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THE MICHIGAN ]DAILY SAT

JGAR BOWL
O)ME MADE CANDY
BSOLUTELY CLEAN
T LINE IN THE CITY
EVERYTHING
ADE IN ANN ARBOR
LIGHT LUNCHES
ANN ARBOR
JGAR BOWL
ou company coming? Bring
reet's Dining Rooms for din-

Students Lunch

Flowers And Romance Ilingle
In Masques Florist's Shop"

409 Jefferson

High Class Food

Open 6a.m. Close 11 pjm

Lightweight
$3.00 upward.
Adv.

Imported golf hose.
Wild & Co., State St.-

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Easter-time Millinery,

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DANA RICHARDSON

115 EAST LIBERTY

STREET,

'14E BANK OF

SERVICE

Commercial Banking in all its Branches.
Savings Department and Safety Deposit Vaults.
Exchange on All Parts of the World.
A. B. A. Travelers' Checks.
XRMERS & MECHANICS BANK

There is no denying the fact that a
florist's business is unique. "Our
business is to fit people's hearts, vitch
is alvays changing," says "Slovsky,"
proprietor of "The Florist's Shop,"
the one-act play which Masques pre-
sented yesterday afternoon at the
Women's league party. Flowers rep-
resent sentiment and romance, and
when a match-making, warm-hearted
bookkeeper is put in charge of their
distribution, unusual things are sure
to happen..
Things do happen, and with a de-
lightful ease and finish, in the
Masques presentation of the play.
Adele Zimmerman, '22, as Minnie, the
romancing bookkeeper, was very win-
ning and entirely convincing. Her
flights of fancy were perpetually call-
ed back to earth by the sarcasm of
Jimmie, the office boy, whose assump-
tion of indifference and sophistication
was cleverly portrayed by Frances
Oberholzer, '21.
Leslie Gaylord, '23, as Slovsky, was
properly hard-headed and business-
like, and used the dialect required by
the part very realistically. The role
of Miss Wells, the fiancee of 15 years
standing, was played by Gladys Burch,
'21, in such a manner as to complete-
ly win the heart of her hard-headed
bachelor fiance. Constance Smith, '24,
took the part of Mr. Johnson, the
bachelor, and depicted his change of
attitude from indifference to heated
Jealousy in a convincing manner.
The student committees in charge
of its preparation were headed by
Anne Mitchell, '21, Evelyn Rockwell,
'22, Olga Johnson, '21, and Catherine
Greenough, '24. No coaching or aid
SOCIAL WORKER VISITS
UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
MISS CANNON GUEST OF TLE SO-
CIAL SERVICE
HEAD
Miss Ida M. Cannon, chief of social
service of the Massachusetts General
hospital and president of the Ameri-
can Association of Hospital Social
Workers, wasnthe guest yesterday of
Miss Imogene Poole, director of so-
cial service of the University hospi-
tal.
Pioneer In Social Service
It was at the Massachusetts Gen-
eral hospital in 1905 that the first hos-
pital social service department was
organized by Dr. Richard Cabot with
Miss Cannon as its first hospital so-
cial worker. There are now abut
250 hospital social service depart-
ments in this country.
Trained Workers Needed
Because of the rapidly growing de-
mand for hospital social workers and
the impossibility of securing trained
workers in the organization of new de-
partments the American association
recognizes the immediate necessity of
interesting large university centers in
the education and training of students
in this field.
Others with whom Miss Cannon dis-
cussed hospital social service in va-
rious of its phases were Dr. Hugh
Cabot and Prof. Arthur E. Wood.
JUNIOR GIRLS HOLD
DRESS REHEARSALS
The first dress rehearsal of the Ju-
nior Girls' play cast will be held this
evening in Sarah Caswell Angell
hall. Final rehearsals will take place
next Wednesday and Thursday nights
at the Whitney theater.
I Practically all of the costumes for

the choruses have been made by the
girls themselves. With a variety of
brilliant shades in cheese cloth, tar-
latan, sateen, and cretonne to choose
from, the committee has concocted
both unusually dainty and daring col-
or combinations. The costuming shifts
from delicate rainbow hues to vivid
orange, purple, and red as each suc-
cessive chorus appears.
Different lighting effects will be
used to aid the costumes in achieving
the desired results.

was given by Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson
in the preparation of the play, as it
was an experiment in student direc-
tion. The Sfowers used in decorating
the stage were contributed by the Blu-1
Maize Blossom shop.
WJfomen
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Sophomore basketball practice for
this week will be held at 5 o'clock
Thursday instead of 5 o'clock on Mon-
day.
Tickets for the senior supper may
be secured from Marian Spaulding,
'21, until Tuesday night.
The board of representatives of the
Women's league will meet at 10
o'clock this morning at Barbour gym-
nasium.
Chaperones for the dance this eve-
ning will be as follows : Union, Mrs.
Yates Adams; Armory, Mrs. H. G.
Berger.
Rehearsals of the Junior Girls' play
will be held this morning and at 7
o'clock tonight in Sarah Caswell Ang-
ell hall. The evening rehearsal will
be a dress rehearsal.
I VCTION TIME!I

EXPECT 300 WOMEN' AT
ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
More than 300 delegates and visit-
ors are exepected to attend thevtri-
ennial convention of the Athletic Con-
ference of American College Women
to be held March 18 and 19 at Indiana
university.
Every State Represented
Practically every state will have
delegates present and several states
will have two or more schools repre-
sented. The University of Wisconsin
with 17 delegates and visitors will
send the largest aggregation. The
University of Michigan will be repre-
sented by two delegates, Phyllis Wi-
ley, '21, president of the Women's Ath-
letic association, and Marion Koch,
'23.
Program Planned
A constructive schedule of discus-
sions and lectures have been planned.
Problems of moment to every wom-
en's athletic association will be dis-
cussed by able speakers. The task of
housing, feeding and enfertaining this
crowd is being well worked out by
the Women's Athletic association of
Indiana university.
Get the habit. Follow the "ones who
know" to the Chinese Gardens.-Adv.
YOU HAVE WRITTEN POEMS
Do you care to have them revised
or constructively criticised by suc-
cessful authors? If you do, then send
us your manuscript (stories, articles
or poems). We will criticise, and
place them should they prove to be
acceptable for publication.
There is no actual charge for our
services. If, however, you have not
previously enrolled with the advisory
department of this association, we re-
quest that you enclose the initial fee
of two dollars, which we must ask of
each new contributor. There is no
additional expense, no future obliga-
tion.
It must be realized that we can only
be of aid to those of serious intent. If
you do mean to strive for literary suc-
cess, we can help you in many ways.
Our services are yours until we have
actually succeeded in marketing at
least one of your manuscripts. Send
something to-day!
Please enclose return postage with
your communications.
NATIONAL LITERARY
ASSOCIATION
131 W. 39th St., New York City
Advisory Department

FOUNTAIN PENS
REPAIRED
New Points to Suit
Any ,Hand
Haller & Fuller
State St. Jewelers
Ask for the
The Smart Looking, Popular Shoe
for CAMPUS
nd CLASS ROOM
Ideal, All Round College Shoe
Same High Quality as the
TOM LOGAN GOLF SHOE
if your dealer cannot supplryyou
write us for catalog and prices
THOMAS H.LOGAN COMPANY
Hudson, Mass.
Send for the Tom Logan Calendar,
hich pictures, suitable for framing,
the International Golf match between
Ouimet. Ray and Vardon.
IMrs.T. L. Stodclard
Hair Shop
Try Our HOT OIL Shampoos
for
Falling Out Hair
Marceling
and Water Waving
707. N. Univ. Phone 2652
Use Classified advertising and sell
your miscellaneous articles.-Adv.

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WINDOW SuADES

PICTURE FRAMINO

Student Headquarters
We carry complete stocks of "Brighten-Up" finishes in small size

So. Main St.

330 So. State St., (Nickels Arcade)

Member of the Federal'Reserve System.

cans for all "touch-up* jobs around the house.
PAINTS VARNISHES BRUSHES

WALL PAPER

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ENAMELS

KALCUtINES

STAINS

GLASS

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HIS
COLUMN
CLOSES
ADVERTISINGD' AT 3 P.M.

L. E. W EN Z E L
Palutiug and DecorAtIng

ANN ARBOR PHONE 84
207 EAST LIBERTY

YPSILANTI PHONE 171
114 PEARL

LOST AND FOUND
r-Will party, who exchanged
ercoat with me in the Chemistry
lding on Tuesday morning, please
1 1753-J. 926 Greenwood Ave. T.
F. 109-2
r-Gold bar pin on either South
iversity or Forest Ave. Either
urn to or call 1913-M. Mr. Rob-
t Neelands, 1111 Forest Ave. 109-2
C - Green gold, hand engraved,
k bracelet., Finder please call
-R. Reward. 108-3
C-A black leather wallet in the
ion, Tuesday evening. Return to
S. Hawley, 1228 Prospect St. 110
C--Will person who found leather
ebook in lfdies' lobby of Union,
ase call 2680-J. Reward. 110-2
'-Conklin Fountain Pen in front
523 Packard St. Finder please
arn to same address. 110
C-A.fountain pen in West Hall.
irsday afternoon. Perry Outman.
-R. 110-2
MISCELLANEOUS
L THE person with whom I trad-
overcoats with iA the cafe on So.
iversity on March 8th, phone
.97 ?109-2
FOB SALN

WANTED
WANTED - To buy Canoe. Please
communicate immediately to W. L.
Thorp, 508 So. Division St. Phone
1517-W. '110-2
WANTED - Student to rjoom 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
WANTED - Girl as roommate. One
block from campus. Call 1047-W
after 6. 110-2
WANTED-Roommate to share double
room, two blocks south of campus.
Phone 1298-J. 110-2
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.aOnly two blocks from cam-
pus. A pleasure to live with such
people. 815 E. Huron St. 109-3.
FOR RENT-Large beautiful room ar-
ranged for two. Steam heat. Phone
119-M, 422 E. Washington. 108-3
FOR RENT-Suite of rooms furnished
or unfurnished. Close to campus.
Reasonable, 437 Maynard. 110
FOR SALE

YOU MUST DANCE

At the Beach
On the Moonlight
At the Country
Club
or you will be a wallflower
DANCE AND BE POPULAR
Start now and you
can be a graceful
dancer this
summer
Halseys Dane $udios
Wuerth - Air o - ic#.e

SBuy By
a aBox a ag,5
_ Like Good anivy
Then You Will Appreciate [
r0
Schrafft's Creamsi
wI
Morse's Milks.
Spoehr's, Buttercreamns

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C SALE-GA $28
Co., gor $24.

due bill on Wagner
Call Pfluke, Phone
- 110

FOR SALE-15 tons soft lump coal.
Will sell all or part cheap. Call
2738. 110

Teet's Dining Rooms for dinner
rties. 805 E. Huron St.-Adv.

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