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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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IESTIC MOXIE WILL
BENEFIT 1EAGUE FUNDl

Tickets for "A Bachelor Daddy," the
picture now showing at the Majestic
theater, are being sold by sophomore
women for the benefit of the Michigan
league campaign fund. No additional
charge is made, the regular 35cent
price being observed, but a per cent
on all tiskets sold outside of the the-
ater box oflice is given to the fund.
These tickets are good for any per-
formance as long as the picture is
here.
A special attraction of Hawaiian
music will be furnished at the matinee
perfornmance this afternoon when
Tang and Traveres, the two Hawai-
ians who took part in the Michigan
Union opera, "Make It For Two," will
give some native musical selections.
The tickets are on sale at the book
stores, at a table in the Arcade, in
University hall, and the Library, and
may also be obtained from all sopho-
more women..
WOMEN PLAN NEW
WAY TO GET FUNDS
All University women who live in
Ann Arbor will discuss plans for
launching a campaign to raise funds
for the Michigan league at their meet-
ing at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon in
Newberry hall. The plan for raising
funds will be explained by John
Blocki of the Blocki and Son Toilet
Article company. This company has
established specialty shops all over
the United States and will open one
In. Ann Arbor at 115 North Thayer
street.
By way of advertising, these shops
sell certificates for $1.00 which en-
ttles the holder to a 20, per cent dis-
count on all purchases at any of their
shops for one year. The club of Ann
Arbor University of Michigan women
has decided to take up the scale of
these certificates which will realize a
large amount for the Michigan leauge
campaign fund.
The Blocki and Son shops make a
specialty of giving expert advice as to
Individual needs in toilet articles and
supply a booklet of such information
to each purchaser of a certificate.
Complete plans will be explained to
the women this afternoon and the
committee in charge .is anxious that
all Unliversity women who live in
Ann Arbor will attend the meeting and
co-operate in this effort.
ID-VICTORIAN "FLAPPERS"
(Continued from Page Two)
their oats, and the mouths of the
moralists ran with verjuice. In 1968
or earlier the sons of thunder will
laud the impeccable, modest girls of
1922, as Dante did the virtues of
antique Florence, and. smite the
inluxes of the time.
Even i we could go bac to Mid-
Sumnerian, Early Accadian or Paulo-
post Hittite glories, we should hear
much the same whine. .Unshaken by
any present discontents, the philos-
opher will hold that this mellow old
world is not only as pood as it ever
was, but a mighty good deal better
and yet essentially the same, and he
will repeat reverently the high saying
of Mr. Turveydrop: "0 woman, wo-
man, what a sex you are!"
Coming Events
May 20-May Festival.
May 22-Northwestern tennis match.
Illinois golf match.
May 23-Serenade (Girls' Glee club,
Fresh).
May 25-First Senior Sing.
May 25-High school editors' conven-
tion,
May 26-Cap Night.
Architects' Ball
May 27-Chicago baseball game.
May 29-Wisconsin baseball game.
Chjcago golf match.
May 31-Lj.antern Night.
June 2-0. S. U. baseball game.

Last day of classes.
Any additions or corrections to the
above should be mailed to the Calen-
dar Editor of The Daily.
I .
AT THE THEATERS
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! TODAY I
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Arcade--JacMe Coogan in "My
Boy."
Majestic - Thomas Meighan In
"A 3achelor Daddy."
J Orpheum-"Smiles are Trumps," '
with Lefty Flynn.
I W uerth - Marie Prevost in "A'
' Dangerous Little Demon."

All sophomore girls wishing addi-
tional movie tickets call student office
at Helen Newberry residence,
Any girls who are planning to be
here for summer school and would be
interested in helping carry on the
Michigan league campaign during that
time are asked to call Neva Lovewell,
22, at Martha Cook.
There will .e a 10 honor point hike
for all girls interested at 9 o'clock
this morning. The party will
leave from Barbour gymnasium
pro{mptly at this hour.
A May Festival breakfast will be
served by the Y. W. C. A. at 9 o'clock
this morning at Barbour gymnas-
ium.
Anyone having bills against the Sen-
ior Girl's play is requested to send
them to Harriet Gustin, 1520 South
University avenue.
Chaperones for dances over the week
end are: Union-Mrs. H. B.' Lazell;
Armory-Mrs. H. W. Cake.
Freshmen and sophoncres who have
not signed up for their posture exam-
inations should do so at their earliest
convenience.
All University women who live in
Ann Arbor will meet. at 2:30 o'clock
this afternoon at Newberry hall
for the purpose of considering a, pro-
position to raise money for the benefit
of the Michigan league campaign fund.
All sophomore girls having unsold
tickets for the sophomore movie are
requested to turn them in to Marian
Wicksall at Newberry residence im-
mediately.
The first practice of the May-pole
dances will be held at 4:30 o'clock on
Wednesday, May 24, the second at 4:45
o'clock on Thursday, May 25, and the
third on Monday May 29.
All women of the University and
townspeople are invited to attend the
Sorosis lawn fete which is to be given'
this evening from 8 to 11:30 o'clock
at the sorority house. In case of rain
the affair will be given in Barbour
gymnasium.

Wa ABE lICrn EGH IBENEKER ADDRESSES rIubiP
JOURNALISM CLASS hme
CODIIP DCCUR I TIKnow--in

Fll/ID JOULUALL I [LHIil
Class teams have been chosen in
baseball and horseshoe pitching, and
practices for the final games will be-
gin at once.
The girls chosen in baseball are as
follows: Freshman team- pitchers,
M. Howell, A. Sherer, D. Davis;
catcher, L. Phiel; first base, M. Mur-
phy; second base, M. Miller; third
base, A. Ladd; shortstops, E. Ohl-
macher, B. Garber; center field, D.
Mcl+'ay; right field, D. McFarlen; left
fild, F. Murray; squad, M. Barnum,
V. Cronin, 11. Gustine, E. Kadow, E.'
Schreibher. SrphoIore team-pitch-
ers, 1). Bogan, M. Willis; catcher, W.
C(raigie; first base, M. Hays; second
Base, L. Miller; third base, M. Early,
M. Munz; shortstop, P. Gallagher;
center field, J. Raum; right field, D.
Rockwell; left field, D. Rippold;
squad, D. Maitland, P. Dell, E. Pike, L.
Walker. Junior team - pitcher, C.
Johnson; catcher, H. Miller; first
base, K. Potter; second base, G. Fry;
third base, M. Dodd; shortstops, W.
Wilmot, B. Kahn; center field, D.
Klooz; right field, J. Roe; left field,
G. Church.
The juniors will hold their first
practice at 4:45 o'clock on Monday
afternoon, and the sophomores and
freshmen will practice at 4 o'clok on
the same afternoon. Both teams and
squads must be present at all prac-
tices.
Teams in horseshoe pitching are as
follows: Sophomore team-K. Cole,
M. Kolb, M. Moore; substitute, R. Bli-
ton; freshman team-F. -Fuller, L.
Lake, E. Mallory; substitute, E. Dom-
bey. The first game will be played at
5 o'clock on Tuesday, May 23. There
are two games scheduled for field
day, May 31. It is very important that
all girls be present at all games.
Detroit Philosopher is in City
Rev. John McClorey, S. J., professor
of philosophy at the University of De-
-troit, and one of the ablest pulpit ora-
tors of the state, will conduct a three-
day annual retreat for Catholic stu-
dents, beginning at 7:30 tonight in the
chapel.
Watch for the Pink Sheet!

Mr. G. A. Beneker, well known art-
ist and writer, addressed a Journal-
ism class informally yesterday morn-
ing in the auditorium of University
hall. Mr. Beneker spoke on "The
Appreciation of Art" and in discussing
this subject said that whether a thing
is art or not is merely a matter of
time. He implied that we of this gen-
eration are unable to judge the value
of contemporary art.
"The true artist does not look at
art-he looks through it and beyond
it," stated Mr. Ileneker. "We may all
be artists in our particular line of
work. The finest degree of art de-
pends on the degree in which the
artist may enter into the spirit of the
thing which he has to do."
Nature in its simplest form is the
artist's source of inspiration accord-
ing to Mr. Beneker, and he says the
purpose of art is to reveal man to
himself.

custom

(arden ow ina Full Bloom flower lovers to visit the floe
tulip garden of JProfessor den at his home,' No. 3
of the French department, is Heights.
full ibloom. According to his
Mr. Thieme is permitting Watch for the Pink Sheet!

Hardware

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Seasonable Goods for All Seasons
Our MOTTO is
COURTESY and FAIR DEALING
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SUMMER LCICHIGAN DAILY
Students attending Summer
school wishing to work on the
business side of The Summer
Michigan Daily, are asked to see
the business manager any after-
noon, this week from 3 to 4
o'clock in the Press building.

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ADVISERS TO BE LISTED
Men wishing to serve as up-
perclass advisers next year are
requested to fill out the enclos-
ed coupon and mail to the Union
or hand in at the main desk
immediately.
I desire to serve as an up-
perclass adviser next year.
Name....................
Address..................
Class....................
Department................
Phone No................

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Oxfords

Oxfords for
Street, Sport, or

Golf

We have a large line to select from, made of
smoked elk, with brown saddles, moderately
priced.

$6a0O, $150 AND $9.00

WAHR'S SHOE STORE

DOWN TOWN

108 SOUTH MAIN ST.

PissAUMMIO

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Special Sale of
ftme. Ise' Bell 's Toilet Prepartions
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Three Day Sale Three Day Sale
SHalf Reular Prices
Think what this means - a reduction of 50c on the dollar - just one-half
the regular price,- on a world-famous line of toilet preparations whose qual-
ity has always far exceeded the purchase price. Never before have we been
able to announce the sale of such values to women who wish to preserve their
beauty, to acquire new charms and loveliness.
The sale starts Monday and includes delicate perfumes, fragrant toilet water,
face powders, face creams, talcum powder, and other toilet preparations. Take
advantage of this opportunity and buy enough toilet articles to last the sum-
mer through. Come early!
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The ability to hit in a pinch
when hits mean runs has
earned many a man his po-
sition on a baseball team.
Start now setting aside a por-
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account here which later in
life will "pinch hit" for you while
you enjoy watching the game from a
grandstand seat,
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101-105 South Main Street
330 South State St. (Nickles Arcade)
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