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to Page Three)
en on the trip and
experience gained
n will aid him con-

are problematical with the'odds slight-
ly in favor of Ohio ini view of past
performances. The oirtcome of the
meet may depend to a large extent
on these events, if Standish, Burk-
holder, tand Douglas break even in
their specialties the dashman, javelin,
and high jump should swell Michigan
points to a winning margin.
Apricots! Apricots' Large size can
fin heavy syrup for two bits this week
at Schultz Grocery.-Adv.

Women

Foresters Plan
IOuting Tomorrowl

strongest events are
dashes and high jump
and Simmons doing the
and Walker in the high
er had been doing in the
L of sl.T feet in practice
first outdor competition
pected to outdo himself.
ter can be counted on for
e440 and should give the
3in the half mile. Cruik-
e broad jump and Dunne
n in the Javelin are sure
rs, Dunne having broken
ace record in the latter
the past week.

WHY

DO YOU
SUPPOSE

TUTTLE'S.
IS LWAYS
CROWDED?

BUS LINE
ADRIAN-TECUJMSEH-ANN

Pongee Silk Shirts

Valuesf o $7.50

for 450 Each.

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There will be no Women's league
party on Friday afternoon of thist
week.<
Chaperones for dances this com-
ing week end are as follows: At
the Union, Friday-Mrs. Yates Adams;!
Saturday-Miss_ Martha Hills; at the1
Amory, Friday - Mrs. F. P. Ward;
Saturday-Mrs. H. G. Berger.
The Association of Collegiate Alum-
nae, with Mrs. Marion L. Burton, will
receive the senior girls Saturday eye-
ning, May 7, from 7 to 9 o'clock, at
the home of President Burton. Sen-
fors are requested to wear caps and
gowns.
WOMEN FORM AUXILIARY
TO AMERICAN LEGION POST
Organization of a women's auxiliary
to the Erwin Prieskorn Post, No. 46,
of the American Legion, took' place
Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. C. N.
Church was elected president; Mrs.
F. N. Menefee, vice-president; Mrs.
WilliamDawson, secretary; and Mrs.
Carl Lehman, treasurer.
The work of the organization will
be to aid the Legion in its work, and
to care for any soldiers who are con-
fined in local h~pitdls. Thse eligi-
ble for membership are the wife,
mother, sister, or daughter of a mem-
ber of some post of the American
Legion.
RECEPTION TO BE GIVEN
FOR GIRLS OF SENIOR CLASS
Girls of the senior class will be en-
tertained by the Ann Arbor branch of
the American Associationof Universi-
ty Women, btween 7 and 9 o'clock
Saturday evening, May 7, at the home
of Mrs. Marion L. Burton. In theab-
sence of Miss Grace Greenwood,
president of the local branch, the vice-
president, Miss Eunice Wead, of Smith
college, will receive with Mrs. Burton.
Mrs. Shirley Smith the -newly elected
president, Mrs. H. B. Hutchins, Mrs.
F. P. Jordan, and Mrs. J. E. Beal will
also assist in the receiving line.
UNIVERSITY CLUB ELECTS
ANNUAL OFFICERS TONIGHT
Election of annual officers is the
main business which will come up be-
fore the meeting of the University
club at 8 o'clock tonight. A regular
entertainment is promised in addi-
tion to the election, which will con-
sist of the reading of humorous pa-
pers.
11gh School Seniors to Present Plays
Seniors of the Ann %Arbor high
school will present two plays in Pat-
tengii auditorium today and tomor-
row. "Romancers," by Edward Ros-
tand, and "Joint Owners in Spain," are
to be produced. The new stage cur-
tains which were presented to the
high school by the class of 120 will
be used in the first public dramatic
production of the year.
Have "you lost anything that you
prize very ;highly?. Th Classified
columns of The Michigan Daily are
always ready to serve vou.-Adv.

Forestry students will elibrate
their annual field day tomorrow withl
an outing at the forestry farm,, three
miles west of the city. They will
sleep out in the open tonight after
hiking to the farm this afternoon.
Baseball, rifle and revolver contests,
trap :shooting, a compass race, and a
packing contest are.,on the program
. for tomorroy morning. A barbecue
tomorrow ndon followed by speeches,
will conclude the outing.
Milo Saniple, '22, is in charge of the
event.

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H. P. Students Invited to May Hop
Students livings'in Highland Park
are invited by the Kighland Park Jun-
ior college to attend their annual May
Hop, which will be held Saturday
night, May 7, at the Highland Park
high school.
SThey Will Say-
"You- look' adorable in
a Priscilla Dean Tam'
°..And You.-Will

Ready ,to Serve
AT ANY TIME
Open from 11 a.m. to 12 p m.
Pot of hot tea and bowl of rice
PLAIN CHOP SUEY
5 CENTS
CWINESE and AMERICAN Style
Short Orders
615 Liberty St. E%

Central Standard Time
NORTH Week day
A. M. P.M.
Adrian-Main Corne'.........7:45 4:00
Tecumseh-Main Corners ..... :'5 4:40
Clinton-MTain Corners....... 8:45 S~O
Saline--Mainw Corners........ 9:35 5:50
AnnArbor--Main & Iuron.. .io:io 6:25
SOUTH P.M. P.M.
Ann Arbor-Huron & 4th Ave. 435 7 :00
Saline-Main Corners........ 5:1 7:351
Clinton-Mlain Corners..... 6 :oo0S:2g
Tecumseh-?Hain Corners..6:~2 8:45
Adrian-MTain Corners........ 7:oo. 9 :25

High

I Open 6 a.m. C14

EN used to buy shirts as many of them fish
-they.go for one kind and get another.
Now a man asks for Eagle Shirts by the in-,
dividual name of the cloth-as he buys books by the
name of the work as well as the author. An original
idea that careful buyers have been quick to value.
Be sure to look for the name in the label.
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LOW HEEL WALKING

SPECIAL DISCOUNT ON ALL
COLLEGE GOODS AT

SHOES

DARLING & MALLEAUX

224 226 S. State Street

7 Nickels Arade

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The great outdoor Walkover for Women.
Essentially a sport Shoe but worn by woment
everywhere for city wear. Made with the new,
Vamp Saddle patterns in black and brown calf.
PRICE $10.00
Walk-Over hoot Shwp
115 South Main Street

At the WHITNEY THEATRE

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Last Night

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The promise was fulfilled. The audience
stood and cheered, wept and shouted
and one and all proclaimed

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FroducdicoaM
-Charlasn

ADVERTISING

WANTED
ED- Ambitious students for
able sales work during vaca-
Opportunities for making big
y this summer, selling our up-'
te Maps and Atlases; were
before equalled. Exceptional
>sitions for those who have hadj
'ience in this line. Can use
aexperienced also. Pf you are
to employment, write us, giv-
etails in first letter. Rand Mc--
and Co., Chicago, Ill. 148-5
ED- To exchange 3 complete
e May Festival Tickets in sec-
balcony, 7th row, for seats in
balcony or main floor. Will'
.ifference. Phone 2672-R. 148-2
CD-Men to sell brushes dur-
ummer. Good money making
sition. Call 1268 between 6:15,
:15 evenings, or write 1007 E.1
n. 148-211
,FOR SALE
A.LE - Rooming House, good
ess opportunity, will bring in
per month. Suitable for Sor-
or Fraternity. Firstclass con-
. Fine location. 602 Monroe.
with owner, phone 7106-F3.
149-31

LOST AND FOUND

4

LOST-Monday afternoon on Wash-
tenaw between Hill St. and South
University, a small lavbnder purse
containing a $5 bil and a key. Find-
er please phone 1098-M. 149-3
LOST-Elgin wrist watch on campus
Wednesday evening. Finder call
627, Martha Cook. Reward. 149-3
LOST-In back row of grand-stand at
game Wednesday, small paper pack-
age. Box B. D., Daily. 149
LOST - Leather note book Finder
please notify John Perrin or phone
357. Reward. 149-3
LOST-One Fountain pen with initials
C. L. S. on gold band. Phone 1751-J.
Reward. 148-2
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.
W,"e 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
WANTED

Learn to Dance'
Real, full enjoyment comes to the
man or woman who is an easy
and graceful dancer.
It is no longer necessary to spend a
lot of good time and money attending
a large public dancing class-where
you get little or no attention.
Peak System of
Ma- -Instruction
GIVES YOU REAL, INDIVIDUAL
ATTENTION. You can learn to dance
in the privacy of your own room-
without music -without a partner.
Practice any time you please.
New Diagram Method. Easily un-
derstood-quickly learned-always
remembered.
The Peak Instruction Courses are
strictly up-to-the-second--pres~enting
the very latest steps of New York's
and Chicago's newest dances.
Sixty Thousand Successful
Students
prove the success, simplicity and thor-
oughness ofthe Peak System of Dance
Instruction.
Write today for free information and
tnte-esting booklet of dance facts-
al.o special low tuition offer. No ob-
ligation. WRITE AT ONCE.
WK. CHANDLER PEAK, President
The Peak School of Dacing, Inc.
Room 883, 4737 Broadway, Chicago, Ill.

"A Work-of &rperb
Art"-&-s*Wu" AM

"Wba h41a ri

TheGreatest SpectaleEr
Seen n Ann Arbor
Matinee and Evening Performances Today and
Tomorrow-Last Perfofmance Saturday Night
Secure Your Seats in
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trip.

several canoes for
11 pay $5 for each.

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