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HILL WILLI
ADYISOS5H I

Wert Dieticiarn
Arrives To Cur e
U. S. Indigcstion!

Sophomore woml en will be present
t a class meeting to be held at 4
'clock tomorrow afternoon in Say-
i Caswell A ngel~l ha.il.
Women who wvish to sign for Junior
dvisorships during the coming year,
ly do so at thlis time. El1igibility to
ecome advisor-s consists in being in
ood standing. it Is the duty of the
nior advisors to assist the entering
eshmen womhen during the time of
gistration, aunl in whatever other
'ays they may be of service. They
ntinue as advisors throughout the
°ar.
At the meeting tomorrow, duties
ill be as,,;F; ed, and the wearing of
.e Ju~icr ia ~d isor. aadgcswill be ex-
lalned.
All organizations whichliave earn-
money for the Michigan League
tIiding fun )d must turn itilli to Neva
vewell 11:'(tomorrow, in order to
cur0 credit on the competitive chart'
rich is being compiled. Checks may
mailed to the office at Barbour
mnasium, and should be made pay-
de to the Michigan League campign
nd. All money which is turned in
er this date will not be included
the competitive chart.
All lockers in. Barbour gymnasiuml
ast be clearedt out by Friday noon
it is necessary for Mrs. Black-
ra to have tiie keys.
All women interested in doing social
rvice work, next fall, especially hos8-
.a work, are asked to sign up at
wherry hail as soon as possible. In '
it work aminimumn of two hours a
ei; is requiiced. .

KAPPA EfLTANINS 12
Kappa D~elta won the championship
in tl e inte-rhtouse baseball tournament
for the tird-7year in succession by de-
tea t", rBetsyv l1arbour with a score of
I to 1 " sterday afternoon at .Palmer
held,
Tbe game xways close .fromn the begyin-
n ng with the first inning ending 0 to
0. Tn the second inning Kappa Deltal
mxeone run, while* in the third in-
ningF f~etsy IBar'Dour made one run to
I .ap1)?a Delta's thr~ee. Only the first
half of the fourth inning was played.
with a result that no additional scores
were mia;'e.
r he ch.ampionship game ended the
interhousei tournament whlich has been
in progress : since spring wevather. Six-
teen tea its. from dormitories, sorori-
ties, and league houses were entered.
Senirs To Hold
Annual Break fasts

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Announce IEngageumat{
Announcement was made of the1
Kappa Kappa Gamma house Monday
evening of the engagement of Lucile
gleyers, '23, to Harlow H. Lippincott,
Y21E. Lippincott is attending the Mas-I
sa chusetts Institute of Technology,
where he is working. for his Mv.A. de-t
gree.I

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Manic uring

Chiropody

For that drawn, tired feeling
'try a Marinello Rest F'acial. It
is marvelous in erasin; those
tell-tale lines that fatigue and
worry, wvill etch on the fairest;
faces.
Marinello and Blurnham Cos-
metics used exclusively.
STODDARD HAIR
SHOP
707 N. Univ. 'Ave.
Phone 2652

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Work. in wlickhyou-
college' career count
Choose a life-work in which all you h~ave
learned will count- where you will continuze to
learn through associationa with mien of highi~
calibre-where your education will be an aid ina
mee~ting men.
Enter the insurance profession. Insurance -
Fire, Marine and Casualty -places you at once
in touch with big business men. Not only will all
you have learned be an asset but you will be daily
increasing your education along economic and
indstrallins.The Insurance business makes big'
men. Choose Insurance as y'our life-work.
The. Insurance Company of North America is
a national, historical institution - founded in
1792-with over a century anid a quarter of well
earnied prestige. Conservative policies and de-
pendable service ha~ve been responsible for the
growth and for the constructive activities of the
--Company in the developme~nt of the entire
insurance profession.
Insurance Comparny of
North America
PHILADELPHIA
and the
Indemnity Insur~ance Company of North America
write practically every form of insurance except life.

h"r JJidie Lasalle Ste'vens ,
Dfr. Julie Lasa lie Stevens, former
dietican of the late Sarah Bernhardt,
haxs arrived; in the United States to
impart her knowledge of dietetic prin-
cipal s to the American people. She
declares :that bad :health among Ama-
ericans is duce largely to stomach
trouble and that. the Divine Sarah's
long life' wad due to her adherence to
strict diets.
IATI THE THEATERS~

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Notlhin rmore incongruous, so far
as -n igegeinen ts are concerned, than
lemons; but they will play an , i-
porflant part at the senior women's
breakfast,; to be given at 8: 3J o'clock,
in the morning, June 14, at the Union.
The senior breakfast has long been a,
tradition at the university, and an
event to which senior womn look for-
ward eagerly.
It is at this time that all engage-)
ment4 are anuduncod in a unique. mani-
,nar. Slices of lemon are passeO, and'
ev.a11 engagedl womn takes a slice,
sho)wing.; in this manner that her years
of s~ngle; bliss are numbered. At the'
same time,' this method eliminates
1lushces and embarrassmrent, and aG-
co1plishes the task quickly and

Mlle. Anderson
I~le .?ndrson. who has recce tly
won the 'first prize at the Conserrvatory
of Dramatic Art in Paris,,'bid fair to
become one of the foremost stars of f
French drama.- She was, snapped!
while playing the role of Joap of Arc
recently.
smoothly.
A. prograin will be given after the;
breakfast. Tickets will be on sale to-
day on campus ahdI at the bookstores
at $1 each,

WINDOW SHADES
Properly Cleaned
ONE DAY SERVICE
H. S. COLLINS
106 E. Pion~e
Ily St. 278A

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Suits with extra Trourers
{.' OIIACE ULAVEAU cV
F No. So. -State ,St.

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Arcade "Souls for Sale,"
Elecanor Bloardman and
tara LaMarr; comedy
news.

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Bar-
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Lemonmfy, instead .'of coffee will ho
served b: .the Woxn s league on Lan-
terni night at the' Palmer field house.
Eivery one is requestd to bring her
own cup or glass.
An importan~t meeting of' the wom-
en of the~sophoinore'class 'will ~be held
at 4' o'clock tomorro~w afternoon .at'
Blarbour gymnasium.
Extra practice for the archery t ams
will be held from 19' to 12 and trom 2
to 4 o'clock tomorrow 'at Palmer field.
Those who had conflicts for the pre-
liminary contest may tryout 'during
the practice hours.
Goodrich house will sell frost bites
at the Lantern night' ceremonies to-
miorrow night. They will begin about
5 'oclock and continue during the eve-
ning . The fund will be turned overto
the Michigan League.
~Rehearsals this week for the Senior
Cirls' play will behfeld as follows:. Act
I at 4 o'clock' Thursday ;act II at 4
o'clock Friday; the cast at 7 o'clock
Saturday night.
Members, of Portia Literary society
are requested to send their summer
addresses to Charlotte Blagdon, 603
Monroe .street,~ before Wedn'esday,
June 6.
ASSOCIATION ELE CTS

Maesti c-Norma Talmadge
"Within the Law"; comedy as
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Wuerth-R upert . Hughes': "Gln-
me," with Eleanor Boardman
and Gaston Glass; comedy.
Orpheum- -Lois Wilson in "Broad
Day Light";; Pearl White in
"Plunder"; comedy.

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It isn'most graduationi time. This is
one of the most im~portant times in life
Rem~ember the graduate at this° time
With jewelry, the g1 iftat lasts.
Arthur H.O rnl
State. Street Jewelry.
302 So. State
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Four upperclassme~n for sales
staff to sell preferjred stock of
first glass investment corpora-
tion. Work commences June
25th.. Guaranteed salary and
commission. Application should
state full particu~lars' regarding
experience, age, class and de-
partment. Address EBOXFF,.
Milchigan Daily,
AN~D BE 5ATISFIEO

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dTMORROC Iw 2:30 AND 8:00 P,. M.I
TWOQ TIH USAND OIdENTAL AND CHINESE RUGS are
bc'ag ,aold at a.uc~on Uales at thle prices bid regardless of
thle value. 'This collection. of 2,000 antique and, mcdern
pieces represenits the finest' collection ever brought to
Ann Arbor and as fine a display as ever sho.yn in the
largest cities in th~e country..
Th e Rugs are on disay~~ every day and it will be well
worth your while to view the many beautiful rugs of every
desiredl size whether or not you are ready to buy. If you
v;is h to select ORIENT-AL BUGS th~is is your oprtUni'ty
to do so at the lowest price. The K. S. .Jaingotch collec-
tion offers you the most extensive selection possible. Plan
to attend, the AUC'TION TOMORRO W,.

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Garrick-Bonstelle 'company

tIes of the United States. Anyone in-
terested in joining may secure infor-
mat~on fronm Mrs. P. Brand Blansbard.
The annual membership fee is $2.00.
Patronize The Daily advertisers.

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MACDIARMID'S

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Officers for the coming year for the
Ann Arbor branch' of the American
Association of UJniversity women were :
elected at the annual meeting 'of tt.
organization wbich was held Satur -
day at Ypsilanti. They are as fol-
lows: president, Mrs. Julius 0. S'ciot-
terlbeck; vice-president, MNIi; ss -lon
Bishop; secretary-treasurer", Mrs.
j~rand Blanshard; recording secre-
tary, Mrs. Mabel Van Kleek. Mrs.
Schlottsrbe'ck was also clected as dlel-
egate to tlho national' convention of.
the association wh-iich will be hieldt at .
Portland, Orct 01, lbeg1.'in;g July 17.
Senior' wo-men pare urged to becom'
members of this organiza-tion, which'
has branches in all of the large ci-
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SIIIPT .DAILY }FROMI DETROIT

FAiCTIORY

Wec Send Candies Everyi'Co"p
ON THE CAMPUS
NEXT ARCADE THEATRE

in. Pareels Post

MAcDIARMID'S

ANN ARBOR STORE

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ASYOU HAVE 'NEVER.SEEN 9iT1'
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Ever notice how quick-
ly the flash of snow
white teeth creates
comment?
M ag-lac
Tooth Paste gives lus-
tre to the teeh-mke
them beautifully clean
and white. Keeps the
gums in fine condition
-leaves a pleasant
taste.
(Note: This is the only tooth
paste containing Milk of
Magnesia. Mag-lIac there-
~fore, designied to secure a
medicinal effect, corrects acid
mouth, which is generally
conceded to be the, cause of

WHOSE REMARKABLE WORX TN'

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STAMPS HER THE
ARTIST INCOMPARABLE A THE WOMAN SCOND

GOLIDWYN Puzss
ARUPERT4UGH4ES ICTUIRE

:Never has she been
more superb ?than ;ini
the crashing emotional
climax.

,The lay that has thrilled
millions
will ne-ver grow cold,

REGINALD DENNY
In the First One of the N !"W 1eitbier uPusher Series
MA~JESTIC ORCHESTRA

Only a -'frienfl l f ,shop
girl - blamed f~c'an-"
other's th eft.
"I'll make you pa.,iy ;'or
every minute I ,;;,-,-
'- jail," , he tells h er
heartless Employer..
Free a.a ii!

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