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Women

HITNEY THEATRE

TON~IGHT

OUTKICKS THEM

ALL

IT'S ARTHUR
HAMMERSTEIN'S
100 PROOF MUSICAL

COMEDY

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Book and Lyrics by
OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN II
Music by HERBERT STOTHART
TOAST OF BROADWAY FOR FORTY-EIGHT WEEKS
WITH
IRENE FRANKLIN and RALPH HERZ
UNDILUTED MANHATTAN CAST AND A CHORUS THAT OUTSTRIPS THEM ALL
SEAT SALE NOW
PRICES: lower Floor, $2.50; Balcony, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00; Gallery, 75c

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Start School Right
With a Parker Pen

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The Parker" Lucky Curve" staining the fingers. Safety
controls the ink flow and Sealed-can't leak. Press-
insures clean, smooth writ- the-Button device fills pen
ing without flooding or instantly.
P ILUC KY- V
nt~in the n a Parke
OncmPens lv.
the pen at pock
are found in millions of pockets. You'd be surprised
how many prominent local busineso men carry them. -

Locker tickets may be purchased
any time at the treasurer's office in
Waterman gymnasium.
Lockers will be given out daily from
9 to 12 and from 2 to 5 o'clock at
Barbour gymnasium; on Saturdays,
from 9 to 12 o'clock only.
All junior advisers are requested to
consult the lists posted in Barbour
gymnasium in order to lern the
names of their freshmen.
All first year women are required
to attend a meeting at 4 o'cock Wed-
nesday, October 6, in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall, to meet Dean Myra B.
Jordan.
The supper to which all freshmen
women have been invited by the Jun-
ior advisers is to take place on Mon-
day, Oct. 11, instead of Oct. 6, ac-
cording to an announcement made
yesterday by Carol McDonald, '22,
chairman.
Phone calls for girls at Helen New-
berry residence must be put in to
2338, the first floor phone. The sec-
ond, third, and fourth floors have
loaned their lines to Betsy Barbour
house until a switch oard can be in-
stalled.
Tea is being served every afternoon
at Helen Newberry residence for the
girls of both Newberry residence and
Betsy Barbour house.
Each sophomore should leave a
schedule of her classes at the office
of the physical director in Barbour
gymnasium.
Freshman girls are requested to
purchase their gymnasium clothes im-
mediately.
All girls who are interested in oc-
cupational therapy, who have had
training in it and want to continue the
work, see Hulda Bancroft at Newberry
hall.
An important meeting of the board
of directors of the Women's League
will be held at 9:30 o'clock Saturday
morning, Oct. 9, In the board room in
Barbour gymnasium. Members of the
board are urged to be present.
Shop tools and Lab. supplies at
Wahr's University Book Stores.-Adv.
WANTED
WANTED - Private boarding house
near campus for ten instructors.
Write Box AA, Daily.
WANTED - Pleasant room in ex-
change with 2 or 3 nights a week.
1037 Baldwin Ave. Phone 2123-M.
I 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.
LOST-Saturday, a Caryatedes Soror-
ity Pin. Initials on back. Reward.
FOUND - Fountain Pen in Arcade
Postoffice. Call Falvey, 871-M.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Exceptionally comfort-
able double study room with dorm-
itory. Two and one-half blocls from
campus. $4.25 per week. Mrs.
Foster, 927 Oakland.
FOR RENT-Boy's dormitory; twelve

beds in excellent condition. Ideal
study room. Moderate price. Call
at side entrance, 522 Monroe St.
FOR RENT-A light, airy suite for
two girls, close to campus. Espec-
ially clean and well furnished.
Phone 627. A. Simpson.
FOR RENT-Two front rooms, suit-
able for two in each. Light, airy,
and well heated. Enquire at 608 E.
William, second floor.
FOR RENT-Heated furnished flat, 4
or 5 rooms. Also rooms, single and
suites for men, 908 Monroe St.
FOR RENT-Double room. Well heat-
ed. Second floor. 1012 E. Univer-
sity. Price $8.00 per weew.
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-Large double room, mod-
ern, first floor, 1117 Prospect.
Phone 601-R.
FOR RENT - Furnished rooms for
ladies. Second floor. 405 E. Uni-
versity.

Finest assortment of pipes at Cush-
ing's Drug Store.-Adv.
Engineer's Supplies at Wahr's Uni-
versity Book Stores.-Adv.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.

catering

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TO

Student Trade

announce

Stores.-Adv.

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THEIR OPENING

AT

8 0 5 EAST HURON STREET

YOPYOUNG MEN ANDMEN WHO STAYYOUNG

"MEET NE AT THE FOUNTAIN"
Coffee, sandwitches, pies, lighit
lunches of all kinds. Right prices.
Sodas, sundaes, Coca Cola, all soft
drinks. Yept right. It's a B. & B.
Red Cross-the best fountain at Hus-
ton Bros.-Adv.

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Marked Style Changes
in Men's Clothes for Fall

The "STANDARD" Loose-Le
Notes at Wahr's University Bo
Stores.-Adv.

Dining Rooms

The "STANDARD"
Notes at Wahr's Un
Stores.-Adv.

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Chas. W. Graham, Two Stores
Quarry Drug Company
Cakins Drug Co., Three Stores
Slater Book Shop
0. D. Morrill, Prtg. & Office.Supplies
L. C. Schleede, Stationery
Dawson Brothers, Drugs
A. E. Crippen, Drugs

A. E. Mummery, Drugs
F. C. Usill (Rexall Store)
Fischer's Pharmacy
Arcade Jewelry Shop

Style changes for Fall as correctly
interpreted by Society Brand Clothes
will be heartily welcomed by under-
graduates who pay particular heed to
their appearance.
The long vent in the coat has gone.
Vents in modish suits this Fall will be
noticeably shorter.
Body contours have changed. The
high waist line and the pinched-in
effect have gone,
Coats hang with greater fullness
from the shoulder. The result is a
pleasing effect of unusual ease and
smartness.

LASS
AflERTI

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WANTED
WANTED-A civil engineer with suf-
flolent 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.
WANTED - A competent cook for
table of fifteen. Call Steward.
Phone 2605. F. Lutz, Alpha Sigma,
523 Packard St.
WANTED-AU experienced man as
rubber during football season. Ap.
ply at Aathletic Association, Ann
Arbor Press Building.
WANTED---Gentleman student desires
single room -with private family.
Garage in connection. Call Renoyar
582-J.
RANTED-Good bass soloist wanted
for church, work. Apply 312 S. Di-
vision St. Phone 212-J.

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Modern 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-Enigneer's drawing set,
complete, slightly used - extra
boards, T-square, triangle, etc. Call
Kief 1013-J or 311 E. Ann St., eve-
nings.
FOR SALE - 1920 Buick 'Roadster
in A-1 condition. A bargain to quick
buyer. Call after 6:30 P. M., 1207
Prospect.
FOR SALE-Complete set of Spauld-
ing left handed golf sticks with bag.
1325 Olivia Ave. Phone 1705-R.
FOR SALE-Set of mechanical draw-.
ing tools, boards, triangle. Call
663-W.
FOR SALE-Drawing board and cov-
er. Fresh Eng. books. 551 Church
St. Phone 1526-J.

These

are the distinctive style

features that mark this season's

models in

Society

Brand Clothes.

WITH THE VARIED GRADES OF CLOTHING FLOODING THE MARKET, LOOK
FOR THE LABEL AS YOUR GUIDE
ALFRED DECKER & COHN, Makers SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES, Limited, for Canada
CHICAGO NEW YORK MONTREAL

QTYLE H EAD QUARTERS
+J Lwhere'oith ?$rinn otht arold
JE. Wi7F' ,l

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

Only six

he Kempf Music Studios -Piano, tablished 1880. 312 S. Division St.
an, and Voice Instruction. Es- Phone 212-J.-Adv.

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