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213, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

23, 1925 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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REGSTATIN PEN ISchedule Second
FORTENISTORNE ~Election In W.A.
FOR TENNIS T seon lectionl for the p~residenCt

Women who wish to take part in
the spring tennis tournamecnt must
sign up on oneC of the two tennis
posters which are to be found in Bar-
hour gymnasium and the Palmer field
house. The posters wvill be taken
k ;own; at 6 o'clock Tuesday, and no
one will be allowed to register after
~.that time.
~.Since the 'time for the tournament
r is short, the schedule of games will
Sbe arranged and posted next Wednes-
d (ay and the opening games will be
Splayed that day.
SThe courts will be open for prac-
tice every day except at the class
~;hours of 10,11, 2, and 3 o'clock.
Athl etic honor points will be given
Sfor participation in the tournament
as well as for winning games.
SCommittee Decides
New Honor Points
Decision has been made as to the
". niumber of, points to be awarded to
~"those taking some part in the Senior

of the Womn'~s Athletic ass;ociation
w vill he held from 110 to 12, and from
1 to 3 0' clo ck, next Wednesday. The}
first election, which was hld Thurs -
(lay, April 9, resulted in a tieclbetween
the two candlidates, Myra Finster-
Iwald, '27 and Irene Field, '27.
All active members, that is all who
have 100 points and who have paid !
the dollar dlues, are eligible to vote.
It is hoped that 100 per cent will
take part.

BASEBL
OFFERS
All hiousee to
part in thre ini
nainent must
b~oard in Barb
the endl of th
managers of t
4 o'clock Mon
to arrange foi
to decide uipon
tou rnament.
Women who
or umpires for

suit Miss Elsie Erley this week so
that teams may be assigned to them.
Teteams will compete for thre sil- ' -
ver trophy which was won last yeari
NOTICES
by the Betsy Barbour team, and
which will be awarded permanentlyj______________I
tthe house which wins it for three -
sccessive years. More than 351
Tem eneedlstyar 6 ems posters will be accepted for the WV.
TOURNAMENI ha enered astear;th1s eams Fiarstelatdyo.hc
1 aleadysignd fr ths yer. A. A. contest for I;Dntern Night, Field:;
'turn!At least 7 diamonds will be avail-;dyanfrthfesmnpgn.
SiLK H~ TROPHY abl this year, making it possible to daad o h fehaIpgat
plyoff 7 games per day when thre!
weather permits. Houses which 1 An important meeting of the Uni-;I
ams who wish to take 1brve not enough players for a. team i versity Girls' Glee club will be heldI
tramural baseball tour-I shouldf combiine or form a team from. at 4:30 o'clock today at the School of-I
sign up on the bulletin{ their zonle. Women whose houses Music.
Dour gymnasium before ! have no team ma~y sign up on the
is week. The athletic poster ini Barbour gymnasium for the The members of Mother Goose
.he teams will meet at outlaw team. dance group of the Freshman page-
iday, at the gymnasium ant will meet at 4 o'clock tomorrow,
r practice periods, andl CORRECTION !in Sarah Caswell Angell hall in cos-!
idates and rules for the1 The style show party to be given by ! tun~e for practice.
the Woman's league will not be held I
Swish to act as coaches tomorrow as announced in The Daily Senior women of the University
rthe gaimes should con- yesterday but is scheduled for May 1. School of M'usic will meet at 5 o'clock

Ac-

today in room 106 of the School of
Music.
Chairmen. of the committees of the
Freshman pageant will meet at 4 o-1
clock today in' the office of the dean
of women.
The freshman-sophomore indoor
track meet will be held at 4 o'clock

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today in Barbour gy mnasium.

tion pictures of the participants will
be taken at this time.
rMadrid, April 22.-William. Freder-
ick Hohenzollern, eldest son of the
former German crown prince, is a
guest at the royal palace in Madrid.'
HEAD) THE CLASSIFIED ADS,

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SUMMER WORK
Mr. R. S. Branch of Chicago will interview Michigan
University men and women who wish employment for this
coming vacation at the Hlotel Allenel on

Come in.

S HAGMOOR tailored
suits in trim, boyish styles
are smart, and practical. In
tan, grey, blue and heather
mixtures. Modestly. Priced 'at
$35.00. Come in and see
them.

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and see our white felt hats

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Saturday,

April

25,

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SECOND FLOOR

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II Applicants are requested not to call before 9 A. M.

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,!i rl's play andL in thle Flresnman _________________________________________
pageant. The points for these two
activities were undecided at the time
t~ of- the revision of the point system ---
chart. Senior girls' play points are
a$ follows: chairman b points, tem-
por'ary; committee chairman, 4-
ponts, temporary; committee mom-
hers, 2 points, temporary; those tak-
ing part in the play, 3 points, tem-
porary.
l Points for the pageant are: Chair-
i man 4 points, temporary; committee
$,chairman, 2 points, temporary; com-
initte 'members, 1 point, temporary.
his ytepitssemcmiteadekers of Beauty IDo Not Delay!
l= This distribution was recommended,
aaccepted by the board of directors of IYou have but a few hours more to receive expert
the omans Legue.diagnosis and advice from Mle. Behan
I All members of Portia society who ' PrnaRersttieo
mexpect to attend the banquet Thurs- Proa ersnaieo
cl * ay, April 29, should call Doris
-Singi uff 1461 R before Saturdayr I
World-acclaimed Beauty Cuturist
FTY YV~ y V1who has been here for five days in our Toliet Goods
Department and who returns after April 25 to the New
York Salon de Beaute Valaze of the famous Beauty
[ a tc hCopeiait, once and learn from Mlle. Behan the secrets
., .of attaining and retaining the radiant complexion and
the clear-cut contour of Youth. Consultation and '
ei r advice without charge on overcoming the obstacles to
Beauty, such as:
sDry Skin Relaed Muscles Blackheads Sallowness
sWrinkes Oily Skin Acne Discolorations
Crowsfeet Open Pores Tan-Freckles Doui Chin
The Latest from 'Paris
i4y
Madamre Ruinstein sends from her Paris Laboratoy, some
ravishing new Valaze Beauty Touches, unexcelled inquality
and presented in the most: captivating conainers l Ask to see
them when you visit out store..
~i Cards
Place CardsI
Tally Cards _________________________________
Birthday Cards
Anniversary (Cards ; 111I-ll1111f1~ t111iiillilitl1111ti~ lt11lit11ltllll
Convalecent Cards
Friendship Cards=
Hospitality CrdsI-
.Whydon't-you-write (Cards
Post Cards u e'
Or any other card you mny wish A-
pp 2 Nickels Arcade=
Opposite Sub-Statloni Fashion allowed her fancy ,Ii
- = to run riot when she origin- 2
________________ated these lovely crepes,
p-I._ ____ ____ ___3and the result is stunning. ,o, =
_______________Frocks literally splashed = I
T~ta teru'L~aQ ~ = with vivid color. Sometimes
-' It is in the form of gorgeous
~ - bouquets. Sometimes, in
2 ~ ~ - ~,,clever geometric patterns.
,: I \~>'So gay is the fabric itself,
t w that the Frocks are beauti- E
- fully simple and graceful in -
\ )i= line.
BreadPriesBegin atI
THE perfect loaf. . . Bedi $16.75 -
s 1 -browned to a nicety and =
* wholesomely delicious-is a dis-
pllet of baking day gloom.{
Many mothers know, and tell =_ °-
their friends, that it cheers the 1= _________
children's meals and the 'twix't- ~1~ - -
rtimtes-bites-to-eat.-
We Deliver. Phone 3310-T1 i At the Arcade Branch- a

ni5iIiI. All the new things in un-1I j,- Arcar hn Rrv hIiC p / Ez i il

Wesch Hat Shop'

GOOD YEAR'S
1424 SOUTH MAIN

Phone 1390-R

206 East Liberty St.

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EasLiberty St.
off State
Week-End Offering
Sport and ManishI ',.,.
Tailoreid Coats - *
Wonderfu Values at
Exceptional Reiductioln",'s
Three Groups

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We are not exaggerating when we'
slay these coats are the finest we
have seen this season at anywhere
near these prices. When you see.
them, we are sure you, too, will
marvel at their exquisite, careful
tailoring, their fine fabrics and style.
In these three groups are sport type
coats and mannish tailored coats
with velvet collars. Exceptional
values of truly high type.

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2 .75

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Flannel Dresses $47
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Fine flannel dresses. Newest styles,
colors and combinations. Made to

sell at $35.

Veryexceptional values

at this low. price.
Special Reductions
on Ensembles

Pure Linen and Genuiie
Els Dresses at $5.98,
These smart dresses are suit-
able for sport, street or business
wear. Nicely tailored through-
out. Colors of blue, tan, rose,
gray, Durple, copper, rookie

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