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December 04, 1919 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-12-04

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Rehearsals of "Dolls" will be held
at 4 o'clock Thursday and Friday in1
Sarah Caswell Angell hall.,

LOST AND FOUND

Please LOST-On Packard or Division, tan
ral re- leather purse containing check for
$9.50, currency end valuable receipt.
Liberal reward. Notify Miss Marsh,
Finder 1237-W.
LOST-A five dollar bill on Thayer
between Ann St. and Freeman's
rt tick- Dining room. Please return to 200
alcony. N. State St.
LOST - Will person who borrowed
Heifitzr plain fountain pen in Barbour Gym
0 each. please return to 200 N. State St., im-
mediately.
s, Pil- LOST-Pair of tan kid lined gauntlet
e, Mrs. gloves, Nov. 26,'at or near Armory.
2384-M. Call .2730 or returp to the Daily.
cellent LOST-A dark green belt to overcoat
Phone at or near Majestic, Nov. 30th.
Finder call 1925-R.
LOST -- Bill purse. Name Neil A.
Moore inside. Call- 1399. Reward.
floor at
for of- WILL STUDENT who found blue
Itimore sweater at Fall Games please call
3t. Defley at 1994-M.

Weekly hygiene lecture at 4 o'clock
Thursday afternoon in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall.
Junior and senior basketball prac-
tice will be held at 5 o'clock Thurs-
day in Barbour gymnasium.
Sophomores are asked to pay their,
> WANTED
WANTED-Roomniate by upperclass
man. Largeroom less than block
from campus. Best of conditions.
Box Z.
WANTED-Attention boys! We have
a few places left at our tables.
Home cooking, seven dollars per.
week. Apply, 514 E. Jefferbon.
WANTED-Suite of rooms in Wash-
tenaw avenue district. Call Reavill
or Caery at 1016.
WANTED-Comfortable room for one
near campus. Address Box BX,.
Mich. Daily.
WANTED-An experienced man to do
lettering. Apply office Mack & Co.

3ociaP tax of $1 to the chairman,
Laura Snyder, '22, in University hall,
or to Miss Louise Potter at Deaii My-
ra B. Jordan's office. The tax was
due Dec. 1.
The organization of University house
heads requests each house head to
collect faculty tea assessments in her
house and turn it in either to Miss:
Potter, secretary to Dean Jordan, or
Victoria Adams,/ 104 South Ingalls
as soon as possible.
There will "be no league party on
Friday of this week, because of the
Freshman Spread on Saturday.;

Arbor during the .Christmas holidays.-
There will be an opportunity for them
to g'et their own meals if they care
to do so. Application should be made
in the office of the Dean of Women
immediately.
Women who expect to stay in Ann
Arbor during the holidays, and who
would like to work part of the ,time,
are asked to leave their names with
Miss Louise Potter in Dean Jordan's
office.
Anyone interested in doing volun-
teer tutoring in Latin or French
should see Marjorie Van Norman, '20,
or call at Newberry hall.

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with collars to

match

Any girls interested in playing the,
piano for dancing classes should ap- All undergraduate women are' in-
ply at the office in Barbour gymna- vited to the Freshman Spread wvhich
slum. will be held Saturday evening in Bar-
bour gymnasium. Owing to the large
Upperclass girls who would like to enrollment this year, some have not
help with :squads in the gymnasium received their individual invitations,
ahould call at the office in Barbour and the committee takes this oppor-
gymnasium and make arrangements. tunity to invite those women.

Fine
Neckwear
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Varsity:
To'ggery
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Swimming classes
Barbour gymnasium.
signed up ,for them
the time designated.

have begun at
Girls who hYave
should report at

NOTICE-Owners of dogs allowed
to, run loose on the ,Campus Grounds
are hereby notified that on .and after
November 20, all dogs f6und running
loose on these grounds will 1e caught
and properly disposed of. F. C. 'Par-
don, Supt. Bldgs and Grounds.-Adv.

1107 South

Alumnae house still has
for women who. ,intend to

a few rooms.
stay in Ann

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first of week. Call

three, to occupy
Ward, 1600-W.

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A fact:
These four big financial cen-
ters are perhaps the last places
at which one would expect the
formerly fashionable 'straight
Turkish cigarettes to lose their
leadership. But at all four
places, these expensive straight
Turkish brands are far less
popular than the inexpensive,
justaenough - Turkish Fatima.

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Damsel-A Man-eating Aunt!
A Henpecked-Daddy--A Summer Camp-Sweetheart!-
A Mischievous Page Boy-An Ultra-dignified Butler!

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A Bright-minded Step-cousin-A Fat-headed, Fat-bodied Brother!
And an Impetuous Young Playwright Who Knows Not Defeat!
These are the Principal Characters in This Joyous Outburst of Merriment

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"Just Enough Turkish"
Fatima does not contain too much
Turkish like the straight Turkish
cigarettes-nor too little like the poorer
Turkish blends.
Fatima contains just enough Turkish
-just enough to taste right and just
enough to leave a man feeling right,
even when he smokes more than usual.
Are you,. personally, smoking too
much-or too little-or just enough
Turkish?,

Concocted by Pelham Grenville Wodehouse
from his SaturdayyEvening Post Serial Story of the same name
In Five Deliciously Funny Acts

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"She's the most distressful damsel
That ever yet was seen
You'll hold your sides with laughter
When you see her on 'the screen!'"

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IT'S A SCREAM OF DELIGHT FROM START TO FINISH!
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CONSTANCE BINNEY, w ci is making a hit on the stage i
39 East" in her first Realart picture, "ERSTWHILE SUSAN"
A Henpecked Widower-Daddy-A Summer Camp Sweetheart!
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