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May 06, 1922 - Image 7

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-05-06

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K.A.T. CARDEN PR
TO BE GALA AF

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I The University iris' Glee club will
hold their last meeting this year at 4
-o'clock Tuesday afternoon, May 9, in
will Barbour gymnasium. Officers will be
0 12 elected at that time and a short busi-
orn- ness meeting will be held.
lock,
Tickets will be on sale for the Sen-
ior Girls' play from 2 to 6 o'clock Mon-
day for women and from 2 to 6 o'clock.
uing for the general public Tuesday and'
Wednesday, in the box office at Hill
auditorium.
for
rthe WYVERN SOCIETY
nder ELECTS * MEMBERS

mny girl
he booth
e for will

on

Wyvern society elected the follow-.
ing junior women to its membership:
Elizabeth Carsons, Doris Crouse, Helen
Delbridge, Frieda Diekoff, Susan Fitch,
Mary Hays, Dorothy Jeffries, Cather-
ine Stafford, and Marion Taylor. In-
itiation will be 'held next Tuesday
afternoon:
Wyvern to Entertain for Dean Jordan
Wyvern society will entertain Dean
Myra B. Jordan at a farewell lunch-
eon at the English Muffin Tea rooms.
this noon.

Efforts are being made by the com-
mittee in charge of the Kappa Alpha
Theta garden party, which is scheduled'
for Friday, May 19, to make the event
a gala affair. Unusual decorative Pea-'
tures will be carried out, and several
musical numbers will be introduced.
Booths in charge of members of the
chapter wil serve refreshments. Ken-
nedy's orchestra which has beeu. en-
gaged to play at the party will furnish
continuous.music fo'r dancing from 9
to 1 o'clock.
Mary E. Hays, chairman of the com-
Smittee in charge," announced yester-
day that tickets are on sale at Gra-
ham's bookstore and may be secured
for $1.50. Stags will be admitted to
the party in a limited number. These
tickets are selling at $1. As the num-
ber of tickets is limited it is impera-
tive that those wishing to attend the
party procure tickets as soon as possi-
ble.
Dunn Fountain Pen sold by 0. D'
Morrill, 17 Nickel's Arcade, hold sev-
eral times as much ink as the ordi-
nry kind.-Adv.
Avoid aeiays by ordering your vis-
iting cards from O. D. Morrill, 17
Nickel's Arcade.-Adv.'

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Arcade Afterooon and3Evenings
318 S. State St.,College Inn

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P ure Milk Products
From the finest kept herds in
Washtenaw county. Do not
accept an inferior quality when
the best is just as cheap.

HIS season, when some
clothes are slyly or un-
blushingly cheapened to make
tall talk out ofa low price,your
only safety is to buy a high rep-
utation. It is vel1 to be mind-
ful that every bait hides a hook.

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and Paid

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If YoU'll Onl'y C'oinpa.r., Yo'll1 Surely Come

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Saturday

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SPICY, SAUCY, FARCE COMEDY
MR. AND MRS.
CARTER DE HAVEN
ARRY THE POQR G
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We are headquarters for Vanta Baby Garments-endorsed by doctors, nurses, and infant
experts - including abdominal binders, teething bands, shirts, Gertxudes, and nighties,
Baby Bess hose.
To every new baby visiting this shop a dainty little record book will be presented.

ihontas,
'est Vir-
y Coke,
d Coal.

OF MEIO DY LAE
A clever act of clever kiddies that you can't afford to miss

Children, 2 to 6 - Colored bloomer dresses.
Values $3.50 and $5.00-$2.98

We have Jap Silk robes in pink and blue satin i
crepe de chene and hand embroidered in size 27 1
36 in. for carriage
at $5.00 and $7.50 ,

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Breeches

Il
kers and Knicker Suits
We are headquarters for Sport; Hiking and Riding Togs for Ladies
;: and Men and are showing the largest assortment. Also Khaki Iiddies,
Sport Hose, Leather and Wrap Puttees, Hiking Shoes, High-Tops and
Moccasin Pack Shu for Ladies and Men. Breeches priced from $2.25 up.

Chldren's Peg Top Romper Suits.
Values " $2.75 and $2.98-$1.98.
Children's Pongee Silk Dresses, with and without
bloomers, all with a bit of handwork. Some smocked
around yoke, others with darning stitches in bright
colors..
Prieed $0.50 to $8.50.
KIDDIE s01
Striped, all colors-imports and domestic.
All Prices - 59c up- Sizes 4 to 9.
Infants and Children's all-wool knitted sweaters..
Some double breasted with belt and pockets-others-
tuxedo style with rolling collar and belt.
$2.50 to $s.98
Children's 2 to 6 year knitted capes in a variety of
colors-some with angora collars.
, . to
Tissue Gingham dresses, - these come in lavender;
and white, red and white, and other attractive styles,
smocked yoke, others hand embroidery.
$5.98 to $7.00

And in 36 by 54 for Kiddie Koop
at $8.60 to $10.60.

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Infants' strictly hand-made organdie and batiste
baby bonnets, daintily trimmed with a bit of hand
work and lace.
Priced at $1.98 to $3,35
We are showing a complete line of Infants' baskets,
bassenettes, wardrobe and clothes rack, all white
or Ivory enamel and finished in Dresden .designs.
Price, $8.75 t. $2.00

,,A complete line of sizes and colors in

girls' Wash Hats.

Canoe

Blankets, Auto Robes

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and Army Blankets
Tom Wye Knit Coats, Sweaters and Sport Coats of all kinds.
Khaki and 0. D. Serge Army Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery
and Caps.
CRAVEN ETTES, GABARDINES & TWEED TOP COATS.
Haversacks, Pack-Rolls, Canteens, Mess Cans, "Gold. Medal"
Camp Furniture, Stoves, Grills, Pup Tents, Squad and Wall
Tents, Ponchos, Rain Coats, Rubber Boots, etc.

For the girls we have organdie and poplin
pique in white, blue, and pink. - For the small
we have the poplin and pique and white, either z
ing or turned down. Some with a bit of hand a
on crown.
Price, $1.8 to $2.98

.ane
in,~ieton
hops_

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tore, 213 N. 4th Ave.

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