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All sophomore girls who wish to be(
.nior advisers next year and who
ere unable to attend the meeting last
hursday are asked to call Elizabeth
arson at 1343-M.
Persons having employment for
rls attending summer, school or the
,11 term and those who will take girls
work for their room next fall are
ked to register at Dean Jordan's of-
ce as soon as possible.
All lockers must 'be emptied by noon
i Friday, June 9, without fail. Stu-
mts who have had lockers with keys
iould bring both their tickets and
eys to Miss Wood. The ticket re-
Wres her signature before a refund
in be made for the key at the treas-
rer's office.
Girls who are members of the Girls'
ducational clit aand desire to be in-
jated into Pi Lambda Theta are re-
uested to leave fees of $8.50 with Miss
atieron at .he appointment burea:
nday. Thenationaltandschapter con-
itutions are also at Miss Cameron's'
ice ,and should be copied by each
iember in preparation for the coming
xamination.
There will be a short but iinportant
.eting of the cast of "Pomander
TalV' at 5:15 o'clock Monday after-
oon it Barbour gymnasium. The
chedule for rehersa1s will be made
t this time and It ii iecessarv that
very member of the cast be presont
i order that the dates set for re-
oarsals will not conflict with exain-
aatiols of any members of the cast.
Treasurers of the freshman and
ophomore girls' social committees are
sked to take their accounts to the reg-
Atra"s office to be audited, after which
W silun4W be brought to Dean Jor-
ans officea. Ali oth,- girls' organiza-
.ons are also requested to bring their
reasurer's books to be kept over sum-
aer vacation.
All houses or persons having funds
or the Michigan league campaign
gust send them to the treasurer of
eO fgrpaign committee, Dorothy Jef-
r Iey 8 Tappan~ road at once. This
honey is needed fr campaign ex-
enses and will be collected individ-
,ally unless paid in this week.

THE MICiGAN bAILY
59 and should be accompanied by, a self BASEBALL TOURNAMENT ENDS
Tddressed and stamped envelope. Tick- IN VICTORY FOR KAPPA DELTA
ets will be on sale at Graham's book-
store beginning next Friday and at Kappa Delta defeated Gamma Phi
Alumni Memorial hall during com- Beta by a score of 7 to 0 in the chain-
mencement week. Tickets for the first pionship game of the interhouse base-
floor will be priced at $1 and $1.50 and ball league, played at 7 o'clock Friday
annual senior tickets for the balcony will be priced morning. This is the second consecu-
repeated at 8 at 75 cents, $1, and $1.50. tive year in which the Kappa Deltas.
une 16, at the - have won the campus baseball cham-
performance is CORRECTION pionship in the annual series of games
ance with the . between the various sororities and
ncr iths the Announcement made in yesterday's irls' houses.
week and with issue of The Daily of the engagement Other runners up for the cham-
senior women of Marie E. McCormack, '22, to Wal- <pionship were Alpha Phi and Sorosis,
lace A. Gill, '23A, is erroneous, who stayed in the race until the semi-

"Pomander Walk," the
Girls' play, will be r
o'clock Friday night, Ji
Whitney theater. This p
being given in accorda
custom of giving the Sen
during commencement v
the decision made by
early ini the semester.

'fnal round, when they were defoated
-by Kappa Delta and Gaminl Phi Beta
respectively.
MAGAZINE GIVES RECORD OF
WOMEN'S POLITICAL HISTORY
For those to whom the subject of
good citizenship and women's respon-
sibility in political affairs is of inter-
.est, the Woman Citizen, a magazine
founded by Lucy Stone, one of the
most influential of the agitators for
women's suffrage, will be of consid-
erable use as a record of women's pol-

itical history.
Contributing editors to the public
tion are Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt an
Alice Stone Blackwell, women wh
have been prominent in the advanc
ment of the cause of women's sue
rage. The editors of the magazine ar
offering a three months summer sul
scription for 50 cents, which may 1
obtained by sending to 171 Madisc
avenue, New York City.
Let the Students Transfer Co. hai
your trunks to the depot. Phon
1217-J.-Adv.

Since members of the cast and com-
'mittee will have considerable 1respon-
sibility it is necessary that every sen-
ior woman co-operate in every way
possible in giving the play.
The getting of the play is in Eng-
land during the time of George III
and the scenery and costumes carry
out the idea of that period. The play
is a comedy written by Louis Parker,
and centers about the residents of
"Pomander Walk," a quiet spot with
customs that are quaint, and people
that are. unusually neighborly.
Therplay is being diected by Prof.
John L. Brumnr whp has successfully
directed the Junior and Senior Girls'
plays for a number of years. The
entire cast is composed of women who
have shown ability in other campus
dramatical productions.
Mail orders for tickets may be sentl
to Mildred Chase, 1 Thppan Road,

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The pen that won't run dry or balk in the
middle of an exam.
RIDER'S PEN SHOPS
308 S. STATE
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SPECIAL MID-SEASON OFFERING
We have a quantity of popular Summer Furs which we are now
selling at reduced prices.
This is also the time and place to have your Furs repaired
and mode over.

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ZWERDLING'S
LADIES' TAILORING & FUR SHOP
Zwerdling Bldg., 213-219 E. Liberty Street
Established 1904

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The clickety-click-click of the typewriter and the jaw aches of chewing gum
fade before the flaming glare of the spotlight. From early subway jams to
late limousine rides; from one-arm lunch rooms to luxurious hotels,
KATHERINE MacDONALD
"THE BEAUTIFUL LIAR"
A COMEDY DRAMA WITH A ROMANTIC PUNCH

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pjeasant}taste.

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reade-- Katherine MacDonald
in "A TBeautiful Liar."
ajeste --"Reported Missing."
rpheum - "The Way Women
Love."
Vuerth-"The Prodigal Judge,"
with an 11-star cast.j
SUMMER WORK
ANN ARBOR
lealthy, out-of-doors, muscle-
building employment.
THE ANN ARBOR
ASPHALT CONSTRUCTION
COMPANY
rants workmen on paving, house
uilding, etc. We will establish
camp and furnish sleeping,
uarters free. Also board at
wtual 'cost.
221 FELCH ST.

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The American Beauty
playing two entirely

Just enough "Scotch"
about it to have a kick

different parts
same picture.

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best policy but it was
good business sense to
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A picture without a
villain

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SPECIAL ADDED
QUOTH FRIEND OSTRICH: "NEVER MORE."
Mac Sennett

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TLT THE CAST
A W D I :*jttHelen Haynes ..................... Katherine MacDosafd
Elsie Parmelee .... .... ....Katherine MacDomuald
U M U 1 E Bobby Bates .. . .. . . . .. .. ........ Charles Meredith
" ' Ju"d MacGregor............................KJoseph J, Dywlng
LJVCLT' A M1LQ Mrs.Van Courtlandt-Van Astyn................Kate Lester
IT' A IRDOF COEDYGaston Allegretti........................... Wilfredt Lucas

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MATINEE
25c 9 5c,
EVENING
25c - 35ec
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FLOOR SANDING
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'raternity, Sorority, and
Large Halls
New and Old Floors

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"QUESTIO.N OF HONOR" "BURN 'EM UP BARNES "
Featuring - Featwin g-
ANITA ST EWART JOHNNY H:INES

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