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THIE MICHIGAN DAILY

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and jiunior class baseball
rill not be heldl tomorrow,
nit of the MIiChigan1-1owr
who are plan~ning to try out
las baseball teams are re-
turn out for the next prac-
ie tems will be chosen soon.
nid juniors' practice at 4
nday and Wednesday after-
Palmer field, while sopho-
I freshmien practice at 4
.iesday :an Thursday af ter-
als for the Senior Girls' play
eldi this weelK as follows:
ersa group yat4 o'clocki 'lees-
;coup f firies at 5 o'clock
;,he cast at 4 o'clock WVedne:,
cast at 7 o'clock Thursday
group of~ foresters at 3:30
iday; and the cast at
.urday morning. All rehear-
lie held in Sarah Caswell
'. ~With the exception of the
oroiiT which will meet in the
or Barbour gymnasium.

1 L.I! 0 9 tA L. airey,'26, and Doris Schlingoff, '26, Hlamlin Garland w'as given a lunn
G IVE ST-YL.E S O a~fp is xvell as a number of special selec- cheon at the Barton Hills country
ortaa5 mdl o at DR LFE M MI[S I ios. Ms Esther Holland, '18, the 1club F~riday byg Prof'. Louis A.
--- OR MOE OIRSIV; reentdiretorof reefreshman club , Strauss of the English department.
; crtaz ,,ocs Clt prifl U"a1 as the founder of the first club of The guests were Prof. Mlorris P.
andC F;:ms >>/e; will be displayed~c this kind in the University. Informal Tilley, Prof. J. H. Hanford, Prof. 0.
a ;t a 5ty:lQ Show to he given by resident:, Senior women will be canvassed: singing of college csongs completed J apel rf aulMoe ~
c' Pets; l~arboill house through the throughout this -week in an endeavor the ,afternoon. of the English department; Prof.
eci'.Xo te,1.L Hc:o ompay, to make them 100 per cent life mem.-1 Bradley M. Davis of the botany de-
o1V Detroit, on ,May 1,, in the ballroom' bers or the Michigan League before I partment and Lawrence H. Conrad, '23
oci th 'nion,. The models will be they leave the University. During the 1AU 'roEXPERT TOanChreT.Adws '3,ote
tshow~n in four groups and will be dlis- week some member of the coxmittee' SPEAK 'TODA Y' tf ofWhmis
*played b professional manikins. will call on each senior -personally to!1
Tedl Bennett's orchestra 'Will play get her membership.w
dulnrinw the afternoon. Tickets Ywill be No $50 pledges will be taken at this Stanley E. Comstock, director of WHIMSIES ALL-POETRY NUMBER,
i oi sale on the campus and by any time without the $10 payment lining :sales of the Hastings Hupmoabile dis- i 1c.-Adv.
-B1etsy BFarbour resident. The proceeds made. .Anyone interested in t2 7Angf tributors in Michigan, will address,
*will be given to the Michigan Leag tb out a melibership, whether a senior juniors and seniors of the University SeErp l
1funed. Students and townspeople are or not, may do so by calling any one I on the subject of "A New Field of MotoEurope BY
- invited to attend. !of the committee members, who are : Opportunity for College Men", to-- Wonderful~new'plan forAmeri- "~
Dorothy Wylie, '24, chairman ; MI red day noon, in room 302 of the Union. cans to tour-Europe at small ex-
E. Neff, '23, Jeanette Palmer, '23, Lois# Mr, Comstock, who is a pioneer in neworusdaih rl waidhout'
,.Instruclor B roadeastcs IPart '24, Dorothy A. Spencer, '25,tesedo uoobl nuty si idnewcorue- wi etrh rs ou
thI Helecof automenile induetrhPiris.
Miss Nr.CaeHnntrcoin ama r0 I,2 ,Iately 'te', Ride wherever you want-battle-
the Unraiy oranefHuntisrcto n aeb rowad'4,-atern t~,a position to ,completely explain i felds, Alps, Germany, anywhere.r
UnvriySho fMscbod it ",ucret a Brewer, '24, Elsa Schuler, evey he of the automobile busi- Paris dealer AGREES to buybackt
casted two groups of songs from t ho .2 lzbt eso, 4Mr .I e eyasimotorcycle for tu'onhirds of net e c" rePessainFia v- ',Hs omnwoaeitrse n prhs rcwtotdly
DeriSrePes tto rdye e 24, lbe aronk,, '24, MareC.mem- ns omnwoaeitrse n when you finish your tour.
ngthe profgram being given in hurn- sl,'4 HlnLce,'4 h X a~lr ng into: the business. Write.' ya for fuflinformation
hIters of the committee wil lreport to Iabout ttlhheswll giv a prctica
1or of01 th fst anniversary of the start- IWylieibytacdksheywnoon.iveaprc ica Harley-Davidson Motor Co.
ugi1 cf the broadcasting department. Dorothy W_____by__ edesdayoon. otline of sales training and the ham I Milwaukee. Wisconsin.
------- - mediate earning possibilities.' It is
Rctr~r'i R11IttiurIIS 1,14SCe lubs tel-tired Iespecially desirable that juniors and,
S eisra Following a custom which has b.eenr seniors shall attend this meeting. a
' IegsrrArthur G. Hall, who hascrre ufosvelyertemm1_________________________
been recuperating in Florida, return- care utfrsvra etstemm
ed o is utesThusdy.hers of the University {tirls' Glee cu
edt i uisTusa.Registrar ~ ,. )

AN. 8-ROOM HOME (
HILL STREET

This is a reasonably priced place located on one of th
nixed good -residential streets.
There are 3 rooms on the first floor, 4 o, the seconc
on' the third. The finish is mnahogany and ivory and t
are oak. There is a fireplace.
If you look at this home you will appreciate its pos
We will be glad to show it at any time~.

MRS. GUSTINE

REALTOR

717 Nat'l Bank

Phone

Sundays $35J-Z. 27:38

be 'orhwit seilBall, who had been under- a surgeon's ILI tIULi Vlhti.IU1I 'kt
berocredwthbeoecr o -ya eoegin othsclub at a party yesterday a fternoon,,
p r o u r e b e o r e c o m l ct l y r e g i n e h i h e lt h a l ~ t,> B awa s e n jo y e d d u rin g tnt rh e t e w s e j o y dfterin g t h e afrn o n , ni
ioy. The price of i refreshments wero served.I
cents. READ STUDENT POETR-W'HIM- A program of clever songs ws ire-
- SIBS, lOc-Adv. sented byi the freshman club), including

Ter Good 1Flk, Use
RIDERS SPECXIAL INK
A superior founts ain pen i k
RIDER 'S PEN SHOP

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Iwomen interestedI in trying out
lass teams in tennis are request-
.o rejort ready to play at 4:15
Ek Tuesday afternoon at the lowe-
ousts at Palmier field. In case of
the report will ,be taken, at Bar-
gymnasiumi; those. who are un-
to come at this time are request-
o no~tifyr 1Miss Danielson or Julia,

WyVvern, .junior ,wonien's honorary
society, will, sell blue books from 10
to 11 o'clock in the Library and Uni-'
versitY hull ifor the remainder of the
semester, for the beneit~ of the Womn-
en's league. During examinations blue
books'will be on sale at all times.
They wil~l also be on sale invarious
league hou~ses a~nd sororities for the
remainder of the semester.
The schedue of the baseball games in,
the interhouse tournament is as fol-
lows: At 5 o'clock Monday at Palm-
er fild, 1'i Beta Phi vs. AlphaIEpsi-
Ion Phi, L~elta Gamma vs. Sorosis; at
6 o'clock Tuesday, Adelia Cheever vs.r
Zeta Tau Alpha; at 6:30 o'clocki Tues-
(lay, Al pba Omcitoni P vs. Delta Delta,
Delta,. Chi Omega vs. Kappa Delta.
In~' the games played yesterday, Al-
pha Phi defeated Kappa Alpha Theta,
12 to 10, an~d Alpha, Gammna Delta won
from Martha Cook, 9 to 4.

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edy and news.
Mfajestic-"Hun~ting Big Game in
Africa;" :Mermaid comedy,
"Hiolt Tight"; news.
Orpheum --- Edwvard (hoot)
Gibson in "Deads Game"; conic-
edy and news.
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Wuerth-Elmer Clifton's "Down
to the Sea in Ships"; comedy,.
"The Artist."

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EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTIONS

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Sunday Dinner
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Special Salads
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