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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

MA i 1OFESOPPORTUNITY V
__________________________________________________FOR COMMUNITY WORK;
r Women interested1 in doing volun-I
SPH199 'c > e 'aa 9, 9 TD IGH M1 TO 01 Kare intevited to cnz onsult ti umrNeva Lovewell,
Fo P M etng '22, head resident worker of the Laird
! comnmunity house in Chicago, who will
TO HAVE 3110 GIESTS PThans havebee.n copletedl for ghe AT LUNCHEON SAIDUII ea Nwer hi o'lc o
1nmeeting for all members o <rdlcat ettr let4oclkt-
More than 300 women have made re- g anizud League hour(ss whichz will bie:; Ala kAnna . Lloyd will be the !d(ucted under the auspices of the Pres-
evtos o h WmnsA hleic hld at 7 oz'clock tocnight in Sarah C'as- 'principal s p " a k': r at{ the:; byterian church. It is located in a
well Angell hall. 1,orma Clark, '26, inni..l l Women's League luncheon to thickly populated foreign settlement i
association spread which will be given Iw,11 Icad the cheers, after which sov-! he held at 12:30 o'clock Saturday, dsrcadafrs nopruiyfr
at 5:30 o'clock today in Barbour gym-1I eral Michig.an songs will be suing. Ap. il 5" in Barbour gymnasium. Helen1 women interested, to obtain experi-"
nasium.j Etbel Sc hroeder, '25, president of the! Delbridge, '24, president of the Wo- ence in community work such asx
The spread will be carried on in Honror council of League houses, will men', League will also speak while Et- teaching, recreation and club work.,
cabaret style, faculty and class stunts inrdc;tef oinlpaer:Ms cl Schroeder, '25, will explain the Miss Lovewell was the chairman ofx
furnishing the entertainment besides Ethel McCormick and Miss Llewellyn $ work of the Honor council. Blanch~e the League campaign fund during her
the music furnished by the orchestra. Wilburn, of the physical education de- i Kynast, '24, is toastmistress for the!snircea a teUnveisyan lo
pat On, live McKay, '25, and Lydia !e o ea t h'9reis3 adl
andl the Mandolin club.patn, luncheon and Frances Maass, '2, 1yershsere a scetr.ch
Class numerals will be awarded to Feso,'4 general chairman, left in thzpigt asm e e
the teams in all of the major sports The program will be followed by ai Numerous alumnae who will attend:; duties as head resident worker in this
and the class and house basketball; discuzsion oro general campus activ-i the annual convention of the Mich-'cn ! nic oue
thampions will be presented with the iie ndga elcio Sc ahetchoolmasters' cluhb' will be pies- ______eelctinfaahlticcountyh__e.__
silv er loving cup at this time.' manage r for each zone. ent at the luncheon, it is expected ,as
Five of the houses on the campus well as wives of the faculty and un- iBrasArrives For
have made known their: intention of '111 ┬░Idegaduates. The senior wonmen, tC+
giving up their regular dinner in or'- U? ~I~L 'wearing caps5 and gowns, will be seat- ! 1c?+ireboUr d Inn
der that the women may attend the1Wj Eeel together near the speakers' table I
wspread. Price of the spread will be 40 [P l[1fl ~~ l lile the juniors, sophlomnores, and iyiass articles, shipped from New
tents, L~LU V IId~LI freiimnr will also tit with their re- York for the brass sale to be con-
specciiye} classes. Uniqlue favors f'or ducted at "Checkerhoard Inn" which b
STUDEegTSvWILL GIVEa leaders, will be eac1L15c re being planned. ;the Women's League is opening forId
STUDNTSWIL o ll an ;ahrrded CI~ for the lunchleon are on sale Ione daytomorrow, at Betsy Barbour '
c iztiznship aaz Yog the newrl enfr'an- at Naar's and Grahams' bookstores at house, arrived land were unpacked 0
0 e wme." tha this purpose ian 75 cents fog undergraduates and $1 for yesterday. The display includes tea
Ong I cA rbor Ai)(, t; bran;-h of the Nationall alumnae. Tpickets have been sent to sets, candlesticks in various styles,2
DELNTRaON Tuer~ of Women Voters is to be or- (1critories, sororities, and leaguei candlelabra, knockers with arch- n
Std nsinted pat etofp y- gaie t 'lck t m rowi>h houses since many groups are givingI backed cats, quaint dinner bells, bread 1
caedcto wilgva mosr-Upper room of Lane hall. uzp their noonr meal at home to attend and bonbon trays, fruit bowls, vases, t
tion ofuctheo wkinl the dermenstrbe- Teekr vi b r.C'gMl the luncheon. Alumnae may mxake firesidIe forks, and humidors. They:
foie the Schoolmasters' i cluzb at 3 icr, state president, and Miss Edna ree ain truh.idrdSeraLrewrkdiVhmeedadpli
n'onoktn~huh, ~ ~, Wigt, xeatie scrt~ y.at the office of the dean of women. bra ss o , copper.
o'clockAtodatudn ts andr ether Ann Arbor

The brass sale will take place after' l
the luncheon at "Checkerboard Tnn"
and during the afternoon. Luncheon* o i e
will be served at 12 o'clock and dlin- I
ner at 6 o'clock for the price of 75 I__________________
cents. Men and women of the Uni- Lf nmnrhist1sr tost
versity, faculty, visiting schoolmast- A1il are now due and are payable to
ers and townspeople are urged to at- Chrot;Badn (0 oro tet
tend. Tables should he reserved by xEh 1te(z . no tct
calling 3048-M between 2 and 5 o'- m1(. ! t f " h T You , Madam
clock today. uiin

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A4pplications For
Union offices Due

locte'.s tea'4room.
Titemizedl accounts of all b"is for
"Ch erckerboa:rd Inn'' should Ie brought
to Ada lYulholla'ndudegadnt

Announce Marrhage
Sigma Tait Delta house cl
nounce the marriag e of_ Est:
floltzman, '25, of Detroit, and
E. Silverman, of St. Louis, Mo.
occurred .March 27, in An
Mlr. and MIrs. Silverman WIl
111their home in Springfield, Ill,
C. 0. Carison, h"ead of the
colleg-e zoology department w,
(Pntly, appointed by the Board
dent: to take the place of Pro
Laltue, ,zoologty department,
to b)e absent on leave next ye,
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells a2
quickly.--Adv.
elev . '

Men who wish to be considered as !:Ecretary 1', tlids t ;r:on21at lror
nominees for offices of the Union for jgymm Iilli.j
next year must submit their appli- -
cations to the nomination committee, P'iaLteay oity willt ee
which was announced yesterday, t7; 5ocok oih in room 302,
soon as possible. The offices to MTa-onz hal
which students are eligible are, presi-
dent, recording secretary, and five Anyone who;wishes"o pu rchase one

nice-presidents.
Stewart R. Boyer, '25L, is chairma n
of the nomination committee, and will
be assisted by Carleton E. Pierce,,
'24M, William Kratz, '24E, Walter
Scherer, '24, and Lawrence E. Dooge,
'24.
Hold Miniature Grid Banquet V
Lionel Crocker's public speaking
classes held a miniature gridiron
banquet last night in Lane hall. The:
dinner was followed by speeches of a
razzing" nature delivered by Dor-
'thy Bolton, '24, Clark J. Adams, '25,
Villiam James, '26, Edwin W. Davis,I
'5, David Belinkoff, '26, Albert Seid-
nan. '26, and Norma Clark., '26. Perry
layden, '25, acted as toastmaster of
:ie occasion.
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS BRING
BIG RESULTS-
ON LITTLE INVESTMENT

of the mnaize and b ,lie stools used
the Juanior Girls' play, is asked
call Alphra Ladd, '25, at 2676.

in
to

Ioeswhich have blue book~s are
nshedfto send the mioney to Marga;;iret
Dixon, 1205 Hill street, itmnii,, lately.
The world fellowship committee
of the Y. W. C. A. will not hold furth-
er meetings until after spring vaca-1
tion.
Juniors who loaned flashlights or
shoes for the Junior Girls' play, are{
asked to get them from Alphra Ladd,
Betsy Barbour house, immediately.
Signing out slips for March are now
due and murst be handed in at the
office of the dean of women by Aprii
5.
Patronize Daily .Advertisers.-Adv.

--After the part Y
-here's a new dish
to serve your,
guests-Oh Henry !
sliced I Right gen-
erous mouthfuals to
the bar. Everyone
likes Oh Henry! "

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Oh

Henry!.
A Fine Candy
10c Everywhere
Oh Hsuryl? 2ast~oere4tradetowhof theWf
ean Gadytto., tQhiasgo,T1ii.,Goo. H. Williamson,

Clogging, floor work, apparatus work women are urge~sad to atend. The A-b
and a dance fantasy, the story of a wmn'r re oatn.Tela
little boy n ila lywl eguie is non-partisan_ and desires moern- !
aogthe features of the exhibition. ;b1ers fr'om i ll political parties in or-
agAll women who are interested in d cer to be able to consider political
physical education work are invited to questions from all point.;of1 view.
attend the demonstration and note 'lThe dues of 25 cents per~ year cntitle
the rogessof the deparment in thea member to all p~rivileges landl liter- ji
ptear rgrssattire of the organization. A, irst'iin-
pasyer.iFng emibership rquriga3"eryer

The Green Tree Inn
Will make special preparations for

is nmeraly optional.=
The StollerAT THlE THEATERS j
Passes By Jx
We went to the library last night. t.e~'oa
It was our night to study andsic
it comes only twic~e a month~we niake Arae-RgnadDnyi
something of an event of it. "Sotn ot.
We wish someone would invent a1 Maetc- The Unvid
collapsible chair just large enough to' Guest."
slip into one's pocket that we could _ -
produtce in the library at the psychol- Wuerth--Tom M-ix in " Mile-a-
ogical moment, i.e., when we feel that:I Iilnte Romeo."
Sif we don't find a chair pretty soon
the librarian will put us out. I Orpheurn -- Renee Adoree iii
W'te don't mind having the man sit- "The SixI{fifty."
ting next to us put his feet on the
rung of our chair but we do object JSae..~sWe
to his using it as a foot-scraper.
Sugestonsas o a efectve eth I hitney--tomorrow and Friday t?
Suggstios a to n efectve mt--The Comedy club presents
od of" remembering theme file num-I "Captain Apple-Jack."
ber-, philosophy and sociology lecturesI --
seat number, gyre locker and sundry arrick (Detroit)- ILcv Fields
other miscellaneous little figures gill # I i "mcJaz in.
,,q acceptable. They should be ad-
(Irezsed to The Stroller, care of rfhe ! -
Mlichigani Daily. DAILY, CLASSIFIEDS B RING
s BIG RESULTS-
We'r'e so glad our nmidsemesters are l ON LITTLE INVESTMENT k
Written in blue books. The color har -____________
mionizes so well with our state of -
mid A__ oe Shoppe
As usual on April 1. we proved our- '!1 ? N0 : tT UNV.
selves the biggest fool extant. jA bo ^ Arcade
Offices _of the Michigan Technic, - Steet anid Afternioon
magazine of the Colleges of Engineer-
ing and Architecture, have been mov- Clowns anid louses
ed from the old quarters in room 109 For All Occasions
of the West Engineering building to AloHsithn
the front of the third floor of the newIs 7Zichns
E"ast Engineering building. The new l. XI. SCIALLHORN
'phone number is University 228. -

205 S. Sta te

Opposite Lane Hall

1306-R

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