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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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an Of W.A.A.
more the time for an annual
. of the Women's Athletic as-
n has arrived. At 5:30 o'clock
y evening, the time set for the
ig, a large group of women
s and alumnae will "drink a
to Michigan."
s will be arranged and decor-

ated according to classes in the din-
ing room at Barbour gymnasium.
"Pep" will not be lacking in the songs
and stunts that are being planned,
class competition serving to stimulate
the rivalry. The usual custom of
toasts and honor awards will be fol-
lowed. But with this the event will
not end. The cotillion, an added danc-
ing attraction, will begin at 7:30 in
the gymnasium. Special feature danc-
es will add to gayety of the evening.

will render a few selections in its best
"heavy tones." There will also be a
W om en solo dance by that graceful rival of
Anne Pennington, whose "off-stage
name" is Anita Sowers, '23. "Negro
Tickets for the Athletic association singers" from Betsy Barbour house
banquet and cotillion may be pur- are going to introduce some planta-
chased at Miss Wood's office in Bar- tion melodies.
bour gymnasium. Tables will be arranged around the
outer edges of the gymnasium, and
All University women are invited the customary drinks will be served
All Unverity omgen ar invite. by chic French waitresses supplied by
to a reception to be given for Mrs. ! the Alpha Phi sorority.
Katherine Willard Eddy at 3:30 o'clock
this afternoon at,Newberry hall.

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Showing Attractive Millinery

for Immediate Wear

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Chaperones for tonight will be Un-
ion, Mrs. M. S. Hill; Armory, Mrs. H.
G. Berger.
There will be a Women's league
party at 4:15 o'clock this afternoonl
in Barbour gymnasium.

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Rehearsals of Junior Girls'
be held at 4 and 7 o'clock
Sarah Caswell Angell hall.

play will
today in

S('ROL.L BEGINS WORK ON
ANNUAL SPRING DRAMA
Work has begun on "The Miser,"
the new production chosen by the
Scroll, formerly the Classical club,
for its annual dramatic offering. "The
Miser" is a five act comedy adapted
from "The Pot of . Gold" by Plautus,
and will be produced late this spring.
Due to the fact that'it was felt that
the giving of "Laughter of the Gods,"
which had originally been chosen for
the annual play, would interfere with
the success of some other campus af-
fairs, it was thought best to make-the
change.

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DANA RICHARDSON
115 EAST LIBERTY STREET

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For just such happy moments
as this, Coca-Cola was created
delicious and refreshing.
THE COCA-COLA COMPANY
ATLANTA, GA.

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for Spring

Senior girls should be measured
for caps and gowns this week ati
Mack's department store, in order that
they may be ordered in time for Jun-
ior Girls' play.
Girls who desire conferences with
Mrs. Katherine Willard Eddy, nation-
al secretary of the foreign department
of the Y. W. C. A., are asked to make
appointments at Newberry hall.
The Athletic association banquet"
will begin at 5:30 o'clock Saturday
night; the cotillion at 7:30 o'clock.
Cabaret Offers
Snappy Program
A flock of coquettish little Puritan
maids, whose abbreviated and be-
flowered costumes would have shock-
ed the original New England forefa-
thers immeasurably will present a
singing and dancing skit at the Wom-
en's league cabaret at 4:15 o'clock
this afternoon in Barbour gymnasium.
Miles Standish himself will chaperone
them, and see to it that they do not
flirt too violently with the "gentle-
men" in the audience. They will/be
remembered as the Zeta Tau Alpha
chorus which 'won the first prize for
the best group costume at the fancy
dress party.
"Rainbow Jazz" is the name of a
snappy feature which the Gamma Phi1
Beta sorority is going to present this
afternoon, and Pi Beta Phi is supply-
ing a sturdy "male quartette," which

Your Choice of Any Suit or

Topcoat in the Store

Lightweight imported golf hose.
$3.00 upward. Wild & Co., State St.-
Adv.

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for

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They

are here in all

$32.50
Values up to $90,.00

t h e brilliant shadings

and the

latest shapes

that spell attractiveness.

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Lutz Clothing Store
217 South, Main Street-

EMMA B. FOG GERTY
S p e c i a l t y Hat S h o p

11 7 EAST LIBERTY

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LASSIFIE I COLTHISM
CLOSES
A DVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

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SHOWS

PRICES

TODAY & TOMORROW

2:00-3:30
7:00 -8:30

Adults 30c
Matinees 20c

Children lOc

WANTED
D-Salesman for big money
g proposition this summer.
nan guaranteed $525, and good
an make $1,500. Call Martin
n, Phone 959 for personal in-
n. 103-2
D-Experienced cook -pre-
y' Jap or Chinese, for club of
members. Communicate
h Box E. C., Daily. 102-3
D-Student roommate- com-
le, large two room suite. Call
e. 412 Thompson St. 102-2
D-To buy or rent a canoe; 18
with sponson attachment pre-
Call Morris. 2143-J. 103-3
D-A used 17 or 18 ft, canoe.
flair, 1412 Geddes Ave. Phone
103-4
--1 1915 or 1916 Ford Road-
Answer Box F. E., Daily. 103
D-Roommate. Near campus.
easonable. Call 516-R. 103-2
FOR RENT
NT- Single room. Opposite
Auditorium. Electric light,
heat, practically on Campus.'
oom in town. 238 S. Thayer
68-R. Mrs. Burke. Price
103-3
NT-Single room in 'private
Upper classman preferred.
968-R, or call 306 N. State.
102-2
IT-Suite and single room for1
.a -4 _ __1..5.. 4MtA A

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. McComb and Rose.
Phone 1027. Ask for Herman Fol-
ike. 102-2

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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. 13
FOR SALE-Fur chokers just received
from New York City. Will sell at
surprisingly low prices. Zwerdling.
Established 1904. Ladies' Tailoring
and Fur Shop. 217 East Liberty
St. 103-3
FOR SALE - Conn C-Melody Saxa-
phone phone. Nearly -new. Rea-
sonable. Call 2220 noon or even-
ing. 101-3

TODAY AND TOMORROW
ti~ i .Jim +"

WOMAN

ANNETTE

FAMOUS DIVING

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KE LLER MA N

IN A COMEDY
DRAMA

FOR SALE-Tuxedo Coat and Trous-
ers. Size 42--$25.00. Inquire at 113
S. Main St., Second floor. 103
FOR SALE-Dress suit in good con-
dition. Address Box L. A., Daily.
102-2
MISCELLANEOUS

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"WHAT
WOMEN

LOVE"

YOU CAN earn two thousand dollars
next summer. Mr. Cobb at Bay City
earned $220.50 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
LADIES' NOTICE-Ladies interested
in the forming of a Chapter of the
United Daughters of the Confederacy,
please communicate with Mrs. Nor-
man L. Willey, 548 Thompson St.
Phone 856-W. 103-2

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A FIRST NATIONAL

Lud wi orl adies. -. 101-2'

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The amazing love tale 'of Athletio
Annabel and sweet William

LOST AND FOUND
Gym locker room, Ever-
encil with 7 worked on it.
call 711 Catherine. R e-
102-3
black fur mitten on Wash-
r S. University. Call Jas-
-J. 103-3

jU )STINEN
THE LAYTHIING OBROA A
ADAPTED FROM T 5TORY "EMeREciY MQVE" YIONMY MOAGA
DIEcreO 6y SCEL.AAI9 avY
JACK D tILLO ELLOYr, Mti bo"
Justine Johnson claimed by critics to be the prettiest woman on the screen appears in
her second starring vehicle.

CHESTER COMEDY
"You'll Be Surprised
INTERNATIONAL
NEWS

ATTRACTION

LOCKSMITH - All kinds, door and
trunk keys. Repairing locks a spec-
ialty. Phone 2498. Dell Keeler. 92-12
ROOM FOR student who will care for
furnace. Call before 8:30 P. M.
Mrs. Welsh, 2025 Hill. 103-2

A HALT.. ROOM BOYS COMEDY

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