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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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OMEN

wAomen

cast of first and second acts, 7 to 9,
o'clock Wednesday; third act, 3 to 6;
o'clock Thursday afternoon; work on
costumes for all three acts, 3 to 6'
o'clock Friday afternoon; rehearsals
for all three acts, 9 to 12 o'clock Sat-
urday morning.

rman, '21, has been ap-{
nt to the dean of wom-
r beginning September,'
immer she will assist
apin, '20, who will be
that time.
,n took her first two
giate work at Radcliffe,
niversity two years ago.
identified with various
rg her two years here
er of Masques, Comedy
s, Pi Epsilon Delta, Col-
and Phi Beta Kappa.,

TO BE LISTED

n wishing to serve as up-
lass advisers next year are
ested to fill out the enclos-
)upon and mail to the Union
land in at the main desk
ediately.

. I
A meeting of all the girls who have
signed up for the Geneva conference
'will be held at 4 o'clock this aft-
ernoon at Newberry hall, Deposits
must be paid to either Thekla Roese,
'22, or to Rose Sturpner, '20, beforej
that time.
The Michigan Dames will have a
pot-luck supper at 7 o'clock this
eveningN at Lane hall. This will be
the last meeting of the year. Members
are asked tobring needl'es and thread.
Every member of the University Girls'
Glee club is urged by the president to
attend the meeting which will be held
at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon in Bar-
bour gymnasium, It
Athena Literary society Will not hold
another meeting this year.
Masques will hold its annual meet-
ing for election of officers at 3:30
o'clock this afternoon in Barbour gym-
nasium.
Seniors are requested to wear their
caps and gowns at Lantern night cele-
brations tonight. Other classes will
wear light clothes.
The Women's league will serve cof-
fe'e at Palmer field before the Lantgrn
march. Each girl is requested to bring
cup and spodn.
Senior Gii'ls' play *ehearsals for this
week are as follows Second act, 3 to
6 o'clock this afternoon;i choruses of
first and second acts, 3 to 6 o'clock,

ENGAGEMENT OF MARGARET is to consider the plans of the new san-
, sPALDING, '22, ANNOUNCEJJ itorium which St. Joseph plans to
______build in thpe near future. She will be
Announcement was made of the en- at home to any of her friends until
gagement of Margaret Spalding, '22, Wednesday, when she plans to leave
to Raymond Sides at a breakfast given Ann Arbor.
at the Pi Beta Phi house last Sunday
morning.. Miss Spalding, who is a STUDENT BREAKS COLLAR BONE
member of Pi Beta Phi sorority, is IN FALL FROM RIDING HORSE
from Chicago, and Sides lives in De~ ~

The Girls' Educational club
hold an important meeting for

will
new

wnembers only at 4 o'clock Wednesday
afternoon at the home of Prof. C. 0.

Detroit:

Maurice, B. Menke, '22, suffered a

Davis, 1030 Martin place. Election Former Hospital Superintendent Here oken collar bone, early Sunday n interview.
of officers will take place. Sister Ursula, former superintend- morning, when he was thrown from THE RICHARDSON
G t ent of St. Josejh's sanitarium, recent- the horse that he was riding through
ils to be sess at etsy tbor l appointed Mother General of the the boulevard. The accident occured SPECIALTIES CO.
All giris whose application for res-Order of the Sisters of Mercy, has near Geddes avenue. Menke was im- 644 Catherine St., Detroit, Mic
idence iup~Betsy Barbour house for come here for a short visit from Du- mediately taken to the University hos-
next year has been filed will be en- buque, Iowa, where she received her pital,, where the authorities report
tertained at luncheon today at the appointment. The object of her visit that he is doing nicely.
dormitory. In the evening they will
attend Lantern night celebration on
Palmer field with the residents of the
dormitory: Those from the, junior
colleges \Will march with the class C 0 rsjK 126 S AE
which they expect to enter next Fall.istmbu
More than 25 girls are expected for N ow is your ticeto buyGyour
the ccason.Graduation Gifts

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COLLsEGE MEN
WANTED
to handle a product of real
merit in their home townso dur-
ing their Summer Vacation.
Write and we will arrange for

desire to serve as an
lass adviser next year.

up-

Save on low shoes-School End Sale
for men and women -Campus Boot-
ery.-Adv
Genuine Engraving and 'Embossing.
Order your visiting cards now. O. D.
Morrill, 17 Nickel's Arcade.-Adv.

DARLING & MALLEAUX
224 - 226 S. State Street 7 Nickels Arcade

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ass ...............
partment.
hone N. ..
or, tennis and baseballs-all
CUSHINGS.-Adv.

SPECIAL SALE ON GIFTS--For the Benefit of the Students.

The un .sual as usual at

I

THE WISTERIA SHOP

330 Maynard Street

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n
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VANSLUC

D ETROIT WO M E N

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Black and White Silk Sweaters
Exceleft assortment ranging
in price from .21.OO to 35.00

Where they all go

1116 So. University Ave.

One of the oldest firms in 'Detroit is receiving applications
from University Women for positions on its sales force. The
remuneration is exceptionally high and the opportunities for
advancerent are greater than in any other field to which
women ae ligible.
Applicarts for these positions must be residents of Detroit:
Permanent positions are open to graduates. A limited num-
ber of Juniors can secure employment forthe Summer.
One University of Michigan Woman, Class of
1915, earned $519.50 with our organization in her
first month. This wonian' left social service work to
enter a more remunerative field, where she had the
opportunity of maintaining her right to compete with
business men on an equal basis,
The application of college training in History, Sociology,
PSychology zd Economics in the sales field is direct.A Col-
ege Woman i as eligible to sell as she is to teach. The
methods empl o y ed in each field are the same. .Ashort course
of training is ven all applicants selected for the work.

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a ne
inbleton
hop .-

Summer Work?
Interested in a good proposi-
tion selling brushes in" your
home town or elsewhere?
Some fine territory left!
Accepted applicants will be
trained free before school is _
out-no time lost.
Further Information
Write Eman 1007 E. Huron or call 1268
between 6:30 and 8:30 evenings.
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Application blans i mll be mailed on request.
JOHN WARD HOWLAND, INC.
Esb01shed 1859
833 Dime Bank Building, Dept. S.
DETROIT, MICHIGAN

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UN I
SES
P.M.

THIS
LAICOLUMN
CLDSES
ADVFERTISING AT 3 Pi.M.

A Representati es of the~ Company wilt- Interview applicants ait the
office ol the Dean of Wmeanei X~ elesdwiy, ;hiie8,MI.1 from 10 to 1!
}.i.I:4)o4p n

WAfTED

LNTED-Salesmen to sell the Wat-7
r Baby during the summer; a
ovel water motor that saves work
a the Iiitchen. You can make from
6 to $15 a day. For further partic-
lars write National Home Appli
nee Co., 50 Garfield Blvd., Detroit.1
_ 172-5
NTD-Men to sell brushes dur-
ig summer. Good money making
roposition. Call Eman, 1268, be-
ween 6:30 and 8:30 evenings or1
'rite 2007 E. Huron St. 175-21
LTED- Rooms near the CampuJs
r next year, by two instructors.
[ouse with no other roomers prefer-
ed. Call 66-W and leave address.
174-3
NTED - Boys for coming school)
ear, room and board. Home cook-
Ig Prices reasonable. Mrs. E
cKim, 822 Oakland, phone 2378-W.
176-3
NTED-Three room suite for nextj
ear by three upperclassmen,. South
ast side. close to Camnpus prefer-
ed. Call Malloch, 2139-W. 174-3
NTE~D-White cook to cnook for
aternity of 30 for the next school
ear. Address box E. P., care of
aly. 174-31-
NTED-Will buy lo slide rule.
all John, 2682 after 8. ]76 -2

FOR SALE
FOR SALE--A large rooming house,
suitable for a fraternity, club or
sorority. In first class condition,
one block from Campus. 609 Mon-
roe >t; Phone 2236-J. 174-3
FOR SALE-X1919 Ford Roadster, fully,
equipped, 1921 license and insir-
ance against theft, fire, liability and
Scollision. Pce $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 - Doctor's instruments,
surgical chair, roll top mahogany
desk.' Phone 1217-M. 176-2
FORIA LE-B. & L. microscope in ex-
cellent condition. Price $85, cash.
Phone 902-R. 175-2
FOR RENT
FOR RENT - Two suites for light
housekeeping during summer ses-
sioxi. 214 S. Ingalls St. Phoner854-J.
1Ialf blockc from the campus. 176-3
FOR RENT--Two rooms, block and a
half fromt campus. Same price to
either two or three students. Phone
1471-W. 172-5
FOR RENT - To summer students,
three large, cool, shady suites near
the campus. Phone 2624-M; 176-2

'TRUBEY
Home-made Candies.
and Box Candies
Discount on Box Candies
218 S. MAIN STREET
Phone 166
DON'T FORGET

jt DuUi - n it uit Ht ut
8/
.;jBig Candy V'alues..
BUT7ER CREME EGGS
3 for 25c
CHERRY OR PINEAPPLE CREAM EGGS
1}
.. tSc each.
STEARNS' FUDGE
$1,OO the pound
REGULAR BETSY ROSS PACK
BTR0C pound
i 'BETS Y ROSS SHOP'

TO OBTAIN SOME OF

SWAIN'S
views 'f the Campus and
Huron River for your
M-Book.
Espec careful service n
film developing and priin

LOST AND FOUND FOR RENT-.-To instructor for next
i-Saturday near campus a sum college year, a fine strictly modern
oney; owner may recover key suite. Phone 736. '172-9
$sing box E. D., 'Michigan, ' ThY
17 WANTED-For next fall single room.

for amateurs:

7 13 E. UNIVERSITY AV.

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