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"Adam's
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G~ive Foreig'n Trade II Contrary to previous notice, collars
f for senior gowns will not be sold at"
Position To Womam Q one Mack and company's but will1 be onI
oM en' sale from 11 to 12 o'clock a;nd from
ale . 2 to 4 o'clock today and tomrow
- at the league booth in University'hai
ne- Senior Caps and gowns will be ready
for dlstributionto tday at Mack's - Women interested in Gir'l eseryc
store, leadership who wecre uoablt to atdi!;
em ~the first meeting 'Thursday n>ight mayl
Lty ~ ~ ~ ~~~ Athena Literary society will hold itsenrthcosele.
.he I last open meeting at 7':30 o'clock this
evening in the Alpha Nu room of There will be a mootinig of the c h-
ndj university hall. The subject-fTor dWiga NwDaryesiat8ecloktoi.ti
c ussion will be "That" the Pir:Sid: itnewer+esdne
, :..:";, ~~~Shall b lce by Direct Vote.." All DwJa ~mlo ilb
0wom. ersan invireted to becomingme- to University women from 4 to 6
ber ae nviedtoattend. o'clock this afternoon at her re:7idence,
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:...~ M NW SHOWING
I Fr.JshieGHamn'The distinction of being, the. first 117TOO 1000 YEARS TO~~a oeigg ntad cmzs
sion work for the United States gov-j MAKE A FLAPPER
Ieminment abroad belongs to Mrs. Jo-
1sephine Hamnond, foreign trade secre- uWhnheWsid-OyZ
tary' of the Cleveland Chamber of Coin-! '
m rerce. Mrs. Hammnond has been ap-
pointed to the Peking office. of the s
department of commerce. Her official
Ititle will be disbursinb officer for the.
'IoCinma force of the bureau of fore-ign
an oetccommr:erce. D-
I;Along with her work at Peking, Mrs. ' --"°- uxurious production that strips
Hlammond will study commercial re- - the jazzy tinsel off the modern
sacand the preparation of surveys: flapper and shows whvlat she'sj
(, trade opportunities for American!
fim.She believes China holds big," realy adeof
I opportunities for America:. Besides a i
Ion. Mrs. Hammond has great interest
E'in it because it is, a start on a long_
contemplated world tour.h The IDangerous Age for Women
IIE UEILiJ)UES SELL FROST From 3 to 70
[ BIES A JUNOR ~RI2SPLAYThey Never Emerge froni ft!
11Frost Bites will be sold between tlic ___Tice oldest. thing lit tlie orldi-ut2°an
acts of the-Junior Girl's Play for the A pi c-i rae yDelflei
1 benefit of the Women's'League. Adams sio- teedbIeMlean:
1house will have charge at the Wednes - _wyta wl aeYoustap~
Iday evening perfozrmrance, McClintoi" ak ntie
house on Thursday, Waterman houri________________________
Ion Friday, and Rock house at the Milton Sills
I urday matine. Virginia Rice, '24, i
2general chairman. MitnSil liott Dexter
f , Theodore Kosloff
Anna Q.'Nilsson Pauline Garon
and ~~~~~~~~~And a Great Big ,I y-Ccl .D il atN
ln PRESSING $1TIOA5O
Have it JADDTO

122 Hill street.
There will be a dress
the Junior Girls' Play at
theat.er this evening.

rehearsal ofl
the Whitneyi

'Comm,-ittees for the Pan-H ellenic
b all will meet at 4:15 o'clock t his aft-
ernoon at the Gamma Phil Reta house.
Mortarboard will meet at 3 o'clock
this afternoon in the basement of Bar-
bour gyminasium.
Michigan song books are being solda
Try Our Bustaess Men's Lunch
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OEPARKpyTERR'S 1
SPE'iIAL11 SI- DAY DINNE R
Kenniedy's Orchestra
11:30 - 4:00
CorunWell Coal Bldg.
TOLE--ANN ARBA BS
DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAY
L. Toledto 7:00' 10:00 2:00 5:00
&~rr. A. A. 9:35 12:35 4:35 7:35
GoIng South
Gv. A. AX 7:00 10:00 2:00 5:00
Ar. Toledlo 9:35 12:35 4:35 7:35
EASTERN TIME
Sr x; ,'DAY S A.ND HOLIDAYS
Toijg f frth A. M. P. H.
CLv. Toled\o 8:00 11:00 5:30
" r. A. A. 10:35 1:35 8:00
S~on ia oth
Lv. A%-A. F:00. 11:00 8:30
Ar. Tol. 10G:325 1"35 11:05
Cars Leave' Court (louse }

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W omen's league. clay's Dily as
night.
Cabot lo GIve Lecture -
Dean Hlugh Cabot of the 11edicaa If you don't]
school will deliver a public lecture at the article, nevei
8:00 uo'ck ton ightit n Natural Science sified Ad" will f

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at both of the Graf
during the month of
th+ie proceeds being

SAMPLES a
Permatnently on Display a
GUJY WOOLgF OLD. & CO.
.1 South Stoto Str'eet
Ann Arbor. l!ilehigan
Designed by

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,netted to

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WHITEHOUSE & 'HARDY
v~coaPvRurgo
BROADWAY A-r40"STPFET 144 WEST 42NDS7REET
MZT-'OumIIOU-rN MA1!WASE SLUG, kICKERBOCKEL BuIL ING
NEW YORK

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W. Griffith's "Way
" with Lilliwn Gish
,d B3arthlemess.

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'th- The MYarriage Chance,!'
th Alta Allen and Milton
Is; comedy, Larry Semon
"The Agent."

TODAY
ONLY

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ONLY

Stage-Thi~s Week

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(D'eroit)-"Tihe Spring-
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IT' OME AR fll'Aw O U I'LL SAY

Shubert - ldihig-an~ (Detroit)-
Bonstelle company in "Span-
ish Love."
$1.DCLEANING

~AND.

{ Wil Kiss Everyr Ol1d Maid in

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I Will Present Every Bald-IHeaded
Man with a Toupee

Ann Arbor

We Call
for ad
Deliver

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PRESS RS.

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Coming Friday
WITHIN"
.'ict,)r Sciertzing~r
PRODUCTION
"DOLIJARPVEVILS"1
ith All SI4r Cast

y (''.{ A, q - ermaid .Comedy
AlI~EN TI~ CNCER ORUI ES

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I il Buy Judge Thomas
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One per cent oI: the Audience tonight' can truthfully say that they did not enjoy this show.
Not even grouches cr dyspeptics arc barred!
Signed, G.W.V (The Press Agent)

2-MOREF

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(I E;uarantee to stand in the lobby
of the theatre every show to fulfill
ths statemeont if necessary.)

We do all kinds of P'Yle r;

The Show Is

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THE STAGE ENTERTAINERS INCOMPARABLE

TD 1H1S

'OUR EASTER GLOVES
correctly gloved and well gloved by buying gloves at the
y Store. Money-saving opportunities of great importance.
~the celebrated "Fownes' gloves, Discxiiminating women
misses know the excellence of these famous gloves..
$1.W), 1.50 PAIR.

50 Yards Plain Chambray Gingham
600 Yards Soft Bleached Muslin
1,000 Yards Unbicached Sheeting
800 ya rds Curtain Scrim
One'bi lot of yard goods grouped together at ocne :price. Th-e
quality of these materials is far bgetter than you could expect
to get at this price under ordinary circumstances. iiJftnyrd otecsomr ad.12'c
Easter Slilk Hosiery
To match your shoes in all ;the, New Spring Shades,
~$1.00, $1.50, $2.00 pair
-111THERS-To make your Gingham s into the Itrettiest frocks, eL
wn--a the new 'McCall Printed Pattorn.

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Mr. Sinions is the composer of "JUtS't' LIKE A GYPSY," "REMEMBEIR THE ROSE," "NIGHT" an
score of other hits, as well as the creator of the Music for "HIER- FAMILY TREE," a Nor'a Byes
cIss; the Elsie Janis Review, and a number of Broadway's Musical Triumphs.
MUSKC AS NEVER BFORE HEARD-ENTERTAINMENT CE ILUXE
Aft %AND ON THE SCREN.,
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FOWNES KID GLO'ES, SPRING, SHADES
a $1.50,$2.00 PAIR
$1.40 CHAXIOISETTE GLOVES, $1.00 ]PAIR
F,01W-NES TWO-CLASPIi ID GLOVES, SMALL SIZES
$1,00 PAIR .

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Beautiful Easter Neckwear
And prettier neckwear ,was never brought to _Ann Arbor.
Scores of charming effects-and priced very, reasonably.

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FEAT ERS

'THIS WNEEK A BEAUTIFUL VARIETY OF NE WSPRINVG
Dre sses For Easter Wear

Evenings e ALL SEATS
7 :00 -

_5C1a lMies
50c Daily

2 *O( Balcon~y lac
3,';b INC~uDES

A~a n Floor = e

WM~4ING WEX)NESDAY

Exceptionally Low-Priced at

$1,50009 $19.00, $.2500;0

.THEN he' spied Betty, in
her silky one-piece, frisk-
in g on the beach at Waikiki-
When he saw her do the Hula-
Hula-No wonder the young
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".LYCNif
BETTY ie CfioWef
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