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January 08, 1920 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1920-01-08

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Wanted for Play
are urged to try out
Is' play. Tryouts will
)ek Friday afternoon
: Saturday morning
Angell hall. Bring

'nnom n
There will'be no volunteer social
service work at the University hospital
until further notice due to the quar-
antine now on.
The Y. W. C. A. cabinet meeting wi!l
be held at 7 o'clock this evening
in Newberry hall.
Girls' Reserve club meetings at the
'city Y. W. C. A. will be held as usual.
Regular monthly meseting of Girls'
Reserve leaders will be held from 7
to 8 o'clock this evening at New-
berry hall.
Theboard of representatives of the
Women's league will meet at 9 o'clock
Saturday morniig in Barbour gym-
nasium. The president requests that
the members send substitutes if not
able to attend in:person, as the meet-
ing is important.
Mortarboard is to hold a meeting
-at 7:30 o'clock Thursday evening at
Martha Cook.
The Judiciary council and the nine
mnembers of the board of directors are
to have' the Michiganensian picture
taken at 12:15 o'clock Thursday aft-
ernoon' at. Rentschler's studio, 319
East Huron street.

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Clothes,
Full Dress Suits
tailored by this
definite asset

No,
and Tux
shop are
to any

man.

Business Suits,

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All girls writing music for the Jun-
ior Girls' play must hand in manu-
scripts to lMrs. Bacher at the Univer-
sity School' of Music by Friday night,
-uiless arrangements have been made
or an extension of time. Mrs. Bacher
will be in her office from. 3 until 5
.o'clock Thursday and Friday after-
noons.
Mortarboard will meet Thursday,
Jan. 8, at 8'o'clock in the Martha Cook
building.
There will be a Y. W. C. A. cabinet
meeting at 7 o'clock Thursday eve-

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was an informal recep-
was followed by a pro-
s by the members on -dif-
s of the subject, "Toys,"
differences beteen Ger-
d those made itt other
nd the relation between
community. Each mem-

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SPECIAL F
PRICE-QUALITY-

have a great deal to do with economy.
If you are looking for economy mn frice, here is a
boots at a reduction. But price is not the only econonr
shoe sale has all the essentials which are necessary to
Early selection affords longest wear of styles whi
with the advantageous price, you get more pleasure in
Dodd trade marks means standard value, correct style,
bination and especially happy when at

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LANEOUS
-To Investors. Wel
capital of a running
r of 17 years dura-
laws of Michigan.
. No controlling
earning big money.
r large profits. For
D Box A-C, Michigan1

Tryouts for Junior Girdl' play will
be 'ield at 3 o'clock'on Friday and 9
o'clock on Saturday. All junior, girls
are urged to try out at one of these
times. According' to Marcella Moon.
'21, chairman of the Junior Girls'
play committee, these tryouts will not
be difficult and the committee is de-
sirous thatevery junior girlattend.
A few lyrics and the music for oth-
ers are still out and should be sent
to Mrs. Bacher at the University
School of Music before the end of the
week.
PARENTS ANNOUNCE ENGAGE.
ENT OF S. OF M. STUDENT
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Coburn an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Marcia Middleton, to Capt.
Theodore Williams, son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Williams of Providence, R.
I. Miss Coburn is a student in the
voice department of the University
School of Music.

the same time we are running wonderful
price reductions.
For Tuesday we are offering special'
redaiction prices on several styles in our.
highest grade shoes.
$14.00 Values for $10.95
This is a most attractive brown kid
button boot, with full Louis heel, welt
sole, and the newest button effects of

attractive=
attention.

$10.00 Values for $1
High grey laid lace boot i
heel and turned sole-one
models.

smohed pearl.

These boots are indeed

reward for
the recov-
He is eight
and answers
Phone Mil-

First Floor

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