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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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April 24, must be made up. All abs-1 FRESHMEN COMPETE
ences in indoor physical education1 IN SONG CONTESTi
1 otZ swork must be made U by May1.
hlCompetition in the contest for the
a 'ERbest freshman class song will be open
IThe Girls' Mandolin club will hold I H UE 0SD1 to all freshman women until Saturday,
a regular weekly meeting at 5 o'clock April 26.
today in Newberry hall. I iLAMA IIy W O NI hII.Words for the song must be original

--- 1 enough cash to purchase a new sweat-
Ir. The one he wears now clings to
OThe S tY r o r im purely through affection..
OFFIRS PRL 2 P TENNIS T FOR
We can't say we admire these ar ~iAs-IFM TlPAD n
President X. L. Burton Will Speak ing mustaches on the campus but ty[JII
At Women's Mass Meeting do adequately repre.ient the mental --
Tuesday capacity of the wearers-sonmothing The annual tennis tournament open
lacking. to all University women will begin
CASSES TU JIM) ANXUAL i next week on the courts of Palmer
ELECTION OF COMMITTEES We notice that the occupants of the athletic field.
senior benches near the arch are the onor points will lie awarded to
Installation of the new officers of same ind<viduals who rush in °1e4.; of alwom n who enter the tournaments
the Women's League elected April 9 us through a door, step on our heels and 50 honors will be given for the
will take place at a mass meeting of in a crowd, and forget they are wear- tennis championship. The tournament
the women of the University to be ing a hat when they speak to us. is oven to al1 University women. Those
held at 4 o'clock Tuesday in Sarah dering to enter are requested to sign
Caswell Angell hall. I We notice that these aforenen ion- rp before Saturday non in arbour
Following the installation of of- gyed nwl msthe riidy t mbeor S
ficers President Marion L. Burton will impte et They renliy an The tennis finals will he played on
speak to the members of the League. improvement to most; when held aI Lantern night, May 20.
The undergraduate campaign ior the correct angle they blow out so
funds for the University of Michigan much of the countenance, you know. The French gloves ordered through
League building will be launched by h Mortarboard have been received and
Miss Anna, M. Lloyd, '18, chairman When our ship comes in we sal will be distributed immediately.
of the undergraduate campaign. certainly will one of the night editors
Annual election of the class com-
mittees including the Senior play com-
mittee, the Junior Girls' play com-
mittee, the Freshman Spread commit- C011 ° . ' LI G
tee, and the social committees will
be held after the mass meeting. so that The Most Importnat Cinema Engagementt in
a large attendance of the women of the the History of Ann Arbor
University is expected.
The Women's League officers who
will be installed are: Charlotte Blag-
don, '25, president; Margaret Dixon, .,..
'25, vice-president; Elizabeth Parrot,
treasurer; Margaret Effinger, '26, rec-4
ording secretary; Ruth Rankin, '26,
corresponding secretary; Ethel Schro- -
eder, '25, and Anne Seeley, '26, junior *
class representatives; Hannah Fitch, Presenting
'27, and Dorothy Nix, '27, sophomore THE WORTD S COLOSSAL
class representatives; Marion Barlow, MA'TEIE('--
'25, senior member of the judiciary
council; Norma Bicknell, '26, junior
' ber of the council; Elizabeth Ken- .e v
hedy, '27, sophomore member.
A TT I E TdEA T yR
" Screenr-Today,
Arcade-Viola Dana in "Don't
Doubt Your Husband."
MajestiC-Rex Iugram's Scara- j
mouche."
Wuerth-Glen Hunter in "Youth-
firs Cheaters."?
Orp4'eum-- Dustin Farnum in I ,
" .4e Man Who Won."
Stage-This Week
~htney-Saturday natinee and
and evening performances
i~ Wolf Hopper in "Kempy." +{ j": "° 7 e' 309 PC '~t1Ve LAYERS
Garrick- (Detroit)- "No, No, I Pre'entation Will Carry the Atnrosh herof Its Tremendousness in
Nanette." Ieail, Prices 5{k, 7e and 1.10

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Senior and junior women who are
interested in library work as a pro-
fession are invited to a vocational dis-
cussion to be conducted by Mrs. A. S.
Hobart, assistant dead of women, at 4
o'clock today in the office of the
lean of women.
Mummers' dramatic society will hold
spring tryouts from 3 to 6 o'clock to-
day and tomorrow in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall. All University women are
invited to try out.
Portia society will hold an import-I
ant meeting at 7:15 o'clock tonight,
All women taking part in the first
act of the Senior Girls' play, "If I
Were King," are asked to rehearse at
7 o'clock Saturday evening at Sarah
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Interhouse baseball which includes
teams from all dormitories, leaguel
houses and sorority houses, will begin#
at 4 o'clock today, with a meeting of
all teams, or their representatives, in
Barbour gymnasium. Houses whichj
have not signed up for entrance in the
tournament and desire to do so, are
requested to sign before the meeting
in the gymnasium today.
Following the assignment of prac-
tice hours and coaches, the teams will
adjourn to Palmer field for the first
practice of the season. The opening
games of the series will be played
Tuesday, May 6.
Matinee Musicale Meets
Compositions from the French andl

and should embody the spirit of theI
class of '27. It is especially desirable
that the song be worded in such a way
that class members could use the
winning lyric for class functions
throughout their University life.
Announce Marriages
Announcement has been made of
the marriage of Flora Callender, '24,
of Ann Arbor, to Guy Kirsch, '24, of
Sturgis, on April 12. Mrs. Kirsch is
a member of the Alpha Gamma Deltal
sorority and Mr. Kirsch is a member
of the Delta Sigma Phi fraternity.
At a formal dinner given by the
Acacia fraternity Friday, April 11,
William H. Stewart, '24, and Lucille'
Oberlin, an instructor of physical ed-
ucation at-Defiance college, Defiance,
Ohio, announced their marriage which
was performed at G o'clock that eve-
ning by Dr. A. W. Stalker.

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A1newnce Engagements
Mrs. Frederick J. Kendall, of Detroit,
annwunces the engagement of her
daughter, Lilias J. Kendall, '25, to
Herbert P. Wagner, '21, of Ann Arbor,
son of l'r. and Mrs. William Wagner,
of Bay City. Wagner was a member
of the cast of the Michigan Union
opera, "Top of the Morning," and is
employed as accountant in the secre-
tary's office. The wedding will take
place May 29.
The engagement of Edna Christen-
sen, '25, and Bruce G. Booth, '24L, was
announced Tuesday at the Kappa Del-
ta house. Booth is a member of
Gamma Eta Gamma fraternity.

fGiVe Convention Reports
Reports of the Continental congress,
which was held in Washington from
April 14 to 19, will be given at the
April meeting of the Sarah Caswell
Angell chapter of the D. A. R. whIh
will be held at 3 o'clock today at
the home of Miss Carrie L. Watts, 1
East Liberty street.
Ithaca, N. Y., April 23.-A campaign
for better sportsmanship has been in-
stituted by the upper classmen and
faculty of Cornell. This action is the
result of numerous complaints, receiv-
ed by the Cornell authorities, dispar-
aging Cornell's rooters for their ab-
usive langulge and manifestations to-
wards opponents.
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS BRING
BIG RESULTS-
ON LITTLE INVESTMENT

uaSweli iAngell hall, the Italian will comprise the April
program of the Student League of
A meeting of the club leaders' train- Matinee Musicale at the combined
ing course will he held at 7 'cloc
o'Clockgroup meeting at 4:15 o'clock today in
Thursday evening, in the Y. W. C. A. Betsy Barbour house. All meinbers
are urged to be present and friends
Women who are to take required are invited, also. There is no admis-
outdoor work in physical education, sion fee.
must sign up at once in Barbour gym- I
nasium. All absences on and after Patronize Daily Advertisers.--Adv.

Austin, Texas, April 23.-For the
first time in the history of the Uni-
versity of Texas, a co-ed has been an-
nounced as a candidate for the office
of managing editor of The Daily Tex-
an, the college newspaper.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

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THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY. High Prices Squeezed For A
Squeezed is just the word--Because our Alm--Our Ambition Is How We Can Sell For
COTTON GOODS FOR, THREE,,,DAY/S'

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20c Unbleached Sheeting, 6

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