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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ported golf hose.
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1921 Crop Brazil Nuts, 23c per
pound. Three jars Prune Fruit Jam,
$1.00. Schultz Grocery, State St.-Adv.

Eastman Kodaks - Films
Amateur Finishing
Enlargements
Flashlights and
Outside Groups-
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W1omen
Masques' rehearsals for this week
are: At 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon,
Algernon, Jack, and Lane; at 4 o'clock
Thursday afternoon, Lady Bracknell
and Gwendolyn; at 2 o'clock Friday
afternoon, Jack, Algernon, and Lane;
at 3 o'clock Fitday afternoon, Lady
Bracknell and Gwendolyn. Act two
will begin rehearsing Monday.
Light, special, and walking classes
should see Dr. Eloise Walker and re-
port at Barbour gymnasium before
Friday noon of this week.
Thursday gymnasium classes will
meet at Palmer field and Friday class-
es will meet at Barbour' gymnasium.
Dormitories, sororities, and league
houses wishing to enter the baseball
tournament should sign up on the
Athletic association bulletin board by
Wednesday, April 26.
A tea dance for the girls of the
freshman class will be held from 2 to
5 o'clock, Saturday afternoon, April
23, at Martha Cook building.
Social service workers are needed
for work at the hospitals. Any girls
who, wish to sign up for work may do,
so any afternoon between 2and 5 at
Newberry hall.
Senior society will meet at 8:15
o'clock tonight at Martha Cook build-
ing.

Miss Greenwood Postpones Sailing
Miss Grace Greenwood, social direc-
tor of Martha Cook building, has post-
poned her date of sailing from April
28 to May 3. She will sail for Eng-
land on the Aquitania going from there
to France where she will stay until
June. The remainder of the summer
she will spend in England with
friends.

No. 10 Tomatoes, 60c per
Schultz Grocery, State St.-Adv.

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BITSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
PURCHASING AGENT AND
CHAIN STORE MANAGER
The UnitedCo-Operative Asocia-l
tion of America, a national chain store
organization, intends to open a chain
of stores in Ann Arbor and adjacent
territory, and will require the serv-
ices of a good business man as man-
ager, Supervisor and Local Purchas-
ing Agent. Previous experience de-
sirable but not essential. Applicant
must be industrious, with clean rec-
ord, and competent to handle large
volume of business. $1,000 required,
fully secured. These stores offer the
public necessary commodities under
conditions and prices, that are meet-
ing with instantaneous response, Both
the stores and the plan of operation
are taking the country by storm. An
opportunity such as this presents it-
self but once in a lifetime. A long-
term contract, based on salary and
commission, with large earnings, will
be given to the man who has the abil-
ity to develop a spirit of friendly com-
petition between the various stores,
and a feeling of loyal co-operation
among his employees. Accepted ap-
plicant 'will be required to come to
Chicago for a short course of instruc-
tion in our school, and assume his
duties at once. Unless your local rep-
utation is excellent, do, not answer;
but if you can fill the requirements
outlined, and can furnish acceptable
reference, write

DON'T FORGET
TO OBTAIN SOME OF
SWAIN'S
Views of the Campus and
Huron River for your
M-Book.
Especially careful serpice in
flm developing and printing
for amateurs
713 E. UNIVERSITY AV.

11 111111111

BE CUKER'S
Ddicatessen
119 E. Liberty
Phone 620 M

Home-made

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BOX LUNCH

Dainties

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DANA RICHARDSON
115 EAST LIBERTY STREET

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BURCHFIELD & CO.
Offer to the Fine Tailoring Trade
of Ann Arbor
An Especially Fine Line of,
Spring Woolens Tailored
to Your Individual
Requirements

All members of the Girls' Mandolin
club must- be present at an important BANK

STATE MANAGER,
FLOOR, 118 N. LASALLE ST.,
CHICAGO, ILL.

106 East Huron Street

meeting at 7 o'clock this evening at
Newberry hall. Plans for the coming
contest will be discussed at this time.
STUDENTS DIRECT
"THE WONDER HAT'
"The Wonder Hat," the one-act play
which.Mummers will present at the
Women's league party at 4 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon in Sarah Caswel
Angell hall, was written by Ben Hecht
and Kenneth Goodman and produced
for the first time at the Arts and
Crafts theater in Detroit in 1916. It
has been coached and staged entirely
under student direction, care having
been taken to retain the atmosphere
of magic and romance which char-
acterizes the written play.
Catherine Potter, '23, assisted, by
Rose Tobias, '23, and Constance Ling,
'23, is in charge of the coaching. Mary
Lane, '23, directs the make-up, and
Cecile Baer, '22,'the staging.
The cast numbers only five: Flor-
ence Derrick, '22, taking the part.of
Columbine; Theo4osia Burton, '23, of
Harlequin; Velma Carter, '24, of Pier-
rot;.Dorothy Southgate, '21, of Punch-
inello, and Madeleine McGurk, '24, of
Margot.
Let a classified ad And that lost ar-
ticle.-Adv.
Ready to ServeI

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Promptly Filled

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STORE OPENS 8:30

STORE CLOSES 5:30

EST: 1857

Special

Saleo f

700

Hats

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$4.85

- $7.50

- $9.50

- $12.50

$15

Down Town

Opposite Court House

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LOT 1 AT $4.85

LOT 3 AT $9.50

COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P.M,

! fli COLUMN
ADVERTISING AT 3,P.M.

Through an extremely, fortunate purchase
we are able to offer 700 hats to you for the

next 3 days only at these five low prices.

In

At $9.50 you may choose either sports hats
or semi-dress effects in fine milans, silk crowns
and angora wool brims, soft silk hat with straw
trimmings and soft straw hats. At this price,
these hats are bargains you will be pleased
with.

LOST AND FOUND
OST-Small purple purse containing
money and stamps, Tuesday after-
noon between 1 and 3 o'clock. Find-
er call 390 or 1204 Hill St. Re-
ward. 136-2
OST-Small octagonal Swiss watch
between Hill St. and U-Hall. Find-
er call 390 or 1203 Hill St. Re-
ward. 136-2
0ST-In women's room Natural Sci-
ence Bldg., April 11, a tan colored
winter coat. Finder please phone
954-R. * 136
OST-Friday, April 8, in 200 R. W. or
between there and Ec. Bldg., a large
Conklin pen. Phone 1408-W. 136
OST-Gold Elgin watch. Name on
back. Call Dorothy Southgate.
1704-R. 134-3
OST -Lady's diamond ring, stone
about 1-2 karat. Phone 606-F2. Re-
ward. 136-3
OST-Open face gold Elgin watch,
Sunday, April 10. Reward. Call
2325. 134-3
FOR SALE
OR SALE-Latest model Woodstock
Typewriter No. 5, practically new.
Price $50.00. Apply Box P. R.,
Michigan Daily. 136-4
OR SALE-Graduate's cap and gown.
Call at No. 10 Nickel's Arcade. 136

WANTFD
WANTED- Students who desire a
very good paying and attractive pro-
position for the summer months and
whose homes are in Mich.igan should
see W. O. Lampe at the Allenel Hotel
on 'Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday
of this week... 135-3

the $4.85 lot are sport hats in milans with col-
ored facings, such as blue and white, black
and white, etc., hats with silk crowns and braid
brims, some large hats of various kinds, felt

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LOT 4 AT $12.50

WANTED - By a student
single room near campus.
Box P. Q., Daily.

a quiet,
Address
135-2

AT ANY TIME
Open from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Pot of hot tea and bowl of rioe
PLAIN CHOP SUEY'
35 CENTS
CHINESE and AMERICAN Style
Short Orders

:1 M combinations and hats with crushed crowns.

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WANTED - Competent cellist. Call
Grosvenor at 2010. 135-2
FOR RENT

The popular blue and white effects are found
here. These jaunty, little sport hats at this
price are amazing bargains.

At x$12.50 are dress hats in both light and
dark shades. Silk hats in the light colors are
lovely, trimmed with braid, as are the organdie
hats with trimmings of flowers, ribbons and
silk. Georgette hats in the newest shades are
here, as are hair braid hats, flower and ribbon
trimmed.

FOR RENT-Housekeeping"
Two rooms, semi-private
campus and downtown.
203 S. Thayer St.

apartment.
bath. Near
Inquire at
134-3

IQuang Tung Lo
A1 GbrLty fit. EI
A. GANSLE

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FOR RENT-Pleasant suite. No other
roomers. Inquire 337 E. Liberty.
Phone 2059. 136-3
MISCELLANEOUS
COPELY'S RECIPES of good things to
eat. Eighty-nine recipes with full
instructions, for delicious home
cooking, will be mailed to any ad-
dress on receipt of price, $2.50. Mrs.
Lu Vada Copely, Vandalia, Mich.
136-C
FURNITURE REPAIRING, refinishing,
upholstering, recaining. Verne
Smith, 1219 So. University. Phone
675-3. 132-13

C.LCAN1NG
PRESSING
S PPAIRING L
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Suits Made to Measure in our
own Shop:

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LOT 2 AT $7.50,
At $7.50 are both sport hats and semi-
dress hats in large or small shapes, including
milans, large drooping shapes of straw, silk
crown and coarse braid brim combinations. A
novelty in this group are hats of plaid gingham
in different colors, with braid facings.
(Millinery Salon - Second Floor)

LOT 5 AT $15.00

At $15.00 are the more formal dress hats

in hair braid, maline and silk.

The hair braid

hats are trimmed with flowers and ribbon as

are the maline.

Silk hats with braid trimming

are lovely, blue and white being used very ef-
fectively. All these hats in the five groups are
Eastern hats, hats from such well known mak-
ers as Gage, Johnson, Harmony and Uhry be-
ing shown.

Careful atlention
Alterations.

paid t o

EXCELLENT GRAVEL
any part of the city.
First Nat. Bank Bldg.

SALE-Fine male bull pup,
ken. $40.00. Call 293-'W.

well
136

telivered to
Killins, 107
Phone 1621.
136-12

113 S. Main St.

SecondFloor

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