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nesday on Palmer field. All girls who
intend to try out for the class teams
71YI % air ^ ll
he New Arrok'Shirt.
C a mpus
with low collar attached
Wadhams & Co.
S t a t e
' Must be present.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Annual spring tryouts of the Athena Sarah Caswell Angell chapter of the
Literary society will be held Tuesday D. A. R. will be held at 3 o'clock
night, May 3, in the AlphaNu room. Thursday, April 28, at the residence
of Mrs. F. G. Novy, 721 Forest Ave.
The program 'will consist of reports
tertained at an informal at home given from the delegates to thenational con-
by the residents of Betsy Barbour tinental congress held in Washington.
house at 4 o'clock Friday afternoon.
The affair will take the place of the Mortarboard will meet at 7:30
regular Women's league party. o'cck Thursday evening at the Delta
All junior girls who deposited mon-
ey with Caroline Leonard may obtain Rehearsals of the University Girls'
a refund from 3 to 5 o'clock Thursday Glee club will be held at 7:15 o'clock!
in Barbour gymnasium, Wednesday, Thmursday, and Friday
nights and at 1 o'clock Saturday aft-
Wyvern meeting will be held at 7:30 ernoon in Barbour gymnasium.
o'clock Thursday night at the GamC-
ma Phi Beta house. CLUB WILL C I V E
Rehearsals for "The Importance of
Being Earnest" this week will be as The School of Music Girls' Glee
follows: Wednesday, 3 o'clock, Cecily club will give its annual concert at
and Gwendolen; at 4 o'clock, Jack and 8 o'clock Thursday evening at Pat-
Algernon. Thursday at 3 o'clock, tengill auditorium. The club, which
Chasuble, Prisim, Cecily, Merriman, is under the direction of Miss Maude
Algernon. At 4 o'clock, Jack. Fri- I. Kieyn, is composed of 30 girls.
day at 2 o'clock, Cecily, Gwendolen, It was organized two years ago and
Jack and Algernon. appeared in a concert in Ann Arbor
All University women are invit Tickets will be on sale today on the
to attend the lecture to be -given by campus and at the School of Music.
Dr. Charles E. Barker at 3:30 o'clock_--
Wednesday afternoon in Hill auditor-HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR PLAYS
ium. The subject of the talk will be
"A Mother's Relation to Her Daught- 'SCIEDULEI FOR MAY 6 AND 7
"Joint Owners in Spain" and "The
The first meeting of the Senior play Romancers" will be presented by the
committee will be held at 4:30 o'clock seniors of Ann Arbor high schoolI
Wednesday at the Sorosis house. The Thursday and Friday evenings, May 6
exact time of the tryouts which will and 7. Miss Lurene Osborn will di-
be held sometime during this week rect the productions.
end will be announced after the meet-
ing. Masques' Play to Be at the Whitney
"The Importance of Being Earnest",
Girls who are interested in acting as Masques' spring play, will be given on
councillors at summer camps may ob- June 1 at the Whitney theater, accord-
tain information concerning the mat- ing to the decision reached at the
ter at Newberry hall. meeting of the organization yester-
----day. Costume and setting committees
Baseball practice for juniors and were appointed for work on the an-
seniors will be held at 4 o'clock Wed nual play.
S T EAMSHI P TICKET S
TO ALL FOREIGN COUNTRIES
TODAY AND BALANCE OF WEEK
TILL YOU GASP AND GRIP YOUR
TILL YOUR VISION IS OVER-
TILL YOUR SIDES ACHE AND THE
TEARS ROLL DOWN YOUR CHEEKS
A SMALL TOWN. IDOL
THE MOST STUPENDOUS PRODUCTION
EVER CONCEIVED BY MACK SENNETT
w rs - - - dw
No M. IWIPIN t- ov W- -
TRAOI MARK RIG. YU.~'AT iOFF.
LOW HEEL WALKING
The great outdoor Walkover for Women.
Essentially a sport Shoe but worn by women
everywhere for city wear. Made with the new
Vamp Saddle patterns in blackand brown calf.
OR ANYONE ELSE,
ADDED COMEDY -- DEAD EASY GOLF
Walk-Over Boot Shop.
115 'South Main Street
Natl. thnk Bldg.
THiS LSl THIS
COMNSAT 3AP.A ESII EA* CLO.S.
ATD..UADETSN Al 3 PM
WE WILL ADMIT FREE EVERY 13TH PATRON
to Our Matinees for the Balance of the Week
Ask the Cashier if you are the lucky Thirteen.
.NTED-Several summer salesmen.
ig money making proposition.
uaranteed $525 and you can make
inch more. For particulars, call
[artin Larson, 959. 141-4
.NTED-Woman clerk in stationery
tore full time; also experienced
sale stenographer full or part time.
. D. Morrill, 17 Nickel's Arcade.
.NTED-Woman clerk in stationery
tore full time; also experienced
,ale stenographer full or part time.
D. Morrill, 17 Nickel's Arcade.
NTED - Competent stenographer
,nd typist, part or whole time. G.
f. Whipple, 105 Tappan Hall.
hone 1867. 140-3
.NTED-Cook or chef for remain-
er of this year and probably next.
ddress Box F. H., care of Daily.
.NTED-To rent house suitable for
raternity for next school year.
Trite Box D. S. P., care of Daily.-3
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Last Wednesday between Ann
and Washington Sts., a Phi Kappa
Psi sister pin. Initials on back. Re-
ward. Call 1482-J. 140-2
LOST-Black leather Le Fax note-
book containing outlines of debates
and talks. Reward. Roy E. Yokes,
LOST-Change purse on E. Jefferson,
containing about two dollars. Call
at 318 E. Jefferson or phone 1058-R.
LOST-Slide-rule in Chubb house,
April 8. Name in case. Finder please
callDuBois. 2034-R. 141-3
LOST-Small purse at Tuttle's or in
Arcade .Tuesday morning. Reward.
Call 885-W. 141-2
LOST-Moore Pen. Finder please, re-
turn to 916 Mary St. or call 307. 141
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,
IT SOUNDS funny, but there's money
in it for students with any sort of
salesmanship ability. For particu-
lars call or phone Hascall, 630 Hav-
en, 2-5 P. M. 1235-J. 141-3
FURNITURE REPAIRING, refinishing,
upholstering, recaining. Verne
Smith, 1219 So. University. Phone
EXCELLENT GRAVEL delivered to
any part of the city. Killins, 107
First Nat. Bank Bldg. Phone 1621.
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
r 'M Y
- Our food is the best
- Our prices are right -
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. ~Iiluil "
Ou pHou rright .
5p.m.t7 p. m.
8 a. m. to 7:30 p. m.-
Doesn't Summery Weather
Make You Want
You'll want them still more when you
see the lovely new dresses, the smart
skirts and blouses, and the new silk
stockings and neckfixings, at the Hutzel
Come tomorrow and see them! Prices
are temptingly moderate!
.NTED-Ten table boarders.
ate Boarding House. Home
2g. 523 Forest Ave.
'ANTED-TwO o three light house-'
keeping rooms by June first. Call
Cuthbert, 1633-J. 140-3
OR RENT-Suite of two rooms. Will
accommodate two or three persons.
One and one-half blocks from cam-
pus, 414 E. William. Phone 1780-M.
OR RENT-Housekeeping apartment,
two rooms, semi-private bath. Near
campus and> downtown. 203 So.
Thayer St. 139-3
LOST AND FOUND.
OST-Small leather note-book, size
41-2x7 in or near Engineering Bldg.
Main and Liberty Streets
FOR SALE-Canoe. Call 1252-M be-
tween 6 and 7 P. M. V. H. Cook.
FOR SALE-One May Festival Cau-
FOR Pll rao r,- d