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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

IRE ON SCHUMANN
IYE N BY, LOCKWOOD

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iSER WHOSE "STYLE
NOT BORN, IT WAS
MADE"

WAS

Albert Lockwood, head of the
inoforte department of the Univer-
y School of Music, delivered an ex-
ptionally interesting Schumann lee-
re recital at the meeting of the
itinee Musicale club held Wednes-,
y afternoon in the Michigan Union
sembly hall.
Prefacing the musical program, Mr.,
ckwood gave a short talk on Schu-
Lunn, classing him as a composer
hose "style was not born, 'it was
ode."
Mr. Lockwood's method through-
t the program was to give a brief
erpretation of each number before
aying it. "Toccata Op. 7," a study
r touch and technique, was played
a manner to bring out these
aracteristics. The next number,
reisleriana," though not program
usic, was an especially Schumann-
quo selection.'
The sly humor and the merry spir-
of "Carnival Op. 9" although hard-
explainable in words, gave a de-
htful variety t'o the program. True
eling and romantic imagination
ere the outstanding features of
tudes Symphoniques Op. 13," the
st number on the program.
Be properly gowned. Let your de-
gning and dressmaking be done by
e New Shop at 721 N. Univ. (second
or). Mrs. Mabel Tolford, formerly
ith the Vogue Shoppe, proprietress.
Adv.
Increase your business by advertis-
g in The Michigan Daily.-Adv.
Ask for the
The Smart Looking, Popular Shoe
for CAMPUS
sad CLASS ROOM
Ideal, All Round College Shoe
Same High Q9ality as the
TOM LOGAN GOLF SHOE
If your dealer cannot supply you
write us for catalog and prices
THOMAS H.LOGAN COMPANY
Hudson. Mass.
Send for the Tom Logan Calendar,
which pictures, suitable for iraming,
the International Golf match between
Ouimnet, Ray and Vardon.

W1omen
Apparatus practice for any girls in-
terested in the indoor meet will be
held from 10 to 12 o'clock and from
5 to 6 o'clock today.
The ticket sale for the Junior Girls'
play has been removed from Graham's
bookstore. The box office sale at the
Whitney theater.
Copies of "The Importance of Be-
ing in Earnest" have been placed in
the upper study hall at the Library for
the use of members of Masques.
Collars for senior women's gowns
will be sold today and Friday mdrning
in University hall.
Mortarboard will meet at 7:30
o'clock tonight at the Kappa Kappa
Gamma house.
The final dress rehearsal for the
Junior Girls' play will be held at 7
o'clock tonight at the Whitney the-
ater.
Junior girls who want to be sure
to get Junior Girls' play scores must
order them from Florence Shirey, '22,
before the play. These orders will be'
filled after the play Friday night. The
renmaining cppies will be sold between
acts.

YV PHYSICAL 0DIRECTOR
TO LECTURE ON. HELTH'
PUBLIC INVITED TO HEAR MISS
WILD, DETROIT SOCIAL
WORKER
"Health Standards in Their Rela-,
tion to the Trained Woman," will be
the subject of a lecture to be given by
Miss Harriet Wild, at 8 o'clock Mon-
day night in Sarah Caswell Angell
hall. Miss Wild is the director of phy-
sical education for the bureau of so-
cial education of the national Y. W.
C. A. andis a specialist in physical
therapeutics.
Miss Wild has been loaned to the
Nurses Y. W. C. A. for Monday night
by the Detroit Y. W. C. A., where she
is investigating the physical education
department in order to give sugges-
tions by which its work may be car-
ried on 'more efficiently.
In order that all who are interested
in health standards and their effect on
life the nurses have decided to open
the meeting to all University women.
ANNOUNCEMENT MADE OF
GRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS

CHIMES TRYOUTS WANTED
Tryouts are wanted for the
business staff of the Chimes.
Those desiring to tryout who are
scholastically eligible are re-
quested to report between 1 and
5 o'clock today and tomorrow
afternoon at the Chimes office in I
the Press building.
SUGARBOWL
HOME MADE CANDY
ABSOLUTELY CLEAN
BEST LINE IN THE CITY
EVERYTHING
MADE IN ANN ARBOR
LIGHT LUNCHES
ANN ARBOR
SUGAR BOWL
Summing up now, we find that
diamonds are high priced, first,
because of their intrinsic and
unmatchable beauty; second,
because of the great cost of
mhining them; third, because of
the greatmwaste in cutting them
and fourth, because of what they
stand for in the public estima-
tion. This last reason repre-
sents the best reason why you
shouldhbuy Diamonds. Public
estimation combats the compe-
tition of imitation stones and
holds up the real value of dia-
mnonds. If you want to be safe
INVEST IN DIAMONDS. Let
us show you some good stones.
SNHLANDERER
AND
SE YFRIE D
"Home of Good Diamonds"

409 Jefferson

Students Lunch

FREE TRAINING

I During Spring Vacation
II ELLING BRUSHES,

High Class Food
Open6 a.m. Close 11 p.m

You Can't Mistake-
It,s A Money Maker!
Write Box "Bru~hes"
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PLANS DRWNFOR
MA RTHA COOK LAWN
Samuel Parsons, one of the most
prominent landscape architects of
New York City, is drawing up plans
for the Martha Cook lawn which will
cover the space formerly occupied by
the Condon home, Mr. Parsons sup-
ervised the planting of Central \Park
for 15 years serving there as park
commissioner. His plans are being
executed by E. C. Pardon, superin-'
tendent of the University biuldings
and grounds department..
Groups of evergreens, flowering
shrubs, and flower-beds will be placed
in the border which will encircle the
entire lawn. Within the border will
be a long sweep of grass and a great
profusion of flowers.
The lawn will be well started this
spring but can not be finished until
one or two years later. When com-
pleted, the residents of Martha Cook
will offer the garden to any of the
women's organizations on the campus
for entertainments to be held in the
spring or fall.

Several announcements of graduate
prominent landscape architects of
ships, have been received at the of-
fice of the dean of women, and are on
file there for consultation by anyone
interested.
Bryn Mawr announces fellowships
in the Carola Woerishoffer graduate
department of social economy and so-
cial research, with stipend advanced
to meet increased charges. The Mayo
clinic offers a six months' graduate
course in dietetics, with practical
work given at Olmstead hospital.
The women's educational and indus-
trial union presents three paid fel-
lowships in social-economic research,
specifying as qualifications "a degree
from a college of good standing, train-
ing in economics or sociology, and
satisfactory references in regard to
health, character and special fitness
for social-economic research."

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Phone Orders
Promptlv Filled

Mail Orders
Promptly Filled'

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COLUMN
LASSCLOSES
ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

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LOST AND FOUND'
)ST-Small black -leather combina-
tion bill fold and coin purse con-
taining three tickets for C'est la
Querre, bills and change, in south-
east part of town. Call 1192-W.
___________114-3
)UND-A sum of money. Owner
may have it by proving property and
paying for this ad. J. H. Drake,
Law Library, or phone 831-M. 114
)ST-Friday night at Grey Shop a
small pink purse containing about
$10.00. Finder please call 1058-R.
114
)ST--Pair of shell lAmmed glassep
either on William or Ann Sts. Find-
er please call 344, between 6 and 7
P. M. 114-2
)ST-Wedding ring with initials J.
C. M. and M. I. H. on it. Finder
please return to Box A, Daily. 114-2
)ST-On Sunday, March 13, a Gam-
ma Phi Beta pin, name on back.
Finder please call 1058-R. 114-2
)ST-Child's black fur neckpiece.
Reward. Telephone 1848-R. 112-3
FOR RENT
)R RENT-Large two room suite,
Furnished for comfort and study.l
Two blocks from campus. 815 E.
Huron. 1
)R RENT-Large beautiful room ar-
ranged for two. Steam heat. Phone
1194-M. 422 E. Washington. 112-31

WANTED
WANTED- A roommate to share a
suite of rooms at 444 So. State St.
Right across from the campus. Steam
heat. Non-smoker only. 114-3
WANTED-Family and bundle wash-
ing. Drop a card and will call for
and deliver. Best references. 113
W. Summit St. 114-3
WANTED-For a young lady, an ex-
quisite room or suite. Private fam-
ily preferred. Call 1463-Mt after 2
P. M. 114
WANTED - An experienced waiter
without 8 o'clocks, for small club of
men. Phone 1049-J after 8 P. M. 113-3
WANTED-To rent a microscope. Call
1348-J, fter 7:00 P. M. 113-3
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-A new Spring top-coat-
Adler Rochester make-size 36 large.
Cost $50.00. Never been worn. You
can buy it for $25.00 at GLEN, the
Tailor, 631 East University. 114-3
FOR SALE-New Corona Typewriter.
Price $50.00. 400,000 in use. Easy
terms if desired. Other typewriters
taken in exchange. O. D. Morrill, 17
Nickel's Arcade. 13
MISCELLANEOUS
IF INTERESTED in profitable Sum-
mer work, see Bald at 1034' E. Hur-
on St. Phone 2024-R. 111-6

SIR PHILLIP GIBBS WILL
LECTURE IN DETROIT FRIDAY
"What America Means to the
World," will be the subject ofta lec-
ture to be delivered by Sir Phillip
Gibbs, the famous English journalist
and author, Friday night at Orchestra
hall, Detroit. The lecture will be giv-
en under the auspices of the ,Wom-
en's City club.
Sir' Phillip Gibbs served as a war
correspondent at the front during the
war, is an authority on European and
American affairs and is the author of
"The Spirit of Revolt," and'"Street of
Adventure." He will give a complete
review of existing conditions in Eu-
rope and will also present a friendly
but fearless analysis of America's re-
sponsibilities and opportunities.
High School Club Prepares Play
The dramatic club of the High
school is preparing a play under the
direction of Mrs. Florence Galpin
Popkins, "The Rose o' Plymouth
Town." This play, which is under the
auspices of the D. A. R., represents
the landing of the Pilgrims in 1622.
It will be given in .Pattengill auditor-
ium, Friday night, April 8.
Lutheran Girls Entertained at Supper
The Lutheran girls of the University
were entertained Tuesday evening at
supper by Rev. Lloyd Wallick at New-
berry hall. Miss Margaret Markley,
secretary of the Lutheran student
work, addressed the girls. After the
supper, plans were made for the or-
ganization of a Lutheran club.

Crisp

Blouses for

Easter

At $2.25

. At$3.50
You will love the tailored models,
shown at this price. Both high and
low collars are shown, some being
relieved by frills of the material.

At $6.75

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Springtime calls for separate skirts and white or
daintily colored blouses. Nothing so sets off a suit
as a crisp; light blouse. Whether you prefer a severe
tailored model of a more elaborate fluffy style
whether white, colored or white witA trimmings of
color, you will be sure to.find what you want here

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You may choose blouses of voiles
or organdies, either colored, white
or striped effects, with high or low
collars, long sleeves, some with
collars and cuffs -of color, others
plain. Many have collars and cuffs
in white pique. The new shades
are here also infine cotton blouses
with trimmings of white.

At $6.75 you will find only'the
hand made blouses. By the way,
these blouses are the well-known
"Blue Bird" brand. These ire more
elaborate and are trimmed with
embroidery, lace, and drawn work.
The models are exquisite, with

At $4.50

At $3

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CITY BASE BALL LI1ITED
According to Chief of Police
Thomas O'Brien, the playing of
baseball in city streets, alleys,
and lawn extensions is prohibit-
ed by city ordinance.

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Blouses of voile and organdie
with either high or low necks are
found. Some have daintily embroid-
ered collars and cuffs, others boast
narrow frills of the material down
the front- and around the collars
and cuffs. Many strictly tailored
models are here in a variety of
styles.

A very reasonable price, indeed
for- hand made blouses, but you will
find some at this price. And they
are so dainty and fine, with their
trimming of hemstitching and em-
broidery. The tailored models are
severely plain, with either high or
low collars.
Atj550
More hand made blouses, a trifle
more elaborate, are included in this
lot. These are trimmed with hem-
stitching, embroidery or fine lace
edgings. The tailored blouses boast"
lace or frills for trimming, or are
severely plain as you wish.

At, $7.50

their delicate.
ful. tailoring.

Still more elaborate are the
handmade blouses at this price.
They are also trimied with hei-
stitching, lace edges and erts,
frills, hemstitched and embr ered

handwork and care-

and elaborate embroidery.

You

will uely be able to find a blouse
to please you' in one of these lots.

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