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THE MICHIGAN DAI

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i. of all cap-
the class bhas-
held at 11:30
the director's

If a man loses heis money he loses a lot-
If he loses his friends he loses, a lot more-
But if he loses his courage he loses everythi. 1.

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invited to attend a tea
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its for the Senior Girls ' play
held fromi.'4 to 6 o'clock on
Tuesday, W"ednesday, and
ay in Sarah Caswell Angell
Vomen who do not care to try
are requested to repor t at 4
Monday for commnittee ivorh,
etiC dancing classes will be
Wednesday and Thursday of
ek instead of oni Monday and
day as usual.
four of Masques wFill me:a1,
k Tu esday at Barbour gym-

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IIIN MEET TODAY FOR
TRAPiTIONAL LUNCHEO N,
ikeeping with a tradition of many
rs, the Mlichigan Women's Annual
::loon will be held at 12:30 o'-
:k today at xarbour gymnasium. It
been a custom for many years for
anquet of ,this kind to be held at
time of the Schoolmaster's cona--
ion, as this is the time when the,
test number of alumnae ar~e able
ttend.
Members of each class have been
d to sit together, special tables
g reserved for them. 'Aluae
guests will also occupy reserved
s. Decorations have been arrawg-F
for each table, the novelty favors
g of different kinds for each class.
avers for decorative purposes have
idonated by various florists of
city.
fllowing the luncheon, a prozra:
ddresses, miusic and special atttrac-
swill be presented. 1Beatrice
pbell, '23, is toastr istress for the
Lsion.
90IJES SO Suo ,nil IN
PLAY AT LEAGUJE PARZTV
wy Lady Dreams", a one-act play
Eugene Pillot, which was given;
.erday at the Womenr's League pat.
'a s well received by a fairly lax 'e
ence. Isabelle Waterworth, '24,
' took the leading role of My Lwldj
[se Barley, '25, as the Little 04'
y' and Cornelia Shepherd, '25,as
Other Woman were the ether out-
ding characters.
he play was directed by Rhea
faak, '24, with Charlotte Harrison,
assisting.
medy Club Play Tickets, on Sal,-
ening its advance ticket sale at'
clock this mnorning in I'Iill audi-
im box office, Comedy club will
seats for its annual play, "Mr.
Passes By," to be given at the
ney theater Wednesdlay nig;ht
office will be open from 9 to 32
ck and from 2 to 5 o'clock. Ad!-
;ion will range in price from 7-5
9 to $2.

214 SOUTH MAIN

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Suits of Gray and Suits of Brown, Suits**n Checks and Over Check, Suis in Hair-
line or Chalkline Stripes, Suits in Mixed Patterns, and Suits in Solid'Staple Col'ors.
Suits with revealed or concealed Blue, Green, Purple or Gold Decorations,,

Save As If
YouMen'I
That's the challenge that R. B.
Clothes throw outif you are 'a
stranger. No mincing rnauters or
compromising or- conjuring.
R. B. Clothes are in sense and.
Substance $50.0 productions, in
in. any broad or intimate contro-
versy but, our' one p'-iece one way
profit way.

There are Single Breasters, one, two or thrfee button
Double Breasters, conservative or ultra styles; sports-'
manlike norfolks and fancy po,-cketed sacks or the
spring half belted jacket in a3l sizcr.

$25

No Cha-ge.for
Needed AlgIer itions

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EXTRI'A T O''AUS ERS

Surprise
Yourself
This Spring
if it's a Suit o r Topcoat for rUb
or scuff--or something that de-
mands originality and distinction.
--or something that's colorful and
cheerful--or something to put your
own personality onl your Wick wit:h
the consciousness that y ou arc sav-
ing. $20 to $25 -forydour inside
pocket.

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Easter Sunday
DINNER MENU
"Soup
Cream of Asparagus
Wafers
Olives Celery
'rime R1ib Roast of Beef an jus
'ricasse'ed Chicken with biscuit
oast peg of Lamb-MAint Sauce
Early June Peas
Mashed Potatoes
Rolls
Egg Lettuce Salad
Home Made Apple P'ie
ith ~iCheese
Strawberry Shortcake with
Whipped Cream
otra:wherry Sundae
Vanilla Ice Cream
caCoffee Milk
2-2:3 )0 P. m.--Price $1.00

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