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.i iL1i 1V.t4..A iA\..W' .LN LJP' .. r 1

wr college offers annually
s of. universities and col-
ckhowledged standing fel-'
_all l~angua ges , history, and
s, including economics and
resident fello~vships of the
530, one resident research'

fellowshiph valuing $750, two resident
fellowvships, one $750 and the other
. 470,. a nd 20 resident gradu~ate schol-
a)rships of $200 are offered. Recomn-
mendations of professors and indica-
dions> of future success in academic
work are given great weight in the
ward.
Drawing instrumen2ts-Bargains in
~secon.d hand sets at WAHR'S.-Adv.

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and Fsatisfactor~,
'to every cus tom-
ea zrcr °i.he large

The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital ~ad Sa r4. 'd D l 00fsaly
7 7 to,'Y

GIRLS-
at your convenience, we will
be pleas edx to show you our
line of early Spring
MILLINERY
STEVENS '4&PEiRSHINfi
Phone 1028-W
618 Packard Near State

1Communications
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
How, many men on the r ampus
know how to get in. line for places on
Union committees?
3 How many understand what is
'meant when a' notice readts, "There
will be a tryout for manager of such
and such a campus 'organi zation?.
How many men know how The
Daily staff is selected? Would not, a
great many' more turn out for these
places if they knew what was ex-
,pected and how to go about getting
on the inside?. Of, course we would
have better campus activities, if try-
outs were more numerous. is not one
cause for the 'small turnout ignorance
of how to go about' it?
We may say that the fellow with
enough pep to be of any use will find
,out these things by inquiring.- No
doubt this is true in some cases, but
not in all.. There, are men of ability,
who do not seek such places merely
because Mof their gnorance of the situ-
ation. l~ather than waste their time-
chasing something they know not of,
they turn their attention to other
lines.
The Daily is one main source of in-
formation as to campus activities. Why
does not The Daily take it upon it-
self, to inform every freshman class
tof these conditions; the aim and pur-
pose of all organizations which con-
cern the whole campus and whose field
of supply is the_ campus.
I would like to see this done or
' earr some reply to it in, one of the
first issues of the 'new semester. Al-
though a junior, this is my first year
at Michigan and if it were not for anj
informed room mate I myself would be
in the dark on these' subjects. It
seems to me that The Daily could
boost for Michigan in this line.
14. J. ELLI S, '21.
Patronize our Advertisers.--.Adv.

All enterinig frshenand so-pho-
more wo tmen nmust regiter in g ym -I
nasium clas:ses bfr ensa
noon.
All women vwho exp. ct to take
swimming this senie~term us!?t enroll
in the director's officea in B~arbour
gymnasium.
There will be no Y. AV. C. A. vesper
services until further n iotice.
1-lulda BanecroHt, '16, associ~te sec-
retary of the' tniversit~y Y. A". C. A.,
is detained from her duties 'in the Y.'
W. C. A. officq at Newberry hall owing
to her illness.

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"Judy o oue's Harl
By Grace Miller White, author of
r "Tess of the Storm Country"

Last Times

Athena Literary society
7:15 o'clock toniight on'
floor of University hall.

will meet at
the four°th

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COTILLION DATE
SET FO FEB. 28
Saturday, Feb. 28, 1has7 been dlecided
upon as the dte for-,th.e annual ( ban-
quet and cotillion to be given by the
Women's Athrletic associatLion.
Notice of the sale of tickets for they
l anquet will be given out later.
1'a It.C. A. $1Mi' OWOL
'NOW AVAIL I'BL*E F~R WOME'N
Women myflWu r he city -Y
M. C. A. .asw iming pool.) At f he last
board of dlirctor s' meetiig, it was de-
cided that, m'ovided 7 150,reren joinled
the swimming club at $'',fora p riod'
of six months, women would be ad-
''initted to the tanks. A special roo-m
will _be fitted up for them and a s wim-,
ming master provided.
The Michigan Daily Isn all']-Cam-
pus paper.-Adv.

HE loved' her and she I,
But 2
HE learns that his grz
the Governor, is the Wolf
clothes, responsible for all
sufferings. Therefore-

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All jPerfect

A Gripping, Touching,
ing, Human Interest Story.
NOTE.-The Arcade now offers two i~tinees, con
at 2:00 and 3:301
To-morrow and. Thurs
4I
MAY ALISON
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American Lead Pencil Co.
New York

"THE ALK-Ff
The Oliver' Morosco Broadway Stage Sucm
By Frederic and Fanny Hatton.

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She hated him because he called
her "A Walk-Off" and she deter-.
mined to^ teach hint a lesson.

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What is a "Walk-Ofq?"

See

May Allison's
The Arcade
Thursday.

interpretation of t "at
on Weartesday or

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THAT old-fashioned Turkish'
Taste in Murad is one of its
chief charms.
' That old -fashioned Turkish taste
is the result. of 100%,.pure Turkish

Organizations, Not'f',
Presidents of the following organl-
zations muust have m emibers In group
.photographs identified at the' Mlvhi.
ganensian of ilces some time this after-
noon : Barristers, Phi' apoPsi, ]Del-
ta Chi, Delta Sigma Rho, Newarik
club, .Adelphi, New Elngland club,'
Alpha Kappa Kappa, asques, Theta:

Pht Alpha, Men's Lrduc;
Pi Beta ]Phi, Students'~
torical Board, Mu Phi R
Coi~mittee, Delta Sigma
Epsilon Iota, Michigan
cle Faincais, and both de
For Campus news -e
igan gaily.-Adv.

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There .are other cigarettes-----
but'.no "others" like Mrt
It is true that "ordinary"
cigarettes ,cost a trifle less.q

F~OR SALE-
WANTED - Man to act, as district
salesman for manufacturer of high
class standard commodity in con-
at: ut demand by banks andl busines
houses. A $5,000.00 year permanent
position for a hustler. Bond requir-
eAi Beaver Mfg. Co., Beaver, Pa.
VWANTED-B3y frst .class~ family, good
lpooking house to be occupied now or
in Ju~ne. East or south of campus
preferred. Address Box', B I, Daily,
WANTED-Garage, Call 2129-W. Ted
Aff leek.
LUST AND FOUND
LOST -- A gold Illinois watch and-
thain. Two keys on other end of
Echain. Near State and S. Universi-
t y. Reward. .Call Patton, 736,
LOST-A $5.00 shop coupon and a $10
chemistry coupon. Finder please
return to name on coupons or call
1 306-W.
31SFL~!T. AX1bTq

WANTED
FOR SALE-Complete ~set of~
ical drawing. instruments.
314)4- Washington St. Pi
FOR IAE-$ostou book bag
condition. Cali 825-R. 420
ton Place.}
FOR SALEBnjo-mandoli
condition. Cheap. C1
FOR RENT
FOR RENT--Single suite -s
exposure, light., airy. 907 N.
sity.
F'OR RENT-Single room furni;
student. Well h~eated. Quiet.
2388-J. 1028 Packard,
FOR RENT - Trwo room su
blocks from campus, steam

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MdkUws of the f-t 6bd TdkFRA'
and gq ptn ianareltes in the Wvdd

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