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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Of Interest to University Women

.THURSDAY Learn Gregg Shorthand-the system
1000 to 12:0--Dental college eiec-, most universally taught and written.
tions in corridor of Dental build- Learn it at the school that has al-
ways taught it. HAMILTON BUSI-
lug.jNESS COLLEGE.-Adv.
2 :01-C. H. Woodbury art exhibition,
Alumni hall, open to public.
4:50-Varsity football squad leaves Courteou andvsatsfactor
Ann rbo sttio forOhi Stte. TRIEATNIENT to every custom-
Anin Arbor station for Ohio State. er, whether the account be large
5:00-Tau Sigma Delta dinner, room or small.

New classes Monday, November 8, in
Gregg Shorthand, Typewriting, Book-
keepong and Penmanship. HAMILTON
BUSINESS COLLEGE. Cor. State and
William Sts-Adv.

CollegeINotes

University girls who are interested
Americanization work will please
e Hulda Bancroft, '15, at Newberry
ill.
All girls who intend going to Co-
imbuis on. the special train Satur-
ay must get their railway 'tickets at
ice from Dean Myra B. Jordan's of-
ce. A limited supply of seat tickets
r the game may be obtained at the
thletic office.
Hockey practice for freshmen and
iphomores will be held at 3 o'clock
ednesday afternoon; for juniors and
niors, at 4 o'clock Wednesday aft-
'noon.
There will be cricket practice for
eshmen and sophomores at 4 o'clock
is afternoon.
A regular meeting of the Girls' Ed-
ational club will be held at 8
clock tonight at Helen Newberry,
sidence.
On account of the Wyvern steak
ast, Morterboard has postponed its
eeting until 4:30 o'clock Thursday
ternon at the Alpha Phi house.
LPIIA NU DEBATES THURSDAY
ON ALIEN OWNERSHIP RIGHTS1
Alpha Nu Debating society will meet
7:30 o'clock Thursday evening at
s club rooms in University hall. The
eeting has been advanced one night
as not to conflict with the Band
unce on Friday evening.
The subject to be debated is: "Re-
lved, That persons born in the Un-
ed States whose parents, because of
gal disability, were not able to be-
me naturalized citizens thereof,
.all be prohibited from leasing, own-
g or otherwise acquiring or pos-
ssing land in the continental United
ates."
Visitors, especially «those interested
debating, are invited to attend the
eeting.
For results advertise in The Mich-
an Daily.-Adv.

LOCAL FIRE RESULTS IN ONE
DEATH FROM SUFFOCATION
Two fires, one of them resulting in
a loss of life, were extinguished by
the fire department early Tuesday
morning.
Mrs. M. C. Shewcraft was found
dead from suffocation in her home at
Detroit and Catherine streets at 2:30
o'clock Tuesday morning.
The fireman on entering the house
found Mrs. Shewcraft lying upon the
floor in a small room opening off the
kitchen, where it is believed the fire
started.
Services for Mrs. Shewcraft will be
held at 5 o'clock Thursday afternoon.
A second fire in the apartments of
Mrs. Schreiber, 105 East University
avenue, was reported at 1 o'clock, and
was extinguished with little damage.
CITY. W. C. A. TO CONDUCT
CLASSES IN DRESSMAKING
Women wishing to enroll in cook-
ing, dressmaking, or millinery class-
.es given under the supervision of the
city Y. W' C. A., may do so by call-
ing at the office or by telephone on or
before Nov. 8.
An educational rally was held at the
city Y. W. C. A. Monday evening, for
the purpose of organizing classes in
high school English, French, and
Spanish. Instruction will be given
also in dressmaking, cooking, and
millinery, for which University girls
are eligible. A number of the pro-
fessors' wives have enrolled in these
classes. Mrs. R. J. Carney, who is
in, charge of the educational commit-
tee, hopes that there will be at least
150 enrolled for work before Nov. 8.
D. A. R. to Hold First Social Meeting
The Sarah Caswell Angell chapter
of the D. A. R. will hold its Novem-
ber meeting at 3 o'clock Thursday aft-
ernoon of this week instead of the
regular date. Miss Alice L. McDuffee,
state regent, is to be present as the
special guest of the day. This - is the'
first social meeting of the year, and
new members are especially invited
to be present. Mrs. Arthur W. Smith
will read a short paper on "Women
of the Mayflower," after which tea
will be served.

Senior Society
Initiates Light
Senior society held its fall initia-
tion Monday night at the home of

319, Union.
6:00-Vulcans' dinner, room
Union.
6:30-Quarterdeck dinner, room
Union.

321,
323,

The An Arbor Saviegs Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $625,000.00
Resources.........$5,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.

TT TLE'S
LUNCH ROO M
Crowded every meal
BUT
Room for All Our
Last years customers
One half block South
of "MiAY'

Alice
were,
Anne
Irene
garet
or.

Hussey, '21. Those initiated
Anne Broene, Rena Bailey,
Mitchell, Elizabeth Roberts,
Rosenburg, Carrie Smith, Mar-
Rottschafer, and Mildred Tay-

7:15-Triangles meeting,
Union.
7 :15-Alpha Kappa Psi
room 304, Union.

room 323,
meeting,

"

WHAT'S GOING ON
WEDNESDAY
9:00 to 12:00-All class elections in
Law school to be held in corridor#
of Law building.
12:00-Rotary club meets in Union.,
3:30-Soccer piractice on South Fer-
ry field.,
4:00-Dean Myra B. Jordan addresses
open forum of Y. W. C. A. at New-
berry hall.
6:00-S. A. R. dinner, room 319, Union.
7:00-Band practice, University Iall .
7:00-Mortarboard meets at Alpha
Phi ,house.
7 :15-Student council meeting, room
306, Union..
7:15 - Inter-collegiate Zionist socie-
ty meets, Lane hall.
7:15 - Veterans of Foreign Wars
meet, room 318, Union.
7:15-"Western club mixer, ajidito-
riumn, Lane hall. All -men and!
women from west invited. Musical
program has been secured.
7:15-Student ;council meets, room
3064, Union.
7:30-Educational club meets, room
302, Unionr
7:30-Am. Association of University
Professors meets, room 304, Union.
7 :O0-II Circulo D'Annunzio meets it
Circle Francais room, South Wing.
Visitors invited.

7:30 -- Stageeraft course, room 308,
Union.
7 :30-Phi Sigma meets in room B-
173, Natural Science building.
s:00-Albert Spalding, American vio-
linist, appears at Hill auditorium
in second number of Choral Union
Concert series.
8 :00-Dr. W. A. Tiffin, of Detroit,
will address Dental society, reading
room, Union.
8:00-Christian Science society meets
in Lane hall auditorium.
U-NOTICE S
Tie Greater Newark club will meet
in room 321, Union, tonight instead
of Saturday night, on account of the
Ohio State game. Important busi-
ness will be taken up.
The Bayonne, N. 3., club will meet in
the Union this evening. All mem-
bers are urged to turn out.
For live progressive up-to-date ad-
vertising use The Michigan Daily.-
Adv.
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November air this boot is especially desirable-
soft and pliable yet fairly heavy
in weight. Exceptionel value at *1.5

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115 South Main Street

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LOST AND FOUND
T- Saturday, between below ad-
ess and Ferry Field, gray gab-
dine belt to topcoat. Will finder
ease return same to 210 N. Thay-
St. 26
IT-A gabardine coat belt with
ather buckle on State St., between
,rry Field and Madison St., Sat-
'day afternoon. Finder please call
nall at 783. 26
T-Mink muff on Boulevard, lead-
g off Cambridge Road. Finder re-
rn to 311 East Huron. Reward.
.00. 25-4
T-A small black purse contain-
g two keys valuable to owner.
ease phone N. Schnaple, 452, ifk
und.
T-Gold octogen watch. Initialed
M. P. Between Hill Auditorium
d 1223 Volland St. Reward. 26-3
lT-Sigma Xi and Tau Beta Pi
'ys on Friday on or near campus.
ward. Box A. X., Daily. 25-3
T-Thursday, barrel of gold foun-
in pen. Initials L. 'P. F. Call
ng, 885-W.
lT-Fountain pen, Laughlin made.
eward. Smith, 549 S. Division.
49-J. 26
T-Jewel comb, either at Union or
State St., Saturday night. Call
6-M. 26-2

WANTED
WANTED - Lady graduate student
wishes a room-mate in very desir-
able suite, separate beds, at 1017
Hill St. Phone 1206-M. 26-2
WANTED-Tickets wanted for Chi-
cago-Michigan game. Phone 2328-3,
or call at 524 Linden St. 26-3
WANTED-Two tickets for Mich.-Chi-
cago gahne. C. B. Dudley, 734 N.
Prospect St., Ypsilanti, Mich.
WANTED-A No. 1 piano player. Ex-
perience in orchestra work. Apply.
Manager of Majestic Theater. 25-3
WANTED-Registered drug clerk on
part time. Apply Calkins-Fletcher
Drug Co. 711 Packard St.
WANTED-Work near campus by Un-
iversity student. Box A. C., Michi-
gan Daily. 25-2
WANTED- Two tickets for Chicago
game. Call 1366.
WA TEDa Six8tickets for Chicago
game. Call 1328. 26-2
FOR RENT
FOR RENT - Housekeeping apart-
ment; two front rooms, steam heat,
hot and cold running water. Near
campus and downtown. Inquire
1207 Willard. 25-3
FOR RENT -- 513 S. Division Street,
two blocks from campus; one ex-
cellently heated, well furnished
room for one or two students. 26-3
FOR RENT-Large front suite. One
block from campus. For married
couple or ladies 1724-J. 25-3
FOR RENT-Desirable double -room.
Reasonable. Call at 1011 So. State
St.
MISCELLANEOUS
WE HAVE a few vacant places now.
If you haven't a regular place to
eat, call round and get one. Fail-
ing's Boarding House, 714 Monroe.
Phone 1885. 25-3
ATTENTION STUDENTS--When you
think of paper, think of Bern. I
undersell or won't sell. Phone
849-M, 211 S. Ingalls St., M. W. F.,
3 to 5 p. m. 26-3

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7ND-Gold watch. Write
ter 6:30 p. m. Robert L.
ugh. 308 S. 5th Ave.

or call
McCul-
26-3

UJND-Brown pocketbook. Drop-
kI, 1670. 26
IT-Gold fountain pen, initialed I.
. E. Finder please call 1248-R.
FOR SALE
SALE-Rebuilt Remington, Un-
rwood and other Standard Type-
riters. New Fox Portable Type-
riters. Phone Marston, 1951-R, 555
ackard.
t SAF1=-Oliver Typewriter. As
od as new, $30.00. Call after 6
m., 214 N. Ingalls. 26-2
MISCELLAX!OUS
O STATE GAME-Can still take
limited number of students to Col-
nbus and back for only half of
e regular fare. Call after six p.
, q ],e 121.-W, 227 S. Ingalls. 26

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