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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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SENIOR SOCIETY
HOLDS INITIATION

Persons having employment for
girls attending summer school or the
fall term and those who will take girls
to work for their room next fall are
asked to register at Dean Jordan's of-
fice as soon as possible.
All lockers must be emptied by noon
on Friday, June 9, without fail. Stu
dents who have had lockers with keys
should bring both their tickets and
keys to Miss Wood. The ticket re-
quires her signature before a refund
can be made for the key at the treas-
urer's office.
Mary A. Griswold, '21, will be the
acting director of Alumnae house dur-
ing thc* summer school term.
Girls who are members of the Girls'
Educational club and desire to be in-
itiated into Pi Lambda Theta are re-
quested to leave fees of $8.50 with Miss
Cameron at the appointment bureau
today. The national and chapter con-
stitutions are also at Miss Cameron's
office and should be copied by each
member in preparation for the coming
examination.

perones icr dances thi
ill be: Union-Mrs. H. W.
.y-Mrs. Ella Heartt.

week
Cake;

There will be a short but important
meeting of the cast of "Pomander
Walk" at 5:15 o'clock Monday after-
noon in Barbour gymnasium. The
schedule for rehearsals will be made
at this time and it Is necessary that
every member of the cast be present
in order that the dates set for re-
hearsals will not conflict with exam-
inations of any members of the cast.
Treasurers of the freshman and
sophomore girls' social committees are
asked to take their accounts to the reg-
istrar's office to be audited, after which
they should be brought to Dean Jor-.
dan's office. All other girls' organiza-
tions are also requested to bring their
treasureI s books to be kept over sum-
mer vacation.
All,.houses or persons having funds
for the Michigan league campaign
must send them to the treasurer of
thescampaign committee, Dorothy Jef-
frey, 836 Tappan road at once. This
money is needed for campaign ex-
penses and will be collected individ-
ually unless paid in this week.
Prof. Bartlett Will Address Nurses
'Mrs. Barbara H. Bartlett, professor
of public health nursing, will give the
commencement address on Jupe 6 at
Hurley hospital in Flint. Mrs. Bart-
lett will also speak, June 16, at Ibe
institute given by the University of
Cincinnati, at Cincinnati,' Ohio.

Initiation of new members to Sen-
ior society Thursday night took the
form of a farewell party in honor of
Dean Myra B. Jordan, who was most
instrumental in organizing the soci-
ety. Mrs. Jordan spoke to the girls
at this time of the need on the cam-
pus for an organization of the char-
acter of Senior society and told of its
development and growth during the
lest few years.
Gilcers for the coming semester
were elected as follows: President
Luella Calliver; vice-president, Dor-
othy Bennetts; secretary, Elizabeth
Hoyt; treasurer, Grace Hunter.
OXFORD MAN TAKES CRISE
TO WORTH CAPE AND ICELAND
Mr. George Jefferson, of Oxford,
England, wil start on June 28 for a
North Cape cruise to the lands of the
"Midnight Sun." The trip, which is
to be made on the steamship Osterley,
will last for 33 days and will include
in addition to the North Cape, Iceland,
the Viking Islands, Hammerfest, Tron-
hjem Bergen and Christiana the Nor-
wegian Fjords and Copenhagen. From
here there. will be excursions to Elsi-
nore, Helsingborg in Sweden and Zee-
brugge in Belgium.
Mr. Jefferson has been asked by the
Raymond and Whitcomb company who
are conducting, the tour to give sev-
eral lectures on board ship concern-
ing the places of interest which the
travellers will see. He will speak on
Iceland and the North Cape Norway
Oxford and the Shakespeare country
and Walks in London. The cruise will
end on July 31 in London.
FACULTY WOMEN'S CLUB TO
HOLD LAWN PARTY MONDAY
Mrs. Joseph L. Markley will be host-
ess to the members of the athletic
section of the Faculty Women's club
at their last meeting which will be a
lawn and garden party to be given at
4:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Markley 1816 Geddes
avenue. Miss Marion 0. Wood, di-
rector of physical education for Uni-
versity women, will be the guest of
honor and will give a short talk on
"Vacation Athletics" at 5 oclock.
Mrs. Ralph H. Curtiss, chairman of
the athletic section of thetFaculty
Women's club, announces that the
'swimming and tennis activities of the
section will continue through this so-
mester.
Engagement of Studets Is Annoim we
Arnouncemert was made yesterday
of the engagement of Marie E McCor.
mar;,, '22, to Wallace A. Gill, '2A
Gill is a member of the Alpha Rho Chi
fraternity.
Is Your Pen Ready for Exams?
RIDER
TlE EN SPECIALIST 30 S. STATE
LAST TIMES TODAY
A First Natonal
Attraction
"The Chil1d
Thou
Gavest Me"
-COMEDY-
NA BARNYARD CAVALIER

3ISS MARY ROSS WILL BE
NEW Y. 11. C. A. SECRETARY
Announcement was made yesterday
that Miss Mary Ross had been se-
cured as the student secretary of the
Y. W. C. A. for next year to succeed
Miss Lucille Litaker who has had that
position during the past year. Miss
Ross has been the student secretary
of the Y. W. C. A. at Northwestern un-
iversity for the past three years. She
is well known in Ann Arbor, having
visited here several times during the
past.year and spoken at various meet-
ings of the Y. W. C. A. Miss Ross is
a graduate of the national Y. W. C. X.
training school'and she has done grad-
uate work in Germany.
Daily-The Summer Michigan Daily,
-Daily.-Adv.

Y. W. C. A. LOAN FUND GWVES
GIRLS VACATIONS AT GEnEVA
Many girls on the campus who
would like to go to the student con-
ference at Lake Geneva this summer
hut do not feel that they can afford
to spend the money, will probably be
glad to hear that the Y. W. C. A. has
a loan fund for this purpose. By
means of this fund girls may borrow
the amount of money necessary to pay
their expenses and they will not be re-
quired to pay it back until after their
graduation. No interest on the money
will be charged. Additional informa-
tion may be secured by calling at New-
berry hall. Registration will be open
until the first of August.
Follow Michigan with The Summer
Michigan Daily.-Adv.

Is Your Pen Ready for Exams?
RIDER
THE PEN SPECIALIST 308 S. STATE

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LAST TMES TONIGHT

SEE WALLY RACE DEATH AND THE
Overland Express Through a Pitch-Black Tunnel!

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middle of an exam.
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Mile-a-minute romance tingling with dare-devil stunts and packed
with fun. Theodore Roberts and Mary MacLaren in the supporting
cast.
SPECIAL ADDED
ANNETTEKELLERMAN
IN-
"HIGH DIVING"
THE QUEEN OF THE WATER BEAUTIFULLY PORTRAYED
BY THE SLOW MOTION CAMERA
*ALSO
"BEWARE OF BLONDES"
Featuring
PERCY AND FERDIE

A delicious combination of

Pineapple Sherbet and French Orange Cream

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OUR WEEK END SPECIAL
"Country Club"

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NEWS

ORCHESTRA

AT THE THEATERS

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STARTING SUNDAY
A play of the light that lies in a woman's eye,
and lies and lies and lies.

TODAY

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ICE CREAM
Is as economical food as you can buy.

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Arcade-"Across the Continet,"
with Wallace Reid, Mary Mac--
Laren, and Theodore Roberts.
Majestic - Dorothy Dalton in
"The Crimson Challenge."
OrpheUni--"The Child Thou Gay-
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Wuerth - Raympnd Hatton in
"Ii8 Bock Against the Wall."

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NEED DIRECTORY TRYOUTS
Those who wish to try out for
the business staff of the Stu-
dents' Directory call Robert E.
Dynent, '239, at 558 after 5:30
o'clhck-in the afternoon.
CARS FOR HIRE
REO five-passenger touring cars, by
,r or day. You drive the car and buy
e gas and oil.
LTRS-$2.oo first hour, $1.50 second;
$15 per day, 12 hours.
(all for reservations. Phone 16.
E. G. HILDNER.
FIRST NATIONAL
BANK
Organized in 1863
3% paid on
Savings Deposits,
Q0dest Nationat Bak in Michigan
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Artists'
Materials
Brushes
Colors and
Varnishes'

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Prepared
Oil Colors
For Artists
In Collapsi-
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All Size
Tubes
And Colors

K atherine Mac Donald
In a picture without-a villain
"THE BEAUTIFUL LIAR"
ONE OF THOSE PICTURES YOU CAN'T HELP BUT LIKE
IT'S SO ROMANTIC
ADDED
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Painting and Decorating
Two Stores
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Phone 84 Phone 1 T71

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