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I"ANNE OF

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From the Four "Anne" books

by L. M. Montgomery.

to more trouble than the proverbial barrel of
Ito more scrapes than a file-but she always

Mis Helenl M. Woods, former em-
ployment manage of the Commadore,
Biltmore, and six other hotels operated
by John MacE. Bowman, of Detroit,
predicted a new hotel era as to the
accommodation of women, in one of
the opening addressh at the annual
convention of the Michigan State Ho-
tel association Tuesday at the. tHotel
Statler in Detroit.
Women travelers are dissatisfied
with the impersonal greeting of ho-
tel clerks. The "we-hope-this-room-
is-comfortable" idea must replace the
present "you're-darend-lucky-to-get-
this-room" attitude. The day of the
hotel hostess, hotel playrooms for chil-
dren, special rooms exclusively for
women is dawning. The ever increas-
ing number of women who travel ex-
tensively makes Inprovements of this
nature' an absolute necessity.
"This is the day for women in ho-
tel work," she said. "They are the
natural housekeepers. Itis their op-
portunity to develop the home side of
the hotels. A year or two and we
will have sewing roolns,- nurseries,
woman greeters. It is one of our
stupidities today that she has to
stand in the men's line, get her room
like men dnd occupy a room blessed
with none of the refinements to which
she is accustomed. Just bare walls, a
window, and a bath. If that isn't
lonesomeness for the home woman,
traveling alone."
Among the other changes prophe-
pied was the return of simple, cild-
fashioned dishes. It is said, that the'
ipublic is "sick to death" of French
chefs and elaborately 'prepared foods
and, that they will greatly appreciate
the ,contemplated changes in the ho-
tel menus.
FANCY DRESS PARTY TO BE
GIVEN AT A. A. HIGH SCHOOL
Ann Arbor high school will give its
10th annual fancy dress party at 7
o'clock Saturday evening, in the audi-
torium of the high school, 'The fol-
lowing eight girls who graduated last
year will put on a court minuet: Mary.
Huesman, ileanor Miller, Alice Per-
kins, Ruth Christianson, Harriet Se-
well, Gertrude Neumans. Besides this,
there will be a play, dancing, and
pantomines, The grand march at
7:30 o'clock will be lead by the of-
ficers of the Girls' league Martha
Kirkpatrick; Esther Barth, Grace Hall
and Frances Bonner.
Only girls of the high school in
.costume may appear on thei 'fior,
but all the women of the communi
are invited to come and occupy

4 party fo.r mAnbers Qf the SyzA.
phonic league of the University School
of Music will be held from 4 until 6
o'clock Friday afternoon in th Sqhool
of Music.
Girls' freshman hockey team will
meet at 2 o'clock sunday afternoon at
Rentshler's studio, 319 East Huron
street to have picture taken.
The board of directors of the Wom-
en's league will meet at 9 o'clock Sat-
urday morning in Barbour gymnas-
ium, instead of the advisory board as
announced Wednesday in The Daily.
An error was also made in stating that
the advisory board, instead of the
board of directors, would lead the
grand march at the fancy dress
party.
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The next Women's league afternoon
party will be Friday, Jan. 23, there
being none next Friday because of the
fancy dress party Saturday evening.
Junior girls who have talent for
drawing are urgently requested by the
play committee to make up a cover that
may be used 'on the program and song
book. - Anyone interested will please
see Marcella Moon, '21, at once, to
talk over plans.
Women whlo would like to borrow
funds for, the second semester are
asked to see Dean Myra B. Jordan.
Special meeting of freshman girls'
social committee will be held at 4
o'clock this afternoon at Helen New-
berry residence.
Patronize ouy Advertisers.-Adv.
ADVANCED CLASS

t~ine~ T'rubey's,
Dnes Lunches tioery
Ie Cream, Delicious Sodas
We Make our own Ice Cream
Orders soJicited from Fraternities and
Sororities. 218 S. Main Phone 166
Oswald A. Her.z
inteior Decorating
Now is the time to redecorate your rooms for the
"Hop" guestq. We employ only the most competent
men and can do your work flow.
We also carry a complete line of Floor Wax, y
Polishes, Etc., to brighten up the house.
'Call us and let us know your wants.
353-F1
112 West Washington St.
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out again.

immensely.

rrow-Friday

VIOLA DANA

OPENED

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LLOW TREE"

The first lesson of the advanced
dancing class was held Tuesday even-
ing in the Michigan Union Annex. The
"novelty one-step" and other one-step
variations were taught.
In spite of over thirty women being
enrolled, there are still at least twenty
men without partners.
The second lesson will start prompt-
ly atseven o'clock tonight and be dis-
missed ip time fot- the concert.

J. H. Benrimo'and Harrisoi Rhodes
Villow Tree" was the theatrical sensation of a
it was first produced by Cohan and Harris in

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P OITLY
FILLED

ESTABLiSHED 1857

MAIL
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PROMPTLY
FILLED

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uy~s air - gallery. Ruth Carson is chairman of
a 3-the ticket selling committee, and tick-
ets may be obtained from her.

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FOR SALE

- FOR SALE - Hammond typewriter
e with two styles of type. Been used
t only a short time. Price today new
. is $125. Will sell for $60. Phone

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phase slide rule,
w Engineering or
Leave at.Secre-
. H. E. Smith.
ratch on the way
ulevard. Finder
cretary's office.
1 nose-glasses in
r notify Reba
rered note book,
ad Peabody, en-
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ENT
plete J-Hop out-
e vest, shirt _J5
, gloves, collar,
tent pumps, top

964-M.
FOR SALE-Fine Conn B-flat cornet,
Silver with gold bell; like new. All
attachments, plush and satin lined
case. Cost $75.00, sell for $35.00.
Phone 839-M.
FOR SALE - Upright Piano, newly:
tuned and refinished. Exceient
condition. A bargain., H. 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 - Boehm system piccalo
and Meyers flute, $25. Phone
2496-W.
FOR SALE-Two tickets for Stracci-
ari concert; main floor, desirable.
$2.00 each.. Phone 1700-3.
FOR SALE-4'wo tickets for Strac-
cian concert; main floor. $.00 each,
Phone 2401-M.
FOR SALE-Two tickets to the Strac-
ciari concert. Main floor. $1.50 each.
Phone 1322-J.
WANTED
WANTED - Student who never at-
tends church services anywhere, but
is interested in the development of
his "personality," to come to the-
Congregational church next Sunday
morning at ten-thirty.

PROF. BARNES WILL REMAIN
ON FACULTY OF UNIVERSITY
Prof. Dora Magdalene Barnes, who
was last ydr director of courses in
public health nursing, will remain in
the University until April 16, on the
same basis as her appointment of last
year, as there is no one else who can
be secured to care for the students
*ho have already planned to come to
the University.
WAITED.
WANTED - Mother and daughter
would like to rent furnished house
in common with another party for
rest of school year. References
exchanged. Address, 511 E. Kings-
ley.
WANTED - Pleasant warm suite or
large single room for young women.
North of campus. Phone 2299 be-
tween 7 and 8 P. M., or Box B N,
Daily,.
WANTED-Studenit expert mathe-
matician to help on Inventory books'
during spare time. To begin Mop-d
day, Jan. 19. Apply at Office, rear
second floor, Mack & Co.
WANTED-For next semester a small
furnished house, floor of house, or
lighit housekeeping 'rooms. Phone
170-J between 4 and 5ror 6:30 and 8.
WANTED-Advanced engineering stu-
dent for profitable week end em-
ployment. Major Carson. 719 Pack-
ard St.
WANTED-A few more students can
be accommodated 'in our dining
rooms at 1214 Washtenaw Avenue.
Phone 450-J.
WANTED - Pleasant, 4arm suite or
large single room for young woman.
' North of campus. Box' B. N., Mich-
igan Daily.
WANTED-A student to take care of
furnace and do work about, the
house. Apply 730 Haven Ave.

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Evening Slippers
When you choose your evening slippers, the first requisite, is an attractive
appearance appropriate to the frock.
"We have evening dlippers, in the graceful Opera style in black, white and
silver, in Louis heels and i satin and various kid finjhes.
But a second very essential consideration-and the most important one
--is that of comfort, to dance in uncomfortable slippers is exquisite torture.
Our pumps have crimped throat effects, which widens them and prevents
cutting over the instep.
There is a widely increased popularity for Baby Louis 1-Ieels--we have
attractive models in black satin.

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ished flat at
d floor, south.
or call 2299.

(First Floor)

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pus. Hot
students.

'nished flat at
Third floor.
y and Sunday,
higa Daily.
tortable single
Hot water
810 E. Hur-

Beauty Parlor Anj owcement
--That appointments for Friday and Saturday, Feb-
ruary 13 and 14th must be made immediately. Already
our time is rapidly filling up, and altho we will have
special help skilled in manicuring and marcelling, you
must make your appointments EARLY.

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WANTED-Student with clean habits
to share room with sophomore.
Splendid room, block from campus
and convenient to best board in
city. Rent reasonable. Box A F,
Daily.
WANTED-Desirable room near cam-

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care of Daily.

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