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sary that all girls who are to receive
awards be present, for they must be
there in person to accept them. They
are not given otherwise.

Is IR W 1 -
have been selling
asked to turn in the
ing tickets immedi-
awson so that a re-
iay be made.

I sports should
if possible.

11 offi

cers for the
rear will take
is afternoon
[1 hall. Im-
installation
of class com-j

freshman

and
3are

aft

,aniza-
g their
r sum-

having funds
ue campaign
treasurer of
Dorothy ef-
A once, This

Wednesday night, May 31, will again
mark the passing on of classes in the
annual Lantern night ceremonies in
which all the girl of the University
will take part.
The old tradition, revived in 1919
after a lapse of five. years, symbolizes
the passing on of their torches by the
senior women to the girls of the jun-
ior class. The seniors, in their caps
and gowns, lead the march to the tune
of the Lantern night song, and are fol-
lowed by the other classes who com-
plete the march by forming in an "M"
back of the seniors. The seniors then
give their lanterns to the juniors di--
rectly in back of them, changing places
with them in the line as they do so.-
The ceremony is completed with the
singing of "The Yellow and Blue."
As has been the custom in the first.
three years, the annual Field day ex-
ercises will be held in the afternoon
before the Lantern night ceremony.
At 5 o'clock the final events in ,all
class sports will be played off. Then
a picnic supper will be held, which is
usually attended by the girls in groups
from their respective houses. Each
house brings its own lunch, and after
supper, the interval beforeadark is
taken up with the singing of house
songs by the various groups.
Before the Lantern night ceremony
begins, the awards will be gien to the
girls who have won honor points in
the Women's Athletic association.
These will be presented by the presi-
dent of the lassociation. It is neces-
Attention,!
FRATERNITIES
SORORITIES-
HOUSE GLUPS
or anyone else who has furni-
tore to be repaired or new
pieces to be constructed!
OuT equipment and worlpnen
insure you of the most satisfac-
tory ervice.
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NEW "Y" CABINET DISCUSSES
WORK WITH OLD CABINET
Because of the rainy weather yester-
day afternoon, the me~ting of the old
and new cabinets of the Y. W. C. A.
which was to have taken the form of
a picnic supper up at the Island, was
held at Newberry hall. Discussion this
] ADVISERS TO BE LISTED
I Men wighinr to nv o.t_

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ieuw~s ng Lo serve as up-
perclass advisers next year are
requested to fill out the enclos-
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or hand in at the main desk
immediately.
I desire to serve as an up-
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Majestic-"The Good Provider,"
with entire "Humoresque"
cast.
Orpheum-"Golden Gallows."
Wuerth-'Come on Over," by
Rupert Hughes, and Snub Pol-
lard comedy.

WAWANTED
Limited number of college men to enter training c
in the selling of Dodge Brothers' Motor Vehic
Detroit, during which time we will pay a salary
commission. See Wm. Peach or O'Dea for appoini
THOMAS J. DOYLE, Dealer
4462 Woodward Ave.
DETROIT
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time was on the work of the various
committees in the Y. W. C. A. and in
connection with this Neva Lovewell,
'22, spoke on the responsibility of the
chairman to her committee.
Daily Want Ads Pay.--Adv.
is Your Pen Ready for Exams?
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LANDER
FOR
LOWERS
Phone 294-F2 Phone 294-Fl
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Cthe Ann Arbor ,group
1 Association of Univer-
ill hold their annual
ig at 11 o'clock Satur-
the home of Mrs. Jos-
2107 Hill street. There
luncheon previous to
eting.
s-junior baseball game
d at 5 o'clock this

These Picnic Lunc

suitable if

you are hi

or autoing

lore women who still have
3m the movie are requested to
m to the sophomore meeting
100I.
3 having employment forh
nding sunmer school or the
and those who will take girls
for their room next fall are
register at Dean Jordan's of-

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INSURE YOURS BY CONSTANT USE
OF THE BEST AND PUREST GRADE
OF MILK AND CREAM

TO INSURE PROMPT
please phone your order an hour or
You can phone us Sunday mornings.

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my rifle
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PHONE 881-W

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This little witch is al-
ways giving advice to tbhe
boys. She wants tlem to
promote thei friendshlbs
and to get 'along well in
their love affairs. She
knows the value of anLy
ifts and seeks 'Q.mpress
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that is why s e keeps
talking about it.
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