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MICHIGAN DAILY

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that all
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houses will be entertained from 3:30
to 5:30 o'clock this afternoon at Betsy
Barbour house. This is the last tea
dance of the series which is being
given under the auspices of Senior
society and a committee of girls from
the different houses.
Try Daily adveruting and watchi
your business grow.--Adv.

pus news:.Read The Daily for Campus News,
Lion of Trimmed and Banded I

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Girls residing in dormitories who
will be in Ann Arbdr for spring vaca-
tion, may get lists of vacant. rooms
from the office of the dean of women.
Any, University women who wish
employment during spring vacation
should sign at the office of the dean1
of women.
Girls who have tried out for the in-
door gymnasium meet should find out
before 4 o'clock today at Barbour gym-
nasium whether they have qualified:
for the meet.
Dormitories, sororities, and league
houses who wish to enter the baseball
tournam ent "should sign up in the.
main corridor of Barbour gymnasium
immediately. The name of the man-
ager or captain should be signed.
Pledges for the Doctor Sargentl
campaigno are due and are pay-
able at 1ewberry hall.
Social service workers are needed
at the University hospital. Anyone
wishing to do this work may sign up
between 2 and 5 o'clock any afternoon
at Newberry hall.
The annual indoor gymnasium meet
will be held at 4 o'clock Wednesday

afternoon at Barbour gymnasium.
Spectators ape invited to attend.
An, important meeting of freshman
lits will be held at 4 o'clock this aft-
ernoon in University Hall,
PLANS MADE FOR
OLD CLOTHES DRIVE
A placarded box has been placed in
Barbour gymnasium to receive cloth-
ing donations for the Crossnore
school in the mountains of Kentucky.
Stewardardesses of the various dor-
mitories and sorority houses are asked
Sto arrangefor the location of similar
boxes in convenient places in the
campus houses. The girls of O'Hara
douse, under the direction of Harriet
Gustin, '22, and Louise Graham, '23,
have charge of the collecting of the
garments and shipping of the box.
The officials and pupils of Qrossnore
school are engaged in a campaign for
raising funds, for tfhe erection of 'a
domestic science building, and- will
use the contributed articles toward
this end. Modern inethods of manu-
facture are explained and demonstrat-
ed to the students as the various gar-
ments, shoes, gloves and hats are tak-
en to pieces. Renovation, cleaning and
pressing are taught during the process
of making them ofer. Bazaars are
held frequently, and the remade arti-
cles are. sold to the-mountain people,
who stand ready to buy many more
of them than the school has as yet
been able to supply.

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for Traveling
and Sports Wear
EMMA B. FOGERT Y
Specialty H tShop

rinmed shapes. veils
ancy veiling flowers,
:s and feathers, all at
prices.

I Tailored Hats

EAST LIBERTY

STREET

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Need a SmartI

ATr ipTPo PitsbhU-rg h
The success of the college men now
associated with The Edward A. Woods
Comp any in sellin' Life Insurance
leads it to make the following propo-
sition:
It will pay half of the expenses of a visit to Pitts-
burgh for any man or womnan in this. college who is
sincere about adopting Life Insurance as a career.
Write us statyig clearly your qualifi-
catioris asking for details relative to a
personal interview in Pittsburgh.

)ol Skit!

'll probably want it of plaid1-
1. Particularly swagger models
t in from Eastern designers of
-port-clothes.
harming Frocks for Spring
)me from Peggy Paige and Bet-
s - both of whom are famous
youthful grace of their dresses.
'de chine" and taffeta, simply
and with touches of vivid color

Students' Lamps
and Fixtures--

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THE EDWARD A. WOODS
GENERAL AGENTS

CO.

~Washtenaw
Shop

Electric

The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States

Telephone 273

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PITTSBURGH PA.

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ry or flower -or perhaps
fine embroidered organdie
gi- scores and scores to

Man alive-

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ings of Really Exceptional
Quality
nt a supply of these - and
ize-ranges quite complete

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Main and Liberty Streets
Ann Arbor

listen:a
. Y OU'VE got all four corners .bolted down
when you let Camels blaze you a new
trail of cigarette enjoyment!-
And, my, my, how Camels refreshing flavor and re-
markable mellow, mildness will do that little thing to
your supreme satisfaction!-

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COLUMN
CLOSES.
41AT3 'P.MO.

ADVERTISING

-Five Crew Managers and
n, for work, spring vacation,
2.50 article, everyone likes
nterested in. Two minute
Work in, Jackson, Ann Ar-
Ypsilanti. Apply before
night. Mr. Davis, 408 Na-
nk Bldg., Phone 2169. 131-2
- Students, let us reline
its durin vacation. Neat
d reasonable prices. Stu-
essing Shop, Corner N. Un-
,nd Thayer. 131-3
- Students to take orders
made rain coats. A splen-
'tunity for anyone really in
The Wisteria Shop, 330
St. 131
- Two students to work
spring vacation. A good
on for real workers. Call
. Stoff let's News.Stand.
ash. 130-3
-To rent a canoe for spring
or until June. Box E. R.,
hone 871-M. 13
FOR RENT
[ - Very pleasant suite.
three sides and a porch.
ks from campus, 815 East

LOST AND FOUND
FOUND--The most wonderful summn
furs and chokers being sold at sur-
prisilly low prices at Zwerdling's,
Ladies' Tailor and Furrier. 217 E.
Liberty St. 130-4
LOST-On Monroe or E. University, a
mesh bag containing money and re-
ceipt from the Michiganensian. Call
J. Y. Clark, 2532-J. 131-2
LOST--Between N. Ingalls and 12th
Sts., a Phi Sigma Kappa pin with
name Gridley on back. Finder please
cali 909. Reward. 130-3
LOST--Sigma Delta Chi pin, Friday
night, marked T. A. Please call
Thomas Adams. 367. 131-2
FOR SALE
FOR SALE--$25.00 Victrola with fif-
teen records. Suitable for canoe.
Perfect condition. Price $18. Call
902-R, 131
FOR SALE-8 inch electric fan, prac-
tically new. Bargain. Call 882-M
after 7 o'clock. 131-2

Camels quality and Camels expert blend of choice Turkish
and choice Domestic tobaccos are so unusual, so appetizing
you'll marvel that such delight could be gotten out of a ciga-
rette! You'll prefer Camels blend to either kind of tobacco
smoked straight!
And, you're not likely to overlook the fact that Camels never
will tire your taste!

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R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO
COMPANY
Winston-Salem, N. C.

Camels are sold every-
where is scientifically
sealed packages of 20
cigarettes for 20 cents.

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FOR SALE -Ford Speedster.
condtetion. Call 8397-R.

Good
131-3

FOR SALE-Airedale dog, half price.
Call Saline.'197-R 22. 128-6
FQR RENT

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