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pted By Mummers by Dean Myra B. Jordan. The play
Monday afternoon, will be chosen by the play committee,,
d its constitution, and tryouts will be held next week.
for the play which
sked to give at the Let a classified ad And that lost ar-
party to be given ticle.-Adv.

STRAW HATS

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SEN-NETS SPLITS
BANKOKS PANAMAS

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$3.50 and up

Wadha1s & Co.

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Take along

MINIATURE ORCH ESTRAL
SCORES
>f the music which the orchestra
viii play. You'll enjoy the music
nuch more if you use the scores.
THESE MINIATURE SCORES FOR SALE AT

M1orenI
Senior play practic which was
scheduled for Wednesday in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall is postponed un-
til 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon.
On, account of the conflicting class
meetings it was decided to postpone
the meeting to make a definite decis-
ion concerning the future p5iicy of
the Y. W. C. A. There will be a meet-
ing of all University women at 4
o'clock Thursday afternoon in New-
berry hall for the purpose of determ-
ining the future organization of the
Y. W. C. A.
The senior tea dance which was to
have been held this afternoon at Betsy
Barbour house has been postponed un-
til a later date on account of the mass
meeting for University women.
The garden party for junior girls
will be held from 3:30 to 5:30 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon instead of today
because of the mass meeting this aft-
ernoon.,
Mortarboard will meet Wednesday
evening at the Pi Beta Phi house.
WOMEN TOTE TODAY FORI
JUDICIRY MEMBERS.
Voting for members of the judiciary
council of the Women's league, nom-
inated in class meetings yesterday aft-
ernoon, will take place between 8 and
12 o'clock and 1 and 5 o'clock today in
University hall. Nominees according
to classes are as follows:
;Seniors-Caroline Napier and Hazel
Storz; juniors-Frances Ames and
Constance Baldwin; sophomores -
Helen Delbridge, Elizabeth Cain, and
Dorothy Bishop. Members of this
year's senior class will not vote.
Play and social committees were
elected in yesterday's meetings as fol-
lows:
Senior Girls' play committee-Mar-
garet Schnaple, chairman, Edith Cady,
Teckla Roese, Mildred Chase, Mar-
garet Spalding, and Elizabeth Vick-
ery. Social committee-Frances Wei-
mer, chairman,' Judith Jennison, Chris-
tine Murkett, Laura Snyder, and Isa-
belle Swan.
Junior Girls' play committee-Elsa
Risen, chairman, Grace Fry, assistant
chairman, Helene Torrey, Elizabeth
Hutchins, and Barbara Baker. Social
committee-Kathlyn Potter, chairman,
Florence Boomhower, Beatrice Cham-
pion, Helen Partlow, and Sadye Har-
wich. .
- Sophomore social committee-Kath-
erine Stafford, Mary Wiley, Teeney
Vaden, Dorothy Weimer, and Sadybeth
Heath. .Freshman spread committee-
Mary Hayes, chairm~an, Lois Barr,
Susan Fitch, Julia Jeffreys, Dorothy
Weimer, Elizabeth Lauer, Elizabeth
Cain, Dorothy Maitland, Janet Smith,
Nanette Carnahan, Constance Smith,
Elizabeth Carson, Freda Diakoff,
Kathryn Woodworth, Katherine Staf-
ford, Mary Wiley, Helen Delbridge,
Shirley Lawton, Helen Keyser, Dor-
othy Bishop, and Dorothy Hollis.
Seniors Announce
Play Choruses,
Three. first-act Senior Girls' play

choruses have been chosen and will
rehearse at 3 o'clock Thursday after-
noon with the cast for that act. Sen-
ior women selected for these choruses
are as follows:
Vanity chorus-Quinneth Summers,
Marion Spaulding, Marguerite' Caven-
dish, Helen Jean Fisher, Ernestine
Hall, Marjory Avery, Ruth Sykes, Beu-
lah Brown, Irene Rosenberg, and Dor-
othy O'Connor, with Anne Lindemuld-
er, leading.
Joy chorus-lead by Beulah Brown,
Eleanor Leonard, Marjory Avery, Ruth
Sykes, Dorothy O'Connor, Ellen Fin-
ley, Marguerite Cavendish, Ernestine
Hall, Dorothy Dawson, Helen Jean
Fisher, Charlotte Sands, and Jose-
phine Triplett. Evil spirits chorus-
Amelia Igel, leading, Ernestine Hall,
Harriet Towsley, Leah Olin, Lois
Brooks, Margaret Berkaw, and Bessie
Wells.
GIARDEN PARTY ARRANGED
FOR GIRLS OF JUNIOR CLASS

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Juniors, sophomores, and
freshman women will meet at 4
o'clock'Thursday afternoontin
Barbour gymnasium. Each class
will. elect social committees and
play committees. Nominations
for judiciary council will also be
be made by each class and will
be voted on by ballot Thurs-
day.

Did you ever try using' The Daily as
a Shopping Directory? Satisfaction is
at your command if you patronize our
advertisers.-Adv.
J. L. CHAPMAN
JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST
The Store of Reliability & Satisfaction
113 South Main Street
ANN ARBOR. - - MICHIGAN
SPECIAL SALE
ON
B A G S''
GREEN GOLD AND
SILVER
$7.50 and $9.00 Bags
$5.00
$15.00 and $20.00 Bags
AT
$10.00
$25.00 Bags
AT
$14.50
$35.00 Bags
AT
$20.00
chiand'erer
and Seyfried
113 East Liberty

Rebecca Condon, '22, Gertrude Boggs,
'22, Hazel Storz, '22.
DAMES TO GIVE PARTY
IN HONOR OF HUSBANDS
Husbands of the Michigan Dames
will be the guests of honor at a party
to be given at 8 o'clock Friday evening
at Barbour gymnasium. There will
be general entertainment of various
kinds and all dames and their hus-
bands are urged by the committee to
attend. No admission fee is to be
charged.

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WOMEN, NOTICE!

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(Successor to Recreation Dept.
Chicago School of Civics and Philan-
thropy)
One year course in Recreation and
New School of Dramatics and Pag-
eantry. 800 S. Halsted St., (Hull
House), Chicago.

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for
Dodge
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LOW HEEL WALKING
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brle & on Music House,

The great outdoor Walkover for Women.
Essentially a sport Shoe but worn by women
everywhere forcity wear. Made wit thendw
Vamp Saddle patterns in black Ord Frcwn calf.
PRICE $10.00

110 S. Main St-

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COLUMN
CLOSES
ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

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South Main Street

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'-Two good salesmen living
ear Cincinnatti to handle a,
ellidt household utensil this
'. See MALLEAUX AND!
210 S. Thayer St., upstairs,
1 3:00 and 5:30 or 6:30 and
M. 13
-Several more men to sell
ver" AluminummKitchen
College nxen are averaging,
r profits of about $1,000.00.
,144-J or call at 506 S. FifthI
iy evening this week. 152-43
-Men to sell brushes dur-
nmer. Good money making
ion. Call Eman, .1208, be-!
:30 and 8:30 evenings or
07 E. Huron. 148-21
- Furnished house where,
y will give board for select
f about fifteen for next year.-
P., Daily office. 153-5
-Medical Student and wife
uite for light housekeepint
ar. Quietude required. Daily
lox F. R. 13!
-Student to help in Press-
p. One with experience pre
H. Claveau, 802 S. State St.
85-_W. 152=3I
- Room in private home
young ladies during May
. Write Box J. A. H., care
151-34

1 LOST AND FOUNI)
LOST--Polyphase duplex 10 in slide
rule, green leather case, with E. R.
W. monogram. Call Whittemore,
I 2129-W. 153-2
LOST-Pi Beta Phi pin, May 6, at
Architects' dance or on East Univ.
Finderdplease return to 836 Tappan.
Reward. 153
LOST-In Palmer Field House a but-
terfly pin. Greatly valued by own-
er. Reward. Call 1668-W. 153-3
LOST-Bar Din with Phi Sigma Kap-
pa seal at Architects' Party. Re-
ward. Phone 1700. 152-2
LOST-Leather note book. Finder
please notify Gordon S. Cook. Phone
861-W." 152-2
FOR SALET
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,
Mich. 151'3
FOR SALE - Chemical Laboratory,
completely furnished. Has been es-
tablished in Chicago 21 years in
good location. Has excellent client-
ele. $10,000.00. Address Mr. C. H.
Robison. 440 So. Dearborn Street,
Chicago, Illinois. 153

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IT'S HERE AT LAST!

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"THE OLD

)- Two good May Festival
r'Friday night on main floor.
558-M. 152-3
-- A camping outfit and
tent. Call Burton. Phone
153-2
-To buy second-hand can-
it 2010. 3.52-2
LOST AND FOUND
Egin wrist watch on campusl
day evening. Finder call
rtha Cook. Reward. 152-31
oward 17-Jewel watch with
hain. Reward. H. Weeks.

FOR SALE-A Karpin davenport in
good conditi6n, 1435 Cambridge
Road. Phone 2283-J. 152-3
FOR SALE-20 ft. Morris Canoe in ex-
cel'ent condition. Call 2124-R after
7 P. M. 152-3
MISCELLANEOUS
IG FCORDS made tfor Aprilaon1
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

.5 IMMIN'HOE

A garden party will be given for
girls of the junior class between 3:30
and 5:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
at the Pi Beta Phi house. Entertain-
ment will consist of dancing and card
playing, with refreshments served on
the lawn.
The committee in charge of the
party is as follows: Margaret Spald-
ing, '22, chairman, Isabel'Kemp, '22,

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