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March 23, 1921 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-03-23

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MISSIONARY WILL MASQUES M~EMBERIS TRYOUT Basketball practice for first and see-
"'~"~"''" SA DLE ONIE~ j All expense including stemship Iae, Wehts.
FistfomMsqnsIN 1III Freshmen, 2 o'clock today; juniors, 3 Sightseeinq trips, etc
"is the subj~ct ,of tue ad- irs tryoutsfo the Msusannu- o'clock today. A) 1 427 S. MAIN Phone 1687-R $65 Round Trip
ich will be gvnb r al spring~ play, "The Importance of I STU~D EN T LVE~RY Detrit ratre maileduonruet
:McCandliss at the holy, Being Earnest," by Oscar Wilde will _Letters____have___Deenit raeetBuraut54frromothSe
Women desiring to purchase tickets Letrhaeensntotfo te
ter services held at 4:30 be held at 4 o'clock this afternoon in office of the dean of women asking
Is afternoon' in Newberry Barbour gymnasium. Copies of the for the Union opera, which go on that all women on the warned or pro-
the Islanm of Hainan, China, room of the Library. Only upperclass- at once at the office of the dean of
has been in charge of a men are eligible for the play. The last women for slips giving order of pre- There will be a meeting of the first
He is now enjoying a year's opportunity to tryout will be given at cedent. and second basketball teams of all Commercial Banking in all its Branches.
fom his work. A son and 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. classes at 5 o'clock Wednesday after-
of Dr. McCandliss are also There will be a meeting of the Girls' noon to decide the time for interclassSaigDe rt ntnd afyDpotVuls
slonary work in China, and Senior Society to Give Tea Dance Educational club at 8 o'clock tonight practices and games.ExhneoAlPatofheWrd
ion, Robert McCandiss, '21M, Aseisoafrnntadncss at Betsy Barbour house.
nig to enter foreign mission-tbegvnfrhewmnoteUi- Vesper services will be held at 4:30 A. B. A. Travelers' Checks.
eatrhsgaato. versity league houses under the a- Apparatus examinations for fresh- 'c hlWedesdy'ateroonin ew
spices. of Senior society. The fist men and sophomores will be held at berry hall.H INI AN
to meet individual tastes, group of girls will be entertained the regular class hours, April 4, 5,7 Holmes Resumes Teaching Next {PeekFAE S & NT CH N CS A K
rolford Shop, 721 North U.- from 3:30 to 5:30 o'clock this after- and 8. Roy H. Holmes, instructor in the so-
noon at Martha Cook building. ciology department, is recovering frm 101103 So. MaiS. 330 So. State St., (Nickels Arcade)
__________________________________________________ The freshman-sophomore apparatus his recent illness. He was permitted
*met, the only interclass contest to beI to sit tp yesterday and will without Member of the Federal Reserve System.
held this year, will take place at 4 doubt be able to resume his teaching
__Z £ D __£U. __91%nl o'clock Wednesday afternoon, April 6. next week.______________________________




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