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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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oud! 7!ecipe To
slake Romance
iat is heralded to be a good recipe
romance, "The Florist's Shop,"
be presented at the Women's
te party at 4 o'clock this after-
in Barbour gymnasium. One
r shop, filled with blooming
s and inhabited by a match mak-
poet bookkeeper, forms the nu-
around which the plot is laid.
nid, talkative old maid, a bache-
who is classified as being both
-headed and a "human savings
," the proprietor, and a sympa-
c office boy are the other charac-
e bookkeeper is played by Adele

Zimmerman, '22; the spinster is de-
picted by Gladys Burch, '21; Co n-
stance Smith, '24, takes the part of
the bachelor, while Leslie Gaylor, '23,
is the proprietor of the store; the of-
fice boy is played by Frances Ober-
holtzer, '21.
Girls' Mandolin Club to Give QDance
The Girls' Mandolin club dance will
be given from 2:30 to 5:30 o'clock to-
morrow afternoon at the Armory. It
is to be a benefit dance, and is open
to the general public. Tickets costing
$1 and admitting a couple are on sale
at Graham's bookstore. Nobe Weth-
erbee's orchectra will furnish the
music.
Daily advertising will spell prosper-
ity for you.-AdY.

tomen
Basketball practices will be held as
follows for all first and second teams:
Sophomores at 5 o'clock Mondays;
seniors at 5 o'clock Tuesdays; fresh-
men at 2 o'clock Wednesdays. All girls
should be present even if they are not
able to play because captains will be
chosen at- this time.
All solicitors in the Dr. Clara Sarg-
ent campaign are to report between 9
and 12 and 2 and 5 o'clock each day
at Newberry hall.
Women interested in social service
or toy shop work are asked to sign
between the hours of 2 and 5 o'clock
any afternoon at Newberry hall.
Mummers will hold tryouts for the
play to be given March 25 from 3 to
4:15 o'clock this afternoon in Bar-
bour gymnasium.

NOTICE !

BUSINESS AD. STUDENTS

Capitalize your education-earn
money in spare time by talking
thrift and investment securities.
No sales experience necessary.
You can increase your income
$100 a month. See Read Smith,
Alenel Hotel, today or Satur-
day.

Especially Careful Service for
Particular People
S W AI NOP
713 East University Avenue Phone 2312
If It's Anything Photographic, Ask Him About It

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- A DESIRE
OB ANY TYPE OF DANCING
may easily be satisfied at
MLLE.
EANETTE KRUZSKA'S,
DANCING STUDIO
LESTHETIC DANCING
SOFTE SHOE DANCING
TOE DANCING
BALL ROOM DANCING
Ve aim to make you graceful
n addition to knowing steps
Instructors
ILLE. KRUZSKA,
PHILIP MILLER, '23
Studlo-324 E. Huron St.
Phone 2808-R

Law, Medical
and
Dental Books
Bought, Sold or
Exchanged

Dress Foot-Wear

Inks & Pastes
Typewriting Paper

Fountain Pens
Metal Pencils

Biddle's Book Store
11 Nickels Arcade

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All girls who have subscribed to
the Sargent campaign fund and who
have not received a printed tag are
asked to stop at Newberry hall to ob-
tain one.
Senior women will have their last
opportunity to secure tickets for the
Junior Girls' play from 3 to 4:15
o'clock this afternoon in University
hall.
For the convenience of those who
bought tickets for the three perform-
ances of the Junior Girls' play, it may
be said that the tickets for Friday
night are numbered 73, for Saturday
afternoon 74, and for Saturday night
75.
The Junior Girls' play will rehearse
at 7 o'clock tonight in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall.
All junior girls who wish scores of
the play music must order them at
once from Florence Shirey, '22, chair-
man of the music committee, since
there are only 250 copies and 286 girls
in the class.
Tickets for the senior supper will
be on sale from 3 to 4:15 o'clock this
afternoon in University hall. After
that they may be secured from Marion
Spaulding, '21, until Tuesday night.
There will be a card party for the
benefit of Dr. Clara Sargent Saturday
afternoon at Martha Cook building.
The red room will be reserved for a
sewing party and tea for those who do
not wish to play cards. The ladies
who reserved tables are requested to
bring their own cards and table-cov-
ers. The admission will be 75 cents.
SENIOR PARTIES
TO BE CONTINUED
The success of the get-together par-
ty, of the senior girls yesterday after-
noon at the Pi Beta Phi house assures
the continuance of these affairs.
Dancing and refreshments both found
their place on the afternoon's pro-
gram which also included the practic-
ing of the songs to be sung the night
of the Junior Girls' play.
The senior play has not been de-
cided upon, and the committee is open
to any suggestions from the senior
girls. Any suggestions as to an orig-
inal play or one on which the copy-
right can be secured should be given
to the committee before April 1.
Marriage Announced at Delt' House
Announcement was made at the
Delta Tau Delta house last night of
the marriage of Mary G. Fitzsimons,
ex-'24, of Duluth, Minn., and Andrew
Armstrong Kincannon, '23, of Mem-
phis, Tenn. The marriage took place
March 4 in Ann Arbor.

OUR MOTTO:
Service, Quality
Workmanship
We have one of the best
equipped shoe repair
shops in the city, which
enables us to give you
1st class work and prompt
service.

Meas' 1-2 Soles
Men's Heel, leather
and rubber
Women's 1-2 Soles
Women's Heels
Wo. Rubber Heels

$1.65
.60
1.25
.40
.50

NOTE THESE PRICES

Dull or Patent
price $9.00
Price $10 to $12

Strap Styles have the
preference
We show an especially nice line. like
the out on left in Black. Brown and
Grey ooze and Black Satin

For Men
Nothing Smarter for
Evening Dress
Almost a necessity for the
College Man

We use Oak leather, Neolin and
U. S. hide for sale, you have
your choice.
Henry 0. Dieterle
343 So. Main
Phone 1861J

For Women

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Walk-Over Boot ShoP
115 south Main Street

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TODAY and SATURDAY

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LUM LASSIFLE COLUMN
CLOSES CLOSES'
AT 3P.M.' ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

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9he ntuc!
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Fighting.
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to the
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them.
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CTE BLUJE
son of the mountains, he spurned
an who called his clan a disgrace
State.
knew the other was right, and set
clean up the feuds
t is a story of two worthy foes
the woman who chose between
the Novel by John Fox, Jr.

LOST AND FOUND
ST-Overcoat, probably taken by
aistake,' from coat rack outside of
mpitheater in Chemistry Building.
eward, no questions asked. H. W.
32 E. William St. 108-2
ST-Will party , who exchanged
vercoat with me in the Chemistry
uilding on Tuesday morning, please
all 1753-J. 926 Greenwood Ave. T.
.F. 109-2
3T-Gold bar pin on either South
'niversity or Forest Ave. Either
eturn to or call 1913-M. Mr. Rob-
art Neelands, 1111 Forest Ave. 109-2
ST, STRAYED OR STOLEN-One
arber Pole from Arcade Barber
hop. Reward for return. No
uiestions asked. 108-2
ST-Black ribbon watch fob with
hi Beta Kappa key. Name on back
artha F. Green. Reward. Phone
[45-W. 108-2
IT--Gold Eversharp Pencil. Find-
r please return to 814 So. Univer-
ty or call 368. Reward. - 108-2.
T - Green gold, hand -engraved,
nk bracelet. Finder please call
2-R. Reward. 108-3
WANTED
NTED-By a young lady-not a
udent-an exclusive suite or room.,
ivate family preferred. Call 1463-M
ter 7:30. 109
NTED-Armory ticket for tonight
uy Woolfolk & Co. 109

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-A real large, comfortable
two room suite. The bedroom has
two single beds and running water.
The study is furnished for comfort
and has three exposures and a
porch. Only two blocks from cam-
pus. A pleasure to live with such
people. 815 E. Huron St. 109-3
FOR RENT-Large alcove suite, two
blocks from campus. Arranged for
two. Price reasonable. 1218 Wash-
tenaw. Phone 1554-M. 109-1
FOR RENT-Pleasant front suite and
single room for married couple or
ladies. 910 E. Washington. 107-3
FOR RENT-Large beautiful room ar-
ranged for two. Steam heat. Phone
119-M, 422 E. Washington. 108-3
MISCELLANEOUS
TWO DOLLARS per couple will take
you to the Soph Prom and home
again in a Cadillac Taxi. Phone
reservations now. Cadillac Taxi.
1625. 108-2
WILL THE person with whom I trad-
ed overcoats with in the cafe on So.
University on March 8th, phone
2359? 109-2
WAIND
WANTED - Student to room who
would work a few hours per week.
Address X. Y., Michigan. Daily. 109-2
WANTED-Refined student in suite
near campus. Address, W. H., 526
Church St. 109-2

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All Kinds
of
Domestic
and
Imported
Cheese
Deckers Delicatessen
119 East Liberty Street
Phone 2620-M

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