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T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

IM WILL I lI
AtN OfdUTDOOR STAGSE

ATmerican ,Pianist
Scores In Berlin

0. I)AVI OFWI)1TROIT WILL
CONSTItT;CT $CENER ITY AiMJ)
P~ROPEIE S
Senior women have been roaming
is glades no' Sherwood forest in. pre-
Iration fer thir annual play which
all be rsnd on the night of,
mne 15. "Shierwood," by Alfred
over, i., an entirely (different type
"iplay ';han tbomse that have hitherto
,n given by senior women and its
.sentation will be especially en-I
ced bjy tho naturl effects of the]
itdoor stage.
There will1 be no indoor scenes, the
tion taking place on open glades, In)
:art yards an forests. The scenery
Ii be constructed by Mr. C. 0. ;Davis,
Detroit, and propertijes such as old
shioned svvo.'ds and shears for fenc-
Swill be made at the Ui~uyersity
rrkshop. Steins of every variety and
(wooden' plates to be used in the
quet scene are being collected -by.
e committee. Those in charge of
operties are: Luvernt Hays, chair-
n, ElizaibethBFell, Dorothy Brown,
.cy Huber, Maude Talcott, Margaret
rthin, F. th-er ~Welty, and Marjorie.
sterman.:
rickets for the affair will be on sale
xt week.,

le sknownt ~world oxerc for the MITZSSING STUDET' I Lane'.'E111. Camp Periods begin Jzrly
d '.t,(li=y o"tetred ti adtat 1(T'T~ X Tf'? ,9 n 3
they.m kE tl3O ii '( :Veetian P~c iiA )'_"'Na. # .he w"rk, whi:_'1 ill .eqlraout
lctobsen I---- thrt e hours a dlay, will consist of di-
J 1lenrY M. "Garber, '2 5Mt, wlio dsa-ect ig a company of boys in a'thlet-
are fro th Uicrtyo reFi daily,aml organizing and teach-
3, has1,eenigagroup ofboys 1in Bible class once
0n cordi ng to w ord r3'oe llcive oe y se- __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
ET ui ilEMBNfl 1 1dAtht1,,time of hidi apeac,~ i~shld Singx Tomorrow
tC-eods~ruidbt artier was thought to have ~Oue- Al eir will gather in front of
fvl? o VM ecnd ?iz i ebte1tally unbalanced due to ovrokr h eil building at 7 o'clock to-
ilesat the time of the s est -. -uorc night for the first outdoor"
betw ecz ,t ownmen of v Univor- .ahuination nzerlod. lie drew i ony.OiOr this spring. Singing will be
city or :.ii an and Ohio State Un- from the 'bank, and according tt,>to , i y Captain Wilson, director of the
Avers ity has.aleadyBerl started. The ; Bufalo advices, travelled a"fi'asitbad. These concerts will be held ev-
(ldate for th e dc'Iat has been set font would -talie him. cry Wednesday evening from now
Frdyeeig eebr7 h i- Ile is at present eniployed in c 'on, unless the weather causes a
falo hoi~tal and is said, to be :n poo~ld af~lgo of date.
;l st ha<. , been xlosen, and is "'Resolvedi, 'healtha and without mental imnair-;

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f 1 aro ies Carif.t x'von Jirst
Berlin, music lovers have received.
with acclaim Baroness Carita von
j orst, daughter of the late Dwight J.
Parteollo, of Washington, who has
made a great hit with her wnonderfhul

that the Towner-S;t rljag bill szhould mealt. ;TP4U"3"I;Y
bec ens14 " Mti'al o-n the sub- -
nC . i~ e hadat the libra ry. i EPITY MEN WANTED) I S EN I 0 R uS Y
,uisi lign ill hJ7ave an a ffirmnativeAS8 ' CAP S R i CGt the highest salary and the posi-
and neatie tam.Theaffrmaive____ti n you want as a teacher. Open-
will debate Ohz iitingative team herej ings in all States. Ask "for free en-
and Michigan's negative teamx will go Two college mneta are wanted to; rollinent blank and list of Michigan
to Columibus and debate Ohio's arnrini- serve as leaders at Camp Rtoosevrelt, graduates placed by us.
Live toafn. a boys camp hear LaPorte, India'na, Specj ialists' Educational Bureau
rm.y-asf ra the teams will be held' for three to seven weeks this sj O Cdgen Bldg. St. Louis, Mo.'
a fend wcock; after registration in the J mer, according to a communication
fall. Women' eligible for cavmpus ac-j received by Lewis C. Reimann, '16, in TOD)AY 11.1R DAY.
tivitie s are c r(cstcd by the Oratori-
clAs oci(,ation to try out. A date
Sw Al be given i the fall when the tw~o
[ Iomcn 'c sn~,ocie'ties, Athena and ip - i }eTODAY
Portia, w ill hold socaety try-outs. e' r
}'From these try-outs,, each society U~A D
selects sit~ of its mremblers to entery d
.. ,nta campu3is try-out. %,omen not belong- '".:
inig to either one of the debating so- T M R O
c:eties wvill be given an opportunity
to try o at, and from th is try-out, six
will be chofse , xwho will enter thne 11.1 A T R S L
ca:rupus try-outs.
MASQUES TOGIVE
LAST PLAY TONIGHT I
"Wil-O-To-~vis",a one act play'
by Doris 11. Harlan, will be presented
at 8 o'clock this evening in SarahG ON0 D B T' I L
Cas well Angell hall by members of

192 a etvlIs Now a M/e mo -ry
Wouldn't yout enjocy hearing the great artist:, sing; and play
the May Festival and the other beauuiful mus ic for you asoc
as you wished?

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L__~orn I
Alast chance, will be given to try
out for class tennis teams, frona4' to'
6 o'clock today.
Rehearsals Ifor the :Senior 'ir.'s'
play aro a9 follows: Acts 2
and 3 at 4 o'clock today in the
parlors of 'Barbour gymnasium; acts
4 and 5 at 4 o'clock tomorrow in Sar-
ah Caswell Angell hgll.

technique. She is the second Ameri-
can woman pianist to win favor in
!GCermany.
Czeclh Lace Will
Be Shown 'At Tea
Czechio-Slovarian lace, of a kind
seld7om exhibited in this country is
beln eron -at the Westininister hall
tea from 2:30 to 5:30 o'clock in the
af.teioon today and 'tokiorrow.'
The laces comec directly fromn the
vDiages of the Bohemian peasants and
the Czechs, of the Carpathian moun-
tains through th-e efforts of baroness
Suiney, herself a Czech, who is work-
, ing to give the peasants a better p~rice
for their handilwork luaut that afforded

There's, one supreme;.'way of making this possible.

A- V"' -

tor V ictrola an~d the Mtchless Victor AtOst Re co-ds- will
bring the beat Music into your home.

'See us fr a Vctrola..

Easy terms of pa,)yment.

Schaebe.,le & So A/Music lHo-use

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I'1l0 S. MAIN ST.

F aseresis the fuinAl activity oif th1is
scety for the year,. It is unusucal

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The installation ceremonies for the
officers of the Women's league will be
held on. Friday, afternoon, in Sara
Caswe ll Angell hall.
Thie Freshman Girls' Glee club will
meet at 4:30 o'clock tomnorrow after-
noon in Barbour gymnasium. As this
is the last meeting of the year, it is
important that every member should
be. presenlt. Plans will be made for
tho annual spring serenading trip.
The last archery practice before
the preliminary tou rnament on Mon-
dlay, May 28, will be0 held at 4 o'clock
this afternoon at Palmer field.

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1In their laces and embroideries, thx:e
Boh emiain pieasants have pictured
flowvers,, the religious symbols, and
colors of nature as perfectly as the
medium of the needle will pillow. Their

in claracter, t1me setting being in a
onihProvince it Land's End, and
iP. emnbodies zi (chary cteristic nmysticismj
and beliesf in fairies.
The stage setting has baeen designed
by Professor J. Raleigh Plelson, who
iLs particularly intercstc(d in the play
because hi: imother',s home was in
coTTnv, .ll, ;andl lie himself is leavifng1
for nln in a few weeks. The
ply i., being,< given for rnembers of
Mawci ;e.

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AT 'T R E T 11,9

Screen---today

The fairy group of thue Senior Girls'
play wvill rehearse at 5:o'clock tomor-
row in Barb~our gymnasium.
Memnbers of th, irls' AMandolin.
club will meet for a picnic at 5 o'clock
today at Newbherry hall. in case of
rain, a regujlar meeting will be (held
wit election of officers.-
-W. to . "-l 1o Programat Adrian
Undertaking a new bind of work, a
group of 10 women of the University
Y. . -. C. A. will go to Adrian this aft- I
err oon to present a program for the
g'iOs of the Industrial home. A pro- k
gv m of music and readings will be 1
pr lenited. If the plan is successful II
it Will be made a regular purt of the
w ftk of tile association next year.
hai lina Schools Ce'a npiiztee to l'°itet, I
emibers of the Commlittee on DTi -
p1611 'awscool s vw11l'feet at3:1i5 '- I
elo ce: tcday inib te office of Cthe presi- I
(1de t of the Uiversity 1,as announeed
by Jrof. J. 13,-Edmron'son, of the s icool r
of' rd,,lation, secretary of the cmmnn;t-
toe

Arcae - Joseph IHe:
er's "Tho lBright h
-R~iih'p ~3a'1tflnies
maid comeody, "Kick
Majestic-"'here thea
Ends" wvith Alice -Ter
ry: Semon comedy; Bi
and his Band.
Wuerth--M ry Pickfordl
of the Storm Country"
and news.-
Orplieum- William R

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rgesheim-j
awl"' with'
y Mer-(
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Pavement
ily Moore
1 in "Tess
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tussell in
medy and
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Bonstelle1
Old New J1

OD Y ,I'M" 1)AY.
To men who are eager to shorten the
years between the time they' leave
school and the time wh~en they are
fitted to fill a position of responsibil-
ity and trust, the Babson Institute of-
fers an intensive training course of
one or two years.
From actual experience the funda-
mental principles of business are
made clear. By positive examples.
the student is shown how to apply
these principles in the conduct of
every day commercial affairs.
Babson Institute, an educational in-
stitution endowed for the purpose of
fitting mnen for executive responsibil-
ity, invites you to send for their book,
"Tri-ning for Business Leadership."
Write -oay No obligation.
Babsori Institute
Wellesley Hills, (s5o~if) Moms.

In deciding upon one's life-work there is one
very imaportacnt coiisiderationa every far-seeing man
will maake. ieI will select a field where the edu-
cation, gained through his college career will not
be wasted.
An ideal future is ofe'r-cd by the Fire, Marine
and Casualty Insurance business.
Insurance is close to the interests of every busi-
ness. It is close to the interests of the officials of
every business, It is a matter which will brim;
you into immediate contact with big men and
big afl'airr.
The Insurance Comipany of North America is
3a national, historicalin tuo -fufd n
1792--with over, a centu.ry and a qu arter of well
earned prestige. Conservative policies and de-
pendable service, have been. responsible for the
growth and for the constructive activities of the
Company in the development of the entire
insurance profession.
InsurTance Company of
North America
PHILADELPHIA
4-nd the
Indemnity Insurance Company of North America
write practically cvery for-nin of inswrance except life.

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LAST
TIMES

LASS'
TIMES
TODAY

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T1he Masterpiece
r ,. 1923
'1 To Miss Seim; This 1400 Per CentPicture W u, dBe
- n 'An Instice To °You vJ f.Y ouHve Aked For Te
Baz helmess-Gith Co4:Tbiina n in A TRULY GREAT.
P'U- RCDUCTiCN---T heir Efforts Hre Foreer Chalks
Thera In Th-e ~H-all Of Fame Which All Strive- Fr But
.:Fe. Attain2.
. ;S. HELSDON, M ianager.
- ~Love in Her Heat,M
' ]death in Her . niiI !
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Pajaas of stylish i
In White or Dajnia~pPas.1cl Shadcs
Well made and lonps -wear'ing
"2 to $'5.75
s Vacation Dwdrobes ;Must
sl Cut eattractiVe steepin71g g
.,' ~ments as well as the 'm

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f asinoating of Daytimne cos-
Siuecs !. A bountiful supplv)
of f resh, cool, 'and cornfort-
aible siccping garments al-
looms one to f uili) recover
from faliguingl"I warm days!
And thecsc dainip pajamas of
fine soisette, muslin or AB3C
silig are just the, thing to fill
such needs!

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White Muslin trimmed i colors
White m~uslin pajamnas come in strictly tailored mode with
bands of ccl'.cet gingham or plain colors about- the necks'
and sleeves. Tipy may be trimmed in blue, pink, orchid, or
tan. They are priced $2.00 and $2.25.

Dimity and Soise i te
Models' $3.50 and $4
SDainty pajamnas of striped dim-
ity in white are piped with or-
Schid while orchid barred dimity
mondels have ,a, bit of embroide~r-

Daity Silk
Models, $5.75
The most attractive pajamtras are
mlade of a fine quality ABC silk
-id nmay be had in pink, blue,
orchid or rase. Thev are esxne-

ASuper-Production so.-much better than-.the
Original -,s to Defy Comparison and Beg-

We won't attempt to tell yov
are. Just ask any one of yc
has heard theme.

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ur friends who HAVkEINT

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