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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Boat?
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DESIGNS COMPLETE FOR
MASUSSTAGE SCENERY

When a motor
work.

0. S. DAVIS NOW PAINTING
URES FOR THE
SETTING

FIG.

The CAILLE MOTOR i s
attached to the boat by simply
tightening two thumb screws.
The FIVE-SPEED CAILLE is
the simplest and best i n the
world. See it in our window.
Fishing Tackle, large line.
est kind
seeds and tools
Paints, Oils and Varnishes

'' .Ike Up-7b-Date Isa r

Energine

" Swissilizing

Guarantees.

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Satisfaction

A1 Telephone Call will bring our car
for all your Cleaning and Pressing

Special scenery for "The Impor-
tance of Being Earnest" to be given
June 1, at the Whitney theater by
Masques, is now being painted by O.
S. Davis, of Detroit, from designs
drawn by Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, of
the engineering college, director of
the play.
Mr. Davis, who is a graduate of the
Fine and Applied Arts college of New
York, follows the modern impression-
istic school of painting. His work
in the second scene of "Bunty Pulls
the Strings".is familiar to local audi-
ences.
This production will be the first of
Masques' plays ever given at the
Whitney theater and will be open to
both men and women of the campus
and vicinity. The women, who will
take both male and female parts in
the play, have, for the most part, ap-
peared in other campus productions.
SUNDAY SERVICES IN
ANN 1ARBOR CHURCHES
Three special speakers and ser-
mons by the regular pastors will
comprise the program at Ann Arbor
churches today. The subjects for dis-
cussion are general in nature although
one sermon will be given in recogni-
tion of the May Festival series, which
ended yesterday.
Sherwood Eddy will be the visit-
ing speaker at the Presbyterian
church, his sermon being given at
10:30 o'clock this morning.
Dr. Allyn K. Foster, of New York,
will speak at 10:30 o'clock this morn-
ing at the Baptist church.
The Union Guild meeting at the
Methodist Episcopal church, at which
Dr. Foster will speak, will be at-
tended by members of the Presbyte-
rian and First Baptist churches. He
has been visiting the universities of
the country conducting-forum discus-
sions of a similar nature.
The remainder of the day's program
at the First Methodist church will
consist of the regular morning service
at 10:30 o'clok, bible classes at 9:30
and 12 o'clock, and a social half-
hour at 6 o'clock for young people.
Rev. Lloyd C. Douglass, of the Con-
gregational church, will give a spe-
cial sermon at the morning servied
on "Music and Morality".
Morning prayer and a sermon wil
be given by the Rev. Henry A. Mc-
Nulty, of Soochow, China, at St. An-
drew's Episcopal church.
At the Unitarian church the min-
ister will give a report on the repre-
sentative men in "The Broader Out-
look" movemet.
The subject of the morning services
at the First Church of Christ, Scien-
tst, is "Soul and Body", followed by
a Sunday school at 11:45 o'clock.
Girls' Clubs To
Serenade Tuesday

Wuomen
Baseball practice will. be held as
follows: Sophomores at 4 o'clock
Monday; freshmen at 5 o'clock Mon-
day. This will be the last practice
before the teams are chosen.
Girls who have taken the playground
course and who have given their sched-
ules to Miss Wood will meet at 4
o'clock Monday afternoon in the gym-
nasium of the Ann Arbor high school.
This meeting is for all girls who ex-
pect to teach.
Any women interested in work as
waitresses at Gratiot Inn, near Port
Huron, for this summer should call
Helen Munger, phone 1322-M.
All members of Senior society will
meet at 7:15 o'clock Monday night at
Helen Newberry residence.
An important rehearsal of the Uni-
versity Girls' Gle club will be held at?
4:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon* in
Barbour gymnasium.
All choruses and cast of Senior
Girls' play will rehearse from 3 to 6
o'clock Monday afternoon in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall. Each girl is ask-
ed to come prepared to pay her fee
of $2. Members of cast and choruses
for the second act will be chosen soon
to rehearse during this week. The
fee will be returned in June with de-
ductions of 25 cents for each unex-
cused absence from practices, accord-
ing to Gladys Reineke, '21, treasurer.
SENIOR GIRLS TO HOLD
CLASS PARTY WEDNESDAY
The last senior girls' party of the
year will be held from 3:30 to 5:30
o'clock Wednesday afternoon in Mar-
tha Cook building. George Rogers'
orchestra will furnish musid for
dancing and refreshment will be
served. Alice Beckham, '21, is in
charge.
Sport hats. Mabel A. Tolford Shop,
721 N. University.=Adv.

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Dean Jordan Entertains Today I
Dean Myra B. Jordan will enter-I
tain at tea this afternoon students
from Battle Creek, who have been
asked to meet Mrs. Jordan's guests

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Take a
KODAK
withy i
PHOTOGRAPHYthe Kodak way is less expensive
you think-our price cards demonstrate it. And
Kodak is simple to work-we can readily show
how easy it is.
Autographc Kodaks from $8.00 up
Brownies $2.00 up
Catkins-Fletcher
Drug Co.e

from that city, who have
tending the May Festival
Let a classified ad find tb
ticle.-Adv.

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209 S.
4th Ave.

Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

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Phone Orders
Promptly Filled

Mail Orders
Promptly Fille

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STORE OPENS 8:30

STORE (

TISING

ST AND FOUND

WANTED-Reliable men and women
to sell Michigan Finance Corporation
stock-Ann Arbor-Jackson. Exclu-
sive field. Pioneer work already
done. People buying. Established
business with unique record for year
and one of strongest organizations
in America. If you know you can
sell when you have the real goods,
see Mr. Tremmel, 408 National Bank
Bldg. Phone 2169. 162-2
WANTED - Summer salesmen for
house to house work in Michigan.
If you are interested in making some
real money, call Malleaux and Clark
at 210 S. Thayer St., between 3:00,
and 5:00 or 6:30 and 8:00 P.M. 159-21,1
WANTED - Single, room for next
school year.. Must be first class in
region of East ., Forest or Church.
Would like to have shower aCcom-
modation. Write Box Q. V., Daily.
162-3
WANTED-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. Hurdn. 148-21
WANTED - Representatives wanted
for summer. Pleasant work and
good pay. For further information
and interview write, Ohio Canvas
Co., Toledo, Ohio. 161-3
WANTED - Girl student to help in
home now and opportunity to go
North for summer. Phone 550-W.
162-2
WANTED-To buy a C melody Saxa-
phone-silver finish. 224 S. Thayer
St., 1612-R. 162-2
WANTED-A good roll top desk, also
single sanitary cot. Phone 308. 163
MISCELLANEOUS
ATTENTION! Good money-making
proposition. Something anyone can
do. No experience necessary. Works
unusually well. Call D. Heetderks,
1170-M between 6:45 and 8 eve-
nings or call at 920 E. Washington.
161-6

LOST-Friday on Ann Arbor road four
miles from Ypsilanti, a black travel-
ing bag. Finder please return to 14
S. Summit St, Ypsilanti, or phone
765-W for $30 reward. 163-4
LOST- Between Cousins and Hall's.
,and Forest Ave., a black leather,
handbag with bank books, money,
etc. Call 2641-W. 161-31
LOST-During initiation of Michigam-'
ua a coat containing a fourltain pen
-nearnUnion. Call 1153-J. H.2B.
Hoff man. 162-3
LOST-Ten dollar bill on or near
Pack-ard St., Friday night Call
1589-W. Reward. 163-2
FOUND-Lady's watchmCommunicate
with Gilbert S Loomis Motor Co.,
Jackson, Mich. 163-2
LOST-Bunch of keys Capnight. Find-
er please call Hopkins, 937-J. 444 S.
State. 163
LOST-Phi Beta Pi fraternity pin. Call
344 for Price. 162-4
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-$60.00 Victrola. Mahog-
any case. Condition good., Can be
used for canoeing. 15 records.
Price $32.00. Phone 2186-R. '161-2'
FOR SALE-diOld.Towne Canoe-excel-
lent condition. Full equipment.
Goldwater at 815 E. Huron. Phone
496-F2. 162-2
FOR SALE-Chevrolet Baby Grhnd
roadster. Electric starter, lights, and
engine in A-1 condition. Tires good.
Call 344 after 5 o'clock. 163-3
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Housekeeping apartment.
Two large rooms, ground floor, run-
ning hot and cold water, near cam-
pus and downtown. 203 S. Thayer
St. 161.-3
FOR RENT -- For summer school.
Th.ree suites and one single room,
610 Forest. Call 2641-W. 161-3
WAITE1

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EST. 1857
Dainty Cool Frocks for Sumn
Summer and warm weather are just around the corner and far sighted girls are b
summer dresses now, so that they will be ready to meet summer. And they are simply
with the frocks this spring. Probably never before have they been so refreshingly love
crisp organdies and soft beautifully colored dotted swisses seem to be the favorites as
might be. The organdies are of course a trifle more elaborate than the swisses and ae
thing for the summer parties. Delightful color combinations are evolved, as for instan
over maize pr orchid and yellow. Of course, the old favorites are here-pink, blue, ro
green, as well as some new ones-brown, navy, American Beauty, and orange. The (
made 'in a bewildering variety of styles, trimmed with velvet ribbons, ruffles, dainty ci
crisp flowers of the same material. And the prices will suit every pocketbook-from $
The dotted swisses include combinations of navy, pink, orchid, rose, green, C(
brown, black and yellow with white, as well as navy with red. These little frocks ar
with organdie, bands of the white organdie being used in many cases to trim the skirts
and sashes form the only trimming on many frocks. These dresses are priced from $19.

Now-a-days serenaders are not
necessarily men and Tuesday eve-
ning every d9rmitory and sorority
house will be serenaded by the Uni-
versity Girls' Glee and Mandolin
clubs combined.
It has become an ,annual custom
for the Glee club to give a spring
serenade, and the Mandolin club
which was organized two years "ago,
will accompany the Glee club this
year.

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Corselete

Two new styles of brogue oK tord
in medium and dark tans. Neat and
conservative. $10.00. Davis Toggefy
Shop, 119 S. Main St.-Adv.
SVISITING CARDS-Order them now.
$2 and up. Wahr's Bookstores.- Adv.
Read The Daily for Campus news

E BURNHAM'S
and.
MARINELLO
COSMETICS
Also you'll find the best
HAIR GOODS

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For the girl who does not wear a corset this Cor
lette is made. It combines in one garment brassie
and supporters. We have these garments at thr
prices-$1.75, $3 and- $7. The one at $1.75
made of firm, fine batiste, at $3 of brocaded ma
rial, and at $7 of pussy willow silk.
New lingerie for summer wear is arriving and
so cool and dainty. Two piece pajamas, made
crepe and pretty enough for anybody, are $3.E
Chemises, made of fine striped voile or witch<
crepe are priced as low as $1.75.
Petticoats with the double panel front are p
fect to wear with thin summer frocks. Plain, w
scalloped bottom, they are $1.30. With embro
ery flounce they are $2.19.

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MRS. STODDARD'S
HAIR SHOP

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707 N. University., Phone 262 . __ _

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