OR the student or prf.,
tehe superb VENUS out
rivals all for p erfect pencil
work. 1 Tblack degrees and.
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in she world°
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FINANCIAL. HURON VALLEY
BLDG. & SAVINGS ASSOCIATION is
the BEST & SAFEST plate to put
ARCADE your earnings. Your money is at your
service on denand. Never paid less
than "6 pr. ct. dividends, free frblm
taxation. Incorporated 1891. Wi. L,
Walz, Pres. H. H. Herbst, Sec'y., Ann
rted golf hose. Arbor Savings Bank Bldg.-Adv.
& Co., State St.-
Patronize Daily Advertlsers.-Adv.
Chaperones for the dances for this
wee end are as follows: Armory-
Fri ay, Miss Martha Hills; Saturday,
Mrs. Yates Adams: Union-Saturday,
Mrs. H. G. Berger.,
Girls residing in dormitories who
will be in Ann Arbor for spring vaca-
tion, may gel lists of vacant rooms
frrm the office of the dean of women.
Any University women who wish
employment during-spring vacation'
should fign at the office of the dean
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-J
ager orocaptain 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'9lock any afternoon
at Newberry hall.
HISTORJCAL PLAY REHEARSED
BY HIGH SCHQOL STUDENTS
Membersof the Touchstone club, a
high school dramatic organization,;
will present a play entitled "The Rose
of Plymouth Town," for the benefit
of the Sarah, Caswell Angell chapter.
of the D. A. R. tonight in the high
school auditorium. The pay is of par-
ticular interest at this time, celebrat-
ing the ter-centenary of the landing
of the Pilgrims. Rehearsals held daily,
'are conducted by Mrs. Edwin Pop-
Tickets can be obtained from any
member of the chapter or at Gra-
ham's bookstore on State street. Pa-
tronesses for the play are: Mrs. Mar-l
ion L. Burton, Mrs. Thomas True-
blood, Mrs. J. M. Wells, Mrs. Gu'y1
Whipple, Mrs. Walter Pillsbury, Mrs.
Lloyd C. Douiglas, Mrs. Sidney Rob-,
bins, Mrs. E. W. Dow, Mrs. J. B. Ed-
monson, Mrs. Bradley Davis, Mrs. W.1
B. Hinsdale, and Mrs. , Edward H.
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best ofl
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.
OLD CLOTHES TO BE
Machines' will call. at all league
houses, dormitories, and sororities for
contributions to the old clothes drive,.
before 4 o'clock today. Garments,
shoes, hats and all kinds of cast off
clothing are being asked to send to
the Crossnore Mountain school in
Kentucky. This donation will be made
by the Woman's league, which is in
charge of collecting the individual con-
IN ATHLETIC MEET
If you want to make $100 spring
vacation see Mr. Davis, 408 National
Bank Bldg., at once. Phone 2169.-
We sell everything at
from Blue Books to
from Campbell's Soup
to Paris Garters
Grubaugh & Son-
A COOL SUNDAE
A SNAPPY COKE
Sophomore women carried off the
honors at the annual indoor meet
Wednesday afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium. A score of 28 to 15 en-
titles 'the class of '23 to the silver
loving cup awarded annually to the
class securing the higthlt number
Individal honors were won by the
following'students: First place, Elsa
Oiesen, '23, with 29.54 point; second
place, Marion Koch, '23, with 29.39.
points; third place, Elizabeth Lauver,
3 with 29.20 points. Mary Oaks,
24, and Marion Taylor, ''24, received
fourth and fifth places respectively in
the meet butfirst and second for the
CHILDREN TUTORED IT
ChildTen at the University hospital
are being tutored by University wom-
en who have volunteered to do'servibe
work at the hospitals. A plan is be-
ing worked out whereby 'each child
Will be taught by the same girls pon-
secutively, so that workers will be-
come acquainted with the children and
take a personal, interest in them.
In some cases the children.- who
come to the hospital for a long period
of time bring their,school books with
them and these books are used for
their lessons in order that when they
return to their homnes they will be
able to re-enter school without losing
grades. Children who have no books
are supplied from the hospital li-
Informality Heynote of Junior Party
More than 75 junior girls attended
the tea dance which was given yes-
terday afdernoon at Helen Newberry
residence by the members of Wyvern.
Informality was the keynote of the
party, and a spirit of friendliness char-
acterized the afternoon.
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SELL BR U
During Spring V:
M'ake Good )d
Call 2738 betwe
and 7:15 p. m.
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C : r
Al W ,
who spends time out-of-doors, in
sports, motoring; or boating, a tam
Arid here is a Tam-the Priscilla Dean
Tam, that is distinctive, becoming,
cleverly designed, and made of beau-
tiful, soft, serviceable "Suede-lik."
Fashion has sponsored the Priscilla Dean
Tam; it is the vogue-the stylish out-
door headwear everywhere, and for all
occasions. No wardrobe is complete,
without it. The fetching drape, the
pliable softness, give it a charm that's
distinctive. It's becoming from every
angle, and on everyone.
709 Norath Pnlyrity Ave.
!o 74F 4A va W"
v aaa r va a L, .es s
rou *will look good
in a Priscilla Dean Tam. You can get it in
your favorite color, to harmonize with
any costume. What color do you prefer?
Come in and try one on.
Mack & Co.
any informal oc
sion. And it w
certainly en ha r
It's the ideal
for' general wea
anrd only $2.50.
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ueentzt V midyngzts
MADISON AVENUE COP. FORTY-FOtJRTH STREET
Telephone Murray Hill 88oo
Our representative will be at the
HOTEL STATLER, DETROIT
To-day and Tomorrow
April 8 and 9
with samples of Redy-made Clothing
Furnishings, Hats and Shoes
We have made Substantial Reductions
in Prices throughout our Stock of
Ready-made and Custom Clothing
To The House Managers of
'Fraternities and Sororities
N EWPO RT
220 BgLLEVUE AVENuz
LAS@ iIE11 COLUMN
ADVERTISING AT 3 P4M.
OUND IPFOR SALE
NTEW draperies and floor coverings can
e be more easily and convenientlyin--
stalled during spring vacation than at any
other time of the school year. We gladly
give attention to such details as hall. run-
ners and the curtains for one room as well
as to draperies and floor coverings for the
-The most wonderful summer
d chokers being sold at sur-!
ly low prices at Zwerdling's,I
Tailor and "Furrier. 217 E.
St." ' 130-4
mall Brown pocketbook.
n campus or State St., con-
about 9 or 10 dollars, Thurs-
ming Return to 1112 Wash-
mall black purse containing
and key, Tuesday morning.
.. Return to 720 S. Univer-
z Natural Science Bldg., Soph
ard case, containing money.
please call lady at 1192-W.
.ld Elgin watch. Full name
c.Call D. S., 1704-R. 132-2
.T-Nice single room. 511
Ct. Phone 546-R. 131-3
FOR, SALE-Brunswick Balke Library
Billard Table, 6 1-2x4 1-2 ft. Inter-
changeable cushions 'for either 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. J. B.
Vlack, 1508-W. 836 E. University. 13
FOR SALE-An old violin in good re-
pair. Inquire at 217 N . Division.
FOR SALE -Ford Speedster.. Good
condition. Call 2397-R. 131-3
FOR SALE-Airedale dog, half price.
Call Saline, 197-R 22. 128-6
WANTED - Students, let us reline
your coats during vacation. Neat
work and reasonable prices. Stu-
dents' Pressing Shop, Corner N. Un-
iversity and Thayer. 131-3
WANTED -' Young lady roommate,
quiet surroundings, $4.00 per week.
2321-M. 957 Greenwood. 132-2
WANTED-To rent a canoe for spring
vacation or until Jpine. Box E. R.,
Daily. Phone 871-M. 13
TIhe fraternity and sororit refer-
ence.,, that we can give indicate the
character of our work.
Our convenient terms of payment
make it an easy 'matter to furnish
the' entire house properly.
Hme Furnishing Department
th Main S