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1-GIRLS' PLAY TICKETS
ON 5ALE WEDNESDAY
Tickets for the annual Junior Girls'
play to be given March 18 and 19, at
the Whitney theater, will go on sale
Wednesday morning at Graham's book-
store. Prices are quoted at $2, $1.50,
and $1. Due to the fact that orders
have been received from the Detroit
Junior college and similar institutions
a large advance ticket sale is antici-
pated.
According to custom senior girls
wearing their caps and gowns for the
first time will attend the play in a
group .on Friday night after the class
supper. They will have the privilegb

of getting their tickets from 2 to 5'
o'clock Tuesday afternoon in Univer-
sity hall before the regular sale.
Many alumnae and out of town peo-
ple are expected for the matinee and
night performances on Saturday.
Special Meeting of D. A. R. Called
A special meeting of the Sarah Cas-
well Angell chapter of the D. A. R.,
has been called for 3:30 o'clock Mon-
day afternoon in the Red room at
Martha Cook building. The regent
has called the meeting to consider the
voting of funds for national causes.
A full attendance is desired.
See the New Remington Portable
Typewriter-Standard Keyboard. G.
B. Washington, 8-9 Savings Bank
Building.-Adv.

ST UNTS TO RECALL play will be rehearsed and other plans
1920 JUNIOR PLAY are to be discussed: Dancing and re-
freshments will complete the after-
noon's program.
Stunts from last year's Junior Girls'
play will be featured at the senior Girls' Mandolin Club to Give Dance
girls' party to be given from 3:30 to The Girls' Mandolin club benefit
5:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon at dance will be given from 2:30 to 5:30
the Pi Beta Phi house. This is the o'clock, Saturday afternoon, March, 11.
first of a series of informal gatherings Tickets, admitting a couple and cost-
which have been planned as a means ing $1, will re on sale at the book-
of furthering class friendships. stores throughout the coming week.
Jean Wallace, '21, will repeat her Nobe Wetherbee's orchestra is going
dance which will be remembered as to furnish the music.

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one of the hits of Patricia Passes."
Marjorie West, '21, Marguerite Cav-
endish, '21, and Helen Vowles, '21, will
help the girls to recall other scenes
from the play.
Songs to be sung at the senior sup-
per preceding the senior compliment-
ary performance of the Junior Girls'

ERE YOUR
BEAUTI FU L
:XPRESSED
TEL. 598 FOR INOIVIDUAL
APPOINTMENT

DeBarr's Wolverine Cafe, the OR-
I1INAL Wolverine Cafe' in ANN AR-
DOR. is located at 105 S. Thayer St.,
where it gives the best home cooked
meals in the city. DeBarr's Wolverine
Cafe has no other location.-Adv.
Read The Daily for Campus News.

AT Special Sunday
THE1ENTN LANE Dinner
HALL 85 cents
OPEN TO MEN AND WOMEN

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HARDWARE

HARDWARE

Dry Cleaning is washing your garments
either in Gasoline or Benzol
Ann Arbor's only Cleaners
not using gasoline
BENZOL USED EXCLUSIVELY

IMPORTANT NOTICE
I have taken over the business of the
H. D. Armstrong Insurance Com-
pany and all notices of loss or re-
quests for changes in the form of the
policies should be made to my office
209 National Bank Building. Tele-
phone 401-M.

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Starrett Tools, Plumb Hammers, Pure
Lead and Zinc for Dental Students
Electric Study Lamps, Electric Fixtures
Electric Peerless M a z da Bulbs in
White, Blue and Plain Glass
Protect your eyes when studying by
using these soft glow lamps.
ICES RIGHT SERVICE PR
M. D. LARNED
THE UP-TO-DATE HARDWARE
310 S. State Street Phone 16

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ODORLESS GUARANTEED
Have it "Master Cleaned"

H. W. BUTLER

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We will esteem it a personal favor if
our friends who were patrons of the
H. D. Armstrong Agency in the past
continue their insurance with the
new management.
Frances D. Armstrong
Jeanette Armstrong Goodale
Walter G. Armstrong
Clarence D. Armstrong
March 5, 1921

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1-2 Price
Suits and Overcoats,
Top Coats, Raincoats
Flannelette Night Robes
and Pajamas

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Paronize Daily Advertiers.-Adv.
Increase your business by advertis-
ing in The Michigan Daily.-Adv.
TUTTLE'S
LUNCH ROOM
A Nice Cozy Place Where
Younjoy Your Neal
One half block South
of "MAJ

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The Two Star Combination

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Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and surplus, $625,000.00
Resources .........$5,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.

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The conditions which we have
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as having the greatest bearing
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44si Street Theatre, New York, Studebaker Theatre,
Chicago and The Detroit Opera House.
THE ORIGINAL NEW YORK CAST and PRODUCTION

A CECIL LEAN CHORUSof WONDERFUL YOUTHFUL GIRl
Detroit Free Press says- Cecil Lean and Cleo Mayfield in "Look Who's Here" in
a class all by themselves.
Cincinnati Enquirer says- Cecil Lean and Cleo Mayfield in "Look Who's Here"
keep the the action going at top speed.
Mail Orders Now will be filled in order received
Prices-$2.50-2.OO-1.50-.OO-.75 Seats on sale Tues.lo? a.

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