1 for the run
t Hungry This Evening
us serve you one of our club sand-
ruit, or Waldorf salads, waffles,
LIBERTY AT MA YNARD
OPENS BABY CLINIC
The baby clinic has -been moved
from the city Y. W. C. A. to the Com-
munity house. It was opened this
week. There are 102 babies listed un-
der the care of the clinic at pres-
ent, and more could be given proper
Hours for subsequent clinicsivill be
from 2 to 4 o'clock every Tuesday
and Friday. -One or two doctors will
be in attendance these days. Miss
Thorpe, the trained nurse, will lend
able assistance at the regular hours;
and at other times, as formerly, will
aid in the homes. The apparatus,
such as is used for tests, is effic-
clent. Bandages, compresses, and
medicines are fully provided. This
clinic is a real factor in giving Ann
Arbor "better babies."
The Community house rest room al-
so serves the public. Appointments
may be kept here. Lunches may be
eaten, and tea is served on request.
Organizations are welcome to hold
'meetings, and anyone who so desires
-may entertain at the house. Rooms
on the. upper floors are rented to Ann
Arbor girls. The city nurses' reg-
istry is at the Community house un-
der Miss Schock.
PLANS FOR BOARD
5IUH I b
the attractive features of Beau Brum-
mel Caps. See them and buy them
at the Davis Toggery Shoppe. 119 S.
C 0 L U IN FINALS
In a niatch, almost every game of
which went to deuce, Cole eliminated
Reindel in the semi-final round of
the fall tennis tournament. The score
was 2-6, 6-4, 9-7. Cole now meets
Stephens in the finals. After losing
the first set rather easily, Cole came
back and overcame a 3-1 lead in the
second set. In the third set, he did
the same thing. Throughout the en-
tire match he played a steady, ac-
curate game and desered to win
over the erratic game of Reindel.
In the third set Reindel led all the
way to 7-all. At one time he had
match point. Cole here showed his
cool nerve and by meanis of his steady
game, featured by many great gets,
he turned- apparent defeat into vic-
FRESHXXN SWDIlERS MAKE
FAST TIME IN CONTESTS
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day at 3:30; sophomores, Monday and
Friday at 3:30; Juniors and seniors,
Wednesday at 3:30 and Saturday at
A picture of the Varsity for the
Michiganensian will be taken next
week, date, time, place, and names to
ANN ARBOR CH
Steaks and Chops
Imported British Oxto
- Whitie. Polo Shirts
711 NORTH UNIVERSITY ,AVE.
)LS OF LOVE
endures is most beautifully ex-
s and jewelry ' carry your
ges of love and friendship.
elry, Watches, Si)verware are
live the sentiment that inspires'
ATE ST. JEWELERS
Discussion of campus activities in
relation to the Women's league Was
held in a series of talks at the first
meeting of the board of representa-
tives yesterday morning in Barbour
gymnasium. More than 50 women
Elsie Erley, '20,vice-president of the
league, presided at the meeting. Sue
Verlinden, '20, gave a brief talk on
the Michigan Chimes and on the work
of Masques for this year. This was,
followed by an outline of the plans of
the intercollegiate committee by Anna
May Yorkes, '20.
Class parties are to be substituted
for all-campus mixers as a result of
a talk by Dean Myra B. Jordan on
this subject. Dean Jordan spoke on
the origin of mixers in the Univer-
sity and their purpose. Open discus.-
sion of this institution followed. Va--
rious representatives also expressed
their appreciation of the use of the
gymnasium for University house par-
Any non-freshman girls who would
be interested in sewing and Could give
Saturday from 9 to 11 o'clock, will
please call at Helen Newberry resi-
dence, or see Marjorie Van .Norman.
Michigan Dames .are needed to lead
indusjrial clubs in the. evenings, and
to assist in the sewing school which
meets from 9:30 to 11 o'clock on Sat-
urday mornings. If willing to help,
report at the city Y. W. C. A. as soon
Any girls interested in making
hand-painted cards for Thanksgiving
are asked to call at Helen Newberry
residence for materials and instruc-
Pop. Mat. Wed., 50c to
$1.00. Sat. Mat., s50c to
$1.50. Week Starting
Sunday, Nov. 9, Nights,
50c to $2.00.
. Membership tryouts for Athena.
be held at 7:15 o'lock Tuesday
ning, Nov. 11, in room 302, Masont
and J. J. SHUBERT Present
hers', Greatest Comedy of
th and Springtime
- with -
and, Constance Binne3
of the original New York cast wh
ly during a highly successful enga
and Maxine Elliott's Theatres.
R. A. Karr, '17, of Coldwtater is vis-
iting friends here over the week end.
Miriam Dening of Franklin college,
Indiana, is the guest of her chapter
house here for a few days.
Fisk Church, '16, of Utica, N. Y., has
has been the guest of friends here
for the past few days.
Harry Richards, '16, and Mrs. Rich-
ards of Houghton, are spending the
week end in Ann Arbor as the guests
Mrs. Walter W. Watson, '16, of
Youngstown, Ohio, is spending a few
days here visiting friends.
Winifred Cochran, '18, of Detroit, is
is here over this week end.
Tables will turn! Just one year
ago today, Michigan was celebrateing
her first victory over Chicago since
1905. The queer part about it is that
the score was 13 to 0 in favor of Mich-.
If you aren't satisfied, we can't be.
We make "Portraits that Please" you
at Derr Studio.-Adv.
The Michigan Daily, the only morn-
ing paper in Ann Arbor, contains all
the latest campus, city, and world,
The play-reading class of Masques
will meet at 4 o'clock Tuesday after-
noon in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Members of the coach and cast com-
mittees will meet with the class this
week to hear the reading of "Dolls,"
the play to be given Dec.- 12. Stage,
property and costume committees will
meet the director at 5 o'clock Tuesday
Hon. Frank F. Rogers, state high-
way commissioner of Michigan, will
deliver an illustrated lecture on the
subject "The Construction and Main-
tenance of Gravel Roads," at 7:30
o'clock on Thursday, Nov. 13, in room
407, Engineering building.
Arthur H. Blanchard, professor of
highway engineering, will preside at.
tke annual meeting of the American
Road Builders' association to be held,
on Nov. 7 in'-New York City, and also
at the meeting of the North Atlantic
Division of the National Highway
Traffic association to be held during
the evening of the same day.
Marguerite Chapin, '20, To Speak
Marguerite Chapin, '20, left Friday
for Chicago, where she will give a
talk today' at the luncheon given for
Michigan women. She will give the
undergraduate woman's vievs of
O N C A M P U S
Sunday, Nov. 9,
Nights, 50c to $2.50
The Famous Singing Comedienne and
Leave Copy LASS I IFIE B Lar"01t
at Quarry's and s and
The Deb ifts
ye. For Sale
with JACK WILSON
LOST AND FOUND
LOST - Ring of several keys, one
marked 659A.' Finder please call
Brickbauer, Phone 2605.
and a Favorite Cast
LOST-Blue and green bead bag Wed-
nesday night. Finder call 1325. Re,-
WANTED - Student bond or stock
salesman. One having previous ex-
perience preferred. Liberal com-
mission. W. H.' Morrow, 548 South
State St. Phone 236.
WANTED-House keeping rooms or
apartment for two adults.. Call 739-J'
after two P. M.
FOR SALF- Black Persion kitten, 7
months old. $5.00. 411 N. Ingalls
Tom Moore will show you that he, is a twelve-cylinder lover-
but who wouldn't be with such heart charmers as Gloria Hope, Hazel
Daly and Kathleen Kirkham as the objects?
THE PICTURE'S AS GAY AS ITS TITLE AND PACKED FULL
OF SPICE AND ENTERTAINMENT
"THE GAY LORD QUEX" is one of the best pictures Tom
Moore has appeared in, which is a rather broad statement
considering Moore's many successes.-Exhibitor's Herald.
Olive Thomas in "The Spite B-de"
Norma Talmadge in "The Isle of
B. Johnstone, author "Take It From Me" and
: music by Tom Johnstone
TO RENT-Furnished room on first
floor, convenient for two. Private
entrance. 802 S. Sate St.