the University. Shrine
their last dinner of the
the Masonic Temple on
g of this week. Lou B.
imperial potentate of
Moslem Temple, Detroit, and Billy
Murray, present potentate, will be the
guests of the club.
Daily advertising will spell prosper-
ity for you.--Adv.
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V E N TI L'AT I N O
Senior play practice which was
scheduled for Wednesday in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall is postponed un-
til 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon.
'he garden party for junior girls
will be held from 3:30 to 5:30 o'clock
Girls wishing to enter the spring.
tennis tournament should sign up by
5 o'clock Friday' afternoon in Bar-
Junior and senior baseball practice
will be held at 5 o'clock this kafter-
noon at Palmer field.
A meeting of the Women's Cosmo-
politan club will b4 held at 7:30
o'clock Friday night at Newberry hall.
Junior, sophomore, and freshmen
women will not meet at 4 o'clock to-
day in Barbour gymnasium for elec-
tions as announced in yesterday's
Daily. All women are asked to attend
the Y. W. C. A. meeting at 4 o'clock
in Newberry hall, instead.
Michigan Dames will give a party
at 8 o'clock togight at Barbour gym-
nasium, in, honor of those members'
husbands who are in this year's grad-
Of Lantern Night
Lantern night, the women's annual
celebration of changing classes, will
be held on Tuesday, June 7, at Palm-
er field. The Women's Athletic asso-
ciation has charge of the affair. De-
troit and Grand Rapids junior college
women will be invited to attend.
Committees to take charge are as,
follows: Publicity-Josephine Mc-
Guineas, '21, chairman, Doris Sprague
and Marion Koch; songsMarion Wil-
lis, '24, chairman, Evelyn Rockwell,
'22; guests- Dorothy Brown, '23,
chairman, Helen Bishop, '22, Carol
MacDonald, '22. -
Lantern committee-Grace Fry, '23,
chairman, Dorothy True, '21, Quinneth
Summers, '21; hoop committeq, Fran-
ces Weimer, '22, chairman, Alice Hink-
son, '21, Beatrice Beckwith, '21; field
events-Elsie Townsend, '22; dancing,
-Leah Olin, '21; and music-Alice
GIRLS TO BE INTERVIEWED
FOR SU:MER WORK TODAY
Results of the election held yester-
day for members of the judiciary
council of the. Women's league are as
follows : Senior representative, Hazel
Storz; junior representative, Frances
Ames; and sophomore representative,
GARDEN PARTY FOR JUNIORS '
TO BEIHELD THIS AFTERNOON
All junior girls are urged by the
committee in charge to attend the
garden party which will be held' from
3:30 to 5:30 o'clock this aftern'oon at
the Pi Beta Phi house. During this
year, a number of class parties have
been held in order that all girls in.1
the class may become acquainted. The
committee in charge has promised
that the same informality which has
characterized the other parties shall
be a dominant feature today.
The alpha Tau , Omega_. orchestra
will furnish the music, and the girls
will either dance or play cards.
Clever Styles .Not Seen Elsewhere
Rain Water Sham-
poos, Marcel and
Ladies and Gientle-
707 N. University
All University women will meet
at 4 o'clock this afternoon at
Newberry hall for the purpose,
of definitely deciding the future
policy of the Y. W. C. A.
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LA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA
Are Two Special Groups of
8:00 P. M., Thursday; May 12
New Washable frocks
For Women and Misses At
PRICE FIFTY CENTS
Unusually good looking frocks-thoroughly practical, too-for general late
w Spring and Summer wear. Plaid and checked ginghams and fancy figured
voiles. Straightline and tunic models; sheer'sogandy collars and cuffs, often
yarn embroidery. Long sashes of self material, edged with white voile.
ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.
rANTED-Two good salesmen living
in or near Cincinnatti to handle a
quick sellin'g household utensil this
summer. See MALLEAUX AND
CLARK, 210 S. Thayer St.; upstairs,
between 3:00 and 5:30 or 6:30 and
8:00 P. M. 131
'NTED-Several mor'e men to sell
Wear-Ever" Aluminum Kitchen
Sets. College men are averaging.
summer profits of about $1,000.00.
Phone 2144-3 or call at 506 S. Fifth
Ave., any evening this week. 152-4
VANTED-Men. to sell brushes dur-
ing summer. Good money making
proposition. Call Eman, 1268, be-
tween 6:30 and 8:30 evenings or
write 1007 E. Huron. 148-21
WANTED-Two ,May Festival tickets,
main floor or first balcony, for both
Saturday afternoon and evening.
Phone or call, Reference Desk, Uni-
versity Library. 154-2'
VANTED - Furnished ;house where
landlady will give board for select
group of about fifteen for next year.
Box E. P., Daily office. 153-5
VANTED-Medical Student and wife
desire suite for light housekeeping.
Next year. Quietude required. Daily
Office, Box F. R. 13.
'ANTED-7Student to help in Press-
ing Shop. One with experience pre-
ferred. H. Claveau, 802 S. State St.
Phone 385-W. ' 152-3
VANTED-Two good May Festival
tickets on main floor for Friday and
Saturday nights. Call 2665-W. 154-7
VANTED- Two good May Festival
seats for Friday night on main floor.
Phone 658-M. '152-3
TANTED - A camping outfit and
small tent. Call Burton, Phone
LOST AND FOUND
OST-Leather note-book. Finder
please notify B. Clasky. Phone
754-..J 1 54
FOR SALE-Furniture at 1236 Wash-
tenaw, one side-board, black walnut
over 75 years old and many other
old antiques. All must be sold.
FOR SALE-Ford Speedster, 1917, un-
derslung, special carburetor and ig-
nition. Excellent condition. 602 E.
Huron St. 154-2
FOR SALE-Two May Festival course
tickets near center of first balcony.
L. J. Young, 319 -Natural Science
building. N 154-3
FOR SALE-A Karpin davenport in
good condition, 1435 Cambridge
Road. Phone 2283-J. 152-3
FOR SALE-20 'ft. Morris Canoe in ex-
cellent condition. Call 2124-R after
7 P. M. 152-3
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Upwards of $40 in currency,
Tuesday between Campus Lunch,
State St. or to locality east. Find-
er please return to City Y. M. C.
A. office. Reward. 154-3
LOST-Pair shell-rimmed glasses last
Wednesday night. Kansas City, Mo.,
address on case, Reward. Call
LOST-In Palmer Field House a but-
terfly pin. Greatly valued by own-
er. Reward. Call 1668-W. 153-3
LOST-Elgin wrist watch on campus
Wednesday evening. Finder call
627, Martha Cook. Reward. 152-3
LOST-Howard 17-Jewel watch with
gold chain. Reward. H. Weeks.
Phone 63. 153-2
The manager of Gratiot Inn, on
Lake Huron,' near Port Huron, will be
at the office of the dean of women
from 10:30 to 11:30 o'clock this morn-
ing. At this time she wishes to inter-
view any University women interested
in summer work as waitresses in the
Inn. University women employed
there last summer are said to have
expressed themselves favorably re-
garding -the work.
GIVEN TO RECENT GRADUATE
Ione Wilber, '18 Sch. of M., has re-
cently been assigned the leading role
in the "Mikado". Miss Wilber has
been with the company since Septem-
ber, taking, a minor part. During this
time they have been traveling through
the East and South. At present the
company is touring northern Michi-
gan. While in -the University she
took one of the leading parts in the
opera,, "Let's Go Michigan".
Zoology Club Meets Tomorrow
"Bird Language and Bird Music in
Southern Michigan," by Dr. J. B.
Steere, "Food Reactions of the Am-
oeba-William Kepner," by Harry W.
Hann, "Studies of Fertilization: on
the measure of specificity in fertiliza-
tion between two associated species of
sea urchin; and on the questhjn of
superposition of fertilization or par-
thenogenesis in Strongylocentrotus,"
by Leigh Hoadley, and "The Germ
Cells of Anurans-W. W. Swingle" by
Peter Okkelberg, professor of zoologyy
will be the program of the next ,meet-
ing of the. Zoological Journal club at
7:30 o'clock Friday night in room Z
231 of the zoological laboratory.
Medical Authorities Here Today
Dr. N. P. Colwell, secretary of the.
council of medical education of the
Americap Medical association, and Dr.
William Pepper, dean of the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania medical school
and also a member of the council,
will be in Ann Arbor tomorrw to in-
spect the Medical school.
Dr. Colwell has been secretary of
the council of medical education for
many years and has been very influ-
ential in revolutionizing medical edu-
6 to 14 lears'
CORNER WOODWARD 4 STATE
NO CONNECTION WIT ANY OTHER STORE
The Inimitable Actor
2 to 6 Years
in. a dive into boyhood joy-days
"TH E OLD
BIG RECORDS madefor Apr non
Health and Accident Insurance.
Only a few more good agencies left
worth from $500 to $1000 per month
to hustlers for summer svacation.
We want bright active men and will
pay high for them:, See me before
May 15th. H. 1,. Baldwin, 310 State
St., National Casualty Co. 147-21
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