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orning in Univer-

aore girls wishing addi-
ticketscall student office
vberry residence.
1 membership me*ting of
. which was to have been
rnoon has been postpon-
slock next Monday after-
actices for freshmen and
are held regularly at 4
[ondays and Thursdays;
id seniors, at 4:45 o'clock
and Wednesdays.
who are planning to be
ner school and would be

HOTEL DOORS OPEN
TO WOMEN ONLY'
One of the most interesting places
at which to stop when travelling is
the Gracd Dodge hotel in Washington.'
This new idea of a hotel for women,
run by women, greatly simplifies
travelling for younger women and
girls.
At Grace Dodge hotel there are no
regulations or restrictions other than
those found in any first class hotel
except that there is no tipping. Its
atmosphere, as of a well-ordered club,
is one of hospitality where one can
feel at home and at the same time be
entirely independent. Every woman
used -to hope to go to Washington at
least once in her life-time, but nowa-
days such numbers go so many times
a year on public or private business
or just to visit, that an experiment like
the Grace Dodge hotel is likely to
prove a useful one.
WOME N'S ATHLETICS HURRIED
BY SHORTNESS OF SEASON

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yes 42
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nioney was successfully carried out at
the Junior Girls' play and because of
the warmer season the committee be-
lieves that the profits tonight will ex-
ceed the previous sale.

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CHAPMAN
113 South Main

uses which want more candy
e league booth are asked to
it at once. Also all money
andy must be in by May 15 so
booth may be closed.
will be a 10 honor point hike
girls interested at 9 o'clock
day morning. The party will
m Barbour gymnasium at this

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Owing to the shortness of the seasonj
in all, women's athletics'it will be ne-
cessary tos.hurry somewhat:the work
of the clas teams in all the various
sports.
All teams in tnuis, baseball and
quoits, and all those entering the
archery tournament must be chosen
by Thursday, May 18, and all prelim-
inaries must be played off by Friday,
May 26. The finals in all events will
be played on field day, Wednesday,
May 31.
Lost something? A Classified Ad in
The Daily will find it for you.-Adv.
You'll find many bargains when you
read Michigan Daily Ads.-Adv.

Miriam Wicksall, '24, chairman of
the committee for the sophomore
girls' movie, received a check for twen-
ty-five dollars worth of tickets from
Mr. W. L. Butterfiel* owner of the
Majestic and Arcade theaters. A
message accompanying the check
wished the '24 girls the best of suc-
cess with their sale of tickets for the
production "The Bachelor Daddy,"
with Thomas Meigham which will be
shown at the Majestic theater May 18,,
19, and 20 for the benefit of the Mich-
igan league campaign funa.
The committee wishes it known that
the best of the camius talent will ap-
pear in the special added features.
Tickets are obtainable from any soph-
omore girl on campus.
WOMEN APPLY FOR
SUMMER WORK
Applications from women who wish
to work during. the summer are com-
ing in to Dean Myra B. Jordan's office
in abundance. Many of these could be
filled if people desiring to have work
done would put in requests at the of-
fice for student workers. Applica-
tions. of those wishing to work in-
clude requests for housekeeping, gov-
erness positions, clerical work, and
many others. Many applicants desire
steady as well as part time work
while others are willing to go away to
resorts and . hotels. Were calls' to
come in to Dean Jordan's, office, it
would greatly help the situation.
Nortarboard Alumnae ,Plan Reunion
Plans for areunion of the members
of Mortarboard were made at a sup-
per given by the Mortarboard alumnae
Tuesday .night at the English Muffin
Tea rooms. Arrangements have been
mhde to give a breakfast on June 18
for all of those members of Mortar-
board who "are in nn Arbor for Com-
mencement.
Glee Club to Sell Frost-bites Tonight
Frost-bites will be sold tonight at
the Senior Girls' play by memberstof-
the Freshman Girls'. Glee, club for the
benefit of the Michigan league cam-
paign fund. This idea fax raising
COMING-SOON
ARCADE

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AT THE THEATERS

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TAXI

TODAY

SCREEN

35 CENTS

Arcade - "Beyond the Rocks,"
with Gloria Swanson and Rud-
olph Valentino.
Majestic- "Turn to the Right,"
and Bell's Hawaiians.
Orpheum-"What Love Will Do,"
and comedy "Robinson Crusoe."
Rae-"Proxies,"
Wuerth-Mary Pickford in "Lit-
tle Lord Fauntleroy."

999

TAXI

STAGE

_TELEPHONE 114 f"1

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T U T"T L E S
A Place to bring your friends
Nowhere is the food better
N'owhere is the service more prompt
TUTT LE'S LUNCH ROOM
Maynard Street

I Whitney - Senior Girls' play,
I "Pomander Walk."
Try a: Daily Want Ad. Tt payt.--Adv.

club will
v evening at
Miss Leila
the national
teta, nation-
will hold a

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Sold by CALKINS-FLETCHER DrugCo,
TREBO $6R00
PIPES,

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From the Leading Makers
Perfumes and
Toilet Waters

CIGAR,

STORE'

Cold

Beer

You' II Alvays T nd E

VE HAVE THE BEST BEER IN THE CITY
OE COLD, BIG SCHOONER FOR 50
BASEBALL RETURNS RECEIVED.HERE INNING BY
INNING. EVERYONE WELCOMED HERE
TTER & DE FRIES
118 EAST HURON STREET

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gives cooler,
cleaner smoking
Agents for the United States and Canada
GROSVENOR NICHOLAS & CO., Inc.
6o Broad Street New York City

The Eberbach Son Co*
200-204 L. Liberty Street

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OF THE MICHIGAN UNION

FRIDAY-SATURDAY

MAY 12

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THE PERFORMANCES ARE FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC,
AS WELL AS FOR MEMBERS OF THE UNIVERSITY

DOBBS 922 STRAWS

THE MIMES REPERTOIRE COMPANY
Present

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The

Cloiste

Straw Hat
Day
May 13th

Straw Hat
Day

May 13th

A Play in Four Acts
By EMILE VERHAEREN

First Public

Presentation

in' America

'.,

AN EXCEPTIONAL

CAST

The Dobbs Straws are now on display for your approval. Nineteen Twenty-
two Styles carry the same Dobbish exclusiveness as in :the past.

INCLUDING

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AGENTS

TINKER & COMPANY
SOUTH STATE STREET AT WILLIAM STREET
The Home of Fetter Clothes, Hats and Furnishings at Fair Prices.

CARL W. GUSKE
THOMAS L UNDELtWOOD
LAUREN B. S. TUKESBERRY
ELMAN S. PETTIJOHN
GEORGE S. BUCHANAN
And a splendid supporting company

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Seat Sale To-Day at 10:00 A. M. at Box Ofce. Price $1.

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DANCES

FRIDAY

AND

SATURDA

Tickets at Graham's, Slater's and Wahr's, uptown
Fischer Drug Co. and Goodyear Drug Co., downtown

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