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IEW YORK WOMAN American Legion Auxiliary
Cares'ForVeterans In Mexico

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be no rehearsal of the
ast today.
whave not yet fired in.
against the men are re-
e this afternoon at the
mer field as it will be
>ortunity to enter the
omen who are planning
tdoor range will meet at
orrow afternoon at the
fice. There will be no
day evening at the in-

There will be a meeting of the life
niembership committee of the Univer-
sity of Michigan League at 3 o'clock;
this afternoon at Barbour gymnasium.
It. is requested that members bring
any money that has been collected.
"Anchor Inn" tea room will be open
today and tomorrow at the Delta Gai-
ma 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.
dEThe room list for next year which
is being prepared at the office of the
dean of womnen will be ready within
a week or ten days.
Chaperones for the dances this
week end are as follow's: Union, Sat-
urday, Mrs. H. G. Berger; Armory, Fri-'
day, Mrs. M. Cake; Saturday, Mrs.
Yates Adams.
Senior and junior class baseball
practice will not be held on Monday,
M4ay 7, on account of the Michigan-
Iowa game
Women who are planning to try out
for the class baseball teams are re-
quested toturn out forbthe next prac-
tices as the teams will be chosen soon.
Seniors and juniors practice at 4
o'clock Monday and Wednesday after-l
noons at Palmer field, while sopho-1
mores and freshmen practice at 4
o'clock Tuesday and Thursday after-
noons.

Eight patrols of eight women each
with leaders and assistant leaders
were formed in the class in Girl Scout
leadership which is being conducted
until May 12 by Miss Elizabeth Haney
sent out by the National Headquarters
of the Girl Scouts, Inc. in New York;
City. If many more applications to
join the class are received, an addi-
tional course may be opened.
The work on Monday, Tuesday, and
Wednesday was done in Barbour gym-
nasium. After the formation of the
patrols each group chose a name which
it symbolized in a charade. Beginning
yesterday the work will be held out
of doors.
CABINET TO 0DISCUSS
WOR ATHOUE PRTY
Members of the new cabinet of the
University Y. W. C. A. which was elect-
ed during the past week, will be en-
tertained at a house party to be held
fthis week end, at Lake House, Whit-
more Lake. The officers and the com-
mittee chairmen as well as the mem-
bers of the old cabinet, will compose
the party.
The committee chairmen who have
been appointed by the president in-
clude: Dorothy Bishop, '24, finance;
Luverne Iays, '26, meetings and edu-
cation; Claribel Bowen, '24, social;
Lillian Prance, -'24, publicity; Louise
Galloway, '25, social service; Frances
Bredin, '24, conferences and conven-
tons; Hazel Hoot, '25, Americaniza-
tion; Jeanette Emmons, S. of M.;
Aline Davis, '24, world fellowship;
Lucretia Brewer, '24, Girl Reserves;
Patti Hiller, '24, industrial; Rosemary
Lawrence, '24, house.
Discussion of the work which is be-
ing done anddof the new work,dwill
be takenl up during the week end, as
this Is to be somewhat of a training
conference for the new members
At 5 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, May
5, installation of officers will take
place at Newberry hall.

Mrs. Elizabeth Lee Eistetter, presi-I
dent of the American Legian auxiliary
in Mexico, is exemplifying the abilitigs
of American women by tackling the
problem confronted by the auxiliary)
In the number of "floaters" who are in
and out of Mexico each day. As many
of these wanderers are members of
the Legion, and often are strangers
in a strange land without friends or
funds, relief work .among them is at
times extremely difficult..
Mrs. Eistetter found that uncertain
train service between Tampico and
Mexico City made co-ordination of the
work of the auy).liary units in these two
towns impracticable, so she has evolv-
ed a scheme of localizing the efforts of
the individual organizations. So suc-
cessful has this plan proved the aux-
iliary is today recognized as one of
the principal relief agencies in Mex-
ico.
Mrs. Eistetter has found that ex-
service men in, the employ of firms in
Mexico often require assistance in
case of sickness. A number of the
firms take care of their employes in
case of illness, but the Legion has
found that in some instances it is ne-
cessary to seek outside aid. In addi-
tion, the Legion has advanced funds
for the embalming of the bodies of ex-
service men who die in Mexico and
whose relatives want the bodies sent
to the United States.
INTERHOUSE BASEBALL
SCHEDULE RE-ARRANGED
Some changes, have been made in
the schedule of the interhouse base-
ball tournament. The schedule now
stands as follows: at 10 o'clock tomor-
row morning at Palmer field, Alpha
Phi vs. Kappa Alpha Theta; at 11
o'clock, tomorrow, Alpha Gamma Del-
ta vs. Martha Cook; at 5 o'clock Mon-
day, Pi Beta Phi vs. Alpha Epsilon
Phi, Delta Gamma vs. Sorosis at 5
o'clock Tuesday, Adelia Cheever vs.
Zeta Tan Alpha; at 6:30 o'clock Tues-

Firing Practice jo be Held Today
Firing practice on the 200 and 300
yard range will be held this afternoon
at the R. O. T. C. range. Saturday
morning the range will be increased to
300 and 500 yards. Trucks will
leave the R. O. T. C. office at 1 and
8.30 o'clock.
Pique hats for wee boys and girls'
in pink, blue, and white. Jane Sin-
gleton Tot Shop. 4 Nickel's Arcade.-
-Adv.
MARTHA WASHINGTON Candies
fresh every Friday. Tice's, 113 East
Liberty.-Adv.
Damon-
"HFtw come you're getting along
so well with Professor Roberts?
RIoI told us this morning that
that last effort of yours was a
master drawing."
Pythias-
"It couldn't have been other-
wise. Didn't I use 'the master
drawing enciV?"
17 leads- at! dealers
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A POWDER FOR I(
IN.B-TWEEN TALCUM AND FACE POWDER
The First Real Improvement li, Toilet Powder For 25
"Buddy Brooks" is the new toilet powder. New not only ir
new in its principle and idea. It is "heavier" than, ordina
therefore not so slick and shiny.
But it is not so "heavy'as face powder, therefore less "s
much more acceptable for use around h'ome.
"Buddy Brooks" was originally intended for men's .use a

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Mrs. Elizabeth Lee Eistetter
day, Alpha Omicron Pi vs. Delta Delta
Delta, Chi Omega vs. Kappa Delta.
Betsy Barbour defeated Helen New-
berry 7 to 2 in a game played Wed-
nesday afternoon.'
"Rolling stones gather no moss,"
but unused fur'iture gathers dust.
Call 960. -Adv.
Publisher of national magazine,
established over 40 years, desires
to get in touch with party who can
invest or who can assist in raising
capital for expansion. This is an
unusually fine opportunity to se-
cure an active interest in a maga-
zine'with a background of many
years, ofachievement. For full
particulars address
W. A. M~ILES
New York Athletic Club
58 West 59th St. New York, N. Y.

is ihly h aling .and soothir ;ti
the most sensitive skin. N-opow.
der can be purer. U7s It for
too.
shaving powder-but it has become so popular with women that many use
It even to the exclusion of ordinary face powder.
No powder could be made more healing and beneficial to the skin. It
xvill heal any soreness or roughness due to chap or wind tan. Men rub it
into cuts or tender spots after shaving. Because of its purity it is the
ideal powder for tiny babies.
Try a can of "Buddy Brooks" powder. You are sure to like it much
better than any powder you ever used before.
Any druggist will supply you. The price is only 50c --not so expen-
sive as other face powders of the better kind.
Sold and recommended from experience by Calkins-Fletcher Drag
Co., 324 S. State St., E. & S.;University Avenues & State & Packard Sts.
and Crippens Drug Stores, 219 S. Main St. and 217 No. Main St. and every
other good drug stores and toilet goods counters in Ann Anbor.

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TROLLEY TO DETROIT FROM
THE VARSITY DOOR

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ode-"The Sunshine trail,".
th Douglas. MacLean; com-
y and news.

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ajestic-"A Noise in Newboro,"
with Viola Dana; Mason and
Dixon orchestra; Uni.versal,
news.

N'nber 13 At Last
Comes Into Favor
By a gradual process of reconstruc-
ftion, 13 is living down its reputation
as an unlucky number and is becom-
ing reinstated in popular favor. Thir-
tory have been elected to Phi Beta
IKappA. Is this not a final proof to
those who are still skeptical? The
lucky 13 are as follows: Harriet Blum,
Dorothy.Mummer, Edith Jensen, these
three having straight A records lastI
semester, Glee Foster, Ruth Lechlit-
ner, Dorothy Lippold, Yone Moriya,
Constance Ohlinger, Charlette Phelps,
4 Victoria Shaw, Irma Smith, Lucile
Welty, and Emily Wires.
Residents of Martha Cook dormitory
l include only junior and senior women,
and high scholarship is one of the
entrance requirements. As a result
f of this, the scholarship record has at-
# tanod a B average.
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TODAY
AND
TOMORROW
M A RJO R IE D A W
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"A MOTION
T" DJORN
PETER B. KY NE

On Fridays hereafter, ,commencing May 4, a Special
Limited Cat will leave Hill Auditorium siding on
the Campus at 1, 2, 3 and 4 P. M. for Detroit.

A,. C ADY, Supit . 1. jC.

Direct Sernice .for
NTichigan S'udents

Save .money by Traveling
the Trolley Wa

Orpheum-Marjorie Daw in "A
Motion to Adjourn," by Peter
B. Kyne; Reginald Denny in
"The Leather Pushers."
Wuerth-Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Johnson's "Trailing .Afrioa's
Wild Animals"; Our Gang in
"The Champion."

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TODAY AND SATURDAY
A Family Fun Fest For Dad, Ma

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Stage-This Week

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"T' Anchor Inn"
T Ye Anchor Inn
1205 -1-111Street

Garrick (Detroit)-Muslcal com-
edy, "Up in the Clouds,"

--Adv.
Patronize Daily Advertlsers.-Adv.

SAY THIROUJGH

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Only four short weeks
mer riding at Ann Ar
are in fine condition,T
cash coupon plan m

RIDING TODAY.
remain in wihch to enjoy the delights of sum-.
bor. Make the most of your time. The roads
Mullisen's Vorses are as fine as ever, and the
akes riding as economical as it is pleasant.
MULLISON STABLES
326 E. Ann St.
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Gang

He Would Marry

Any

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Girl Who

INTELLIGENT AND INTERESTED:
Your bank should be sound, accurate and
efcient. But that is not enough. Banking
servce. to be of the most use to you should
be -also intelligent and interested.
That is what this bank tries to be.
AR'MERS & MECHANICS BANK_

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DOUGLAS
MACLEAN
Famous
N HQTTENTOT STAR p /~~
with ET ,
- and a reet PNCE
east
The home folks thought
him dead-even thought
of erecting a monu-
ment-and his girl had
taken off the black
crepe and was about to
marry his rival ! -
Wmhe Zip! Boom! Bang!
he blew in from the
West. Then things
ran wild -
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Bumper

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Matinees Daily
2 -3:3 1
Main 'I+loor. ..31c
War Tax.4c
Total ..... ....3 e
Balcony . ...'22c
War Tax ......3c
Total........25c
Includes all stage
features
ST A

In Edgar Franklin's Merry Melange
Supported by
DAVID BUTLER
EVA -NOVAK
ALLAN FOREST
MALCOLM MCGREGOR
-IN ADDITION-

Evenings
7 - 8:35
Balcony.......31c
War Tax........4c
Total........
Main Floor..4:
War Tax .......5c
Total..........50c
Kiddies.. . ...10

Wherever you are, home, camp or outing trips-a
Thermos is always a great convenience.

SE F.EATURE EXTRAORDINARY

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MASON - DIXON ORCHESTRA
SONGS.- MUSIC- - NOVEDTlES

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