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April 20, 1922 - Image 7

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-04-20

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Ann Arbor's
Boost Ann

Listed Below

CONCERT TO BE GIVEN
By TIR5 B GLEE CLUB
The third concert to be given this
year by the Universtiy Girls' Glee club
will be held tomorrow evening at
South Lyons, under the auspices of
the Junior. Brotherhood of the Pres-
byterian church. Miss Nora Crane
Hunt, of the faculty of the School of
Music, will direct the Glee club and
Florence Shirey, '22, will be the ac-
companist.
Special features of the program will
be a quartet consisting of Carol Walt-
ers, '23, Avon Rich, '23, Ada ;Nutten,
'22, and Joyce Van Alstyne, '23. Whistl-
ing solos will be given by Murza
Mann, '22Ed. Christine Mur1kett, '22,
will give an interpretative reading,
The University of Michigan women
of Detroit, will sponsor a Glee club
concert to be given Saturday, April
29; at Northern high school in Detroit.
Marguerite Chapin, '20, is the chair-
man. of the arrangements scommittee.
The entire proceeds will be given to
the Michigan League building fund.

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There will be a rehearsal of the
entire cast of "Pomander Walk" at
4 o'clock this afternoon in Newberry
hall.
A special meeting of Mortarboard
will be held at 5:30 oclock today
at Helen Newberry residence.
The Girls' Educational club will
hole a social meeting at 8 o'clock
this evening in Barbour gymnas-
ium.
A joint meeting of the board of di-
rectors of the Women's league,. the
executive committee of the Alumnae
council, advisory members and the
chairmen of standing committees will
be held at 4 o'clock thisj after-
noon in Alumni Memorial hall. Mrs.
Edward D. Pomeroy, of Chicago,
chairman of the Alumnae council, will
be present and preside at these meet-
ings.

ith the questions asked
nd Where" contest and
your answers.
E. C. LASAGE.

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Delegates to the national Y. W. C. -
A. conference left yesterday for Hot
Springs, Arkansas. They will return
April 29.
The representatives from the Uni-
versity Y. W. C. A. are: Miss Lucile
Litacre, secretary of the association;
Gertrude Boggs, '22, president; Lucy
Huber, '2,, Margaret Whyte, '23, Lu-
ella Galliver, '23, and Dorothy Jeffrey,
'24.
Marion Tucker, '22, represents the
nurses association, and the club girls
of the city Y. W. C. A. have sent Avis
Mabbs atnd Vera Tunnicliffe as their
delegates.
HOUSES TO GIVE STUNTS
AT WOMEN'S LEAGUE PARTY
Several houses will put on soyft
clever stunts as special entertainment
for the Women'sleague party tomor-
row afternoon. The nature of these
stunts is not yet disclosed but togeth-
er with the usual dancing and refresh-
meats a varied and diverting program
is promised. g

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iris To Sponsor
Children's Movie

There wild be a meeting
Freshman Girls' Glee club
o'clock this afternoon in
bour gymnasium.

of the
at 4:10
Barbour

exclusive
W0 Nickels

. E. Steim
men's re
imported
and hats,
.Ip0 4 '

Every student oa the compus has
Reating some little friknd for whom'he ofshe
service. has been wanting to do something in
t. Tel- the way of a treat. The opportunity
to do this has at last been afforded
Every- by the girls of Helen Newberry resi-
ruction dence who are giving a' children's
e 64-W. movie at 10:30 o'ciock Saturday morn-
W. Cal- ing gat the Majestic theater for the
benefit of the Michigan League cam-
Works, paign fund.
Wash- Special care had been exerecised in
n, prop. the selection of a picture appropriate
ady-to- for children and for grown-ups ' as
and do- well. In addtiion there will be a short
336 S. program of music and readings.
For the benefit of those mothers who
ributor are too busy to accompany the little
er Hu- ones and who hesitate to send them
L72-F-1. off alone, the girls have made arrange-
ments to call for them and to look aft-
its Of er them from the time they leave
rty St: home until they return. The commit-.
edding, tee asks anyone desiring this service
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Rehearsal schedule of "The Yel-,
low Jacket" for the rest of this week
is as follows:
At 2 o'clock this afternoon, act 1, at
3 o'clock, Act 1, at 4 o'clock Yin Suey
Gong, Fan girls and Yellow Jacket'; at
7:15 this evening' Plum Blossom, Yel-.
low Jacket, Nurse, and Git Hok Gar,
all in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Three o'clock Friday afternoon, in
Hill auditorium, act 2; 4 o'clock, act
2; 7:15 o'clock Friday evening, in
Newberry hall, act 3.
One o'clock Saturday afternoon in
Hill auditorium, act 1; 2 o'clock, act 2;
4 o'clock, act 3.
The Universtiy Girls' Glee club will
meet for a special rehearsal at 4:10
o'clock this afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium. Every member is urged
to be present as this is the last meet-
ing to be held before the concert to
be given Friday evening at South
Lyons.
There will an important meeting of
all sophomore girls at 3 o'clock this
afternoon 'in the parlors of. Barbour
gymnasium.
All girls wishing to enter the ten-
nis tournament must sign up by Fri-
day night on the bulletin board in
Barbour gymnasium.
Martha Washington Candies fresh
every Friday at Tice's.-Adv.
ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
SCHEpULE EFFECTIVE, OCT. tO, 1a0
Read own Central Standard Time
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Daily Daily Daily Daily
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Read Up
SUNDAYS AND NOLIDAYS

FIRST NATIONAL
BANK
Organized in 1863'
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3 % paid on
Savings Deposits

Joe
ness.
latter

Oldest N

Bank in Michigan

State Sa

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Cor. 'lain and

Parker is now open for busi-
The formal opening will be the
part of next week=-Adv.

prnr, ubo-
ers. Telephone
Is, Osteopathic
Vational Bank
11-F-1.
7, auto repair
butors of the
;tor. 202 E.

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Capital $300.000
Resources

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Arcade - Wanda Hawley
"Bobbed Hair."
Majestic '-- Marion Davies
"The Bride's Play."

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119 S.
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of Ann

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., Studebaker sales
D. Huebler, general

40-Johnson & Wilson, automo-
a.inting, trimming and refinish-
3 S. Fourth Ave., over Washte-
otor Co.
41-Puryear & Hintz, Millinery,
Main St. Telephone 1587-W.
aillinery where quality, -individ-
and reasonable prices are ac-
1 their patrons.
42-Auto Parts Co., 205 N. Main
ione 2039: Thos. L. Newell,.pro-
r. , Auto wrecking, auto parts,
or repairing and storage battery
43-Michigan Tire and Supply
37 S. Main St. Telephone 2858.
Mills, proprietor. Expert tire

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Orpheum-"The Mask."
Rae - Anita Stewart in "The
Fighting Shepardess."
Wuerth-"Be My Wife"-A Lin-
der comedy.
Joe Parker is open again. Go and
see his new cafe on the corner of
Huron and Fourth Ave.-Adv.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.
Good Board
For limited number of lady boarders
at 523 Forrest Ave, Phone 1801-W
mR A E
TODAY - FRIDAY
ANITA STEWART
in
"The Fighting Shepardess"
also'Century Comedy
This -AD" with 10 CEN'TS
will admit you today
Sunday Tom Mix
Soon "THE FOUR HORSEMAN"
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PUI- No. 44-Walter H. Blome, Pharma-
ieatre, ist, successor to Alfred G. Walker,
hours 219 S. Main St. Telephone 225. The
2526. Prescription Pharmacy of Ann Arbor.
aTket, No. 45- The Economy Store, "Where
312. your dollars go farthest." Men's and
tation boys' furnishings at popular prices.
111 E. Washington St. H. Zold, propr.
Dogs. No. 46-John H. Lambert, fine shoe
sand- repairing, estaiblished in 1881, 613 Wil-
995-J. liam St.. Quality, service and fair
11 E. prices are combined in making this
shoe repair shop a leader of its kind.
auto-. No. 47-August Barth, Tailor, 619 E.
Pol- William St. Quality imported' and do-
504 mestic fabrics, tailored into perfectly
C. F. fitting suits of the latest fashion and
sold at conservative prices, has won
Street extensive popularity for this tailor.
ts for No. 48-Ann Arbor Nash Company,
s for 311 Maynard St. Phone 1927. R. H.
notO, Schlittlerand A. C. Marquardt, pro-
"Best prietors. Nash sales and service.
Fram- No. 49-College Bakery, 516 E. Lib-
At-bor erty St. Phone 238. 'Hans G. Machus,
Tele- proprietor. Special cakes and pastry
made to order for parties and ban-
Lware quetI. i
acces. INo. 50-Ann Arbor Savings Bank,
phone main offilce, corner Main and Huron
e that Sts.; branch at 707 N. University Ave.
Capital stock, $300,000; surplus, $300,-
Cam. 000. Michael J. Fritz, President; W.
-s, 608 D. Harriman, Vice-President; Carl F.
Braun, Vice-President; Wm. L. Walz,
Is Ar- Cashier; John C. Fritz, Assistant Cash-

Betty, Behave!
Aunt Sarah started all the trouble.
She tattle-taled to Father that Betty rolled her
stockings at the knees, rouged her lips, was addicted
to chocolates-and liked a good time.
Then Father laid down the law. He told Betty that
unless she behaved, he'd-he'd-well, it was some-
thing terrible, anyway!
But, Bety lDidn 't!
And that's the reason for this whole story.
For naturally there was a man in the case He
thought it was a shame how they treated Betty, so
together they trumped up a bold scheme and set
out for the Garden of Eden.
Did they get there? That would be telling.
You'll simply have to see .

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