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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WOYAN, '78L, ANN ARBOR
MAN, DIES AT HOSPITAL
:ward Donovan, '78L, a resident
his city and a graduate of the Ann
or high school, died yesterday aft-
>on at a local hospital.
e had been residing at the home
its sister, Miss Margaret Donovan.
Tappan avenue. The funeral ser-
will be held this afternoon at 2:30
ock from Dolph's undertaking es-
ishment, the Rev. A. L. Wilkinson

officiating. Burial will be in Forest
Hill cemetery. The deceased was 66
years of age and a prominent citizen
of the city, Donovan school being
named after his family.
Engagement Announced
Announcement of the engagement
of Mabel Wilson, '21, of Ann Arbor to
Charles Elbert Lewis, '13L, of Detroit,
was made- Tuesday night at the Kap-
pa Alpha Theta house.

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Newly-Created
Senior girls should be measured
for caps and gowns this week at
Mack's department store, in order that-
they may be ordered in time for Jun- r a d
ior Girls' play. Frocks and
A meeting of Mortarboard will be 1 ROMEN'S-MISSES
held at 7:30 o'clock tonight at theI
Delta Delta Delta house. $49.50 4 $65.00
Girls who desire conferences with
Mrs. Katherine Willard Eddy, nation- Direct Paris reproductions as well a
al secretary of the foreign department =can interpretations, which achieve-
of the Y. W. C. A., are asked to make through their very simplicity or f
appointments at Newberry hall. beaded or embroidered effects. In
street, afternoon and dinner styles
The monthly meeting of the Luther == Taffeta Silk, Canton Crepe, Tricot
The m t y-- Poiret Twill and Georgette Both
league of the Zion Lutheran church on-PortTiladG rgteBh
ason twill be held at bouffant silhouettes are shown,
7:30. o'clock tonight. All Lutheran
students are invited. Ea
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Sophomore girls will hold a meet- Women's Taffeta Frocks -
ing at 4 o'clock this afternoon in =
Barbour gymnasium. --
Tickets for the banquet and cotillion "7 ere~xsh
to be given by the Athletic associa-
tion on Saturday night will go on sale
between 3 and 5 o'clock this afternoon 1E
at Barbour gymnasium. Extra cotil- CORNER WOODWARD,
lion tickets will also be sold at this == 1- NO CONNECTION WITH A'
time at Miss Wood's office.,0 DETROIT
The Athletic association banquet
will begin at 5:30 o'clock Saturday=.
night; the cotillion at 7:30 o'clock. /KI1

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CLOSES 1ACELRs
T S P.M.AVRTSN AT 3 PM

WANTED
'TED-Regular Boarders at 1106
ashtenaw Ave. Across from Gym
d Dental College. . Good home
oking. Inquire at 407 E. Univer-I
y Ave. for rates. Dinner 11:30
1:00: Luinch 5:30 to 6:30. 100-3
VTED-After April 15, two room
r instructor and wife. They must
attractive'and located in south-
stern section. No housekeeping
ivilege desired. Phone 2574. J021

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ping.
1 St.,

- Stenograhpic work and
Miss Weaver. 508 Thomp-
after 6 P. M. Phone 1579-M.
101-2

'ANTED-Experienced cook - pre-
ferably Jap or Chinese, for club of
thirty members. Communicate
through Box E. C., Daily. 102-3
VANTED- Work \by student. No,
eight, eleven or Saturday classes.
Call McMullin, 1547-J. 101-2
'ANTED-Student roommate- com-
fortable, large two room suite. Call
at once. 412 Thompson St. 102-
'ANTED- Soph prom ticket. Call
White, 236. 101-2
MISCELLANEOUS,
OU CAN earn two thousand dollars
next summer. Mr. Cobb at Bay City
earned $220.59 last week. Good pos-
tions for next summer may still be
obtained by calling on H. L. Bald-
win. Income does not stop when
summer vacation is over, but con-
tinues the year around. 310 State
St., 3rd floor. 98-7
AKE A NOTE OF THIS.
Typewriting of all kinds. First
class work'# guaranteed. Double
space, 10c per page; single space,
20c per page; carbon copies, le ex-
tra, each. O. N. Graves, 517 S. Di-
vision; H. A. Hart, 953 Greenwood.
Phones 1512-J., 2726-W. 97-6
WVE RENT-Buy a sanitary couch
and spare space. Garvey Wishbone
fabric, six spirel supports for $8.50.
The St. Clair Shop, 309-311 N. 4th
Ave. Phone 454. 100-3
OCKSMITH - All kinds, door and
trunk keys. Repairing locks a spec-
ialty. Phone 2498. Dell Keeler. 92-12
[SS MARTHA SCHALLHORN has
opened up her dressmaking shops
again in the Wuerth Arcade. 101-2

FOR SALE
FOR SALE - A beautiful 7 room
house, hot water heat, garage, one
block from campus. This place
must be seen to be appreciated.
Price $16,000. McCpmb and Rose.
Phone 1027. Ask for Herman Fol-
ike. 102-2
FOR SALE-New model Fox Portable
Typewriter No. 2, the student's type-
writer. Remarkable for touch, dur-
ability and ease of. operation. Wes-
ley Marston, Agent. Phone 1951-R.
555 Packard St. 131
FOR SALE-Dressers with 14x24 bevel
plate mirrors and three drawers,
solid oak, $24.75. Brand new spring
designs. The St. Clair Shop, 309-311
N. 4th Ave. Phone 454. 100-3
FOR SALE - Conn C-Melody Saxa-
phone phone. Nearly new. Rea-
sonable. Call 2220 noon or even-
ing. 101-3
FOR SALE-Dress suit in good con-
dition. Address Box L. A., Daily.
102-2
FOR RENT
FOR RENT- Large front room for
single student. Well lighted and
well heated. Modern throughout.
A place for real comfort. Very
congenial people and three fine
roomers. Very reasonable. Well
located. Call 2388-J. 102
FOR RENT-Large room - for two
students-modern throughout. Also
roommate desired. Apply 408 S. 5th
Ave. Just off Williams. 100-3
FOR RENT-Single room in private
family. Upper classman preferred.
Phone 968-R, or call 306 N. State.
102-2
FOR RENT-A large front room ar-
ranged for two students. $3.50 each
or $5.00 for one. 425 S. Division
St. 100-3
FOR' RENT-Suite and single room for
man and wife or ladies. 1724-J. 101-3
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Lady's gold wrist watch in
jam outside of gymnasium at Pur-
due game. Finder of remains please
call Johnson, 1510-R. Reward. 101-2
LOST-In Gym locker room, Ever-
sharp pencil with 7 worked on it.
Finder call 711 Catherine. Re-
ward. 102-3

Freshman songs for the cotillion
must'be in by 4 o'lock this afternoon
at Miss Wood's office in Barbour gym-
nasium.
Wyvern will not meet again until
after Junior Girls' play.
All girls who are to work on the Dr.
Sargent campaign are asked to at-
tend the meeting in Martha Cook dor-
mitory at 7:30 o'clock tonight.
Junior Girls' play will rehearse at
4 o'clock today in Sarah Caswell An-
gell hall.
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
CLASS TEAMS CHOSEN
Women's class basketball teams
were chosen yesterday. Dates of class
games wilt, be announced later.
Members of the teams are as fol-
lows: Senior first team, Margaret
Shepherd, Katrina Schermerhorn,
Helen, Koch, Joanna Graham, Phyllis
Wiley, Narcena Bassett; second team,
Allis Hussey, Jean McAllister, Beat-
rice Beckwith, Lois DeVries, Myrtle
Reed.
Junior first team, Josephine Barton,
Hazel Storz, Gertrude Boggs, Evelyn
Rockwell, Helen Bishop, Frances
Weimer; second team, Thekla Wer-
muth, Adele Zimmerman, Mildred
Trick, Margaret Moye, Dorothy Spald-
ing, Selma Mueller.
Sophomore first team, Joyce Van Al-
styne, Martha Dodd, Elsa Oiesen,
Marion Koch, Grace Frye, Kathryn
Potter; second team, Alice Zametkin,
Rose Horwitz, Gertrude Stratbucker,
Helen Miller, Emma Koshetz, Marion
Brown.
Freshman first team, Sarah Brover-
man, Elizabeth Cain, Mary Hays, Dor-
othy Rockwell, Lois Miller. Norma
Bowbeer; second team, Isabel Wat-
erworth, Alva Moore, Elizabeth Cur-
tis, Lucille Walker, Lillian Scher, Mar-
ion Taylor.
JAPAN'S TURMOIL DESCRIBED
BY FOREIGN MISSIONARY
"We should constantly feel Japan's
great need and our responsibility to
help her," stated Mrs. F. F. Curtis at
the vesper services held yesterday aft-
ernoon in Newberry hall. "Japan is
now in an inward turmoil. In the last
few years enormous factories have
been instituted, and as a result the
physical and moral life of Japan is
deteriorating rapidly."
Mrs. Curtis gave a description of
the conditions in Japan. The needs of
the working class in Japan are not
being considered and human life is
used in the place of machinery.

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