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ATHLETIC BOARDHi NAMES LOUISE Cl
AS CHAIRMAN 0 NATIONAL

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LIBRARY DONORS
WILL SIN BOOKS;

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1 I6gaves FIom 184 Universities
*tW .epresented At
Meeting
MICHIGAN W. A. A. IS HEAD

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In accordance with the agree-
0UI1 I NHCI ,Ument which was made when vari-
ous individuals, groups of indi-
viduals, and houses on the campus
presented the Jessie Horton Koess-
; 'ler libtary in-the League with a
book or set of books, the donors
will be.. given an opportunity to
autogranh their contributions.
One thousand .boioks have beenf

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FIVE TEAMS REMAIN TO CONCLUDE
INTRA MURAL BASEBALL SERIES
The Intramural Baseball Tour- Omega. The two games to be play-
nament which began April third is: ed at 5:00 will constitute the semi-
due to be concluded next' Wednes- finals. The final encounter will take
day. Of the sixteen teams that place between the winners of these
played in the first elimination ser- two promptly at 4:15 o'clock Wed-
ies,. five remain in the tournament. nesday.
Zeta Tau Alpha will meet Betsy Following this game -a baseball
Barbour on Monday at 4:00 p. m. banquet will be given by W. A. A.
At 5:00 o'clock Sigma Kappa will at which the winning team of the
play the winner of this game, and tournament will be presented with
Alpha Epsilon Phi will play Chi a cup. . I

Notice I _ Notice
I Esther Kirby, '32, a member of Any woman having 600 or more
the housing committee of the un- W. A. A. points should call Monday
1 dergraduate League, is now in at the W. A. A. office in the League
' charge of the ushering at the Ly- to check over their points. This is
dia Mendelssohn theater of the 1in preparation for the new 1,000
I League in place of Jane Yearnd, point award to be given at the W.
'31. A. A. installation banquet.

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Five Barbers Waiting
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To Serve You

Louise Cody, '30 Ed., has been
Oppointed by the executive board ' .
f the Womens Athletic Associa
tion, as chairman of the national ~ ..............
conference of college athletic as-..............::.
:ociations which will assemble at
the University of Michigan next f u:'...
Apiil. Miss Cody will plan the pro- >.
gram of speakers and arrange for
the housing and entertainment of
delegates from 184 colleges and un-
iyegsities.
Michigan, as president of the.
Athletic Conference of American $
milege Women, will preside at all
of the meetings. Speakers of na-
tional reputation will be present, Louise Cody, '30Ed.,
while discussion of the principal Who will be chairman of theE
problems which confront groups to- 'rnational conference of A. C. A. C.
day will be the chief value which W., which will meet at the Uni-
arrangements for the conference versitv) of Michigan next snrin9.

Spresented to the library for the
use of students -while in the build-
inv. Most of these have been con-
tributions from"' sororities and
leagues houses, although in several
cases one woman. alone, or a
small group of women, have pre-
sented them.
Next Tuesday and Wednesday
afternoons. May 21 and 22, the
hours between 2:00 and 5:30
o'clock have been set aside at the
library for the purpose of auto-
graphing the copies. The donors
may come at any time during these
hours, and, as it is the only oppor-
tunitv which will be given for this,
fit is hoped that advantage will be
taen of it by everyone.
Miss Evelyn Russell of San Fran-
cisco. a seafaring manicurist, has
traveled three timets around the
world trimming finger nails. I

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The Calkins-Fletcher
BULLETIlN
The Weekly News of Three Wide Awake Stores
CAMERA FANS PLEASED

will aim to provide. The new Mich-
Igan League and the Athletic build-
big on Palmer Field will be the
an etng place for sessions of the
convention.
Miss Cody has filled many exe-
Utive positions on the campus and
Was general chairman of the Jun-
Tor Girls' Play this play. As chair-
iah of the conference, she will be
an ex-officio nefnber of the W.
.' A. board during the coming year.
According to MissCody, the mem.-
ors of the committee on the con-
rerence will be announced at an
rayly date.
A, The .convention which will meet
in Ann Arbor next spring will be
jhe sixth tri-ennial: assembly of the
national organization. Delegates:
rom Michigan were present at the
last ntjonal conference which met
t Cornell in 1927, also attendingi
4'.c'nVention of the Middle-West-
n section at Ohio State Univer-
Ity ,last year.r
" EA STQPLAY T,'ATW1IE
IN INTERCLAS GA MS
Tuesday, May 21, will be played
our interclass baseball games,;
ah .class team playing twice. At
:15 o'clock -the Freshmen will
meet the juniors and the sopho-
=nores the seniors. Each team will;
blay again at 5:15, the frosh op-
iosng the seniors and the sopho-;
_ores the juniors.-
Helen Wilson, '31, general chair-
man of the W. A. A. installation1
banquet, wishes to announce that
boo tickets can ,be bought for the
banquet after Monday. The class,
Iaseball managers have tickets to
' eil and tickets may be bought at
the intramural games Monday. The
banquet will take place at 5:30
;b'clock and is formal.
Program Of Parties
At League Is Large
Many private individuals as well
as several clubs have chosen the
charming setting which the League
tffords for luncheons and dinners
Ithis week-end.
A private luncheon will take place
today, at which Miss Ella M. Smith
will be hostess; 35 covers will be
iaid.
Yesterday, Mrs. A. J. Hall enter-
ta1ined the guests at a charming
ibridge-luncheon for her daughter.
Another luncheon taking place at
the same time was that of the Vas-
par Alumnae Association, which
rwas held in a private dining-room
(and was followed by a business
!lneeting.
Athena, women's debating so-
ciety, gave a tea yesterday for its
members in the Kalamazoo room.
Sfrs. Ward Peterson also entertain-
ed at tea from 3:30 to 5:30 in the
Hostess room. Both affairs were
small and charmingly appointed.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA.
I-Miss Mildred Millsap placed 99
bull's eyes out of a possible 100 in
Decent shooting competition.
x Save Time
Call 9616
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HAIR SHOP

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GLEE CLUB DANCE IS HIGH-LIGHT
AMONG WEEK'S SOCIAL AFFA
Clil Omega seniors were guests at a center-piece of spring f
a dinner Wednesday given by their and yellow tapers.
alumnae at the home of Mrs. Philip A tea-dance yesterday a
mn mDelta Gamma house was ax
Hadley. The entire active sorority affair. Among those who act
and alumnae were entertained on hostesses were Mrs. Shirley S
Saturday by Mrs. L. W. Oliphant at Mrs. John Tennant, Mrs. M
la bridge luncheon. Waterman, and Mrs. William J
The chief social function at Alpha Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Smith,
! Ph thi wek wa aninfomalWilbur R. Humphreys, and pa
Phi this week was an informal Inesses of Alpha Chi Omega
dance Friday night. This afternoon guests at the sorority house
the sorority is holding a reception tern Night.
and tea for faculty members. Dec- Delta Delta Delta enteri
orations are to be spring flowers traditional cery ye atnet
and green tapers. Lantern Night ceremonies.
Among the guests at a faculty house was decorated withs
dinner given Wednesday by Pi Beta powers, and the juniors pres
Phi were Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Moore, 'gifts to the senior honor gues
'Mr. Hugh Hetherington, Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Davis entertain
Mrs. C. D. Thorpe, and Mr. and Mrs. seniors of Kappa Delta at
Julio Del Toro. Wednesday. Another affair in
A unique part this week was the honor was a dinner at theF
breakfast given by Theta Phi Alpha Hills Country club given by
for its seniors at the Island fire- patronesses.
place last Sunday morning. . The installation banquet o
Theta Phi Alpha held a spring Sigma -Sigma was held last
for'mal Friday' night. A pretty'' at the 'ho iise. Th traditional b
scheme of decorations was carried fast given every spring was
out with spring flowers and j apa- this morning.
nese lanterns, which added color to Sorosis announces the ple
'the scene. of Harriet Thomas, '30, of Ka
Sixty guests attended the formal zoo. Phi Gamma Mu has pl
dinner-dance of Zeta Tau Alpha Ethel Arscott, '32, Marie E.'
Saturday night. Tables were at- stead, '31, and Elizabeth Quail
tractively decorated with orchid
sweet peas, yellow daisies and snap-Notice
dragons, and ivory tapers.N t
Charlotte Goodrich, '30, and Mar- o
tha Cogshall; '30, and Dorothy Sei- The retiring W. A. A. B
ferlein, '32, were initiated into Zeta I will hold a luncheon -mee
Tau Alpha yesterday. A formal ( Tuesday inthe League' tea r
dinner in their honor followed the All of the officers are urge
initiation ceremonies. I be present, and all board rep
Kappa Kappa Gamma had a I are due at that time.,
spring formal party Friday, using o
lilacs as the basis of the decora- UNIVERSITY OF WASH
tions. TON.-According to Professor
Kappa Alpha Theta entertained liam H. George who has visit
their alumnae, patronesses, and University of Hawaii, the Pre
several Ann Arbor guests at a tea of that University knows ever
Wednesday. The table was set with dent by name.

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SPECIAL PRICE AT THREE
DRUG STORES
Special prices are in effect every day
of the v-ek at the three big Calkins-
Fletcher stores.. A great saving can
be effected by purchasing there, Ann
Arbor people have discovered. Store
No>. z, managed by E, P. Mack is
located across from the campus at 324
S. State Street. This store has been
serving since 1886. Store No. 2,ais
located at the corner of East and
South University avenues and is under
the management of Mr. L. A. Wikel.
Store No. 3, at State and Packard
Streets, 'is directed by Mr. Paul Gib-
sion.
EDITORIAL
YOUR DRUGGIST IS MORE
THAN A MERCHANT
Consider the druggist for a 11oo
mert. You are apt to think of h
as a storekeeper, supplying many of
yorur conliot, (daily w~ants. The ~word
"drug"'' has becone con fused in your
mind and it .may mean a soda foun-
taim, a cigar counter or a general
store.
But the druggist is, first and fore-
most, a professional aian. Trained and
educated in pharmacy, fie is closely
alled to the physician. It is hie wio
carefully and accurately compounds
the drugs your physician prescribed.
Years of studly ar~e necessary before
he can do this. Furtheniore, the State
regulates his activity. He must pass
rigid State Board, examinations. He
must display his certificate of registra-
tion.
Here, at Calkins-Fetc er's we have
many phirmac ists,most of them Ui-
versity trained and graduated men.
Thy have spent hundreds of dollars
and years educating themselves to
serve you. Whatever your preser ip-
ion may , bc-Ito matter how' rare the
drugs and how difficult to compound-
you will find our pharmacists com-
petent and trustworthy. The Calkins-
Fletcher label on the medicine your
doctor prescribes means tint it is pre-
cisely what. he prescribes, right down
to the smallest fraction of a grain.

MOTHER'S DAY QFFER
ATTRACTIVE

Wins New Customers
The Calkins-Fletcher offer. of a, 7
en'argement. free proved a great stinu-
lus to the taking of Miother's photo-
graph on Mother's Day. According
to Mr. E. P. Mack, manager of Store
No. r. more thani nn such enlarge-
ments have ' been given customers.
"Your printing is'the finest I have ever
had," said one customer, a student
camera enthusiast.
Calkins-Fletcher Company is the
leading loeal distributor of Eastman
Kodaks, films and supplies and carries
an exceptionally large stock of cameras
at all times.
CANDY WINS IN
POP ULAR
CONTEST
Two brands of candy have been an-
nounced recently,.in a nationallypop-
ularity pool, as the two favorites with
American women. These two. brands
are Gilbert's and Whitman's. Both
are carried at the Calkins-Fletcher
stores in a great variety of boxes and
in all sizes. For many years, 'these
stores have been known as the real
place to get the best candies and te
very freshest.
First with the Latest
The more you vsit the Calkins-
Fletcher stores, the more you are con-
vinced that they are invariably "first
with the latest." Thcir slogan, "If
anyone has it, so do we" is proved
by a casual glance at the display
counters. That's 'why so many people
are in the habit of going to "Calk's"
frst.

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Get your odakou,
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Count on us for -
Kodak Film
Expert Finis
it' Picture Week! ,
1his is National Take-APicture Week-time for you
to take those snapshots you've put off so long. And this week
is almost your last chance to enter prints in Eastman's $30,009
Prize Contest-it closes May 31.
Get your Kodak out and keep it busy. See
us for all photographic supplies. Cameras as low
as $2.50. Kodak Film-all sizes-fresh. 'Expert
photo finishing promptly done.
FRANCISCO BYCE,
719 North University

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COOD, TASTE in ACCESSORIES
MEANS CARE in CHOOSINS

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HOSE
in all the newest shades-
Sun Tan s h ad e s for
Blondes and Brunettes-
$1.95
HANDBAGS
of leather in costume tones
harmonize with the scheme
of your ensemble

of washable

chamois i n

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MY SALE* of
LINGERIE
The folloicwing articles are priced at
$198

. decreed this demuTe ON
modelandnothingsmarter SEV
could have been worn in, PATT
Coquetto.., cuunin l
f Gt, sc to flTOO,'
lacin n mp ... cut-
outs ... in nude kid, pink
hia and snow white hid

either natural or white are
very popular with sleeveless
frocks.
$4.95
- a
LINGERIE
of soft silk in delicate pastel
shades is neatly tailored or
daintily trimmed in lace
$3.95 and up
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$3.95 and up

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Pongee' Pajamas
Two piece style bound in con-
trasting shades, all sizes-
very heavy quality-sizes 15,
16, 17.
Crepe De Chine Gowns
Every one daintily made-
tailored and lace trimmed-
sizes 15,16,17--ail pastel
shades.
Dance Sets
Fashioned of crepe de chine
in all the new summer shades
-green, peach, lavendar and
white.
Crepe De Chine Bloomers
In flesh and whitemonly-
made of very heavy material

Shorts and Brassiers
Stripped and checked, made
of the very finest material-
the colors are in the finest
combination-just the thing
for summer wear.
Chemise
Flesh and white lace trimmed
top and bottom-all sizes-
shadow hem-very heavy ma-
terial.
Slips
Flesh and white lace trimmed
top and bottom-all sizes-
crepe de chine material-this

HANDKERCHIEFS
these days are gay bits of
silk that give '"That" touch
to a costume with their
brilliant colorings
75c and $1.00

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