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June 01, 1923 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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°rf. Brurnr Will,
Direct Senior Play

IJune 14, 'on an open air stage. He has
made Senior and Junior Girls' plays a
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Mrs. M. Cake, Saturday, Mrs. Yates
#'Adams; Armory, Friday, Mliss Martha

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WOMEN SIGN
'ISORSIIIP

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woman who will be a Juniorf
ar will be required to pay a
dvisor tax of 75 cents, it was
at a meeting of sophomore
held yesterday afternoon in
'aswell Angell hall. This sum,
ssmaller than that paid other
sbeing levied on each woman
;lass, instead of on the juniora
alone. Women are urged to.
tax as soon as possible.
than 100 women signed at this
for junior advisorships during
ling year. Those who have
an opportunity to sign are
ado so as soon as possible.
ies of the advisors were ex'-
and the committee chairmen
omen were urged to begin to!
lays for - next year's Junior
a v.

success 1or sverl lyeatrs .7i11, SatdaUy, M~rs. Ph'yius Rey-*
nol ds.
I Michigan Dames will hold the last
, l meeting of the year Tuesday evening
~I*%I~at Newberry residence. The annual
picnic for the husbands will1 be a't the
!adisland Saturday night.3
All lockers in Barbour gymnasium- .
must be cleared out by this noon Tickets for tihe Senior Girls' 1;l y
as it is necessary. for Mrs. Black- to be given on Thursday, June 14, can
bur to have the keys. be obtained for $1 and $1.50 at Wahr' s
and Graham's bookstores unt alum-
All women interested in doing social nae day, June 14, when the sale will
ervice work next fall, especially hos- be conducted at Alumni Memorial hall.i
vital work, are asked to sign up at Mlail orders can be obtained until June
\ewberry hall as soon as possible. In{ 10 by addressing Katherine Kuhlman
.his work a minimum of two hours aj at Martha Cook building, and enclos-
veek is required. ing a self addressed stamped envelope.

IOthers may want, but why
you. Call 9GO,

should
--Adv.

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COMINGi SUNDAY
MARIE PROVOST-
AND
MONTE BLUE

MARTHA WASHINGTON Candies
Ifresh every Friday., Tice's, 113 East
Liberty.-Adv.
The new Lit. 2u!ilding is growing.
have you watched the classifieds
grow ?-Adv.

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Rehearsals this week for the Senior
Girls' play will be held as follows: Act
II at 4 o'clock this afternoon; the cast
at 7 o'clock tomorrow night.
Mlemnbers of Portia Literary society
are requested to send their summer
addresses to Charlotte Blagdon, 603
Monroe street, before Wednesday,
June 0.
Chaperones for the dlances this week
end are as follows: Union, Friday,

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GILBERT'S Chocolates fresh every
Friday. Tice's, 113 East Liberty.

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!e The Baily advertisers.

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Prof. jobniI f. 1rujm
Professor Drumm is directing the
annual Senior Girls, play, "Sherwood,"
which will be, presented on Thursday,

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FOUNTAIN PEN .INK
"'The Ink That Made
t'he F'ountain Pen Pssible
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A dash ofApril, abit of
May, a breth of June «.A
New Spring Oxford with
life and youth in every
linea Severly simpl in
pattern and moderately
wide in last -In Golden
Brown, Ruddy Brown or
Black Calfskin c
ON DISPLAY
TODAY
at GEORGE KYER'S
S.-ores in iA'sYorkB okYn Wewvarkt
2'kita.*..hr''2drss for Mail rdetrs
111 Da vu& irec-NewYtarkCity

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AND
TOTMORROW

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TODAY

Let Us

Help You Choose

Trrhat

Graduation

Gifts

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GLADS WALTON
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k AND
REGINALD DENY
IN
"THE NW LEATHER PUS HERS"

Al

We carry a complete line
of toilet articles, candies
and other fitting g'ifts for
tis great occasion

MANN'S DRUG

STORE,
S T REET

218 SOUTH4

MAIN

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - - - - --

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TODAY AND SATURDAY

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Suit, Prices 'Slashed for

Quick Sale !

Manfy

actually

below

cost

MlAYBE IT WAS HER BABY STCARE;
MVAYB3E iT WAS HER SMILE;
MAYBE iT WAS HER ANGEL EYE-
MAYBE!'
13U .
LOOK OUT--

XAJ EIVE cut the h eart righlt out, of prices

on every

Sit in our entire stock. Finest ,armnts of the
sson, Superbly tailored of richest rabrics go at re-
dJuctis ,almost neJiT~I !h e y' v e got to be
cleared away flow--- this week!.

~angockSuits, $60 and,$65'
values .. . a .$41.50,

Extra

Seciul

Norfolk1S, $55 values

$37-50

Brooks Model Sack Suits,

$55 to $70 values

0$37.50

Sports Su its, $50 and $55
,values... $33,50
Brooks Model Sack Suits,

Arrow Shirts
$2.19!
Regularly $2.75
B RAND new Arrow
shirts that just came
itoo late for regular
spring business. So here
they go at a sacrifice
price!
Macde of fine white polo
cloth with attached col-
lars that button clown or
are plain. They're priced
ev 'rywher e at $2.75, but
wc' ee slashing them' to
$2.19.
Gieat Sale of
Tdies
At 65C, $1.15
EC EL L ENT
asortment of $1.50
ties go this week-end at
$1.15. Smart $1. bow
ties reduced to 65c.

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When a Woman has the Eyes'
of a,,trAnge and the Soul of a
Vantire -- -LOOK. OUT!

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$45 to $55, values

a $33.50

Tha%00

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Sports Suits, $45 and $50
vles ... ... $29.50
Brooks Model Sack Suits,
$40 to $50 values . $29.50
Terms cash ; alterations extra

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-SUPPORTED? 0BY-

HARRISON FORD
GEORGE WALSH

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