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-galumnae editor, Carrie Fairchild, '21,
ng, 'Pntngs and business manager, Helen Mac-
rartha Cook A nnual Dougall, '21. A benefit dance was
given ~May 6 for the purpose of rats-
- iing funds toward the cost of the an-
Swill b An aluinae section composedInual

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:s o me as
vill be an article'
architecture, and
rt Scranton, the
nd designed thel
also be a sketch'
being planned by
landscape artist
Park, New York.
the French por-
ted the portrait
ch hangs in thei
itory, will contri-

of letters from many Michigan alum-
nae who were formerly residents of
Martha Cook building.

OPEN ,SHOP PLAN
T'nTT/ nP nI iE U r

Included In the annual are a num-
ber of pictures of the dormitory and The
snaps of this year's residents. There debateo
wvill be the usual stories of the year's ty will
events and a new song to Martha Cook night in
written by two of the girls. The is- versity
sue is dedicated to Miss Grace Green- open to
wood, social director of the dormitory. The w

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annual freshman-sophomore
of the Athena Literary socie-
be held at 7:15 o'clock to-
the Alpha Nu room in Uni-
hall. The meeting will be
the public.

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roposition for debate is: Re-

The editor is Emma Jacobs, '21;j

the art, of portra- the assistant editor is Eleanor Fuller,
'21;.art editor, Catherine Heller, '22A;
he first time there social director, Rosella Smalldon, '21;

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solved-That the open shop is the best
method in dealing with labor. The
freshman team, Dorothy Kelly, Ruth
Sutherland, and Catherine Stafford,
defend the affirmative side of the
question. The sophomore members
who maintan the negative argument
are Beatrice Champion, Yona Moriya,
and Adele Unger.
NICKELS-CLOUSER EDDINGr
CELEBRATED SATURDAY

BERBACH & SON CO.
04 EAST LIBERTY STREET

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Drugs

Toilet Articles

Chemicals

oratory Supplies

The marriage of Bernice J. Nickels,
'21, of Ann Arbor, and Ben 0. Clouser,
'23, of Springfield, Ill., was performed
at 6 o'clock Saturday evening at the
home of the bride's parents by Rev.
Henry Tatlock. The Misses Marion
C. Wean, of Toledo, Ohio, and Doro-
thy G. Gibson, of Detroit, attended the
bride, and W. P. Fortune, '24L, and
John R.' Meranda, '22E, 'attended. the
groom.
Mrs. Clouser is well known on the
campus, being president of both Sen-
ior society and the University Girls'
Glee club. Mr. Clouser is a memberof
the Kappa Sigma fraternity. y

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Waomen
.ny women interested in work as
itresses at Gration Inn, near Port
ron, for this summer should call
len Munger, phone 1322-M.
Wyvern will hold its nextmeeting
7:30 o'clock tonight at the Alpha
i house.
There will be a regular rehearsal of
University Girls' Glee club at
0 o'clock thisafternoon in Barbour
mnasium.
Michigan Dames will hold their
xt meeting at 8 o'clock to-
ght at Lane hall. At this meetng,
icers for the coming year will be
ected.
6irls' Educational club will meet at
o'clock tonight at Betsy Bar-
)ur house. Prof. Foy W. Cow-
n will address the club. Each mem-
r is requested to bring a guest.
Members of the playground course
ho are planning to teach in the Ann
rbor schools are requested to leave
ieir schedules in Miss Wood's office
4 o'clock this afternoon.
Junior and senior baseball practice
ill be held at 5 o'clock this after-
oon at Palmer field.
Did you ever try using The Daily as
Shopping Directory? Satisfaction is
your command if you patronize our
vertLisers.-Adv.
Use the advertising columns of The
ichigan Daily to reach the best of
.nn Arbor's buvers.-Adv.

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Fancy and plain--.
Since the same careful methods
are used on plain garments a s
on fancy, it is very much worth
while having all cleaned here

Well groomed women
everywhere wear

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High Class Food
Open 6a.m. Close 11 p.m

Hlave if aster Cleaned
It costs you no more

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CHAPMAN
AN O$TOMETRIST
Reliability & Satisfaction
outh Main Street
i - -. MICHIIGAN

Sleep Anyplace But
Laat ex's ,
THE CLUB LUNCH.
712 ARBOR STREET
N ear State and Packard

STUDENTS WARNED ABOUT FIRE
HAZARD ON UNIVERSITY LAND

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LA SSIfIEP CLOSES.
ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

Students are warned against care-
less throwing of lighted matches and
cigarettes among the trees and shrubs
on University grounds in te vicinity
of the city.
Prof. H. 0. Whitmore, of the land-
scape design department cited yester-
day an example of such carelessness-
in the past week that resulted in the
destruction of from $50 to $100 worth
of pines in the arboretum.
Fires ofsuch a nature on University
grounds might easily result in de-
struction of trees and shrubs that
could not be replaced for several years,
declared Professor Whittemore.

COLLEGE END

Now isyour time to buy your
Graduating Gifts

SALE

DA RLI & MAL EAUX
224 - 226 S State Street 7 Nickels Arcade

ST AND FOUND
welled basket shaped pin1
night, also a pair of long I
s Sunday. Please call
506 E. Catherine. Re-
158-2
lied Eastern Star pin, on
r vicinity, Thursday att-
leward if returned to ar-
corner Huron and State
157-3
coat at tug-of-vrr, had

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- 1915 Ford Roadster in
good running order, new top and
curtains, or will sell chassis alone
-for s.eedster. Bargan. Phone
31 ?BLS . 158

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Phone Orders
Promptly Filled

Mail Orders
Promptly Filled

FRESHMEN WILL GIVE ANNUALa
DANCE APRIL 27 AT UNION

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k tie in other pocket. Re-
6 Packard. 157-2
rown cravenette top-coat '
auditorium, between 2 and
Monday. mall Howarth'
hone 1097-W. 158-3
ose leaf leather covered
with, name C. Maurice At-j
it. Reward. Call Atkin-
158-3
of tortoise shell glasses,
on State St., or East Uni-
Reward. Call .Wilson,
3. 158-2'
roose leaf stiff, cover'ed
Thursday morning, with
Robt. Rice. Reward. Call
157-2
rsday, May 12, black leath-1
containing $7.00, change
. Phone 1058-R. 158-2.
era, No. 2 Premo East-,
ak, on east side of Huron,
M. Call 410-J. 158-2
.sweater-coat by freshman
n spring games. Finder;
11 1925-M. 1581
Cappa Delta pin, diamond
ith pearls. Finder please
158-2j

FOR SALE .'Pittsburg typewriter-
standard keyboard. Big bargain at
$15. Call Win. Husband at 2106-M
or 615 Monroe. 158-2
F04~ SALE - Vega . (Tenor) banjo
Real bargain. Fine condition.bCall
evenings 2127-M at 7. 636 Oakland.
158-2.
FOR SALE-Two May Festival course
- tickets. Eighth row-main floor.
$12.00. Phone Frost at 976-J. 153
FOR SALE-Canoe rugs-the famous
"Dixie" brand. $1.95 each at the St.
L Clair Shop, 309-311 No. 4th Ave. 156-3
FOR SALE--Two course tickets for
May Festival. Excellent location on
Main floor. Call 1122-W.. 156-3,
FOR SALE-One $6.00 May.Festival
ticket -;main floor for $5.06. Call
2651-R after 7:15 p. m. 158
FOR SALE-Main floor seats for May
SFestival for $1.50. Call 849-R at
floon or before 8 a. m. 158-3
FOR SALE-Two May Festival tick-
ets, Main floor, row Z, for any con-
cert. Phone 1766-J. 157-2
FOR SALE-Course tickets for May
Festival -7th row - 'main floor.
Phone 1217-11. 158.2
FOR SALE-Two fivetdollar Festival
jtickets. Call Riblet,.phone 2236-J.
158-2
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..
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
CHANCE FOR four or five students'
to spend summer school in private
home. Room and board at reason-
able rates. Phone 7130-F15. 158
STUDENTS-We have a high grade,
position for summer work. Come in
and talk it over with us. No. 4,
Nickel's Arcade. 157-3
WILL THE person who borroweed ai
"C" clarinet from C. M. Atkinson be-
fore Xmas, kindly call 566.. Thank
you. 158-3
YOUR TROUSERS pressed without a
cent to the tailor. "Dud Duzzet",
phone 1629-M. 158-3
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND-Grey cap belonging to soph-

Notwithstanding many reports to the
contrary, the annual freshman dance
will be held Friday, May 27, at the
Union. Tickets for the dance, which
will be a summer f6rmal affair will be
on sale from 9 to 5 o'clock Wednes-
day and Thursday of this week in the
booth at University hall. They will
cost$4 . All dues must be paid be-
fore a ticket can be purchased.

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:TORE OPENS 8:30

EST. 1857
Clearance Sale of Suits

;UMOR ADVISERS GUESTS
OF FRESHMAN WOMEN
A tea dance will be given by the
freshman girls for their junior advis-
ers from 4 until 6 o'clock this after-
noon at Barbour gymnasium. Dean
Myra B. Jordan, Miss Marguerite
Chapin, Miss Marion Wood, and Miss
Marion Dawley will be present.

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$19.75)

$29.75

STORE CLOSES 5:30

Two lots of spring suits are left and have been
marked at these low prices for clearance. In-
cluded in the first lot are five suits in serge and
tricotine. Navy blue is the only color but sev-
eral styles- are represented. Tailored models
predominate, although a few pore elaborate
suits are here. Values to-'$30are represented at
$19.75.

laupe gray fur neckpiece. Call'
Duffey, 738-W, after six 158-3
Cold pen. Generous reward.
lois Brooks, 1838-R. ' 158-3
_A bunch of keys in Library
ent. Call 1443-R. 158-2
WANTED
D-Men to sell brushes dur-
immer. Good money making
sition. Call Eman, 1268, be-
6:30 and 8:30 evenings or
1007 E. Huron., 148-21
D-Two <good May Festival
s on main floor for Friday and
lay nights. Call 2665-W. 154-7I
D- Two tickets, main floor,
aturday night, May 21. Gall
S. C. S. 158-2
D - Garage to rent east of
-. J. M. Scoville, 513 Elm.
~366-W. 157-2
FOR RENT
?NT-Housekeeping apartment
large rooms, ground floor. Hot
old running water, near cam-
nd downtown. 203 S. Thayer.

M. A. C. Seniors Hear Dr. Bartlett
Dr. Barbara H. Bartlett, director of
training in. public health nursing, de-
livered a lecture to the senior girls
of the Michigan Agricultural college
in Lansing Thursday, May 12. The
subject of the lecture was "The Cor-
relation of Public Health and Home
Economics", and dealt with the rela-
tion of public health nursing to home
economic work.
Girls' Baseball Schedule Complete
The remainder of the first round of
the interhouse baseball tournament
will be played off this week as fol-
lows: Alphi Phi vs. Alpha Chi Ome-
ga at 5 o'clock today; Newberry vs.
Chi Omega. at 7 o'clock tonight;
Martha Cook vs. Pi Beta Phi, and
Kappa Delta vs. Gamma Phi Beta at
5 o'clock Wednesday afternoon.
Nurses' Y. W. C. A. to Hold Bake Sale
For the purpose of raising fuids
to send a member of the Nurses' unit
of the Y. W. C. A. to the convention
at Lake Geneva this summer the ad-
visory board of that organization will
hold a bake sale at 9 o'clock Wednes-
day morning at Graham's book store
on State street.
(Jsb the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's b'uyers.-Adv.
Did you ever try using The Daily as
a Shopping Directory? Satisfaction is
at your command if von natronize our

The second lot contains seven suits in tweed
and gabardine. Colors are brown, tan, navy and
grey. Nearly all are tailored models made in
sports style with narrow belts and patch pock-
ets. A few of the gabardines are embroidered.
Values to $55 are represented.
(SECOND FLOOR)

Sale of Silk Dresses

Sale of Wool

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One lot, value to $60
$24.75
One lot, values to $35

Dreses

One lot, values to $40

$19.75

$19.75

(SECOND I

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