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T IHEMICHIGAN DAILY__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

NEUES SlTART
I TURIMENT

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PUBLIC RUMMACE SALE
WILL BENEFIT LEAU

The sale is fun charge of a corm- MARTHA Washington Candies, fresh
inittee headed by P'arnel Brown, '24 every, Friday. Tice's, 113IatLb
Mrs. C. L. Washburn 7has been of! erty. adv.:
great 'assistance to the committee.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.

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Let "Jimmie the adtakcr" find it?
-Ad v.

Senior Girls' play cast will rehearse
AT PAL.i at 9 o'clock tomorrow in Sarah Ctas-
f yWell Angell hall.

Baseball will be played by the var-
ius sororities, dormitories, and league
'ouses in the opening games of -the
nnual tournament today and tomnor-
,w at Palmner field. Twenty-one
-ouses are entered this year and none
,.ill be eliminated until two gamnes
.ave been lost.
The schedule for today is as fol-
lws: at 4 o'clock, K~appa. Kappa
Oamuia vs. Austin house, on one of
Oie baseball diamonds at "Palmer field;
At the same'time on the other dia-
rond; Martha Cook vs. Kappa Delta;*
t 5 o'clockl, -Zeta Taui Alpha vs. Chi
me a; - also at r o'clock, Adelia Che -
r vs. Alpha Epsilon Phzi.
tOn Satutrday the following schedul
,(ill 1 e used1: at 9 o'clock, Kappa
Alpha. Theta vs. Gamma Phi Beta;
at 9 cW4Iock, Collegiate Sorosis vs. Beta
Phi;'of 10 o'clock, New berry vs. Alpha
Omcrn Pi; at 10 o'clock, D3elta Zeta
vs. Alplha Phi; at 11 o'clock, Delta
Gammia v s. Betsy Barbour; at 11
o'clock, Alpha Gamma Delta vs. the
winner of the Kappa Kappa Gam-ma
houe gaine; at 12:30 o'clocK, Delta
Delt. Delta vs. Westininster Hall. All
teams are requested to appear prompt-
ly for their games.

All women interested in entering the
spring tennis tournament must sign
up by this noon in Barbour gymnas-
ium. No entries will be received aft-
er this time. The first round must be
played off by May 8.
Chaperones for the dances this week
end are as follows: Union, Friday,
Mrs. Phillip Reynolds, Saturday, Mrs.
M. Cake; Armory, Friday, Mrs. Yates
Adams, Saturday, Miss :Martha Hills..

A sale prior to the second annual _________________________
rummage sale for the benefit of the
Women's League and open to Uni- 4
versity women only was held yester- S F~fV
day in the basement of Helen New- L" '
berry Residence from 4 to 5 o'clock.
The public sale will start this morn-= To sell Abbott. Coin Counting }
ing at 10 o'clock at the City Y. W. C.r Machines to Bank,, and others.,
A. on Fourth Avenue.
The clothes that have been donated N ape ecsrQikK
by the women of the ;University and seller. Liberal commission. Ab-
by faculty women include 'a-great otCi outrCmay
Svariety of dresses, wraps, hats, shoes. bt.on one Cmay
and other garments. The clothes are ' 143rd Street' and W~ales Ave- . -
for summer as well as :winter wear 2 nue, New Yorli City.
and are of all materials and colors. il111 i ll!11 111 i 9~94

Q~w sSENIORS!
Now isthe time to place your order
for
CALLING CARDS
ENGRAVED OR PRINTD
We can also furnish you with
ANNOUNCEMENTS
EITHER ENGRAVED OR ~PmmRID
THIE MAYER -SCH4AIRER
COMPANY

Let Your Wife's;
Talcum Powder
AloneI
FOR. }IEN
Finally, after all the years, thie "shoe
is on the othier foot." Instead of men
having to usfe talcums or face powders

Lhis morning withoutI
my Dixon's Eldorado !",
17 leds-all dealers
. mterdimiapeiwd"
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Stationers; Printers, Binders and Engravers

112 S. MAIN. ST.

PHONE 1404

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eiw Feature
vprin1lo Fashions

late

clusi
nesd
Conn
-The
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-: ele
ser'v
tribe

Th
by
the
Fork
t o -v
AlM
tem :
of i;
versi
the
party
these
well,
COME
to th
and
the
fort

Turing the approved mod
pring -and early summer
University women appea
in a fashion revue giv
ly for University womer
afternoon in the audi
ted with the Mack and Co
an usually paid for the si
Ielso, and also the fee pz
~Newberry orchestra fox
s, a total of $90, wiill b
'd to the campaign fund
;an League.
apparel display e( was si
zabeth Malloy, '25,- whlo
mire spring vacation it
choo sing frocks and other
:r articles for college gi
sMalloy has charge of t: en sdb ~c
uing 'League receipts t(
rwomen who make purch,
Cady-to-wear and milling
Brts, the purpose being t
receipts filed with Neva
22, chairm'an of the cal,
tee,- who will turn ther
store at the end of each
ceive in return '10 pert
rchase made by the cus
Mchign League fund.
i, Tetals to tbe Discoam
kly recitals given by the a
dents of the University
Sc will be discontinuedf
t year. Yesterday's recit
ned because several of ti
were unable to play. I
hool of Music decides V
t recital, it will take plac
sday.
annual recital of the
was to have been heard
mmur is also postponed.
Sthe classifieds. You mz
lng for sale that you no(

des for
rwear,
red as
men ex-
n Wied-
tori-u
. store.
;e r vies
aid tale
r their
he con-
of the
;elected
Sspent
n New~
rready
iris.
h~e sryp-

Than 1e1Ol
4acu~

Fk,9 Gage Hats
Lovelp shapes for sports a44
dress, ine all the rnemy colors
for spring and 'e rly summer.
Tailored or smartly trimmed.
Goodyear '
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TODAY
AND
TO-MORROW

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A RUDE RT HUGHES
J PICTU E
Laugh and G'row Thin!
-Oh, how she lov~ed fog..''-
cry tiune she stepp d onn
0 ..,scale it registered another
P pound. But a strange, to ving
man took it upon him: elf to
--' cure her and she turned out
tobe a Venus de M1/ilo..R
-Her'e's a side-splitting comedy of food, fun
and fat folks. It's, great! /
Food! Food! Food !--the greatest temnptatiox,
w~om~an ktnows and one that she can zre is-
e lrything else buit.
,. ~An irresistibly, funny picture that will ni kl~
fat folkts thin and thin folks fat with laughing,

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ind Co., originally made for women's use,
;d Uni- women now find ",Buddy Brooks" far
ases in sup erior to any of themi own powders.
,de- And "Buddy Brooks" is a 'Man's
toryv Powder, made with no other thought in
Lo have mind than to give-a perfect after shav-
Lv-ing powder.
nipaign Ordinary talcum was too slick'' and
rn over "shiny." Women's, face powders were
month, too -hieavy"~ and "sticky." "Buddy
ent of Brooks" is just right and will improve
stomour, both your appearance andl your. dis-
Position.ra
It contains no sickening perfume to{
,itbined sour anzd become irritating. "Buddy"' +
!Brooks" is highly: antiseptic and heal-;
uvanc- mug. Rube it into any small cut or skin;
School irritation, or' sprinkle it on the tenderE
for the skin of a tiny baby. Every flake of;
al was "Buddy Brooks" is pure and contains
le stu- nothing to irritate.
In case~ Any druggist will supply you with a
,b have can of "Buddy Brooks."
ce next
Sold and recommended from exper-
school !ocIC y
in Hill aknFlterIrg o. 4S
NtateSt.,1. & S. University Avenues,
&State &packard sts., and C'ripp ens
D~rug Stores , 21,I S. -)air St.. and 217
ay find I No. MainfSt, a1:d 4 eey other good
ed. a rugq store and toffet goods counter i1.
-A-viv. JAun Arbor.

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JOE IROCK(
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WIJER TII ORCHTESTRA
NICHOLAS FAICOiN ,, Director

p __ ____ ____ ____ ____ ___MEN __

COMAING
ELMER CIFONS DOWN 'TO THESEA, INSSHIPS"1

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ed s'
ofM
press
posta
dtent,
the
thae I

NOW
r-''"LOVE, OLUGHIAND DYNAMITE"
"IH ANLh DIZZY
"A. I2QI'S LIFE "
"NEVER WEAKEN"
"SHOULDER ARMS"
"GRANDMA'S BOY"
"DR*; JACK"!
x6"THE KID"

TODAY AND~
SATURDAY
ONLY

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OR ANY OTHER, SCREE N
COMEDY YOU CAN REEMBER
Better Than Any .Comedy
Chaplin, Keaton,' Semon
EVER Made!
THIS DESCRIBES

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WM. DE MILLE
presents
the world-f 1ml4u$ stage sn
els by horace Hodges and
T. lgney Pereyval
6 orh60O U ...LOIVE.

}r xt?~O mi

CRA WFORD SHOES AND
OXFORDS THAT HAVE
PUT D AVI S TOGGERY..
SHOP ON THE MAP
W IT H COLLEGE BOYS.
Friday and Saturday of this week "only we are going
to give special prices on broken lots.

IIEODORE R~OBERTS, MAY McA)/OY
and SQNRAP NAGEL
Gronuciy; lovabole,, wise Grumpy-see him solve ans>enthralling
mytstery and save two young lovers from disgrace.-
From- the sensational stage success that New- York and London
couldn't' see "enough of.-
-ADDED
"Exta! Extra I Extra !'-

s$'. 50

and $10.0

SEVEN G~REAT SMASHING RELS' 0CRAlM-FE-LL OF iACTiION,
SHIVERY THlllFr S, DEATH -DEFYING STUNTS AM? UPY ROAR -.
hOUTS, S('IEA tINA'M31R h. THAT' YO 'LL SWVEAR'<'!i-,"' VS
ONLY FOUR REELS INSTEAD OF SEVEN.
We can honestly, state tatb "Safety JLast" F4Is positively Ike
greatest super-comedy in screedn history.

MATINFE EVEN'ING
Al Seats All1 Seats
25C 3eic'
Riddies KiddiesI
loc l~c

3 k'ORI S

FOR

IMATINEF S
Banlcony . ..22e 31.

L. Floor ...,Me31

FEEI G S
All sea n... 45
War Tax .... 05c

2:. ! SHOWS

7:00

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8:30 1

~4:i~i I With twenty roond 1auerhsand as man-y roars

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