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April 23, 1922 - Image 9

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,"te Girls who have any old lace or cos-
the tumies for the period of 1800 are asked
en on to call Margaret Spalding at 398.
fence-
ss for All freshmen and sopohmore girls
be f~owho wish to tryout Sor class baseball
been teams will meet at A o clock Monday
girls afternoon for their first practice. De-
were finite practice hours will be also de-
the cided upon at this time.
been
1bDe- Senior play rehearsals will be as fol-
t will lows the first part of this week: Mon-
f the day at 4 o'clock, all of act 1, at 7
s be- o'clock, Jack and Marjolaine, at 8
stume o'clock, Peter and Otford. Tuesday at
ill be 4 o'clock, all of act 1, at 6:45 o'clock,
other Jack and Marjolaine, at o'clock, Peter
h the and Otford, at 7:30 o'clock, hornpipe
chorus. Wednesday at 4 o'clock, all
of act 2, at 7 o'clock, Muffin chorus, at
weeks 7:30 o'clock, , hornpipe chorus. All
of the choruses will meet in Sarah Caswell
Scorn- Angell hall, and other parts in Univer-
soen- Hity hall.
ta e An important meeting of Mummers
ay . will take place at 4:30 o'clock Monday
-afternoon in the parlors of Barbour
gymnasium. Election of officers will
be held at this time.

LEAUE RHUMMAGE SALE
TO BE GINER SATURDAY'
Wearing apparel of all kinds and in
large quantities have been collected in
the last few days for the rummage
sale to be given April 28 and 29 at
the city Y. M. C. A., for the benefit of:
the Michigan League building fund.
Pamela Brown, '24, chairman of the
committee in charge, states that if
faculty women who wish to contribute'
will call 2338, their articles will be
called for Monday afternoon. A Uni-.
versity truck will be used in the col-
lection of all contributions.
It has also been requested that the
price the prticles should be -sold for
be marked on them by the donor. The

committee in charge desires that all
houses which are to make posters for
the sale turn them in to Helen New-
berry residence immediately.
TAKE NOTICE
Garbage cans must not be larger
than 20 gollon capacity and all free
from water. Glass and rubbish must
be kept out ofsuch garbage cans.
This is a provision of the City Ordin-
ance regulating the collection of gar-
bage. The collector is not required to
take any garbage from any residence
where the above provision is violated.
Garbage cans must b accessible at
all times. Such cans in the basement
or on the second floor can be handled
only by special arrangement with the
collector.

A

l Fraternity.

A'house of distinctive beauty in spad
well located grounds, a house that we
not need costly and disfiguring alt
tions. If you are thinking of buyin
new fraternity home, it will pay yo
get in touch with us. Phone 315 a
will be glad to talk with you.

CHARLES L. BROOK
REALTOR
216 Frst Nat'l Bank Building

'JOHN A. WESSINGER,
Health Officer.

-Adv.

Beginning A Nights 500 to $3.00
Sunday, WWed. Mat., 500 to $2.00
April 30 (DETROIT) Sat Mat., 50c to $2.50

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- The Selwyns Present

The CIRCLE

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"Yellow Jacket" rehearsals for the
first part of this week are as follows:
Monday in Hill auditorium, act 3 at 3
o'clock, act 1 'at 4 o'clock. Tuesday
in Hill auditorium, act 1 at 2 o'clock,
act 3 at 4 o'clock, act 2 at 7 o'clock in
Newberry hall. Wednesday in Hill au-
ditorium, act 1 at 4 o'clock, act 2 at 7,
o'clock in Newberry hall. - Dress ,re-
hearsalsnwill be at 7:15 Thursday and
Friday nights in Hill auditorium.
ROO-IING HOUSE TO BE' USED
AS ANNEX TO DORMITORY

MR. JOHN. DREW

MRS. LESLIE
CARTER,

ERNEST
LAWFORD

INSTRUCTIO
Lieut. John N. Ryan of the U. S. Reserve Corp
merly in the regular army is now at the stables of G. L
lison, 326 E. Ann St. and offers a course in Horseman
individual instruction at extremely low rates.
GET 'THIE MOST OUT OF

JOHN
HALLIDAY

!n on
g ar-
y tea
goes'
who
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a teal

BETTY
LINLEY

YOUR RIDING

ROBERT
RENDEL

of the

Work on a new girls' rooming house
to be used as an annex to the Cheever
dormitory on Madison street, has bee
started by the University buildings and
grounds department.
One of the houses moved off Haven
street, which will be cleared for the
new School of Education, has been
chosen for tle girls and is being re-
finished by the University. When com-
pleted the house will accommodate 12
girls, bringing the total of Cheever
dormitory up to 30. The house will
be ready by the opening of the Sum-
mer session.

n alumnus of
iversities and
Retail Mer-

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MAIL ORDERS NOW. SEATS MONDAY, APRIL '24
Chinee aren

Learn to play Polo, Jump, ride cross country,
games on horseback, etc.
Special class rates. for complete course in Horsen
The following are the Rates and Descriptions
Various Courses in Horsemanship:
COURSE A, Al A2.................10
ELEMENTARY HORSEMANSHIP
(Beginners)

Joe Parker is open again. "rGorand
see his new cafe on the corner of
Huron and Fourth Ave.-Adv.
Lost something? A Classified Ad In
The Daily will find it for you.--Adv.

--SUNDAY DINNER--

1.
2.
3..
4.
5.

The Horse. Care, types, etc.
Equipment. Saddling, Bridling, etc.
Seat. At Walk, Trot and Canter.
Hands and Use of Aids.
Mounting and Dismounting.

SOUP
Cream of Chicken

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FIRST NATIONAL
BANK
Organized in 1863
3% paid on
Savings Deposits
Oldest National Bank in Michigan
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RELISHES

Radishes

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Young Onions

CHOICE OF
Roast Young Turkey
Young Chicken baked in milk
Fried Chicken with Cream Gravy

COURSE BB1, B2................ 15
INTERMEDIATE HORSEMANSHIP
1. Seat. Further Development.'
2. Hands. Further Development.
3. Calisthenics (mounted).
4. Drill. Military and Ring.
5. Games (mounted).
COURSE C, C1, C2 ....................20
ADVANCED HORSEMANSHIP

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VEGETABLES
Mashed Potatoes'

Big Town.

Green Peas

wn East," a'
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"The Circle,"
r)'ITCV
n~ot vpt po~d
2 arp iirgd to f
ceks are to be
rtreaimnror at 1
rpnw. Nampa t
a s are vat 1
tpd in thl rpr- f
-dinetn Wol- f
t of the class.

RAE E
TODAY-MONDAY
TOM MIX
in
"The Big Town Roundup"'
First time in Ann Arbor

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SALADS

Leftuce

Tomato

DFSSERT
Strawberry Shortcqke with Cream
or Connor's Ice Cream

1.
2.
3.
'4.
5.
6.

The Polo Seat.
The Hunting Seat.
Jumping.
Cross-Country Riding.
Trick Riding (at option
Show Ring riding.

Also-LEE MORAN in~
"Robinson's Trousseau';

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of student).

Teas

Coffee
After Dinner Mints

or Milk

Soon--
"The Four Horsemen"
-RAE

Served 12.3

Total Hours
To obtain' best results classes should meet three times

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Course
Course
Course

A -$ 7.50
B -$10.00-Classes
C --$12.50

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of 10 to

Radio. Accessories

11

FOR THE AMATEUR

Course
Course
Cpurse

Al-$10.00
B1-$12.50-Classes of
Q1---$15.00

5 to 10

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FERRY'S Lawn Seed
FERRY'S White Clover Seed
FERRY'S Garden Seed
AMERICAN Line of Lawn Mowers
Garden and Lawn Tools of all kinds

RED STAR Oil Stoves
Galvanized Garbage Pails
Galvanized and Black Wire
and Windows

Cloth for Doors

Course;
Course
Course

A2-$12.50
B2-$17.75-Individual
C2-$25.00

AUTO ACCESSORIES

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PENNSYLVANIA VACUUM CUP TIRES AND TUBES
PAINTS AND VARNISHES
re1 lej i«'V 6Dtife
PMON 1i81 3±0 S. 9tATi T1I2 '

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Single lessons-each hour-$1.50.
Students are graded on their work on a po:

points is high. An average of 6 points or better .r
tained throughout a course to allow a student tc
the next course. Students entering Courses Bc
going through the prading cburss must pass
t*t

or

Special rates for

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