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Am 'I I Y AA L Al 1 1 113 Al . AI I I


1Sophomoresare reminded to report STUDENTS AT LA ALL
to Miss Marion Wood to arrange for -
TO FIN- classes and for physical examinations. INCREASED ENROLLMENT CAUSES
All members of the intercollegiate
committee are requested to meet for POSITIONS
a special meeting at 4 o'clock Tues- --
new dor- day at Newberry residence. Co-operation is the keynote of the
nstruction welfare organizations on the campus,
ly assum- A large number of Junior advisors if the plans which are being follow-
completed have not as yet paid their fee of one e'd by the Union and the University
i the out- dollar. They should do so at once at, Y. M. C. A. can be taken as any criter-
e finished the Summer session office in Univer IIon.


uuassurcu l

ropriation of $100,-
the erection of the
evi Barbour in hon-
, after whom the
An additional ap-
,000 is necessary in
e entire expense of
e W. E. Wood com-
ntract for the con-
ad the building and
at of the University
s for the mechani-
, plumbing, sheet
electrical wiring.
bour house when
commodate fully as
the Newberry res-
a four story build-
floor of which will
om, parlors, guests
ess manager's of-
artments, servants'
and a few student
d, third, and foufth
sn over to sleeping
s, and bath rooms.
s to have also two
rches, for use in

sity hall.
Tea will be served from 3:30 to 5:30
o'clock Monday, Sept. 29, in New-
berry hall, by the Women's League
and tl# Y. W, C. A. All University
women are invited.
Outdoor sports and regular work
will begin Oct. 15. In addition to
hockey, tennis, archery, and walking,
quoits will be included in the fall.
sports. Outdoor contests will continue
until Nov. 15, if the weather permits.
Girls who are proficient in social
or aesthetic dancing, or understand
French,, English, or Spanish, sufficient
ly well to teach any one of them are
asked to notify Miss Hulda Bancroft
at Newberry hall, or Frances Wesley,
'20, phone 251.
Junior advisors invite all freshmen
and al, girls entering the University
for the first time to a supper which
will be given at 6 o'clock, Oct. 6, in
Barbour gymnasium, immediately fol-
lowing the party given that afternoon'
by Dean Myra B. Jordan.
Freshmen women should make ap-
pointments for physicl examinations
at the office of the physical director
in Barbour gymnasium immediately
after classification. Uniforms consist-
ing of white middies, black bloomers,
and regulation gymnasium shoes may
also be procured at the gyninasium.
Every woman who registers in the
University this year automatically
becomes a member of the Woman's
League. The membership fee of one
dollar is now included in the registra-
tion fee for the' first time.
The opening tea of the league will
be held Molay, Sept. 29, at 3:30 to
5:30 o'clock In Newberry hall, in con-
junetion with the Y. W. C. A. tea.

This year these two organizations-
have divided up the matter of housing
the students and furnishing them with
employment, giving the former to the
Union and the later to the "Y."
Reports .from Y. M. C. -A. headquart-
erw at Lane hall have it that more p6s-
itions have been given students al-
ready this year.than ever before, while
more work is in denand this year
than for some time.
Large Enrollment Responsible
The increased enrollment in all col-
leges is held responsible for the de-
mand while it also furnishes addition-
al work. The demand, however, at the
present, exceeds the supply. For this
reason officials of the "Y" are re-]
canvassing the city in search of more
work for the students.
J. Erwin Goodwillie, '20E, president.
Hf the "Y," said Saturday that an at-
tempt will be made td' confine the pos-
itions offered, only to those students
who actually need them to help them
pay their expenses.
"In many cases," Goodwillie declar-
ed, "we find students who have the.
means to put themselves through
school without work, getting some of
the best positions we have, simply be-
cause they want some extra money.
We feel that they are not entitled
to it, because it causes some fellow
who really needs the work to go with-
out it.
Many Walters Wanted
"The majority of the positions we
have to offer are jobs as waiters in
restaurants .and lunch rooms. These
jobs are the most desirable because
they pay for an entire year's board
with just a little effort."
It is estimated )y Goodwillie that
more than 1,500 or .2,000 students will
be given 'work through tloe employ-
ment agency af' the Y. M. C. A.
Applications for positions may be
left at the information desk in Lane

1 1\LJ111-1L
Freshmen girls especially are being
invited by the Y. W. C. A. to avail
themselves of the comforts and ad-
vantages of Newberry hall, directly
opposite University hall on State
During the war activities on the
campus last year this building was
given over to the men in service, and
the Y. W. C. A. headquarters were
transferred to a room in Barbour gym-
nasium. This summer, however, the
association has removed to its old
quarters, which have been completely
Walls are newly tinted, floors laid
with new oriental rugs, and comfort-
able chairs and ferns make the whole
place inviting and homelike. Read-
ing tables are equipped with all the
best and latest magazines.
Lunches and refreshments will be
served to those who desire the same
in the tea room, which is now equip-
ped to serve about 100 girls.
Mrs. T. L. Stoddard, 707 N. Uni-
versity Ave. (over A. A. Savings Bank)
wishes to aiounce the reopening of
6er hair shop. Hair, scalp and facial
t eatment. Marceling a specialty.
Phone 2652.-Adv.
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rs to-the freshmen
vomen are meeting
neophytes regis-
their future class,
sting them to the
Each junior girl
reshmen under her
expected to advise4
difficulties which.
r during their first
senior women are
to the girls who
ty with 'advancedj

See us for your Music Wan
Complete line of fine Pianos and Player-Pianos
Victor Victrolas and Records
Martin Guitars, Mandolins and Ukuleles
Tango Banjos, Banjo Ukes and Mandolins .
Buescher Saxophones, Brass and Reed Instruments
Violins, Bows and Strings for All Instruments
Popular and Classic Music
We Repair All Musical Instruments

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Dame Fashion calls for'

As for the Blouses
Would you like a soft tan 'blouse fig-
ured with'bright yarn embroidery? Most.
of the new blouses are Russian effects
or with the front and back panels. All
of thetn boast of yarn, silk, chenille em-
broidery -or bead work and their colors.
would outdo the rainbow.r
These blouses are a georgette, morning
glory silk, tricolette and combinations of
tricolette and georgette in all colors,
with a wide range in price.

Plaid's the Thing
The popularity of the new sweater has
made the separate skirt in plaid "the
thing." In their brilliant plaids and col-
ors they are irresistible--calling to the
woods and fields. Beside the sport wear
they are also good for class or for shop-
ping trips. Most of them are in the
straight line, and even the accordian and
other plaited skirts continue in theslim
silhouette. Aside from their bright col-
ors they rely on clever and individual
touches for their distinction. These
skirts are frQm $16.00 to $25.00.
(2nd Floor)

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(2nd Floor)

The Fate of a Frock--
-hangs on its petticoat. Noth-
ing can ruin the lines of a frock
so easily as an 11-fitting petticoat.
Too much fullness results in a
bunched appearance. Too scanty
a pettiskirt or too short a one can
work just as much havoc.
We have a full line of pettiskirts
in either heavy satin or silk Jersey
in all the new shades. Prices run
from $5.00 to $25.00.

Good Taste Demands
the proper glove and the longer
glove is exceedingly smart this
year. We have a shipment of Cape
leather gloves, the Adler make in
browns,; beaver, gray, black, white,
with and without the strap effect.
We have some fine imported kid
gloves, with self and fancy em-
broidery trimming. These are in
two clasp gloves. We have long
cuff driving gloves in black leather.
that are in the gauntlet effect.
(1st Floor)

tection and a
is the duty of
And how read-
The wooly
would keep off
, and when it
pearance there

(2nd Floor)

ne in a varie-
r, black, rein-
are the most
. Others come
of colors, in
and purple
e. These are

The New Hats
With the advance of fall comes
the season not of forecast but of
the authentic mode. It marks as
exceedingly popular the smnall hat
-whatever its shape, often feath-
er trimmed, or with embroidery of
yarnor metal braid. Then Fash-
iokn also approves the sailor of hat-
ters, plush and larger brimmed
hats of velvet. -- with the variety=
of trimmings and shapes fall brings
forth hats for all in her own indi-
vidual manner.


The Finishing
is often brought about thru
a subtle finish at the neck. To
be "right"' in neckwear is in-
deed an art. We are now show-
ing the new Dutch collar of
Breton net and fillet. Another
exceedingly popular model is a
combination of collar and jabot
of net with real Val trimming.
The long narrow suit collars
are here, in shawl effects with
Val trimming.. Then also we
have the high necked vestees,
berthas of oriental lace, round-
necked 'collars and numerous
other models.

Clever Patterns in Drape
Wpatterns in cretonnes for over-
drapes on display in our Furniture
Department. The choice of over-
drapes is an essential part to mak-
i"g the student room habitable and
"homey."" For under curtains net
and marquisette, cu)rtains either
with a plain or lace edge make a
tasty lkackground for the splashy '
overdrapes so dear to the student's
Marquisette curtains already made up 2/ yards in 1
lace trim, in white, ivory, and ecru at $2.75 to $4.00.
Quaker Craft lace curtains in white, ivory, and ecru,
long with or without lacd trim at $2.50 to $5.00.
Marquisette curtaining, per yard, 75c and 80c. Net
per yard. 65c and 85c. Bordered and plain scrims, per
Portieres for doorways and alcoves, in green, b
black, per pair, $7.50 to $11.00.
(3rd Floor)
and an Arra of Couch.C(
Couch covers in a variety of colors, $2.65 to $11.00.
The couch covers come in a great ,variety of color
terns. The prettiest perhaps are some of tan linen wit
!Combined with the attractiveness of these couch c
have the added attraction of being washable. The wo
covers come in plain dull colors which harmonize with
and rug. There are some in a very pretty blue. Then
in Roman stripings, and in numerous patterns and colo
f'ihere are some in brown and green combinations tl
bought in pairs for $7.50. These can be used 'either as co
or as portieres.
.If one wishes his couchcover to match his curtains, 1
cretonne in double width and have the. cover made. T
very good looking rooms.
(3rd Floor)
Complete Line of Student Furni
In our furniture department we are showing a fine]1
dent furniture, including complete room assortments
prkes. The separate pieces are also of golden and fume
very good values.
We have a good assort-
ment of desks. These are
either regulation or table _ -
desks in all sizes. We al-
so liave" another rather - -
necessary article of furni-
ture-the folding card ta-
If you are seeking for
easy chairs, you have
found the place you are,-
looking fQr. We have all i
kinds-of reed, of fibre,
and of leather, and at va-
rious prices.
(3rd Floor)

(1st Floor)

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