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es in the weather are to be expected.
The Health service also offers a
word of warning that students learn
to recognize the poison ivy plant so
as to avoid it in walks or hikes on
the boulevard.
'Snowfall Reveals
e T opSecrets
e Exclamations of joy burst forth from
n the lips of many J-Hop girls at the re-

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Rea te Dil aderiseens. he Grunewald Origiinal Creole Pral'ines1 Campus news, ea
will lead you to the best of Ann Ar- of New Orleans. Tices' Drug Store, of the outside wo
bor's stores.-Adv. 117 So. Main.-Adv. found in the Mieb

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cent snowfall.,

The original velvetI

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the audi-
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dresses may now be worn. The heavy'

The Ann Arbor Telephone company
will pay University women $9 a week
for 35 hours of service. Women who
are interested in thisnoffer should see
Dean Myra B.' Jordan:
There will be no meeting today of
the Y. W. C. A. cabinet.
There will be a rehearsal of Act III
of "The New Lady Bantock" at 4
o'clock today in Barbour gymnasium.
All women who have not yet taken
their apparatus examination must do
so at their regular class hour on
Thursday or ,Friday.
Spring sports for women will begin
Tuesday, April 20, and all women
must be present at their regular hour
on that day.
NURSES REPORT TO
RED CROSS BOARD

SENIORS!

Phone Orders
Promptly Filled

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Mail Orders
Promptly Filled
Established 1857

furry party capes need not
replaced by light airy ones.
a February hop may be held
it even' though it be three'

now be
In fact
in spir-
months

LET US FURNISH YOU WITH CAPS\ AND GOWNS.

which are now meeting in
orium will be accommodated
. The larger classes, such
story courses and the fresh-
mbly, will meet in Hill audi.:l
hile the smaller sections will
obability be re-assigned, ac-
> Prof. J. F. Shepard, who is
of the assignment of rooms.
>n the remodeling will be
I before the opening oif
the fall, stated the buildings
rds department.
IS WARWED AGAINST
EASES DURING VACATION
s who are going home dur-
pring vacation arq advised to
r possibility 'of conming into
vith people having commu-
seases, according to a state-
ed by the Health service.
of caution is also given to
f tennis not to put on light-
ig too soon, as this is the

late.
The problem of clothes has been a
vital one to solve by many a J-Hop
girl. The late snow flurries, how-
ever, have solved the difficulty.
Summer Work Offered to Students
Dean John R. Effinger reecived a
communication from the Kellogg
Toasted Corn Flakes company, of Bat-
tle Creek, asking- for names of men
and women students who would be
interested in working in this factory
during the summer. Further infor-
mation on the subject may be obtain-
ed from the Y. M. C. A.
Athena Elects Hoover by Large Margin
Herbert Hoover won a large ma-
jority of the votes at the mock Re-
publican nominating convention held
by Athena 'Literary society Tuesday'
night. He was nominated by Ida Grat-
ton, '20.

.We can provide any quantity necessary,
for the Senior Swing-Out and Commence-
ment.
We are now taking measures for all de-
partments, for garments, either for rent or
for sale.
Call at once and leave your order with

Reports from the

public health1

XL Camping in the REAL Woods
unting, Fishing and Canoe Trips
vith Indian Guides in the Won-'
derful Timagami Country

nursing and civilian relief divisions
of -the American Red Cross were read'
at a meeting of the board of directors
of the Washtenaw county chapter
held Tuesday afternoon at the Ann
Arbor headquarters. Board mem-
bers from all over the county were
in attendance and plans for future'
work were discussed.
The .public health nursing branch
reported an educational campaign' car-
ried on through the public schools,
the establishment of "baby- clinics"
and general nursing in cases of ill-
ness throughout the county. All work
is, of course, given free.
The work of the civilian relief divi-
sion is principally with soldiers who
are being sent to the University by
the government and includes other in-
bidental matters in connection with
ex-service men.
Clean Up Campaign Being Waged
A clean up and paint up campaign
is being carried on this week in Ann
Arbor under the supervision of John.
Wessinger, health officer. The aim
of the campaign is not only to beau-
tify homes and grounds, but to there-
by minimize fires and sickness.
City Council to Meet Tonight
City council will meet at 7:30
o'clock Thursday night in the council
chamber.
Fresh shipments of Gilberts Choco-
lates, Cushing's.-Adv.
Patronize our Advertisers.--Adv.

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No deposit required until
cap.

you get the

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FOR THE J-HOP
-we have engaged special marcellers throughout the week.
Miss Mary Minniss, expert chiropodist, is also engaged Friday
by our department. Make your appointments early.
Soft water shampooing, marcelling, manicuring, facial mas-
sage, scalp treatments, skin bleaching, etc.

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CALL 652-M AFTER 7:30 P. M.

LAN DERS

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(THIRD FLOOR)

LOWERS

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213 E. Liberty
715 N Univ.

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Quamr4s and
The Delta

SET OF FIVE
PICTURES

E-Fraternity House, Oak-
s. Easy terms. Call Albert
d, 2191 or 137 to make ap-
It.
3-L. C. Smith, Underwood,
>n, Royal, -Oliver, Ham-
pewriters. O. D. Morrill, 17
Arcade.
- A Rogers Tenor Banjo,
dition, $20. Call Haight,
afternoon or after seven
-Four tickets, seventh row,
rday matinee, Union opera.
der, 1460.
E- Gibson Mandolin with
ase. Practically new. Call

LOST
LOST-Somewhere between S. Univerz,
sity and Main St., a brooch with
moonstone set. A reward if finder'
will return to 708 Church St., or
phone 1145-J.
LOST-A leather note book represent-
ing all semester's work. Liberal
reward to the one who returns it
to D. J. Gilchrist, 338 S. 4th Ave.
Phone 1861-W.
LOST - No. 1 Jr. Eastman Kodak.
$5.00 reward and no questions ask-
ed if same is left at Lyndon's on
N. University.
LOST-Notehbook containing French
notes, with stiff mottled" cover.
Finder please phone 954-J.
LOST - Small white purse Sunday
evening. Finder please call 2668-W.
LOST-Sigma Delta Chi pin. Please
return to Box A. A., Daily.
WANTED-Small furnished house or
apartment for one year, from July
1920, to June 1921, by married
couple. Box S. S., Daily.;
WANTED-Students to make money
Spring vacation. -'Preston at Lane
Hall will tell you the High Gloss
propostion.

$5.00

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ENJOY
the
J-HOP
for
YEARS

Portraits
quality
by
PHOTOGRAPHY

WITH

a
COMPLETE
SET OF
Photographs

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wo May Festival cou-
a. Call 1780-R.
B RLENT
Large alcove room.
Three blocks from

619 I
E. LIBERTY

PHONE
604, W.

ingle front room,
occupancy April

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- WANTED-A student wants room-
'mate at 425 S. Division St. Call
1565-J.
Ad - __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
gan WANTED-One girl to help.with light
housework daily. Call 1034-R.

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