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firing with the 0--calibre rifle at the ority will give a dance at 9 o'clock
outdoor range on State street are re- tonight at the chapter house. Ted
quested to meet at 1:30 o'clock this Bennett's orchestra will furnish the
afternoon at the R. 0. T. C. office. music. Tickets may be obtained at

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Q"Anchor Inn" tea room will be
open today at the Delta Gam-
ma house, 1205 Hill street. Luncheon
will be served from 12 to 1:30 o'clock
and tea from 2:30 to 5:30 o'clock.
The rooi list for next year which,
is being prepated at the office of the
dean of women will be ready witin
a "week or ten days.
.-Chaperones for the dances are as
flows: IUnion, Mrs. H. G. Berger;
mory, Mrs. Yates Adams.
Senior and junior class baseball
actice will not be held on Monday,
o account of the Michigan-Iowa
game.
Women who are planning to try out
for the class baseball teams are re-
quested to turn out for the next prac-
ties as the teams will be chosen soon.
Seniors and juniors practice at 4,
o'lock Monday and Wednesday after-
n ons at Palmer field, while sopho-
mores and freshmen practice at 4
o'lock Tuesday and Thursday after-
tons-
ehearsals for the Senior Girls' play1
I be held next week as follows:
T'hecourtiers group at 4 o'clockTaos-
day; the group of fairies at 5 o'clock
Tuesday; the cast at 4 o'clock Wednes-
dpL; the cast at 7 o'clock Thursday
nfght; the group of foresters at 3:30
o'clock Friday; and the cast at c.
olock Saturday morning. All rehear-;
sgls will be held in Sarah Caswell
A gell hall with the exception qf the
forester's group which will meet in the.
basement of Barbour gymnasium.
White collars to be worn with sen-
ior gowns may be procured before!
Sring-Out from Grace Hunter at theI
XVirtha Cook dormitory. The price of1
these collars is 35 pents.+
'Members of the Freshman Girls'
Gee club will meet at 2:30 o'clock
ths afternoon, at Betsy Barbour house.
A; few minutes assembly is desiredt
before the party given by the Univer-7
sity Girls' Glee, club.-

All women interested in trying out
for class teams in tennis are request-
ed to report ready to play at 4:15
o'clock Tuesday afternoon _at the low-
er courts at Palmer field. In case of
rain the report will be taken at Bar-
hour gymnasium; those who are un-
able to come at -this time are request-
ed to notify Miss Danielson or Julia
;Coo.
Anchor Inn" To
Close With Dance

the door, admission per couple being
$1.00 and single admission being 75
cents.
CONTINUE PLAN TO
AID LEAGUE FUND
Due to the success of the plan by
which the University of Michigan Lea-
gue receives a percentage on all sup-
plies which are bought at the 0. D.
Morrill store, Mr. Morrill has agreed
to continue the plan until the end of
the school year.

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Give Last League Party of Year NEW SHOPS WILLa
SHE R B BRTIear'yeAt the last party of the year yes- H A V E LIBRARY
terday afternoon, the League ended1
Women To Repeat Concert Progrmii its weekly social gatherings. Mum- Upon the completion of the new
In Jackson iners, womens dramatic organization, { East Engineering building, a branch
presented a one-act play, "Noverthe-' library is to be installed in it, to beJ
Radio enthusiasts will be entertain- less." While the play was short and! known as the East Engineering li-f
ed Friday evening May 25 by the Uni- included but three characters, it was brary. This will contain books relat-l
i My well played. The setting was par- ing to chemical engineering, and al-
versity Girl's Glee club which will ticularly attractive and the lighting, lied subjects.
broadcast a program from the Detroit was well handed. -
Free Press broadcasting station. The Following the play, ice and wafersLi
nroram to last bout . o ill were served in the League rooms. n u 1 I E o u L

It is expected to organize this li-
brary during the coming summer, and
f to open it in September. A com-
mittee, consisting of Prof. W. G.
Smeaton, of the chemistry department,
Prof. E. H. Leslie, of the chemical en-
gineering department, and F. L. D.
Goodrich, associate librarian of the
University, are at work on the details
of the books to be transferred from
the Chemical library.

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Many people have already enjoyed With each cash purchase a receipt
the dainty food and the cool.inviting is given which should be dropped in
atmosphere of, the "Anchor Inn" tea the University of Michigan League box
room at the Delta Gamma house. All on the counter. Members of the Alpha
sorts of nautical decorations, music Xi Delta sorority have charge of add-
with a sailor like swing and waitres- ing the receipts each week.1
ses in white sailor , suits all aid. in
making the tea room attractive. Announce Engagepnent
Today is the last day that the tea Announcement was made at the
room will be open, luncheon being Delta Gamma house recently of the
served from 12 to 1:30 o'clock today engagement of Catherine Riggs, '24, to
ahd tea from X:30 till 5:30. The sor- I James Mann Miller, '23.
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p 1'g1ua ,UxtL jv1 nre 1ur, wil
include a number of special songs as
well as college songs.
Several other activities are being
planned by the club. Thursday, May
8, the members will again appear in
Jackson, this time presenting a pro-
gram at a dinner to be given by the
Business Women's club. The same
program will be given which was pre-
sented several weeks ago when the
club appeared in Jackson before the
Mosaic club.
The club will have charge of the
music for the Mother's Day program
at the Congregational church. A fi-
nal activity is the annual party to
be given this afternoon at Betsy Bar-
bour House in honor of the Fresh-
men Girl's Glee club. A special pro-
gram is being arranged.

Dean Talks in Flint
Dean Jean Hamilton was in Flint

yesterday for the purpose of address-
ing the Flint group of Michigan alum-
nae at a dinner given for her. The
subject of the dean's address' was
"The Michigan of the Immediate Fu-
ture."
"Why a Girl Should go to College",
was the subject of Dean Hamilton's
speech given last night at a reception
which the Michigan alumnae gave for;
the senior high school girls of Flint
and their mothers.
MARTHA WASHIN(TON Candies
fresh every Friday. Tice's, 113 East
Liberty.-Adv.
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An unusual opportunity
is offered to college men
and women to earn
enough money during
the coming summer
vacationtopaynextyeaes
tuition and expenses.

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can be eariied by selling the Premier
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sees it-because it is such an im-
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two of the Premier Sharpener on any knife or scissors blade
produces a keen-cutting edge instantly. Written guarantee
makes it easy to sell. Write at once for complete information or send,
50c for sample, stating what territory you wish us to reserve for you.
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Arcade-<"The Sunshine Trail,"
with Douglas MacLean; com-
edy and news.
Majestic-"A Noise in Newboro,"
with Viola Dana; Mason and
Dixon orchestra; Universal
news.
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 Afriea's
Wild Animals"; Our Gang in
"The Champion."

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Smart, becoming Hats For
S u m m e r Out-door Events
DANA RICHARDSON
1 15 E. Liberty St.

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are advised to see the tennis match
between Chicago and Michigan at 10
o'clock this morning at Ferry field.
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