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TUrSIDAY, MAY 5, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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"- ~Tokio, May 4.- The Kokmin, al
-5, ,,. (large daily paper, recognized as rep-I
up K q ,,resenting the views of the military
N\O :.s~staff, is now chief exponent of the
I i viewx that the United States and Eng.
Iland are consistently antagonizing1
J'rpan's effort to increase her statusl
lSenior lPlay seniri women who are interested in "and prestige as a first class nation.
T y tt To a ,work at departments stores in Detroit; --_________
l ,this summier or next fall are asked to ? sienna-, May 4.-Poland gained ant
see :drs. A. S. Hobart, assistant to the ;motn ~vnaewt h eet
is for the Senior Play which; dean cf women, in her office in Bar- Ily signed treaty with Czecho-slovak-
Q~n p trrrln nfprnnn urll a.

WILDISCUSS PLANS TO
FORM MICHIGAN CLU
All Michigan alumnae are invitedl to
a tea and brief meeting, at the home
of Mrs. Edwin Goddard, 1212 dill
street, Friday, May 8 at 4 o'clock.
Plans for the formation of a Michigan
Club wil be discussed at this time.
These 'clubs havc been successfully
formed among wom~en from Wellesly,
Vassar, Smith and other large col-
The Ann Arbor alumnae are en-
couraged by a recent report from
Mliss Fanny Alliger, executive secre-
tary of the League campaign, which
shows that of a quota of $84,042 for
Ann Arbor, $62,121 has been pledged.
This leaves a balance of $20,921 to be
raised by June, 1927.
Letters announcing Friday's meet-
ing have been sent to all Michigan
women whose, addresses are known.
It there are any women who have not
received an invitation they are re-
quested to notify the Alumnae office
at Alumnae Memorial hall of their
intention to attend.

SEE "'L FTFR PAN" FORl
LEAUE BENEFIT
Students are urged to pur-
chase tickets for the lniocie,
' Peter -Pan1,"' now show ing 't
the A rca de li theIr. ~from on(,01:
the f cliowin~ pl aces in order
that a share of tl ; proce dsj
m nay go for the boneith of the
'Women's League: Water's,
IGraham's, and Slater's look'
st ores; Union, and the Leaigue
booth in Unves(yhat
' Pickets may also be1)0 r~e
from small boys. stationed in
frontV of the Areade tlroatelr
before andl (uring each show.

Here you

SPORTING GOODS
will find a complete line of Sporting Goods
fairly priced
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Ibe continued at 4 o'clock today, in the_____
auditorium of Newberry hail. As this T eatscto fteIaut o
jwill be the last opportunity to tryout, Teatscino h aut o
all senior women are urged to be men's club will meet today at the
present at this time. As this play home of Mrs. A. G. Pelikan, 1337 Bel-
will be given immediately followingsestet
the Senior Breakfast during Comn-
mencement week, this wil1)e the last ! Committee chairmen of the Fresh-
opportunity for senior women to, man Pageant will meet at 4 o'clock
serve their class, today in the Women's League par-
A one-act play, "Aria da Capo- by fors. Rehearsals for the pageant will
Edna St. Vincent Mislay has been se- l be as follows: 1 o'clock Tuesday and
lected. Thursday, Princess and' Companion
f group; 3 o'clock, Dawn group; 3:45,
Bremen, May 4. -- Twelve of the, Godmother group; 4 o'clock, Waltz
foremost representatives of the Ger'- group; 4 :45 o'clock, Crystal group;
O man fur- trade sailed Saturdlay for 5;:15 o'clock, Mirror group; Wednes-1
_New York to study American method.'-(l ay at 4 o'clock ; Ball group; 4:45 o'-
*of dyeing, preparing and marketing clock, Panl group; 5:15 o'clock, Dream
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Officers of the Y. W. C. A. will be
installedl at 7 :15 o'clock this morning
at Martha Cook building. Jane Gib-
son, '25, retiring president of the or-
ganization will preside at the instal-
lation . The c (erenmonies xwill he held
on the e--,st lawnvi of the building,
weather permitting.

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REMEMBER-
OUR TELEPHONE HAS BEEN CHANGED TO 8102 BUT
OUR LAUNDRY WORK REMAINS THE SAME WE ARE
ALWAYS READY TO GIVE YOU THE SAME EXCELLENT
SERVICE YOU HAVE BEEN GETTING. JUST
PHONE 8102
KYE-R LAUNDRY
627 South Main St.
Insist on Kyer Service

Freshmen teams1
Portia will (debate at
in the auditorium of

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g o'clock tonight
University hall.

THE PRICE
OF A MOVIE
--will keep some little
"city kid" at the Fresh
Air Camp-clean, well
filled, and happy, for a
whole glorious day.

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"Beauty's Enemy -THE SUN!
Guard your skin against the ravages of the sun with these pro.
twcive and corrective Valaze Beauty Preparations created by
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World-famous Beauty Specialst
Vahame Pasteurized Face Cream
...the wonder cream that soothes, molds, replenishes and pro.
texts while it cleanses. . . . . . . . $1.00, $3.50
Valaze Sun and Wind proof Balm
-a beautifying powder base which neutralizes the sun's violet
rays, thus preventing sunburn, tan and freckles .,$1.00, ,$1.75
Valaze Grecian Anti-wrinkle Cream (Anthosoros)
--a remarkable preparation for nourishing the dry skin; cor-
rects and prevents "squint" lines about the eyes . $1.75, x$3.50
Valaze Complexion Bleach
-acts on tan, freckles, discolorations and sallowness, leaving
the complexion clear, soft and smooth . . $1.50, $2.50

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n iecessity of adding several dainty, cool frocks to the wiardroe.
aAnticipating her wish, we have preipared for her approval a 'chiaitihg .:-
selection of up-to-dlate mdl IIsret fenonadevening dresses.
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MAY SAL E OF BEDDING
Now is the time for you to replenish your stocks of
beddings at great savings. Our prices on the very.
best sheets and sheetings are unusually low to
begin with. Subtract from these prices our May
red~uctions and the low. costs will amaze you.

Pequot Sheets

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81
81

Y t0--Regularly
s .99--Regularly
x .90-Regularly
x l09l -Regularly9
'x 0-Regularly
x 91---Regularly-
x 90-Regularly
x 99-Regularly
x 108-Regularly

$1.i0)
$1.65
$1.70
$1.80
$1.85
$2.00
$2.04)
$2.20)
$::.40

.~$1.87
.$.. .... 1.53
.$....... 1.63
.. . . .. . . .$1.73.
.. 1.77
.. .. . . .$2.07

E. S. M. Sheetings
9-4-1, 7-4 and 6-4. Regularly 75c
2§yards......... ................ $1.10
Lockwood -Sheetings
9-4, Regularly 70c...... ........... 59e
Pillow Tubing
42 and 45 In. Regularly 50c .............43c
Bedspreads
Ripplette Spreads, 63 x 90-Regularly $1.98
.... ... .... ... .... ... ..$1.79
"Nelli.e 1Biy"' spreads, 72.x 108 an 81 x 168
W4gMarry $50 ..... .............$4.95

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Lockwood Sheets

5-1 x 90--Regularly $1.39 .
03 x 90-Regularly $1.64).
7' x 90-Regularly $1.75..
7it) x 99--Regularly $1.85..
Sly- 94-Regularly $1.85
Hemstitched

.. . . .. . .$1.27
...$1.67
.. . .... .$1.67
.. . . .. . .$1.77
.. . . . .1.77

Sheets

Turkish Towels

7' x 99-Regularly $2.40 ...............$2.07
81 x 90-Regularly $2.49 .............$2.07
81 x 99-Regularly $2J. ..............$.27
41 x 108-Regularly $3.0.............. $2.67
E. S. m. Sheets
54 x 90 and 54 x 99--Regularly $1.55.....98e

20 x 138-Regularly 39c....... ... .83ic each
13 x 44-R1egularly 49c .............41;c each
Blankets
Orders taken for 74) x 90 Blanikets,
slelvsered August 15th or later.
Regularly $11.,0 ...........$11.95

Pequot

Sheetings

Nashua Blankets

6-4 Regularly 60c ..................47c
7-4 Regularly 70c........ ..57.
8-4 . Regularly 75c ...................67c
9-4 Regularly 80c . ...................67c
10=-4 Regularly 90)c ..................77c

00 x 84-Reguflarly $5.00 ...............$0.8
Pillow Cases'
42 a1nd 45 inch-Regularly 79c.....49 it pair

Domestic Department--Downstairs.

Martex Towels are also included in May Sale

Towels at 69c

Bath M~ats

Five dozeun )Martex towels, 19 x 3S, with col-
ored borders in various designs are going
lit 69c each. Regular Value is 85c.
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N~artex -bath Inuts in all sizes and colors are
going at 10% less their regular prices.

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