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"SATURDAY, .APTtTL 2, 1927

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rQoDAII Will' PRIZES AT Michigan Graduate +
II BAL ILL PENNY CARNIVAL '
ArTIrn flFPFOOIS. With the conclusion of the Penny I
A~uISPRIG nr to~ Carnival the results of the decisions Nothing could be more typical of
of the judges have been~ received and; the work of Miss Neva 1t. Deardorff,
In,traniuraI 'Managers Decide On The the foilokving houses have won prizes! '08, than her~ recent part in the fight
League Systemt Of Play; Begin and honorable mention for the clever! on statutes regarding child welfare
Games On April 2«i ideas in the decoration of their booths !in the state of Pennsylvania. Miss
andl in taking in the most money. Chi! Deardorff has been engaged in var-
OMFER PRACTICE HOURS i Zeta won third prize with their j oos' kinds of social service work
finahity of their booth, carrying out sic she graduated from the Univer-
Intramural players will shift their the idlea of a trip around the world, Ijir
IAlpha Epsilon Iota won second prize sy
Interest to baseball directly after wiItermdclcii n Her present interest in the statute
announedDetawo thei eirdlprizecwith Delta laws of Pennsylvania is due to the
Wpringsacation'meitgwas theirhe fact that in that state, children ,mayl
Wdedy a1 etngo l h dance of dleath. Kappa Alpha Theta'siludrsm odtosb on
athletic minagr of organized won first prize for taking in the most silUdrsm odtosh on
houses on campus. Planis for a league money and Martha Cook came ecC- appren ices.Uner the rec-e
tournament have already been drawn and( with iAlpham Phi third. tion o Miss Deardorff, the State
up and this tournament will proceed (phlshe ny rormsnd ha the
in the fashion ,of' the past basketball I, lse ayrfrsadwt h
contest. Tihe ojc of this method of 'Ackn owlecioe Gifts aid which the Labor Department un-
plyis to obveeachtea opp~ortunity der Secretary Davis plans to give,
toaplay at gieachfor ams.To $10 Club F unds expects to effect many more improve-
After vacation, Wednesday, Friday1 men ts.
an audyafternoons will be set Cn'lniist h e olrcu Before' engaging in this w 9rk with
andrbtin toateurndolyr cubthe Commission, Miss Deardbrff had
aside for practice, and one of the h
dimnshnPlerfedwl e avelencmgi dyfrte had a vjried and most successful ex-
repast weekcmakingta totallofe$750. perience in social work. She obtained
read toaccmmoate he layrs.The latest contributions are: A. J. her degree of Doctor of Philosophy at
Monday,' April 25, 'will see the first Donally, Alice Cy. ('rocker, Ayers,
game of the tournament, schedules Lewis, Norris andl May, Mrs. B. (leo.I
for lay ill e anouned ~at . w Melon, C. S. Neal, Davis and Oh-
It was announced at the intramural linger, Dr. Louis P. Hall, Dr. John= SPECIAL 50C DINNI
manaersip~h~g ~tht ehh eamSundwald, Benjamin C. Cocker, C. J.'
must have at least seven players andl Snyder and sons. The ten dollar club'
not orethanten Th gaies illcampaign will continue throughout the 11:010
be three inning games and will be next two weeks and it is hoped that
playedl with an inidoor blaseball, the all- those interested in the building Hamn and Eggs-or-li1
pitching being restricted to under- whether they received letters re-,
hand. garding the cluib or not will join andMshdPtte
Intramural managers are asked to help defray the expenses of the build-((laie Ptos
fill out slips giving a complete list ing campaign.I
of all their possible players, and ______ j
the three hours in order of their pref- Plaids are taking the lead in COOPER'S KI
erence for practice. These slips must spring fashions,
be handed in by Tuesday April 5. South State (0ie
- I IIVisitors to the Riviera no longer.
1ATran Pn A rrn n c- PFar I wear national dress.

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O~btains Prominence IN O T1'I1C1ELS
d R~esearch Fields'a There will be a Wyvern breakfast
tat_ 9:30 o'clock Sunday a the Green
Tree Inn. Anyone who cannot be pres-
the University of Pennsylvania and! ent is asked to notify the manage-
later engaged in social research work; ment of the Green Tree Inn before
in England and the United States. She Saturday noon.
became a member of the bureau of The monthly meeting of the Faculty
research of the City of Philadelphiaj Woman's club will be held at 2:30
and later was a professor at Bryn o'clock Thursday April 7 in the au-
Mawr college, meantime acting as as- ditorium of the University high school.
sociate editor of The Survey magazine T'he program will be in the hands of
and writing many articles and pamph- } the music section, the Monday eve- '
lets. ning dramatic section and the Tues-j
In appreciation of Neva. Deardoiff, day afternoon playreading .section. A
the Alumnus says: "She is one of the social hour will follow.
most widely known social workers in
the United States, and although she I___________________
has not yet celebrated her twentieth
class reunion, she has a record of ac- v
complishment in social reconstruc- ou as
tion which, were' it the record of a "The hair is being worn
life time, wouIl be an achievement of slightly longer and curled 1
which one might well be proud." softly ab~out the face."
OHIO STATE. - Women students You Say:
residing in supervised houses have "Then I must call 3933 for
been prohibited the use of keys. a marcel appointment at-
Policewomen in Germany have beenI BERTINE
found very efficient. BEAUTY SLIOPPE
I(Over Student's Supply Store)
4R FOR SATURDAYI

EASTER SPECIALITIES

PURE, CANDY

EGGS, CHOCOLATE RABBEl

-AND FANCY BASKETS

DECORATED LASTER EGGS, 5c to $20

Initials and names artistically
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We will make anything you desire.
Send in your order now.
P REKETE"'
SUGAR BOWLE

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er Dlerrill Pratt's )

Week Of ;:Programs
Rewarding Activities

EVANSTON, Ill., April 1-Women
students at Northwestern have chos-"
en the week of May 17-21 in which to
hold their Vnnuhl Women's, Week.
Activities will be ,started with the
Matrix banquet on Tuesday evening,
May 17, which is given under the aus-
pices.. of Theta Sigma Phi, journal-
istic sorority. This banquet is given
primarily to;- honor girls who have
been most active on campus. It is
-not, moreover, simply for journal-
ists, but for women in all fields of
work. It is expected that there will
be about 300 invitations issued this
year.
.Other events of the week will in-
clude- a May Day (celebration on
Thursday, May 19, when the May
queen is crowned and the pageant is
presented. This annual festival is
sponsored by the Women's Self-Gov-
erning association and is given in
honor to the seniors. Following the
pageant is the awarding of the W. A.
A. emblem to the three most repre-
sentative seniors and also the an-
nouncement of Mortarboard.
After a beach supper is the instal-.
lation of W. S. G. A. officers, and a
sing is held for t~re members of the
four Lantern organizations. Presenta-
tion of the semioi 'a' ntern to the fresh-
men is made and the celebration is
closed with the sorority sing.
The regular Thursday morning is-
sue of the Daily Northwestern during
Women's week is to be reported andl
edited, by women.
The prograi for1,W. A. A. Field
Day, which 'marks the close of Wo-
men's Week,; Will Include the Field
Day banquet;: ands . all of the indi-
vidual chiampionshiip athletic games
such as golf, tennis and archery.

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FACE PONDERS
Meba Lov Me........9c
Mello Glo................. 89c
Houbigant's Quel Ques Feures
... . . .. . . . $1.29
Karess.................$1.59
Coty's...................95C
Fiancee ..................87c
Arly Lilac..........79c
Three Flowers ........... 63c
Frederick's Four Roses ... 59c
Djer Kiss................45c
Luxor...................43c
lBourjois Mtarie Antoinette. . 63c
Peter Pan........79c
CREAMS
Peter Pan Creams ........ 59c
Fiancee....................67c
Luxuria ..................67c
Pond's Vanishing . .29c and 53c
Creme Elcaya..............4c
Woodbury's................43c
Colgate's.................42c
Lemon ..................43
Stillman's Freckle Cream .. . 39c
pond's (Tuble) ............21c
Colgate's (Tube) ..........17c
SHAVING SUPPLIES__
Razor andl Blades . .39c and 7c
Menn en's Shaving Crem.. 39c
Palmolive Creamni..........29
William's Shaving Cream .. .2c
Barbasol .................29c
Hlandy Grip. Soap..........29c
Colgate's Cream...........29
LIPS TIC KS
$ 1,50 Lipsticks............$1.29
$1.25 Lipstick-s............$100
Helena Rubenstein Sticks . .89c
Bourjois ..................85
Dorine ...................59c
Mirror-end Lip Sticks ... .25c
it. & G. Pomade ...........21c
BEAUTY AIDS
Winx....................63c
50c Rouges................43c
Melba Brilliantine ..........39C
Palmer's Almond Meal .... 39c
Lashlux..................39,
Briliantine-Day Dream......39c
Winxette Cake ............39c
April Showers Paste Rouge. .39c
Powder Puffs,. .9c, 12c, 21c & 29c
MISCELLANEOUS
Houbigant Sachet.........$1.59
Ever-hot Waterless Bags . $1.29
Chamois..................98c
Bromo Seltzer .............88C
Whisk Brooms ............47c
Kotex .....................47c
Citrate of Magnesia.......25c
Freezone ..................29C
Kleenex ...................28c
Enamel Purse Purfume Bottle
...17c
Special Value in $2.25 Manicure
sets...................$1.69
Bandages ... .. . Sc, 12c & 21c
1 pound Roll......... 43c & 59c

Now's the Time
to Buy
)rugs and Toiletric
Annual Spring Sale
April 1 to 9
SOAPS
Lana Oil.......... 3 for 20c
Bathasweet ...............21c
Resinol............21c
Parker's Tar..............21c
Kirk's Hard-water Soap.......
....14 for $1.00
Almond Hard-water Soap.....
.. . . . . . . . .14 for $1.00
Palm Olive Soap . .13 for $1.00
Lux Soap ...........3 for 25c
Jap Rose Soap.......3 for 25c
Violet Glycerine Soap . .3 for 25c
Cuticura ................21c
Woodbury (facial) . 3 foir 53c
Kalonderma ................15c
Pear's..........15c
Sayinan's.......12c, 3 for 35c
Stork Castile .............12c
Life Buoy ..............08c
Assorted Soaps......... ..05c
LOTIONS
Karess.................8C
Hind's Honey and Almond ..
..39c and 89c
Jergen's..................43c
FProstilla.................29c
Peter Paii.... ...........34c
OINTMENTS
Cuticura .. ...............39c
Musterole................41c
Menthoatum ...... 21c and 42c
SHAMPOOS AND HAIR TONICIS
Eau Quinine....... 79c & $1.39
Danderine................47c3
Wildroot.................47c
Coleo Shampoo...........39C
Armands Shampoo.........39c
Turner's Medicated Shampoo .39c
M4ulsified Cocoanut Oil.....34c.
Palmolive..........39c3
Golden Glint ..........21c
Aerolin..................08

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Azureas .................27c
Djer Kiss................21c
Mavis .............. ......19C
Johnson's BabyPowder .. .. 21c
Turner's ..............21c
Mennen' s.,...... ........21c
Colgate's .. ..............19C
DEODORENTS AND I)EPILA-,
TORIES
Deodo........... ........39c
Delatone .................79C
Amolin . ....... ..23c and 43c
Ddorono .........'. :.......47C
Mum.... . .........39C
Nonspi...................396
Neet .....:... ............39c
Ban.....................39c
Perspidri......... .....34c
ACCESSORIES FOR lMANICUR-
ING
Cutex Sets......... ...$1.29
Nail Clippers......79c and $1.00
Nail Scissors ....:.79c and 85c
Cutex Sets ..........85c
Cutex Preparations .;,... 29c
Tweezers .......2ic and 23c
Nail Files .. ..8Sc, lie' 15c & 16c
Glazo....... ..............39c
TOOTH PASTE
Kolynos .......... 24c and 43c
Forhan's.........27c and 47c
P'epsodept ................34e
Pebeco ..................39c
T1urne to .39c
Iodenit...............39c
Ipana .........,........39c
Squibbs....................36c
A. D. S. Milk Magnesia . , 24.c
TOOTH BRUSHES
Zel .. .... ...............39c.
Prophylactic .............)39c
Dr. West's .. .......... ....39c
Open Back Brush .... ,.....13c
HOUSEHOLD REMEDIES
Listerine ... ,..24c, 45c and 79c
Tanlac ..................89e
Wampoles Cod Liver Oil . . 79
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin....
......41c and Sic
Lavoris ......21c, 39c and 79c
1Zonite................... 79c~
75c Rubbing Alcohol ..,...63c
Bengue Analgesique ....... 59c
Dioxogen .... .............43c
1 pt. Witch Hazel..... ... ,39e_
Milk of Magnesia ........ . 39c
-6 oz. Spirits of Camphor . .34c
Arnica....... . ... ,23c and 336
Bromo Quinine............23c
3eidlitz Powders.......... . 23c
Aromatic Cascara...... ,....236
Compound Cathartic Pill ,. .176
Arnica Salve............17c
Carbolic Salve.......176
Vicks Salve ..............27c
Epsom Salts ...... ........lie
Castor Oil ................17c
Boric Acid ..........17c
Soda Mints .............lie
Hinkles Pills l00s ........17c
Squibbs Petroleum Oil....79c
Squibbs Cod Liver Oil.......S9c
Squibbs Aspirin 100s, 59c
RU BER GOODS
Hot Water Bottles... ,.....89c
Fountain Syringes .......$1.19
Rubber Gloves. ..,. 33c and 53c
All Rubber Bath Sprays ,...98c

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England plans training centers for
women in the tailoring industry.
AT THE DETROIT THEATERS
SHUBERT
LAFAY'r ETTE E1
"NtW 'YORK
WithEXCHANGE"
Wi-tAlison, Sk pwortli, Sydney
Chilelds and dew York Cast.
CAS'S THEATER j
Two '1e eks Beginning Monday,
Matucm28
Prices: Nights $3.00 to $1.00
Matinees : Wed. and Sat. $2.00 to 75c
WPayne at Lafayette Blvd.
Cadillac 1100
The MESSRS. SHUBERT Present
ELEANOR PAINTER
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"The Nightingale"
Bonstelle Playhouse
Woodwatrd at Eliot
ALI, ABOARD
For the Excursion of
THRILLS and FUN on
"THE GHOST TRAIN"I
iNow Running Its Twelfth
Week In Boston!

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$4.00
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BULK PURFUMES
Styx.........$3.45
Coty's ........ $2.95
Coty's Paris . .$2.95
Tous Les Bouquet
.. . . .. . . . $2.50
Maskee.......$2.95
Ciro's Chypre. .$3.25
-tFiancee ...... $2.19

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Easter Calls Forth
These delightful modes for
sunlit days which literally
rival nature in their joyous.
new colorings.
THE WELL DRESSED
BUSINESS WOMAN
will appreciate the tailored
modes.
THE TEA-DANSANT
GUEST

.BATH SUPPLIES
$1.50 Bath Powders ...... $1.29
Blue Rose Bath Salts ......89c
Financee Bath Salts ......89c
Un Air Embaumue........ .89c
$1.00 Bath Powders.......89c.
50c Bath Salts Sea Spray. .39c
25c Bath Salts...........19c
TALCUM POWDER
Coty's.....................89C
Quelques Fleurs..........89c
Karess...................89c.
Fiancee..............65c

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