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~Iomen

1 9 Iiter-
not yet paid
2are urged to
ks are to be
treasurer at
fue. Names
dues are yet
sd in the reg-
hng to Walt-
of the clase.

The regular
Mandolin club
o'clock this
ry hall

practice
will be
evening'

of the Girls'
held at 7:30
in Newber-

EVENTS

LISTED

M'ichigan Daily desires to
le for pi.Zc ..ion a calen-
f all important campus
s between May 1 and. the
of school. The dates and
s of all such events must
nt to the Calendar Editor,
gan Daily, at once.

There will be rfie practice at the
Armory tonight, 7 to 9. .for all wo-
men taking rifle shooting as previous-
ly scheduled. Some instruction on
pistol firing will be given. All wo-
men interested are asked to come out
at the scheduled time.
Classes for upperclassmen.in ten-
nis and archery will bie held this
afternoon.
Practice hours for juniors and sen-
iors in baseball are at 4:45 o'clock
on Mondays and Wednesdays; for
freshmen and sophomores, at 4 o'clock
on Mondays and Wednesdays.
Chairmen of all committees of
Masques' "Yellow Jacket" will meet.
for reports at 4 o'clock this aft-
ernoon in the parlors of Barbour gym-
nasium.
Sigma Delta Phi will hold a meeting

TELEPHONE 214 F-1

SUMMER WORK FOR STUDENTS
PLEASANT WORK-BIG PAY-EXTRA AWARDS
Vhat are you going to do this Summer, Men? Will you take a job that
ie you down, keep you in-doors'the whole Summer long, ply you $15
5 a week, and leave you feeling like the very old dickens when College
next Fall?
r have you in mind landing something that will keep you out of doors,
e you to travel, pay you $50 each week for expenses, give you a good
>f money to defray next year's expenses, and at the end of the Summer
you with the feeling that you have had a real vacation? .
very student desiring employment for this Summer will do well to
into tie opportunities which we are in a position to offer. A letter of
ry wl bring you full details. .
'ur Publications: Subscription Department'
n Picture Magazine For Particulars BREWSTER IPUBLICATIONS,
ion Picture Classic Inc.
Skadowland Write gW 175 Duffeld Street
Beauty Brooklyn, N. V.

at 4 o'clock this afternoon at Martha
Cook.I
Members of the Faculty Women's
club who wish to swim will have
the use of the swimming tank In Bar-
bour gymnasium at 3 o'clock this aft-
ernoon. A teacher will be presentto
give. lessions to those who do nt
know how to swim. There will be a
nominal charge for instruction.,
The meeting of Mortarboard
scheduled for this evening at the
Kappa Kappa Gamma house, has been
postponed unitil 10 o'clock Sunday
morning at Helen Newberry resid-
ence."
LEAGUE DELEGATES
LEAVE FOR ITHACA
Edna Groff, '22, president of the
Women's league, and Frances Ames,
'23, president-elect of the league, left
last night to attend the ninth annual
conference of the middle western as-
ociation for women's self-government,
to be held May 4, 5, and 6, at Cornell
university, Ithaca, New York.
The conference will be concerned
with the problems of the self-govern-
ment and organization of the college
woman, Among ,the speakers will be
Miss Georgia, L. White, dean of wo-
men at Cornell uniyersity, who was
one of the speakers at the women's
annual luncheon held here April 1.
CHEEVER DORMITORY GIRLS
RAISE FUNDS FOR BUILDING
Members of Adelia Cheever house
will add to the' Michigan league cam-
paign fund by selling cold cr to
the girls on the campus. This a , am
is of an especially fine texture, being
made by the girls themselves from a
reliable old recipe. It will be sold
at 50 cents a jar. Orders may be
placed by telephone at Adelia. Cheever
house, 2911.
New berry Alumnae Start Loan Funid
The Helen Newberry Residence as-
sociation, which consists of alumnae
from the house, have recently :started
a loan fund similar to the one started
by Alumnae house. The fund is be-
ing used for the first time this semest-
er and is for the use of an upper-
classwoman in the house.
Engagement Announced by Student
Announcement is made of the en-
gagement of Miss Wavah Brown, of
Lansing, to Howard G. Doud, '23P
AT THE THEATERS
I I~i:x
TODAY
SCREEN
I Arcade-May Murray in "Fascina-
I tion."
Majestic -- "Bought and Paid
For."'
C Orpheum-"Father ri'om" with
I Tom Wise. 1
Rae-"The Four Horsemen."
f Wuerth-"Marry the Poor Girl,"
with Mr. and Mrs. Carter De
Haven.

WOMEN

i

TODAY-FRIDAY j
ACERTAIN RICH MAN",
MovIe Chats-Century
Comedy
General Admission
TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY I
'"The Four Horsemen"
.4 '

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O P T IC A L W O R K SI
MANUFACTURING -REPAIRING
~- --

desiring summer em-
ployment please be at
the West Parlor, Barbour
Gymnasium, Saturday
morning, May 6, at 10
o'clock.

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R e pairs

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LENSES GROUND - FRAMES ASSEMBL
For perloct Servioe try our complete optical Department.
Mowick, Optometrist.
H A LLEIR & FU LLE R aSm,

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THE STAGE

s51O ONE TOLD THE SEXTON AND THE SEXTON TOLLED THE BELL

FOR SPRING
ARE HERE

j Friday and Saturday
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by Bayard Veirin.

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th fine hand tailoring

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$3500 and up

EBOE PRICE
PONooN IES
PIPES

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Sunshine
Kiddies

OF MELODY LANE

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New
device
gives cooler,
cleaner smoking
Agents for the United States and Canada
GRBSVENOR NICHOLAS CO., Inc
6 l0 Broad Street New York City

With a change of the Feature
Numbers of the Bill

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