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THEMICHIGAN DAILY

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Women Approve
Notices Clubs At State
Wh, th r or not social clubs should;

Read The Daily "Classifie

wi i Y

IOMEN RESPOND
WELL "TO DRIV
am Captains And Committee Invit-
ed To Luncheon Tomorrow At
Union

Authoress Holds
Judicial Post In
Canadian Court

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S EARN PLACES
WCENT HONOR LIST

More enthusiasm has been eviiced
over the University of Michigan under-
graduate campaign than has ever been
seen on the campus before, in the
estimation of Miss Ada Mulholland,
undergraduate secretary of the Leag-
ue. Yellow and blue buttons with the
Emotto, "Michigan League for Michigan
Women Everywhere" are being worn
by an increasing number of women.
These buttons are given to all women
who have taken out a life membership
and will be worn until the end of the
campaign on May 9.
Team captains and the central exec-
utive committee of the campaign will
be honored by a luncheon to be given I
at 12 o'clock tomorrow at the Michi-
gan Union. At that time Miss Anna
A. Lloyd, '18, chairman of the cam-
paign, and Miss Natalie Murphy, '15,
vice-chairman, will tell more about the
League building plans. Team cap-
tains should report after 2 o'clock
tomorrow at Barbour gymnasium
whether or not they have canvassed
their houses.
The repocrts which have been turn-
ed in from several of the houses in-
elude seven on the 100 percent list.
Some houses are waiting to get 100
percent reports before turning in
their lists. Following is a list of the.
houses whose reports have been re-
ceived with their percentage. The
numbers directly after the name ofa
the house represents the number of

INTERNATONAL NIGHT'
College and folk songs will be sung
by the University Girls' Glee club at
the annual concert of the Cosmopoli-
tan club on Thursday, May 8.
At the invitation of the Rev. Mr.
Herbert A. Jump, pastor of the Con-
gregational church, the club will as-
sist in the musical program at the
Mother's Day celebration in that
church. "Little Mother of Mine" by
Burleigh and "Angelus" by Chamin-
ade are the selections to be sung at
this time.
FRESHMEN WOMEN
T DEBATE MAY13
Portia and Athena literary societies
will opposeeach other for the second
time in the annual freshman debate to
be held May 13 in University Hall
where visitors may be accommodated
The question for debate this year is,
"Resolved: that the United States
should adopt further restriction on in-
migration." Athena society will be
represented by Alice Goudy, Edna Zie-
gler, and Margaret Nichols, who will
speak for the affirmative; Dorothy
Nix, Alice Vliet, and Gertrude Bailey
from Portia society will present the
negative side of the question.
Three councillor positions are open
at the Girl Reserve summer camp, for
the coming summer. These are in
swimming, nature lore, crafts, and
housekeeping. Women who would likeI
to have these positions are asked to
call Miss Traum at the city Y. W.
C. A. or Mrs. T. E. Rankin for ap-
pointments.

University Girl's Glee club special remain at Penn State university, was
rehearsals for the coming week are the subject of a referendum recently
announced as follows: A special re taken by the women students there.
hearsal at 4:30 o'clock Monday aft 'r-; The results showed 149 in favor of
noon in Miss Kleyn's studio, School the clubs while 81 were opposed.
of Music, for those particiuating in The purpose of the vote was to ob-
the Mother's day program. There will tain the opinion of the girls before
be no rehearsals Tuesday, because of the matter went to the committee on
Swing Out. A rehearsal for every student welfare for final action.
member of the club will be held at Those who declared themselves in
4:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon in favor gave some of the following rea-
the parlors of Barbour gymnasium. sons: organized groups can accomp-
lish more than unorganized groups;
Signing out slips for April are due members of small groups live in
and should be handed in at the oie greater cooperation; clubs promote a
of the dean of women by Wednesday. better feeling among the campus and
town girls; if they were voted out
Mortarboard will hold an important there is a possibility that they would
meeting at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday at exist secretly.
the Delta Gamma house. Those not in favor of the clubs be-
lieve that cliques are intensified,

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Call at our Shop and See the New
P&et tted versharp
You will want one when you see them.
No pencil compares with it. We have a
limited number of the first shipment in
Michigan.
ideT'A PenhShET
302 S'TA'T BTILET

Mrs. Arthur Murphy
Mrs. Arthur Murphy, of Edmonston,
Canada, is the 'frst Canadian woman
to ocupy a judical post. She is the
magistrate of the juvenile court of
Calgary.
Mrs. Murphy is also an authoress of
note, her writings appearing under
the nom de.plume of "Jane'y Canuck."
She is one of the few Canadian wom-
en to wear the decoration of Lady
of Grace of John of Jousalem which
was presented by King George for
her war work.
CHEMICAL SORORITY
ELECTS OFFICERS'

An important meeting of all fresh-
man women will be held a.t 5 o'clockz
tomorrow in Sarah Caswelf Angell
hall.
Freshmen Girls' Glee club will meet
at 4:30 tomorrow in the parlors of
Barbour gymnasium.
Members having speaking parts in
the Senior Girls' play, will rehearse
at 7 o'clock tomorrow evening at Sar-
ah Caswell Angell hall. Act 3 will°
rehearse, at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday eve-
ning at the same place.
The Business and Professional
Women's club will hold a special
meeting, called by the president, at
7:30 o'clock tomorrow at the home of
Mrs. Barbara Bartlett, 1215 Hill St.
Delegates for the state convention at
Jackson, May 9 and 10, will be
The first round of the tennis tourna-
ment must be played off by Monlay
and the names of the winners (those
who win two sets out of three) 1:t- -
ed on the bulletin board in I3arbcurj
gymnasium.

snobbishness is increased and class
spirit ruined.
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
quickly.-Adv.
f Patronize Daily Advertisers.--Adt.

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New Crop Flower
Seeds

Ann Arbor people do not rea-
ra that right here in our own
home town we have one of the
largest stocks of flower seeds
i- the state. In annual seedp
we ave not only the well known
varities but we have the new-
est novelties in separate colors
as well as mixed. In perennial
flower ceds we have a wide
v'riety and carry many kinds
r t carried in retail catalogues.
if a smal quantity or an ounce
is raquired we can supply. Our
to s are fresh and germina-
tion is lguneed, Everything
i tlowering seeds, plants, bulbs,
shrubs.
HARRIS SEED STORE
Cor. Washington & Fifth Ave.

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Make last year's golfing
clothes good for another
season of play by having
them ceaned here in Ben-

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esidents in that house.
Alumnae House ............
Collegiate Sorosis .. .....
Alpha Xi Delta. ........
Pi Beta Phi. ..
Kappa Delta.........
,Linquist (5)........
Ladd (3) . ...+.. ..
Alpha Gamma Delta....
Delta Gamma.........
Kappa Alpha Theta.....
Alpha Chi Omega....
Caughey (9). . .....
Betsy Barbour...........
Gamma Phi Beta
Martha Cook.............
Adams (10) ............
Limpert (6)........
Westminster (14)
Kappa Kappa Gamma

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Iota Sigma., Pi,- honorary ,chemical
rarity, has elected the following
icers for next semester: Selma
ueller, '27M, prepsident; Berneta
ock, '26M, vice president; Goldie
rneliuson, '26M, secretary; Sarah
arkson, grad, treasurer. The in-I
llation of officers will take place
y 17.
SENIOR LITS NOTICE I
Senior literary class dues are
now payable, and must be paid !
up before May 15. Checks Id
should be mailed to Lincoln D.
Jones, treasurer, 1923 Geddes
avenue.
Jt'minie the adtaker" sells anything
ckly.-Adv'.

Arcade - "The Hunchback of
Notre Dame."
Majestic-Mae Murray in "Ma-
demoiselle Midnight."
Wuerth- Conway Tearle and
Corinne Griffith in "The Com-
mon Law."

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Cost little,

Screen-Today

GOLDMAN

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Stage-Ti Week

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Whitney-Tonight--"The Green-
wrichVillage Follies."

Adelia Cheever.55
Delta Zeta .............52
Culver (2).........50
Schaumen (10)........0
Senior Women To Gli ' Tea
The last Senior tea of the year will
e given from 4 to 5:30 o'clock Wed-
ehday, May 7, at Martha Cook dorm-
oryr which all senior women ar~e in-
ited to attend. There will be re-
reshments and dancing, for which the
ocial committee has engaged the five-
iece Union orchestra.
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STUDENTS URGED TO BUY
OLYMPIC TRYOUT TICKETS !
Tickets for the Olympic try-
outs to be held on Ferry fiebd I
May 30 and 31 are still on sale at
the Athletic association ticket
office in the Yost field house at I
$1 each. One ticket admits to
either day's events.
Fraternity houses are also be-
ing solicited by ticket sellers as
iti n ca - ,n, to -fi an a +hn.c I

Garrick -(Detroit) -
Gingham Girl."

This beautiful home at 626 Oxford Road for sale

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tHE HREE "SES" OF BANKING

SERVICE

SECU RITY

Eleven room brick house, with slate roof; lot 100x175, ith
large oak trees;' four major bedrooms, sleeping porch, linen stre'
room and servant quarters; vapor steam heat; two car heated garage.
First floor finish is oak; second anrd third floor finish is gum grey;
floors are oak; equipmcnt includes- refrigerating system, Permutit
water softener, comnpletc weather stripping on caserment windows
and doors, inter-phone system, ,nd double electr> all plugs in
every room in house. Possession at once.
For further infomaticn or or an appointmeiit to see this
property, call
1 MR. NEWTON wilh
CH ARLES I BROOKS
215 F rst Nat'I ank d. Phn 3151

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THE MOTTO OF

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
(Oldest National Bank in Michigan.)
MAIN STREET AT HURON

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Black and white pin
gheek fraCkl of tibl
silk with white silk
broadcloth collar,
cuffs and bosom
front. $25.

IL! eCesi yLO sei01 n Ous
and of he pastecarda before May
1 in order to r, ise the student's
share of the $10,000 needed to as-
sure the meet being held here.
Students intending to go to the
tryouts are urged to buy their
tickets now.

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White frock whose
pink and white pin
cheek collar, cuffs
and pockets are
edged with white
pleating. At $25.

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Au electric curling
iron maintains an
even temperature as
long as desired.
A-uminu comb
dries hai. $5.75 tJ

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SOUP
Cream of Chicken
RELISHES
Green Olives

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Celery

Your Choice of
Boaied Spring Chicken
(New Asparagus)
Chick~en a-la-King
Fried Spring Chicken
(Country Style)
Fried Chicken a la Marylandl
(With Banana Fritters)
Roast Spring Chicken
(Stuffed)

An electric hair dy-6
cr gives a current of
varm or cold air as
desl'ed, drying the
IaiE rquickly. Royal
Aralkr, $20.

SALADS
Head. Lettuce Sa
Creamed Peas

lad
* Milk

electric Aids for the
-SummerToilette
The sultry heat and the dust and dirt of
summer weather makes f more necessary
to give one's hair greater attention. With

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Graceful Frocks
of Tub Silk, '25
Charming dresses that answer with verve
and dash the call for smartest sports attire.
Frocks that are versatile enough to serve
for bridge and other afternoon affairs. Of
excellent silk, in a host of stunning colors,

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'Coffee Tea

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