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La Sociedad Hispanica will produce
"Zaragueta," a comedy by Vital Aza,
Thursday evening, May 12, in Patten-
gill auditorium. This play will be the
first Spanish'work of this kind ever
attempted by the department. The
production was put on by the Donald,
Robertson Players, in English, sev-
eral years ago in University hall and
was popular at the time. It is well-
known in Spain and is of a humorous
The stage direction is being handled
by Mr. Norman L. Willey, of the,
Spanish department, and J. P. Holden,
'22, who has assisted in producing
plays for the Players club. According
to the latter, the cast has been pro-
gressing rapidly and a good perform-
ance is assured which will entertain
those interested in Spanish. The text
has been studied Eby the persons tak-
ing Spanish 4 to enable the audience
to better understand the lines of the
actors. Tickets may be purchased at
Graham's book stores, from members
of the society or from the Spanish
Ohio State-Establishment of the
first Alumnae Mortarboard associa-
tion is now under way by Ohio State
Mortarboard alumnae. Mortarboard
chapter was established at Ohio State
in 1915 and there are 55 alumnae
members. They, will automatically
become members of the alumnae
Student members of the Y.
are requested to attend i a
i 'U lne~n
Marion L. Burton. Miss M. E. Wead,
vice-president of the association, as-
sisted Mrs. Burton in the receiving:
DRAMATIC SOCIETY .
TAKES 4 MEMBERS1
Pi Epsilon Delta, the national hon-
which will be held at 4 .o'clock Tues-
day afternoon in Newberry hall.
There will be a meeting of the old
Women's Athletic association board at
7:30 o'clock Tuesday night at Helen
Newberry residence.. "
Junior an'd senior baseball practice
will be'held at 5 o'clock this after-
noon at Palmer field.
There will be a freshman-sopho-
more hockey game at 5 o'clock this
afternoon. All girls who were chos-
en for the team last fall should play
in this tournament game..
W. C. A.
orary dramatic fraternity, which was
instaMed here lat week, has been de- or
signated at Zeti chapter.
This fraternity is represented in all Pienics
of the Conference schools, at Prince-
ton, Cortiell and some of the larger w Try One s
western schools. According to its of-
ficers, the organization, intends to
stimulate all kinds of dramatic work. WTCE
Besides teh eight charter membersKR
initiate. last week, four more per-, ,-
.sons were recently taken into the or-
ganization as spring initiates. These
are: Albert F. Schirmer, '22E, Johnj5 119 E. Liberty
Hassberger, '23, Christine Murkett, = Phone 2620 M
'22, and Mildred Sherman, '21. Profs.!=-
J. Raleigh Nelson, John L. Brumm,X
and R. D. T. Hollister were initiated
as honorary members. Did you ever try using The Daily as
Membership is based solely on merit' a Shopping Directory? Satisfaction is
in dramatic work and only four per- at your command if you patronize our
sons are elected each semester. advertisers.-Adv.
1116 So. University Ave.
Spring Dance Festival
Given By "
Ville. Jeanette -Kruszka and her pupils
Saturday, May 14th, at 8:15 P. M.
A rehearsal of act I of "The
ance of Being Earnest" will
at 4 o'clock this afternoon.
Junior, sophomore, and freshman
women will meet at 4 o'clock this
afternoon in Barbour gymnasium.
Each class will elect social commit-
tees and play committees. Nomina-
tions for judiciary council will be
made by'each, class. The nominations
for judiciary council will be voted on
by ballot Wednesday.
Senior play practice which was
scheduled for Wednesday in Sarah
Caswell Angell halil is postponed un-
til 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon.
MRS. E. P. POE ROY, '96,
TO ATTEND MEETINGS HERE
Do You Need Extra Courses?
Send for catalodescribing over 400 courses in History, English,
Mathematics, Cemistry, Zclogy, Modern Languages, Economics,
Philosophy, Sociology, etc., given by correspondence. Inquire
how credits earned may be applied on present college program.
HOME STUDY DEPT. CHICAGO. ILLIN(
Tickets on Sale at Studio
324 East Huron Street
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Wisconsin - Wisconsin journalismt
women have completed plans for the
establishment of a home for the wom-
en of the department. The purpose of
the home is to provide a place whereI
women students of journalism may
live in a congenial atmosphere, in-
spired by a common interest in their
work. Any woman majoring in the
department of journalism is eligible
to membership in the organization,
which plans to take care of as many
as tho proposed house will accom-
Cornell-The Cornell honor sys-
tem became effective May 2. Booklets
were distributed among the students,
containing the names of tl* members
of the honor committees 'of each of
the colleges. Signs were also placed
in each classroom to serve as remind-
ers-'"Where each one has honor, all
Oregon-A new three-year curricu-
lum which is to be offered by the uni-
versity next fall Js meeting with the
approval of such school as Columbia,
Stanford, and the University of Cali-
fornia, according to Dr. A. E. Caswell,
chairman of the new course of .study.
This course not only prepares a stu-
dent for the degree of professional
engineer, but also proviies that upon
the completion of a fourth yer in
some standard engineering school he
will receive the degree of bachelor of
Mrs. Edward ,$. Pomeroy, '96, of
Chicago, chairman of the alumnae
council of the alumnae organization
of the University, will arrive in Ann
Arbor today to. plan work on the pro-
posed women's building campaign..
She will preside at an executive
committee meeting this evening ,,t the
residence of Mrs. Herbert J. Gould-
ing, 719 Arbor street. There will be
a joint meeting of the executive com-
mittee of the alumnae council and the
board of directors of the Women's
league to give further consideration
to the plans at 7:30 o'clock Wednes-
day evening in Alumni Memorial hall.
Senior Reception Well Attended
More than 200 senior girls attended
the reception given for them by the
Collegiate Alumnae association Sat-
urday evening at the home of Mrs.
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P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.
TED- Ambitious students for
fitable sales work during vaca-
. Opportunities for making big
ney this summer, selling our up-
late Maps and Atlases; were
er before equalled. Exceptional
positions for those who have had
erience in this line. Can 'use
inexperienced also. If your are
n1 to employment, write us, giv-
details in first letter. Rand Mc-
ly and Co., Chicago, Ill. 148-5
FOR SALE- A medical office, fully
equipped with cabinets, medicines,
operating table and furniture. Must
be sold because of death. Write
Grace Van den Berg, Admx. of Es-
tate, 219 ,Fifth St., Grand Haven,
FOR SALE-Vega (Tenor) Banjo. In
excellent condition, for$25. Real
opportunity. Call 212-M ven-ngs.
7ANTED-~Several more men to sell
"Wear-Ever" Aluminum Kitchen
Sets. College men are averaging
summer profits of about $1,000.00.
Phone 2144-J or call at 506 S. Fifth
Ave., any evening this week. 152-4
CANTED -- Summer salesmen for
house to house work in Michigan.
If you are interested in making some
real money, call Malleaul and Clark
at 210 S. Thayer St. between 3 and
5:30 or 6:30 and 8:00 P. M. 13
VANTED-Men to sell brushes dur-
itg summer. Good money making-
proposition. Call Emaan, 1268, be-
tween 6:30 anid 8:30 evenings or
write 1007 E. Huron. 148-21,
TANTED-Men to sell brushes dur-
ing summer. Good money making
proposition. Call 1268 between 6:15
an4l 7:15 evenings, or write 1007 E.
1ANTED-Student to help in Press-
ing Shop. One with experience pre-
ferred. H. Claveau,'802 S. StateSt.
Phone 385-W. 152-3
PANTED - Room in private home
for two young ladies during May
Festival. Write Box J. A. H., care
rANTED-Second hand Old Towne
canoe in- good condition. Address-
Edna -Hardie, Hudson, Mich. 151-2
ANTED-To buy or rent a rooming
house. Address, Mrs. E. Marble,
Marshall, Mich. 150-3.
'ANTED- Two good May Festival
FOR SALE-One May Festival ticket
(complete course) first row, first
balcony. Phone 2254-M. 1521
FOR SALE--A Karpin davenport ix
good condition, 1435 CambridgeI
Road. Phone 2283-J. 152-3
FOR SALE--20 ft. Morris Canoe in ex-
cellent condition. Call +2124-R afterl
7 P. M. 152-3
FOR SALE--1917 Buick touring car.
Good condition. Call at 533 Churchf
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Elgin wrist watch on campus1
1 Wednesday evening. Finder callc
627, Martha Cook. Reward. 152-3
LOST- Three tracings, in a roll, at
the City Garage, Ann Arbor, Mich.
Please call 1153-J. 1521
LOST-Bar pin with Phi Sigma Kap-I
pa seal at Architects' Party. Re-
ward. Phone 1700. 152-i
LOST-Will finder of Kappa Nu pin,
back initialed M. M. ,R., kindly call
751-W Reward. J152
LOST-Leather note book. . Finder
please notify Gordon S. Cook. Phone
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.
WA want bright active men and willI
The first round of the inter-house
baseball tournament will begin at 5
o'clock today when Kappa Alpha The-
ta will play their game with Alpha Xi
Other games for this week are
scheduled as follows: Alpha Phi vs. Al-
pha Chi Ofaega, 5 o'clock Wednesday;
Collegiate Sorosis vs. Palmer house
t 5 o'clock Wednesday on the other
field; Betsy Barbour vs. Delta Delta
Delta at 7 o'clock Wednesday evening;
Delta Gamma vs. Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma at 5 o'clock Thursday; Helen New-
berry residence vs. Chi Omega at 7
o'clock Thursday evening.
The games that have not been
scheduled- are Martha Cook vs. Pi Be-
ta Phi and Kappa Delta vs. Gamma
Phi Beta, which will be played some
time netx week. Alumni house will
play one of the winners. Spectators
are welcojne at these games.
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Pot of hot tea and bowl or rice
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In High Class Concert #
First Trumpet with Detroit
Gustav Heim is recognized as
The Masonic Band Under Per-
sonal Direction of
MR. FRED LEWIS
Is one of the best bands in
MAJESTIC PICTURES AND
Admission 55e - including Tax
Juniors, sophomores, and
freshman women will meet at 4
O'clock this afternoon in Bar-
bour gymnasium. Each class
will elect social committees and
play coknmiteeg. Nominatgons
for judiciary council will also be
be made by each class and will
be voted on by ballot 'Wednes-
Last Times Today
Mr. and Mrs.
Carter De Haven
atehe Girl inthe Taxi"
and ToocnervIlle Trolley
Starting Tomorrow and Balance of Week
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