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large Michigan Financial Insti-
l will employ several capable
nd; women in a capacity requir-
bility to meet the public and pre-
a useful service. The successful
ants will be instructed May 1 to
1. A man from Ann Arbor has
d $670 to date this month, a
from another city earned $980
nonth. Don't answer this notice
s you are capable of hard work
an meet the public. Previous!
ience, however, not essential. P.
x 62, City.-Adv.

SYNDICALIISM I0 FRANCE TO
BE DISCJSSED BY VIBBERT
Prof. Charles B. Vibbert of the phil-
osophy department, will address the
Intercollegiate Socialist society upon
"Syndicalism in France," Wednesday
evening in room: 162-P, Natural Sci-
ence building. Professor Vibbert has
been in close touch with progressive
movements in France, as he was in
Paris during the war as director of
the continental division, Ameritan

Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

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LAWN MOWERS

are going fast.

Make your choice while the assortment is good

PRICED FROM $7.00 UP

ALL GUARANTEED RUBBER HOSE
One-Half, Five-Eighths, and Three-Quarters.
Inch in diameter

LAWN SEED

GARDEN SEEDS

LAWN STOOLS

GARDEN TOOLS.

WIRE CLOTH
Galvanized and Black
For your window screens and, doors

Bo dell Bros. NIigh Grade Paints; Berry Bros. and Valspar
Varnishes; Red Star Vapor Oil Stoves
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Benzol is not in any way a
by-product of gasoline. It
is much superior to gasoline

Have it Paster Cleaned
It costs you no more

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DRITE FOR CLOTHING
GIFTS ENDS TUESDAY
AUTOS TO COLLECT DONATIONS
FROM GIRLS' HOUSES IN
AFTERNOON
The final drive for contributed cloth-
ing for Crossnore school, will be mader
Monday and Tuesday of this week.
Donations may be placed in the pla-
carded box in Barbour gymnasium or
given to the stewardesses of the var-
ious dormitories and sorority and
league houses. Harriet Gustin, '22,
should be notified of all houses which,
wish to contribute by Tuesday morn-
ing in order that an automobile mayi
be sent to collect the bundles on
Tuesday afternoon. Collections will;
be. made only from those houses whgse
addresses have been turned in by that
time.
Garments of all kinds-shoes, hats,,
gloves, and pieces of cloth are ac-
ceptable. Old clothing will be taken
apart, made over, and sold again by1
the p"sils of the school, the proceeds
being used toward the construction of
a new building. Thus old clothing,
probably entirely useless to the orig-
inal owner will thus serve the double
purpose of supplying material for the
various dressmaking and millinery
courses at the institution, and of rais-
ing money toward the carrying on of
a worthwhile undertaking.
1omen
Dormitories, sororities, and league
houses wishing to enter the baseball
tournament should sign up on. the
Athletic association bulletin board by
Tuesday, April 26.
There will be a meeting of Masques
at 3:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall. Every
member of Masques is expected to be
present as plans will be made for the
annual spring play and work assign-
ed to the committees. Back dues are
payable at this time.
Rehearsals for "The Importance of
Being Earnest" this week will be as
follows: i Monday at 3 o'clock; Chasu-
ble, Prisim, Cecily, Merriman and Al-
gernon; at 4 o'clock, Jack. Tuesday
at 2 o'clock, Lady Bracknell and Jack.
Wednesday, at 3 o'clock, Cecily and
Gwendolen; at 4 o'clock, Jack and
Algernon. Thursday at 3 o'clck,
Chasuble, Prisim, Cecily, Merriman,
Algernon. At 4 o'clock, Jack. Fri-
day at 2 o'clock, Cecily, Gwendolen,
Jack and Algernon..
Stylus will meet at 7:35 o'clock
Tuesday evening at the Kappa Kappa
Gamma house, with Maud' Hindman,
grad., as hostess.
Sigma Delta Phi meets at 4 o'clock
Monday at Helen Newberry residence.
All University women will be en-
tertained at an informal at home given
by the residents of Betsy Barbour
house at 4 o'clock Friday afternoon.
The affair will take the place of the
regular Women's league party.
MRS. CARHART GIVES FARADAY
PORTRAIT TO PHYSICS DEPT.
Mrs. H. S. Carhart, widow of the
late Henry S. Carhart who was form-
erly head of the physics department,
has presented the department with a

large framed engraving of a portrait
of Michael Faraday (1791-1856), fam-
ous physicist of the last century.
This engraving, which is a copy of
an original in the halls of the Royal
society of London, hung for many
years in Professor Carhart's study. It
has been decided to place the engray-
ing in the physics library which is
Professor Carhart's old 'laboratory.
TEA FOR FRESHMAN WOMEN -
DRAWS LARGE ATTENDANCE
More than 200 women attended the
freshman tea given yesterday after-
non at Martha Cook building for the
purpose of promoting friendship
among the members of the class. Mu-
sic and dancing provided the enter-
tainment.
' The freshman social committee of
the Woman's league, Susan Fitch,
chairman, was in charge. Dean Myra
B. Jordan, Miss Eleanor Sheldon, and
Miss Frances Mack chaperoned the
party.
Engagement of Graduates Announced
Announcement has been made of the
engagement of Ruth A. Abbott, '20, to
Elroy 0. Jones, '14L. Miss Abbott is
a member of Alpha Phi sorority.
Use Classified gdvertising and sell
your miscellaneous articles.-Adv.

FESTIVAL NOTES 4
Lucretta Bori, soprano with the
Metropolitan Opera company, will be
the soloist at the fourth May Festival
concert. She is said to be the best
loved of' all the younger singers of
this New York company.
She was born in Valencia, Spain, andc
most of the early part of her life was1
spent in that country. She was aI
prize student at the conservatory,
but had no intention of becoming anf
opera singer until she was 17 yearst
old. Her debut was made at Micaela
in "Carmen."1
At the end of her first season she
'eceived one of the highest honors to
which a singer can aspire. She was
chosen to sing in the opening per-
fori ance of Puccini's "Manon Les-
caut," a test performance for thef
whole season, with Caruso and Amato
in the tenor and baritone roles. Shej
triumphed over Paris.
The first appearance which she made
with the Metropolitan Opera companyl
in New York was in "Manon Lescaut."
Her beauty, the intelligence of her act-
ing, the freshness of her voice and
the personal charm which radiates
from her when she sings brought con-
gratulations to the opera company for
its new find. Her repertoire, today,
consists of 25 operas, in all of which
she sings the principle soprano part. ;
In 1916 she underwent an operation
because of a nodule in her vocal chords,
and for five years her voice was lost
to her. Her reappearance was an
extraordinay event. The critical ver-
dict was unanimous that her voice had:

greatly improved and that her art, in
all its respects more wonderful than
ever.
W.A.A. HONOR POINT
SYSTEM IS REVISED
The honor point system of the Wom-
en's Athletic association has been re-
vised to conform with the national
system as determined at the athletic
conference of American college women
'held last month. The advantage of the
new plan: is that when a girl trans-
fers to another college she will re-
ceive credit for the honors received at
the first school.
The school system, as revised, is
based on 100 points rather than 10,
which, makes it no harder to receive
a sweater than before. Instead of re-
ceiving 10 points for making the first
basketball team, 100 points will be
given, the number of honors for the
final sweater being 1000. This new
system will not go into effect until
next fall when a new set of pamphlets
will be printed giving the number of
points for each activity. Girls who
have started on the old system will
still retain their honors, but they will
be revised with the new system.

Established 1905
KODAKS FILMS
AMATEUR FINISHING
FLASH LIGHTS
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Men : Last season's hats ti
ed inside out, refinished and
blocked with all new trimn
look just like new, wear jua
long and saves you five to
dollars. We do only high i
work. Factory Hat Store,
Packard St. Phone 1792.

Students

High Class

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409 Jeffer

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.LIeUL n t1 iaortea
$3.00 upward. Wild & Co.
Adv.
Let a classified ad find I
title.-Ady.

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Phone Orders
Promptly Filled

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Mail Orders
Promptly Filled

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C1ANERS

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STORE OPENs 8:30

STORE CLOSES 5:

EST. 1857

Entire

Stock

of

Suit

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We call for and deliver

except . Tweeds

$25o0

$39.75

ITHIS' T ISc
ASLUMN A-ES NGFI ECOLUMN
LALOSESECLOSES
AT 3 P.M. AVRDSNG01AT 3P.M.

Values to $100

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Man's Elgin wrist watch with
nickel case, on campus or in Eng-
neering Bldg., Friday morning.
Please return to Maremont, 616
Church St., or call 907-R. Reward.
138-2
LOST-Will the person who took the
raincoat from Room 203, Tappan
Hall, please return it to Bien, 1122
Washtenaw. 138-2
LOST-Parker Fountain pen, small
jack-knife, safety. Initials S. I. H.
on end of cap. Finder please call
2309-W. 139
LOST-Gold ring left on washbowl in
Library, Sunday, April 3. Reward
for return to Daily, Box F. R. 137-3
LOST - Large nigger-brown camel's
hair scarf. Reward. Call 1314-M
hair scarf., Reward. Call 1314-M. 139
LOST-Conklin Fountain pen minus
cap, Friday, in Law Bldg. Call 490.
Ask for Landy. 138-2
LOST-One slide rule. Finder please
return to 1105 E. Washington. Yook
Chew. 139-2
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Latest model Woodstock
Typewriter No. 5, practically new..
Price $50.00. Apply Box P. R.,
Michigan Daily. 136-4
FOR SALE - 24 envelopes and 24
sheets of U. of M. bond stationery,
25c. Only a few boxes left. 711 No.
Univ. Ave., Room 2, 2nd- floor. 139

WANTED
WANTED-Position as Chef or Stew-
ard, either self serve, service, res-
taurant or fraternitf house. Eight
years experience. Box 0. 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-Tei table boarders. Pri-
vate Boarding House. Home cook-
ing. 523 Forest Ave. 138-6'
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.
136-6
FURNITURE REPAIRING, refinishing,
upholstering, recaining. Verne
Smith, 1219 So. University. Phone
675-. 132413
EXCELLENT GRAVEL delivered to
any part of the city. Killins, 107
First Nat. Bank Bldg. Phone 1621.
136-12
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Will the person that has the
vest pocket kodak left on players
bench at Ferry field during Ypsi-
lanti game, kindly notify Genebach,
phone 1460. 138-2
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Housekeeping apartment,
tfio rooms, semi-private bath. Near
campus and downtown. 203 So.
Thayer St. 139-3

Starting tomorrow and continuing until the stock is exhausted our sp-ing

suits, with the exception of tweeds, will be sold at these two prices.

Values-

to $100 are here in suits of tricotine, serge and velour. Some are plain tailor-
ed models, others trimmed with heavy embroidery, fringe and ribbon sashes.
Ripple coats, box coats and bloused backs are the styles,, with narrow cloth

belts, patent ribbon sashes or straight models with no belts at all.

Navy blues

is the predominating color, as it is always best for spring. This is an oppor-
tunity you really can't afford to miss, an opportunity to purchase a new, up

to date suit, early in the season at such a remarkable saving as this.

The sale

starts tomorrow morning and an early selection assures better choice.

(Second Floor)

Trico tine

Dresses.

$29,050,

Our entire stock of spring dresses in tricotine has been marked at $29.50
for this sale. The dresses represent values to $75, and are trimmed with em-

broidery, both in silk and wool.

Beads trim some models, epresenting all the

newer style tendencies of the season. Navy blue is of course the predominat-;

ing color, although some other shades are here.

This is an opportunity not to

FOR
'-,

,E-A few good typewriters
or rent, School of Shorthand,
Univ. Ave. 139-3

be overlooked to secure a spring dress at this price.

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