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May 25, 1921 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-05-25

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ave Library Open Decoration Day
ith For the convenience of students the
gm- Library will be kept open all day Mon-
No day, May 30, Decoration day, accordingI
ity to William W. Bishop, librarian.
A.
ne Read The Daily for Campus news.
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At a meeting of the Chicago alumnae
of the University on May 21 at "the
College club, officers for the ensuing
year were elected and plans for the
proposed Women's building campaign
were discussed.
Pledge cards were distributed to the
members who agreed to get as many
life memberships as possible before
June 1. The association expressed it-
self as being, strongly in favor of the
erection of the Women's building.
Officers for the coming year will be:
President, Mrs. C. M. Marston, '02;
vice-president, Ora Follett, '04; sec-
retary, Margar'et Walsh, ''19; treasur-
er, Mrs. Ida Wallace Langlands; di-
rectors, Mina Streator, '02, Mrs. Beul-
ah Doty, '06, Mrs. Ben N. Brown, '02,
Mrs. Niel Martin, and Mrs. L. V. Arm-
strong, '09.
WiOmen
Mortarboard will meet at 7:30
o'clock Thursday night at the Chi Om-
ega house.
A party for senior women will held
this afternoon from 3:30 to 5:30
o'clock in Martha Cook building.
George Rogers orchestra will furnish
music.
There will be a meeting of all soph-y
omore women at 4 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon in Barbour gymnasium, to
discuss plans for next year's junior
advisor work.
All members of the Y. W. C. A. are
asked to attend the meeting at 4
o'clock Thursday afternoon. Installa-
tion' of officers will take place.
Girls wishing to take part in the'
Maypole dance to be given on Lantern,
night, June 7, are requested to sign
up on the bulletin board at Barbour
gymnasium or at the fieid house at
Palmer field before Friday noon of this
week.
The women's Cosmopolitan club pic-
nic will be held at 5 o'clock Thursday
afternoon. Members are asked to
meet at Newberry hall at that time.
Rehearsal of cast and choruses of
the first act of Senior Girls' play will!
be held from 3 to 6 o'clock this art-
ernoon and Thursday afternoon' in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
COMMENCEMENT GIFT BOOKS-
'wo large stocks to select from. Wahr's
Bookstores.-Adv.

Majestic-Elliot Dexter in "The
Witching Hour," from the play
by Augustus Thomas. Also
"Torchy Turns Cupid."
Arcade-Wallace Reid in "The
Love Special" with a support-
ing cast including Agnes Ayres
and Theodore Roberts.
Wuertl,- Mary Miles Minter in
"All Soul's Eve." A Hallroom
Boy comedy and Internation-
al news. .
Orpheum - Jack Pickford in
Man Who Had Everything."
Also Gayety comedy, "Dummy
Love," and Pathe review.
1 THIS, WEEK
Stage
Garrick (Detroit)-The Bons-
telle company in the snappy
musical comedy, "Bab."
Shubert (Detroit) -D. W. Grif-
fith's latest great production,
"Way Down East," with tall of
the Griflfth stars.
D. A. R. to Meet at Country Club
The Sarah Caswell Angell chapter
of the D. A. R. will hold its regular an-
nual meeting tomorrow at the Barton
Hills Country club. Luncheon Will be
served at 12:30 o'clock preceded by a
short musical program and followed
by a business meeting, at which of-
ficers for next year will be elected.
Senior Society Elects Officers
Election of officers of Senior soci-
ety was held Monday night at which
time' the following members were
elected to office: Euphemia Carna-
han, president; Mary Van Deinse, vice-
president; Eleanor Brown, secretary;
Florence Shirey, treasurer.
Use Classified advertising and sel
your miscellaneous artlcles.-Adv.
Welcome to Ann Arbor
,May Festival Visitors!
Make TUTTLE'S your
Headquarters .for Nice
Home-like Meals.
One-half Block South of
Majestic Theatre

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DROP IN AFTER THE DANCE AT THE
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A SPECIALTY

SOFT DRINKS AND LIGHT REFRES
FOR LADIES' AND GENTS'
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGI-

'Tlr~Ic t ARES. A L : C AT ff.
LOW HEEL WAL

For that canoe trip up river or
for that fishing excursion
Yoti need a tube of

SHOES

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Cream

-tive, Repellant
3 and blkjk flies
1 Away

The great outdoor Wal.
Essentially a sport Shoe
everywhere for city wear.
Vamp Saddle patterns in b
PRICE $1

Till Like it,
:uitos Wont

Walk-OvhotrShop
115 South Main Street

All Druggists Sell It

I THIS
IFIE N COLUMN
CLOSES
.TIUN AT 3 P.M
WANTED
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. Huron. 148-21

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Arbor road four
a black travel-
.se return to 14
anti, or phone
d. 163-4

The Finest Bathing Suil
In Ann Arbor Has Arrived at
This suit was designed especially for us by one of the best swimmers
and it is a REAL suit. White shirt with blue chest stripes, buttone
crotch, blue jersey pants with a white belt, and best of all, it's ALL W
ing our sale we will sell this suit complete at

a.y 11th 'or 12th a short string
J pearl beads. whit" gold
ith diamond. Reward if re-
to 1028 Martin Place. 165-2
panese gold ring with chip
. Initials H. V. Return to
n Union Soda bar. 164-2
>g-log slide rule with name
[erman on case. Return to
ry's office. 165-3
nose-leaf leather notebook.
Hess in gold lettering. Call
164-2
Saturday, pair of glasses.
please cal 368. 164-4
M Beta Pi fraternity pin. Cal
Price. 162-4
FOR SALE
ICE-Chevrolet Babyr Grand
Electric starter, lights, and
in A-1 condition. Tires .good.
after 5 o'clock. 163-3
,E- Henderson Motorcycle,
1,500 miles. A-1 condition.
ally equipped. 514 E. Lib-
Phone 865-M.. 164-3
jE-Heatless trouser press-
s fine job, lasts indefinitely.
Call 1629-M. 724 W. Wash-
165-4
E-"C" melody straight sax-
Easy to learn on. Write
B., Daily. 165-3

WANTED-Several summer salesmen
for a proposition that guarantees a
minimum of $525.00. Contracts must
be in soon. If interested call Mar-
tin Larson' 959. 165-4
WANTED-Refined young upperclass
gentlemen to room next year. Very
near Campus. Address D. D., Mich-
igan Daily. 165-3'
WANTED-Cook for fraternity house
for remainder of school year. Call
Steward at 595.
WANTED-A good roll top desk, also
single sanitary cot. Phone 307. 165
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-To a club of men, a furn-
ished house close to campus. Will
furnish board. Call at my restaur-
ant. 615 E. Liberty St. Ralph T.
'Swczey. 164-3
FOR RENT-Housekeeping apartment.
Two large rooms, ground floor, near
campus and downtown, hot and
cold running water. 203 S. Thayer
St. 164-3
FOR RENT- Rooms ,with lavatories,
cool, near campus to refined young
men for summer term.. Address A.
T., Michigan Daily. 165-3
FOR RENT-Splendid opportunity for
furnished home for husband and
wife or mother and son. Phone
265-J. 165
MISCELLANEOUS

$12.00
White Flannel Trousers
$9'.85

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$7.35

$27.00 and

Palm Bea

$23.25

ADLER -=ROCHESTER SUITS

$35.00

Suits now
$28.50

$40.00
Suits now
$32.50

$45.00 and $50.00

$55.

Suits now
$36.75

$60.00

$43.75

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Big Discounts on AllFurnishing Goods,

Straw

Hats and odd Trousers.

'ord roadster, 1915 mod-
aing order, must be sold
-M. 165-2

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'ATTENTION! Good money-making
proposition. Something anyone can
do. No experience necessary. Works
unusually well. Call D. Heetderks,

LUTZ-CLOTHING STORE
217 SOUTH MAIN STREET

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