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the City. Come WatchesClocks
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ir StoreJewelery
ir Store Waterman and Conklin Pens
uron 5t. Schlanderer & Seyfried, Jewelers

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Of Interest to University Women

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CHIMES DRIVE SHOWS
BIG FIRST DAYRESULTS

iUTO STROP and
lILLETTE RAZORS

SORORITY HOUSES SET PACE
OTHER GROUPS IN SUB-
SCRIBING

FOR

THE ONE YOU LIKE IS HERE
IN OUR COMPLETE ASSORTMENT

he Eberbach & Son Co.
200-204E. LIBERTY ST.
ONE MAIL
MERS ORDERSt
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ESTABLISHED 1857
re Prdper Fall Attire leans the
Proper Accessories

Plans for the subscription campaign
of the Chimes among the women stu-
dents was the purpose of a meeting
held Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock
by a committee of women appointed by
the president of the Women's league
and women's editor of the Michigan
Chimes.
Plans Discussed
During the meeting such subjects
as the "Relation of the Chimes to the
Michigan Union," the "Policy of the
Chimes," the "Relationship Between
the Chimes and the Student council, the
"Pla'ns of the Art Department," were
discussed respectively by the follow-
ing men: George Hurley, '18L, gen-
eral secretary of the Mi~higan Union;
James McClintock, '21L, editor in chief
of the Michigan Chimes, Carl Johnson,.
and Reed Bachman, '20. Walter Reiss,
'20, president of the Student council.
'20, spoke on the business side of the
Chimes and gave recommendations to
women as how the business end of the
,;ampaign should be carried on.
Sororities Respond
In the evening, women on the com-
mittee visited sororities, league houses,
and dormitories and one hour after the
actual campaign began a report from
Chi Omega house showed 19 subscrip-
tions from 21 women present.
Ifidications are that correspondingly
good results ,will prove that Michigan
women stand ready to support the
Chimes, which is in every sense a thor-
.oughly Michigan and progressive un-
dertaking. ,
The campaign is in charge of the
following committee: Martha Guerns-
ey, '19; Margaret Chapin, '20; Elsie
Erley, '20; Sue Verlander, '20; Lucie
Hoffman; Cathryn Gless, '20; Ann
Kirkpatrick, '20; Anna May Yorks, '20;
Hann ah Blumenthal, '20 Dorothea Flin-
termann, '20; Ruth Abbot, '20; Agnes
Abele, '20; and Elizabeth Oakes, '20.
BRIEF CASES, MUSIC FOLIOS AND

TO PA RA PHRASE:
ie Hose Slows--
a greater extent since the shorter
s are again coming into vogue.
hosiery is a very important part
e question of dress. It should be
n for quality and, durability, and
d be conservative to a great de-
In our Iiie of hosiery, we feel
an meet all these requisites.
line of hose is very complete,
ing a full assortment of the
s matching the fall boots. We
carry an assortment of lighter
s, and fancy hose for dressier
carry the well known Burlin-
Kayser and Radmore hose in
white and all colors. We also
the Luxite hose.

Wyvern, the junior girls literary
society, will hold its first meeting at
the Pi Beta Phi house on Tuesday
evening, Oct. 14, at 7 o'clock. At that
time, the list of eligible junior girls
will be gone over, and six or seven
new members will be choen.
All committee members of Chimes
are. expected to report their results
of the Michigan Chimes subscription
campaign to Marguerite Chapin, '20, in
the Woman's league room in Barbour
gymnasium on Friday between the
-ours of 11 and 12:30 o'clock.
Sophomores who have not rggister-
d for their medical examination must
do so at once. They should also sign
ap for their outdoor sports. Signs
for same are posted in Barbour gym-
nasium.
Members of Mortarboard society are
asked to meet on Saturday at 9:30
o'clock in the Women's league ropM-in
Barbour gymnasium.
There is to be an important meeting
of Iota Sigma Pi atr1:15 o'clock to-
morrow afternoon, room 303, Chem-
istry building.
Dorothea Comfort will entertain
Stylus in Martha Cook building on
Tuesday, Oct. 14, at 7:30 o'clock.
New Dormitory
Accommodates 75
Betsey Barbour dormitory is the
-new home for girls which is being
'erected now on State street, back of
where West hall now stands. When
finished, it will accommodate 75
girls, and will be one of the most
beautiful buildings on the campus,
resembling Newberry from the out-
side.
The front on State street is a
large sun-parlor which will be heat-
ed. Back of this is the spacious liv-
ing-room with a fireplace and two
windows at either end. Then comes
the hall or main entrance to the
north, and a parlor to the south.
Back of these is the large, light, airy
dining-room.
The rooms open into each other by
double doors and affcrd spacious room
for entertainment. The electric ele-
vator and the large cistern of soft
water will be an advantage.
Albert Kahn, of Detroit, is the arch-
itect. He drew plans also for the
Library, Hill auditorium, New Sci-
ence building, and the new hospital.
Betsey Barbour dormitory is a gift
from Levi Barbour of Dtroit'in mnem-
ory of his mother. Besides donating
it, he expects to furnish it, and pre-
sent calculations show that it will
cost at least $150,000.
Patronize the Daily Advertisers.

Masque To HoldI
Tryout Tuesday
Tryouts for membership in Masques,
the women's dramatic society of the
campus, will be held Tuesday, Oct.
14, at 4 o'clock in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall. This tryout is open to
all University women as freshman
students are also eligible to the organ-
'ization.
.Masques, in addition to its annual
play will present before the Women's
league four or five one act plays this
year. The educational phase of the
.program which has been planned will
consist of a play reading group and a
class in makeup, as well as a series of
pertinent talks by the director, Profes-
sor J. Raleigh Nelson, on amateur play'
production. There will also be work in
the organization on a simple scale of
a children's theater, in which a series
of plays will be given by children un-
der the direction of members of the so
ciety.
Membership in Masques has neces-
carily been limited to fifty in order
that every member may be allowed
to take some active part in the play
production work..
Isn't Thaidust
Like A Freshman
He was a Frosh. Any upperclass-
man could have told you that. But he
didn't think he looked it, so why not
pose as, oh, say a Junior or Senior?
He tried it. Here's what he did:
"What," asked a fellow-frosh, "does
thaf U. M. mean over there in front
of that new building on the cam-
DUs?"
"Oh, that-ah-that stands for the
Um society. Mostly profs belong to
'it, a few grads, too.1 They meet twice
a semester and they all sit in a big
circle. Then they read over the list
of university students and when they
come to one ,who's failing they all
say 'Umumumum,' and cross his name
off the list."
And the Frosh is still wondering
why a man standing nearby wearing
a blue toque with a white band
around it nearly choked and had to be
led away.
FRESHMAN SOCIAL COM MIJTTEE
MEMBERS ELECTED MONDAY
Freshman women will be interested
to know .the results of the electio'
for their social committee which too
place on Monday afternoon at Dean
Jordan's party. The following girls
were elected: Frances Ames, Barbara
Baker, Ellen Canfield, Frances Eaton,
Eleanor Fullerton, Catherine Grinley,
Lucy Huber, Lucille Kelly, Laura
Mills, Helen Roberts, Hele'n Sturgis,
and Betty Travis.
Did our team win? Don't ask. ques-
tions, read the Michigan Daily. All
campus, city and world news,-Adv.

says the College Gossip is just
my way of saying to every girl
who isn't devoting her entire
college course to making Phi
Beta Kappa "Listen! I'm going
to reveal some choice bits of gos-
sip in this column every now
and then." It's about some up-
lift work my room-mate and I
are doing. You know everyone
is "de trop". these days without
a Serious Purpose so we thought
we'd be noble and unselfish by
telling you all about the fascin-
ating shops we've discovered in
Detroit. Talk about real finds
for the unusual in feminine
frills and fancies?

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It all began when we went to
Detroit Monday post haste after
more pledge pins. So many
freshmen came walking in Sun-
day that e actually'ran out!
W'ell, of course, we went to
WRIGHT KAY'S there at the
corner of Woodward and Grand
River, because that is where we
have bought our sorority pins
for years. I never realized till
then tho, how many things they
carried besides jewelry. We
saw some of the best looking
leather things, cunning vanity
cases, ivory toilet articles, and
stationery. In fact, I had to
fairly drag Dotty away for I
was salmost afraid we'd be ar-
rested for loitering and anyway
I had to get a hat.
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After looking at the six of a
kind hats in the department
stores we were almnost discour-'
aged. But then we found
DESENDORF'S, 123 Farmer
Street, and it saved the day. It
was such a cozy, little place.
Every single hat was' different
and they were all in such per-
fect taste that it was merely a
matter of selecting the most be-
coming. I finally chose the
cleveres Rawak modelstrimmed
in monkey fur, and perhaps I
didn't feel self satisfied to know
I was wearing a Paris New
York London label in my hat;
and to know, too, that I was the
first one that hpd, ever worp
that particular label because
Mrs. Desendorf told me ,he
didn't allow any hats to go out
on approval or be exchanged,

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Display and Sale
Manufacturer 's Line of Furs'
On Monday and Tuesday, October 13 and 14, there
will be in our second floor Fashion Rooms, a display and
sale of manufacturer's furs, including all the new models of
coats, stoles, scarfs and sets in Hudson seal, Mole, Fox,
Martin, Squirrel, Wolf, as well as other furs.

"'. STUDENT CASES.
Demand the original
for your protection.
Trade mark /LEATHER GOODS
of quality G U A R A N T E E D to
GIVE SATISFACTORY1
SERVICE.
AT ALL STORES WHERE
QUALITY RULES
LIFTON MFG 00 New York

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od Taste Demands theiProper
liove

For Meat of
Quality
Quick Service
Reasonable
Prices
J B Esehelbach
2021E. Huron

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-and the , longer gloves, either in
straight or gauntlet effect are excee4-
ingly smart this year. We have six-
button gloves in brown, beaver, gray,
black, and white. We have the same
glove but with the strap wrist in gray
and brown.

In our assortment are some fine im-
ported kid gloves, with self or con-
mq trasting embroidery, in. black, white,
brown, gray, beaver, and taupe.

Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or snmall.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Ineorporated 1869
Capita) and Surplus. $450.000.00
Resourees .... . . .4,OOO,000.00
Northwest Cor Main & & 'uron
707 nrth Univorgt A vo
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This Year seems to
or does the costume seem to
e complete without one. To be
right" in dress down to the
nest detail is an art, and be-
ide the knowledge of what to
et \requires a knowledge of
'here to go to get it.
Our assortment of purses is
rge, including many styles all
ood. You cannot go amiss
ere. Beside our new display
aturday in bags and purses we
re selling a few salesmen pur-
es for but half price.

be a Year forBags,

FOR RENT - Beautiful large front
room, first floor, furnished for two,
three or four students, $6.00 per
week. Small double room, third
floor, furnished for one or two Au-
dents, $3.00. Two single beds in
double rooms with other students,
$1.50 for one on second floor and
$1.00 for one on third floor. Ten
per cent discount for rent three
months in advance. Steam heat,
electric lights, hot water. 303 E.
Ann St. Phone 1013-W.
FOR RENT-Suite, two front rooms
and sleeping porch in completely
and seeping porch in completely
modern house. 1828 Vinewood Blvd.
Phone 188t-R.
FOR RENT-Victroia and records for
rent, inquire 715 Oailiand,
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Handsomely embroidered
navy-tricotine dress, size 38, and pair
patent kid boots"'with satin tops,
size 6AA.. Never been worn. En-
quire White Elephant Shop, Nickels
Arcade.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Small fountain pen without
cap, Call 18Q4-W.

/WANTED
WANTED-By two students, experienc-
ed in wiring, installing fixtures,
electrical apparatus and telephones,
work in the above line. Box C;,
Daily.
WANTED-Colored woman for sec-
ond cook in fraternity. Room,
board and wages. More profitable
than day work. Call 343 and aslr
for steward.
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WANTED-Mending and darning neat-
ly done $.35 per hour.. Call morn-
ings or evenings, 624 S. Division St.
WANTED -- Experienced automobile
salesman to work on commission
during spare hours.' Phone 686.
MISCELLANEOUS
INEXPENSIVE room-With bath, in
private family where student girl
may earn part of room rent by light
housework. Call the office of Dean
of Women.?
NOTICE-Typewriting done at twelve
cnts per page. Themes and theses

It was tlme for lunch when
"we came out of Mrs. I~esendorf's
any my! we were delighted to
see THE BLUEBIRD tea ehop
just across th'e street beconing
to us with it's inviting' appear-
ance. Have you ever "been hot
and tired with your head in a
daze from the city noise, and
hen suddenly found yourself in
a soothing restful place with
vefything in harmony? Such
a place is The Bluebird with it's
tables, chairs, and decorations
in tones of soft blue, it's snowy
white Iien, and it's trimly uni-
formed colored waitresses. And
the chicken salad! We had,
positively, the most luscious
'that was ever concocted. The
Bluebird went on our regular
calling list right on the spot.
"Well, noiV
for my blouse
and then bac
to Ann Arbor,"
said Dotty
when we finished
lunch. "Let's find
another one of these
fascinating l i t t l e
shops." A few min-
utes later we found
ourselves in the
PENNINGTON BLOUSE SHOT
at 25 John R Street, a cheery
little home for "Blouses that are
different." "That's the trouble,"
groaned Dotty, "they're so dif-
ferent that if I get this perfectly
adorable bisque blouse, I just
know all'the sisters will be bor-
rowing it." "No such thing," I
said, "when you tell them where
you got it they will rush in Sat-
urday and get just as clever
ones for their very own,
Well, "tempus ugit" so good-
bye till tomorrow.
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