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fCiJIGAN DAILY_____

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TO EE DATE'"
ENIOR BREAKFST;
for breakfast, the tradi-I
which the senior won-I

Mother Waits For
U. S. World Flier,

days before

Corn-

encement, will be lie I at 8:30 o'-
ock on June 1.2 at the Union. Tho
eakfast has been part of the sno
omen's pre-Comnmencement cere-,
onies for many years, and an event'
which each senior looks forward
,gerly.
The breakfast is also a time when
1engagements are announced in a
)st unique manner, as the women
note their single or engaged state'
the rejection or acceptance of a
!ce of lemon, A plate of sliced lem-
s is passed around, of which only
e engaged girls partake. This man-
r of announcement is said to havf
ginated many years 'ago through
eer accident, and it was repeated
each graduating breakfast until ii}
came a tradition. The taking of a
ce of lemnon signifies that in a sh~ort
ie the sweetness of single bles~sed-4
s will be over. i

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IESERATIONSFO MA
Reservations for groups may still
be obtained for the annual May break-g
fast to -be' held 'Saturday morning, at
SBarbour gymnasium,tunder. the' au-
spices of the University Y. W. C. r4.
Any group wishing 'to make'special
reservations is asked to 'call Mi Is
Mary Rloss, at th~e office of NewberryI
ball..
Breakfast will be served] at .8:30 o'-
clock and again at 9:30 o'clock. As v
special feature for both hours, a nov-
elty song skit will be given by Ainn
Gale, '26, and Mary Lou Miller, '26.
Members of the University leadership
commission will serve at the break-'
fast. Apple blossoms are to be used
as decorations throughout the hall.
Single tickets may be obtained al,
Wahr's' and Graham's bookstores, an(]
at the office of Newberry hall. Ad-!
mission price is 35 cents. Everyon~eI
planning to attend is urged to buyl
tickets immediately, as no tickets will
be on* sale 'at the door. May Festival
guests are especially invitedl to at-
tend.

WOMEN VOTERS LEAGUE
TO HEAR REPORTS MAY 7

Reports of the national convention,
the National League of Women Votersj
will be given at a meeting of the Arnn
jArbor branch of the organization at
7:30 o'clock on Tuesday, Mlay 27, in
[the auditorium of La.ne hall. These
Iwill be given by MIrs. L. M. Warfield
and IMrs. Dallaf Bacehe, state president
of the Oregon leanue.
Prof. Thomas It. Reedl, of the polit-I
ic al science dep, rtinent, and director
of the bureau of government, will
spea on"The American Intititute of
Politics," which will be held in the
University from July 21 to 26 this.
summer ?;y the N\ational Leagute of
Women Voters.
New members may join at this time
by paying the mecmbership1 fee of 257
cents.' College wvomen, under voting.
age, that is 21 years, aire eligible to
membership.
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Notices
The Athiena icnic -will be held at
5. o'clock Mronday, : i o 26, at the
fireplace, All thosec who wish to at-
tend must sign on the bulletin board
I lu University hall by Friday night.
Members of Portia will meet at s
o'clock today at the Women's Leaguie
room of University bail to attend
their annual picnic.' All who expect
to go should notify Bernice Smit h,

1925-11, or sign the announcemnent on ! the parlors of Barbouir gymnasi
the bulletin board in~ University hall.i in order to decide the tie in the sop
In case of rain the picnic will be held4 more elections.
indoors.t
Prominent women workers in
Acts 3 and 4 of the Senior Girls'
play will rehearse at 4' o'clock today I Democratic party have organized
at Sarah Caswell Angell hall. Act 1I"Committee of Nine" to prepare
f w ill re h e a rse a t 4 o 'clo ck to m o rro w ,)ad a t a ' l c t m r o v _ Q
. ing at the :same place. -IIP ,'

The 'Iandolin club will meet at f
o'clock today in Newberry hiall.
A meeting of all sophJomore women
wvill be hield at 3:30 o'clock today in
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'Y ork, June 4. The m em b c m it e a ,:K iate! br e
the Good], Alrs. Daniol O'Day. M
for Miathews and Nirs. John Quip

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You need a
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SAM PLES

A 'Newiv Ptttern

4UY WOOLFOLK & CO.
ISO S.; State Street
I Ann Arbor, .1rlcii.

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Designed by

Camp Panhellenic
Off er s Retreat
For College Girls
Camp Panhellenic~ at Washington
Island, Wis., has been organized forl
college and professional women. It
aims to develop a closer relationship
between those in college a.nd those
out of college, It offers a retreat
from the daily routine of school or
business life, a relief from the con-
ventional resort.
Anyone interested in learning more
about this camp are asked to consult
either Miss Josephine MacKercher orI
Miss Gladys R. Dixon between 9 and
5o'clock today or tomorrow in Bar-
bour gymnasium.
Sophomores Will
Entertain At Tea

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Mrs. Nancy J. Mfartin
r.Frederick MCartin, wife of the
commander of the rountt-the-world
flight, isn't the only one whose arms
will await him when he returns fromn
Alaska. Mrs. Nancy J. Martin is
~waiting in Mowbridge, 'S. C., to see
her boy ag~ain. This is the first
photo made of her In 18 years. She
was 65 years old the day he was re-
ported safe after his crash in the
Alaskan wilderne'gs.

MARTHA- COOK 'WINS
Martha Cook defeated Alpha Chi
Omega in ,the baseball tournament
yesterday with a score of 15 to 6. F.
Light and M. Sturtz distinguished
themselves on the Alpha Chi Omega
team and Ann Sullivan and Helen
Jones starred for Martha Cook.
MIle. Helene Vacaresco, Roumanian
poet and lecturer, is the only woman
to represent her country In .the Lea-
gue of Nations.

iNine Sophomo - res t
Elected To Wyvr
Wyvern, honorary society °for jun-I
i fr women held its annual spring in-
itiation yesterday afternoon at the Pi
Beta Phi house. Those who -were ac-
eepted into membership wvere: Mar-
garet Effinger, Margaret Geddes, Eliz-
abeth McDowell, Dorothy Olgborn,
Elizabeth Parrot, Ruth Rankin, Eliz-
abeth Tompkins, Kathryn Wills on and
Elizabeth Van Valkenburgh.

In a few dlays exams
start.
Then you, will want a
REAL fountain pen-
one that holds plenty of
ink and that will be on
the job every second.
Buy it nown so it will be
broken in.
$7.25 to$.2
They /an t liime
302 State St.

NEW YORK
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.ea. dance which

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BROADWAY Ar40" STREET 144 WEST 42"' STREET
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AT THIE THEATER

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One of the most
serviceable bits
of deskfurniture yt
is Oh Henry!
sliced.;
Try it once
anid you'llfind
it's just as necessary
Heary
A Fine Candy
10c Everywhere

Itdos o pyroes e
F=your time in loo0king around con- '
tinitally for the little ones when
~.you can buy so economically in
our shop. Let us Iprove, this to E
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Phone 2963.8
OpnSaturday Ev enings
"E~verything f93' Kiddies"
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An Extraordinary Sale of

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May Festiv'

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Genuine

Westgate ILamps

will be! I
play for

The

greatest

Opportunity

be a novelty dance by Ann Gale, '26.
The arrangements for the affair arc
in charge of the class social commit-
tee which consists of Kathryn Clarke,'I
chairman; 'Elizabeth McDowell, Jes-
sie Sprague and Kathryn Wilson.
Mrs. J. P. Cousins has the distinc-
tion of being the first woman magis-
trate of British India, having recently;
been appointed to the post. The am.
p ointment is considered more remark-
able from the fact that Mrs. Cousins
is a white woman, not a native.

W"uerth - "Let- Not Man Puit
Asunder," and "S~aub?' Pol-
lard in "Join the ,Circus."
Orpheum- Laura La Plonte 'in
"Crooked Alley."

Stage--This Week

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you have ever had to 'buy
Junior and B ridge Lamps of
nationally known value.

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Downs-of new and beauti-
X1ul styfles at prices which are
faictu-frers cost,

NOW
PLAYING

Garrick - Louis Mann and,
George Sidney in "Give and
Take."

Thursday, Fr~iday and Saturday

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Official War
Department
Pictures

A Limited Number Only.

Special Window Displays.

Dont Miss It.

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This extraordinary sa-le of Westgate L4Amps will enable y ou to add attractive touchies
to your home while you are entertaining May Festival Guests A very fortunate pur-
chase on our part and' the fact that the manufacturers are at bit, over-p)roduced enables
us to offer these fine lamps at decidledly lowered prices.

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PRICES
matinee
All Seats
35C
E veilng
All Seats
500c

TtlI en in Action by the Signal Corps of the U. S.
Army -and Comipiled in One Stupendous; Story
Showing the History of America's Mari: in the
World War. -
YOU WvvILL SEE

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This group comprises several styles of
'Westgate Bridge l amps-just the thing
to' place near a comfortable chair to
make a cozy place for reading. The
twelve inch bridge shades of genuine
silk georgette qre. lined and inner lined.
They have heavy. k'--inch fringes and
satinet skirts with picot edges. Stand-
ard,, are fully weighted. They are regu-
larly sold at $27.50-three days only,
$12.75.

This ,group includes both Westgate and
Junior Lamaps. The bridge lan'~ps hav0'
fourteen-inch genuine silks georgette
shades with six-inch fringes and satinet
shirts with picoted.edges. Th~e standards
-are attractively finished in black and
gold. 'Both types are tasseled: The stand-
ards are well weighted. Such lamps usu-
'ally "sell at $35.00-during this sale the y
will go at $15,7:.

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Your great Battles

Prices Include
Tax

"CHATEAU THIERRY"
"CANTIGNY" "ST. MIHIEL"
and the "ARGONNE"

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Although you can't see the
sticky filar left on clothes by
all cleaning agents except
Benzol---it's there. It mrakes
recleaning necessary very
qickly. -We use Benzol

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STAR~TING Sil

MAY 25TH

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Th'is 'groutp includes a' limit-
ed inmber of junior and
bridge lamps, which, under
ordinary conditions, would re-
tail at a' price around $40 to 1
$45. The shades are the same
size as those described at
$18.75, but come in rich. b-ro-
cades and laces as well as
pure 'georgettes. During
sale, $23.75.

$29.25

In this group are foun'd both
junior. and bridge lamps, usu-
ally priced $65 to $70. The
shades are of the richest silk
georgettes, broc~ades and lac-
es. The workmanship is per-
fect. All standards are fin-..
fished in genuine leaf and are
beautifully ornamented and,
tasseled. 'They wvill sell this
week at $29.25.

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