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May 01, 1923 - Image 3

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THE MCHIGAN DAILY

Wyvern, junior wvomen's honorary
society, will sell blue hooks in_ the,
Library and University hall from 101
to 11 o'clock for the remainder of tlhej
senester. During examination :, blue,
books will be on sale at all times. E
Courtiers and fairies for the Seniorl
Girls' play will meet at 4 o'clock -to-
day in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
The schedule for th e spring tennis
tournament has been posted in Bar-
bour gymnasium. The first round ms
be played off by Mamust

at Home 1, the proceeds being given
to the Y. WN. C. A. In connection
with the Y. W. C. A. work, Dr. P.
W. Slosson will speak at the meetings
1.Monday e'vening. His topic 'will be1
"Problems of Every 'Day ULfe."
Tulesdlay the graudate nurses will
give a benefit bridge, -the proceeds,
,oing to theo fund for sick nurses.)
Nmerous plans, are also under way
to earn mnoney for the Women's
League.
TO CIVf MAYBREAKFAST
Will : ,eomnodadte1Festivhal Guests At

Fashion Offers

flPlrT rf CPTC R CR DCDfi

AT THlE THIEATERS

Screen-Today

Arcade- Katherine MacDonald
in "The Refuge"; comedy and
news.
Majestic -- "Glimpses of the
Moon," with Bebe Daniels,
Nita Naldi, and'David, Powell;
comedy; Mason and Dixon Or-
chestra on the stage.
Orpheuni - Rex peach's _"Fair
Lady," with Betty Blythe;
comedy; news.
Wuerth- "The Stranger's Ban-
quet," by Don Byrne; comedy,
"The Fatal Photo"; on the
stage, the Midnight Sons'
Quartet.

Wide SeleciondUIIILII IEDtd
'Ultra chic and .attractive have been After conducting tryouts, Mummersamtirgniaio a
the costumes displayed at Mack and, nounces the following new members:
company's store at the two style sElva Langdun, "26, Gertrude Macau-
shows given under the direction of I a,'5 etue ak,'6 ahr
Elizabeth Maloy, '25. A certain edti typercen - ine Moriarity, '26, Elizabeth McDow-j
tage of the .money realized1 on irinathcere,'26 Mrl
costumes will be turned over to the ilr, '26, VignimaMLoae,2, EMtee
Women's league as vwill the money paid Rhince'ault, '26, 'Dorothy Rockwell,1
to the models. '24, Dcrothxy Waldo, '26, Lucilla Wail-
Styles as chosen for these special .pe'-r, 2,JntVnereW 2,Ll
displays advocate -accordian pleated Zang,. '26, Anne Miller, '26.
skirts, panels, collars, cuffs, and trim-__________
mings of "all kinds of pleated mate-
rkds. Panels of longer lengths than Stden ~t ' ather Produce~s Play
the kirs, nd mbrideiesof ver J.Mr. S. M. Hershdorfer, father of.Leo
the kirs, nd mbrideiesof ver j*Hershdorfer, '23, is the author of a
description are shown on 'afternoon pa o rprn o u°drn
gowns. Gray will be used extensively,plynw reaigfraundig
I ad bigh clor wil b god.Skitsthe next New York theatrical season.°
are shown long, short, and medium. I sette Mte.
Apparently, fashion has not definitely It was given two' trial performances
made up her mind as to just whatinNw orlatekbfre'xy
length shall reign. Widths 'vary from prominent dramatic critics anid produc-
narrow, in the heavier materials, to ers, and was'well. received.'
extremely wide in the lighter ones.
Many costumes, of heavily embroider--
ed crepes, and of quilted materials
are being shown. These costumes are f4'
direct from New York, and represent
the latest modes.
C0 SIN G W1 EDNESDAY
Mack's F'ashion Review Cancelled I
There will. be no fashion review un- "
der the auspices of Mack and . coom- g

1 I1I11 South 'University Ave.

Engineers' and Architects' Materials
Stationery, Foutntain Pens, 'Loose Leaf Bookb
Cameras and Supplies
Candies,, Laundry tArency, Tobaccos

-- Following a custom which has been
Michigan Dames will h;old election carried out for several years, the Uni-
of officers at 8 o'clock th;s evening versity Y. W. C. A. will give a May
at Helen Newberry residence. Evcry breahkfast, Saturday morning, My 19,
one is urgedl to attend. i (;.in the week end of the May fo-,i-.
~a. The breakfast will be had in
The cast of the Sen1iorGi'rls~, play, theo basement of Barbour gyminn si'iim.l
will meet at 4 o'clock tomorrow after-' may festival guests and 'University
noon in Sarah C ar;,ell Angell hall. Iwome are 'invited to attend. "ial
arrangements are being made 1o tLat
All women interested in the summnerI sororities or league housce who wish
conference held at Lake Geneva, Wis., I to do so may, reserve tables for pri-
by the student department of the Uni- vate parties and provide for special
versity Y W. C. A., are invited to at- table decorations. The general dec-
tend a, m eting to be held from 4 to 5 orations of the room will be in maize
o'clock Thursday afternoon at New- and blue.
berry hall. Opportunity will be given Tickets may be secured ait 35 cents
at this time for women to apply -for i each. Breakfast will be served atl
membership in the Michigan delega- two and possibly three different times.
tion. T rhe first will be at 8:30 o'clock, the j'
second at 8:45, and if a 'third is held
The name of Mrs. C. L. Washburne it will be at 9:15 or 9:30. Special
was omitted from the list of jnemberS tables mnay be arranged for only for
of the campaign committee of the Un- the first -serving.
i versity of Michigan League, printed The affair is being given under tlhe
in the Sunday Daily, auspices of the social committee of
the Y. W. C. A., and Grace H4unter, '23,
ANCL IN N TEA is eneral chairman. University we-I
me will assist in the serving.
ROOM OPENS SOON I -____

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Stage-lils Week

A 'New Pattern

(Garrick (Detroit)-Musical com-
Iedy, "Up in the Clouds."

I Vote III
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the campus electlon'-

to-

pany, as announced in a Daily advwer-
tisemnent Sunday.

DOUGL AABLAUGII
MACLEA iI NUTE
The Famous ]f OTTENTOT Star

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A nautical atmosphere, waitresses
in sailor costum es, and decorations
carried out in true sailor fashion will
be found at the Anchor Inn tea roomin
which will be opened on May 3rd, 4th1
and 5th at the Delta Gamma house,
1205 Hill street.
Luncheon will be served fromn 12
o'clock to 1:30 o'clock and tea from
3 :30 to 5:30 o'clock on. each of the'
three days.
In. addition to the tea room a diance
will be given by the mnembers of the
sorority from 9. o'clock till 12 o'clockt
on Saturday. Admission per couple
is $1.00 and single adlmission is 75
cents. Proceeds from both the tea
room and dance will go toward they
University 6f M~ichigan League fund.'
FOR BE~NEFTFOF Y W. C., A,
Members of the nurses' : raing
school have been carrying on several
activities duringi the Past few weeks,
among- the most important being a;'
benefit dinner held Saturday' evening
Vote in !thc campuis electlinr to-
3E10rrowd1.1

Vote in the campus electtions
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What .Vv You Know About
Blusiness?
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Ask the Administration
Department of
IThe Missouri State JLife
Insurance Company f
ST. LOUIS
for somc highly.interesting
infoirmation:

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To Love I.m For That Time-
And Then--!.
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