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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

Women FR ESHMENTOMEN
WomenFEWTER THIS YEAR
All junior advisers are requested to
consult the lists posted in Barbour Comparison of the enrollments of
gymnasium in order to le:gn the women students in the University for
names of their freshmen. this year and last shows an increase
in the number of new upperclassmen
and a smaller number of freshmen.
All first year women are required
to attend, a meeting at 4 o'cock Wed-;Last year 486 freshmen girlshad reg-
nesday, October 6, in Sarah Caswell istered compared with a total of 410
Angell hall, to meet Dean Myra B. on the same date this year. The in-
Jordan. crease in the number of entering up-
perclassmen, according to Dean Myra
LB. Jordan, is probably due to the pop-
LEAGUE SUPPORTED ularity of junior colleges.
IN SUMMER SCHOOL I Registration was heaviest on the
first day. Those coming later had
W n'A 1naea ue work under the been provided with rooms before they

leadership of Mary Griswold, '21, met
with, a greater response from the
summer school students than ever
before, as testified by the membershipI
which included practically all the
University women here this summer.
Entertainments, chiefly taking the
form of teas and picnics, were given
throughout the summer for the mem-
bers, many of whom were here last
summer. Dr. Ida Kahn, '96, was en-'
tertained and addressed the league
members informally at a tea given
in her honor.
Shop tools and Lab. supplies at
Wahr's University Book Stores.-Adv.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.

came. Mrs. Jordan states that room-
ing accommodations? this year are
adequate, and prices reasonable.
What is a college student without
his pipe? Get yours early and get
the best-a B. B. B. Full assortment
to select from at HUSTON BROTH-
ERS. "We try to treat you right."-
Adv.
Combine our stenographic course
with your college course. That com-
bination is hard to beat. Classes be-
gin Monday, October 11. School of
Shorthand, 711 N. University.-Adv.
Moore's and Conklin's Fountain
Pens. All sizes at Cushing's-Adv.

BETSY BARBOUR HOUSE
ACCOMMODATES EIGHTY
3MISS ELEANOR SHELDON TO ACT
AS IEW SOCIAL 1)I-
RICTOR
Although Betsy Barbour House is
not yet entirely finished, 80 girls,
both freshmen and upperclass stu-
dents, have moved in. It is hoped
that it will be possible to serve meals
there the first of next week. The liv-
ing room will be completed in 10 days'
time.
Through Mrs. J. R. Effinger and
Mrs. Julius Schlotterbeck in co-opera-
tion with Dean Jordan and Miss El-
eanor Sheldon, director of Betsy Bar-
bour House, the interior decorating
work and equipping of the kitchens
have been planned. The living room
when completed will be effective in
soft shades of putty and blue.
As is well known, the building and
furniture are a gift from Mr. Levi L.
Barbour and the dormitory is named
for his mother. The small parlor is
to be furnished with his mother's
handsome mahogany furniture. In
addition to the mahogany, Mr. Barbour
has presented a number of oriental
vases and later on some paintings will
arrive. There are pictures as well as
gifts from Mr. Barbour, which are to
be hung in the girls' rooms.
Girls began to arrive at Betsey Rar-
bour House last Wednesday. Thirty-
one were there the first night and
they have been thelping to unpack
some of the furniture as it has arriv-
ed.
The dormitory will accommodate 80
women, 34 of whom are freshmen.
Last spring the upperclasswomen who
were. to live at Betsy Barbour House
met and formed a temporary organ-
ization with Jessie McCall, '21, as
president, and Norma Judson, '22, as
secretary.
There are to be 78 girls at Heleir
Newberry Residence this semester.
About 35 of these are freshmen. Miss
Helen Bishop, of Oregon, is director
and Miss Royer is business manager.
UNIVERSITY Y. W. C. A. OPENS
TEA ROOM AT NEWBERRY.HALL

Engineer's Supplies atdWahr's Uni-
versity Book Stores.-Adv.
The "STANDARD" Loose-Leaf
Notes at Wahr's University Book
Stores.-Adv.

Sleep Anyplace Biut
Efat at Rex's.
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 ARBOR STREET
Near State and Packard

ANN ARBOR,

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THE UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY

ANNOUNCES

TWO SPLENDID CONCERT COURSES

Hill Auditorium

Ann Arbor

J. L. CHAPMAN
JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST
The Store of Reliability & Satisfaction
113 South Main Street

S- MICHIGAN

CHORAL UNION SERIES

EXTRA CONCERT SERIES
Nov. 4-ALBERT SPALDING, Violinist
Nov. 13-UNITED STATES MARINE BAND

Oet. 29-METROPOLITAN OPERA SEXTETTE
Giovanni Martinelli and Guiseppe Corallo,
Tenors
Nina Morgana and Marie Rappold,

Capt. W. H. Santelman, Conductor

Sopranos
Helena Marsh, Contralto
Thomas Chalmers, Bass
11-SERIGEI RACHMANINOFF, Pianist
13-JAN KUBELIK, Violinist
24-DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Arthur Whitcomb, Cornetist

Dec. 2-PERCY GIAINGER, Pianist
Jan 10-FLONZALEY STRING QUARTET

Nov.
Dec.
Jan.

Adolfo Betti, 1st Violin
Alfred Pochon, 2nd Violin

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Hi Class Work
at Reasonable

Ossip Gabrilowitsch, Conductor
Feb. 24-MINNEAPOLIS SYMPHON0Y ORCHESTRA
Emil Oberhoffer, Conductor
Mar. 7-DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Ossip Gabrilowitsch, Conductor
Marcia VanDresser, Soprano
TICKETS: $4.50, $5.00, $5.50, $6.00
(Patrons Tickets: First Choice, $7.00)

Louis Bailly, Viola
Iwan D'Archambeau, 'Cello
Feb. 28--NEW YORK CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY

Carolyn Beebe, Director and Pianist

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(11 Musicians)

TICKETS: $2.00 - $2.50

prices

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Cleaners

That Clean

Public Sale of Choral Union Tickets, Saturday, October 15.
Public Sale of Extra Concert Series Tickets, Monday, November 1.
All mail orders for either course will be filled in advance in order of receipt.
For complete announcement, please address,

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CHARLES A. SINK, SECRETARY

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We Call for and Deliver

Phones 1890-1891
220 S. State St.,

Newberry tea room is open. Spe-
cial menus will be served after foot-
ball games and special chicken din-
ners on Sunday evenings.
The tea room at Newberry hall is
under the auspices of the University
Y. W. C. A. and will seat more than
60 persons. Newberry tea room is
for light lunches. Facilities will not
permit the serving of heavy dinners.
The room is under the direction of
Miss Edna Sitton.
Former Humor Magazine Editor Weds
Announcement of the marriage of
Reed Bachman, '20, and Ann Schantz,
'23, on July 3, at Painesville, Ohio,
was made at the Phi Kappa Psi house
Sunday. They are making their home
in Cleveland. Mrs. Bachman is a
member of the Pi Beta Phi sorority.
Page and Shaw Candies at Tice's
Drug Store. 117 So. Main St.-Adv.
Young men and women-Let us ex-
plain our courses to you. New class-
es begin Monday, October 11. School
of Shorthand, 711 N. University Ave.
-Adv.
The "STANDARD" Loose-Leaf
Notes at Wahr's University Book
Stores.-Adv.
Shop tools and Lab. supplies at
Wahr's University Book Stores.-Adv.

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LASSI FIE
AflVFRTfS1ING

WANTED
WANTED-A civil engineer with suf-
ficient experience to place simple
grade stakes on road work. An op-
portunity for a man unable to re-
turn to school until the seceond se-
ester. Salary $150 per month. Ap-
ply C. J. Snyder and Sons, Ann Ar-
bor, Mich. Phone 529.
WANTED-Student, stenographer and
typist, desirous of clerical assist-
antship in some department of the
University. Call Lounsbury, 2316-J.r
WANTED - A competent cook for
table of fifteen. Call Steward.
Phone 2605. F. Lutz, Alpha Sigma,
523 Packard St.
WANTED-An, experienced man as
rubber during football season. Ap-
ply at Aathletic Association, Ann
Arbor Press Building.
WANTED-Good bass soloist wanted
for church work. Apply 312 &. Di-
vision St. Phone 212-J.
WANTED - Pleasant room in* ex-
change with 2 or 3 nights a week.
1037 Baldwin Ave. Phone 2123-M.
WANTED-Students washing, 110 N.
Ingalls. Phone 2569.
LOST AND FOUND-
LOST-Will second year Mechanical
Engineer who borrowed my foun-
tain pen in Room 229 at classifica-
tion, please return same to K. A.
Lawrence, 1330- Wilmot St.

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Boy's dormitory; twelve
beds in excellent condition. Ideal
study room. Moderate price. Call
at side entrance, 522 Monroe St.
FOR RENT-Extra nice single room
for an instructor or upperclass stu-
dent. American. 1014 Church St.
FOR RENT - Large suite one-half
block from campus, $9.00. Also
board, $7.00. Call 1724-M.
FOR RENT-Single room for rent for
lady. 312 S. Division St. Phone
212-J.
FOR RENT - Furnished rooms for
ladies. Second floor. 405 E. Uni-
versity.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-IModern six room house,
fine S. E. location. Beautifully de-
corated, clean, ready to occupy.
$3,000 down and monthly payments.
Telephone owner, 1600-J.
FOR SALE-Large and small draw-
ing boards, rules, T-square, tri-
angles, and canvas cover, complete,
$6.00. One set drawing Instruments
$15.00. 809 Hill St. Phone 1267.
FOR SALE-A 1919 Buick Roadster
in A-1 condition. A bargain to quick
buyer. Call after 6:30 P. M., 1207
Prospect.

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CORDITT &a

E cater to the discriminating taste of the
college girl by giving the utmost in style
and quality.
Always ready with a specialized sales serv-
ice we are able to satisfy completely every ap-
parel demand Miss Michigan may have.

HAMILTON

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Photographers

HE noise you hear on entering our store is caused by
workmen on the new addition which greatly enlarges
our Ready-to-Wear and Home Furnishing Departments.
The work will be completed about November first.

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New Studio Now Open

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334 STATE STREET

FOR
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St.

SALE-Drawing board and cov-
Fresh Eng. books. 5 j Church
Phone 1526-3.

We Solicit a Share
of Your Patronage

124 South Main

FOR SALE-C-Saxophone. Only six
months old. Phone 179.

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