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April 07, 1922 - Image 11

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I Dean
IAll girls who wish to sign up their
houses for baseball must do so at once
on th~e bulletlin board in Barbour gym-
nasiumi.
Many girls who pledged specific
amounts last fall to the Y. W. C. A.
have neglected to pay these dues.. Im-
mediately after Easter vacation the
committee in~ charge of this work will
resume its collecting' campaign. Ev-
eryone who has not paid her pledge,
should do so at that time.
All girls takin~g regular gymnasium
work who have not yet had their ap-
paratus examinatilons, must do so at
one of the following hours, at 10 or 11
o'clock this morning or at 2 or 3
o'clock this afternooin.
All gymnasium classes will meet in
the gymnasium at th~er first meeting
after vacation, to sign up for their
outdoor sport.
There are still a few more Junior
Girls' play scores for sale. These may
be obtained at' Wahr's or Graham's
bookstores.
1 "22 LITS NOTICEI
I All members of the 1922 liter-
Iary class who have not yet paid
( their class dues of $2 are urged to
( do so at once. 'Checks are to be
Imailed to the class treasurer atj
2107 Washtenaw avenue. Names )
Iof senior lits whose dues are yet
unpaid are now posted in the rg
reg istrar's office, according to Walt-
Ver B,. Rea,, president of the class.

AL M EET

By winning 36 points to 4 for the
freshmen, the sophomore class took
nearly every event in the annual ap-
paratus meet for girls held Thurs-
day afternoon,' and in addition, won
the stVver cup offered to the winning
class for the highest number of points
earned in the gymnastic demonstra-
tion and apparatus meet combined.
The total number of points accredited
to the sophomore class is now 81, as
opposed to 56 for the freshmen.
The highe'st individual scorer in the
meet was Margaret Stair, '24, who' won
first place in the meet with a total of
nine points, by winning first place ,in
three different events. Julia Coe took
second place, with seven points, and
-Mary Early and "' Dbrothy Rockwell
tied for third place with five points
each.
An innovation~was introduced in~ the
relay race between classes, which was
won by the sophomore class, and
counted them four points.
CHEEVER HOUSE TO BRE OPEN
DURING SPRING VACATION
Adelia Cheever dormitory will be
open throughout vacation. According
to Miss Henriette Scranton, social di-
rector of the house, there are several;
rooms available at tis house forj
these girls who desire them during
the vacation.
Martha Cook dormitory, Betsy Bar-
bour house and Helen Newberry resi-
dence will not remain open during the
coming holidays. These 41ouses will
be cleaned and in some cases partially
redecorated within the next week.
I FRESH LITS NOTICE
IFreshman Tits are requested to
~jmail their class dues to D. E~.
Johnson, 1443 Washtenaw aye-
n~ue at once, No applicationsI
for Fresh Frolic tickets will be
Iconsidered unless dues are paid.,.

TVsI erL EA.£&IO Jneu'AL ffLALIILVU XY"UU
Wyvern, honorary society for junior
women, is planning 'to give a dance on
Saturday afternoon, April, 29, at the
Union for the benefit of the University
of Michigan league. Margaret Rein-
eke, '23, is chairman of the affair.
Others on the committee are Laura
Mills, '23, Katherine Kuhlman, '23,
and Gladys McConnal, '23. George
Rogers' orchestra has_ donated its ser-
vices for this dance.
Typewriting, promptly anid neatly
done. 0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickel's Ar-
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Resources $4,0

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Statje and Buren Sts.
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April 9 (Palm Sunda~y), 10:40 a., m.
jThe organ plays at 10:35.
YOU. MR. STUDENT
should have use for
a a typewriter. You
can rent one from
us for three months
for $7.50 Up. Or
you can rent withi
privilege of buying.
At any time up to
r six months we will
allow all rent you
have paid to count
against sale price of machine. There is
uo obligation to buy. The offer is
made to save you money if you find
you wvant to own a machine after first
renting

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Lean Pork Shoulder Roasts
All Campbell's Soups
LenBe o sslStrictly Fresh Eggs, per doz.
Fresh Creamery Butter, in b
251lb. Gold Medal or Pillsbu 13l.CnCic
I pk. Greenville Potatoes
Michigan Cream Cheese, pe
3 Large Grape Fruit.
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Tis but nine days from Eastqr and every woman, younh
girl 'who walks about the floors of B. Siegel Co. these dal
Spring wardrobes, will derive great .pMeasure in seeing all
outergarments. Every department is crowded to the limit
beautiful app~arel ever shown in Detroit.

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Tickets at _Graham~s, Slater' s and Wahr's

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