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REORSPRESENTED Al
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comtmittee. The offices filledI were:
Mr's. N. a Tra vs. Iron Mion ta in. first
vice-lvresidlC nt; Airs. R. A. Steven4ef,,
Flint, secretary.

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PLAS OMLETD ORCommittees Named
.._. .. For League Tea
Sbe 13iId g e tea., which is to be'
gvnStraafenoay9atAttractive floral decorations ini-# the home of Mrs, Josephi A. Bursicy,
eluding potted flowers, fresh flowers, isth last big function to be spore-
ferns and all seasonal varieties of sored by the Women's League. As,1
spring flowers will be uised to create the affair is to, be a feature of the
- an appropriate atmosphere for the; week-end during which so many
formal instajiation ceremony next! mothers will b~e in Ann Arbor all;
Wednesday. the officers to be in- women are urged to take advantage
stalled will takc their place on a of the entertainment and to engage
platform erected for* the purpose andr tables for themselves and guests. As
~brief addresses will be made., Ac- the Bridge tea is to be held on !the!
cording to the committee it is ex-! lawn of the Bursley home it will be
pected outside talent from Detroit' postponed a week if the weathers
will' be secured to 'direct' the singing, should be unsuitable for the occasion.
'rhe supper, preceding directly, the 1 The following committee has been
initiation itself will begin promptlyi appointed to make artangements:
at ;x:30; o'clock Wednesday in Bar-j Margaret Beal, '25 chairman; tickets,
bour gymnasium. Most of the league; Elizabeth Nutt, '28; and Evelyn Mur-.
houses, sororities, .and the Martha; ray, '27; Publicity, Marion Welles.
Cook building,have. dispensed with '28; patronesses, Grace Clark, '26;,
their regular dinner In order that the refb eshmients, Anne Seeley, '28 and
women may bie encouraged to 'attend D)orothy Currie, '27. The tickets are
the installation.. Committees In, 75 cents.'
charge of the istallation are: Olive
McKay, '25; general chairman; Hleleni A Russian noblewoivian who once
1V. Brown; '256, decorations; Ethel. had 'as many as 401 servants em- i
Schroeder; '2r, 'tickets; ; Esther Do- ployed in her hxousehold, is now earn-
Wit~t, posters, Marguerite Dittton, '26, ing $12 a week as a seamstress in
publicity, and° Dorothy Cline, '26. Paris.

efl.ii.U, VI. IUII ILII I JUJI At 12:30 o'clock the dIblegates W(re
entertained at luncheon at the C'hurch
-R efqhr st an d i u e i t l o l w n
Request Dancers! Michigan branch of the Amierican the lunchieon theiafeno{,swn
Associat ionl of University Women heldopnd
For Play Try outs, their annual meeting yesterday at ;~eid wr aeb h
j A nii emoialhal wen.40dele- Reports wr aeb h er-
gates representing eight different senltatives of the branches represent.-
TrC youts for the Senior Play which bri'~n1(hes we r icsent. edl-Ann Arbor.,JBattle Creek, Birmiing-
is to be given following the Senior The mibp ing session opened at 10 h lam, Detroit,' Lansing, Port hluron.
Breakfast during conmmencemnent i ('lock, presided over by Miss Fan- and Saginaw. Two Ann Arbor dede-
week, are to be hield at 4 o'clock ira. Crocker, state president of thegae toheninlcnvtonC
ModyadTedyiah Ultr association. The minutes of the lasit the A. A. U. NA. held in Indiananpolis
Ilum of Newberry 11x11. l aial meeting held May 10, 1924. at, from April 8, to' 11, Miss Jea neftt
According to Mrs.. Stanley Lowe, Last Lansing were read and approv- ler n r.Dte rnmd
formerly Bernice Jones '18, who is to :r(1 eports on the work accomplisheda
direct the play, it is expected that ed(1 Reurtsfthe stoerwercomplish-"
'teewill be several dancing lat d(uigtelatya eemd this meeting. The association then
ther pars y the chairmen of the state commit- adopted the resolution that they supl-
also ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ te anorotno heeprswl schoarships, finance, educa- (port the petition of Michigan State
be hleld Sat'the same time. tina and legislative, and interna- college that they be recognized -in thew
- tional relations. National organization. The meeting es
Ottawa, May 2.-A resolution ap- Dri. Mary Thompson Stevens of D~e-
proving a treaty between Canada and troit add ressedi the delegates onl thle
the U.- S. providng for the "further; topic, "Why We As College Women.
dlemarkationl of the international ' mould Stlluy the Problem of Staty
boundary" was passed by the 1House !Institutions." The morning session
of Commons Friday and referred to; adjouirnedi after the passing of a mo- SAT r n
thLeae ion that the secretary cast a unan- k na

LE DERNIEII- ('111!
Tlhe - en, teslt fashion note is
flit Iraiuslareiut doat, fiiiflore'din
chiffon or georgette. One of
these in dark blue or black
worn over the seasonl's miost
erotic prints mIak(es Uanexel.-
I ionaiill 1 wearalIe cost umei for
2Nickecl,.qArcadtiI
Plionie *I,2

-A Womiei's Hair -
Shop *N-
M. E. Sheahan
tImport curly hair, $5.50 -
. up.-
-Hair Goods--
- Switches, Sick Pieces,
- Curls.
Mcvde of your own hair,
$3.00.
Switches made over.
- Phone 4368
610 East Liberty-
Mfemo tial hibrwary and the Lawyers'
club to inspet 1)oth buildings.

wvas then adjourned and thec delegates
escortedl from there to Clements

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nominees named lely the nominating

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Two from Harmony Land Will
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Newest .for summer is the
gayly printed or striped
dress. Smart one and two
piece styles of crepe and tub
silk in all the season's most
beautiful colors are lowo priced
here. Only $15.00!
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Willi1am Pringle
James Hamilton
Jack Race

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Jan Noore
Ann Loweiiworl h
Louise Blakely

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Jack Hall
Bob0) Gilbert
Breen Brothers

50--WINTER GARDEN BEAUTY BRIGADE---O
BIGGEST OF ALL SH-OWS
Prodn-ced -Under the Personal Direction of Mr. J. J. Shubert
S"EATS NOW ON SALE
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of
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Sincere' Toilet Preparation.
You are inivitied to visit
Iny IHair ,shop on Wednes-
day and Thursday, May 7
and 8, wherec:Mrs. Margaret
Wilson, Spec:ial Representa-
tive of the Blanco Co. of
New York will. give you a
Conpiintiar~i Facial to suit
your Individual Require-
mnent.
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Until He Jiet The Spitfire
WHAT DOES EVERY MAN WANT? MUST A
WOMAN BE EITHER A H UMAN IC ICLE TO
OTHERS AND TOBASCO SAUCE WHEN IT
COMES TO HIM?
ALL STARS IN THIS BIG FILM
]Directed by William Christy Cabann
Carries ]Dramatic Punch

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