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'CIE MICHIGAN DAILY

Girl Leads Rescue '
Of 600 From Fire

Lomen I
rlife memiberships to'
eaguo should be made
;sible. Checks may be
'thy Wylie, 1052 Bald-
cts with other enter-
yen for the benefit of,
of Michigan League'
the Panhellenic ball
m)ed until next fall.

rr horse-shoe pitcing will hXod
rt 'meeting at 5 o'clock this aft-
rL in B~arbour gymnasium.
Facuilty Women's club will dgve
lge tea Tuesday,, April 24, at the
nece of 'Mrs. Burton. Members
'ish to have tables reserved may
rrs. Bates, 728. The price of a

PUPPETS PROMFOR
LEAGUE BENEFIT TOAY
Harry Burnett's puppets, manipulat-
ed by the Puppeteers, an organisation
'of University students, will be pre-
sented at 4 oclock this afternoon, and
at 8 o'clock this evening, in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall, under the auspices of
the Pi Beta Phi sorority.
Unie the once popular Punch and
Jud; hepuppet is a complicated
mechanism, the simplest of which re-
quires at least twelve strings,, while
some have twice that, number.'--The,
puppets will be seen this afternoon iii
entirely new _numbers, including, two
plays, "The Three Wishes," and "GAn-
drocles and the Lion.' In addition
there NI be an Italian toe dancer, a
tempo .mental violinist, two negroes in
a Juba dance,, and a. clown who will
announce. the acts.
The proceeds from the performances
will be contributed to the 'League
building fund.
'WMNVT USA
OM N TTLeague, Athletic Association and "Y"
Present Candidates
Officers of the Wom ens' League, Y.:
W. C .A., and the Athletic association
will be 'elected from 8 to 5 o'clock
next 'Tuesday in University hall. All
University women are expected to vote
for League officers, while the Athletic'
association vote is restricted to mem-
bers having over one hundred honor
points. Only members who have reg-
istered may vote for Y. W. C. A. oMil
cer~s.
These elections will be final, the
girls having been nominated :by class
represeditatives. The election list has
appeared in The Daily, but will be
re-published before election day. Wo-~
men are urged to consider this event!
seriously, and to have chosen their

ternoon, May 5, sat ' Betsy Barbour
house. Margaret Keegan, '24, is chair-l
man of the program committee and is
assisted by Margaret Stuart, '24. The
ref reshm~ent committee are Bertha
Green, '23, chairman, Katherine San-
ders, '25, 'and Katherine [tDodsley, '23'.
flub Gives Books
To Child Patients
Members of the Ann 'Arbor Kiwanis
club have 'presented a gift 'of books to
the childrens' departtment 'of the Uni-
V'ersl'ty hospital, including about 75,
or 100 selections. The lnmb'er con-
sists of well known children's books
by good authors such as Uncle Remuts,
Robinson Crusoe, 'the Burgess Animal

books and the Burgess 'Tree bookrs.
These volumes are all well'suited to
their purpose 'since they are clean in
thought as well as in material. It
is very desirable that the children,,
many of whom have had very 'little
opportunity to read books, become ac-
'customed to good literature. A 'large,
number of them will become "-shut-
ins" for 'the remainder of their lives
and 'enjoyment of the' right 'kind, of
books will contribute a good deal to
their lives:
TO0t)EO-ANIWARBORBUS
Cars keave for Toledo i :10) -A. ,1L,
P. 11. ,and 5 P. 3M.. Except. San-
day. Sundays ait 8:00, 11:00 and
8:30.

-gym

SEE)TANYW1LERE, BUT
EAT AT REX'S
THlE CLUB LUN~CH
712 Arbor Street
Near State and Packard Streets

IT COSTS NO HR
R10E$
SKILLED PFA' .L .:;

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No. 2399,
Railroad Man-Fox Trot
Gene ltodemlich's Orchestra

be a matinee musical
at the Michigan Ujnion
mroon, 'under the aus-
Faculty Women's club.
Aloxon, of Springfield,
e' a whistling programn.;

Miss Pauline Allen
When fire -threatened the lives, of 600
'Greek refugees, herded in a building
in Constantinople,. Miss Pauline Allei,
Near Ehst relief worker, led 55 sail-
ors :from the U. S. destroyer McCo'r-
niick to the rescue.
!. AT THlE T.EA TERS I

Peg gy Dew"--Fox Trot L
Carl Fenton's' Orchestra

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Contrary "to a' rare ios annune-
nntheletion oaf 1Y. W C.A. f-
fcers 'will ,be eld with 'those frf-,
ficesrs of the WYonen'as 3eue and Wo-
mn' sAtletic ssocition on Tues-
day, Arl 24.
There1wil be a regular meeting of
5the Mkic* a Daes" at 8 o'cl c Mn-
'ay evening at He len NMewerry res-
'ence. rof. George Wilner w111) glv,e
sme readings.'
There will 'be no meeting of the
Grl Reserve leaders tonight.
Entrinto te interhouse baseball1
ournament'may be ;made by signing
on the'tilletin bard n ]arbonr ym-
'~TheFreshman' Girls' Glee club -w~
4eet at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon in
~arbour 'gymnasium.
:" A short, ;special mmeeting of1
YamdshtA Will be eld ilat 4
~'clock this afternoon at Martha Cook
illding.
'Names .of -all sophomore women
'ho have not yet paid ther$1 'tax fr
'Eir 'Freshman Spread have been pot-
din the registrar's office and in Ba-
l0ou gynasiumi.. This tax should be
'mid imm'iediately at the office of the'
ean of women.
11TERTAINFREG
WO M E N SATURDAYI
. t'reign omn on the campus will
~eguests cf the World aellwslp
ommttee of the. W. C.' A atapr
to 'be hld 'Sturday At Camp br-
4ett, Prtage Lake..
The party, inclding mre than 40
Onon, will leave Saturday mornng,
gong to the camp in automobiles. Sat-
'.rMay evening a taffy pull, games And
*tiusic will frm the program. -: All'
reign women ,on the dampus are'in-.
kted to attend."oMiss Mary Ross, se-I11 yo h " ..A.'Wl' e-e
haperone.
iinoune E ngagemnent in Unique Wy
M- A a typically Chnepe party given
~tthe hone of -Mrs. 6a il'a Green,
:sistant secretary ouf the .ngineer-
5ug school, the engagement ofTing
#en Li, '23, to Henry Che, '22;,
*as annoncd n Saturi'day, April?.,
ay traigheing Junmbed ettrs pss-
~dout at the dinner, the guests learn-1
,dthe names .of the persons whom
e announcement concerned. I
3 Dont fal to 'regster today.
eistei+'"for Prlng eetins .toay.
;; et "Jimmie te adtaer"ind -it!
~'Adv.
Staniford UC~iersity
' California
- 'mmner Qarter, 1923 _
~' Tucaday, 19'uhe, to Strday,
1 September
Second half 'begins 26 July
S Opportunites to worl for'
Shighfer degrees and the A. P
Sdegree in the oceanic climate of
'the San Francisco pennsua.
Courses in the regular aca-
d~emic and scientific braches,
and in law.
Information from Offce 7.
STANFO RI) UIERITY
Caliornia-.

tSomething newe every day!
N6 more waiting! Brunswick dealers
have new 'records every day.
And there is flawless tonie-beauty in
Brurnswick Records-they play on any
phonograph:;

Screen-Today

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Arcade-"The Isle of Lost Ships,"
w+ith' Ilton'Sills and Anna Q.
Nilsson ; comedy and news.
Majestic- Poll Negri in "Bella
Donna"; Buster Keaton in
"The Balloonatic"; augmented
concert 'orchestra.
Orpheum - Mary Anderson :in
"'Bluebird, Jr.";., comedy and
news.
Wuerth-Leatrice Joy and. Lon
Chaney iii "The Night Rose";
comedy and news.

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'Stage-This Week

Whtny-- WalterHape in
I "Othello", Frltlay;.r Saturday
matinee in "Thne Ring: of.
Truth"', and Saturday evening
'i n "A New Way, to *Pay' Old
Debts"'.'
f arrick (D~troit)-Eddie CantorJ
'in "Make it 'Snappy".
IShurbert - Michigan (Detroit)-
Joseph AT. Gaiter presents(j
"Take' It from Me."'
Resgister for spring elections 'today.'
Register today if you want to vote.
Get 'good values cheap,'thru thwc
Classified columns.-Adv.
Look over the -alues' in the classi-
fieds.-Adv.

Glee Clubs Meet for Informal Para
Members of the Freshman Girl
'Glee club wvill be the guests of. t
Unviersity Girls' Glee club at an it
formal party to be held Saturday a
Be Careful
Of your breath
SMany odors offend -cigars, de-
caying food, stomach disorders, etc.
'Yet the offender is seldom aware.
Eat, a May Breath tablet, nota
perfume. That will instantly purify.
It makes every contact pleasing. It
shows a desire to be nice.
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Wh itney, FRi.I ad 5AT, April 2041,
.he. "The UTnique Event of the Dramatic Year"--N. Y. Wo'ti4
r. OTHEtILO-FRDAY EYE AT S
(With MIr. Hanipde 'in the -role of Othello)"
TRRE 'RNG OF .TRUTH-SAT. iMATT.P{EE
A new pany by :Arthur Goodrich 'and Rose A. Palmer, batsedl upon
Robert Browning's "The Ring and the Book."
A NEW WAY TO PAY OLD DEBTS-SAT. E'VENG
(With Mr. Hamnpden as Sir' Giles Overreach in Philip Massinger's $ar-r
donic~ comedy made famous by Edmund Kean, E. L. Davenport' and
.'' Edwin Booth.). t.-. "

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Mr. Hampden announces that this will be his last visit to Ann
Arbor prior to assuing next September the lease of t'he National
'Theatr6,.New York; which' from' that time. on will become his
'Producing eadquarters.

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An antiseptic ,mouth w ash in
candy form. Instantly deodor-
izes both t-he mouth and
stomach. 'Gives spring odors
to the. breath. In the stomach
'it also acts as a .digestant.
Carry yvith you. Al druggists.

)TAIL 'ORDERS NOW
ITail orders accompanied by check or money order in favor of the
Whitney Theatre, will be filled now in the or'der of 'their receipt,
Jplese enclose self-addressed envelope to insure safe return of tickets..
P3Erices: Nights an~d Sat. Mat., $2.75, $2.20, $1.65, $1.10.
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2:00 NOW 7:00
'3:00 SHOWING_8:30j
A Sailor's Nlyth---,Same Call the Sai-rasso
Sea-
-yet the atlas showes it here? Lying beneath a tropic
moon almost a~t the gatewiay to the Gulf of Mexico!
of-- ereiveelslockaestrnpoatinl
o eee-ihasanepplto -ruled by a giant brute-,ind called
of LiliS s

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SALE

Blanjos, Mandolins,
~,Guitars, Violins,
U tkeleles, Drums and
( Everything That's
z' iMusical
~ at Grinnell's! Best
quality merchandise
~ONLY; sold at low-
est possible' prices.:
\Prompt, courteous,
helpful service.
SAXOPHIONE
SPECIAL4
Wolverine C-melody,
'model; silver-plated
With handsome 4
leather case, war
tax .paid. All comn-
Iplete for .. $109.75

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LAST TIMES
TODAY

TIHeres S.J Iore to - 4a Sid
Than a Labe
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You 'of ten hem- men say that they do.n't 'b'e-
ieve in Paying an eXtrla price f or a name. If ,the
name doesn't mean ,anything it's foolish, -of co'urse,
but when the name stands foar perf ection of fit and
Materials you alwsa s,'feel 'a certain natlural r'de
when anyone catches sight -of 'the Wild& Com-
pany label in your suit. A

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Such is the setting for the nmo, ;zt Un i ! <<tur
the year-the novelty melodramaa of adca.A ti
of pirate gold, and love, of a(Iv;enture. romiance, d0r
ing, 'that makes you forget youi've c w v

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1Ve2............$15 upI
iith Premier, visible....15
dorwood..............30 tup
minnton, No. 7 .........10
mning;ton, visible......25 up

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