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MUMMERS PRESENT
"THE WONDER HAT"

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HE SPIRIT OF 1921
Spells Prosperity and Progres-
siveness. Display this spirit by'

placing

Your Spring Order at

once.; You will then

be doing

your part towards starting the}
lvheels of commerce. : : : :
)EPENDABLE GARMENTS'
STYLISH
At Welcome Prices

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JC KARL MALCOLM
604 East Liberty Street.

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r'or ever
who spends ti
sports, motori
is indispensabi
And here is a
Tam, that is
cleverly design
tiful, soft, serv
Fashion has sp(
Tam; it is the
door headwear
occasions. No
without it. T
pliable softnese
distinctive. It'
angle, and on e
ou will look1
in a Priscilla De
your favorite r
any costume.W
Come in and t
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' O~TRAOC AI GO#Yp.Q.Ei
me out-of-doors, in
ing, or boating, a tam.
e.
Tam--the Priscilla Dean
distinctive, becoming,
ed; ahd made of beau-
iceable "Suede-like."A
onsored the Priscilla Dean (
vogue-the stylish out-
everywhere, and for all
wardrobe is complete
he fetching drape, the
s, give it a charm that's
s becoming from every You will wonder
everyone. how you ever got
along without a
good PriscilaD ean Tarn
-you'll find it ap-
an Tam. You can get it in propriate for almost
color, to harmonize with any informal occa-
Vhat color do you prefer? sion. And it wifl
certainly enhance
your appearance.
ry one on. o"'edag-
ty one 0it's the ideal hat
for general wear-
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(ByS.W.)
With the presentation of the clever
and well-acted little play, "The Won-
der Hat", at the Women's league par-
ty yesterday afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium, Mummers, the new dra-
matic society for women, made its in-
itial public appearance. The finish and
grace of the entire production leaves
no doubt as to the future reputation
and standing of the new organization.
Against a charming stage-setting,
representing a wooded park lit by 'a
glowing, yellow moon, fairy person-
ages were depicted in a very persua-
sive manner. Florence Derrick, '22,
as Columbine, was as dainty and win-'
some as her part required, and fully,
capable of winning the affections of
that unwilling fellow, Harlequin,
whose role was played by Theodosia
Burton, '23. Pierrot, properly blase
and conceited, was depicted by Velma
Carter, '23. Dorothy Southgate, '21,
as Punchinello, played a difficult char-
acter role well, while Madeleine Mc-
Gurk, '23, kept the audience laughing
by her interpretation of the comedy
part 'of Margot. =
The details of costuming and stag-
ing were carefully and effectively at-
tended to, and speak well for careful
and painstaking work on the part of
the student committees in charge.
JUNIOR COLLEGE
ENTERTAINS 6EAN
Dean Myra B. Jordan, together with
the social directors of th.e various
dormitories, Miss Gertrude Brock, of
Alumnae house, Miss Elanor Sheldon,
of Betsy Barbour house, and Miss Hel-
en Bishop, of Helen Newberry resi-
denee; attended a tea and reception
given by the Women's league of the
Detroit junior college yesterday, in
the womean's gymnasium of Central
high school building, Detroit.,
The reception honors the women of
t~Ie Detroit Teachers' college and,
Highland Park Junior college. Din-
ner was served the guests from the
University at the College club, fol-
lowing the tea.
~-omen
Dormitories, sororities, and league
houses wishing to enter the baseball
tournament should sign up on the
Athletic association bulletin board by
Tuesday, April 26.
A tea dance for the girls of the
freshman class will be held from 2 to
5 o'clock this afternoon at Martha
Cook building.

$65.

WRAPS
of the finer types

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Everything from
Tooth Paste to
Shoe Palish
Scramble int
to Pop's Place or
C. G. GRUBAUGH & SONI

BUS LINE
ADRIAN-TECUM8ERHANN ARBOR
Central Standard Time

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The new lower prices have never been
more emphasiied than in the remarkable
values presented' in this high-class collec-
tion. A smait embroidered model is pic-
tured.
Distinctive types in rich, soft-surfaced
materials in beautiful neutral shades, in-
cluding Lynx gray, Caravan tan, Beaver,
Sorento and navy blue. Trimmings of
silk, embroidery and fancy stitching.
Sport Coats
Never Styles
$35
Fetching models in Polo Cloth, Camel's
Hair plaids and soft plaid blanket cloths.
---__ Many new featnres are shown
O~WkrE6EL 0
COR.NER WOODWARD STATE
NO CONNECTION WITH ANY OTHER STORE

NORTH Week
&,M. '
Lv. Adrian-Main Corners........ 7:45
Lv. Tecumseh-Main Corners..... 8:z5
Lv. Clinton-Main Corners.......8:4$
Lv. Saline-Main Corners.......9:3
Ar. AnnArbor--Main & Huron....i0o:io
SOUTH P.M..
Lv. Ann Arbor-Huron & 4th Ave. 4:35
Lv. Saline-Main Corners........ 5:o
SL,. Clinton-Main Corners.......6 :oo
Lv. Tecumseh-Main Corners. 6:o
4Ar. Adrian-Main Corners.....7:00

Sun-
-day
'P.M.
4:40
P.Md
5 :00
7:O0 I
7:35
8:451
9:25

Ready to Serve
AT ANY TILL[
Open from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Pot of hot tea and bowl o1fIce
PLAIN CHOP SUEY
85 CENTS
CHINESE and AMERICAN Style
Short Orders
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LASSIFIE
ADVERTISING"

COLUMN
CLOSES-
AT 3 P.M.

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LOST AND FOUND
T-Man's Elgin wrist watch with
ekel case, on campus or in Engi-
,ering Bldg., Friday morning.
lease return tor'Maremont, .616
hurch St., or call 907-R. Reward.
138x2
3T-Will the person that has the
eq pocket kodak left on players
ench at Ferry field during Ypsi-
nti game, kindly notify Genebach,.
ione 1460. 138-2
3T-Dark blue silk umbrella, init-
,ls on handle, E. A. W. Left in
,xi coming from M. C. depot Mon-
ay'night. Call Esther Wheeler.
7. * 137-2
3T-In Tappan Hall or between it
id 202 S. Thayer, a dull gold irreg-
lar shaped bar pin set with green
,ones. Call 988-W. Reward. 137-2
T-Will the person who took the
aincoat from Room 203, Tappan
all, please return it to Bien, 1122
'ashtenaw. 138-2
IT - Collegiate Sorosis Pin-on
ampus or S. Univ., Thursday. Name
a back. Finder please call D. Pet-
bone. 251. 137-2
IT-Gold ring left on washbowel in.
Ibrary, Sunday, April 3. Reward
ir return to Daily, Box F. R. 137-3
IT-Conklin Fountain pen minus
ap, Friday, in Law Bldg. Call, 490.
sk for Landy. 138-2
IT -Dady's diamond ring, stone
bout 1-2 karat. Phone 606-F2. Re-
ard.. 136-3

WANTED
WANTED - Sevpral students to sell
household commodity just placed on
market. Big profits and possible
home town territory for summer.
630 Haven. 2-5 Friday, 9-12 Satur-'
day. .137-2
WANTED-Several men for summer
salesmanship proposition. Guaran-
teed $525.00. You can make much
more. For particulars call Martin
Larson, 959. 137-2
WANTED-Men for salaried p'ositions
during the summer, but those inter-
ested in common canvassing posi-
tions not wanted. See Zeiler, Satur-'
day-Room 222, Arcade Bldg. 138
WANTED-Position as Chef or Stew-
ard, either self serve, service res-
taurant or fraternity house. Eight
years experience. Box O. D., Daily.
137-3
WANTED-To rent by Sept. 1 modern
house suitable for boarding house.
Must be near University. State
terms. Box 0. D., Daily. 137-3
WANTED - Garage in vicinity o
Washtenaw and campus at once.
Box G. R., Daily. 137-2
WANTED-Ten table boarders. Pri-
vate Boarding House. Home cook-
ing. 523 Forest Ave. 138-6
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Latest model Woodstock
Typewriter No. 5, practically new.
Price $50.00. Apply. Box , P. R.,
Michigan Daily. 136-4

Chaperons for dances tonight are as
follows: At the Union-Mrs. Yates
Adams; at the Armory-Mrs. H. G.
Berger.
Dean Effinger .Speaks In Detroit
Dean John R. Effinger, of the liter-
ary college, was the guest of Frank
Cody, superintendent of the Detroit
public schools, at a luncheon yester-
day noon ft the Detroit Athletic club.
Following the luncheon, a meeting for
Detroit high school and intermediate
teachers was held at which Dean Ef-
finger, several members of the Univer-
sity faculty,and alumni spoke on the
Summer session.
MASONIC NOTICE
All members of the Craftsmen's
Club and Masons who are going to at-
tend the Highland Park Masonic
Lodge, tonigh\ are requested to be at
the D. U. R. station in 'time to catch
the 'special car that will leave at 3:00
P. M.
-Adv. By Order of the 'President.
The Upper Room Bible Class will
hold its regular meeting in the "UP-
PER ROOM" tonight. It is for all
"Michigan Men." Mrs. Maud Okkel-
berg, of the University School of Mus-
is faculty, wil furnish the special mus-
ic. The hour is 7:00 o'clock.-Adv.
Miss Mary F. Minnis, Chiropodist,
formerly with Mack and Co., will oe
at the Saunder's NHair Shop, Tuesday
of every week. Phone 2673-M for ap-
pointments.-Adv.
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.

RAIESm SlIOVELS

Dunh~am "Water" Weight"
Rollers
"Keen Cuter" Lawn
Mowers

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Reflects the spirit of your home. A well kept lawn indicates a well kept
home. We can furnish you with all the
implements that will make YOUR lawn
-'''' one that you may point to as the neigh-
t .->* - borhood pride.

" SPADES

ti ~Spring fk ol
I-
;\ cleaning
Make it easy an
ay- , a d d i n g t o t h e c o n
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)use-
A D rudgery,
nd pleasing by
iveniences of yourrahome- -

eka Vcuumt' Clener

C FI-SCHER C O
UP-TO-THE-M~IUTE HARDWARE

Washington near Main
Main near Washington

Lu Vada Copely, Vandalia, Mich.
136-6
FURNITURE REPAIRING, refinishing,
upholstering, recaining. Verne
Smith, 1219 So. University. Phone
675-.7. 132-13
EXCELLENT GRAVEL delivered to
any part of the city./ Killins, 107 4' QUAL
First Nat. Bank Bldg. Phone 1621.
136-12
WILL PERSON who took raincoat by
mistake outside room 151, Chemistry
Bldg., Thursday at 10, call Chamber-
lain, 854-J7 137-

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Pleasant suite. No other
roomers. Inquire 337 EA. Liberty.
Phone 2059. 136-3

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