Sigma Delta Phi will hold a meeting
I: at 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon at;
; DR. CORA J. BEST
t DIN~b .
R. H. Campbell, t'reasurer of the Uni-
gig versity, before members can use the
courts. Players are requested to
bring their own rackets and balls and
Plans have been made by Mrs. J
Emswiler, chairman of the swimm
committee of the athletic section
of the Girls'
held at 7:30.
g in Newber-
Members of the athletic section of
the Faculty Women's club went for a
hike yesterday afternoon. The hikers
met at the Engineering arch and went
out Geddes road across the river and
returned by the River road.
Dr. Cor Johnstone Best spoke to
the hikers on the ideals of true sports-
manship. Following Dr. Best's talk,
Mrs. R. H. Curtis, chairman of the
athletic section, spoke in apprecia-
tion of the interest which Dr. Best
trad shown in the athletic section and
also commended Mrs. Willis Shippam
for her work in arranging ,the five
hikes which the athletic section has
,Mrs. F. H. Stevens, chairman ef the
gift committee, presented; both Dr.
Best and Mrs.. Shippam with gifts
from the members of the.athletic sec-
OFFICERS FOR COM ING YEAR
ANNOUNCED BY IT1[MERS
Mummers held its annual election'
yesterday afternoon. The officers for
next year are: President, Velma Car-
ter, '24; vice-president, Marion Munn,
'24; secretary, Kathryn Potter, '23;
treasurer, Beatrice Hoek, '23Ed; mem-
ber-at-large, Dorothy Jeffry, '24.
Miss Clark Speaks on Social work
Miss Mary E. Clark spoke to the
Presbyterian women of the University
on the opportunities for social and re-
ligious work yesterday afternoon at a
tea given in her honor at the Martha
Miss Clark is a representative from
the Women's Board of Foreign Mis-
sions and is here for the purpose of
interesting college women in mission
Yarn Sold by Sorority for League
Yarn in all colors and varieties is
being sold by the Kappa Delta sor-
ority. Profits will go to the University
of Michigan league. The average price
of the yarn is about 25 cents an ounce.
Representatives from the Kappa
Delta sorority have sample cards and
will visit the dormitories, sororities,
'and league houses to takeorders for
the Faculty Women's club, for those
members who wish to swim to have
the use of the swimming tank in Bar-
bour gymnasium at 3 o'clock this aft-
ernoon. A teacher will be present to
give swimming.lessons to those who
do not know how to swim.
Tennis .courts at Palmer..field 'will
be reserved forsmembers of the Facul-
ty Women's club at 4:15 o'clock every
Friday afternoon. Members wishing
to play are asked to, call Mrs. W. A.
Paton at 2164-'W to arrange for part-
ners. A fee of $1 must be paid to Mr.
A Wonderful New
To all who= come tomorrow
we will give absolutely free..
a sa mple treatment of Palm
It is now admitted that this
wonderful shampoo: will re-
wear fiat heeled shoes.
Sorority Tea Shop Makes $60 Profit
Profits from the Delta Delta Delta
tea shop amounted to $60. This tea
shop was open last Wednesday and
Thursday afternoons and was well
patron'ized both days. The menu in-
cluded all items usually served at
tea, shops. An additional feature of
musical programs distinguished it
from ordinary tea rooms., The profits
realized have been given to the treas-
urer of the campaign fund as a house
contribution to the Michigan league
Silk hosiery in any' color desi
may be bought from the Alpha
Delta sorority which is selling it
add to the University of Michig
league fund. The hosiery is made
an unusually durable grade of s1
and is being sold at a reasonal
FRESH LITS NOTICE}
Freshman lits are requested to' f
mail their class dues to D. E. j
SJohnson, 1443 Washtenaw aye- }
Snue at once. No, applications I
for Fresh Frolic tickets will be
considered unless dues are paid.}
by D. . l . P. for
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
HERE is only
That is 100%.
one degree on honesty.:
Anything less than that.
What they should do is take the other si
the case sometime and see if those argu;
the West Parlor, !
morning, May 6
rs for ji
:ors and sen-
move that oil in the
called Sebum -- the
of most hair troubles.
is -dishonesty. In other words there is a
clear line of demarcation between men who are
honest and those who are not.
The peculiar and interesting thing about hon-
esty is that scores and scores of men are honest
to everybody except themselves. They' would-
It might be that they woulc
et" will meet
If you are troubled with
dandruff or oily hair we
urge you for your own sake
to try it. Your hair will re-
Come in tomorrow and get
FULL SIZED BOTTLE
n't forge a check, they wouldn't perpetrate a
falsehood, they wouldn't steal a nickel; 'and
yet they are continually cheating themselves.
and don't'know it.
We mean that men blarney themselves into be-
lieving that they are exceptions to the rule,
that they, perhaps, are working at a disadvan-
tage or are not situated as favorably as their
neighbor. And on this ssumption they excuse:
themselves for their shortcomings arguing that
they are handicapped by thus and thus.
the light but you can never know until you
them and see. Perhaps you are handica
.but perhaps your neighbor is .also only
so busy getting ahead in the world the
doesn't let it bother him. The men who
trol the greatest amount of our nation's w
are those who started in a small way and
a small bank account. But they could r
have started if they had not been honest
themselves -- if they had not investigatec
found that they could live on less than
were making and save the rest, even thou
rest was rather small.
Special This Week
Be honest with yourself.
'23 LITS NOTICE
ay in "Fascina-
All members of tle 1922 liter-
ary class who have not yet paid
their class dues of $2 are urged to
do so at once. Checks are to be
mailed to the class treasurer at
2107 Washtenaw avenue. Names
of senior lits whose dues are, yet
unpaid are now posted in the reg-
istrar's office, according to Walt-
er B. Rea, president ot the class.
f , ''
k , '
tDrug & Prescription Store
State and N. tiniv. Ave.
honest and see if, after all, you are not
as well situated to save money as anyon
IThNeyVicor Records are
p EYENT Ta BE LIsTED
The Michigan Daily desires to:
compile for publication a calen-
dar of all important campus
events between May 1 and' the
end of school. The. dates and.
names of all such events must
be sent to the Calendar Editor,
Michigan Daily, at once..
Now is the time to hear them, while our stock is complete. It's
That tells you better how much you'll enjoy them.
The Living God! (Johnstone-O'Hara)
Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing Olive ]
Saviour, Like a Shepherd Lead Usi Olive E
t TUNEFUL CONCERT AND OPERATIC
Granadinas (Farewell, My Granada) (Calleja-Barrera) In Spanish
Secret of Suzanne-Oh gioia, la nube legger In Italian ;
Barbiere d3 Siviglia-La Calunnia (Rossini) In talian
Love's Nocturne (Notturno d'Amor) (Fucacci-Drigo)
The Road That Brought You to Me (Hamblen)
LIGHT VOCAL SELECTIONS
a good idea to hear
Come in now.
G. CLAUDE DRAKE
Longing, Dear, For You
45307 10 Rockin' in de Win'
Don't Leave Me Mammy
18875 10 Time After Time
Play that 'Song of India' Again
18877 10 Those Dais Are Over A
18876 10 Oh! You Beautiful Baby
Waggle o' the Kilt
55153 12 Bella McGraw (Back, Back, to Where the Heather Grows)
We 're interested in your health;~
pro tectink it, too, with spr ing
menus at the Arcades Cafeteria!
Caprice No. 18 (Paganini-Kreisler) (Violin Sole)
Serenade spagnole (Chaminade-Kreisler) (Violoncello Solo)
Preide in C Sharp Minor (Rachmaninoff) (Piano Solo)
Waltz (Brahms, Op. 39, No. 15) (Violin Solo)
Walkure-Wotan's FareweUl and Magic Fine Music
Canzonetta (Godard) (Violin Solo)
Waltz (from Suite for two Pianos) (Arensky) (Piano Duet)
Espana Rapsodie (Chabrier) (Piano Duet)
18872 10 After the Rain-Fox Trot _
Tee-Pee Blues-Fox Trot.
18874 10 Black Eyed Blues-Fox Trot
Wbile Miami Dreams-Fox Trot,
18878 10 Tell Her at Twilight-Fox Trot.
Old Fashioned Girl-Fox Trot (from "Bombo")
18879 10 Little Grey Sweetheart of Mine-Medley Fox Trot
18880 10 By the Sapphire Sea-Fox Trot
My Mammy Knows-Fox Trot
18870 10 Angel Child-Fox Trot
Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes-Fox Trot
18871 10 In Bluebird Land-Fox Trot,
Paul Whiteman and His
Paul Whiteman and His
The Benson Orchestra i
The Benson Qrchestra a
Joseph C. Smith and His
Paul Whiteman and His
Upstairs, Nickels' Arcade
Schaeberle & Son, Music House
110 South Main Street
Or J'"ake O"neYourself
We'll Sholv You Holy
200 E. Washington