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to University Women,

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College Notes

A.y 'r ,A party for members of the Sym-
-- phonic league of the University School
a problem this year. of Music .will be held from 4 until 6
decree elaborately o'clock Friday afternoon in ti School
of Music.
irts, daintily but,
at the hips. The Women who would like to borrow
de known, 'will be funds for the second semester are
weeks; All the la- asked to see Dean Myra B. Jordan..
cked in their new'
and hoops-for all Girls' freshman hockey team will
test fashions from meet at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon atl
sk. fro Rentshler's studio, 319 East Huron
nasium has always treet to have picture taken.
the festive occasion
t probably see the An important meeting of all house
it the gymnasium is heads will be held at 4:30 o'clock
Allowing three feet on Wednesday afternoon in the Wom-
each skirt, only 30 en's league parlors in Barbour gym-
.o stand shoulder to-lnasium. The-president urges every
s ' a house head to be present, or else to
two is the limit in send a substitute, because there will
nto be a discussion of house -rules.
rmnasium and the The Girls' Eudcational club will
ho are permitted to meet at 8:15 o'clock Wednesday eve-"
be appprtoxmate ning at Helen Newberry residence.
r each girll t move Professor Whipple will speak.
become of the men? The advisory board of the Women'
woany take mourIfleague will hold a meeting at 9 o'clock
I- take men are putIf Saturday morning at Barbour gym-
The gymnasium is nasium.
sme wait outside MISS MURTLAND UNABLE TO
ises, how can they' SPEAK BECAUSE OF ILLNESS
sted that the com- Miss Cleo Murtland of Detroit, who
hange the styles be- was scheduled to speak before the
Women's vocational conference at 4
o'clock Thuisday afternoon, will not
ncheon for Monday be able to appear at that time on ac-
the Sarah Caswell count of illness.
the D. A. R. who Miss Murtland was to speak on/'The
e luncheon next Ethics of Cliosing a Vocation." The
>n notify Mrs. Mary committee of the vocational confer-
.322-J or Mrs. For- ence has arranged a different program
Friday. > this year. Instead of having the meet-
--ing come at intervals during the year,
ws read the Mich- they will be concentrated in the month
of March.

League To Give
Fancy Dress W1all
Five hundred girls in fancy dress
costume are expected to attend the
Women'es league party which begins
promptly at 8 o'clok Saturday night
in Barbour gymnasium. The members
of the committee consider this a
moderate estimate, as there are more
than 1,500 women eligible to be pre-
sent.
They urge that all be on time for
the grand march which is ,to be led
by the advisory board of the league.
Stunts will be given during the eve-
ring, and a prize will be awarded for
the best. Prizes are also to be given
for the best group of costumes and for
the cleverest, the 'prettiest,' and the
most ridiculous individual fancy dress.
The advisory board will act as judges
A charge of 10 cents will. be made
of each girl, and of 25 cents for any-
one not in costume.
PLANS DISCUSSED
FOR NURSES' WORK
Feasibility of establishing a de-
finite territory for student nurses sent
to Detroft for two months' training in
field work from the school of public
health nursing recently instituted at
the University was discussed Monday
afternoon in Detroit at a meeting of
members of the Visiting Nurses asso-
ciation, with officials of the Detroit
board of health, Dr. Waler H. Mac-
Cracken, dean of the Detroit College
of Medicine and Surgery, and repre-
sentatives from Chicago and the Un-
iversity of Michigan.
Dr. Henry F. Vaughny Detroit health.
commissioner, isjn favor of the plan
which would establish a worhIng ter-
ritory for student nurses under the
supervision of visiting nurses of the
'board of health. The studcn.s would
be regarded as a reserve corps to be
pressed into service in cases of em-
ergencies such as the influenza epi-
demic last, year. The course at pre-
sent requires two months theoretical
work at the University and twc
months practical field work in De-
troit.
Prof. Magdalene Barnes of the
public health nursing department of
the University, attended the meeting.
The Michigan Daily, the only un
ing paper in Ann Arbor, contains all
the latest campus, afty, and world
news.--Ad.
Patronize our Advertisers.---Adv.

SIX FELLOWSHIPS
OFFERED AT SMITH
Dean Myra B. Jordan received a
letter from Secretary Sidney N. Deane_
of the Committee on Graduate In-
struction of Smith college telling of
fellowships which are being offered.
Six fellowships, of the value of $50
each, and without charge for tution
have been established by the trustees
of Smith college for the encourage-
ment of advanced work.
They are open to women graduates
of not less than one year's standing,
either of Smith college or of other
colleges of recognized rank, and are
awarded annually, subject to renewal
at discretion. The holders of these
fellowshtls are required to render
some assistance, not instruction, not
to exceed six hours a week, If such as-
sistance is required by the respective
departments.
At the end of the year each fellow
must present a thesis embodying the
results of her work. Appointments are
not restricted to particular depart-
ments of study, but are made in -ac-
cordance with the merits of the can-
didate. It is expected that the appli-
cant will submit to the Secretary of
the committee specimens of her work
for examination by the department in
which she desires to study. Applica-
tion must be filed by March 15.
Further information may be obtain-
ed from Dean Jordan, or from Dean
Alfred H. Lloyd, dean of the Graduate
school.
STUDENTS TO SPEAK AT VESPER
SERVICES IN NEWBERRY HALL
The program at vesper services to-,
day will feature echoes from the Des
Moines Student Volunteer convention
where 21 Michigan women were in at-
tendance and where all phases of
world wide service, both home and
foreign, were taken up. Speeches will
be made by Meiung Ting, '20M, Helen
Wong, '22, and Marjorie Van Norman,
'20. A special social hour has been
planned to follow the meeting, which
will be held at 4:30 o'clock this aft-
ernoon, at Newberry hall.
MICHIGAN PARTY COMMITTEE
CHOOSES WOMAN AS 'OFFICER
Honor of being the first woman
chosen to hold a political office on a
Michigan party' committee has been
given to Miss Bina M. West, the foun-
der of the Women's Benefit Association
of Port Huron. This honor has been
worthily piacek as Miss West has
made a phenomtial success in organ-
ization/ work. The association she
founded 27 years ago is today the larg-
est fraternkl organization for women
in the world. Miss West brings to her
appointment years of successful train-
ing and business experience.
Patronize our Advertisers.--Adv.

ANN ARBOR CHOP SUEY
Excellent CHOP SUEY from
11:30 a. m. to midnight
Steaks and Chops 314 S. State

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JEWELERS
Qualityand Service
4 113. Liberty St.
Ana Arbor, Mich.

Today-your last chance to see
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS
"WH EN THE CLOUDS ROLL BY"
SUPERSTITIOUS?
* Jareaking imirrors, walking
under a ladder, thirteen at
the table, seeing a black cat
-you know all the old jinx
"''< stuff. They're all assembled
>>: "'s'. and work their horrible spell
on DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS..
You'don't have to consult
the ouija board to know that
this is a good picture.
See it today.
DOtCgA4qJ F'4RBArn'
Tomorrow-Return Date
MARY MILES MINTER
"ANNE OF GREEN GABLES"
COMING
VIOLA DANA
-in-
"THE WILLOW TREE"

'ISING

Leapt Copy r
IQuarry: and
The Bobt

'AND-?OUNID
eaf note book, medium
ing notes on journal-I
y and aesthetics.. Also
ed copy of Social Or-
y Cooley. Books lost
ys. Finder please call
2064-M.
ose-leaf leather note-
y and History outline
Bates. Very important
them. Reward. C. A.
21 So. University Av6.

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,ady s gold watch on the way
at the Boulev'ard. Finder
leave ac .Sucretary's office.
old faced round Gruen wrist
between Tappan Rd. and Un-
y Hail. Call 398.
- Lady's diamond ring, small
[inder please call H. Kelley,
Reward.
'air of plain nose-glasses in
case. Finder notify Reba
p, 843-.
WANTED)
J-Student with clean habits
re room with sophomore.
d room, block from campus
)nvenient to best board in
Rent reasonable. Box A F,
- Pleasant warm suite or
ingle room for young women
of campus. Phone 2299 be-
7,and 8 P. M., or Box B N,

FOR SALE
FOR SALE - Hammond typewriter
with two styles of type. Been used
only a short time. Price today new
is $125. Will sell for $60. Phone
964-M.
FOR SALE - Upright Piano, newly
tuned and refinished. Excellent
condition. A bargain. [ . Seger
Slifer, 310 S. State St. Phone 889-J.
FOR SALE-Apple wood very desir-
able for fireplaces. Leugth to ord-
er. H. L. Thornton, Geddes Road.
Phone 7136-F12.
FOR SALE-Two tickets for Stracci-
ari' concert; main floor, desirable.
$2.00 each., Phon e 1700-J..
FOR SALE-One or three Stracciari
concert tickets. Seventh row, first
balcony. Phone 1124-R.
FOR SALE--Two Stracciari concert
tickets; main floor and second bal-
cony. Phone 1014-W.
FOR SALE - Boehm system piccalo
and Meyers flute, $25. -Phone,
2496-W.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT--My complete J-Hop out-
fit: Suit 38, white vest, shirt 15
with pearl buttons, gloves, collar,
tie, stiff hat, patent pumps, top
coat $10. Box 0, Daily.
FOR RENT-Small furnished flat at
337 Thompson St. Third floor, south.
Open Saturday, 2 to 5, or call 2299.
Box B N, Dafly.
FO'R RENT - Well furnished front
suite of rooms. Hot water heat.
Telephonp 1231-W. 810 E. Huron.

Sale of Hart Schaffner & Marx

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Suits and

Overcoats

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We have decided to make a reduced price on all Young Men's Suits and Over-
coats in odd sizes and broken lots. All good styles, fine pure wool fabrics and in a
good range of colors.

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our Groups iof Stylish and Desirable Suits

Lot1 Lot 2
Priced regularly up to $32.00 Priced regularly up to $35.00
'at at
$27.50 $28,50

Lot 3 Lot 4
Priced regularly up to $42.00 Priced regularly up to $45.00
$ 0at $.at
$35.00 $37.50,

100 Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits, Values from $35.00 to $60.00, at 15 per cent off
Seven Groups of Men's Warm, Comfortable Overcoats

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$5.0 VALUES
at
$44.50

$50.00 VALUES
at
$42.50.

$45.00 VALUES
at
$37.50

$40.00 VALUES $35.00 VALTUES
at at
$33.50 $27.50

$30.00 VALUES i $28.SQ VALUES
at at
$24.50 $18.75

)-For next semester a small
ed house, floor of house, or
mousekeeping rooms. Phone
etween 4 and 5 or 6:30 and 8.
-Advanced engineering stu-
>r profitable week end em-
nt. Major Carson. 719 Pack-
-Desirable room near cam-
ginning new semester. See

FOR RENT -- Good double suite on
first floor. Warm anr airy. $8. 429
N. Division, Phone 1741-R,
FOR RENT-Good double suite on first
floor. Warm and airy. $8. 429 N.
Division St. Phone 120.
FOR.nRENT-Student Rooms. 303 E.
Ann St.
MISCELLANEOUS
MISCELLANEOUS - Stamps and
stamp collections bought, sold or ex-

This Sale Is Now Going On at the Big Store of

Reulle,

Conlin, Fie gel&FrCo.

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THE HOME OF HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES

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