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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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nd Co., will oe
Shop,'Tuesday
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m Flakes, 15 cent pkg. now 10
, at Schultz Grocery on State
Adv.
rtha Washington candy, 90c a lb.
every Friday. Tice's, 117 So.
St.-Adv.

Martha Cook Juniors Honor Seniors
Seniors at Martha Cook building
were entertained at dinner last night
by the Juniors. Candy corsages were
presented to the seniors and stunts
were given for their amusement be-
tween the courses of the dinner. Violet
Fdster, '22, was in charge of the Jun-
for entertainment committee.
Read The Daily for Campus news.

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Girls wishing to enter the spring
tennis tournament should sign up by
5 o'clock Friday afternoon in Bar-
bour gymnasium.
A meeting of the Women's Cosmo-
politan club will be held at 7:30
o'clock Friday night at Newberry hall.
Chaper-ones for the dances jare as
follows: Union-Friday, diss Martha
Hills; Saturday, Mrs. Yates Adams;
Armory-Friday, Mrs. H. G. Berger,
Saturday, Mrs. Mabel E. Cake.
Any women interested in work as
waitresses at Gration Inn, near Port
Huron, Ofor this summer should call
Helen Munger, phone 1322-M.
Wyvern will hold its next 'meeting
at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening at the
Alpha Phi house.
There will be a meeting of those
girls who are interested in student
and industrial co-operative Y. W. C.
A. work at 2 o'clock this afternoon in'
Newberry hall.
The girls are delighted with my
summer frocks. Original designs at
prices within reach of all. The Vogue
Shoppe.-Adv.

3 GAMES PLAYED BY GIRLS
IN INTERHOUSE BASEBALL
The first round of the women's in-
terhouse baseball tournament is being
played off this week and next. Re-
suits so far are as follows: Sorosis
vs. Palmer house, 5 to 3; Betsy Bar-
bour house vs. Delta Delta Delta, 7
to 6; Kappa Alpha Theta won by de-
fault over Alpha Xi Delta. . The re-
maining games of the first round will
be played off next week. The sched-
ule will be announced later.
FfSEWO CLUB TO GIVE PLAY
AT HIGH SCHOOL SATURDAY
The Fusewo club, an organization
of first year high school girls, will
present a three-act comedy, "The Ox-
ford Affair," at 8 o'clock Saturday
night in Pattengill auditorium;. A
whistling act will be put on between
acts by Murza Mann, '24 The play
is being directed by Gladys Burch,
'21, assisted by Camilla Hayden, '22,
and "Martha Dodd, '23. Proceeds will
go to a fund to send a delegate-to the
high school convention of the Y. W.
C. A. this summer at Dewey lake.
Fifty Women Attend Junior Party
More than 50 women attended. the
junior party given yesterday at the
Pi Beta Phi house. Dancing and re-
freshments in the parlors furnished
the afternoon's entertainment.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

BLOUSES

The Vogue Shoppe will supply you Corn Flakes, 15 cent pkg. noR
with just the right gown for every cents, at Schultz Grocery on S
occasion, at reasonable prices.-Adv. St.-Adv.
Read The Daily for Campus news. Patronize Daily Advertisers.-A

Including dark blue georgette,
Brown and dark blue crepe de
chene, hand made voiles, tailor-
ed high or low neck striped
madras, striped silk and hand
made bastite. Special $5.00
Van Raalte Silk combinations
$6.50 Value $4.25
Van Raalte Vests $3.5 Value $2.65

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Ob will find six buttons down the box plait
center of an Eagle Shirt this spring-one more
Y. than on other makes-six buttons drawn up
in close frontformation to prevent embarrassing expo-
sures even with the lightest fabrics-six buttons, every
one sewn on with twenty per cent. more stitches than
manufacturers consider "necessary." The sixth button
is another reason why men prefer Eagle Shirts.

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NEXT TO WtIJER T1 TEATRE,

Arthur S. Kane
presents

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Big days or little days, Coca-Cola
always is the favorite beverage.
THE COCA-COLA COMPANY
Atianla, Ga.

James whitcomb Rile1s
Old-Home Poein
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ADVERTISING C3 .M

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WANTED-
WANTED-Two good salesmen living
in or near Cincinnatti to handle a
quick selling 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. 13
PANTED-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
PANTED-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
IANTED-Two May Festival 'tickets,
zpain 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. 153-5j

FOR SALE
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.
154-6
FOR SALE--Corona typewriter, prac-
tically new. Original ribbon still
on machine. $32.50. Address Box
D. H., Michigan Daily. 155-2
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. S. Young, 319 Natural Science
building. 154-3
FOR SALE-Speedster in good condi-
tion. Inquire 1119 South University
Aye. 155-3
FOR SALE-Two May Festival course
tickets. First balcony. Phone 1744-J.
155-2
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Shell-rimmed glasses Tuesday
afternoon near corner of Lawrence
and N. State St. Finder please
phone 1252-M. 155-2
LOST-Pair shell-rimmed glasses last
Wednesday night. Kansas City, Mo.,
address on case. Reward. Call
392-R. '154-2

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TED-Men to sell toys to dealers.
eral commissions. Write for
ulars. Wilder Mfg. C., St. Louis,
155-3
TED-Two good May Festival
ets on main floor for Friday and
urday nights. Call 2665-W. 154-7
PED-To buy Ford roadster or
ring. Must be cheap. Call Joe,
-W, after 6 P. M. 155-2
LOST A" FOU"D
-In. Palmer Field House a but-
y pin. Greatly valued by own-
Reward. Call 1668-W. 153-3
-Green purse containing money
key in heredity lecture Thurs-

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

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BOY-DAYS, girl days, the fights and furi by the Old Swir
min' Hole are all brought back again. There isn't a me
who was ever a boy, or a woman who was ever a girl, wt
won't live and love every moment of it.

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