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SOCIETY NOTESTP RI S WILL
Emily Post and Mr. Post will give
a Swing Out party for the seniors fI
of Kappa Omicron chapter of Tau
Epsilon Chi on the spacious lawn -
of their Chelsea estate. The guests 'Three Blind Mice' Among Atrocities
are requested to provide transor- 1T nBR Prs inted For Asnicis

"How I Rose To Health And Happi-,

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ness" TopichSelected For Big TIMELY TOOTINGtaintandon--m---e s-ene oe
Speech Tomorrow TME Y TOOTINGSI "- - ;\N; Imerimetsande fr.omte senof- Q
jcare to subject his numerous mo
LARGE EVENING PLANNED Tibetan women, according to -__tors to the pleasure of the younGUAR
jCharles so and so, in "The People~. .' ladies.
Lof Tibet", a novel so called, usually Typical spring scenes in Ann Arbor are shown in the above photographs taken exclusively for this Lovely
atoro vegetale anoer orn- sing while they work and some- page. While in some cases a student have ventured forth intermittently in new or last years's spring It has been going around that preted b
ator of vegetable and other core times work while they sing. They garb, the general trend of spring styles is toward te slicker, over-coat and mittens, as the gentlemen unless all the girls come through tastic, ai
pounds (herself, and not a picture just naturally take to snging, and in the pictures is displaying. The lack of spring c othes for women have been on display of few times, with their 10 cents the freshman the man
on a package) will deliver the mainbwalking or riding, working or rest-1but mostly in the. windows of department stores. pageant will be a flop. delightfu
address (in addition to severai ng they pour out their deep- -----(_been arr
packaes o herfamos seeralthroated song. (Canary bird efect).PL C GeCl
packages of her famous concoction) tATTibetan noCano de- ect). IGHER INSTITUTIONS. NOT COLLEGE, PLACE FOR At the wedding yesterday in the Cthe Wo
lovelyehmenofooelofaourdearest
at the opening ofthe new Women's picted the duties of a lady as fol- lovely home of one of our dearestd
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building tomorrow, it was announc-lows: Never to love nor obey her LITTLE GIRLS AND BOYS TO LEARNl-M CLUSKEY old professors, the bride, who was First
ed late last night. husband, to maltreat both relatives nee Sally Sw o e,ogre and oli ngdramatiz
Inas only after tMhionthsv of cor ad hservants, oiceanattalldiligently Commentin'g on the report that cially need such education; third, he was thrilled and thrilled. Yes, brown. She carried the usual bri- cident e
agreed to come here, the manager She must be adept in no house- in the Technical high school of that "the modern woman frequent- that concluded the interview. ;dal bouquet of Orchids, andlooked Mcedisc
stated in an exclusive interview hold duties and must avoid making Oakland, Calif., little boys as well dyiprefers to tae onactiitiesout- th opp-Greeneaf b iia r d l y.sf
for The Daily. For.this reason it favorites among her children, for as little girls have classes in home dsio of laborewithite,,m ah rNOTIsii up, mun
is sincerely hoped that every co-ed Tibetans do not rank a son higher economics Prof. Howard Y. Mc- mer's wi
on the campus will make a real than a daughter, no matter how Cluskey, of the school of education, On the subject of parental educa-T Individual Asparagussc intent
effort to attend this lecture. It rank, or how high. On the whole, characterized this movement as tion (such as it is today) Professor When serving fresh asparagus to To the girls of the general cor- Many
should be good. the Tibetan lady (?) fulfills none 'inevitable." Professor McCluskey McCluskey averred that such work a large family, it saves time in mittee for our Lantern Night: All delightfu
of these qualifications. . recently gained distinction during ought to be seriously taken up by serving if you tie six or seven stalks come . a r o u n d today sometime you num
ShrtSiksthe Hoppe-Greenleaf billiard tour- institutions of higher learning, together in individual servings be- around 3. It's to be over in the program
* Shirt Silks nament here. le held Mr. Green- rather than in college, considering fore you cook it. Have scissors on Women's Athletic building, and it's one will
The sweetly striped little frock, leaf's cue, practical details. Commenting on the table to remove strings, very important. boys!
made of shirt silks, will be a life- Getting back to, the subject, Pro-__ _ _ _

casion Saturday
NTEED TO BE GOOD
dramatic studies inter-
y trippers of the light fan-
nd co-eds, will form one of
y charming features on the
al program alleged to have
anged for the Orchesis and
Lb series at the opening of
nen 's League shack Satur-.
on the series of stirring
zations will be the little in-
ntitled the "Three Blind
All three of the mice will
overedfrolicking around
od, when the curtain goes
ching noisily until the far-
fe intrudes with malicious
After that it's just too bad.
other beautiful, charming,
al, exquisite and what have
lbers will be included in the
. It is hoped that every-
attend. It will be worth it,

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saver this summer for the woman fessor McCluskey pointed out that --we- -
who hews a chic line even in swel- there are three main tendencies inI
tering weather. Some are made modern life. First, that of educat-H A
like old-fashioned shirtwaist suits, ing people to the lot of parenthood;
with tuck-in blouses. second, it is said that fathers espe-I LNHLLIVR

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Miss Pinkham decided to walk'
the last two miles to Ann Arbor in
order to get in form for her lecture,
it was learned, tomorrow. She was
snapped by the Daily photographer
(bless his heart) on the last lap.
Thus the intimate glimpse present-
ed in this column.
Hettie Zilch will round out the
program with a series of songs, of-
ficials in charge have announced.
Included in her repertoire will be
"Rain, Rain Go Away," "She Was
Only a Woodsman's Daughter,"
and "Nearer My God to Thee."
Following this rendition free
packages of Miss Pinkh'am's famous
vegetable compound will be sold for
50 cents to all women who show
their Union card.m h
WOMEN LEARN TO DRIVE
ISN'T THAT STARTLING
According to startling figures re-
cently released, menmotorists have
finally surpassed the record of
female drivers for accidents. The,
figures for the fiscal year of 1928
indicate thatthe members of the
weaker sex participated in con-
siderably less mishaps than their
stronger compatriots.
Exacting estimates indicate that
there was no more and no less than
one-half an accident for every wo-
man driver in this great land of
ours.
TO OUR PATRONS
Beginning Sunday, May 5,
and continuing through
June, July and August, we
will serve Sunday Noon
dinner until 3 p. m., with
no Sunday evening meal.
The Haunted Tavern
417 E. Huron St.
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Felt Hats

Braid Hats $219

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The Choicest of Wholesome Foods

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Saturday

Mrs. Anna Kalmbach

"HOW
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McKinsey Hat Shop
7 South State

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For Mother's Day
Candy and
Stationery

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Our packages in either line are most beau-
tiful and attractive - We pack to mail and
furnish cards free of all charge -
EDSILL'S REXALL DRUG STORE
208 S. Main St. Next to Kresges

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We will wrap
and Mail it
for you

To gives Mother any kind of Candy will
bring her sincere pleasure. But if it's a
wonderful box of Gilbert's Candy her
delight will be doubled. Gilbert's Candy
--pure chocolate, chewy nougats, crisp
nuts, tasty caramels and bonbons - is
the gift de luxe.

SWIFT'S DRUG STORE

(Opposite Law Building)

340 SOUTH STATE STREET

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REKETE'S
Sugar Bowl
109 South Main St.
EXCELLENT
LIGHT LUNCHES,

GIFTS for ALL GOCASIONS
At rock bottom prices
NOW -
49th Anniversary Sate
Burr, Patterson and Auld Co.
603 Church Street

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SCARF'S
Are Synonymous
with spring chic!
$12.50 to $500
Of course. no smart woman will
wish to be without a luxurious
fur scarf for spring - they are
so incomparably smart! You
must se our collection-they are
so full furred, so luxurious-that
no description of ours could pos-
sibly do them justice!
Economical Fur Storage
When you consider how little fur stor-
age costs, in relation to the price of a
fur coat, you will see the wisdom of
protecting your fur from fire, moths'
burglary, dampness, and all other
enemies of fur, in our storage vaults.
We give you an insurance policy, good
everywhere one year.

PASTEL PEARLS
CORAL BEADS
CHANEL
CRYSTAL BEADS
EARRINGS

Jewelry
IN
W T T H
T H E
FASHION
THAT 'IS
FEMININE
Long and short strands of glow-
ing pearls in soft pastel shades
and white are ever smart. 50c
and $2.25.
New York has taken corals from
Paris and sends them to you in
lovely choker, 30 inch and 60
inch necklaces. $1.25 and $1.75.
Chanel chokers are ideal as
compliments to the tailored cos-
tume. Plain or with drops. $1.25
to $4.50.
In sparkling white or faintly
tinted crystal . . chokers and
long strands. $1.75 to $4.50.
Crystal or Chanel earrings in
hinttn n n rrnn P QvlP Dierptr frnn

jn the Newest Styles
GREAT VARIETY
OF MODES
AND COLORS

You will be pleased when you see our complete selection .
the trimmings are extremely clever!

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