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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

t
against the Sen-
quested to send
tin, 1520 South

ophomores who have
their posture exam-
o so at their earliest

sophomore women having
for the sophomore movie are
ed to turn them in to Marian
11 at Newberry residence im-
31y.
ersons who have been selling
ickets are asked to turn in the
and remaining tickets immedi-
Mary J. Lawson so that a re-
the sales may be made.
reliminaries in all sports should
hed up this week if possible.
llation of all officers for the
's league for next year will take
t 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
ah Caswell Angell hall. Im-
ely following the installation
ill be an election of class com-
iand chairman,
reasurers of the freshman and
.ore girls' social committees are
o take their accounts to the reg-
office to be audited, after which
iould be brought to Dean Jor-
filce. All other girls' organiza-
re also requested to bring their
er's books to be kept over sum-
cation.
.ouses or persons having funds
* Michigan league campaign
;end them to the treasurer of
npaign committee, Dorothy Jef-
36 Tappan road at once. This
is needed for campaign ex-
and will be collected ind Id-
nless paid in this week.

Members of the Ann Arbor group
of the American Association of Univer-
sity Women will hold their annual
business meeting at 11 o'clock Satur-
day morning at the home of Mrs. Jos-
eph A. Bursley, 2107 Hill street. There
will be a picnic luncheon previous to
the regular meeting.
The freshman-junior baseball game
will be played at 5 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon.
The first practice for the May-pole
dances will be held at 4:30 o'clock
this afternoon, the second at ;4:45
o'clock tomorrow afternoon,Iand the
third on Monday, May 29. It is very
necessary that all girls be present at
all practices.
Members of the Senior Girls' -play
cast and committee who aregoing to
Whitemore lake for thew party will
meet at 5:30 o'clock this afternoon'
at Barbour gymnasium. Cars will be
provided for transportation.
The Girls' Educational club will
hold its initiation of new members at
8 o'clock tomorrow evening. Seniors
are requested-to wear their caps and
gowns.
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. ...... ........ ....

SIGMA DELTA PHI
TO INITIATE 14
Sigma Delta Phi, honorary orator-
ical society, will hold its initiation at
5 o'clock Thursday afternoon at Fost-
er's tea room. The following people
'will be initiated: Portia Goulder,
'24, Celma Simonson, '23, Lucile Welty,
'23, Blanche Kynast, '23, Louise Gra-
ham, '23, Ann Mushken, '23, Ruth
'Werkheiser, '23, Mary Ives, '23, Velma
Lee Carter, '24, Ruth Sutherland, '24,
Shirley Salisbury, '24, Elsie Townsend,
'22, Olive Lockwood, '22, and Mattie
Proudfoot, '23.

HOUSES HEAR SEEENADE BY
FRESHMAN GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Folksongs, college songs and pop-
ular melodies were sung to the girls
of University rooming houses last eve-
nimng by the Freshman Girls' Glee club.
The members went from house to
house on a truck. They serenaded
President Marion L. Burton and Mrs.
Burton, Dean Myra B. Jordan, ex-Pres-
ident Harry B. Hutchins, Helen New-
berry and Betsy Barbour dormitories,
AdeliaCheever house, and various
sororities.
Have your silk and organdie gowns
as well as your exclusive gowns, made
at the Mode Shop, 711 N. University
Ave.-Adv.
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LET US PLAY THEM FOR YOU'

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AT THE THEATERS

June Records Have Arriv

Teasin'
On the Almo
Every Day
Rosy Posy
By the Sapphire Sea
Sing Song Man
Jimmy
Dinny Danny
Do It Again
Lovey Dove
Put and Take
Moanful Blues
Stars
Thrills
Opera Reel
Rickett's Hornpipe

S . . Paul Biese's Orchestra
Paul Biese's Orchestra
S . Ted Lewis and His Band
Ted Lewis and His Band
The Columbians
. . . The Happy Six
S . . . The Columbians
Ray Miller and His Orchestra
Ray Miller and His Orchestra
Ray Miller and His Orchestra
Jonnie Dunn's Original Jazz Hounds
Jonnie Dunn's Original Jazz Hounds
Accordion Solo
Accordion Solo
S . . . . Fiddle Solo
S . . . . Fiddle Solo

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Arcade-Bert Lytell
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with entire "Humoresque"
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Wuerth -- "Dangerous Curve
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