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April 28, 1921 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-04-28

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I'HE MICHIGAN l)AIL'Y

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A. A. Board
SPicnic Sunday
mnic to be given on Sunday
g, May 1, is being planned by
m m eso th Wo e Atisociation board in honor of the
embers.
neans of these plans the old
proposes to welcome the new

members and to get them acquainted
socially as well as, officially.
The party will leave B*.rbour gym-
nasiu~m at 8.45 o'clock and hike to the
boulevard where breakfast will be
served. All members are asked to
attend.
Have you ;lost anything that you
prize' very highly? The Classified
columns of The Michigan Daily are
always ready to serve you.-Adv.

Have you had a
CANOE LUNCH
GREY packed for two?
StEOP__
II Nunnally's Southgrn
Candies -
600 East Liberty=

(HITNEY

THIEATRE

Days starting Thurs. night, May 5th
Matinees _Friday and Saturday
INEXAMPLED WONDER OF THE 20th CENTRY Hera
inest Fve ever seen" "AmAgnificent
- bur angle CbristyqProducin~

Wfomen
Annual spring tryouts of the Athena
Literary society will be held Tuesday
night, May 3, in the Alpha Nu room.
All junior girls who deposited mon-
ey with Caroline Leonard may obtain
a refund from 3 to 5 o'clock Thursday
in Barbour gymnasium.
Wyvern meeting will be held at 7:30
o'clock Thursday night at the Ga-
ma Phi Beta house.
Rehearsals for "The Importance of
Being Earnest" this week will be as
follows : Thursday at 3 o'clock,
Chasuble, Prisim, Cecily, Merriman,
Algernon. At -A4 o'clock, Jack. Fri-
day at 2 o'clock, Cecily, Gwendolen,
Jack and Algernon.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Sarah Caswell Angell chapter of the
D. A. R. will be held at 3 o'clock
Thursday, April 28, at the residence
of Mrs. F. G. Novy, 721 Forest Ave.
The program will consist of reports
from the delegates to the natftnal con-
tinental congress held in Wasjington.
Mortarboard will meet at 7:30
o'clock Thursday evening at the Delta
Gamma house.,
Girls who are interested in acting as
councillors at summer camps may ob-
tain information concerning the mat-
ter at Newberry hal.
Rehearsals of the University Girls'
Glee club will be held at 7:15 o'clock
Thursday and Friday nights and at 1
o'clock Saturday afternoon In Barbour
gymnasium.
Any dormitories, sororitie , or
league houses in the baseball ,tourna-
ment who wish to use Palmer field *for
practice may sign tup for hours on the
athletic bulletin board in Barbour
gymnasium.
All University women will be enter-
taned at an informal at, home givenI
by the residents of Betsy Barbour
house from 3 to 5 o'clock Friday aft-
ernoon. The affair will take the
place of the regular Women's. leagud
party.
Baseball practice for senior and Jun-
ior women~ will be held at 5 o'clock to-j
day at Palmer field. Those who ex-
pect to tryout for the class teams
should be present at this time,
There will be a meeting of all vol-
unteer social service workers at the
Homoeopathic hospital at 4:15 o'clock
Friday in Newberry hall. Mrs.H. S.
Mallory will speak to them on their
work at the hospital.
Tryouts for the Senior play will be
held from 3 to 6 o'clock Friday aft-
ernoon and from 9 to 12 o'clock, Sat-
urday morning in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall.
The last chance for senior women
to order commenement invitations
wTill be from 2 to 4 o'clock Friday in
University hall.
NURSES' Y.W.A.'
TO HOLD COUNCIL

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$15, $20 to $39.50

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NO CONNECTION WITH ANY OThER =IIR,
§lnnouncoing
New Arrivals of
aSummer
Negligees and
Breakfast
Coats
NEGLIGEES of Georgette, brocaded sat-
in and Crepe de Chine in light pastel shades
with trimmings of shadow lace, filet lace and.
rosebuds. Garments fashioned so charming
as to. meet the requirements of the most
fashionable woman. We are showing re-
markable values at

BREAKFAST COATS in both taffeta
and satin. Fashioned in full length models
in all light pastel shades, also navy blue and
black. Entirely new trimming effects and
new shaped pockets. Garments that are
very fashionable for, summer morning wear,
$10, $15 to $22.50

Rr. r i w wn. .
a. .. ,

JI L. CHAPMAN
JEWELER AND) OPTOMETRIST
The Store of Reliability & Satisfaction
113 South Naln Street

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WH Y

DO YOU
SUPPOSE

ANN ARBOR.

MCIQA

Courteous and satisfactory,
TREATMENT to every Custom-!
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann arbor Savnig Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $625,000.00
Resourcesi......$5,000,000.00
707 North University Ave.
Northwest Cor. Matun & Huron

TUTTLE'S

Sleep Anyplace But
Lat at Rex'93
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 ARBOR' STREET
Near State and Packard

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"A Workof Superb
Ar-8rU d~kTyD ms. "W orth $10 a S ar
-- ro15bt Nerd
AN 'I H TDr aaPaintin, fPoetry , music .
Famous Dramatic Story, of the same Title, accmuu
parried. by a selected Orchestra of 30 Symphony Players
NOTE-Oig to cost of production and io ,~n
contact, sWayDown East" will never be preo-
seated anywhere except at First-Class Theatro Pri aes.
EAT ON SALE MONDAY, mail Orders.Now. PRICES: Nights Orchestra
.50, $2.00-Balcony $1.00, $1.59 -Gallery 599 - Matinees Orchestra $1, 1.40
alcony $1.0, -.Gallery 50c°

T1HIS
COLUMN
CLOSES I
AT 3 P.M.I

LASSIFIE Con' N
CLOSES
ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

_WANTED
ANTED=Several summer salesmen.
ig money making proposition.
Guaranteed $525 and you can make
much more. For particulars call'
Martin Larson, 959. 141-4
ANTED--AVomnan clerk in stationery
store furll'time; also experienced
nale stenographer full, or part time.
D. D. Morrill, 17 Nickel's Arcade.
141-2
ANTED - Students for profitable
ummer salesmanship wprk. To
arn $200 or more a month., See
Zeiter, Room 222, Nickel's Arcade.
142-3
ANTED - Competent stenographer
3nd typist, part or whole time. G-.
SWhipple, 105 Tappan Hall.
?hone 1867. . 140-3
A.NTED-Cook or chef for remain-
er of this year and probably next.
Address Box F. H., care of Daily.
_________141-2
kNTED-Twa or three light house-
:eeping rooms by June first. Call
;tthbert, 1633-J. 140-3
kNTED-Oise room near Delta for
'riday night. Call 1366. 142-2.
FOR SALE
R SALE;-Butescher silver plated C
nelody Saxaplione. Best offer made
akes it. Will consider trade on an
b. Hear it at Armory. Call 1198-J,
11 Thompson. 13

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Black leather Le Fax note-
book containing outlines of debates
and talks. Reward. Roy E. Yokes,
1100-J. 140-3
LOST-Black bill-fold. Between Dent-
al-Bldg. and Cornwell Place. Con-
tained receipts and money. Notify
1110-R.__McCracken. --- 142-3
LOST-Slide-rule in ChubbS house,
April 8. Name in case. Finder please
call DuBois. 2034-R. 141-3
LOST-Small purse at Tuttle's "or in
Arcade -Tuesday morning. Reward.
Call 885-W. 141-.2
LOST-Gold Elgin watch with initials
M. E. G. Call 1104. Reward. 142-2
MISCELLANEOUS
IT SOUNDS funny, but there's money
in it for students with any sort of
salesmanship ability. For particu-
lars call or phone iHascall, 630 Hav-
en, 2-5 P. M. 1235-J. 141-3
ITURNITURE REPAIRING, refirtlishing,
upholstering, recaining. Verne
Smith, 1219 So. University. Phone
675-J. 132-13
EXCELLENT GRALVEL delivered to
any part of the. city. Killins, 107
First. Nat. Bank Bldg. Phone 1621.3
136-12 1
WANTED
WANTED-To rent house suitable for,
fraternity for next school year.
Write Box D. S. P., care of' Daily.
141-3t

A cabinet council of the Y. W. C. 44.
from the Farrand training' school in
Harper's hospital, Detroit, and the
local unit of the Y. W. C. A. for mem-
bers of the University and Homoeo-
pathic hospitals, will be held 4~ Ann
Arbor Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Marguerite Stuart, secretary
for professional women in the central
field, will come to Ann Arbor for the
conference to talk to the girls on the
meaning of membership in the Y. W.
C. A., and its relation to students.
The advisory committee for. the
nurses unit of the Y. W.' C. A. will
help to entertain the guests.
This conference is one of the first
of its kinid to be held.
WESLEYAN G~UILD WILL- HOLD'
PICNIC TOMORROW NIGH~T
Wesaley~an guild' of the Methodist
church will have its first picnic of
the season tomorrow evening. All
the members are requested to meet
at the 'church at 6:15 o'clock.
Any person not able to be there by
that time can go directly to the fire-
place on the boulevard. It will not;
be necessary to bring a lunch as this
requirement of a successful picnic
will be furnished.
Wouldn't you rather have your text
books mimeographed on smooth paper
and pay 15c more for a book of a
hundred pages?, lwsarcl Bros., 310
S. State t-Adv.

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.LE-An oak case
914 S. State St.

Victrola.
142-2

.LE-Canoe. Call X252-M be-
6 and 7 P. M. V. H. Cook.
140-3

WANTED-Tien table boarders.
vate 'Boarding House. Home
ing. 523 Forest Ave.

Pri-
cook-
188-6

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