THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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SCE S T UDIOS
The Most Beautiful and Refined
Studios in Ann Arbor
UERTH ARCADE HOURS: 1-5, 7-10
N i N G
THE FULL DRE SS CLOTHES AND
DINNER JACKETS RECOMMENDED
BY FINCHLE Y HA VE BEEN EXECUTED
WTH A RIPE UNDERSTANDING OF THE
COLLEGE MAN'S REQUIREMENTS. THE
GARMENTS FIT PRECISELY, BUT COM-
FOR TABL Y, AND H4VE A DESIRABLE
AND NECESSARYMEASURE OFDIGNITY.
Mortarboard will hold its second
meeting at 3 o'clock this afternoon at
the Alpha Phi house.
The Women's Athletic association
will hold its first ten mile hike at 9
o'clock Saturday morning, starting
from Barbour gymnasium. Announce-
ments of other hikes will be made
Try-outs for the Freshman Girls'
Glee club will be held at 4 o'clock
Monday and Wednesday afternoons
in room 204 of the School of Music.
Athena Literary society will hold its
fall try-outs at 7:15 o'clock Tuesday
night in the Alpha Nu room on the
fourth floor of University hall. Every
girl on the campus is eligible to
membership, the tryouts consisting of
three minute extemporaneous talks on
any topic selected.
A manuscript of an old Junior Girls'
play has been placed in the upper
reading room in the Library for the
use of all girls who are interested in
writing a play for this year.
DEC. 11 SET FOR
At a dinner given for the Fresh-
man Spread committee Wednesday
night by Dean Myra B. Jordan, plans
for the spread were discussed and the
date set at Dec. 11.
Margaret MacIntyre, chairman of
the committee, announced the follow-
ing girls in charge: Chaperone com-
mittee, Lucy Huber, chairman; treas-
urers, Margaret Kraus, Katherine Pot-
ter; invitation committee, Helen Saf-
ford and Gladys McConnell, chairmen,
Carol Murbach, Mary Wagner, Grace
Fry, Marion Sanders; decoration com-
mittee, Theodosia Burton, chairman,
Frances Ames; music committee, Anne
Hinshaw; hadge committee, Marion
Koch; printingc committee, Laura
Mills;' refreshment committee, Eliza-
beth Travis, chairman, Elizabeth
Humphreys, Mariam Schlotterbeck;
favor committee, Charlotte Schurz,
chairman, Elsa Ojesen, Deborah
More than 450 freshmen will be en-
tertained by the sophomore class. Any
sophomores who are willing to help
the committee with this work are wel-
come. Volunteers may call Margaret
MacIntyre at 390.
Tea and Reception Given for Seniors
Dean Myra B. Jordan will enter-
tain the senior women with a tea and
reception at 4 o'clock this afternoon
in the parlors of Barbour gymnasium.
Mrs. Marion L. Burton, Mrs. John R.
Effinger, Dr. Eloise Walker, Miss Mar-
ion Wood, and Miss Marion Dawley
will receive with Dean Jordan.
ATTENTION MASONS! All masons
on the campus are urged to be pres-
ent at the regular meeting of The
Craftsmen, Sat. evening, 7:30 p. m.-
Place, Masonic Temple, Cor. Huron
and Main Sts. Degree team rehearsal.
-Adv. By Order of the President.
HIGHEST PRICES paid for your old
clothes. Phone 1981-W, and will
call at your convenience.
DOLLS AND RABBITS
INHABIT 'TOY SHOP'
"Toy Shop" is ready for business.
Cloth dolls with hand-painted faces,
rabbits with pink ears, scrap books
with gay pictures await creation for
the children of the University and
Simple to make but attractive, these
toys stand out as tokens of the in-
terest of the girls on the campus in
the welfare of the children of the
hospitals. Girls who have not forgot-
ten their. doll days are interested in
visiting "Toy Shop" in Newberry hall
and in helping to make the children
happy by their handicraft.
On Custom - Tailored
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
A literations and Repairing
carefully attended to
Albert Gansic, Tailor
113 South Main Street
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.
ANN ARBOR, -
ON MEN'S HIGH - GRADE SHOES
In order to move them as quick as possible, we are
willing to make a big sacrifice.
$16.00 Best Grade Cordovan Brogue. . ..... . . . $13.95
$15.00 Best Grade Plain Cordovan............$12.95 r
$15.00 Best Calf Skin Brogues...".... . .......$12.95
$15.00 Best Calf Skin Shoes...............$12.95
$14.00 Calf Skin Shoes. $11.95
$12.00 Calf Skin Shoes...". . ".... .. .,.. ."........$10.95
GROSS & DIETZEL
117 East Washington Street
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JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST
The Store of Reliability & Satisfaction
113 South Main Street
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PENNANTS OF ALL COLLEGES
A full line of Room Decorations and
Gift Novelties at
DARLING & MALLEAUX
224-226 SOUTH STATE STREET 7 NICKELS ARCADE
CUSTOM FINISH WITHOUT
THE ANNOYANCE OF A TRY-ON
Shirts, Neckwear and Other
Accessories of Excettional
324 SOUTH SPATE STREET
AT 3 P. M.
LOST AND FOUND
POUND-A fountain pen in hollow be-
tween Boulevard and Aboretum last
Sunday. Owner may have same up-
on identification. Call Morey after
7 p. m., at 1739-R.
OST-Dark green bill fold contain-
ing $22 between Union and Chem.'
Lab., or between Madison and Un-
Ion. Reward for return to Mackay,
603 E. Madison.
OST-Will person who took brown-
ish. tweed cap from Union cloak
rdom Wed. evening, by mistake,
please leave same at Daily office.
OST-On Ferry field Monday after-
noon a red sweater. Reward if re-
turned to Charles- E. Proctor, 7001
Oxford Road. Phone 355.
,OST-Black suede leather watch fob
with gold pendant, either at Hill
Auditorium or between Hill Audi-
torium and Division St. Call 1797.
AST-Fountain pen without cap on
Oct. 19, between Tappan Hall an
State. Phone 1449-J. 720 Whale-'
OST-S. A. E. pin lost on State St.,
last Saturday, W. J. G. on back- Re-
ward. Return to Michigan Daily
FOR RENT--Two large well furnish-
ed single rooms suitable for two or
three boys each or one large suite
for four. Reasonable terms. Call
1438-W., 709 W. Huron.-_
FOR RENT-Very attractive suite one
and a half blocks from the campus,
suitable for two. Call 725 Haven
or phone 2574.
-FOR RENT - Large pleasant front
room for two boys, $3.00 each per
week. 1117 Prospect St. Phone
FOR RENT-Room for one or two
men. Also room-mate wanted.
FOR RENT-Double parlors as suite
or single rooms. Very desirable.
1021 Hill St.
FOR RENT - Office in the Cutting
Apartment, formerly occupied by
Dr. Loeffler. Phone 1898.
We are zealous in maintaining
the QUALITY of
IC E C REAM
Our Factory at Ann Arbor is One of
the Finest in the State
and it is equipped with every modern appliance
to insure uniformity of product
ASK FOR IT AT YOUR FAVORITE FOUNTAIN
CARL BIRD, His Wagon. Par-
delivered to all parts of the
AND BOARD-$10.00 per week.
S. Univ. Phone 2490-J.
AST-Oct. 11 on campus or S.
versity, a Collegiate Sorosis
Name on back. Finder please
OST - A taupe suede
Haven Ave. Finder
TT-A silver beaded
Gy of Illinois game.
LOST-On Ferry field, a large gold
signet ring. Initials G. R. Call 1325.
LOST-Gold button cuff link. Initials
R. 0. R. Call Rychener, 609.
FOR SALE - Newly painted Ford
Touring, Maxwell hood, demount-,
able rims, lots of accessories. Student
owner must sell at once. Will sac-
rifice at $225 cash. Wrtie Box A C,
POR SALE-Rebuilt Remington, Un-
derwood and other Standard Type-
writers. New Fox Portable Type-
writers. Phone Marston, 1951-R, 555
'OR SALE-Degan Professional Xylo-
phone, four octaves with resonators.
Call at 117 S. Main St., over Walg-
Over Store between 6 and 7 at night.
'OR SALE-Buick roadster - first
class condition. Terms. Call Riker,
397, at noon hour.
WANTED Two refined young ladies
of irreproachable reputation to teach
dancing in Ann Arbor's most refined
dancing school. Must have refer-
ences. Box R, Daily.
WANTED-Work, near campus after
3 o'clock by experienced setno-
grapher. Sixty cents per hour. Box
WANTED-A room for two young
ladies staying over the Chicago
game week-end. Nov. 12 and 13.
Address, Box M. C., Daily.
WANTED-A competent cook for fra-
ternity of 30. Good salary. Call
WANTED-- Student wanted to wire
(electric) table lamp-wrtie Box A.
WANTED--Physics Tutor, call afterv
7 p. m., 221 N. Fifth Ave.
NEAT appearing upperclass man de-
sires employment during any two
hours between 4 and 8 p. mn. daily.
Can keep set of books, clerk, board
work, etc. Box Y, Daily.
NOTICE-Will the person who return-
ed the lost Elgin watch to Graham's
Book Store kindly call Miller, 2513
We have Decided to offer our
entire stock of Gordon Lamb Li-
ned , Fur Collar Coats at a Dis-
Why not walk down -town and
save a few dollars?
C & K
217 SOUTH MAIN STREET
HEMSTITCHING, Pecot edge, also sil-
ver and gold thread work. White
Sewing Machine Co., 205 E. Wash-
ington St. Phone 919.
IT WILL BE worth while for anybody
going to Chicago before Nov. 30 to
call 1545-W. Moses.