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October 11, 1918 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1918-10-11

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDA

registered in the literary college or
WHAT'S GOING ON the deck and line division, will report
for supervised study from 7:30 to 9:30
o'clock for the remainder of the week
TODAY in rooms 202, 209, 213, 214 and 217 in
7:45-Meeting of the board of di- the Natural Science building. This isi
ectors of the Cosmopolitan club in for night study. Day study, as previ-
oom 302 University hall. ously announced, will be from 12:30 to
2:30 o'clock in room "C," Law build-
TOMORROW ing.
8:00-Social at the Methodist church
A. T. C. men are excluded on ac- Girls' Attention - For rainwater
aunt of Capt. R. H. Durkee's orders. shampoo, face and scalp massage, go
to Mrs. J. R. Trojanowski, 1110 So.
d I-NOTICE University, side entrance. Phone 696.
Students in the S. N. T. 0. who are -Adv.

WANTED: S. A. T. C. MEN
S. A. T. C. men, as well others,
are wanted for the editorial and
business staff of The Daily. Mem-
bers of the corps can now elect
Rhetoric 37 in the literary col-
lege, or Engiish 10 and 12 in the
engineering college, putting in
three hours of work on The Daily
for every hour of credit. Apply
at the Press building in the after-
noons.
Ten-week subscriptions to The
Daily are being offered for $1.50.

Xiscount Grey Admires Wilson's Note! in sight but not in reach. He praised
London, Oct. 10.-Yiscount Grey, the the wisdom of President Wilson's re-
former secretary of foreign affairs, in ply to the German note, and equip-
the lirst speech he has made in two ment in which the United States is
years, said he thought that peace was sending over its troops.
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UNIVERSITY

WOMEN

ESTABLISHED 1818
ADtSON AVENUE COR. FORTY-FOURTH STREET
NEW YORK
Telephone Murray Hill 8800
Our Representative
will be at the
HOTEL PON TCIARTRAIN, DETROIT
Today and Tomorrow
October 11 and 12
with Samples of Ready made Clothing
Furnishings, Hats and Shoes
Send for Illustrated Catalogue

CAPABLE YOUNG WOMEN ARE HELPING TO
WIN THE WAR
A University Woman trained to be an efficient Secretary,
Office Manager, Stenographer, or Clerk is one of the United
States' biggest assets and renders a genuine service to the
Country, in helping to keep business going. Capable office
workers were never more needed than now-and the demand
for young women is unprecedented.
WONDERFUL CHANCES FOR WOMEN
The present situation in the business world throws open
countless opportunities to young women. You may have a fine
literary education-but are you trained in some one profession
to apply that education to a practical use?
SPANISH STUDENTS
Who have a knoweldge of Spanish and are qualified for
Secretarial and Stenographic work areat a great premium in
the east to help carry on the business between the United States
and the Latin Countries.
STEPPING STONE
Our School gives you the most practical training possible
to secure and makes it morally certain that you will secure not
only a good position at the beginning, but will rapidly advance.
Our School has been running for a third of a century and has
turned out thousands of graduates who are filling some of the
most responsible positions in the Country.
IF YOYU ARE NOT PREPARED
Enroll in our classes at once and not only make yourself
able to render genuine service to your country but reap the
benefit of intelligently directed effort.
SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND
711 NO. UNIVERSITY AVE. New Class Organized at 3:00 p. m. Monday.

BOSTON SALES-OFFICES
TREMONT COR. BOYLSTON STREET

NEWPORT SALES-OFFICES
220 BELLEVUE Av E rju

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HOSPITAL and
LAB COATS

WADHAMS & CO.

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VE STAR CONCERTS1
CARUSO-HINSELF, assisted by NINA MORGANA, Prima Donna,

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- FIVE
Suprano

Metropolitan Opera;ELIAS BREESKIN,Distinguished Russian Violinist,SA LVATORE
FUCITO and ISAAC VANGROVE, Pianists
HILL AUDITORIUm, Ann Arbor

ALL CONCERTS CHANGED TO SATURDAY NIGHTS
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TOSCHA SEIDEL
SATURDAY, FEB. 8

JOSEPH BONNET
SATURDAY, JAN.18

ANNA CASE

SATURDAY, NOV. 16

CARUSO Ticket Sales Begins at 8 o'clock SATUR DAY MORNING at SCHOOL OF MUSIC

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- $3.50

- $4.00

- $5.00

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SOME GOOI) COURSE TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE AT $4.50, $5.00, $5.50, $6.00 INCLUDING CARUSO CONCERT
MN. CARUSO USES THE HARDMAN PIANO EXCLUSIVELY. TOUR UNDER TH E DIRECTION OF THE METROPOLITAN MUSICAL BUREAU, NEW YORK CITY

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