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PE -MICHIG~AN DAILY

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OMEN SET APRIL 5 ASI19GUI -BN ETIE
Dean Jean Hamilton will address
ie women of the University at the
nnual Women's League banquet
hich will be held at 12:30 o'clock on
aturday, April 5, at Barbour gymnas.-
m. An alumnae representative,
hose name is to be announced later,
ill also talk. Stunts of various kinds
11 complete the program.
The committee for this affair in-
udes Frances Maass, '25, general
airman; Elizabeth Liebermann, '25,
blicity; Dorothy Eggert, '25A, post-
s; Blanch Kynast, '24, toastmistress;
uth Carson, '26, prokrams; Olive
acKay, V'25, stunts; Beata Wagner,
5, serving; Florence McComb, '25,
'nner, and Ellura Harvey, '25, tick-
s.

Circuit Rider's
Widow Occupies
Pulpet 30 'ears

1 Robert l1ai ron Henderson is lost,
Th3S rsh r trayed or stolen before we appear in
e tr l l '" a Junior Girls' play.
Pases Y Gn. 111e 11"omten to Give Tea
_______________________The regular wc ekly tea given for the
graduate worsen will be held from 4 to
'ei 1 E BR W L at or excess of dumbness that~ makes1 Betsy Barbour. :Miss Majory Lindsey,
He looked before he sat dlown, too.j studying geology here on the
[ an it o a grl'sTat i a mvie.gg scholtr shi Mianehese eng.,whes
1W/TI AT L ftI ~~~~~FDE ~Must be one of those much-remarked Rgs:hlrhp ilb h us
--eye:-strain cases. of honor. Mrs. Brand Blanshard and
'New members will be initiated at j Mrs. Theophile Raphael will act as
W~ X. A. A. spread which will be held qNachalance_ is quite the thing in otse Ti ek
at 5:30 o'clock,, Thursday, April its '~at itttdes thix aeason. It is worn pre-
Barbour gym nasi-i.Tisiiii Ho Ifei'ably with °ah unconscious air. For! Paris, March 24. - Sadi Leccinte,
will include both the active and as-I illustration refer to several welli France's most noted aviator, has been
ciate members. known B M 0QC's.j made an officer of the Legion of Ron-
Class numerals will be awarded to; or, while Mil1e. Adrienne Bolland, the
all the ,teams in the najor spj and 4W like th e way our instructors first woman' to fly across the Andes,
to hitWas created a knight of the order.
a bask~etball cup will~ be ~res~nted t lfttheir hats when they meet u5 in
the house wand class championis at ! ,defereneo t~o the casual flea-brul- I ~ u fiinc oueDii
this time. ing gesture our men friends use. It'ssillueds.-Advto.seI~i
Each team will be represented in aE lasie.-Av
class stunt as well as the faculty stunt We could have had enough dlatesI

Daily claslfled for

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BOARD t
(Without Breakfast)
FOUR DOLLARS
604 EAST WASHINGTON
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ALL NIEJUNS*I? LIMTURS AND CRU
A sm-ll depo,t a o r spate. I),lay no lonp r
E. G. KUEBL ER 61 .Huo ' , h
Lcelsd lamt{ Bonded Ste2a.;lip and Linvrance A94
WE WRITE ALL, KIND6 of INSURAN

results.

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which is scheduled for this date. Mus- to start a fruit store this week-end
ic will be furnished for the dancing but, hang it all, that philosophy paper
which will follow the *spread.j is too stubborn to get written without

IRVINOI WARMOLS, D. S.
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Soethilng More!
After meals you-want something more--a bit of
sweet with a change of flavor. WRIGLEY'S is
that "something more". and it's more than that I
It is a great aid to your good health, as medical
authorities say.

Notices,

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Full attendance is requested at the
reekly meeting of the University'
irls' Glee club at 4:30 o'clock to-
ay Extra rehearsals for the faculty
)ncert appearance will be announced
tthat time.
Wyvern will meet at 7:15 o'clock
morrow at the Delta Delta Delta
ouse, 718 Tappan road.
'Members of the Atheina Literary so-
iy will meet at 7:15 o'clock tonight
the Alpha Nu rooms. The freshmen
rill debate on the subject of immigra-
on.
Dr. Margaret Bell has returned to
nn Arbor and will hold her, office
ours as usual.
Vill Give Play
At League Party
Mummers will presen~t a one-act,
lay at the Women's League party
bich will take place from 4 to 5:45
'clock, Friday. There will be re-;
,hments andidaning for 'which a
ve-piece orchestra has been en~gag-
d. All women are invited to' attend
ie party, which is given for the pur-
ase of fostering good fellowship
nong the women on~ the campus.
UMP COMMENTS
ON JUNIOR PLAYJ
The Rev. Herbrt A. Jumip, in speak-
Eg of the Junior Girls' play Sunday,
id: "If any of you have a sister
'ho was in thlat play, you should
Sproud of that sister; and if any of
)u have a friend who was in any way
nnected with the play you should
n. roud of that friend."
He commended the production for its
ean and wholesome wit and stated
at the theme of the play was one to
e noted; namely "that fathers are
ist about the same as their sons and
at human nature does not change
ry much."
uniiversity Girls Show Style.
Austin, Tex., March 24.-Styles for
e coming seasont in all their latest,
hases were shown at the Queen the-E
er Tuesd1ay and Wednesday nights
hien seven of the most beautiful gi rls
tthe University of Texas displaye
~ousands of dollars worth of cloth-
g, jewelery and accessories.

Mirs. Wllhi Finlay Ihidian
Mfrs. William F13inlay Dudmnan is the
widow of a clergyman and circuit rider
and has herself ridden the circuit and
occupied the pulpit of the. Methodist
church at Towanda, Ill., for the last
30 years. This 'is believed to be the
longest pastorate of any woman In the
country.
After her marriage to the- Rev. Mr.
Dudman, Mrs. Dudrgian 'became so
much interested in is work that she
decided to become a minister too. She
entered a theological school, received
the necessary training, and was duly
ordained, and 'has occupied a pulpit
regularly ever since.
Mrs. Dudman gives the same time
and. energy to her work that a man
would give and sees no reason why
women should not be pastors as well
as school teachers. She has been a
widow,-since 1922, and has been a fam-
iliar figure over the central Illinois
circuit for three decades and is re~-
garded as one-of the most, successful
pastors of the C ntrat Illiri~ots co~fer-i
ence. °

All University women are invited to us.
attend the spread whether they are:Otopds
members of the W. A. A. or not. Slips All we have to say is we hope this ) lo~t~Poe26
will be sent to the various houses on
the campus and the, women are urged'.111111111111111111111111t11119111119E11111Ui1111111
to sign up for the spread and return .
the slips as soon as possible. Sev- = LAST TIMES TOD)AY
eral of the houses have made known a 'A-
their intention of giving up their reg- ? :;dl ::30) 7:00 3
ular dinner ii order that the women i= .._
may attend the spred.fhebew.on.
ing ytmwl eue at this time As wonder ful a picture as rI l''"
and the 'zone which leads in the num-- 1
her of women attending will be noted."'The Miracle Man"
Y. W. C. A. WILL W >e sad tis VII-
COND)UCT VESPERSBeas
Lila Reynolds, '24,1 will lead the first
of the Y .x A.,pre-Easter services WIt's T I ue!
to be held at 4:15 o'clock today in the
Y. W. C.' A. parlors of Newberry hall.,-
Her topic will be "God's Love in
Nature." C a
ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS LI:dE I
Central Time (Slow Time) A ______
L~eave ,Chamber of Commerce V
Week Days Sundays
6:45 a. m. 6:43 a. M.
12:45 P- m..-=45 p.mW.
AP:ELITT.Proprietork.Wt
________________I PI('ES AE a'C it 1.1 l)L BETTY COMPSN
lllattlee 'leliniT IC A I
Eeeniiri~iLEWIS STONC
/ti\dies Topics - oviy - ew, ULY ARSHALL
--STABTPSI OROTLIIN
SW ,' in writing the Pater to k
rniQmn a r uuzr~vn e n iura 7nnpeiln rs -

"Many physicians now recommend gum chewing ..
for a better and more 'complete cIhange 'of the starches
into dextrin."

Thi is from a recent bok on health:

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--means that your digestion is aided while youi
pleasure is served; teeth and digestion both benefit.
Your choice of several flavors, all of the WRIGLEY
quality-sealed in its purity package.

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Q-OGANIZES ~GJ
° h harmschoI~henewest roapt
Oraizd y te . . C. A. had its
first meeting at the city Y. W. C. A. re-
cently. Mrs. Charles Washburne lead
this meeting with the topic "Chrm nV
Manners."r The meetings are open to
all wh arein terested.
Mrs. R. B. Earihart 'will conduct the
meeting of March 27, speaking on the
subject, .When My Lady Enitertains.i"
The Topics of the following meetings
are as follows:. April 3, "Charm ;1
Thit;ArlI0 Cami rs84April 17, "Charm in Health"; April
24, "Charm in Voice"'; May 1., "Charm
in Appearance," and the last meeting
will be on May 8, the topic. being,
"Charm in Friendship."
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS BRING
BIG RESULTS-

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' te store:"
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Read the Want Ads

ON LITTLE INVESTMENT

ENTEIU I UTENTr
ON THE STAG~E
Keith iHeadliner
THE
JOE THOMAS
SAXOTETTE
Famous Edison Phonograph
Recorders
(PlIaying Both A iternoon and
Evenuing.)
-Additional-
A LYMVA'N RHOW E HODGE
P01W E
And a New :Fables Cartoon
Thursday
"REXO'' "
BY
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AT THE THEATERS
Scree-Tod1
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Arcade-Betty Compson in "The I
Stranger."
TMajestic-Poly Negri in "Shad-
ows of Paris."
Wuerth--Percy Marmont in "Your
Can't Get Away Writh It."
Orpheum-Betty Blythe in "The
Truth About Wives." 1
Stage-Tils Week
Glarrick (Detroit) - Genevieve '
Tobin~ in "Polly Preferred."
SENIOR CAPS AND GOWINS ~I
SHOULD BE ORDERD2
In order that. all seniors will
have their caps and gowns~ in
4 f- awinpmit to hdR held I!

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- Next Week-
NORMA TALA AI GE
III
"SONGx OF LOVE"
And 3rd 1inensional Movie

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'£ SOON-LILLIA I GISHIlit "THE WHITE SISTER,

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The most pop'ular fello w'
--is lie wo is able to pl' y the lBanjo-or some
other interesting s mall Mu: scal I anruent.
And think, too, of the financial possibilities of orchestra and
concert work when you've mastered one of the small easy-to-play
instruments.
Iie Are RiepreF euit ives For the famed

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VEGA PARAMOUNT
TENOR BANJOS

PLAYING

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printed Silk
,Scarf, $5.75.
Pansy Bouton-
niere, 75c.
Moire Uri;- r-
arm Bag, $5.00

The .joy, of smart new scarfs,
ties and costume trequisites this
year Is .that they aro ;by-f r the
most important-though the
least expensive item of your
wardrobe.
Frances Amres, '23, is bringing
to Ann Arbor dozens of these
clever new trifles-and will be
glad to show them to you.

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-priced from $15 to. $340. We've an unusually, fine display of
Tenor Banjos NOW! Why not see them TO'DA'Y!
Tenor Banjo ....$12.50 S axaphione (C- Mel.) $75.00
M1andlolin (flat) 6.00 Ukulele ............ 1.95
Guiitar ..... 8.25 Tenor Banjo...... 18.00
Violini Outfit....12.50 Saxaphione (Alto) . 65.00
Wolverine C-Melody
Saxophone Outfit, $109.75,
All complete. War tax paid., Terms arranged. Complete
stock of all band and orchestra instruments and accessories.

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Pnlaid Tie,
75c.

Starring
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