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- VARIED ARTICLES
TO FILL BOX FOR
MOUNTAIN SCHOOL

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etary of the Pure Food Preserves, 15 oz. Jar,
t certificates regular 50c size, now 35c, or 3 for
national or- $1.00. Schultz Bros.-Adv.

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Enlargements
Flashlights and
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Ve Write Automobile Insurance In Stock
Companies Only
sates are very low, coverage broad, prompt and.
actory Adjustments Guaranteed.
purchase iutual Insurance where you have a
ngent liability, when stock companies rates are

Prof. Thomas C. Trueblood will ad-,
dress the meeting of the 'omen's
Educational club which will be held at
8 o'clock tomorrow evening at the Chi'
Omega house. Every member is re-
queuted to be present.
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Girls residing in dormitories who
will be in Ann Arbor for spring vaca-;
tion, may get lists of vacant rooms
from the ofice of the dean of women.
Any University women who wish
employment during spring vacation
should sign at the office of the dean
of women.
Dormitories, sororities, and league
houses who wish to enter the baseball
tournament should sign up in the.
main corridor of Barbour gymnasium
immediately. The name of the man-
ager or captain should be signed.
Pledges for the Doctor Sargent
campaign are due and are pay-
able at Newberry hall.
Social service workers are needed'
at the University hospital. Anyone
wishing to . do this work may sign up
between 2 and 5 o'clock any afternoon
I at Newberry hall.
Mortarboard and Senior society will
hold a joint meeting at #7:15 o'clock
tonight in Helen Newberry residence.
Wyvern invites all girls of the jun-
ior class to a tea from 3:30 to 5:30
o'clock this afternoon at Aelen New-
berry residence.
All members of Wyvern are request-
ed to be at Helen Newberry residence
by 3:15 o'clock this afternoon.
'STYLUS _ELECTS
FIVE NEW MEMBERS
At the last meeting of Stylus, hon-
orary rhetoric society, the following
women were elected to membership:
Emma Jacobs, '21, Amy Loomis,,'22,
Lois Whitcomb, '22,'Thekla Roese, '22,
Sara Waller,'22.°
A five dollar prize is being offered
by Stylus for the best shortstory
submitted. All -women who rare not
members of.the society may compete.
The story must not exceed 4,000 words
in length~ and must be hand'ed in, type-
written, by May 15.
LETS C!
If you want to make $100 spring
vacation see Mr. Davis, 408 National
Bank Bldg., at once. Phone 2169.-
Adv.

All kinds of clothing will be accept-
able for the box which is to be sent
by the Women's league to Crossnore
school in Kentucky. Practically every
kind of garment or piece of cloth can
be made use of in the different de-
partments of the institution.
Gloves, stockings, shoes, hats, dress-
es; suits, coats and underclothing are
all among the articles solicited. Even
worn satin and silver dancing slip-
pers are taken to pieces and made
over by the'students in the shoe mak-
ing department.
Every University house, dormitory,
and sorority house has been notified
concerning the present drive, and a
truck will be sent to collect the con-
tributions tomorrow. Donations may
also be placed in the box in the base-
ment of Barbour gymnasium. Anoth-
er collection of garments will be made
shortly after spring vacation. O'Hara
house under the direction of Harriet
Gustin, '22, and Louise Graham, '23.
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Lightweight imported golf hose.
$3.00 upward. Wild & Co., State St.-
Adv.
Students Lunch

Trubey
Home-made Candies
r and Box Candies
Discount on Blox Candies
218 S. MAIN.STREET
Phone 166

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or small.

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DartHoteut lero Detroit
= Dancing from ten wntil one
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Tickets on sale at Grinnell's, Detroit, an
Thrs ari Bookstore, Ann Arbor
- ~8:30 p, m.
Subsc'ription $5.50
.tlSSfgle Ticket $2.75
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The Ann Arbor SavingsI
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surpis, $620,0
Resources .........$5,0000
707 North UnivArsity Av
Northwest Cor. Main & I

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High Class Food
Open 6 a.m. Close 11 p.m

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STORE CLOSES 5:30

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Exclusive Models in 'Suits, Coats, Dresses
for Fastidious Women

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Owing to the late deliveries of our Easter models, we have on hand at present a large stock
of -coats, suits and dresses in exclusive models, that 'should have been here for Easter week. The
modes represented are exquisite, the styles suites to the most fastidious and the materials lovely
enough for anyone.

THIS -
CLOSES
.DVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

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SPRING DRESSES'

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FOR SALE

iToday Only
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-The m9st wonderful summer
id chokers being sold at 'sur-
ly low prices at Zwerdlings,
Tailor and Furrier. 217 E.
St. 130-4
n Monroe or E. University, a
ag containing money and re-
om the Michiganensian. Call
lark, 2532-,I. 131-2
etween N. Ingalls a'nd 12th
Phi Sigma Kappa pin with
ridley on back. Finder please!
9. Reward. 130-31
onklin founitain pen with
and. Also aWaterman pen
old band. Lost on campus.
2-R. 132"
mall black purse containing
and key, Tuesday morning.
. Return to 720 S' Univer-
132-2
gma Delta Chi pin, Friday
marked T. A. Please call
Adams. 367. 131-2
old Elgin watch. Full name
. Call D. S., 1704-R. 132-2
FOR RENT
IT-Very good piano at rea-
rate. Call Miss Graham,
13 0-3'
NT-Nice single rodm. 511
Ct. Phone 516-R. 131-3
MISCELLANEOUS
RE REPAIRING, refinishing,
ering, recaining. " Verne
1219 So. University. Phone
132-13

FOR SALE-Brunswick Balke.Library
Billard Table, 6 1-2x4 1-2 ft. Inter-
changeable cushions for eithe'r Eng-
lish or pocket billiards; perfect
condition; complete equipment.'
Phone 1072-J, evenings. 132-2
FOR SALE-18 ft Mullins Canoe, cost
$125 last' fall, only used' several
times. A real bargain at $90. 3. B.
Vlack, 1508-W. 836 E. University. 13
FOR SALE--8 inch electric fan, prac-
tically new. Bargain. Call 882-M
after 7 o'clock. 131-2
FOR SALE-Ai4 old violin in good re-!
pair. Inquire at 217 No. Division.
132-2j
FOR SALE -Ford Speedster. Good
cond ion. Call 2397-R. 131-3
FOR SALE-Airedale dogg half price.
Call Saline. 197-R 22. 128-6
WANTED
WANTED-Five Crew, Managers and
Fifty men for work, spring vacation,
selling $2.50 article, everyone likes
and is interested in. Two minute
canvass. Work in Jaclson,,Ann Ar-
bor,sand Ypsilanti. Apply before
Thursday night.. Mr. Davis, 408 Na-
tional Bank Bldg., Phone 2169. 131-2
WANTED - Students, let us reline
your coats during vacation. Neat.
work and ueasonabie prices.: Stu --
-dents' Pressing Shop, Corner N.Utn-
iversity and Thayer. 131-3
WANTED - Young lady roommate,
quiet surroundings, $4.00 per week.
2321-M. 957 Greenwood. 132-2

The higher priced dresses are so lovely 'that
it is hard to choose any particular ones to de-
scribe. A navy blue canton crepe is trimmed
with grey canton crepe and grey and blue
beads. Made with scalloped bottom. $64.50.
Black and white checked silk taffeta is piped
in white ard trimmed with white braid, $39.50.
Grey canton crepe is embroidered in navy
blue silk braid and made with pleated sidpan-
els and wide sash of blue and grey. $39.50.
Grey georgette is combined with grey satin,
the over dress elaborately trimmed with steel
beads. $64.50.
Tan zanton crepe is trimmed with brown
canton crepe and gilt stitching. $66.50.
Navy blue canton crepe.is elaborately bead-,
ed in blue and trimmed with bands of blue can-
ton crepe. $71.50.

SPRING, SUITS
The suits are lovely, as spring suits always
are. It seems, though, that this spring they
are prettier than ever before. A suit of navy
blue tricotine, is elaborately, trimmed in grey
silk braid. $85.
Anothr. in navy gabardine is smartly trim-
med with grey gabardine and black and grey
braid.. '$8450.
Navy blue tricotine is trimmed with black
braid. This suit is made with box coat and
short sleeves. $79.50.
Several chic models are here in serge, trico-
tine and gabardine, either plain or trimmed
with braid, embroidery or fancy stitching.
-Many have a sash on the skirt. $49.50 to
$90.00.
(SECOND FLOOR)
SPORT STYLES
Knitted sport capes are fast coming into first
place in popularity and they are perfectly love-
ly. Long capes, knitted in either fancy or
plain, stitch with collars of angora, in blue and
grey are $25.
Jersey sport coats, to wear with white or
fancy sport skirts in tan, blue, green, white and
red are $14.75.

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SOUNDS THE TTTMST DEPTHS
OF THE HUMAN EMOTIONS

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SATIN COATS

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Quilted black satin coats are the rage at
present and we have several lovely models.
All are beautifully made, fancy lined and are'
in all, perfect. Priced at $49.50 to $54.50.
Other coats are lovely, too, including mod-
els in tan and blue duvetyn, elaborately trim-
med with fancy braid and stitching and lined
in figured silk Ranging in price from $25'
to $95.

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DANCES FRIDAY AND

SATURDAY

BEST MUSIC IN TOWN.
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