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THE MICH-14

DAILY

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IL9EADERs
LANTERN NIGHT

Socialist Party
Led By Woman

FORP SV~sUDMEN COUNCILORS"

HIELENIV EL4BIDGE, '24, ELIZA.
PROCESSION
Helen Delbridge '24, president of
the Universty of Michigan Leaguer,l
and Elizabeth Cain, '24, president of
the Women's Athletic association, will
lead the L~antern night rolcession at
8 o'clock Tuesday, May 20, on Palmer,
field.
Three hunvdred women from each
class are expected to take part in the
Lantern ceremony, according to Dr.
Margaret Bell, head of the physical
education departmenit, who states that
20 per cent of all Michigan women, or
400 women' are taking some form of
elective work in the department this
spring. This number includes 279 wo-
men in the interhouse baseball tour-
nament, 75 women in the interclass
baseball series and 56 in the tennis
tourney.
All women taking part in the'proc es-
'sion will wear light dresses or sportI
clothes with the exception of the 'sen-
irs who will wear their caps andf

Camp .Sealth, Washington, offers an
opportunity for wojnen who desire to
act as camp councillors, to spend the.
summer vacation at a mountain resort
with all their expenses paid while they
are there, according to the camp-
directors. IEach councillor must be
equipped to instruct in some particul-
1ar activity and will be expected to take
charge of a tent of 5 girls.
The camp is controlled by the Sea-
ttle council of Canop Fire girls. The
property, includes 184 acres of wood-
ed land, a mile of waterfront;,_15 cot-
tages, 24 tents, lodge and outdoor ath-
letic equipment. There will be from
150 to 200-people in camp each period.
The girls are divided into three ,groups
according to age.
Anyone interested may obtalh full
particulars from .Miss Ruth A. Brown,
The Camaraderie, foot of Garfield St.,
Seattle, Wash.
Announce Ma1Q#ge
Announcement has been made of'
the marriage of' rances P'eahody, '23,
and Marion Hersmnan, '23L, which took.
place April 9 in Toledo. Miss Pea-
body is a member of Alph'a X1 Delta
sorority and Hersman is a member of
SKappa Sigma fraternity, from West
Vir iginia ui~versity,

CLUB +PRIVILEGES OMEN NGhE~toLS
OFFIEREDT OMN# lf!i~ Sat. Ma.soo to $2.00
L E,1TS NOW F OH-NEXT AWEEK
Club privileges dluring thee summnner THE £'J , Malt
months are offered by the 1Montereg;-I 'G N H
ian club, 22 MceTvvish street, Mon- GIRL
treal, to any Michigan woman grad- With Eddtie Baizzell and Entire N. Y.
uate or student who presents a letter Cast and Chorus
of recommendation from the Univer-
sity to the secretary of the club. Diur- --
ing the acaden*P year a gradluate or IAY'
student of the University may obtajin S. M. T. IV. T. F. S.
we iegs n tclb for a period not 1 2 3
exceeding wowek. ?5% 7 9S
Rates for rooms during the summer 11, '12 13 14 -15 146 17
mionthis are $'2 per day, $12 per week,' 184 19 20 21 22 23 24.
and $40 per mnth -1for small. rooms 1 20 2 , 27 2,1429 .308;'81
awhile large rooms cost $:3 per day, $18 ! - NOTICE___________
pser week and $60 per month. Full' NO 11~l 1T IE:i
dining-room privileges will also be av- ETATAL
a.iable.: In order io close out all Spr~1ng
The bov inormtio wa set t' ! Felt IHats before Straw Ha~t time
The bov infrmaionwas entto ie are making' the folloiwIng sac- "
the office of the dean of women by I rifices:
Ethel Uurlbatt, honorary presiden t 1 I1$3.t)0 hats 'Now. ..
of the Monteregian club and warden All 4.00 haits NO....r5
of the Royal Victoria college, McGillf All 1,50 Hats 'Now ....... 3.75
university. .All 5.00 Hats Now .......4.I
r J~ots of Large Sizes
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything F'ACTORY iIAT STOlRE
quickly-Adv. 617 Packaird St. JM~one 1792
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv. (Wer D U B StpsatStte

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CASH'STORES
Quick sales and Small rofot
Famnous
BUTTER.C

:41~f A 3 DyTur of Europme
Excllntaccommniodatio ns, congenial
compa nions,"and, attractive itinerary
-~~ For Particulars See
PATRICIA BRPOWN1, 1052 Baldwin, Phone' 2949
ieMR. E. G. KUEBLER, 691 E-. Huron, Phone ;1384
Phone 2949 1052 Baldwin=

Picnic
Sugar Cured

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Dr. Bell urges every Michigan worn-
ni to miake it her responsibility to
ome out for Lantern night. With a
rge num~ber of women to make up
ie line of march and the -block "M,"
ir. Bell believes that the possibilities
r a successful ceremony are inisured.-
Notices
There will be a make-up class in
ding for women who are taking tho
:rse for credit at 10 o'clock to-
,y at-the Fair grounds.
All members of the University Girls'
ee club who are to take part in the
other~s' day program will rehearse at
o'lock today at the Congra-
tional -church and at 9:30 o'clock'
morrw at the School of Music.

r Mrs. Bertha lhale White
The only woman directing the cam1
paignt of a big political party is Mlrrs.
Becrtha Ilale White, executive secre-
tary of the ocialist Party of Arner-
lea. She is at present making -a big
drive for members, routing speaker~s,
sending out campaign literature and
raising money in preparation for the
national cornvention of 'the party in
Clelreland, July 6.

i.AT THKE THEATER
{ ~Screen-Tfoday
Arcade -- "The Hunchback of t

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Sport

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III Strictly
Why pay 25c toQ28c?.
Wby pay 45 and 50c, it's all nonsense
/ A9 l" AR B LWI~LF

ThE

io--Gis' play
3:'n,4 wil
mdaay at New-
meeting of
Litery sc

l). A. JI. WILL HOLD
ANNUAL MEETING
14men:lerS of the S ara h Caswell An--
geol chapter of the Daughters' of the
Amaerican revolution will' hold their
annual meeting at 10:45 o'clock,I
Thursday, MALy 15, in the Union.
IRelports of the officers, committee
chairmen, and election of officers will
take place. Luncheon will -be served
at 12:15 o'clock. -Reoervations for the
luncheon should be made before May
13 by calling Mrs. L. E. Tingley, 1f100
Woodlawn,pone -2479-IIR
An executive board meeting wil be
held at 2:30 o'clock~ Monday, May 12,
at. the Chi Omnega - house, .103 Wash- j
:tenaw. ' , I V
JUDGES A~NOUNE
COIF TEST WINNERS
11rizjes for. the- Jbest cass sonig s~b-
I iitediiith Feshmn ag ~eant con-
test have been awarded by the corn-
mnittee. of judges to the following wo-j
niep: ~ Catherine B~uhrey, Norma 'Snell
and Dorothy Allison. 'Mary Kent-Mil- '
her won the -Prize for the best prog'rain
cover design.

Or

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Rich."
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N'otre Dame."
ajestlc-Walter Heirs in "Fair
Week."

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SENIORS N OT1CE
I All seniors= W116 thae § ub.scrlb
Ied to the Alumnus are urged to,
Fpayr their subscriptions and re-
Iceive th1eir Alutriiu -buitton be.-
fore Jun~e 1, at fie Alumnus office
'in Alunid Memoria~l hall After
G the above date the subscription
Iprices will advance frm 50
I to $3.00.}
John Bradfield, Business '
Manager~
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From$50 to $7
Hosiery to match

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lover of

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Thes~andrond o th tenis tour-
, -h n i3beplayed off by 6 'o'
,cJ Wedtnesday. A list of partners is
sted in Barboumr gymnasium.
Costumes for the Freshman pageant
list be ready for inspection Tuiesday
ernoon.

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To Come and Visit Our NEW MARKET
7 ' -~ at Our Main, Stor~e. ~~t'-

Wathr's Sfloe
DOWNTOWNV

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OLYMPIC TICKETS ON
SALE FOR WOM03EN
Louise Roberts, '26, has -tak-
n over the sale of Olympic try-
gut tickets among the women on
he campus. Miss Roberts urges
hat all organized houses on the
;ampus co-operate with her and
subscribe for these tickets, in
locks. Tickets may also be, oh-
ained by the women at the W.
A. office in Barbour gymnas-
um. Tryouts will be held in
nn Arbor May 00 and 31, The
ickets are good for either day.
'rice $1.C
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BEST IN THE' CISY
D-on't Buy any cheaper kind.,
IW's ta r to Buy QUA.LITY
Than to Pay Doctor Bills.

Here's

news

for

When you want Good Eats send
to Pie rce's
OURl NEW SANITARY

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aw Crop Flower
Seeds

men hunting fine shoes.
Sh~oes that look well' and
wear; well, that are gentle
on the feet and easy on the
ptirse.
In oather words Crawford

BAKE

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Ann Arbor people do not real-'
ize that right here' in our own
home town we have one of the
largest stocks of flower seeds
in the state. In annual seeds
we lave not only the well known
varities but we have the new-'
est novelties in separate colors
as well as mixed. In perennial,
flower seeds we have a wide'
variety and carry many kinds
not carried in retail catalogues.
If a small quantity or an ounce
is required we can supply. Our
stocks are fresh and germina-
tion is guaranteed. Everything
in flowering seeds, plants, bulbs,
shrubs.,
HARRIS SEED STORE
Cor. Washhigton & Fifth Ave.

shoes.
We,
them.
We
cause
vitnced

Have no Mice ok' Cats around
EVERY AllIGMODERN
and at Laving Prices

are sole agents for
took the agency be-
careful study con-
us that Crawford is

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CLOTHES AND HABERDASHERY

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a shoe men really like. Good
looking, smartly styled, long
wearing and modestly
priced.
Business sense approves
style judgment 'in Crawford
shoes.
Beau Brumnmel would
wear them, so would David
Harum.
They, appeal to the man
of fashion and the shrewd
trader. Come and see them.

CAMPUS

BO OTERY

Monday, Tuesday, WedncSeay,,
May12, 13, 14
GEO. MEREDITH, Represeatative

Witha S500 rder
We WillGive, a
ExC~uin lg Sugar or Flour
Save oillrs and Ilarn

STRAWBERRY
SHORT-CAKE

TILE ENLIARGED AN1D VERY COMPLE TE SER VICE
RENDERED Br FIN CILEY IS OF DEFINITE Z!
FOR TANCE TO COLLEGE A/EN, AND IS AIMYlED
PAR TICULARL Y A T MEETING THIEIR R.EQUIRE-
"lwA'.TC'TAY A1A ,rTlTJ4)VnAPPRPAATI? 11A4ATMFA

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