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T"E MICHTGAN DAILY

IfLETICS

nhysical educa-
- lly interest thej
Dnventi*o~n of the
rs' club will be
omorrow after-,
ock Friday aft-I

Tickets for the sophomore movie
are on~ sale in University hall, the Li-
brary, and at Graham's bookstores.
They may also be obtained from the
sophomore women.
The schedule for the, class basketball
games to be held in Bar-
bour gymnasiu~m is as follows:
At 7:30 o'clock this evening,
seniors vs. sophomores, juniors vs.
freshmlen; at 7:30 o'clock Thursday
evening, seniors vs. freshmen. junior~s
vs. sophomores.

meeting tomorrow, Miss Mfar-j
mood, of the department. of
education, will act as cliair-
dicsin of girls' basket-
s. Under the direction of
rman, of Detroit, exhibition
1 games will be used to de-
e the rules. Fouls- will be
(I then explained to the audi-
11 mriembers of the audience
ested to tiring whistles with
ey may call fouls which they
)ained. Two games will be'
ne by high school girls lanf, 1
by college women. The Fri-,
rnoon meeting will consist
ussio~n of womnen's and girls'
Miss Ethel Perrin, of De-
1act as chairman.
id education is receiving spe-
tion in the convention for the
since the department was es-
at Michigan.

All freslme i women who are to 1 oal1 will meet at 4:30 o'clock this aft- J gell hall. Each committee is request-I
urday at .hwAi ,omels lmeetn at atmib3:n3Ba boro'clock to-ed to hav p an r awhioche p aywillywil be given30 o'lo k Friday afternoonv n ri ay ft rn on
z crro v atternt.o, i, t Barbour gymn- Junior Girls' play wgmeen whoa were
abiunm. in the chorus of interfies and nurses! Senior Dents to Visit Detroit
Sopomrewomn hohae mne imedatlytothe tbanem entcoftuNew-s hedental college will go_ to D etroit,:
fo tcktalsfor the movie should berry residence. Itodamy to attend the meeting of the
trnit in to the member of the come- Michigan State Dental society. The
initee romwhomthe orginaly e- roup two of Masques will meet at I dental clinic will be closed during
ceivedl their tickets, or to Jeanne 7 o'lc oih nSrhCselA-terasne
Brxig'gs, clha rran. Elach womnan is heldm oh nSaa awl n-terasne
responsible for every ticket she has
taken.Ne HasElqetoEaeria
All ommiteesfor -thePan lcllen~ic 1e asEo u n o se
EAT ITH ~lEGorgeous Display
'Every Color i is
{UCHFAHON'S RAINBO
6"5 CHURCH,'.e 328 S. MAIN 4

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Betty Balfour
IN
"ME F AND MY GAL"

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TODAY
AND
TOMORROW

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Wyvern. society wvill meet at 7:30Q
o'clock tonight at the Delta Delta.Delta
house.
The corrective gyinasum, classes
which did not meet at 10 and 11 o'clock
!Monday w ill meet at 10O and 11
o'clock today. All other gymnas-
; ma clas'ses will meet as iOsual.

R-*ead The DailyT "Classified"'

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IExtra apparatus practice may be
taken in, gynnuasiun classes from.9 to
ill o'clock this morning.I
Miichigan song b~ooks are still 4e.ingI
sold at both of Graham's bookstore%,a:
part of the proceeds being given to the-
Uniiversity of Michigan League build-
ing fund.

FIRE

'beta .PJi Alpha, soror-
;e at 281: East jUniver-<
bur~ned Monday after-
:housed at numerous
ighut An~n Arbor un-
;tab~lihthemselves in
;ers. -. house'has' been
,ast University avenue.
the semester when it
their former re;;idence

The womnen are unable to re-estab-
lish. themnselves as the iniszrance ad-
justors have 'not yet ar'rived and their.
belongings cannot be moved.
Most of the furniture was saved eX-
cept that on the third floor. Only two
of the women lost all of their be-
longings and the, rest suffered slight
los,-.

NWomen interested in attending the
summer conference of the students' do-
, partment. of the Y. W. G. A. w hich is
to be' held August: 17 to 27 at the col-I
1 lege 'csmp; Lake Geneva, Wis., are re-
quested to consult Dor'othy Bishop, '24,
at. 3 o'clock this afternoon at the Y.
N1 C. A. officee, Newberry hall.
There will be_ a meeting of the
sophon1pre movie committee" at 4:15
o'clock tomorrow in Barbour gymnas-
Sim. All~ members are requested to3
1bring the money and' unsold tickets.
P! Lambda "Theta will meet. at 8
o'clock 'this evening at Betsy BarbourI
House.

yWALL PAPER
s PICTURE FRAMING
U PARCHMENT SHADES,
PARCHMENT SUPPLIES.~
L BRUSHES
.a'
EL'S
~PAINTING AND DJECORATING
-TWO STORES
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Footwear for Easter
and Spring Wear
$7.50
and
Y II ' 4$8.00
In order that the Easter costume may be perfectly com--
plete and that the glance which strays from the carefully
chosen suit or wrap to the dainty silk hose and then 4o
the foot wear may find the, pumps or oxfords in perfect
accord with the other garments, Milady must choose her
L'aster' footwear with unusual care.
Coloni al Pump
Colonial Pumps with Louis heels will be found very
ap~propriate for wear with the new Spring frock and wrap
modes. They may be ha'd in light weight calfskin or in
black satin with the gone underneath the novelty tongue
effect in order to' give the pump that° desired, trim appear-
ance. These pumps are priced $7.509wind $8.00.
Satin Pumps
A black satin one-strap pump with a Junior Louis heel
will prove 'very satisfactcory for general wear.' Such a
pumap may be worn equally well with -semi-dress 'and
street attire. Their fine nu llty and style makes thaen
d'ressy in appearance wilie the Junior heel, matkesthem
suitable for walking .purpos es. The price is, very Mod-
(il'uinFloor$)
1Buy Ticket s for "RACLNW IljI ,A 11T811 rout Sophomore 1Women

ESEL
TAYLOR

KENNETH
HARLAN

LAST
TIME
TODAY

IN

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"THORS and L 1 . BLSO S

LAST TIM ES3 TODAY

TODAY
~ONLY

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THURDAY-RI DY- AURDA
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STA RTING SUNDAY
MARIE PR",EVOST witit
WESLEY BARRY I
ROESr oftileSiTR ET4

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May We Remind You

STARTING TODAY
AND) A AOST OF LITTLE ONES
GET YUR HAT ON---YOU"RECLMI N

SPECIAL FEATURE PHOTOPLAY
The Picture That !bets You At the Very Start andi Holds You
To the Last- Fade Out
t ''l rahypt a h all
Sri amf3i e:;Itue
'Si ardy
Helene NonatrseN
Anders Ran doli
t: Paul Ranzer
} D~ora 'Miller Adams
. ">and the faiuiois Scotcht Collie
"Jean Brovfte"

STAGE ATTRACTION

COMEDY CREATION

Ir

FAREWELL APPE RANCE
of
urO
9and ils ANN ARBOR AVOYITE3

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SYNOP ATED
R E"'N'ADER
In a Whl,aeNew Prr iZ ;am f#'2i]x

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In the Roa ring Burlesque

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"SCHOOL DAYS
NEW AGAIN-A L LE
n ad ii n t th c u a pr g a li.S m W . -wl.the num bers m ost desired by the audience, selected fro~m
all his past shoals.'Paper and pencil and bhallot box
will be found in lobby-jot dlown what youl
want as you come r in. If A DDITWON

DI~nt 4a3' YOU TLA ve to

That the Mst Acceptable Easter- Gift: Is
Whitman 's CG"andie's
Special Wrappings. for Easter. We Deliver by

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