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THURSDAY, APRTL 310, 1925

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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ThTURSDAY, APIIIL 30, 1925 PAGE F!V~

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LeagueTckt
PSaleWill Ciose WINNER OF PAGEANT
TO uri U0I r~ii Friday at 5 o'clock the ticket sale CONTEST ISANNOUNCED

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Bridge Tea
May

May 9 and 'Benefit
3 Are Features of
Week

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PETER PAN GIVEN j
Two big opportunities for the Un-
tersity women to support the Wo-
men's League, and also to derive con-
siderable entertainment, have been
scheduled within the next few weeks.,
An outdoor tea will be given May
9 at the home of Mrs. Joseph Bursley.
This will occur during the time of
Mother's Day house parties and will
a nice way to entertain the mothers.
Arrangements for transportation are
being made, and will be announced
later. Tickets for the bridge tea will
be put on sale in the various houses
the latter part of the week.
The League has arranged with the
Arcade theater for a benefit movie
which will be presented Sunday May
3 and will run four days. The film
selected is James M. Barrie's "Peter
Pan" which has been well received in
the larger cities. Tickets may be
procured from the women in the
houses, at the candy booth, and at
Grace Clark's desk in Barbour gym-
nasium. Only those tickets sold by
the women will be given credit to
the League. The woman who sells
the greatest number of tickets will be
given 25 complimentary tickets which
may be used at the Arcade theater at
any time. The admission price for all
performances will be 50 cents.
Women Athletes
Choose President
Myra Finsterwald, '27, was elected
president of the Women's Athletic as-
sociation at the elections held yester-
day in University hall. The other
new officers will be Dorothyr Ogborn,
vice-president, Norma Clarke, '26,
secretary, Evelyn Ogborn, '28, treas-
The installation of officers will
take place at the W. A. A. house
party which will be held from tomor-
row afternoon to Sunday night at

for the installation supper for the
new officers of the Women's Lergue Gertrude Foster was judged the
closes. No places will be reserved winner of the Freshman Pageant pos-
and all tickets must be purchased by ter contest by Alfred G. Pelikan of
tad(ate. All the egurhsedor- the engineering school. Tphe work
tha dae.Allth legu hose, dr-of Marion WVelles and of Virginia
mitories, and sorority houses are be- Crossman received second and third
ing canvassed and( on the night of theCrsanecvdseodadtr
supn , anvasd a t o the ghofe place in the contest which was open
supper, May 6, most of the housesfral
are giving up their regular dinner in for all freshman women. Pelikan
order that everyone may attend the states that the 19 posters suwmittei
installation. Speakers and music are were excellent and that the winning
being arranged. Decoration plans sprofessional in d-
are under the direction of Helen sign and workmanship. The posters
1 Brown '25. are on exhibition in Barbour. gym-
nasium.
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the Y. V. cottage at Cavanaugh lake.
Reports from the delegates who at-
tended the midwestern conference at
Urbana, Ill., of the Athletic confer-
ence of American college women will
also be a feature of the house party.
Havana. A riA 2.-Thiry pa-seng-
ers on the steamer Niagara have been
denied permission to land, Dr. Fran-
cisco Hernandez, immigration corn-
missioner, classifying them as unde-
sirables.

hie com mitee wor an at e re-
hearsals are progressing smoothly
and according to Miss Ethel McCor-
mick of the physical education de-
partment, this is due to the co-op-
eration and efficiency shown by the
freshman women.
The schedule for rehearsals for to-
day is 1 o'clock, Primand and Com-
panions; 4 o'clock, Waltz group; 5:15
o'clock, Mirror group; and at 4:45
o'clock, Crystal group.
READ TIE CLASSIFIED ADS,

j Clubbeauties of this part of the country
Faculty Clubwhich were much in evidence 30 or
Hears Lecture 40 years ago and the barren and un
beautiful sections of today wasj
On Horticulture brought out by Mr. Garfield.
Mr. Charles W. Garfield, of Grand
Rapids, an authority on Horticulture Class Baseball
and Forestry, spoke at the meeting of
the garden section of the Faculty
Women's club yesterday afternoon in
their clubhouse on South Ingalls Tryouts for class baseball held
street. their election of class managers on
Mr. Garfield spoke on "Adventures , Tuesday. Helen Boorman was
in the Realm of Horticulture" and chosen as the senior manager, Doro-
some of his experiences made delight- thy Ogbern as junior, Jean Kyer as
ful tales of living experiences. "Hor- sophomore, and Helen Beaumont as
ticulture, as I define it," said Mr. the freshman manager. This practice
Garfield, "covers a multitude of for baseball will result in a class
things. As a lad, it meant to me a tournament of which Miss Germaine
well developed vegetable or fruit Guiot of the physical education staff,
garden. Horticulture as we know it will have charge. The practice for
today covers vegetable and fruit rais- the junior and freshman teams is
ing but it is also the primary depart- scheduled for 4 o'clock today and the
agent of forestry." seniors and sophomores will meet at
The contrast aetween the natural 5 o'clock today.
New Topcoatsq
Youthful)
Usefcul
UST as necessary-
just as long wearing as
their older utilitarianI
brothers-but far more
handsome in their trig
simplicity, their immac-
ulate tailoring. Single or *
double breasted models,
with man-like pockets
and slim collars. Of
warm weather-proof fab-
ricsin the season s mostj
successful colors.
S ring1925--unmistak-
$25
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"~Pal" Phonographs
$19.50
Two portable phonographs
that regularly sell for $25.00
each are going in the Month
End Clearance at the amaz-
ing price of $19.50. An op-

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All $10.00 Florsheims, $8.85
During our fifteen day stock reducing sale.
CAMPUS BOOTERY
304 South State St.

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Wear a Carnation
in Honor of
MOTHER
MAY 10TH
Step into our store in Nickels Arcade and get
the best to be had. You can afford it at our
reasonable prices.
Send Mother a Bouquet of
ROSES, CARNATIONS
or
SPRING FLOWERS
We have a large assortment of the Bert
Flowerday &.Son.
NICKELS ARCADE

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portunity well
advantage of.

worth taking

DOWNSTAIRS
GOODYLEA 'S
124 SOUTH MAIN

Mother's Day
May 10th
Cards for your mother and the
other fellow's mother.
Mother and Father on Mother's
Day
Father on Mother's Day
Wife on Mother's Day
Husband on Mother's Day
Pal's Mother on Mother's Day
Friend's Mother on Mother's
Day
Grandmother on Mother's Day
Also many charming gifts and
mottoes for mother.
Applied Art
2 Nickels Arcade
Opposite Sub-Station

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Seats Now
Prices-$1.10, $1.65, $2.20, $2.75, $3.30
Messrs. Lee 14d J. J. Shubert Are Proud to Present the
BIGGEST OF ALL SHOWS

GEORGIE
PRICE

BRENDEL
and BERT

MARGARET
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100-Clever Broadway Company-100
50-New York Winter Garden Beauties-50

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LAWR(NCE TIBETT
"Not since the days of Lillian
Nordica has an American heard
such thunders of applause be-
stowed by a Metropolitan audi_.
once as fell to the lot of Law-
rence Tibbett in the part of
Ford in Iloito's 'Falstaff,' " re-
ports the Literary Digest under
dlate of February 7, 1925.

'MAY
FESTIVAL
Hill Auditorium
Ann Arbor
1AAY
20,0 21,9 22, 23

ynes Vera Ross Edgar Atchison-Ely
Jan Moore William Pringle
Louise Blakely Jack Rice
Ann Lowenworth Bob Gilbert
Garden Orchestra-"Llving Chandeliers"

Artists

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YICEN TE BALLESTER
-Ba'itone)
Mr. Jiallester was born in
Spain. He sang frequently in
Barcelona, and later went to
Paris, where lie made his debut
in opera. Since then he has
sung with great success in Italy,
South America, and with both
the hicago and Metropolitan
Oper Companies.
AUGUSUTA L4ENSIKA
(M zzo-Soprano)
Another member of the Chi-

KATHRYN i IEISLE
(Contralto)
Miss Meisle is the possessor
of one of the most beautiful and
opulent voices to be heard to-
day. She has been with the
Chicago Civic Opera Company
since 1923, making her debut in
the imlortant role of Erda in
"Siegfried."
RHYS MORAN
(Tenor)
Mr. Morgan, the young Welsh
tenor, has been described as
"Evan Williams of this genera-
tion." Since coming to America
he has ap eared in practically
all of the music centers of the
East and Middle West in ora-
torio and recital. His engage-
ments have been veritable tri-
umphs.,

Six Concerts

- Four Days

John iEmeruson Its3
JIamies -lanilton
Jftiek 1111
Bireen Ilroiliers
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