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SUND~JfAY.MAYiA10,1925

TTE MICIGAN DAILY

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I NNQNCE lOES Mothers-' Day Activities Fill
t ~High Place On Social Calendar;

Will Hold Picnic'AtW tm r Lok

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1111111UR1I I ; /[pa nv 1.t WhitnlmoreLa
' HTE K1pa.Al ,ha 'heta is oil 1,rtaining ,Frciint, 0.; and Mrs. Bryce E. Mor-dy n;ulswljliz,
12guests at. aimothers' house jparty lOW VJackson. Ian ld fa-husoned couints
; W., A. A. Expects .1500 Women To this week-end. A formal dinnier was. ;B c.14EVery w 0x10 ii )bri
Take tPart in Annual Ceremony given in their lionor yesterday and a zeta Tau Alpha annfounices the supper OInd tje ILeague
At Palmer Field bridge tea Friday afternioon. 1 pledging of Helen G. Crawford, '27,1coffee. ''ausI)oritoI 01
r - Detroit. I dlirec(tioni of M\ae FKeller,
HONO1 RS3 WOMEN I The juniors of Martha Cook build- aryis 'I Y'' od5ll(I to le0
Ling entertained their seniors at au di11 ( Among the functions for the guests
Invitations have been sent out to A ci Thursday evening alter Swing of Pi Beta Phli was a luncheon, at thle l11deiiCsofl. Mrs. A. H,
I ~Barton Hlills Country club, given by tr uit.
~32" University women to act as aides 'Out. The decorations for they dinnerI,'i
in conduicting the line' of march for consisted of a May-pole in the centerl the Ann Arbor alumnae of 1Pi Beta 1.
the Lantern Night ceremony wich :of the table wound with yellow and iyesterday noon. Membhers of' the rhysic
will take place Tuesday, May 19 in !blue crepe paper. Lolly-pop dolls (Ilweek-nd at holdig.aWo.
Palmecr field under the auspices of i dressed in cads and gowns to repro- Announcement has been made of at Cavanaug i hlaeY. W
the W. A. A. The aides have been ;bent the seniors were winding the the engagement of Reeva Allen, 26, to a aaag ae
selected by Dean Jean Hamilton and !May-pole. Between courses the jun~- Cecil Penoyar, '25M. Dla Gamima' entertain
Zrer staff, D r. M argaret Bell and he t rs put on s un s for t e e te t i - 4 t ei o he s ou t f nre y n t e a i f c o ar ,aam - he s n D elta a p S g el a D lt et e t r ai e a
her t lunc'I heirnIfath l'sousIl
ship and participation in campus ac- nma. orchestra fut nisbed the mnusic forI following mothers of the chapter: I uiiia (ilrh
tivities. 'the evenfing. MsDLRih Mrs. D. A. 1\IcRob -i--
The following women have been - -{eMs .1.Croi~s R '.II e ebrvr~i
named: seniors, Olive McKay, Verena rhi1s.e Theta hri luha house cartnfyHror os wl
Moran, Elsa Ohlmacher, Elizabeth includes the following guests: Mr /#Hastings, Mrsl C H1 Eaton, Ann .Ar- SYfl len)Ouuei youseil
l;.Ranck, Ethel Schroeder, Adelaide John Wood, Grand Rapids; Mra. ;bas ; Mrs. C. M. Ferner, Sturgis; Mrs. umbelof Nothers'
Shecrer, Evelyn Smith, Mary Stewart; Harry Svensgard, Mi's. W. WSA. Cooney, I . N. Prodeck, Archbold, 0.; Mrs. V.E more than 12 guests an
juniors, Norma Bicknell, Constance Mrs. Edwin Dohany and Mrs. F. S.' L. Dorrance, Wyandotte; Mrs. W. Bar- u }our who will c entains
Clark, Elizabeth Blackford, Arline Deacon, Detroit; Mirs. F. J. Miller, low, Mr's. H-. F. Boehm, Mrs. M. M. ka ll mother'1s expcts 30
Ewing, Margaret Effinger, Dorothy
Ogboirn, Eunice. Rose, KathrynWil
son; sophomores, Irene Field, Myr

ijasitui promptly at 5 o'clock. The
follo wing committees have been ap-
pointed by the general chairman,,
Elizabeth McDowell, '26; Ellen Groff,!
'28. posters; Mae Keller, '27, trans-!
portation; Arlene Unswortfr. '28. re-I
freshments; Jean Kyer, '27, housef
publicity.
Women expecting to go to Whiit-
more are asked to sign up in Barbour
gymnasium.
IOur original designs insure you
of a variety of yoiuthful, color-
fuli dresses for homec, street,1
school, short and vacation wyear,

May Sales!
Ripplette bedspreads, 63x90,
that regularly sell for $2.25
are going in the May Sales
for $1 .89. The ideal thing
for student rooms. A real
opportunity !
BASEMENT
124 S. MMAIN

faishioned of

lovely fabrics.

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222 Nickels ArcadeI
Phone 4882

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Patronize These

Advertisers

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Johnson; Jean Kyer, Margaret Mc-'"
Nally, Minna Miller, Louise Ritten-
house; freshmen, Katherine Fergu-,
son, Esther Merrick, Elsie Murray,
Elizabeth, Nutt, Bertha Rankin, Mar-
Ian Van Tuyl, Mary White.
According to Dr. Margaret Bell of,
the physical education department
the procession last year included ap-
proximately 1300 women and this
ti ver.r the W. A. A. is planning for
more than 1500. Dr. Bell stated,f
"This is the sort of activity that thel
women will remember long after they
leaver college, and there is no woman!
in the' University who does not havej
a share in the responsibility for its'
success"
SNOTICES
* The University Girls' Glee club will I.
Bold a rehearsal at 10:45 o'clock to- 1
day at ,the School of Music. All memi-
bers should report promptly at 2:45{
o'clock; at Hill auditorium. Dark
dresses should be worn for the church
}. program this morning.{
The Mirror and the Crystal groups
of the Freshman pageant are request-
ed to meet at 4 o'clock tomorrow in
the corrective room at Barbour gym-{
. The interhiouse baseball tournament.
will open at 4 o'clock tomorrow. The1
schedule was announced yesterday.
ElIHAVE YOUR CORSET
E' MADE TO MEASURE
I' Hgt.GN G. CHURCH
y' NU-BONE CORSETIERE

"At the D~rug Store Beautif ul"

Agailn-Something
Different in Sto

'tionery

With an exceptional rotogravure of
Angell Hall
The price is reasonabl-$ 1.50 a box.

ARCADE PHARMACY
F. M. PETTYCREW
W'Vhere PrcrcIiptions Are Filled to Your' Salis9factioIn and
our credit

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with RMISS L1MON ITiRE, .otumer.,
Nickels Arcade Phone for appointmett

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M. Shop
M.E. Sheahan-
~Import curly hair, $5.50
SHair Goods-
Switches, Side Pieces,
= Curls.
SMade of your owvn hair,R
= $3.00.
- Switches made over.
Phone 4368.
610 East Liberty

To the People of
Ann Arbor
I have given you wholesale pr ices on
my Chinese Rugs ever, since I began'
selling them.
In ' June, I_ exhibit them at the
Grand Rapids
WhTlolesale Furniture Mart
After, that they must be priced here as
elsewhere at retail.
For one month I will maintain to Ann
Arbor people my former 'prices.
Mrs. H. B. Merrick.
Phone 3155 928 Church St.

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Canoe

Lunches

A Big Variety Tastily Packed
in Canoe Lunch Boxes

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