OUR "Y" DELEGATES1
E N T TO LANSING
In answer to an appeal for advice
id assistance sent to the University
. W. C. A. by the branch of that or-
.nization at M. A. C., Lois DeVries,
L, Beatrice Beckwith, '21, Gertrude
oggs, '22, and Neva Lovewell, '22,
ent to Lansing Sunday night and
oke to more than 100 girls.
"Enthusiasm fairly radiated from
em," declared Lois DeVries, '21,
'esident of the University Y. W. C.
when telling of the meeting. "We
will have to be on our guard lest they
make good their boast that they will
have a larger percentage of their 300
women students then we will get of
Y. W. C. A. workers of M. A. C.
wanted advice in regard to a member-
ship campaign, and information con-
cerning the University social service
department, after which they are go-
ing to model one of their own.
Learn Gregg Shorthand-the system
most universally taught and written.
Learn it at the school that has al-
ways taught it. HAMILTON BUSI-
Final Y. W. C. A. membership re-
ports must be recorded by 5 o'clock
Friday afternoon in Newberry hall.
The judiciary council of the Wom-
en's league will hold its first meeting
at 12:10 o'clock today at the residence
of Dean Myra B. Jordan, 1215 Hill
The first hygiene lecture will be held
at 5 o'clock this afternoon in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall. All freshmen andI
entering sophomores must attend.
Bring bluebooks to take notes.
moer women are requested to elect
a representative to the board of rep-
resentatives of the Women's league.
The board will meet on the second
Saturday of every month in Barbour
gymnasium, the first meeting to be
held at 9 o'clock Saturday morning,
Your Leather Coat Is Dirty
The ordinary method of cleaning
leaves them spotted and faded.
a leather coat to get the results you
seek, our process of dying a brown
leathe'r coat, a maoayoo or black
has proved a success allover the countryjudging from
We are the Jargest 7,eaer Dye House in Chicago
and on account of the great demand for the cleaning of
LeatherAutomobile and Sport Coats, we have made
special efforts in this direction.
For a reasonable charge from $6.00 to $8.00 we are
prepared to renew your coat.
Our facili ties for dying and process of finishing
enable~s us to return to you practically a new coat guar-
anteeing the workmanship as well as entire satisfaction.
Send your coat by registered parcel post. We will
return coit to you by registered mail.
FrankJackson Co., 1301 Larrabee St., Chicago
We Buy and Sell Used Tires
Free Air and Tire Inspection
OSCAR BEHNKI, PROP.
523 E. Liberty St., Ann Arbor
Houses are asked to notify Aletha
Yerkes, '21, chairman of the board,
or to report elections at Dean Myra
B. Jordan's office in Barbour gym-,
PROMPTLY AND NEATLY DONE
0. D.MORR I LL
T H E
We invite you
Why not try a Pi
AS & CANDIES
to try our waffles
ke's Peak? -The climb
arm you up!
All girls who intend going to Co-
lumbus on the special train Satur-
day must get their railway tickets at
once from Dean Myra B. Jordan's of-
fice. A limited supply of seat tickets
for the game may be obtained at the
On account of the Wyvern steak
roast, Morterboard has postponed its
meeting until 4:30 o'clock Thursday
afternon at the Alpha Phi house.
OF FIRST EAGUE PARTY
Informality is to be the keynote
of the Women's league party to be
held at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow after-
noon in Barbour gymnasium.
According to MargueriteClark,
president of the league, this party,
the feature of which is to be a play
presented by Masques, is to be as in-,
formal as possible. Games and danc-
ing wil "urnis, entertainmen.
"I hope that every girl will enter
into the spirit of the party," said Missl
Clark. "Its purpose is to have the
women of the University get to know
"Nevertheless," the first of a series
of one-act plays prepared by Masques
for this year, will be presented.
LOCAL HOSPITALS TO BENEFIT
BY CONTRIBUTIONS OF GUILD
"Children," "Men," "Women." These
are the signs on long tables in the as-
sembly room of Harris hall. On these
tables are stacks of neatly piled new1
clothes all of which will be distri-
buted among local hospitals and char-
itable institutions before Thursday
These garments have been collect-
ed by the Ann Arbor branch of the
American Needlework guild. The work
of this organization differs from other
charitable clubs in that membership
is obtained by giving two new gar-
ments annually, that it distributes only
new clothing, and that its work is for
the benefit of local institutions.
UNIVERSITY HOUSES TO ELECT
DELEGATES TO LEAGUE BOARD
All University houses having four or
to be, provided they are dainty and charming.
Dresses for Evening Wear
Both light and dark colors are
very good this fall and trimmings ar varied and all lovely. Pale pink is combined
very effectively with silver lace and silver tinsel trimming in one very lovely dress
we are showing. Another is pale orchid taffeta, trimmed with fringed ruffles. Still
RESSES FOR EVENING WEAR may be pretty much what you want them
another is flame colored taffeta, made with pointed ruffles at the hips, each ruffle edged with
silver. The skirts are all rather full and short and no sleeves are seen. Pale green is the
color of a tulle dress, combining many layers of the tulle for the skirt.
Many are the dainty accessories to evening dress that we are showing. Petticoats, white
AT 3P. M.
LA E&I I
i N n
satin, pink satin and georgette make dainty enough skirts for any dress.
Hats of metal cloth,
gold and silver, combined with fur and flowers are just the thing for dancing or the theater.
WANTED--Lady or gentleman of fair
- education living in or outside Ann
Arbor to work locally or travel.
Salary $18 to $30 per week and ex-
penses. Address, Mrs. Boyd Brown,
Gen'l Del'y., Ann Arbor, Mich. 27
WANTED-Suite for two seniors. Pre-
fer quiet; private home with no oth-
er roomers, between Union and City
"Y." Moving because of death of
landlady. Box A. T., Daily. 27-30
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-J,
or call at 524 Linden St. 26-3
WANTED-A No. 1 piano player. Ex-
perience in orchestra work. Apply
Manager of Majestic Theater. 25-3
WANTED-Violinist and snare drum-
mer for dance orchestra. Phone
283-M. Warner or Koenig.
WANTED - A number of tickets for
Chicago game. Address Box A. F.,
Michigan Daily. 27-3
WANTED-Room-mate for large room
at 1128 Michigan. Phone 1445-R. 27-3
WANTED - Six tickets for Chicago
game. Call 1328. 26-2
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-Largeufrontroom, elec-
tric light and furnace. One half
block from Campus. Price is right.
631 Tappan Ave. 27-3
FOR RENT-511 Cheever Court-sin-
lge room, second floor. Modern in
every respect. Phone 516-R. 27-2
FOR RENT-Single room neatly furn-
ished, in private home. For gentle-
man only. 724 Dewey Ave. 27-2
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Mink muff on Boulevard, lead-
ing off Cambridge Road. Finder re-
turn to 311 East Huron. Reward.
LOST--Gold octogen watch. Initialed
0. M. P. Between Hill Auditorium
and 1223 Volland St. Reward. 26-3
LOST-Sigma Xi and Tau Beta Pi
keys on Friday on or near campus.
Reward. Box A. X., Daily. 25-3
LOST-Tortoise shell glasses in case.
Liberal reward. Kindly call Mr.
Nutten at 396 or 475. 27-2
FOUND-Gold watch. Write or call
after 6:30 p. m. Robert L. McCul-
lough. 308 S. 5th Ave. 26-3
LOST-Jewel comb, either at Union or
on State St., Saturday night. Call
LOST-Organic Evolution Notes. Find-
er please return to Daily. Box B.
FOR SALE - Blue overcoat, little
worn, lightweight, size 35. Price
$20. Call at 506 S. Fifth Ave., after
7, evenings. 27-2
FOR SALE - Gibson Mando-Cello
practically new. Cheap. Call Ellis,
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.2F.,
3 to 5p. M. 26-3
HIGHEST PRICES paid for your old
clothes. Phone 1981-W and we will
call at your convenience. 27-12
FOR RENT-Large front suite. One
block from campus. For married
couple or ladies 1724-J. 25-3
We are also showing the newest thing in hats of white, trimmed with black.
Both jet and
black fur are used for this unusual trimming.
Shoes play a very important part in one's costume for evening and our shoes of satin,
kid, and silver are dainty and pretty enough to set off the most dainty ,gown."
is you want for evening wear, you can find it here.
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Eletric Grills, Toasters, Perculators,
Drop in when down town and look over our
complete Universal Line
JNO. C. FISCHER CO.
UP TO THE MINUTE HARDWARE
MAIN NEAR WASH. ST. WASH. NEAR MAIN ST.
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