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NOTICE

ELECTION NOMINATIONS

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If the following organizations
do not pay their bills to the 1921
i Michiganensian immediately they
will be denied space in next
year's issue.
Cabinet \club,
Delta Sigma Rho,
Griffins,
Girls' Glee club, Sch. of Music,
Galens,
1921 Pharmics,
Sigma Delta Chi
Stylus,
Student Christian association,
Triangles,- '
Westerners club.
E. R. SUNDERLAND,
Business Manager,
Board in Control -of Student
Publications.
MABEL S. TOLFORD SHOP willE
look after those dainty summer frocks
for you. 721 N. University-Adv.

5c and 10,-
at your dealer's

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Mary F. Minnis, Chiropodist,
r with Mack and Co., will be
aunder's Hair Shop, Tuesday,
week. Phone 2673-M for ap-
its.-Adv. /
Eflassified Ad for results,-Adv.

Refrigerators
Lawn Mowers
Lawn Hose
Garden Seeds
Garden Tools
Paints and Oils

Varnishes
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Canp Grids
Auto Accessories & Tires
Screen Wire
Poultry Wire,
Flower Guard

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All class and campus organ-
izations are urged by the StudentI
council to submit at once the
names of all candidates for of-
fice. These lists must be in the
hands of the committee by May
1 at the latest. Letters should
.be addressed to D. J. Thorp,
chairman of election committee,
Michigan Union.
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Annual spring tryouts of the Athena
Literary society will be held Tuesday
night, May 3, in the Alpha Nu room.
Any dormitories, sororities, or
league houses in the baseball tqurna-
ment who wish to use Palmer field for
practice may sign up for hours on the
athletic bulletin board in Barbour
gymnasium.
All freshmen and sophomores inter-
ested in trying out for class baseball
teams should report at the following
practices: Sophomores at 4 o'clock
Monday, and freshmen at 5 o'clock
Monday.
Girls who have not returned their
Junior Girls' play costumes must do
so at once, or if they intend to keep
them, they are requested to send
check covering the entire cost to Har-
riet Gustin, '22, 1520 South University
avenue.
Hockey practice for junior and sen-
iors will be held at 4 o'clock on Mon-
day. The*games will be"played this
spring on account of the bad weather
last fall. This will be the only chance
for practice before the tournament.
Regular class baseball practice will
be held as follows: Juniors and sen-
iors at 5 o'clock Tuesdays and Thurs-
days; sophomores at 4 o'clock on Mon-
days; freshmen at 5 o'clock on Mon-
days.
All n~bers of the old and new
Athletic assogiation boards will meet
at 8:45 o'clock this morning at Bar-
bour gymnasium for the picnic.
The next meeting of the Michigan
Dames will be held at 8 o'clock Tes-
day evening in Lane hall. B. M. Don-
aldson, instructor in the fine arts de-
partment, will talk on "How to Judge
a Picture." Dames will please remem-
ber to 'bxing their flower fund money.
Freshman Girls' Glee club will re-
hearse at 4:30 o'clock Monday after-
noon in Barbour gymnasium.
150 GIRLS TRYOUT
FOR SENIOR PLAY
Approximately 150 women tried out
for Senior Girls' play on Friday after-
noon and Saturday morning in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall. Trials of speak-
ing and dancing were made and data
collected as to height, coloring and
the like, for use in arrangement of
choruses.
Prof. J. L. Brumm, director, and the
play committee will make selection of
cast and chorus parts and notify the
women chosen early nextweek. Prac
tices will begin shortly afterward.
The play committee is as follows:
Katrina Schermerhorn, chairman, Ale-
tha Yerkes, and Marcella Moon, as-
sistant chairmen; Helen Master, prop-
erty; Alice Hinkson, program; Mar-

guerite Clark, publicity; Irene Rosen-
berg, music; Mildred Sherman, lyrics;
Quinneth Summers, costume; and
Gladys Reineke, finance.
Cary Improving from Operation
John C. Cary, '22L, Student council-
man and candidate for president of the
Student council, who was operated on
for appendicitis at the University hos-
pital last Thursday morning, Is im-
proving steadily, according to a late
report from the hospital.

Miss Mary F. Minnis, Chiropodist,
formerly with Mack and Co., will be
at the Saunder's Hair Shop, Tuesday
of every week. Phoe 2673-M for ap-
pointments.-Adv.
1921 MAY 1921
S M T W T F S
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Men: Last season's hats turn-
ed inside out, refinished and re-
blocked with all new trimmings
look just like new, wear just as
long and saves you five to ten
dollars. We do only high class
work. Factory Hat Store 617
Packard St. Phone 1792.

ENE RGINE
Is
S surprising
dirt loosener-
You can be sure
that
the most delicate fabric
will be returned
absolutely spotless
and uninjured.
Energine
replaces all
other )solvents known
In dry cleaning
processes.
You may be
sure that it
leaves no odor
in your garment.
Have yo r garment
cleaned the
Swissilizing
way.

EVERY TIME YOU
SEE A FIRE
you are reminded of the possibility
of such a disaster overtaking your
own property. You should be pro-
tected against such a loss, and you
can be protected for a very little
money. Grant us an interview and
we will quickly'demonstrate to you
the economy and desirability of our
Fire Ins-urance Policies.
BUTLER
INSURANCE
.209 NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.

Phone
2508'

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W ..G7&oDYEAR COMPANY
S aters and S ts for Spo
The Sweaters: THE unusual vogue of te tuxedo-style sweater'
surprisig for it is -a most attractive conception.
silk and wool formations give it considerable promi
However, sweaters in waist styles, tie-back mode]
blouse-back effects have an almost equal popularity
Such colorings as jade, cascade, flame, tan, ru
mato, orchid, white and coral are responsible in no
degree for the exceptional beauty evidenced in the]
colored series. Navy blue, brown, purple and blac
the most featured of the darker shades. It is qui
thing for collar and cuffs to be in tones of extrem
trast
These sweaters are in many ways the most cha
developments for sports wear that fashion has s
n $8.75 to $27.50.
(SECOND FLOOR)
HE styles of sports skirts, whether they be ofs
etsTofwool, are indeed varied. From the simple b
trancing models in plain colors to those with broads
in brilliant hues, there is everything that one might
me. And some of the brightly colored striped on
the way, are going to be among the smartest that
worn this season.
As regards the silk weaves, we can quote c
crepe, satin, crepe de chine, tricolette and baronet
= Their colors cover the entire range. Two skirts Hof
lette will immediately catch one's fancy. They are
ioned with simple lines. One has alternating strir
blac'k and white; the other, tan and blue, $15.
silk skirts, $15 to $27.50.
_ In wool skirts there are checked velours and
in every color that one desires for sports, and in
style. $12.50 to $25.
(SECOND FLOOR)
Also, Hose:II
Phoenix Fancy Silk Hose in brown with drop stitch, $3
a pair.. In brown lace, $4. In black with clocks of self color,
$3.50.
La France Silk Hose in seal brown; all sizes. $2.50 a pair.
(MAIN FLOOR)

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TIS THIS
CLOSES CLOSES
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Leather notebook with this se-
mester's notes enclosed. Name D. P.
Joyce on inside cover. Will the
finder please return same to Daily
' .office? 145-1
LOST-A small black leather pocket-
book containing money order. Jose-
phine Barton, 1008 Hill St. Phone
1508-J. Reward. 144-2
LOST-A black leather history note-
book in Physics lab. W)ill finder
please call 2493. Reward. 144-2
LOST-Friday night, small gold fili-
gree watch. Return to 511 Monroe
St. Reward. 145
LOST - Gold Masonic charm from
watch fob. Finder please call Thorn,
783. 145
LOST-Friday evening, Gamma Ph
Beta pin. Call 2325. Reward. :145-3

FOR SALE
FOR SALE--Buescher silver plated ,C
., Melody Saxaphone. Best offer made
takes it. Will consider trade on .an
Eb. Hear it at .Armory. Call 1198-J.
311 Thompson. 13
FOR SALE - No. 5 Blinckensderfer
portable typewriter. In good con-
dition. Cheap-a bargain. Phone
Marston, 1951-R, 555 Packard St.
145-2
FOR4 SALE-Sixty-five dollar Wurlit-
zer Banjorine for $25. This instru-
ment is as good as new. Phone
2205-R at noon. 145-2
WANTED
WANTED-Men to sell to' dealer s. Lib-
eral commissions. Write for par-
ticunlars. Wilder Mfg. Co., St. Louis,
Mo. 145-3
WANTED-To rent house suitable for
fraternity for next school year.
Write Box 1. S. P., care of Daily.
144-3

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stripes
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canton
satin.
trico-
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plaids
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SENIOR LITS!

Several seniors have sent in
checks for their Invitations and
have no bank balance. These
checks must be made good today
in order to have their orders, go
in with the others. No invita-
tions will be ordered for these
seniors unless this matter is at-
tended to.
SENIOR LIT INVITATION
COM JITTEE.

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Want anything? If you want what
you want, when you want it, use a
Want Ad in the Michigan Daily.-Adv. I:7911111111

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