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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FRESHMEN FIRST
IN IN-009R MEET
1learlit~g s Win With 32 1-2 Points;
Sohoores Finish
OUOOR SEASON SCHEDU LED)
TO START AFA'R VACATIONV

Mr.C. E. Wilson. Thursday and
Friday the tea room will be under the
supervision of Mrs. Louis Bredvold.

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WOMEN WILL CHOOSE
REPRESENTATIVES TODAY
WOMEN'S LEAGUE, Y. 11. C. A., W.
A. A., PRESENT 10..
INEES .

a regular weekly meeting at 5 o'cloek!pday at the Kappa Delta house, 602
tomorrow in Newberry hall. Monroe street.
All members of the lantern chorusI Riding classes are meeting regular-
of the Junior Girls' play should iee ( ly at the assigned hours at the fair
June Knisley, 1204 Hill street, before grounds. All women interested in
vacation, about their refunds. electing this riding course with intruc-
fion are requested to report to Cap-
The Ann Arbor branch of the Na-'i tain Holm sonme afternoon this week
tional league of women voters will at the fair grounds and arrange forr
meet at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow in the sections.
board room, first floor of Lane hall, toj
make out a program and assign de- i DAILMY CLASSIFIEDS BRING
finite work for the remainder of this BIG RESULTS-
semester. ON LITTLE INVESTMENT

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~With a total of 32 1-~2 points in the
nal score the freshmnan class cap-I
gred first place in the annual in-
4or track meet held yesterday i
arbour gymnaslim. The sopHomoresa
rlowed in line with 16 1-2 points
ad the junior class took third place
ya score of 13 points.
'Eight events were run off in the
Pet with a large representation of
omien fromt the three classes tak-
:g part ini each one. Following is a
mery of the events: Hi-gh jump,
uimas, '25, first place; McDonald,
, second place; Searight, '27, third,
nce. Height, 4 feet 4 inches.
Rope jump, Hulburt, '27, first place;
amas, '25, second place; Lindsley,
~third place. Height; 6 feet 9'
Ches.
Puck jump, Maslina, '27, first place;

At the suggestion of our public I Elections for all offices in the three
sp)eaking instructor we are learning{ women's organizations, the Women's,
to makeLeague, the Y. W. C. A., and the Wo-
tmaegestures with our eyes. men's Athletic association, will take
Our family will probably meet u place from 8 to 12 andl from 1ito. 5"
oyloktt ustheWme'
at the train with a dewing basket and obcokta th nUiestyhail. n sLeague
a can of dry cleaner when we go homebotinUvesyhal
for vaca tion. Every woman on the campus is ex-
_______pected to vote for the officers of the
We hope no questions will be askedWoe'Lagesceheblnst
about two or three of our dresses. the League when a member of the Un-
We sld hemandone impy cn'tiversity. Some restrictions, however,
We sld hemandone impy cn'tare made in voting for the candidates
explain such things to one's family,. nteohrto raiain, h
We wrote a letter home last order. W C. A. requires membership in
without asking for money. We mailed jodrt oewieterqieet
it before we realized our mistake. Now of the W. A. A. is active membership~
we're waiting for a telegram stating with 100 honor points earned and all
that the pater has had an attack orf us ad
heart failure. Snapshots of all the candidates will
______be on exhibition today at the Women's
We are visiting the dental clinic. League booth for the benefit of the
We like especially well to play with'oeswiepcte ftenmne
all the little. excavators and ampt- for the presidency and vice-presid-;
ators that lie on, the tea-table right ently.f. setWomeaLegnied oes
under our nose,cetysntoalogizdhus
on the campus.

W itey Theatre WEDNESDAY; APRIL 16
THE MUSICAL EVENT OF THIE SEASON
ONE AND ONLY COMPANY
iN THE NEW AMERICAN SONG AND~ DANCE SHOW
64 PEOPLE SP CIAL ORCHESTRA
Mal Orders With Remittance, Self Addressed, Stamped Envelope Ae-
cepted Now and Giveni First Attention.
PRICES $1.10, $1.65., $220, $2.73 MAIL Now

Wyvern will meet at 7:15 o'clock to-

Patronize Daily Advertisers.--Adv.

WoInderful!
Simply TUSA
Unbelievable
1Until You See
And Strongheart I e a p e d
* . .Straight at the throat of the
~~~~eney-
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.~A MERMAID COMEDY
A FIRST NATIONAL PICTURE Jam Full of Laughs

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Friday and Saturday
"MY-MANh"
featuring
PATSYk RUTH MILLER
DIrSTIN iFARNUM

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-Sunday-
Rex Beach's Story
"FLO11iNG GOLD"P
Co-starring
MIILTON SILLS ,and
ANNA Q. 'ItLSSO

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Da'wns, '26, second;fDoster, '27, thiird.
Hight, 4 feet 9 in~ches.
R nning' hop, step and ju~mp, Kieley,
'27 first; Searight, '27, second; Law-
less, '26, third. Distance, 2,6 feet 5 in-
ches.
Shot put, Olsen, '26, first place; Al-
stelund, '27, second; Young, '27,
third. I
The class relay Was won by the
freishman class who showed their in-
t~rest and pep from the outset of the
meet by introducing their class con-
testants with a parade around the
gymnasium while they sang freshman
The events were judged by faculty
members of the department of physic-
al education and some of the major
students in the department. Dr. Mar-
garet Bell, head of the department
started the meet.
~The track mneet brings the work of
the ind~oor season of athletic works
abiong~ the women to._a: close. The
outdoor season will open directly after
tli vacation; with basebllIandllI
sprin~g:games._______
Mrs oZtQwq y Will
4d dresY'Ii icq le'
Mrs. E. J. Ottoway, state president
o the federation of mhusic club~s, will!
address Matinee Musicale at its an-
na1 business meeting and luncheon
a t_12:30 o'clock today at the Union.
H talk will center on the -fuction-
in of music club~s and t.he efforts of
the nationa~l federation t~o bring about
s ndrization of public school mu-
rollowing the lunceon the annual 1'
election of officers will be held.
tacuity Club Anioutnoes Hostesses
Mrs. Mortimer Cooley is chairman
of the hostesses for Monday, Tues-
day, and WNednesday at the Faculty
Wmen's clubhouse, 226 South Ingalls
;;tweet. Her assistants are Mrs. Clar-
erice Johnston, Mrs. A. E. 'White, anca
HAND-MADE XAPELFNE FLAVQR.
'E CANDIES ARE~ DELICIOUS.
Chiropodist and
Orthopedist
EQ7 Nrth Uiiversit/ Phoe j$265

We ran across Bridg''es yesterday.
Y. W. CONDUCTS
VESPER SERVICE
Third and last of the pre-Easter
vesper services given by the Univer-
sity Y. W. C. A. took place yesterday
afternoon in the south parlor of New-
berry hall.
Miss Mary Ross, general secretary
of the association, lead the service, the
topic being "God's Love in Jesus
Christ." Lida Thatcher, '25, sang
"Into the Woods My Master Came," ac-
companied by. Ruth Howell, '24, on
the piano,
Announce Engagement
Announcement has been made of
the 'engagement of John S. Lawton,
ex-'24, to Miff Elizabeth AiW. Childs, of
Daily classified for real, results.

I Notices
Sigma Delta Phi will meet at 41
o'clock, today, at the Gamma
Phi Beta house. Members are r'equest-
ed to bring convention tax.
A ten-mile honor point hike will
leave at 3 o'clock today from Bar-
bour gymnasium.
Junior women who ordered pictures
of cast or choruses of the Junior
Girls' play, are asked to call for them
at Swain's studio, immediately.
Pi Lambda- Theta will postpone its
regular . meting that was: announced
for this evening until the first Wed-
nesdIay after spring vacation.
The Girls' Mandolin club will hold 3

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"This, is the shop in Detroit that
donates 5% of allpurchases made
byMichigan co-ends and Au.to
Women's *League"'
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"THE 'W"HITE SISTER'1

A GREAT TRIBUTE TO
A GREAT ARTISTE BY
A GREAT CRITIC
"THERE" is nothing on the stage
this season, nor was there anything
on the stage last season, to comn-
pare for one moment with the
pathos, the suspense, the spectacu-
lar magnificence and the gorgeous
finale of the -picture which presents.
Lillian Gish in "The White Sister."
-Alan Dale in N. Y. American.

At the

Majestic
Now
MATINEES
2-3:30
25c and 35c
NIGHTS
7-8:30
General Admis-.
--Islon 55~c

$4 950

M ANY a co-ed will welcome, this news!I Lad-like suits of
Himeloch tailoring and distinction at this lowered price.
Exactly the type of suit for Easter wear-navy blue, single
and double breasted, some braid bound. For this week en d-
$49.50.

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75c

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On the Inside BACK COVER of
Your TELEPHONE BOOK.

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Four words t ell the story
of the Arcade's increasing
Suiccess~'~-finest foods, low."

$49.50

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nation you can benefit by!

BY far the choicest coat value offered here this season.
Coats for Easter needs-sports, general or dress. Cape-
coats, straightline coats,, in _white, mink, beige. Tfan, gray,
Lanvin green, navy, black 'and the like--$49.50.

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