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DAILY

D 11t i5 -

ation ceremonies for the new
of the Women's league will
n Friday, Mai 20, instead of
rnoon as was announced in
v Sunday.

Money for all evenQ; which havo
been given for the benefit of the
University of Michigan League build-
'ing fund, must be turned in by June
1 to Neva Lovewell at her office in
Barbour gymnasium, so that the com-
petitivo charts may be com piled.
Checks should be made payable to the
Michigan League campaign fund.
A limited number of tickets for the
Y. W. C. A. breakfast to~ be held to-
morrow~ morning at Barbour gymnas-j
ium,. may still be secured today by
calling at the office of Newberry hail.
Chaperones for the dances this week'
end are as follows: Union, Fiday,,
Mrs. Yates Adams, Saturday, Miss M.
Hills; Armcry, Friday, Mrs. M. Cake,
Saturday, Mrs. Fl. G Berger
All sophomores ar~e required to have
final physical examinations by 4 o'-
clock. Wednesday afternoon, May 23, in~
Barbour gymnasium Those who have;
not yet signed uip may make appoint-
ments in the office of the gymnas-
imn.
The rifle range at Palmer field will
not be open for practice this after-
noon on acc'ount of the Minniesota-
Michigan game. Any women who
would like to shoot tomorrow after-
noon at the outdoor range out State
street are asked to call B'ernitco ereg-
y at166-W before tomorrow noon.
Baseball games in the In~erhouse
tournament. were postponed the for'e-
part of the week du~e to the rainy
weather. On the first day of good
weather thie followinkg games will be
playe~d atPalmner field: at 6:30 o'clock
in the morning, Pi Beta Phi vs. Alpha
IAT THE THEATER$S
Sten---Today
1Arcade- Alice Brady in "The
Sow Bride"; Charlie- Chaplin
in "The Pilgrim." 4oni I
"Loe~s Bound"; comedy, "'The
~.Four Flusher"; Tanger's Col-
lege Girl band in new pro-
gram.

Eps On Phif, and Nieta Delta Delta vs. compelling thenh to support their des-Enr S l Sates and Mexico, according-to W. gfam for the piorrinotof 1ood-wll Ten 1td tProcei J aFn
Alphta Omicron Pi, at5 o'clock in the tituite parents. STMIENTGAN 1 f . Kelsey,' state "student secretary of between stuldents of the two contres, Prcees fro chor In teron
afternoon,'Kappa Alpha Theta vs. Now- Th~ law provides imprisonment at the Y M. C. A. of Michigan, who Total ekpeises wril be from $300 wihte eb fteD1aG
berry, and Delta Gamma vs. Sorosis; hard labor for not. les than three I T I v RI ilr was here yesterday to interview Uni- to,$3 inisudlug transdportation from ma' sorority manag d on May 3,I4uam
at 6:30 o'clock Zeta Tau Alpha vs. Adl- months nor in're than_ one year, it JMIT li I Ufl pj 1j1jj ; versity students. interested int the Chicago, It Is eimated., Further In- 'mfltt 20.Acec o h
Betsy Barbour. Further games will , conited of failing to support their than 600 othr American students, will city of Michigan Lague fund.
qte announced when'the above have parents when able to do so. It pro- CETO F IVp tTO 1atn h umrssina h
been played., vidos 'further that sentence shall be I RID OBECT Or, University of Mexico from July 5 -to M.Fak3 oaarpeet- GRSI o r neetdl
suspend]ed when a aond of $S 1000 i TOUR August 18.o h aina iti f'c sligti imor a1313 n
Oti~32f Heads t f gt p'rou;thet Nationalor laughter will ;- Thengithisn sdeinericallll32ea-e fan
W om nea sew e p t a ten so hner dahter wdl h ihga eeain illaecomipany, ntervfewe a niiobr of afternoon for appointment.:Adv.-.
1raentwit ncesaryai More than 25 students from various Chicago June 27, and will be underoftegruah ls at
sh. aelterwhod,(e nd chemebeiro higan cottg las as
R e li eft Comannttee proper sbl~,focr n lt-IMichianclleges will e to Mexico M. Kelsey's supervision. Prior to week, and will beiK the Office f theT ya
dren under 1' yeas of age do notl City this summer in connection withI the opening of the school trmn andi Dean of Students, room 2, University
; bere rtunde the aw. theproject now being fostered for' during the summer points of htistori- hal, again at 11. o'clock this mrn- I'
e SbIn shour t te law.vrulysae the ups of creating "International cal interest will be visited. Confer- ing to meet- those tues who may "BuddyI $ vk
grwehidexrosii h mind" and international good will be- cees. wl1 be held with professors and wish further information or positions "
X, ~well being of their parentsjs as twee n student bodies of the United Mexican students, to discuss a pro- with the company.
the parents, years before were res-I.j .~ ,:,____ "..
pcson o h cr ffl al sible111111111111111AIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOiIII1111tII1111lI for thellltcare111of 1the chtil-'1
u flook out for temselves. It puts into NO R Z!
K '...~ de bfoeth lterwre able to _ ~Yu, sha ved this morning? °Wha
(nciethe ,commandment "Honor ' will you -o:about goig out toall1, Q1
-h ' o heteaer ti
Thy ather end Thly Mother"', accord- _- e~
in to those sruetl nbinigev eeigharti
sv { g intuetlYnbign Will you" shave
about its itroducdtion in the legisla-= again
tue It isn't necessary
The bill was known as one sponsor- at at-if'you Wyave a
edl by w ome~n, but the women didl not ,=sta n. o f ."Buddy la ,lbyfri I eaea"a'. Bok.,
f-". lo- o t tbcm "nn."~"ros"Just
'bill almost from the 'start and was 1_ sprinkle a little
%Achampioned warmuly by the legisla--= "Buddy Brooks"
____ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___into your hands
l , ors and rub it on to /US
Par -- h Dil dvr srs :eTry this "and l,./ .I
;:Patoniz.ThfDailyadvetisos.I-see how frs
a 50 y
9' -
Mrs. Percy V. Pennybacker
Mrs. Percy V. Pennybacker, of Auts- -COMING -te
tin, Tex., former president of the gee- Ti etrsMC ~ ibrt
oral Federation of Women's clubs, has picture en ictr /.y1
been chosen chairman of a new comrn- Rv°i!CHAR/ p ^,-
mittee for the relief of child refugee
dharges of the. Near East relief.- With ooh
LAW AMr~lENDMENT -
>IV ~t~r1 T _you loo and feel. And you will leo.
BENEFITS PARENTS - ~the samealvnigt.
Joseph Hergeshreimr's Colorful W - Lots t lr ThanTlr alc
Detroit, May 17-(By A P)-Wo- oin~ fCbnNgt IN STILL ANOTHER GREAT PROGRAM owtcofCbnNgs For "Buddy B3rooks" is etirely di
men f te 'tait wh ar enggedin _______________________ferent' from- ordinary "talcum" 1
'men of :_______f_ e; state__ who_ are________engaged_____in___--___x.__isn't "slik" and "shiny" like tale.
humanitarian actirties believe that a' teiter is it "ticky" and "heavy
forward step has been taken thrqugh -ON THE SCREEN- ; like women's face powder. But it I
p3ssage by the last legisature of ana"MnsPwefoMn"buI
amendmnent- to the exitip l tat 1LE you let the women folks get hold a c
will comnpel persons xingood fi nanctial =x D EalI" E ouhr cnyul ae obyyus
circuhstances to support , their par- B -aohes~ ire as fate.
cuts, provided the latter are in need Flo113w STAR OF "1C'ONTE ~CISTOTCV'For -itter shaing "udd a.No.al
Theaefect of -now amendmenttThatkIN- well and felso pleas
i t is pointed t b th ne w oa n dmenCt- h C -ant,' but it s also highly healing an TttIs p i t d , t by he W o a ' C tX lt l c t o sk n r i a
J1 Nqk tionTh0ea INrightup when you u
take the parents of ome well-to-do / T G L "Bui' Buddy Brooks."
-men and w omen out of the ipoor B1Lf- G LDV.-BY- y drg, trwllouppyyu.
houses. I '~~ ~ akfor a3 can of "BuddyBrooks"
h lls statutory change Was 1-Lbrought D
ChurhghGeogeBarr* iVic uiii
abt u~aus asome adults t i vch- _bIJ) = E olid drecommended from eper
gan have boasted to the authorities - -. -StncFbynalS-FlUtchersiugyo.,ve
that there= was no law !int- icigan .- N --~ tt tE n-5 nvriyA
.. _________.____ -nues and State and Packard Sts., an
Math.asigtnCa ; creht 1' 11 rIA S n DO T j t FL Rt..rpen rgSoe, 1 .Mi
evryFrda.:ic'sDrg fresh 11327N. MinS t. andT every oth
ev ertrdy.Adv. rg'Str. 13Wgod -drug ptores nd toilet goo
M Lierty-Ad, . ;11111f111III1pI1111t~1I11111i111 111111i11d~lllfl11i11 ilff~iilf11tI~tT111IC~i~lllIE 1 Ilt~t11111D1111t#t111 11111t1111s ino Annr Arbor.bor

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wpheumn - Charles Jones in
"The Boss of Camp 4"; Regin-
ald Denny in "The New Leath-
er Pushers."
Juerth-Soli's Marimbo ban.d in',
new bill; John Gilbert in George
Barr McCutcheon's "Truxu'm
King,,; theDoo-Dads in ."Don't

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Safety in Transit.

we are agan of ferin~g you as
Opportunity tQ- See this cem
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HieSte qis-- --
-mit of jail!
-a parson's AoUthsI
-a pftlpit!
-a girl's hearts
--a thous andi laughs!-

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