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iT ME AT THE FOUNTAIN"
e, sandwiches, pies, light
i of all kinds. Right prices.
sundaes, Coca Cola, all soft
Kept right. It's a E. & B.
oss-the best fountain at Hus-
os.-Adv.u

ARMORY DANCING SCHOOL. Prof.
Mittenthal's class from 7 to 8:30. You
are guaranteed to know how to dance
the one step, fox trot, and waltz in
one term. Rates reasonsable. Enroll
Friday if possible.-Adv.
Read The Daily for Campus News.

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SPECIAL BULLETIN
JACK MEDER
REPRESENTING
O'CONNOR & GOLDBERG
OF CHICAGO.
HERE THIS WEEK
DISPLAYING
0-0 SHOES FOR MEN
Your Inspection Requested
O'CONNOR & GOLDBERG =
Seven O-G Shoe Stores in Chicago
and
BY MAIL TO THE NATION
ARTHUR F. MARQUARDT_
THE CAMPUS TAILOR
608 East Liberty Street
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Walk-Overs, of Course
Price 14, 15,16 Dollars
Cordovaxx or Rugsaianm Calf
NOTE THE PRICE AGAIN
Walk-Over Boot Shop

115 South Main Street

Womn
The first meeting of the Girls' Edu-
cational club will be held at 8 o'clock
Wednesday evening at Martha Cook
building. A special program is being
prepared.
A third tryout for Masques, the
women's dramatic society, will be
held at 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon
in Barbour gymnasium, to accommod-
ate those who have not yet had the
opporttnity to appear before the
judges.
Girls who wish to see about advisory
work may meet with the chairman of
the committee from 10 to 11 o'clock on
Tuesdays and from 1 to 2 o'clock on
Thursdays in Dean Myra B. Jordan's
office.
The first regular monthly meeting of
the year of the Sarah Caswell Angel
chapter of the D. A. R., will be held
at 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon, Oct.
21, at the Chi Omega house. Reports
of the delegates from the recent state
conference held in Grand Rapids will
be the program for the afternoon.
All girls who have not presented
their locker tickets to Mrs. Black-
burn should do so by Wednesday
noon, Oct. 20. This is the last chance
to secure a locker.
Gymnasium clothes should be pre-
sented, marked with full names, to
Mrs. Blackburn by Wednesday, Oct.
2.
Girls who left any of their gymnas-
ium clothes at Palmer field or Bar-
bour gymnasium last year can get
them from Mrs. Blackburn from 2 to 5
o'clock Wednesday, Oct. 20, or from
9 to 12 o'clo* Thursday, Oct. 21.
Final tryouts for the University
Girls' Glee club will be held from 4
to 5:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon
in room 204, School of Music building.
Junior advisers who have not yet
paid their dues amounting to $1 are
requested to do so at once at Dean
Jordan's office in- Barbour gymnas-
ium.
Junior advisers who have any out-
standing bills against the committee
are requested to send them to Mary-
land Hartlof, '22, at Martha Cook
building.
There will be a meeting of the pub-
licity committee for the new Newber-
ry tea room at 3 o'clock Wednesday
afternoon, at Newberry hall.
Because of the opening meeting of
the Womens' league another meeting
of upperclassmen who have signed up
for hockey will be held at 4:30 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon in Brbour gym-
nasium.
All girls who did not come to their
first gymnasium classes must report
to Miss Wood at 5 o'clock this after-
noon without fail.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
PLANS CONCERT
Under the direction of Miss Nora
Crane Hunt, the University Girls' Glee
club has organized with the following
officers for the year:
Barnice Nickels, '21, president; Es-
ther Hollands, '21, vice-president;
Dixie England, '21, secretary; Evelyn

Rockwell, '21, treasurer; Harriet Gus-
tin, '22, librarian; Irene Rosenberg,
'21, accompanist.
Arrangements are being made to
give concerts in Ann Arbor and other
neighboring cities. The University
Girls' Mandolin club has been asked
to combine with the Glee club.
DEAN JORDAN TO GIVE TEA
FOR ALL SOPHOMORE WOMEN
Dean Myra B. Jordan will entertain
all sophomore women with a reception
and tea at 4 o'clock Thursday after-
noon, in the parlors of Barbour gym-
nasium. At this time plans will be dis-
cussed for the Freshman spread, giv-
en annually by the members of the
sophomore class to the freshman wo-
men.
Mrs. Marion L. Burton, Mrs. John
R. Effinger, Dr. Eloise Walker, Miss
Marion Wood and Miss Marion Dawley
will receive with Dean Jordan.
Girls' Attention. Rain Water Sham-
poos, Marcelled Waving, Face and
Scalp Treatment at Mrs. J. R. Tro-
janowski's, 1108 So. University.
Phone 696-W.-Adv.
The Kempf Music Studios -Piano,
Organ, and Voice Instruttion. Es-
tablished 1880. 312 S. Division St.
Phone 212-J.-Adv.

GET DOUBLE
PROTECTION

Schianierer &Seytried
JEWELERS
OF
QUALITY AND
SERVICE
Watches, Clocks, Diamonds,
Cut Glass and Silverware
IA~Q WEL.ERS
5 VEMs ANA
113 E. Liberty Street
Ann Arbor Michigan

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the insurance on your garments against fire and theft-
plus the assurance of "Master Cleaning Service"
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WANTED

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tANTED-Eight advanced Engineer-
ing Students. $15 per week. Spare
time. Call Monday and WednesdayI
evenings only. 1200 Packard St.
TANTEMD-Room-mate by Sophomore
Engineer. Good location. One
block from campus and Union. 7151
Monroe St.
VANTED-One suite of rooms near'
campus, preferably in private fam-
ily. Box II.
TANTED- Room-mate. Well furn-
ished room, vapor heat. $3.50, 415
N. Division. .320-J.
TANTED-Room from Thursday to
Monday with woman student. Call'
2487-M.
TANTED-A card writer, one who
has had experience in writing cards
for department store. Mack & Co.
TANTED-'-Two roomers at 606 Oak-
land Ave., $4.00 each. Phone 1496.
VANTED-Roommate. $4.00. Block
and a half from campus. Address
Box I, Michigan Daily.
FOR RENT
OR RENT-For light housekeeping.
Front suite of two rooms; also
large front room and side room-]
close to campus. 2496-J, 1207 Wil-
lard St.
OR RENT - Six room, furnished.
house for schdol year. Address X
Y, care Michigan Daily.
'OR RENT-One pleasant, well furn-1
ished double room, vapor heat. $3.60
each. 415 N. Division, Phone 320-J.
MISCELLANEOUS
ALL 1192-W. Deliveries to all parts
of the city. Quick service. Mailing
parcels a specialty.sR. Kellogg, 617
Forest Ave.
ALL CARL BIRD, His wagon. Par-
cels delivered to all parts of the
city. Phone 1627-W.
TUDENTS have your snap shots tint-
ed; 15 for 25 cents. 925 S. State St.
FOR SALE
OR SALE-Ford speedster. Bargain
if taken at once. Call 1244-3 be-
tween 8 -a. m. and 6 p. m.

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Wed. on either tennis court 11
or 12, brown slip-on sweater. Name
on inside. Finder please commun-
icate with J. B. Neely, 921 Ann St.
E. Phone 354-J.
LOST-Sigma Xi fraternity key.
Name of G. M. Ehlers on back. Ad-
dress 1109 Prospect St. Phone
1405-J. Reward.
LOST- Brown leather pocketbook-
full name inside. Please call 390.
Reward.
LOST-A Delta Delta Delta sorority
pin. Name on back. Return to 433
Maynard St. Reward.
LOST-The first week in Oct., on Mon-
roe, E. Univ., Willard, or Church
Sts., blue silk dress. Phone 1492-W.
LOST-Gold cuff link Sunday night on
Ingalls St., near campus. Finder
please call 2363-M after 5:30 P. M.
LOST-Bottom part of Schaffer fuon-
tain pen either in Library or be-
tween there and Lawrence St. Call
2 487-J.
LOST- A silver Ever-Sharp pencil
with initial "D" at end; somewhere
on campus. Reward. Finder call
1211-W.
LOST-Jeweled Theta Chi pin. Name
on back. Reward. 1351 Washten-
aw. Phone 2738.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Typewriters for sale: 2
Royals, 1 L. C. Smith, 1 Remington,
Late models, all in first class condi-
tion. G. E. Washington, 8-9 Sav-
ings Bank Building, Phone 866.
FOR SALE-New Fox portable type-
writer, $50. Also one used portable
Blickendorfer, $10. Phone Marston,
1951-R, 655 Packard.
FOR SALE-Small Victor Phonograph
in good condition. Call Clark, 408
Thompson St. Phone 1741-W.

0 A. D. & U., 1920

Men will look better

this season

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This season's style is quite dif-
ferent; and many college men
will be glad, because it is more
comfortable and easy-looking,
than the soldier-like models of
past seasons.
The new coats have a free
swing from the shoulders -
the waist line is lower and not
shaped in-the vent is shorter
and behaves better.
And remember there is art

in the cut of a full coat. It
must hang right when you sit
or stand-when it's buttoned
or unbuttoned -when your!
arms are up or down.
Art in design is what has
made the Style re : utation of
Society Brand Clothes. And
all-wool fabrics along with
fine hand-tailoring hold these
clothes to the lines of the
design.

WITH THE VARIED GRADES OF CLOTHING FLOODING THE MARKET, LOOK
FOR THE LABEL AS YOUR'GUIDE
ALFRED DECKER & COHN, Maker SOCISTY BRAND CLOTHES, Limited, for Canada

CkUCAGO

NEW YORK

MONTREAL

YLE HEADQUARTERS
)-where Soitt'j Mra i 1tIIh arc soldt
4i F muetAhC
322-324 Louth MirStreet

FOR SALE-Cheap, Indian Motorcy-
cle, electric equipped. Call 240 Crest
Ave., after 4 p. m.
FOR SALF- Buick Roadster-first
class condition. $350.00 down-
Terms. Call Riker, 397.

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