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qHT LUNCHES
[N ARBOR
BAR BOWL
our beautiful combs for
;ts' Ball. Saunder's Hair

INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN TO
SOCIAL SERVICE WORKERS
Miss Imogene Poole, head of the
social service department at the Uni-
versity hospital, gave a short talk to
the service workers of the hospital
yesterday afternoon. She spoke of the
two types of hospital service work,
the recreational and educational kind,
and the intensive case work. She
stressed the need for intensive case
work in the local hospital and, ex-
plained that this type of work is the
goal toward which all socialservice
workers should aim.

le May Victor Records

Are. Here!.

BRIGHT, SNAPPY, POPULAR TUNES

BEAUTIFUL CLASSIC RECORDS BY THE BEST ARTISTS
.8-I Passed By Your Window by Frances Alda..............$1.25
:5-Traviata by Galli-Curci.............................125
7-On Miami Shore by Kreisler...... ........ ....1.25
S-Mazie-Fox Trot by All Star Trio with Orchestra.........85
Answer-Fox Trot by All Star Trio gith Orchestra
9-Kiss A Miss-Waltz by J. C. Smith's Orchestra.......... .85
Romance-Waltz by J. C. Smith's Orchestra
7-Why Don't You-Marimba Medley Fox Trot.............1.35
Siren of a Southern Sea by All Star Trio and their Orch.
AND MANY OTHERS NOT LISTED HERE
UP-TO-THE-MINUTE SERVICE

women
There will be no Women's league
party on Friday afternoon of this
week.
There will be a hockey game be-
tween juniors and seniors at 5 o'clock
today at Palmer field.
The playground class will meet at
4 o'clock today in Barbour gymnas-
ium.
Initiation of the new members of
the Women's Educational club will be
held at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening
at Martha Cook ,building. Senior wo-
men will please wear caps and gowns.
Women who need collars for senior
gowns may secure them from Irma
Schreiber, '21, 1204 Hill street.
Stage practice for the Girls' Glee
club will be held at 7:15 o'clock Wed-
nesday and Thursday nights in Bar-
hour gymnasium.
All student members of the Y. W.
C. A. are requested to be present at
an important meeting which will be
held at 3:30 o'clock Wednesday after-
noon at Newberry hall. Gertrude
Boggs, '22, president-elect of the Y.
W. C. A., urges that all girls attend
in order that thequestion of a future
policy may be discussed.
Any dormitories, sororities, or
league houses in the baseball tourna-
ment who wish to use Palmer field for
practice may sign up for hours on the
athletic bulletin board in Barbour
gymnasium.
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 a
check covering the entire cost to Har-
riet Gustin, '22, 1520 South University
avenue.
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.
League Meeting Scheduled Today
An important meeting of all women
students 'will be held at 4:30 o'clock
this afternoon at Newberry hall to
consider Y. W. C. A. policies for the
coming year.
There has been some dissension
among the 'members, as well as crit-
icism of the present policies, and the
new officers are very anxious that
plans for next year be settled now.
An open discussion will take place
for'the purpose of securing the opin-
ions of all the women on the cam-
pus.
The question of withdrawal from
the S. C. A.- will be brought up for
consideration.
Peaches! Peaches! Large Vize can
in heavy syru for two bits this week
at Schultz Grocery.-Adv.
Beautiful line of cAmbs for the
Architects' Ball. Saunder's Hair Shop.
-Adv.

Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869°
Capital and Surplus, $625,000.00
Resources .........$5,000,000.00
707 North University Ave.
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron

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State and William

Are in Ann Arbor all this week on the
PACKA RD ST. SH OW G ROUN DS
Several High Class Shows Riding Devices
3 Beautiful Sensations Uniform Brass Band
This is the first big Carnival of the seasod. A great
re'frneeryne!roral hswekorh
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CARS RUN TO THE SHOWGROUNDS
Don't miss the Beautiful Electric Spectacular at 7:30 Tonight
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Schaeberle & Son Music House
110 S. Main St.

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TA6 MhAs 094. W& PAT. Orr.

LOW HEEL WALKING

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SHOES

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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 black and brown calf..
PRICE $10.00

TODAY AND BALANCE OF WEEK

alk-Over Boo Shop
115 South M'ain Street

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L-A'SSIFIE.- CoM
CLOSES
ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

M A K C
A RROW
COLLARS
Cluett.Peaboy frCo.tnc.Tryo.Y.

WANTED

( FOR SALE

-Salesmen fdr summer pro-
Guaranteed $525.00. Should
ice that. For particulars,
rtin Larson, 959.r146-2
-Men to sell to dealers. Lib-
umissions. Write for par-
Wilder Mfg. Co., St. Louis,
"145-3
-By June 25th, an unfurn-
use or apartment, for a long
Write Box L. S., Daily. 145-3
-Five summer students to'
ith private family. Write
., Michigan Daily. 146-2
-Use of several canoes for
trip. ,Will pay $5 for each.
phone 1612-W. 146-6
OST AND FOUND'
11 the person who picked up
e in Engineering Bldg., at 11
'hursday,' April 21, please
cNamee? Phone 976-J. 146-2

FOR SALE-Underwood No. 4 in ex-
cellent condition. Draper, 407 E.
Liberty, phone 860. Call after six
o'clock. 143-21.
FOR SALE-GooJ general stamp col-
lection cheap or quick 'sale; drop
card if interested. Box H. M. C.,
Daily. 147
FOR SALE-Student leaving wants to
sell Vaugh Piano-excellent condi-
tion. Call 1771 or 113 W. Summitt.
147-3
FOR SALE-Gibson Mandolin, model A,
yellow face, leather case, $35. 609
Monroe. 147
MISCELLANEOUS
BIG RECORDg madefor Apriln'on
Health and Accident Insurance.
Only a few more good. agencies' left
worth from $500 to $1000 per month
to hustlers for summer vacation.
We want bright active men and will
pay high for them. See me before
May 15th. H. L. Baldwin, 310 State
'St., National Casualtyf Co. 147-211
EXCELLENT GRAVEL delivered to
any part of the city. Killins, 1071
First Nat. Bank Bldg. Phone 1621.
x36-121

NOR TN W ESTE R N
NIVIERSIT
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
LAW SCHOOL I
(The Oldest Law School in
Chicago)
Summer Session from Monday,
June 20 to Saturday, August 20.
Fall term begins Monday, Sep-
tember 26.
Candidates for a degree are re-
quired to present proof of sat-
isfactory completion of three
years of college study.
college graduates may complete
the lawscourse in three academ-
ic years (27, months); for all
others four academic years (36
months) is required.
For bulletins and detailed infor-
mation, address. Secretary of the
Law School, Northwestern Uni-
versity Building, 31 West Lake
Street, Chicago, Ill.

h loe the gir
Shall love in a
Because she loves
does,
We call her th
The song of a Spa

1 in the mill by the
fatal hour:
with the love she
e Passion Flower."
anish peasant that

JOSEPH M. SCHENCK presents opened a rnoth
NO0RALMA 'u G

er's eyes

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How ,She Loves!
How She Smiles!
How She Dances.

as Acacia, the girl who hated against love,
in Jacinto Benavente's emotion play
"THE PASSION FLOWER"
Norma Talmadge as you have never seen her
before, in a play that glitters with the fire of
Spain.
DIRECTED BY HERBERT BRENTON

REMEMBER
The Stage
Presentation
Wonderful.
The Screen
Exceeds All
Imazinations!

AY-DIOS

thesis. Please notify
1313-J. Harold T.
146-3

I

AND COMEDY, HOLY SMOKE - ARCA

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