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Home-made Candies
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Discount on ;Uox Candies
218'S. MN. STiET

Class Food

6 a.m. Close 11 p.m

Phone 166

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WILLIAM HOCHREIN

ing, Steam and Hot Water Heating
Repairing a' specialty

Phone 525

211 S. Fourth Ave

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AEGIS".FROCKS,
"Smart frocks 'without smart shops'
I F YOU would like to have charming one-piece sum-
mer frocks all made anid, delivered to you at the very
minimum of cost, write to us now. One of the clever='
est designers in this country creates our models. They,
are made to order in standard sizes. Fashionable slip-
over. types. ,Neither fabrics nor models are foud in
shops. These are nicely shown in the simple fold'er we"
will send 'you..
Organ 1 221 0 Lines.Sis
Tissue Ginghams _______ DottedSws
Aegis workmanship is very finished. Detaclte 'collar,
and cuffs.' French hand-made flowerettes, Ample hems.
No 'two frocks ever alike. Write at once for our unique
style folder and samples which make it easy for you to
order. Address

r- There will be a Mus'Ica' Hore-
,i!7i~no , as ivnsback ride at the Coliseum Friday
Sprng ashonsnight. Practice from 9 to 12 A. M. ad
Seen On C m CS t 5P, M. on Friday., In the eve-
Ca p sW1~ig visitors are welcome- re
______________________________your mounts now if you wish to ride.
Co-eds have come back from spring- Mullison%'s-Riding Stables. Phone
vacation fortified with new clothes.' Annual spring tryouts of the Athena 7-F2-Ad.)
What are the styles? Well, her skirts Literary society will be held Tuesday __________
are worn as short as~ mother will al- night, May 3, in the Alpha Nu room. Try a Classified Ad for results.-Adv.
low, plus two inches cut' off after she TrotfrthSeirpawllb
gets back to school. As to color, suf-_
ficient sand will be worn in coats and eldonid 3o to o'clock,ayaft- R E_ W A - ,
sweaters to "supply sand piles for aeno n fo1 o1 ocok a- ~~
whol kidergrte. Gry i fai urday morning in Sarah Caswell
whl idratn ryi Angelal.For information cocer-
into white for evening wear. Anellal. -ig whereabuts . p erson
Sport skirts and sweaters with a artiall' cid se unn.
dash of red somewhere seem to be The last,, chance for senior women Oiaey Hlc.seenabrunn ng
the" most popular for campus, wear.I to order commencemet invitations on 31 VWedHrnstabouigt.1
Spring suits of navy blue are nt so will be -fromn 2 to 4 o'clock Friday o'lckWdesangt
much In vogue this year as before. It University hall.. _FEsJAQOB3
is noted with great relief that head ,
gear does not present that lop sided Girls who are iterested in acting as Call 920"R
effect caused by feathers, which was councillors -at sutmmer camps may o-
no noticeable -last -winter. Hats are t ain information concerning the mat-
;generally neat and tailored of "light ter at Newberry hall. "' B US LIN
straw or horse hair braid.' , I ' 'Aflh U rfl III YYY IIAUU Ii
The hair will be wrn off the ears Rehearsals of the University Girls'f lIli UIl)IA l IU I
and dreseed close to~ the head. Glee club will be h.eld' at 7:15 o'clock Central Stadard TIimey
Sun
Thus Phi -Beta Kappa types can be Friday night and at 1 o'clock S┬žatur- NORiTHu Wek Pday
easly econizd. eriusl spak-day afternoon in Barbour gymnasium. 'v.Adrian-Main Corners..... A. 4:0P.M
ing8:g, however, Michigan women are ' ____IT' ecuseh-Main Corners.8:25440
T 1v. Clinton-Main Corners....845 5:0
characterized by a uniformity and dis- Any dormitories, sororities, or iv.,'Sln-anCre....:5 :0
play of common sense' in dress which league houses in the baseball tourna- Ar. Annror-Main & Huron... .o :o 6:25
is rare in the case of the average [ment who wish to use Palmer field for SUTH P.M. P.m.
pracicemaysignup or oursalltheLv. Ant Arbor-Hluron& 4th Ave. 4:35 70
modern girl. 'pratc ainupfrhuso h Lv. Saline-Main Corners.....5:0o 7:35
-athletic bulletin board in BarbourI Lv. Clinton-Main Corners...... 6:oo 8:5
ILv. Tecumseh-Main Corners..6:o 8 :5'
lE R T NU S Sgymnasium. - Ar. Adrian-Main Corners...... r:oo g:25
DEROT URE
TO CONFER HERE All University women will be enter- I-
Itaned at an nformal at home given
Delegates from the Farrand training b hefromid3ntsof5 oclocyFriayaft-
school for nurses' at Harper hospital, ,huefo 3t 'lc rdyat
Detroit, will come to Ann Arbor Sat- eno.Te farwlltk h
urday noon for a conference with. the pldace of the regular Wmen's league fy,0 5
~nurses' unit of the Y. W. C. Aj.;Miss partk.
Stella Dueringer, student secretary of
Ms)There will be a meeting of all vol-
the .Detroit city Y, W C. A., and Missyoil eviewrkr a h
Anna McClaskey, an instructor in the ndrscasevewkr ath
traiingscholwillaccmpay te Homoeopathic :hospital at 4 :15 o'clock
girls to Ann Arbor. Arrangements Friday in Newberry hall. Mrs. Hi. S.Frpredeci s
Mallory will speak to them on their candypeCrfection, try
have been made at Harper hospital by work at the hospital.
which the nurses will have from Sat-___ a Burpe d cotl ate/
urdhy morning until Monday morn-:
igofdt.Rehearsals for -"The Importance of covered nogat bar.
Being Earnest" this week will be as
Miss Marguerite Stuart, secretary in Sc and00
the central field for professional wom- follows:' Friday at 2 o'clock, Ceily, at yordealer's
enwil bethepricipl seakr. heOwendolen,. Jack and Algernon.
en, wil eheprnip,,peke.h
will give several talks during the j
confrene o th V. . C A.andits All freshmen and sophomores inter-
rltotosuetgop.ested in trying out ,for class baseball '
reainttdn rus teams should report at the following.
practices: Sophomores at 4 o'clock r
ANN ARBOR SCOUTS Monday, and freshmen at 5 o'clock
PREPARE FOR RALLY Monday..
The Ann Arbor Cuncil of the Boy Girls who have not returned their
Scous o Amric 4s reprin anjunior Girls' play costumes must do
annual spring r ally foi Saturday, but;s toco fte nedt ke
in event of rain it will be postponed tete r euse osn
unti th folowng eek h events check covering the, entire cost to Har-
untilthe fllowng ~ l~e et Gustin, 22, 1520 South niversity'
are to be held at West park, Ann Ar-
bor.avne
An extensive program has been ar-"
rangd whch wll kep te scuts There will be a meeting of all Vol-
busye fromc9:15inl th e ringuntilunteer social service xworker4lAt the L a t
tasy are ou:1 ne-m8o'lockutailomoeopathic hospital at 4:15 o'clock "FR 'D
tasaesudda 'lc htnight. All the many duties that a FIriday afternoon in Newberry hal., Real, full enjoyment comies to t e
scout has to know how to perform Mrs. H. S. Mallory will 'speak to themj man' or woman who is an esy
will be gone through. This inicludes ton therwork at the oe h reitrs ospa~itaL l lotaii4,'dtrae anceort pe
It s'nolon er ne ess ry tospen d
mkn lieb frcinbadgnto attend.h a large publc dancing clara-where
knot tying, and tent pitching, you gt littl or no attention.
Captain Horn, of the military sci -- l uirgrswohv eoie kSse 'o
eilncec partmenttheoUpiseraty1025money with Caroline Leonard. '22, .may M i ntuio
wil nset hesou to pa obtain :a refund of the same b calling GIVES ,YOU REAL, INDIVIDUAL
o'clock. The result of this ins pecinATE TI1 You calearnto dnce.
wit decide the rtn of thetros. from 3 to 5 o'clock today at Barbour in the privacy of your own rom-
ratngtrop. wthutmusic -wtotaprnr
Rally prizes are to be given to the gymnasium. Practice tuany time ywttou plarer.
mosteffiienttrooNew Diagram MethliL Eaily tin.
p derstood -quickly learned- awie
msefiintro.Horse' Stops York on Naval Bill' remembered.
Washington, April 27.-After an" all- The Peak Instruction Courses ae
EMPLOYES LAY HEAVY CHARG~E striclyup-to-the-second-presenting'
OF "WASTE AGAINST RAIL MEN day fight on disarmament the House the very latest steps of New York's
____was forced tqutwratnht and Chicago's newest dances.
wthouit'reaching a. vote on the naval Sixrty Thousand Sccessfl
Chicago'; April 27.-The railway la- proiaonli ecue mm- Students
bor unions, fighting wage reductions brs' demands f r time in which to air provethe sucess, simplicity and thor..
befoe te rilrod lborboar, i- teiroughnesa of the Peak Sytem of Dance
befoe te rilrad lborboad, n.,Instruction.

creased their charges of waste and in- #_______________v Write today for free Information and"
efficiency'on the part of railroad man- IIite,-estlng booklet of dance facts-
ageamentsfie adforresults.--Adv. loeigati o iinon.fferAT . N
'gmnsby a quarter billion dollars Tya lsiidA o loeiao. WRIT AT QN No o
today. "W HNLRPA rsdn
In asuplemntalexhbitto tat UYTe Peak Schaeil of Dacing, h..
filed last week, setting forth alleged J Il.CALEPAPrsdt

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UK-A NEW NARROW
AKR:ROW
COLLAR
CluetPeabody &.Co. Inc.Troy. N.Y.
sLaw, Medical
and
D ental1 Books
IBought, Sold or
Exchanged

for Motori

Ti~c Only Thing
The Priscilla Dean' Tarn

oks: & Pasfes

Fountain Pens
Metal Pencils

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Biddle's Book Store
11 Nickels Arcade

AEGIS FROCKS
THEI COUdTI Y CLUB Room l5'1S, 225 North Michigan Blvd,.Chicago
u proper individual may find it ad'vantageous to informally represent us: in her territory.
W e will be glad to hear fromn those interested.'

jother's 'Day

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A personally pacIed
'Basket of Chocolates of
your ownf choice

GOS P EL
MEETING
IN
LANEHALL'
FRIDAY EVENING
AT
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Subject: Mark 8:36, 37
"W~hat shall it profit a man,
if he gain the whol; world and
lose his own soul. Or whIat
shall a man give in exchange
for his soul ?"
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-With Us For
AxGood
Home-Made=
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Delicatessen-
G- 119 "E. Liberty -
Phone 8620 oN

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SP.M. ADVERTI SING AT 3 P.M.

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LOST AND FOUND
~~a
-Black-rimmed spectaclesII
sday afternoon, on the west,
'alk of E. University, just be-
[ill. Call for at Secretary's,
143
Black 'bill-fold. Between Dent-
1g. and Cornwell Place. Con-
receipts and money. Notify
LMcCracken. 142-3
Slide-rule in Chubb house,I
S. Name in case. Finder please
uBois. 2034-R. 141-3
k. Phi Sigxner Delta pin. Fid-
tase call '1559-W and receive
d. 143-2
Creep cap on campus or in
stry Bldg. Please call 2291-R.
143-2
ignma Delta Chi pin. , Finder
call, phone 1104. Reward.,
143
xold Elgin watch with initials
G. Call 1104. Reward. 1423-2

WAIFTUD
yWANTED- Several summer salesmen.
Big. money making proposition.
Guaranteed $525 and you can make
much more., For particulars call
Martin Larson, '959. 141-4
NNIANTEDTo rent house suitable for
frater'nity for next school year.
Write Box D. S. P., care of Daily.
/ 141-3

WANTED-Ten table boarders.
vate Boarding House. Ho1'me
ing. 523 Forest Ave.

Pri-
cook-'
138-6'

WANTED-One room near Delta for
Friday night. Call 1366. 142-2
AISCELLANEOUS
IT SOUNDS funny,-, but ~there's money
in it for students with ,any sort of
.&lesmanship ability. For particu-
lars call or phone Hascall, 630 Hay-
en. 2-5 P. M., 1235-J.- 141-S

waste of ,a billion dollars, the em-
ployes charge. that possible savings
totalling $1,276,500,000 could be effect-
ed by the railroads if they would in-
;troduce modern methods in' mainte-
nance.'
OPEN MOUSE AT DORMITORY
. TO REPLACE LEAGUE PARTY
Betsy Barbour dormitory will be at
home to all women of the University
from 3 to '5 o'clock this afternoon.
Mrs.' Mrya- B. Jordan, Mrs. J. R. Ef-
finger, Miss Eleanor: Sheldon, Mar-
guerite Clark, '21,. Edna Groff, '22, and
Jessie McCall, '21, will form the re-
ceiving line. -The 'open house will
take the place of the usual Friday aft-'
ernoon Women's league' party this
week.
Cirola portable phonograph only
$35.00. Thrun Music House.-Adv.
J. L. CHAPMAN
JEWELER, AND OPTOMETRIST
The Store of Rellabllty & Satisfaction
113 South Main Street
XXX A"016R - " ICIAN

40 NoN I
"The first and last
word in real
pipe comfort
This is one o
many styles o
TREBORPIPES
ready for ,our
immediate use
at six dollars.
QoA.REBOR will smoke cool and.
sweet' frqm the start. The. ivgry stop-
per at end of stem: positively prevents
any bad taste, or discomfort.
If you have never smoked a pipe, the
TREBOR will prove a new friend to be'
l~roud of. ~A veteran pipe smoker will,
appreciate the specially seasoned fine old
~briar as an old friend after the first puff.:
Drag in and see the TREBOR at
The Calkins-Fletcher Drug Co.:
The Cushing-Drug'Co. c':!
Imported by
GROSVENOR NICHOLAS & CO.,.TInc.
12 East 48th Street Newy York City

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TO ALL FOREIGN COUNTRIES
PLAN YOUR
EUROPEAN TRIP
WITH

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W.l F. KELLER
412 Natl.. Bank Bldg.

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F~URNTURE REPAIRIN{

FORSAL ;upfl9steriiig, reca u
FOR SLE ISmnith,~ 1219 So. Univel
F-Underwood No. 4 in ex- 675-J.
condition. Draper, 407 E.
phone 860. Call after six EXCELLENT GRAVEL
143-21 any part of the ctty.
F---An oak casec Vict'rnla. First Nat. Bank Bldg.

JG refinishing,
Ring. Verne
ersity. Phone
* 132-13
delivered to
Killins,- 107
Phone 1621.

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