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May 05, 1921 - Image 6

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Lomen I
be no Women's leagite
ay afternoon of this1
:e for the Girls' Glee
.eld at 7:15 o'clock to-
ur gymnasium.
-for dances this com-
lare as follows: At
lay-Mrs. Yates Adams;
s Martha Hills; at the{
y - Mrs. F. P. Wdrd;
*H. G. Berger.
ion of Collegiate Alum-
Marion L. Burton, will

ning, May 7, from 7 to 9 o'clock, at
the home of President Burton. Sen-
iors are requested to wear caps and
gowns.
Athena Literary society will hold
its second selective tryout at 7 o'clock'
tonight in the Alpha Nu room. All
members are urged to be present.
Dean Effinger to Attend National Meet
Dean John R. Efinger, of, the liter-
ary college, leaves Ann Arbor today,
for Washington, D. C., where he will
represent the University at the Na-
tional Council of Education, which is
meeting this week in that city.
Beautiful line of combs for the'
Architects' Ball. Saunder's Hair Shop.
-Adv.

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COMINO HERE SOON
"THE SCOFFERS"
A First National Pioture

LAST TIMES TODAY

OM"

MOORE

IN A GOLDWYN PICTURE

he Great.Acident"
There's a love story in "The Great Accident" that's
as sweet and as tender as any love story ever told.
Come and see Tom Moore in his very bestiole.

NEXT YEARS POLICIES
DISCUSSED B1 TW C.A1.
At the All-campus meeting of wom-
en which was held yesterday afternoon
for the puropse of discussing Y. W. C.
A. policies forthe coming year, Ger-
trude Boggs, '22, presided and outlined
several possible plans on which to
work.
These plans will be published in
full in Saturday's Daily, and another
meeting will be held' at 4 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon at Newberry hall
to further discuss and vote on the
plans. It is necessary that all women
on the campus give full consideration
to each plan in order to avoid 'con-
troversy next year.
FIRST ACT tEADS CHOSEN
FOR SENIOR GIRLS' PLAY
Leading cast memers of the first
act of Senior Girls' play, who were re-
cently appointed, will hold a rehearsal
at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall. Selections for
choruses and cast in the other two
acts will be made in the next few days,
Senior women included in. Friday's
practice are as follows: Frances
Maire, Helen Vowles, Margaret O'Reil-
ly, Naomi. Neubeck, Marie Crozier,
Anne Lindemulder, Margaret Colcord
Grace Ohlmacher, Helen Bailey, Beu-
lah Broin,, and Amelia Igel.
APPLICATIONS FOR COMBINED
COURSES MUST BE MADE NOW
Applications for admission to the
combined curricula in letters and
medicine, law, or denta surgery
should be handed to Registrar Arthur
G. Hall at once. This applies to stu-
dents who desire to enter upon double
registration next September.
Applicants must have completed the
total number of hours and all the pre-
scribed literary studies, while their
work in the literary college must have
given them one and one-third times
as many honor points as hours.
If you want to do some selling this
summer butdon't like the book or
brush business, see Maleaux &c Clark,
210 S. Thayer St., upstairs. Hors
3:00 to 5:30 and 6:30 to 8:00 P. M
Adv./
Girls' see our beautiful combs for
the Architects' Ball. Saunder's Hair
Shop-Adv.
Visit
Mrs. Stoddard's
Shop
Rain Water Sham-
poos, Marcel and
Water Waving,
Manicuring for
Ladies and Gentle-
men.
77 N. University
(Upstairs)
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$7.50

$25.00 and up

Piquant modes that are distinctive and wholly dif-
ferent from those to be found in ordinary shops, de-
lightfully developed in bright, sheer fabrics and
made up in the most careful and painstaking man-
ner.
Cay flowered voiles with organdy collars and with
narrow organdy ruffles. Check and plaid gingham
frocks with cuffs and vestees adorned with organdy
ruffles. Dotted swisses in.a broad choice of novel
styles. -Third Floor.
Exclusive Showing of
New Bathing Apparel

CORNER WOODWARD & STATE
NO CONNECTION WITH ANY OTHER STORE

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Misses' and Women's

Debonair

Summer Frocks
of Voiles and Ginghams

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$10

- $15

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COMEDY "VELVET FINGERS"

TRUBEY
Home-made Candies
and Box Candies
Discount on D/lx Candies
218 S. MAIN STREET
Phone 166

a

Courteouai and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account he la09e
or small.

WHY

1

DO YOU
SUPPOSE

The Ann Arbor Sau nas Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, 6W5,O00.00
\Resources.........65,000,000.0
707 North University Ave,
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron

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TUTTLE'S
IS ALWAYS.
CROWDED?

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Iu schur

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1'Y ,

" TRU-TQN L"
Saxophones
Mierit Their
Country- Wide
Poularity

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Phone Orders
Promptly Filled

Mail Orders
Promptly Filled

We 'be the celebrated
luescher Saxoph
In Practically all rNod,
.Come in and let demonstrate thes
easy-to-play instruments fory
a slightest obligation. Prices com
1.68 Convenient payments arrang

ines
se popu-
you-not
mence at

STORE OPENS 8:30

EST. 1857

STORE CLOSES 5:30

Dr

Martha

Turner

will be with us two days

..,..fit

Zed.

Grnnell Bros.
Everything in the Realm of Mlusic

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sr6
S. Plain
Street"

II

Friday and Saturday

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LASSIF IE COLUMN
CLOSES
ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

She is returning by request t
finish her course of lectures sh

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gave here last week on

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WANTED
iD- Ambitious students for
able sales work during vaca-
Opportunities for making big
ythis summer, selling our up-
e Maps and Atlases; were
before equalled. Exceptional
sitions for those who have had
lence in this line. Can use
Lexperienced also. If you are
to employment, write us, giv-
etails in first letter. Rand Mc-
& Co., Chicago, Ill. 148-2
D- To rexchange 3 complete
e May Festival Tickets in sec-
alcony, 7th row, for seats in
balcony or main floor. Will
ifference. Phone 2672-R. 148-2
ID-Men to sell brushes dur-
ummer. Good money making
stion. Call 1268 between 6:15
:15 evenings, or write 1007 E.
148-21
LOST AND FOUND
-One Fountain pen with initials
S. on gold band. Phone 1751-J.
d. . 148-2
RHeine thesis. PleasA notify

FOBRSALE
FOR SALE-Student leaving wants to
sell Vaugh Piano-excellent condi-
tion. Call 1771 or 113 W. Summit
147-3
MISCELLANEOUS
BIG RECORDS made for April 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 Casualty Co. 147-21
MR. AND MRS. Davis and daughter,
Nina, are traveling by foot from De-
troit to the Pacific Coast carrying
their entire camping outfit in an
Auto-Wheel Coaster Wagon. They
are displaying their entire outfit in
our Washington St. window. Very
interesting to see. Come and see
the window. John C. Fischer Co.,
105 E. Washington. 148
WANTED
WANTED-Use of several canoes for
one day trip. Will pay $5 for each.
Call Toy, phone 1612-W 1W46-6

A FIRE IN TmH
MAKING

Physical Culture, General Healti

See the unextinguished pipe,
the newspaper and the oil can,
you can almost hear the fire bell
and the clang of the engines.
Some causes are more obscure but

ani Care of the Skin."
Dr. Turner is one of America's recognized authorities on beauty and health and her 1
are practical and interesting. She will tell those who come to hear her many things th
prove beneficial. She is a skin and physical culturist and her methods require but a few r
a day to bring results. She will tell' you how to cultivate your hair, eye-lashes, eye-brow
ture of neck, arms and a beautiful complexion; how to build up sagging muscles, to remove
ble chin, wrinkles, lines, blackheads or other skin blemishes.

the resultant LOSS from the fire
is the same. Delay is foolish.
Some day you are going to call
us. Why not now?
BUTLER
INSURANCE
.201 NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
The Belle of the 'Architects' Ball
will wear one of those beautiful combs
frorm Saunder's Hair Shop.-Adv.

..

Lectures to Women Only

Each Afternoon, 2:30

No Children

On each afternoon at 2:30 o'clock Dr. Turner will give a le
department at the rear of the second floor. Girls under fifteen are

to women :
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