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October 28, 1919 - Image 8

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Senior engineer elections
out day until 3 o'clock.
for lit football practice oil
erry field.
ris Institutes students meet
306-U-hall.
iedy club meets in U-hall.j

meet this week as he is attending
the teachers' institute at Wilkes- Charge of the employment depart-
i tBarre, Penn. He will not return un- ment of the city Y. W. C. A. has been
Al sopomores who wdeSIre to ry out I undertaken by Miss Miriam Pope. Co-
for assistant basketball manager re- operation, with employment depart-
port at Waterman gymnasium be- nents in other cities facilitates some-
tween 7:30 and 8:30 o'clock Tues- what tle securing of desirable house-
day night. hoMl heln, which has become an acute
problem due to restricted immigra-
Patronize the Daily Advertisers tion of the past few years. A brighter

Anyone wanting help oz
should call on Miss Pope be
and 12 o'clock week 'days.

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Consider the wear, not the price per
pair you'll buy Crawfard shoes at the
Davis Toggery Shop, 119 S. Main St.-
Adv.

Read the Michigan Daily for
news.-Adv.

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least 25 4:05-Junior lit football final practice
sary five on south Ferry field.
4:15-Prof. A. H. White lectures in
is room 151 Chemistry building- on
g cream "Fixation of Nitrogen."
ed from 6:00-Chimes board of drectors
yve been meets on third floor Union.
but the 7:00-Students Interested in golf meet
but fail- in room 321 of Union for organiza-
Leries to tion purposes.
ding to 7:00-Cercle FraneaJs meets in room
arzation 205, south wing.
ie prop- 7:00-Tryouts for, fresh mandolin
ly when club in Lane hall.
degrees 7:00-Glee and Mandolfn club execu-
airy ad- tive committee meeting in room
ilk only 328 Science building.
"mission 7:15-Adelphi House of Representa-
'his, ac- tives meets on fourth floor U-hall.
ould be Topic: "Nationalization of Coal
r devia-, Mines."
9:00-Botany 4ournal club meets in
room 173 Natural Science building.
STRIKE -WEDNESDAY
4:30-Fresh Girls Glee club meets In
no) Barbour gymnasium.
g presi- 7:00-Varsity band practice.
Workers 7:00-1en interested in soccer foot.
;ht the ball meet in Lane hall.
ect and 7:15-Student council meets on third
he bitu- floor Union.
> a man 7:15-Commerce- club meets in room
conces- 316 of Union.
Wilson THURSDAY
ias had 7:30-Copper Country club members
oncern- and prospectives meet in room 319
hied him of Union.
ing the ___
anapolis FRIDAY
he will S00-allowe'en party of the Hobart
meeting guild in Harris~ hall.
ah exec- . UNOTICES
he ex ,Freshmen who wish to try out for as-
to- this sistant manager of the Varsity Glee
and Mandolin club report between 2
u-ted 25 and 5 o'clock today at the office,

GET GOOD GOODS AT GOODYEAR'S
Iur and Fur Trimmed Hats
In all the season's newest shapes. Trimmed with Nutria,
Hudson Seal, Nearseal or Moleskin they have a tasteful dis-
play to the woman who is discriminating in her choice of
headwear.

I .Hudson Seal and Gold or.Silver Brocade are attractively combined in. especially desir
hats for this year's winter' wear. And Nearseal Tams are among the charming creations
popular with the smartly dressed young women of today. Very new are the combination
feathers and fur-and very beautiful, as are all of the models shown.
We invite a critical inspection of this charming Fall and Winter lillinery, confident
it will meet with your approval.

(Second Floor)

-Preparing 'for
Christmas
New things for Christmas are com-
ing in daily. Before very long the
store will be full of numerous things,
all of which will make charming gifts
for the expression of friendship in 'the
joy season of the year. It is not to
early to start your Christmas buying
-4n fact, now is the time to start if
one is to take advantage of the com-
plete stocks that cannot last long. a'

New Evening Gowns
"The new Evening Gowns
are making their debut. And
they are being most enthus-
iastically received. Well

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These
ors and
The
any des
ed to a
made w:
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might they be, for we have
never seen more bautiful evening wear or greater
of originality than is displayed in.each individual
our new assortment.

Chiffon Taffeta and Charmeuse Satin are the materials used in the majority o
new gowns but many are of Messaline. As they are in all shades and as each is'mn
ently from the others there is practically no limit to the preferences one may express.
Charming for the Little )Misses are the frocks of white and flesh colored Geo
Coming in sizes 8 to 17 they form the most satisfactory answer to the problem of o
girl shall have for party wear.

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Every Tuesday, Thursday Saturday Nights From 7

Admssion 10 Cents.

Sketes 15 Cents

Children Will Be Admitted Free Saturday Afternoon From 2 to 5'. Skates 15
A Hallpwe'en Party Will Be Given Next Thursday Evening, October 30.

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