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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

0111, Cn1
schedule for the spring tennis
moent ha's been posted in Bar-
'ymnaSij-M. 'Th1e first round musst
yed off by May S.
cast of the Senior Girls' play
Leet at 4 o'clock this after-
n Sarah Caswell Angell hall.

BAEBLLPELIMINARIS
Several of the women's prelimiin-
ary Laseball gamesNwiill eplayed
tliis week and the first part of ne~xt
week according to the followings sche-
dule: at 5 o'clock today, Betsy Bar-
bour vs. Irelen Newberry and Alpha
Ganma Delta vs. Martha Cook; at
G:30 o'clock Friday, Kalma Delta vs.
Chi Omegai and Delta Delta Delta vs.
IAlpha Omicron Pi ;at 5 o'clock Fri-I
day, Gamma Phi B eta vs. Kappa
Kappa G'amma and ;Adelila Choever
vs. Austin house; at 10 o'clock Sat-
urday morning, Alpha Phi vs. Kappa
Alpha Theta and Delta Zeta vs. West-
minster house; at 11 o'clock Saturr-
dlay, Zeta Tau Alpha vs. the winner
of the Betsy Barbour-Helen New-
berry game; at 5 o'clock Monday,.1
Delta Gammia vs. Sorosis and Pi Beta
PIhi vs. Alpha l psiloa Phi.
EKappa Alpha Theta won a gage

from Gamma Phi Beta yesterday, the
score bei g 2_ to 5..
SELL COLD DRINKS
TO AUGMENT FUND!
ice cold lemonade served on a.
cool veranda, will be offered for snle
oy the sophomores of Newberry resi- .
(fence, starting May 1, the proceed-
going to the} University of Michigan
League building fund. The lemonade
is to be sold from 4 to 5 o'clock every.
afternoon of the week. People are
invited to come in after classes for
refreshments.
Up to the present time the men}-
hers of this class at Newberry have
turned over $105 to the League fu'nd.
This money has been. earnted in sev-
eral different ways among which were
the serving of 'sandwiches and "hot
dogs" in the evening and th~e sale of
grapefruit in the morning. A play'
was also given.
Tote ina the campus elections today.

* ote Int the campus elections today.
TODAY IS "?d DAY..

Vote in the campus elections today.
TODAY IS "pit" DAY.

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All women interested in the summer
conference held at Lake Geneva, Wis.,.
by the student department of the Uni-
versity Y. W. C. A., are invited to at-
tend a meetinlg to be held from 4 to 5
o'clock tomorrow afternoon at New-
ber~ry hall. Opportunity will be given
at this time for women to apply for
membership in the Michigan delega-
tibn.
Pi Lamxia Theta will meet at 8
o'clock this evening at Betsy Barbour
houise.
"Anchor Inn" will open at noon to-
morrow at the Delta Gamma house,
1205 Hill street. Luncheon will be
served from 12 to 1:30 o'clock and tea
from 3:30 to 5:30 o'clock on Thurs-
dayv, Friday and Saturday.
All women who have not yet fired
against the men in the rifle meet, are
requested to do so tonight at the
range, room 330, Engineer'ing building.
Beginning Friday afternoon firing will
be held at Palmer field.'
Wyvern, junior womenz's honorary
sciety, will sell blue books in the
Library and University hall from 10
to 11 o'clock for the remainder of the
semester, During examinations, blue
books will be on sale at all times.
WOMEN CAMP AT GENEV
Choo5,o Michigan Delegation from
Applicants
Applications from women who are
interested in attending the Y~ W. C. A
summer camp at Lake Geneva, Wis.,
from August 17 to 27, will be ac-
cepted tomorrow afternoon following
a meeting to be held from 4 to. 5
o'clock at Newberry hall. This meet-
ing is being held for the purpose of
acquainting the women interested in
attending the camp with the particu-
lars.
Miss Marjorie Scadin, president of
the Y. W. C. A. of Albion college will
s'peak on what the summer camp
meant to her personally, and another
member of the Albion cabinet' who
* has attended ithe conference in the
past, will speak on what the summer
camp meant to "her campus. Views
of the camp and lake contained in
a large -scrap book are on display in
the Y. W. C. A. office at the present,
time.
The expenses of the conference
this year will be $28, and there will
*be opportunity for a' limited number
of women to earn their board by serv-
in-. The Michigan delegation will be
choasen from the list of women who
sign ,,up.

All the popular hits.
Phonograph w~ill play

Your
them

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FIRST
NATIONAL
B3ANK
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Bambalina (Wldflowver) .........Majestic Dance Orchestra
Just One More ]Dance.....Jos. Samuels and is Orchestra
Saw Mill River Rload-Fox Trot .. , 31aiestic Dance Orchestra
Eleanor-Fox, Trot ....... Jos. Samuels and His Orchestra
Wet. Y(0 Thumnb-Fox Trot..Original MissouriJ"zz Hounds
Aunt H; gar's Blues-Fox Trot . . . . Roeland Dance Orchestra
Barney G~oggle-Comnedy Duet, Orchi. Ace.. ... Thomas & West
No One Loves You Like Your J-A.Double 31-Y-Duet, Orch.
Acc:.... ....................... Thomas & Whest
Farewell Blues-Fox Trot ......... The Six Black Diamonds
Applo Sauce-Fox Trot .......... The Six Black Dianmonds
Seven or Eleven (My Dixie P'air 0" Dke) Comedy Solo, Orchi.
t A-cc. .......................Al Bernard
T Love Me-Comedy Solo, Orch e. ...........Billy West.

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Walls

Isn't it true that you would paint your floors oftener if
you didn't have to beep the house upset"' so long waiting
for the paint to dry?
Woulda't you do it oftener if you could paint one half of
the floor one day, then move' the. furniture over from the
ether. half and paint that the next day?
Well, that'd just what you can do with Lowe'& Hard
Drying Floor Paint. This fact, together with the way it
stands wear and tear is the reason it is used so much on
restaurant floors and ship deck~s.
Come in sad ask for descriptive literature,

OSWALD THERZ

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Little Rover-Fox Trot ..........LMajestic Dance Orchestra
Mlartham-Fox Trot.........Jos. Samuiels and His Orchestra

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ECONOMY BASEMENT

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::OLDEST BANK IN ANN ARBOR: :
OLDEST NATIONAL BANK IN MICHIGAN

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Mocre Ghan $300 will be turned over
to the WNomen's Lcague as a result
of a rummageM sale held last Thurs-
dIay anid Saturday at the City Y. W.
C. A. This is the second annual af-.
fair of its kind which has been held
for the benefit of the Women's Lea-
gue. Due to the success of the first
sale which was held last year and
to the even greater success of the
sale this year it is expected that the
customn will be followed each spring.
Articles were contributed to the
first rummage sale by women of the
U~ni-versity only, but this year faculty:
women were also asked to contribute
Another innovation this year was the
selling of new articles which were
donated by stores in both Ann ,Arbor,
and Detroit.
Supplies were almost entirely dis-
posed of and the few remaining arti-
cles were given to the City Y. W.
C. A. which conducts a rummage sale
every week.

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gave him her child. It was the
only one she had.. But it was a
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A Typical,
ture--And
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of mystery

Zypical Douglas MacLeani Pie-
That Means Actiouq, Spaed,ii
zguter, Romale-anid A Dashl
That Will Keep You Guessing.

A Long, Long Trall Of Adventure With A%
Fast Riding, Quick On. The 'trigger Young
Optimist Dressed In Hiair-Pants And'Shoot-
iug Irons Blazing The WaVty And A Pretty
Girl Who Wanted Himt To Be Worthy Of The6
Hero's Monument.

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IAreade-.'The Sunshine 'Trail,"
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Iedy and news.
IMajestic - "Glimpses of the
M Noon," with Bebe Daniels,
Nvita Naldi, and David Powell;'
comecdy; Mason and Dixon Or-
chestra on the stage.
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IOrphleum-"False Fronts"; com-
edy and news.,
"Wzert h- - "The Stranger's Ban-
I quet," by Don Byrne; comedy,
1 "';he Fatal Photo"; on the
I stage, the. Midnight Sons'
Qaiartnt.
IStige--Thls Week

All seats
Kiddies.
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Kiddies.
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