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17-SUNDAY, MAY 5, 11-2.1

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[UNERRADAT WOENHONR . A. A. BANQU3ET -;,COLORFUL COSTUMES ENRICH Pia
8ANQUII[1TICKETS REMUNDERGRADU THWMENN O PRISBCGRUDO__AU AC
MOTHERS WITH MANY PARTIES As a banquet in honor of Presi- BAKRUDO!LAU AC
AdentVILAL H Little is being given on May \P I
O !Spigpledging is in order at; The scniors of Alpha Chi Omega ! 23, the date previously announc-i To do honor to their new Leaguejquets of roses, at 7:
most of th I rie.Fclydn ilb ooe ihaspe o ed for the W. A. A. annual in- , building Michigan undergraduates( Florence Watchpoket, '29, who Cook
hers are closing the last few weeks night at Barton Hills Country Club,I! stallation banquet, W. A. A. has1 last night donned their newest and acted as chairman of the dance,; gave
League I n s t a 1 l a t i o ai Banquet; of social activities on the campus.' given by Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Shorling, 1 changed the date for their in- 4loveliest gowns, giving to the first wore a long mauve dress, with skirtI here
Reservations May Be T'he Mothers' Day weekend -partiesi and Mrs. Reed, patronesses. . 1 stalation banquet to Wednes- I formal dance in the League the at- of tulle trimmed with large pur-i Kathi
Made From 3 To 5 'that will come next week will be, Alpha Xi Delta announces the+ day, May 22. J nosphere which usually character- ple wheels. Her slippers of purple( of Ed
the most important affa ir for most pledging of Ruth Marshall, '31, of 0- - --- izes only the J-Hop and other class satin harmonized with her costume.{ Elec
RcE SON DOLR of the houses before the close of ISt. Johns. SgaZt netie dances. Soft pastel colors, appro- In a rose taffeta robe de style, I and
PRC-I N O the semester. Sigma Kappa is pleased to an-Sim Zea ntried oe priate to spring, predominated cut decolete, Sylvia Stone, '29, w- Natio
IJessie Brown, '30, of Savannah, nounce the pledging of Margaret than 60 guests at its spring formal1 among the formal dresses of the men's editor of The Daily, was both be he
Tickets for the annual instal- (Ill., pledged to Pi Beta Phi. bKpo,'0 flna acehl rdyeeiga h dancers, while a nunber of the dignified and charming. Betty Nutt, will t
lation bnuto h e' ipon'3,oIoi.dcehlFrayvnngtte gowns showed the new trend to- '28, last year's president of the
baqe fteomnsPi Beta Phi, and Kappa Delta Detroit alumnae of Delta Zeta ( chapter house. A few flickering ward flowered chiffon. League, was present at the dance~ med
be feLeague ybobtaiedingtherob- entertained members of the faculty were hostesses to the seniors of the Wie 2 eieto h nafoko elwtfeawt ae
3boey 'c ofntheyLagu uliftromn.at their respective houses yWednes- sotority at a luncheon yesterday at tprspoiddteLnyieui agueMaryrcos P apine elw ul kit ra
Theticet ar prce at$1.0. day evening, Kappa Alpha Theta the Detroit Boat Club. tion as couples danced to theLegwagrcosiapindylowtlekr.
Sorority houses and dormitoriesI entertaining their alumnae for din-{ Among weekend guests of Zeta trains of Moon Gander's country chiffontriinglhich bright color wr uimndarin coats weunereulle
have already been approached to ner on the same evening. T "au Alpha are Miss Nellie H-amel, .clb orchestra from Cleveland. aruse driileonarfwg ooe or yafwo teudrr
secure seats in groups, and their Alpha Gamma Delta house was ;rind Mrs. Leslie Weston, formerly bakrudwieMagrtBuh aes le u 3woeoeof h s,DorothaPE
tickets, previously spoken for, may, the scene for an announcement fna ,Martin, '28, both of PittsburghSme ibe,'1 a n chage'3,trsinbteal crnted riahM col30or onaceaofthseickth L
be obtaineda hstm lo d party Wednesday in honor of the and Nellie Crawford, '26, and Edith of all arrangements for the partycnrsigbteqal hrigbrgtclr pnaecream back- tene
diinltcketts m also.ecu- engagement of Marion G. Hendrick,'Jacko,'8 fDtot and the grand march was led byi picture in shell pink tafft 'lwers i trmn ed in mauve. mauve.
'30 whaticet boulofefant, csn,'2, f etoi.with taffeta floes!sae
ed. Independent women areurged '30 of Brighton, to Mr. Albert S. +miss Jean Sherman, of Marquet- Clayton W. Scribner, '29 F&C., and wa ofat at the hipline. Both Miss White Betty Corn, '30, wore a striking. the s
attend the affair, and may secureI Deahl, of Goshen, Ind. hi ate. ---'and Miss Bush had shoulder bou- draped gown of ivory satin, trim-1 sumir
their tickets at this time, whetherI Alpha Epsilon Phi house mother e, a former chaperone, is a guest hiaate.___ ____________
or not they have been spoken for; Mrs. M11ahrer, gave a unique party of the Alpha Phi house this week- -_z________________
in advance. ;Thursday night for the girls living, nd. Other house guests are Ruth ___________ ____________________
i th hos.T osh m ofih F re Hee Ruhrod an Ma-A tn inUNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA. party was Japanese and was very) Torre Frasier, all of Detroit, and Two U nusual
-Inspection at the rooming houses cleverly carried out. Phyllis Richards, of Cleveland.We nvt yo
showed that 52 of them out of 366_ llltll13iIlt116tttt11iNttl l!GR11 liilil!111llpll'
need fire escapes and that 18 of the c
houses have bad wiring. M otner's .uay SPCICKENHOM
LI~ersToday from 1:30 to 1
OPTICAL CLA
DEPARTMENT
Lense andFrame mad . ~OTHER'S DAY comes xicxL Sunday and naow's the time toi
Tose a O rdme ad'Y,$r select your 3lVtter's Day remembrance. We've made aC LIoOre1ra .;,
tS Opicl recipiu__ ~ i special effort this year." to offer you a unique assortment of Specilty
lledcrpton Special Packages of the best Mother's Day candies. DeiiuSld n
HALLERS -No" 1 110'12 S. University Delicii
State St. Jewelers __ 7 Special Gilbert's and Whitman's______________ __
--Beautiful11oxes Boxed Candy-
atifu1boxs,1.pecall designed for Mother's Day, priced A L astin g (
Cave~ i e M at$1, $15 and$1.508 the pound. These two brands are .Ci
AJ t d y AI' t -undoubtedly the finest chocolates to be had in America.
Cal=C4 Packed for Mailing FREE F o r
Cal91o Special Greeting Card FREE
_____________________________Contest______________ A mother's love can never be ft
THE BLUE BIRD __ _ ___%__ _ _ "Mother's Day" gifts youwllf
HA RS O fes$000i o aehrhatand make an Appointment O money awards A Free 5x7 Enlarged Photo- SOME THINGS SHE'
1 or that Hair Cut with graph for Your Mother SILK HOSE1
MR BA TET A $2 DBRO W NIET CAN W ITM Take a picture of your Mo~hr on May 12 - there may be GLOVESG
i meBr TlyEwttheiJJ IN,1LJ =V i few more opportunities. Let us develop the film, make the A A
J.OU.OUudsonCo. PRIZE _ prints and when you call for them, tell us which particular ULYS
A.L.CASH C. film to enarge. We will then make and present to you, NCE' R
at no extra cost ~ Enter some pictures today. You may use any-wihorcmlmtabetfu5x7enrgmtofyr
gv ~,r ~ , 1 camera-for contest pictures. But with a Brownie Mother ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT COST.I---__
;?-_____----______- - you're SURE of taking pictures of prize-winning __________________________________
.I./ . Cd~f 1/../3A.P.rldl Y,!l~jquality I
1! ~ Brownies are as low as $2 here. Stop and get-
" ~yours Kodak Film always in stock here. Photo
n-y^finishing of the prize-winning kind. CALKII NJS F1LETCH E R1
FR AC I C OB OC E324 S. State South and East University State and Packard
719 North University__________________
SMOTHER'SDA
May 121h
W e have a large selection
ofespecially appropriate
Frs tc fBXDSPECIA!. SELLING OF SPRING
FCres andc o ttBoXE COATS _
CANDY wihi special wrap- Evr\oti tica ,doi-
SStudent Supply Store ON SALE---
'1111 So. University twof prce

Lambda Theta
fears Doctor Greene
L.ambda Theta held a meeting
30 Tuesday night in Martha
Building. Helen Fagg, '29
a talk on the nursery school
in Ann Arbor run by Dr.
rine B. Greene of the School
lucation.
tion of next year's officers
f a delegate to be sent to the
nal Convention this July will
Id at the next meeting which
,ake place May 13.
with white gardenias, and
Woodmansee, '31, also wore a
a colored dress, but of clingn
.SONALITY adjustment to a
ing world will be stressed at
,ake Geneva Student Confer-
when students from nine
sin the Middle West attend
sessions at College camp this
ecr, June 12 to 13.
teadents
to try a
COOKED
[NNER
0:00 P. M- at
OKS
of
ISandwiches
ous Strawberry Shortcake
3if t
Mother
ully repaid but the
ind here will surely
12th.
WOULD LIKE -
A NEW SCARF
JEWELRY
LINGERIE
FIOPPEF
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All coats formerly
priced up to and
including
$45.00
ARENOW
All coats formerly
priced up to and
including
$110
ARE NOW
Dress Coats.
Sport Coats,
All occasion Coats.
Coats with fur
collars
Coats without fur

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w i l ve b thaf th e r though it nd f
themselves.

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Toilet Requistes
Hand Bags
Gloves
Lingerie

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Handkerchiefs
Jewelery
Negligees

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faction.

The smile

of our patrons.
WEEBER'S
German Inn

Countless Other Recins Are ,Here-
All of Them Appropriately Gift-w'rapped

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SMART
DAYTIME FROCKS
Exquisite handmade frocks, new chif-
fon or crepe frocks in plain tones or
printed in unusual designs, . , both
long and short sleeves .,.,... ensembles
and one-piece effect.
$16.75 and tip

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