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here for
If it's new shades you need call 237.
Wayne C. H. Major & Co.-Adv.

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te two big reasons why you will like this model.
a brogue, and handsomely decorated brogues are
today. Second, it is an every-kind-of-weather
TOP GRADE $16-00

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BOOT
SHOP

11 So. Main St,

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THANKSGIVING PARTY

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Dancing 9:00 to 1 :00 at the Armory.

guests. Tickets limited.

Tickets on sale

at Graham's, and Fisher's Pharmacy.
Gift IT E
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TRA IT
ASL STUDIO&
ENDS
721 N. UNIVERSITY AVE.

Marguerite Chapin, president of the
Women's league, has asked that pres-
idents of all women's organizations
report at once to the Committee on
Student Affairs, concerning their or-
ganizations, in order that the new
registration of campus activities may
be accurately and expeditiously made.
This request applies also to such
organized committees among the wo-
men as the Junior Girls' play, Senior
play, junior advisors,as well as to
such organizations as Wyvern, Ath- I
ena, Girls' Glee club, etc.-
Girls' Mandolin club will meet at
12:30 o'clock Friday noon in Barbour
gymnasium. All girls are requested
to bring their mandolins.
TheEducational club meeting which
was to have ,been held Wednesday,
Nov. 26,. will be postponed to 9:15
o'clock Wednesday evening, .Dec. 3,
ate Martha Cook dormitory.
Basketball' practice will be held
once a week for e'ach. team as fol-
lows:
Freshmen at 3 or 5 o'clock on Wed-
nesday; sophomores at 4 o'clock on
Wednesday; juniors and seniors at 5
o'clock on Thursday. These practices
will begin today.
Mrs. John R. Effinger will be at
home to University women this after-
noon at 1025 Martin Place.
Nevberry hall will entertain Uni-
versity women at a tea which is to be
given at 4:30 o'clock this afternion.;
There will be a Women's league
party at 4 o'clock Friday in Barbour
gymnasium. There will be dancing.
Tea will be served in the parlors
afterward.'
Athena members are to have the
Michiganenslan picture taken at 12:30
o'clock today, at Rentschler's studio,
319 East Huron street.
Sophomores are asked to pay their
freshman spread tax of $1 to the chair-
man, Laura Snyder, '22, or to Miss
Louise Potter in Dean Myra B. Jor-
dan's office.
Y.W. C. A. dues are payable be-
fore Dec. 1,at the office in Newberry
hall.
Freshman girls are invited to at-
tend the second freshman tea dansant
to be given from 2:30 until 5 o'clock
Saturday afternoon, at Helen New-
berry residence.
ENGAGEMENT OF PETERSON
TO X. PINKERTON ANNOUNCED
Announcement is made of the en-
gagement of Ward Davis Peterson, ex-
'19, son of Dr. and Mrs. Rueben Pet-
erson of Ann Arbor, to Miss Marcia
Pinkerton, '19, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Pinkerton of Detroit.
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Coming

ARCADE -
preseafs
A T SENSATION
4 0
J9..
SO
LOS ANGELES TIMES
* There is a point beyond
which motion pictures cease
to be merely pictures and be-
come great voiceless art.
"Broken Bossoms."

WOWAWS ASSOCIATION URGES
ISSUANCE OF TWO-CENT COiN
Following closely upon the recent
Roosevelt memorial campaign, to
,which the University of Michigan con-
tributed nearly $700, the Woman's
Roosevelt memorial association has
urged congress to issue a two-cent'
coin bearing the likeness of the -late{
ex-President.
At a public meeting in New York
City recently, the association adopted
a resolution which stated that as it
has been thetcustom to issue coins
and medals to commemorate the
great men of the United States, con-
gress should authorize the issue of
the Roosevelt two-cent piece.
Shortly after the death of Colonel
Roosevelt, the !Woman's association
was formed for the purpose of restor-
ing his birth place in New York City.
Plans are already under way to re-
store the birthplace site as it appear-
ed in 1858, the year of Colonel Roose-
velt's birth.

FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK
101-105 SOtTH MAIN STREET 330 SOUTH STATE)STE
(Nickels Arcade)

Announcement is made of the com-
ing marriage of Dr. Wilmer Carlyle
Harris, '07, son of Mrs. Isabel Har-
ris of Ann 'Arbor, to Mary McLellan
McDonald, '18,Vdaughter of Mr. and
Mrs. James H. McDonald of Detroit.
Prof. Roy G. Blakey, of the econom-
ics department of the University of
Minnesota, was the guest of Prof. Wmf
-Paton for the past few days.
Girls living at Helen Newberry res-
idence who are going to remain there'
for Thanksgiving day are each enter-
tainng one guest at dinner on that
day.

ForTraveling .Anywhere Anytii
YOU WILL ENJOY USING THE
A. B. A. Travelers' Checks as issued by this bank. 1
come in denomninations of $10, $20, $50 and $100, are ca
by Banks, Hotels, Railroads, etc., without identification.

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Campus News

Candy

Allen Quafly
Candies

TODAY AND TOMORROW

LIBERTY AT MAYNA

One to Five Pounds

--ASK US -

EVGENE
SIN
SEALED

O'BRIEN
HEAR

The star who created such a sensation in his first starring picture, "The Perfect Lover" is
production by Robert Edeson and Lucille Lee Stewart (sister of Anita).

Leave Copy
at
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desiring to do L
oft newspaper,
S.. Thayer St.,

LOST AND FOUND
OST-Will fellow who found leather
notebobk and Spanish grammer in
Campus Lunch room Saturday noon,
call Patterson. Phone 1077-M. Con-
tained valuable notes. Reward.

)-One Zewit & Hopkins An-
1 Geometry new or second
Miller, Phone 523-$a.

room duing
try. Prefer-
one 579-J.
ed man to do
Mack & Co.
804 Monroe:

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LOST-Long bar pin of sterling silver
set with blue and white stones at{
Mich. Union, Fri. evening. Call
643 Tappan. Phone 1582-W.
FOUND-Lady's gold wrist watch.
Owner may obtain by identifying
same and paying for this, ad. W.
A. B.,'Michigan Daily.
LOST-Leather note book and text
book, "Discription of Industry," by
by Adams. Name Emily G. Edwards.
Phone 2618.
LOST-A sheep-skin coat in the In-
tramural Club bouse, Friday, Noy.
21. Finder call Eldredge, 1206. Re-
ward.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Warm leather overcoat.
cheap, as good as new. Act quick
if ypu want a bargain. Call Wed-'
neday afternoon or any evening aft-
er seven at 734 S. Division St.

WHICH
WHICH

RENT-Room
two. Two doors
e. Price reason

ONE OF THESE MEN DOES SHE MARRY-The father or the son
ONE DOES SHE LOVE? You will never know until you see this pict

ble for one
a Detroit car
904 South

Also Star Comedy, "TEN NIGHTS IN A TEA ROOM"
A rollicking burlesque on the prohibition question. The action takes place in the year 1950, a d
the debauchery of those who have become addicted to tea, cubeb cigarettes, malted milk, etc.
FRIDAY-SATURDAY
ALICE JOYCE
-IN -
"THE VENGEANCE OF DURAND"
By REX BEACH
COMMENCING SUNDAY-FOUR DAYS
D.W. GRIFFITH'S "BROKEN BLOSSOMS"
WE ARE THE ONLY
Stu dent S upply tor
All Kinds of Engineering Supplies, Stationery, Fountain Pens,
I.P Note Books and Paper, Candies, Cigars and Tobacco
SAVE IONEY BY TRADING WITH US

singl~e rooms,* be-
Nov. 24, $2.50 per
13-W. 303 E. Ann.

MISCELLANEOUS
[RES Attention. Chance to
good money in spare time.
1 Coleman. 7:00 P. M.-7:30

FOR SALE-Medical Students.
ical books for sale cheap.
Fraser, 16 S. Washlngtn, t.,
lanti, Mich. Phone 596-J.

Med-
Mrs.
Ypsi-

SALE -Dress suit-including

1111 SO. UNIVERSITYry

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