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November 27, 1919 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-11-27

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t story which is to be the
the members of the Stylus
society was given it's initial
. regular meeting of that so-
esday night when the first
on was read. Henceforth,
er week, a succeeding part
dded until the story is com-
'here are no limitations as to
i of each installment and the
at liberty to stop whenever
moves her.
r feature this year is the
ace of a "wastebasket" into
e turned manuscripts of all
Lich are unsigned, and which
ne read before the club and
ised by the members. This
sket" has been the means of
to light much material which
ierwise have been left in old
ks and trunks.
was formed in 1901 by Prof.
ott of the rhetoric depart--
has been an active organ-
nce that time. Membership,
open to junior, senior and
women is based entirely upon
-,commendatioz
W(fomen I
will be a Women's league
4 o'clock Friday in Barbour
n. - Tea will be served aft-
girls who are interested in
ing of lyrics and music for
or Girls' play are asked to
at at a meeting at 4 o'clock,
Dec. 1, in Sarah Caswell
all. Prof. John R. Brumm
k, and definite lyrics will be
to those wishing to write.

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Showing Today, Friday and Saturday at the Majestic Theatre.

First Evening Show Se

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ty were en-
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of South Aierica were rep-

countries
resented.

' The address was given by Charles
J. Ewald. The guests were welcomed
by President Harley Johnson of the
Rotary club, and Prof. Charles Wag-
ner and Jalme A. Baucis replied.
Music was furnished by the South
Americans.

M. C. A. The
students and 18,
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Patronize the Daily Advertisers.

E EQIJIID TO MAK
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FATHER.
ppointments for Any STUDI .
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2964 721 N. UNIVERSITY ATE.

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Quarry's and
The Delta ,

12 izrt- reserve
Clubs Foarmed'
University women have taken up the
Girls' Reserve work of the city Y. W.
C. A. and are leading .12 clubs formed
from the girls in the city schools. The
school girls are enthusiastic about the
clubs and it is thought that many
more will, be formed and lead by Un-
iversity women who have taken the
course in Girls' Reserve club leader-
ship, given under thedirection of Miss
Litaker, city Y. W. C. A. secretary.
Following are the clubs with leaders
already appointed: Daughters of Un-
cle Sam Girls' Reserve, Elizabeth Mc-
Donald, '20 leader; Pioneer Girls' Re-
serve, Harriet Woodworth, '20,leader;
Good Luck Girls' Reserve, Madeline
MacGregor, '21, leader; Blue Bird
Girls' Reserve, Florence Crozier, '20,
leader; Good Fellowship Girls' Re-
serve, Horatia Corbin, '22, assistant
leader; Daughters of Liberty Girls'
Reserve, Phyllis Wiley, '21, leader;
Helen Koch, '21, 'assistant leader;
Blue Triangle Girls' Reserve, Almena
Barlow, '22, leader, Adele Tappan, '21,
assistant leader; Sunshine Girls' Re-
serve, Esther Pafenbach, '20, leader;
Helen Cannon, '22, assistant leader;
Rainbow Girls' Reserve, Dorothy Hol-l
lis, '21, leader; Beacon Girls' Reserve,
Ernestine Hall, '21, leader, Elinor
Leonard, '21, assistant leader; Be
Square Girls' Reserve, Marie Crozier,
'21, leader; True Blue Girls' Reserve,
Margaret McEiwain, '2, leader, Lil-
Ilan Webster, '20, assistant leader. ,
Daley Pieked to Lead Purple Eleven
Evanston, Nov. 26.-Daley, left tac-
kle on the Northwestern varsity, was
elected captain for the year of 1920
at meeting after the men returned
from the Rutgers game. Daley was
one of the best players on the team,
and stood out among the linemen for'
his excellent defensive work. He boot-
ed the field goal that won-from'In-
diana, the only gane that the Purple
won in the 1919 season.
The Michigan Daily, the only morn-
ing paper in Ann Arbor, contains all
the'. latest campus, city, and world
news.-Adv.
A new, shipment of art-glass now
here. Glass cut to order, any pattern.
0. H. Major & Co.. Phono 237.-Adv.

If you aren't satisfied, we can't be.
We make "Portraits that Please" you
at Derr Studio.-Adv.
Callus "Gets-It"
. Will Peel It OffI
Nothing onEarth like Simple "Gas-
S It" for Corns or Calluses.
A callus, or thickened skin on
the sole of the foot, which often
makes walking a misery is of the
same nature as a. corn. "Gets-It"

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JTED-Lady desires room during
ecgnber and January. Prefer-
ly near campus. Phone 579-J.
VTED-One Zgwit & Hopkins An-'
ytical Geometry new or second
nd. Miller, Phone 523-R.
vTED-An experienced man to do
tering. Apply office Mack & Co.
FOR RENT
RENT-Room suitable for one
two. Two doors from Detroit car
e. Price reasonable. 904 South
ate St.
RENT-Front suite, also single
om; first class in every particular
9 South Fifth Ave.

;LOST AND FOUND
LOST-At Minnesota game, in south
stand, or on way to State and Pack-
ard-silver wrist watch and brace-
let. Valued as souvenir of the A.
E. F. $10.00 reward. at Theta Xi
house, 624 Packard St. Phone 1484.
LOST-Hexagonal, 16 size Elgin gold
watch with initials W. M. S. on case.
Substantial reward if returned to
Simpson, 300 North Ingalls. Phone
394,
LOST-A sheep-ski coat in the In-
tramural Club, house, Friday, Nov.
21. Finder call Eldredge, 1206. Re-
ward.

Use "GetsIt" and Dance, Even with Corn
removes itcas easily as it does the
toughest 'corns. By. using a few
drops of "Gets-It" on the callus, you
will be able to peelitoff with your
finders, in' one complete piece just
as you would a banana veel. It
haves the skin flee and smooth as
though you never had a. callus. You
need no more fussy plasters, sticky
.tape, "packagey" bandages, knives or
scissors for corns or calluses. "Gets-
It' isthe national corn remover, the
biggest on earth, used by millions. It
never fails. You'll work, play &D
dance at ease in spite of corns.
"Gets-It," the onlysure, guaranteed,
money-back corxi-removier, costs but
a trifle at any drug store. MTd by
E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago. Ill.
Sold in Ann Arbor and recommended as
the world's best Corn. Remedy by

It is a thing almost too beautiful.,
too sublime, for wdrds. The high
art of the screen must remain as a
closed book to those who .do not
see and know

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E. A. .MUMMERY

STUDENT
BOARD
303 E. ANN ST.
We give real $8.00- board
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It is a thing of rare and haunting charm.
Mr. Griffith should think of a new name for
his work, along with a new synonym for the
word "photoplay" because his productions are
so different from those of other directors that
they require a separate classification.-N Y.
Evening Post.

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bone 1600-J.

gold watch, on South Thayer
Monday evening. Call 963-J.
ward.

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FOR SALE I
-Dress suit including REWARD
:tenden, 721 South State. fountain
and clip.

- to afinder of Waterman
pen, No. 32, with gold band
Call 1512-J.

$6.00

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