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October 11, 1919 - Image 4

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in Ann Arbor

may beobtained at
T. Next door to Kresge's
LITY in everything pertaining to modern
ng. We specialize in Rexal Products and
re of your patronage:

The Chatter ox
f y this time we Oae a11 classified-
tha~n goodness, Regtstrar lall has
us 411 registered anI jIdexed, the
professors begin to look in our direc-
tion when they call the roll, and the
uprperclasswomen have developed their
annual "pet peeves." The majority
of us are dropping back into the old
routine and forgetting--oh, a nurmber
of things.
We are forgetting the time when
the University seemed a great'crush-
ing monster that was pitted against us
-that w once became so lonesome
that we took all our cash (spare and
otherwise) and blew it in on the mov-
ies and ice cream-the time we thought
some professor "had it in for us," or

that the lessons he gave were mere
n.ental gymnastics.
Yes,wef are 'Mrgeting that often a
ernile, a kind word, or a few moments
talk with an upperolawomaln work-
ed wonders with ou spir t , our be-
.iefs, and our loyalty, in q word we
are forgetting our-Freshmen
Plan 3remorial for Ann Arbor Men
The memorial committee of the
Ann Arbor Chamber of Commerce in
co-operation with other organizations
and the city itself, is working out a
plan for a suitable civic memorial to
the men of the city who gave their
lives in the great war.
Mildred Mighell, '18, formerly of the
Michigan Daily is visiting at the Al-
pha Phi house.

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- NEW!

h - - -
t thing in wraps for fall and winter. Smart, up-to-the-minute coats,
:ive and yet the best utility garments we klnow of. Most of them are
-a few with chamois. All have beltsabut may be worn equally well
have plain tailored collars while the more expensive have racoon

Fall and Winter



and green Suede or Mocha Leather at $55.00 to $85.00.
Black Leather Coats, three-quarter length, satin lined and


(Second Floor)


of Course

Rainy Days Ahead
Don't wait until the rain forces you to buy
an umbrella. We have a wonderfully fine as-

The Wm. Goodyear & Co.
Falle and Winter Fashions fo(
Women and Misses will >e
shown at the Majestic Theater
on Wednessday and Thursday
evenings and Wednesday after-
noon, October fifteenth and
sixteenth. This Fashion Show
will include Women's and
Misses' Coats and Suits, Dres-
/ses and Evening Gowns, Mil-
linery and Dress Accessories.
At the Wednesday matinee for
women only will be shown the
new Lingerie and Evening

0111nC I
Preliminary try-out for women for
the Central league dgbates will pe
through the Athena Literary society,
at a meeti g to be held at 7:45 o'clock,
Jct. 21, in the Webster room in the
Law building.t
Women who are not _members of
Lhis organization may have the priv-
ilege of trying-out at this time by pay-
ing a small fee. Call Betty Gratton,
telephone 627, for particulars.
Freshman classes in gymnasium
work. begn next Monday or Tuesday,
according to the hour assigne .Girls
who do not know at what hour when
their classes come should call at the
office in Barbour gymnasium. Classes
will be held whether or not the un-
iforms have arrived. -
Wyvern, the junior girls literary
society, will hold its first meeting at
7:45 o'clock, Oct. 11, at- Lane hall.
at the Pi Beta Phi house. At that
time, the list of eligible junior girls
will be gone over, and six or seven
new members will be chosen.
Miss Nora Crane Hunt, 'director of
the University Girls' Glee club, will
hold try-outs from 10 to 12 o'clock this
morning in tfer studio in the Univer-'
sity School of Music. All voices are
needed. Freshmen are not eligible
for this Glee club.
Tryouts for the Frishman Girls'
Glee club wil be held from 4 to 6
o'clock Monday afternoon in the studio
of the director, Miss Nora Crane Hunt,
in the University School of Music.
Girls interested are urged to come.
Sophomores who have not register-
ed for their medical examinations
should do so at once. They should
also sign for their outdoor sport.
Signs are to be found in Barbour gym-
Sophomore classes will begin next
Thursday or Friday. Schedules should
be handed in at the office at once.
Medical examinations will be given
Monday or Tuesday.
The Cosmopolitan club invites all
foreign women to a social meeting at
7:30 o'clock Oct. 11, at Lane hall.
New students are urged to .attend.
Miss Barbara Watson, a member of
Alpha chapter pf Gamma Phi Beta,
Syracgse, Y, is visiting the chapter
Mortarboard will meet at 9:30
o'clock this morning in the Women's
league room in Barbour gymnasium.
Dorothea Comfort will entertain
Stylus at 7:30 O'clock, Tuesday eve-
ning in Martha cook building.
Amy Renkis, '20, has returned to
Ann Arbor to resume her studies aft-
er a protracted illness.

you realize that iDoty tyand
discover many more of these
perfectly yummy shops in De-
troit that we'l lhave to call on
"Hermione and her Little Group
of Serious Thinkers" to helpn'us
'k;e've found a brand new one
now that will be a regular
treasure trove for you girls who
have ambitions for your rooms
besides cots that are always
collapsing and college pennants.
out on our uplift work?
"It's the Bleazby Shop of
Gifts at 9 E. Adams. It might
well\, be called the Shop with, a
Personality, because it just
seems as tho everything in it is
intended for some particular
person you know. There's the
pale green tea set that fairly
--the cunning boudoir -lamp that
shouts 'Reserved for your sister'
announces it is to be a wedding
present for your last year's
room-mate-and so on. It was
an oddly' shaped wooden waste
gasket, fantastically painted,
that we thought was made pur-
posely for our room. We got a
cunning rose cooky box too, apd
say I know where I'm going
to get the kiddies Christmas
presents. You should see the
clever wooden toys and things!

conplete wardrobe. There
heavy wool, and, of course,
slip-on and coat models in
oat styles with youthful col-
[ts. Some have bell sleeves
The wool sweaters in slip-
sleeveless and with sleeves.
or and style, all modernately

sortment at the present tune.

The covers are

of colored silk-guaranteed fast colors no mat-
ter how hard it rains. In navy, green, purple,
brown and taupe. Ivory trimmed handles.
Priced at $6.20 to $12.75.
(First Floor)'

(Second Floor)

"Perhaps I haven't tol
I'm Scotch. Well, I am, so
know what made me - pai
front of Dora Ludwig's
Shop a couple of doors i
23 E. Adams. Would yo
lieve it, there were some
best looking pink satint
line corsets in the windo
$3.50! Mayb#- I didn't
pair P. D. Q. Miss Ludwi
they'd still be on sale
week or so, so here's a w
the wise. You should se1
silk teddies and bloomer
in that bower of under4a
-you'll just love evely
and frill on them.

10 yo
,se in~
nan at



HiZss. AtYanhattan, Coats and Suits

"Youthful New York Styles"


ashable. Chamoisette
in white,, slate and
.... .$1.75 to $2.25
es in all sizes and col-
Iren's .........85c
Misses'...... $1.25
'arm Woolen Mittens
:ys and girls up t,6
ery easy to slip on,
>od quality wool, very
ay, brown, red, navy
lack. Priced at 50c

New, becoming, well-made, and exceptionally youthful are the garments in which
you find the Miss Manhattan label.n
Their materials are excellent; the workmanship is of the sort associated with the finest custom
tailoring and the styles are chosen from those most favored by Fifth Avenue.
(Second Floor)


New Veils at $1 to $3

The chic, flattering Veil holds a never-fail-
ing charm for the smartly costumed woman of
today-be it the Veil that hangs with utter non-
chalance, or one that affects a tailored air by its
precision. To suit the different tastes many.
original kinds of Veils are shown.-

Radior Toilet Articles
at One-fourth Less
At present we are selling the high grade
Radior Toilet Preparations at one-fourth less
than regularly priced. The lot includes Face
Powder, Talcum Powder, Cream, and Tonic.

Iota Sigma Pi will meet at
o'clock this -afternoon, room
Chemistry building.



(First Floor)

(First Floor)

ar Lends Charm

The fresh collar, the dainty "gilet" as the French-'
ee, or the collar and cuff sets, each means the im-
>r frock.
section is showing the newest styles in Swiss Em-
trimmed Vestees, large shawl collars of lace, and

Woolen Hosiery
Too much cannot be said about this hosiery. The wear, the ap-
pearance, in fact all that goes to make hosiery desirable is knitted into
every pair.
Women's Woolen Stockings in- blue, green and brown Heather,
flat or ribbed, per pair, $2.50 and $3.00.
Women's White Woolen Stockings, per pair, $2.00.
Specials in Lace Hosiery
$1.75 values in taupe, brown and black stockings, $1.49.
(arooIJ j'uaj)

Eight New Homeop Nurses Enrolled
Eight new nurses compose the be-
ginning class in training at the Hom-
oeopathic hospital this fall. This
brings the number on the staff to
40. Quite like every other institution
in Ann Arbor, the hbsPital is filled to
capacity. All the wards are erowded.
Chimes Subscriptlon List Grows
Mlichig4n Chimes subscription cam-
paign among the women is progress-
ing wel. The returns will be com-
pleted this week and , report made
out then,
Those desiring .toattend the class
for beginners in ball roomr dancing,
to be held In the Michigan UJnion
Dance Hall hbculd register in the olct
Union Building, Weduesda3', Oct. 8.,
at 7 P. M. The classes are e cisvely
for college men and women. For par-
ticulars call 1066J.5
Branch Nickels Arcade

"You know, Fe'd tramp
much in our enthusiast
'shop hunting' that I'd ac
worn a hole- right hug
"'This will never do,' I
'Come on down on Woo(
and'I'll get another pair.'
we didn't ~t any further
the David Whitney buildin
cause what girl wouldn't
at an interesting name lik
Booterye ?" It was a
shop up on the second fio
I got the best looking pa
Cordovan oxfords a nd
heather sports hose.
pounced with'a squeal of 04
on some blue Sain mules
low heels. 'Just What I've
looking for for a month
,ouldn't find,' she said.
"It was about five o'
then, so I suggested going
to the Statler and callin
Aunt Edna. She wasn't I
we had an hour to kill b
train time. 'See that ele
sign up there about Beel
Quality Furs ' Dotty said.
go over and look around.'
I told her I could afford to
but 'that was about all.
found the shop at 28 Bt
Ave., and you know, whey
left I wasn't so sure that
of that quality were such a'
travagance after all! -Mr. ]
man explained that every
and fur piece in his stock
made from only the very f
and most select pelts bec
he said, that most people
furs for a life time and
want them to look well
long too. I'll bet even dad
ter talking with Mr. Rak

(First Floor)



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