Burton, '23, who
was taking one of the leading roles.,
Other stunts will replace the play, and
the party will take place as origin-
ally planned. The playlet will be
given at the first party after. spring
vacation.
'24 Glee Club to Sign For 'Pins
Freshman Glee club members who
want pins should sign up for them
in room 308 of the Union, between 2
and 4 o'clock this afternoon. Gordon
F. Godley, '22E, sponsor of the club,
will be there with a sample of the of-
ficial pin.
Roth Named on Conservation Board
Prof. Filibert Roth, of the forestry
department, has been appointed by
Governor Groesback to membership on
the new state conservation board,
created by the recently passed con-
servation bill.

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man or woman who is an easy
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lot of good time and money attending
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you get little or no attention.
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GIVES YOU REAL, INDIVIDUAL
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Practice any time you please.
New Diagram Method. Easily un.
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remembered.
The Peak'Instruction courses are
strictly up-to-the-aecond-presenting
the very latest steps of New Yorks
and Chicago's newest dances.,
Sixty ThousandSuccessful
Students ,
prove the success, simplicity and the-
oughness ofthe Peak System of Dance
Instruction.
Write today for free information and
Interesting booklet of dance facts-"
also special low tuition offer. No obi
ligation. WRITE AT ONCE.
WX. CHANDLER PEAK, Presideat
- The Pak 47 elBof actas,,be.
Room 328, 4737 Broadway, Chicago, Ill.

Why Pay -Others MLeh More
For Groceries?
Big Reductions On All
Canned Fruits
Less Than Jobbers Prices Today
SPECIAL ON FRESH EGGS
27c Fresh Eggs (No Limit) only 24c
BRING IN THIS COUPON - IT IS
WORTH TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
to you in buying eggs by the case.
Also this value of Coupon applies on Case Lots of
CORN FLAKES AND BREAKFAST FOODS
10c Large Rolls of Toilet Paper, only S
In Case Lots -- 100 Rolls only $7.75.
10 Bars of Premium Soap, only... .49
Other Bargains to Numerous Mentno
We Never Sleep
We Have Our Own Deliveries
PI ERCES

ELLOWSTONE PARK

NT-Part of n
for men sti
. 110 S. Inga

ice front double
udents. Phone
ls. 126-31
oom, for lady;

See it this summer. Free booklet.
Experienced men and women cooks
wanted. Write for application blank.
Y. P. Camps Co., Livingstone, Mon-
tana.--Adv.
Dance at the Packard tonight.=Adv.

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