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'THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SSuey,

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ALL- CHORUSES CHOSEN
FOR SENIOR GIRLS' LA
PERSONNEL OF 'FANT A SY SnOWS,
WIDE VARIETY OF
TALENTf

iain open

summer
Liberty St. E

All University women who have lived
in Helen Newberry residence *are in-
vited to attend a tea which will be giv-
en from 3 to 5:30 o'clock Monday aft-
ernoon at the dormitory.
Girls taking part in the Maypole
dance for Lantern night will practice
atc5 o'clock Monday afternoon in Bar-
bour gymnasium. It is very important
that all be present to fill out the
groups. This will be the last practice.

Nash 7-Passenger Car
MAKING REGULAR TRIPS
GR0OM'S
BATHING BEACH
WiiHITMORE LAKE.

Also Special Trip
Price Reasonable

CALL MQNTY, 1261-M
Courteous and satisfactory !
['REATMENT to every custom-,
r, whether the account be large
r small.
[he Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
lapital and Surplus$625,000.aOO
,e8oarces..........$5,000,000.00
707 North University Ave.
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
enuine Engraving and Embossing.
er your visiting cards now. 0. D.
,rill, 17 Nickel's Arcade.-Adv. l

Courtiers, court ladies, slaves and
politicians named for the second act
of the Senior Girls' play complete the:
personnel of the fantasy written by
Prof. J. L. Brumm, of the rhetoric de-C
partment, to be produced under his di-
rection, during Commencement week.
Proceeds from the play will be donated,
~to the Women's building fund..
Rehearsals have been carried on for
the past several weeks, will continue
until examinations, and lbe taken up
again+ afterward. The schedule for
next week is as follows: Entire first
act 3 to 6 o'clock. second act 7 to 9
o'clock, Monday; second act 3 ao 6
o'clock Tuesday afternoon; all chor-
uses first and second acts 3 to 6 o'clo~k,
cast first and second acts 7 to 9 o'cfock,
Wednesday; ethid act 3 to 6 o'clock7
Thursday afternoon; work on cos-
tumes for all three acts 3 to 6 o'clock,
Friday afternoon; entire first, tecond,
and third acts 9 to 12 o'clock, Saturday I
morning.
The cast of three acts inludes the
(Continued on Page Six)
WHITE POL-0
SHIRTS, $2.50
GEO. KYER

Professor Friday to Speak In Detroit
Prof. David Friday, of the economics
department, will attend the annual
Michigan State Bankers' convention
next Tuesday afternoont in Detroit,
where he will speak, on "'the Future
of Interest, Rates."
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan. Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.
SUGAR BOWL
HOME .MADE CANDY
ABSOLUTELY CLEAN
BEST LINE IN THE CITY
EVERYTHING
MADE IN AOiN ARBOR
LIGHT LUNCHES
ANN ARBOR
SUGAR BOWL

Athletic underwear, Wilson Bros. - Straw hats -for hot wea
and Rockingchair brands, $1.00 to ors, $3.50 to $5.00. Panm
$2.00. Davis Toggery Shop, 119 South $6.00. Davis Toggery Sho
Main Street.-Adv. Main St.-Adv.

Have you lost anything that you
prize very highly? The' Classified
columns of The Michigan Daily are
always ready to serve you.-Adv.
BLUE BOOKS-BLUE BOOKS- all
sizes at Cushings.-Av.

CHINESE - JAPANES E and
Other Foreign Students
SECURE RESERVATIONS ON YOUR FAVORITE
STLAJISHIP LINE
FROM
W. F. KELLER
402 National Bank Building Telephone 808
ANN ARBOR, MICH.

Extra practice for the archery
nament will be held at 4 o'clock
day afternoon at Palmer field.

tour-
Mon-

WHITE PC
SHIRTS ,$2
GEO. KY

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.he New Victor Records

Girls who have been chosen to lead
'each class in the Lantern night pro-
cession will meet at 12 o'clock Monday
noon in Barbour gymnasium.
Mummers' club will hold its last
meeting of the year at 4 o'clock Mon-
day afternoon in the parlors of Bar-
bour gymnasium. All members are
asked to attend.
A meeting of all the girls who have
signed up for the Geneva conference
will be held at .4 o'clock Tuesday aft-
ernoon at Newberry hall. -Deposits
must be paid to either Thekla Roese,
'22, or to Rose Sturmer, '20, before
that time.
The Michigan Dames will hhve a
pot-luck supper at 7 o'clock Tuesday
evening at Lane hall. This will be
the last meeting of the year. Members
are asked to bring needles and thread.
You've been looking for this knit-
ted tie, heavy silk, narrow, in a var-
iety of colors with a cross stripe of
white, 85 cents. Davis Toggery Shop,
119 SouthMain St-Adv.
KEEP A T1G'T GRIP
ON YOUR "DOUGWH-
SEE MOW FAR YOUR
C ASHM
E VERY man is in duty bound
to protect his r finances.
Every dollar you get a hold of
stiould be examined closely to
see how much comfort-value it
contai*s. Any of your money
that is spent here for plumbing
will bring you the proper re-
turns in contentment.

GOING ABROAD?
Then Be Sure T'o .Carry ".. B. A."
Cheques
- Upon arrival abroad-because of arrangements made by the Bankers
Trust Company's Foreign Service-you may exchange/the
AMERICAN
"A. B. A." , BANKERS CHEQUES.
ASSOCIATION
which you take with you for other "A.B.A." CHEQUES payable in pounds
sterling, francs, lire, etc., at the rate current on the day of exchange. Ask
us about them.
FARMERS AN ,MECHANICS BANK
NICKELS ARCADE MAIN AND HURON STS,
il fiinil u n u Huu u uun

for June are Here

Bright, snappy, popular songs, dance records and a good
array of Red Seal Records by World Artists.
Three Special Dance Records included with the June ship-
ments not previously announced by the Victor Co.

I

Moonlight-Fox Trot.............Paul Whiteman and His
Toddle-Medley Fox Trqt ..............Benson
Sdandinavia-Fox Trot ......... ..........Benson
Ain't We Got Fun?-Fox Trot.................Benson

Orchest
Orches
Orches
Orchees

tra
trig
tra
tra,

Phone Orders
Promptly Filled

-
Mail Orders
Promptly Filled

herie--Fox Trot......... ...Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra
dy Man-Fox Trot ................Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra

I

COMEIN AND HEAR THEM

STORE OPENS 8:30

ESt 1857
A STORE OF INDIVIDUAL SHOPS

STORE CL6SES 5

Schaeberle and Sons, Music House

110 South Main Street

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[11II II 111

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ININ
LAS P,,'F COLUMNI
is L ASSIF IE 'TI
SES L CL.SES
P.Y. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.Me
WANTED nR. F ,ALE

ERENAKj& MARTIN
PLUMBING HEATING
ItEP IRING

Captivating

Bathing Costume

Phone 2452
NORTH MAfN STREET

320

rrlil! 1.i "

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NTED-Salesmen to sell the Wat-
Baby during the summer; a
vel water motor that saves work
the kitchen. You can make from
to $15 a day. For further partic-
ars write National Home Appli-
ace Co., 50 Garfield Blvd., Detroit.
172-5
NTED2-Lady and two nephews,
udents, want thiee or four rooms
r light housekeeping for the fall
rm. Write:Box AW, Daily, or call
ilcox, 691-J. 174-2
NTED-Men to sell brushes dur-
g summer. Good money making
'oposition. Call Eman, 1268, be-
veen 6:30 and 8:30 evenings or
rite 1007 E. Huron St. 175-21
NTED- Rooms near the Campus
r next year, by two instructors.
ouse with no other roomers prefer-
d. Call 66-W and leave address.
174-3
NTED-Three room suite for next
ar by three upperclassmen. South
st side. close to Campus p refer-
d. Call Malloch, 2139-W. 174-3
NTED-White cook to < cook forl
aternity of 30 for the next school
ar. Address box E. ,P., care of
alily. 174-3
FOR RENT
I RENT-Two, single rooms and
te suite for students during sum-
er session. Phone 1192-J. 1243
ashtenaw. 173-3
I RENT-Two rooms, block and a
aif from campus. Same price to
ther two or three students. Phone
:71-W. 172-5
I RENT-To instructor for next
llege year, a fine strictly modern
ite. Phone 736. 172-91

FOR SALE-A large rooming house,
suitable for a fraternity, club or
sorority. In first class condition,
one block from Campus. 609 Mon-
roe St. Phone 2236-J. 174-3
FOR SALE--1919 Ford Roadster, fully
equipped, 1921 license and, insur-
ance against theft, fire, liability and
collision. Price $250.00. Telephone
527-M. 174-3
FOR SALE-Size 40-long tuxedo suit.
Atterbury make. Practically new.
Worn very little-with two vests.
Bargain. Phone 2186-R. 175-2
FOR SALE-Harley twin motorcycle;
good as new. Cheap for quick pur-
chase. Call 1881-W. 172-21
FOR SALE-B. & L. microscope in ex-'
cellent condition. Price $85, cash.
Phone 902-R. 175-2
FOR SALE -1919 Henderson motor-
cycle, fully equipped. 608 Monroe.
1387. 172-4
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-A knitted sport coat. Between
Ann Arbor and Groomes Beach,
Whitmore Lake. Finder call 189
and ask for Sam Riggs. 174-2
LOST-Dunhill 34 pipe, Sunday after-
noon between Fair Ground's ten-
nis courts and Washtenaw'and Hill.
Call Patton, 188. 173-3
LOST-Saturday-Black leather watch
fob, with Sigma Xi key. Name on
back, Earl 0. Sturdevant. Reward.
Call 1110-R._173-3
LOST-Kappa Sigma badge. Finder
plese call Earl Jeurs, 566, and re-
ceive reward. 172 5
LOST-Army discharge. Please call
Hunter, 118-3. 173-3

.
SUMMER BURGLARS
You will enjoy your vacation

For the cooling splash

in the waves.

Whether you are an expert swimmer, or just splash in the waves, or
merely ,bask in the sun on the shore, you will want a bathing attire that is
attractive.
Fashion has declared the knitted jersey rf dashiog color the most appro
priate for the swimmer, and the smart satin for the ones who find their pleasure
on the sands df the beach.

the more
LARY

if you take out BURG-
INSURANCE before

starting.
and our.

The COST IS LOW
policies cover damage to

And which ever suit you select you must have a fascinating and bewitch-

ing rubber cap of brilliant hue.

building or goods caused by
burglars as well as loss of goods.
We are the largest writers of this
form of insurance in the city and
shall be glad to consult with you.

it may be a chic little thing with projecting

wings on either side or just a skull cap with a demure flower as its only adorn-
ment, but have one or the -other you must!

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BUTLER
INSURANCE

Phonte 401-lU
NATIONAh BANK BUILDING.

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