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24 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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finite work for the remainder of thisI ed to sendl $3, for their costumies, to Wvilmington, Dcel., April 9.-S. K.W
semester. Lilias Kendall, 545 South Division Knlox, of Phliladelphia,' rormer presi-
street, before sprjng vacation, dent, of th o e N ew Y ork Shipbuilding 1 'l c o a n B b tr y nm e o t a s c e y w l o d a f r a o i a :ea d s r i o f t e L stt
o'lokodyiniiroumnsim Prta ocet;wllhodrfrmldi ed here last night.

On the In ide ]TACK( COVE
Your TFI2EPJIONE BOOB(.

SET JUNE 13 AS ATE
Of ANNUALSERPLAY1
Friday, June 13, is the date that hag
been set as most suitable fir the Pre-
sentation of "If I Were King," the an-l
nuial play given by the women of thle
senior class., According to an an- j
nouncement made recently by Pamela
Brown, chairman of the play comimit-
tee, the production will be given at
the Whitney theater this year, rather
than out of doors, as has previously
been the case,
Th'1e choice of the play is considered
a particularly good one for the needs
of the class, since the plot is one with.
,,romantic setting, dealing with char-
acters of a daring and bravado type.
The story, by Justin McCarthy, in-
volves intrigue and mystery, togeth-
er with an unusual love theme.
"honorary Chemical
S oci ety Initi tes l

Must Find Room
For Delegates To
G. 0..P. Convention

_ banquet at 6:30 o'clock tonight in the
The weekly cabinet meeting of the ;third floor dining roomi of the Union.
iATI~lT~fl R~flPIA~flM IUniversity Y. W. C. A. will be held as ei netsgigotsisfr
hIIL~ uu iiui Vsala ocok oaya ewer March must be sent in to the office of
hall.the dean of women by tomorrow.
riieliP51 1 ON ES There will be a meeting of the Leady
ership commission of new 'women at Ii 'ramatic Section WFill Meet
Annuncmen las eenorcleof 15 o'clock today in Newberry hall. S The Monday evening dramatic see-
no uner cnt hasoee ndmaedofuan-___tion of the Faculty Women's club will
Women who p~urchased maize and ,eta 7:4 'lc Monday evening,!
der the auspices of the Women's Ath- j blue stools used in the J-unior Girls'.: April 14. in the clubhouse. 226 youth

Attend the F2 cultf-Student Nixer

AMeiid the l"aeulty-Student Mixer

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letic association to work up interest p~lay, are asked to call ,for them im- Ingalls street. "Anna Christie," by'
in the field day andl lantern night , mediately at Betsy Barbour house. !1Fugene O'Neill will be read.
which will be held the latter p art of _____
May. Mummers will hold spring tryoutsAnuneEnggein
Every woman on the campus is ell- from -3 to 5 o'clock on Thursday andAnoceEgem t
gible to enter in the competition which Friday, April 24 andl 15. The place, Announcement was made recently
at the Alpha Gamma Delta house of
will be open until April 30. The post- will be announced later, h naemn fApraLd r'5
er must portray the spirit of the to Frederick Wynn, '23. Mr. Wynn is
games, pageant and the lantern cere- Due to spring vacation, the Tues- II
a member of the Sigma Delta Kappa;
mrayn. Specificaions andrule-,forday afternoon dramnatic section of the faeriy
f te cntet wll e anoucedtomr- acuty ome's lubwill not meet
rw!ths coming week. Tenext meetingsi " ,s h ixrToih
All of the posters submitted in thel will be on April 29.! kntls te xe 'Init
contest will be placed on display anid'___________________
the winner will receive a deposit ofI All members of the carnival chor-
$10son a life membership in the y;- us of the. Junior Girls' play are ask-
me' eague. __________________
Prof. Emil Lorch and Prof. Alfred
sIPelikan, of the architectural college, WH-ITNE4Y
will judge the posters. TO IH
Around-The-World-Tour
JoticesComedy Success

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(Exclusive withR Us)

Comes in two shades of SUEDE CALFSKIN
AIR.EDAL-E and JACK RABBIT
Trimmed with MATCHED :ALLIGATOR
The eylets are worked with silk and have tasseled
silk laces
The most talked about style this year because they are so
BEAUTIFUL and yet so THOROUGHLY, PRACTICAL-giving
the support of an oxford with still more attractiven-Iess than
ordinary cut, out patterns.
The materials used are ofithe highest possible qualty--yet
the price is only $12.50.
you'll also like our-
SANDALS and MOCCASINS
,They tell us they are the best lookers shown this season.
We know the2 are the besti fitters and Nou will n0tce the
leath~ers and colors are the very _latest

Iota Sigma Pi, national honorary
chemical fraternity, has initiated the
following women: Jessie Bixby, '241
Id, Helen Cannon,' spec., AilleenI
Cihristensen, 127M, Nellie Ipland, '24
Ed, Helen Koke, 127M, Bernice Lear-
mont, '24Ed, Evelyn Sommerfield, '24,
aind Marcia Spivack, '27M.
Following the initiation held in
room 410 of the Chemistry building,
th~e new members were entertained at
tea at the ,Lantern shop, at which
Mr's. W. J. Smeaton°'poured. Out-of-

i r« CnE'fl i E l We-ii
Mrs. Geraldine Welsh has the tre--

ujenjuous jobofotdirecting the housing ""
bureau established by the women's Junior women who ordered pictures
committee for the Republican nation- I of' cast or choruses of the Junior
al convention to providie lodgings for! Girls' play, are askedl to call for them,
all of the delegates to the convention at Swain's studio, immediately.
in ClevelandI in June. Although the - ---
convention is two months away, her I 'Ihe Girls' Mandolin club will holdf
office is flooded with .roomh re: erva- Ia' regular weekly meeting at o'clock

town guests'ofvthe society were Dr. tions. Lca at Newberry hall.
lele Macy and Miss Julia Jacoby ofAlmebrofteanrncru
the Merrill-Palmer school of ]Detroit. Allj memb~~A o t enirrls'tpelaytenshous
l Rll lihiDl jU 'L~ June lhnisley, 1204 hill street, before
Oxfod R gres°A RT IU;Pfl I NfT vcation, about their refunds.
Victorian Grace 9T IILLIU1'g ,L1I~l The Ann Arbor branch of the Na-
dional league of women voters will
OxfrdEng, Aril9.-hisunier- Berkeley, Cal., April 9.--Dr. Aurehia meet at 7:30 o'clock today in the
Oxfy ornden dsArl th is unera- Rihrt resident of M\~ils college, board room, first floor of Lane hall, to3
uettes shall walk and talk gaeul will present the op ening address of make out a program and assign de-
as well as wear graceful froks.A'gaeu the fourth national athletic conference_
cording to a 'writer in the undergrad- Aeia olg oe ob
hete jou rnal, the young people of theldo o Elite University of California
V\ictorian era' knew how to walk and campus from. April 9 to 12 inclusive. S ,
how to talk. Welcoming addresses will be deliv- j E D1tS fO RF
"Togawep'n IhThetlwrgra)ulVb iM~sLucy Stebbins, dea~n of S
ly. Oxford dmandhs cbrm q~ite a~ij 'omne; liss Ruth ~eptt of the iph3 sI, y t ,1 i
invich as nte ectual acrobatics. [ica]l edicaidn depaTtniezit, and MIrss
P'rxcks today are for te most par't too Vivian Osborne,, president of the Wtlo-;
rom a ell q u tl; p u ja" l e ' a k iv ersity . S - t y n- -
r -na - -McssageS and rpbPrt sconce rng11 Sia -~
-Family Welfare Board to beet I problemrs of women's, ahletics wiill
be brought to the meeting by repro-;
The monthly board meeting of the j sentatives from colleges throughout Al t(
Family Welfare bureau will be at 8 the United States.
o'clock tomorrow at the Community* Each of the three prior conferences
house, Fourth and Ann streets. Mrs. have taken definite steps to strength- F
:Maude Boynton has had charge often the national organization, Adop-,
Family Welfare w~ork since thle death ; tilon of a constitution qualiflcations
of A-iss Anne Fowler, and will corn- for membership and a standardized
tinue in that capacity until July 1. p !oint system2 for womnen's athlietics are { i
the problems ,which have beenr solved Firsit Time Anyw'here
Annoance N [rriag e by previous conclaves.
'Announcement has been made of the' -____
marriage of Alberta Houle, '25, of Bis- "Jimmie the adtaker" slsayhn __________________
free, Ariz., to Stanley Rathburn. quickly.-A(di. l

in 'Years
NEW YORK CAST 'AND
PRODUCTION INTACII
P'rices $1.10, $1.65 $2.20, $2.7h

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1what yuo have beer,
looking for in children' l
hats-silk and straw,
infants to 5 years.
Also other accessories
necessary to the Easter
wardrobe. Dresses---
capes-infants shoes,
etc.
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RKING VACATION
:HONE 1911 TODAY
,ed -ith iI o~Mip
GLEAINGWORKS

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Before you leave An Arbor, place your furs in a safe pl ace for summer

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'Why risk them to the uncertainty of the average store room when such good
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A GREAT TRIBUTE TO
A GREAT ARTISTE BY
A GREAT CRITIC
"Tr1HERE" is nothing on the stage
this season, nor was there anything'
on the stage last season, to cony-
pare for one moment with the
pathos, the suspense, the spectacu-
lar magnificence and the gorgeous
finale of the picture which presents
L:illian Gish in "The White Sister."
-Alan Dale in N. Y. American.

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Ceneral AIS-
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Reserved Seats.
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In response to many calls by University women for the latest in :Spring furs,,
jacquettes and chokers for the Spring social functions:, we have secured one of

the most complete stocks in central Michigan.

The best part of it all is that

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our prices here are considerably lower than you will find at most of tthe 'metro-
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LAST TIISTO Not again this year will you see this wonder dog in k~y m T~
another picture of equal magnitude!

IBelievable to I u
mall Imatginatioll.

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