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THE .MICHAINDAILY

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NILCELEBRA9TE STEWART
BUTO NUPTIALS TODAY'

Theodosia Burton, '24, daughter of
is: President Marion L. Burton and Mrs.
~"Burton, will be married to Dr. George
Rippey Stewart, Jr,, formnerly a mem-
ber of the English department of the
University, and~ now an~ instructor in
Ej)nglish at the University of California
in. Berkeley, at :3 o'clock tonight in
~jthe William L. Clements library.,: Fol-
Slowing, the -ceremony, a 'reception' will
'~be held in the President's residence.
The maid of honor is to be Miss
''Marguerite Chapin, '20, of Detroit, and
the bridesmaids will be Mliss -Margaret
Hay of Easton, Pa., Miss E1l*eanor
SBoyer, '21, of Lansing; ?Miss Miriam
"Reid, '25, of Detroit; Miss Joyce Mc-
.-Curdy, '23, of Detroit, and Miss Jane
Burton of Ann Arbor, the bride's sis-
Ster.
zAndrew WV. Stewart, the brother of
,the groom _is to be the best-'man at the
┬░ ceremnony, and Hamilton J.T. Smith, Jr.,
Clement A. Smith, '23, Paul L. Burton,
broth~er of the bride; -John S. Brum-I
Mach. and ,Curtis C. Williams, Jr, will'
act as ushiers.
Th eeoywl epomdhRv. Charles Emerson Burton, U. D ''
~of New York, brother of President
i Marion L. Burton, and uncle of the
Not ices
Mrs. Amy Hobart has given assist-
4ance to the seniors who are Interested
*,'in taking tan any of the .various voca-
itions. Those seniors viho have not
{consulted with her and would care'
,to do so may make an appointment
,by calling Mrs. Long at the office
ofthe dean of women.1 Mrs. Hobart
t , will give information concerning how
Wand whiere'to write concerning the
selection of vocations.
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Drue to the rainy weather, the thole
for the completion of the secondl
~round of the tennis tournament will.
'entries in tlxi ,toii'iiar'ent are u a il l'i
'to play off their matches, they are 1
i asked to report to Elizabeth Lauver,
i398. 4 :.tW. ,4 , ,
Members of Athena sc ywhoi
~wish to attend the picnic M Monay are
s} requested to sign on the; bulletini
-ba"itTniversityha11efr~ en-
Full dress rehearsal for the _r rsh-
mnan pageant will be held at 4 o'clock:
:Monday in the amlnitheater on Pa'lm-
er field. All people taking par;t in the
;procession are asked to be presen.t.
The leadership comimissio'n will meet
~at 4 o'clock Monday at Newrberry hall.I{
Members of Iota Sigma Pi will meet
a t 3 o'clock today at the Martha Cook
bilWding, to attend the picnic which

TAKES NEW POSITIONCOPEEIT11
MisMildred Sherman,, for ┬░several HUN O UINAMENI1
yasassistant to the dean of women,
recently 1e-tt o' ,Y iywaere ,Completing =the initial round in the
(dre- baseb~all~ tournament today Betsy Bar-
she is filinrg a p)ositionl in the aive- our will ,contest th Delta XDelta
~tising department connected with the "l'
De.lt~a ,sorority, Alphia. Xi Delta with
jcamhaign for the 1University. of Mich- Helen w r, n et. eawl
Iga.n Leag~e buildin~g. She expects to i meet NAewb Ceerry n Paerta field :il
assume dut ies as ass,,istant manager idn hee P~mr led
the HerLotPulhn orpp Jimmiile the adtaker" Bsells anything

Officers for tlhe com1ing year for the
Sarahi Caswell Angell chapter of the
rDaughter, of the Ame trfcan Revolution
'Were elected at the meeting lheid at
the U~nion Thursda:y. They arc as fol-
lows: Regent, M rH.G. Berger;
Vico-regent, Mrs. ..0. Lyon ; ccrr'VS-
poidling''s(ec(retary; 11n,. 1R. 11. Cur--
tics; recordling secretary, 'Mrs. 41{.'W.
McClure; trasiaier, M1rs. Walter
Staebler; registrar, Mrs. VJ. H. Paiton;
j istorian, i r I.1 Hoc4lazu'sat' ibrat-
roan rs L d Cill. Di (eou re
it4s1, M 4vtslausoen, Lt~Sara he-
(Iwi, 1M Q.0 F. A.4i 4 In ger.
-ele teI'to 'the; suite coziference to
be held Sept. 303, and Oct. 1 and, 2 at

St. Joseph and Penton Harbor wvere
aIlso elected They are Mirs. H. G.,
IBerger, M1r s. A. H. Stoneman, Mirs.
ChParles Pratt, Mlrs. L. E. Tingley, Miss
C r i W a t M r .G F .A mi d e.Alternatives for the delegates w ere t
elected as follows : Mrs. C. J. Lyons,
Mliss Lucy Chapin, Mrs. H. B. Hutch-J
ins, Mrs. C. W. Gill, Mrs. W. W. :Bee-
man, Mrs. H. W. McClure, Mrs. J. A.
Rose, Mrs. J. J. Travis, Mrs. Walter
Staebler, Mlrs. R. G. McKenzie, and
Ms F. T. Morse.{
bA'ILY C t.SSIFIEfl ' BXIG
ON LITTLE INVESTMENT
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Leage Entertais for Junior Women
More than 100 junior women attended
the tea on the terrace of Martha Cook:
building yesterday afternoon. The tea
was given under the direction of the
tWomen's League and the junior wo-
men of Martha Cook acted as hostess-
es. In addition to refreshments, the
guests were entertained by songs by
Lillis Beattie, '25, a piano solo by
Clara Bartholomew, '25, and a reading

by Charlotte 1
"Crissie Discove

WANA JOB?
THE GRAN D SPEC~ILTIE.S COMIPANY OFt CHICAGO
;: stWANTS 4
Student salesruen to sell haraware articles including aln
sharpener, door stops, , and a windlow lock. All are new' types.
Tlerritory4 open anywhere in lMichigaun and in any state wvest,.
dept Minnesota. Sell in your home town. Good commissions.
See, Rt E. ADAIISON y or Write
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will be held at the Clm-k,,son 1place con{
rGeddes road.
Fresh:man Girls' Glee club will hold'
a rehearsial at 2:30 o'clock today in,
Mr. W heeler's studio, School of Music.
All dues must be naid by Monday. j
All four acts of the Senior Girls'
play will rehearse at 9:30 o'clock this
morning at Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Act 1 will rehearse at 7 :30 o'clock
Monday in the same place.

TE SCHrl"ULTZ LOER
PUBFOOD URVFJYORS I

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114-116 E. WASING1 TON ST.

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insurance
-What is worse than a hole in
a sock? Bad for the foot, bad
for the idsposition.
Keep away from the nuisance
-enjoy sock Insuritnece-by
buying "Bullet-Proof" Hose
for Men; guaranteed 6 pairs
6 months, without darning,
for only $1.50.
. Twenity-:isle cents a~ pair for
real hosiery value-guaran-
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reinforced: heel and ,toe.,

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;DAILY CLASSIFIEDS BRIN G.
BIG RESULTS-
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1.1 12 1 3 141 15 16 17;
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25 26( 27 28 2 0 30 31

ATETOSEA4
IS IT ECQNOMY?
WE D1O NOT :THINK SO>

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We are not converted to the idea "of mnaking our customers
carry the jobbers stock, so we are here in the Grocery Business
to do that for you. We will name you prices at anxy time for
delivery from our stock in any quantity that you'may wish.
We will guarantee that you wvill be better satisfied than
if you had your pantry filled with a lot of. goods thOnat you did
not want, nearly so much as the Stranger who cscl d you, tried
to rnak:e you believe. .;,.

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?N ic.We do higl class
w o RkA; ineiaiug', bieaing wrand
hats. we use no acis-this is
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rl'gulor fiactory work.
FA CTiORY HAT STORE
617 Packard .Phone *17a92
(Where D. V,. R. 'Stops- at State).

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Track practice and events inevitably pro-
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application of Mifflin Alkohu.. will bring
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quick, pleasant relief.
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After bathing, a Mifflin rube-down is cool-
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After exercise, Mifflin Alkohol' relieves
tired muscles and many "sore-spots."
Mifflin Alkohol is denatured by a formula
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College teams and many other athletc
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