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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MARCH 18,

MMERS TO GIVE
HE WONDER HAT"
mmers, the latest campus dram-
organization, will present its
play "The Wonder Hat," by Hecht
Goodman, at the Women's league
April 1.
e cast has been announced As
ws: Columbine, Florence Der-
'22; Pierrot, Velma Carter, '24;
hinello, Dorothy Southgate, '23;
at, Madeline McGurk, '24; Harle-
Theodosia Burton, '23.
e play is being coached by the
themselves, under the direction.
e coaching committee which con-
of: Kathryn Potter, '23, chair-
Rose Tobias, '23, Constance
23, Mary Lane, '23.1 The stage
gs and costumes are being ar-
d under the direction of Cecile
'22.

R. 0. T. C. WANTS APPLICATIONS
FOR OFFICERS COMMISSIONS
Maj. Robert Arthur of the Univer-
sity R. 0. T. C. has received communi-
cations regarding Army commissions
from the' chief ordnance and signal
corps officers, outlining the advan-
tages of service in those two branches.
"Vacancies exist in all branches and
I am receiving applications for any
of them," said Major Arthur. "The in-
fantry has 800 vacancies, the field ar-
tillery 600, the air service 400, the
coast artillery 300, and other branches
less. A number of applications have
already been received.
The preliminary board will hold its
first meeting during the first week of
April inrthe R. O. T. C. offices. Other
meetings will be held when necessary.
GIRLS-See my display of Easter
Millinery before buying. Vogue Shoppe,
230 Nickel's Arcade.-Adv.

unior Gir

"Seli a

Whitney 1
Friday Night -- $2, $1.50, $
Saturday Matinee - $1.50,
Saturday Night - $2, $1.50

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WLiom en
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 this morning in Univer-
sity hall.
Chaperones for the dances provided
by the office of the dean of women for
this weekend will be as follows: At
the Union-Friday, Mrs. Freemont
Ward; Saturday, Mrs. Yates Adams.
At the Armory-Friday, Mrs. 11. G.
Berger; Saturday, Miss Martha Hills.
Hours will be arranged later for
interclass basketball practice Thurs-
day and Friday of next week.
Basketball pratcice for first and sec-
ond teams will be held as follows:
Sophomores, 5 o'clock Monday; sen-
iors, 5 o'clock Tuesday; freshmen, 2
o'clock Wednesday; juniors, 3 o'clock
Wednesday.
Senior society will meet at 7:15
o'clock Monday night at Betsy Bar-
bour house.
The Association of Collegiate Alum-
nae invites the public to be present at
a meeting at 3 o'clock Saturday aft-
ernoon in the Natural Science audi-
torium. Miss Virginia Murray, an of-
ficer of the women's division of the
Detroit police department, will be the
principal speaker.
Chinese Test Christan Religion
A trial of Christianity and its real
value is being made by Chinese stu-
dents of the University of Chicago by
means of questionnaires sent out to
men interested in the Christiai re-
ligion. It is an attempt to discover
the objects and reality of Christian
belief and whether it is socially and
ethically justifiable. The results will
be referred to the university's Chi-
nese students in order that they may
form their own opinions.
CHIMES TRYOUTS WANTED
Tryouts are wanted for the
business staff of the Chimes.
Those 4esiring 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
the Press building.I
L. C. SMITH, UNDERWOOD and oth-
er typewriters for sale and rent. 0.
D. Morrill, 17 Nickel's Arcade.-Adv.

FREE TRAINING
During Spring Vacation
SELLING BRUSHES
You Can't Mistake-
It,s A Money Maker!
Write Box "Brushes"
Care Micigan Daily

Opposite U. S. Immigration Office

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Easter Suits_
of the finest character Q
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Women and Misses"a
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$ 75 $ 95 $125 up
All the gladness of the Easter seaso
is reflected in these smart tailleurs.
E ach has been selected by our special
representatives and bespeak the person-+w_
ality of the dignified matron or the gay
.= and elusive charm of youth. Distinctive:
cc ~expressions in highest quality fabrics,-
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chic collars and sashes, rich embroidery' >:"
and highgrade costume tailoring. =
Others at $35-$49.50-$65
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Fashons G LGarments
CORKER WOODWAAD & STATE
NO CONNECTION WTH ANY OTHER STORE -
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SAILINGS
To and from
EUROPE
Announced for Spring and
Summer Months
Reservationsnow being made.
BOOK NOW. Limited space. Sail-
ings and literature sent on request
DEtroit Travel Bureau
524 Griswold St., Detroit
Opposite U. S. Immigration Office

The Wisteria Shop
350 Maynard

Beautiful Spring Styles--AlI
Materials. Dresses and Hats
and Rain - Coats.Designed
and Made to Order.::::: :

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Formerly 10 and 20c, now
5 and 1Oc

Don't Throw

Away Your

aster Goods of all Kinds

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We Decorate Eggs
as You Wish

Discarded Clothing
An exceptional opportunity to dispose
of your worn clothes at the very high-

: Service Up - to - Date

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Fresh Raspberry and Strawberry Sundaes

est prices

UG A R

BOWL

Just Now I Need

109 S. Main Street
We Solicit Your Patronage
LASSI IE THIS
ICOLUMN
CLOSES
ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

G ElLUUK-ANewNarrow
CROA
CCluemtPeabody &Co.,Inc.,Troy, N.Y.

MEN'S CLOTHING AND SHOES
and can pay you a good price for any-
thing that you have no further use for.

SES
P. M.

WANTED
rTED- A roommate to share a
te of rooms at 444 So. State St.
;ht across from the campus. Steam
it. Non-smoker only. 114-3
TED-Family and bundle wash-
;.Drop a card and will call for
d deliver. Best references. 113
Summit St. 114-3
TED-To exchange two Saturday
>ning tickets, first floor, for two
urday afternoon tickets to Jun-
Play. Call 2650-W. 115-2
'TED -- An experienced waiter
out 8 o'clocks, for small club of
a. Phone 1049-J after 8 P. M. 113-3
TED-Sewing woman by day or
ek. Apply The Wisteria Shop,
Maynard. 115-2
T'ED-To rent a microscope. Call
8-J, after 7:00 P. M. 113-3
LOST A"D FOUND
-Pair of shell rimmed glasses
br on William or Ann Sts. Find-
please call 344, between 6 and 7
M. 114-2
-Wedding ring with initials J.l
M. and M. L H. on it. Finder
se return to Box A. Daily. 114-21

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
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Small black leather combina-
tion bill fold andrcoin purse con-
taining three tickets for C'est la
Guerre, bills and change, in south-
east part of town. Call 1192-W.
114-3"
LOST-On Sunday, March 13, a Gam-
ma Phi Beta pin, name on back.
Finder please call 1058-R. 114-2
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Large two room suite.
Furnishied for comfort and study.
Two blocks from campus. 815 E.
Huron. 13
MISCELLANEOUS
IF INTERESTED in profitable Sum-
-ner work, see Bald at 1034 E. Hur-
on St. Phnne 2024-R 111-6

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Never mind if they are soiled or worn,
I am an expert cleaner and repairer and
everything is put in the best possible
condition before being offered for sale.

Can Also pay Good Prices for
Ladies' Garments and Shoes

C LAUDE

BROWN

Second=Hand Store

120 North 4th Avenge

Phone 2601

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