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W I1TNES'rAY, APRIL S, 1925i

THES MICHIGAN DATLY

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-~Athena will hold its regular meet- Ca p sElcin
ing at 7 :15 o'clock in the Athena
room. To Be Held Today

Lawrence, Tauns., April 7.-Kansas
university's Dramatic club is under-
taking the production of: its most ex-

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)TICES

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WAISA SENDS DELEGATESALUMNAE CLUBS KELP
TO URBANACONFERENCE: ILAGUE CAMP9iGN
Encouragement of group activities( oyly nIa ~ieinterest in
rather~ than individual, was one of the "Mic ! r~an afair's, a ; Vveli as the pro-.
features emphasized at the mid-west- snlo; t inonf the W omen's League cam-

obtain a list of the officers of the There will he a meeting of Mor-
A lumnae clubs in the various cities tarboard at 7: 10 tonight at the The-
at Memorial hall. Ita Phi Alpha house.

Al te. oenwh-rewokngo tensive and most expensive play,
Alltii.W~oilwhoareworingOH All women are to vote today at the j "herchiez la Femme."' There will be
the Life Mlembersh ip committee areII
reqeste tobring replies from lt;elections of the executive Offices ofitue e es n h lywl n
t(,rs to Alumnae to Constance Clarke the Womien's League, the W. A. A. and (1el(de tourteen acts phlaye d by a cast
from 2 to 5: 3i0 o'clock today at Bar-' the Y. NV. C. A. which' are to be heldl of mare 1than 40 actors. Expenses are
loul gymnasiiumi. from 8 to 6i o'clock at IUniversity hl.ii estimated( at $700.

Lansing, April 7.- Three millionE
dollars worth of highway bonds was r
sold to a syndicate headed by Keene i
Taylor andi company by the state ad-
mninistrative board today.

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ern conference of the Athletic confer-;pelt-n form i [Tic urpose of recently: READlTHE L tIASSIIID ADSJ
ence of American college women held organiz e(, Altlniie clubs in the differ-!n
last week-end at Urbana, 1ll. The ent states. Among th~e Alumnae clubs
Michigan W. A. A. sent two official in the northwest are enthu.;iastic o'-; Easter Just Isn't Aster
delegates, Marianna. Smalley, '25, and ganizations in Spokane, Seattle, Ta-{
Irene Field, '27, also the following un- coma, andl Port lanid, according to Mis ' Without a New Dress
official delegates, Louise Roberts, '26, Da phne Dodds, '1S, Field secretary for lFashion shows a decided favor.
,Harriet Donaldson, Dorothy Ogborn, the W~onns League. itisitifor the basque % aist with
a'26, and Myra Finsterwald, '27. j One of the nearest out-of-state uis bonuant skirt. Dresses for I
Three of the Michigan women tooks Alumnae organizations i., in Toledlo, any affair In new and delightful
part in the basketball game which Ohio, whore a campaign for the Wao- styles designed 'by
was played by teams made up of dele-' men's League fund is now being car-
j' gates from the various schools. Miss', red on. $1,000 in small gifts has!.
Roberts was chosen captain of one been con. test' to dlate towards theV
ateam and led them to victory. fur((. Abviii'tit alancOe for the Leaguei
In a speech given at the open meet- ' has )ii op~t.lane.! for'thme latter part
Ing Saturday morning, Miss Smalley' of Apj I, ana( also a large (dinner!a
Kexplained the intramural athletic act-' party for t he Alumni and Alumnae or- -
Ivities of this University. Few of the ganizations.I
other colleges represented had tourn- The -various Alumnae clubs are
arnents like, those here; athletic honor anxious to get in touch 'with the
'charts for houses or outlaw teams. Michigan women returning to their
home towns for the sunier, to get 22NcesAcd
Lawrence, Kans., April 7.-Kansas the enithliusi a an spirit of lbthe 2 NcklsAra-
relay meets to be held this month dergraniuate. Womliau who come from
have been insured against rain. cities having no Aichigan┬░ alumnnae 'tlflll~ltt~lllillitl~tt!:
Should one-tenth of an inch or more org; ni zat Ions ai (' inrgad to stop at the; :.
of rain fall between the hours cif 10FAlumna1e otiijecinl Alumniii lVenioiial_
and 3 o'clock, the Athletic association h all ai tor Aly' 7, to t'oid~it Miss IDodds )
will be paid $4,000. cn(I -t 1 stl l>ir~ to
Alu (:lccbs. Al ,o. ally sill (eill. I-1
h. READ) THE CL.ASSIFIED I) AIS, p1 oniju to 15() We.t li ,issummner mna y
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Pre-Easter
-FUNNING new springt- of_
k) coats in the Very latest = New Spring Hats
spring styles have arrived in
tlmefor aste wea. DrssyA superb collection of smart,
and strictly tailored models. - new and individual designs
Prices are astonishingly low. ineeytprf orc a
$25.00 to $65.00. Others to fon rye atidi ous womrc an.
$125.00.rte atdiu wmn
SECOND FLOOR --
GOODYEAR'SWESCH HATI
1241 SOUITHI-I FiIA1iN STORE
206 East Libel ty

Pia. L iterary societyv will hold a Mfeeting of the :Matinee Vlusicale
regular meeting at 7:15 o'lock to- ho rd at 12:3~0 o'clock today at thme
night in the Port ia 01l1ub 001ho h mf!Unon.
Angell hall.
--- ;Perth, Apvil 7.--West Australia has
WV. A. A. executive hoard will meet (ldecided against prohibition. In Sun-
at 4 o'clot k today, in iiiarboizr gymn-(la'y's polling 35,406 were cast for pro-
nas I u.hibition and 64.377 against it.
Trhis Week Only
Flannel and Kasha Sport Frocks
That Combine Comfort
and Beauty

T wo) aditions aire to matde to the0 -
judiciary council for juniors; Dorothy Patlronlize Nhii'y AM,,Oi! ~s ---it
Malevinson mandolRuth I lirshman. ppy..-.Av;at.
In response to the unusual demand, the Ann Arbor
Playmakers will giv. an additional performance of
"THE CLEARING HOU-)SE

in their Playshop at
9, at 8:00 P. MA
Wahr's.

716 Spring street, on
Admission one dollar.

Thursday, April

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T'ickets now at

p.

(fWALK-OVER'S FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY~

$15

-- $19.75

am $25

'IWalIk

OFootwear

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Easter

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And perhaps that is why they are not
worn only for sports. So handsome are
they, so well-tailored and so becomning,
the smart woman includes several in her
wardrobe, Our large collection includes
the box pleat, the Chanel neck, standing
collar, slit pockets and wide belts. Fash-
ioned of flannel or Kasha, they may be
had in all pastel colors as well as the
much favored natural.
Just Off State

Latest Strap Pattern
the "Ti llure"
Blond Satin
Black Satin
Patent with Tan Strap
TR-4 M R RE. V.S.PAT Off.
115 South Main St.

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(New-.folo the straight-
} line. to smartnes
Q LENDER, all ofI
t/hem. And colorful.
Destined to cmir their way into Wb
( your spring wardrobe. By their
youth. By their si mple good tastye.
By their bright braid and embroid-
C ~ ~ery. Their fascnng: new colors.
Their soft peach-blw extre.Their
new becoming collars. More fea.
C ~ ~Uwesth an we can desribe. Artpncy
We are proud to inssxibe.J.
AC
C A Special S howing atj
$45
(MACK'S SECOND FLOOR)
tt,

CHARLES TITTMANN

Vi i a.II A I t..aVV1Aj'4

tVtlat.tlf)L t. L M A N

Siome of thae world's noted artists with. the

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FRANCES PERALTA

KATHRYN MI ISLE

Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor
May 20-21-22-23

Six Concerts

- -Four IDays.

INFORMATION REGARDING TICKETS
Course Tickets-On sale up to May 11,,$5, $5.50, $6, $7
$3.00 is deducted if Festival Coupon. from
Choral Union Ticket is turned in-
Address orders to Charles A. Sink, Secretary, Ann 'Arbor,
Michigan.

HENRI SCOTT'

MARIA CHAMLEE

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