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GLEE CLUB PLANS-
EXCHNGECONCERTI
JoIn Muslea? Program To Nark First
Out Of State Trip y,Local
Organization
TO LEAVE SATURDAY
Completion of- the exchange con-
certs with- Ohio State university will
be made Saturday when 34 members
. ot the University Girls' Glee club will
go to Columbus to present a joint
musical program with the Ohio Girls'
Glee club. This occasion will mark
the first out of state concert to be
i given by the local organization. Nora
Crane Hunt, of the School of Music,
will accompany the group as director
and chaperone.
The trip will be financed by returns
from the Ohio-Michigan concert re-
cently presented in Hill auditorium
and a benefit movie sponsored by the
local society. The party will leave at
6 o'clock Saturday morning, arriving
in Columbus at 4 o'clock in the after-
noon. The Ann Arbor members will
' be the guests of Ohio sororities and
dormitories during their stay in
Columbus.
The concert, which will be present-
ed at 8 o'clock Saturday night, will
consist of three divisions. The first
and third divisions will be presented
by the Michigan group and the sec-
ond by Ohio. Classical selections, in-
cluding specialties by the quartet and
soloist will occupy the first division,
while Michigan college songs will be
featured in the third section.
The local quartet includes: Ingham
Sutley, '26; Doris Ambos, '26; Hope
Bauer, S of M; and Marian MacRob-
erts, '28. + Odina Olson, '26, will 'be
presented as soloist of the local or-
ganization. Loretta Cooper, '26, is
president.
The exchange concerts were start-
ed upon the invitation of the Ohio
women. They are the only intercol-
legiate concerts being presented
among the larger universities of the
country.
SECRETARYTOSPEAK
AT Yo We INSTALLTION

Seniors To Wear
Caps And Gowns
Caps and gowns will be worn to
classes on Wednesdays by senior wo-
men from now until the close of the
semester. The attempt to revive this
old tradition was made jointly by Mor-
tarbqard, who will promote the cus-
tom in the sororities, and Senior so-
ciety, which will ;urge the women inl
the dormitories and league houses to
observe it.
will meet at 4 o'clock today in New-
berry hall.
Wyvern, junior honorary society,j
will hold its annual spring house
party this week-end at Bloomfield
Hills where the members will be
guests at the country home of Ruth
Kahn, '27.
PARIS. - Thirty passengers are re-
ported to have been drowned by the,
sinking of a Russian ship.

JITNEY STYLE DANCE
TO BE HELD AT FETI

University Girls'C
Glee Club Will
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Decorated booths will be construct-
ed between the two dormitories on
State street for the lawn fete to be
given by the undergraduate campaign,
committee'Saturday May 15, from 3 to
5:30 o'clock. The booths will accom-
modate those. who- desire to play.
bridge 'and will also hold the tea ser-
vices. Special arrangements will be
made for stunts and other entertain-
sment. Certain acts from the Junior
Girls' play will be given.
Committees from the two dormi-:
tories are working on the prepara-
tions. The dance to be given in
Betsy Barbour house at night will be
held in jitney style, at 10 per couple
per dance.
Mary Brennan, '29, has distributed
posters around the campus to help in
the advertising.

Members of the ,Freshman Girls'
Glee eunder the direction of Mar-
jorie Calvert, '26, will. be entertainied
by the Tniversity Girls' Glee club at
a tea musical from 3:30 to 5:30 o'clock
this afternoon at Betsy Barbour house.
An original' song, chosen from com-
petitors of the freshman ,musicians,!
to be dedicated to-. the mother club,
will, be the traditional feature of the
afternoon.. The older organization
will entertain with groups of songs
which will be included in their pro-
gram to be given Saturday night at
Ohio university.
Ellen Groff, '28, is in charge of the
arrangements for the party.,
Patronize Daily Advertisers.--Adv.

Women who willi make up the teams
for the interclass swimming meet, to
be held at 6:45 tomorrow night at the
Union pool, have been chosen as fol-
lows: freshmen, Elizabeth Amerine,
Imogene Leanord, Anne Zauer, and
Velma; Johnson; sophomores, Betty
Nutt, Camille Masline, and Mary Lad-
ney; juniors, Irene Field, Alice Fel-
ske, Janet Sinclair, and Alleen Miller;
seniors, Monica O'Brien, Eugenia Van
Kammen, and Gladys Eastcott. These
women, and others who are interested
in being in the meet, are requested to
report at 5 o'clock Wednesday, at Bar-
bour gymnasium. Final tryouts are
to be held from 7 to 8 o'clock, Wed-
nesday night at the Y. M. C. A.

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Mary White, '28, will be the an- ( partment; Louise Roberts, '26; Doris
nouncer for the meet, while Jessica Kent, '26; and Eunice Child, '28. Miss
Nixon, '27, will be clerk of the court. Annis Hall of the physical education
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Hodgson, of the physical education de- Mary Allshouse, '27, as the recorder,
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"A New Adventure in College Life"
will be the - subject of a talk which
Miss Charlotte Niven, world secretary
of the Y. W. C. A. will discuss before
the membe's of, the .student organiza-
tion at their annual installation meet-
ing which will be held at 4 o'clock
'tis afternoon in Newberry hall. All
active and contributing members of
the association are urged to be Ipres-
ent at the meeting.
The installation service will be pre-
sided over by Kathryn Willson, '26.
The program will include reports of
the Milwaukee convention given by
Anna Arnold, '27, and Mrs. L. I.
Bredvold, recreational director of the
University Y. W. C..A. Cynthia Smith,
'27, new president of the association
will tell of the plans for the Geneva
summer conference and discuss the
possibilities of attending.
Following the meeting a reception
and tea will be held in honor of Miss
Niven. Alice Porter, '27, is chairman
of the tea and will be assisted by her
committee and the leadership com-
mission. The world fellowship com-
mittee will act as hostesses.
Doris Glines, '26, is general chair-
man of the meeting.
NOTICES
Barbour gymnasium
Members of Wyvern will meet at
5:15 o'clock today to go on the Mor-
tarboard picnic.
'All women interested in golf are
urged to attend the meeting to be held
at 4 o'clock today.
Wyvern will meet at 5 o'clock to-
morrow afternoon.
Miscellaneous
Members of the Business and Pro-
fessional Women's club will hold its
annual meeting at 6 o'clock tonight
at the home of Mrs. Barbara Bartlett
and Mrs. Mina Winslow, 1700 Fen-
wood avenue.
Freshman leadership commission

Summer Hatts $1

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This large collection consists of 250 hats, specially pur-
chased for this Dollar Day selling. Smartly tailored
styles for summer wear. Small and large brimmed
affairs-every fashionable crown variation. Of straws,
braids and combinations. In white, black, tan, grey,
rose, green--In fact, every wanted color for summer is
included. Trimming is mostly belting ribbon and ribbon
ornaments; also crushed silk fabric banding.
GOODYEAR'S MILLINERY SECTION-SECOND FLOOR

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Candies
A choice selection of these
fine box sweets.
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Dollar Day Special
Silk Dresses
$10.00
Lovely creations of silks-sports and dressy styles in
summer s most wanted colors. Two opiece, pleated
insert, and flared styles featuring the newest sleeve and
neckline treatments. Light and dark colors-plain and
printed; also plain and print combinations. Trimmed
with embroidery, lace and frills.
GOODYEAR'S SECOND FLOOR

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trimming. One 9
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Patent pumps with gunmetal
trimming, or all patent strap
pumps with spike$8 0
heel are priced
Blondle Kid with darker trim
or ;patent with, -light trim may
be had in this pump with mili-
tary heel.
Price $80

Delightful Fashions
in
Summer Footwear
Typical of the many delightful versions of sum-
mer's smartest modes, presented by this store,
are these few numbers, in which the vogue for
simple lines and novel ornamentation is pleas-
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Correct shoes for every Summer costume from
sturdy knickers of sport suit to airy, flowery
frocks; are shown in splendid variety.
You'll find it both pleasant and profitable to
choose shoes here, for their style smartness car-
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trim and heel, $9.00. Patent
pump with blonde applique and
pump with blonde
applique and heel. 80
An all blonde Kid Pump with
strap and high heel. This model
also comes in pat-
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Popular Patent Pumps, either
plain or in combination with
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