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The Michigan Daily, 1920-11-07

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, _ _ _ __-THE MICHIGAN DAILY

University Men! Start a Savings Pres. H. H. Herbst, Secy., A. A. Sav-
Account with HURON VALLEY BLDG. ings Bank Bldg.-Adv.
& SAVINGS ASSO. Your money will
double in 10 years. Never paid less If you can walk you can dance aft-
than 6 per cent dividends since in- er four private lessons with Mlle.
corporation 30 years ago. Can draw Jeanette Kruska or Phillip Miller, '23.
your money any time and receive 5 1 Let us prove the fact. For appoint-
per cent from date of investment. ment call 2308-R between hours 12-2
Money in association not taxable. or -at the Studio, 324 E. Huron (two
Under State control. Wm. L. Walz, blocks west of the High-School).-Adv.

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Campaign members of the Y. W.
C. A. are requested to turn in their re-
suits at the office in Newberry hall as
soon as possible.

TYPEWRITING
and
MIMEOGRAPHING

The next hygiene lecture will
held at 4 o'clock Tuesday, Nov. 9,
stead of 5 o'clock Thursday, Nov.
on account of Armistice day.

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PROMPTLY AND NEATLY DONE
BY
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHERS
AT
MODERATE PRICES

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Sophomores must pay thei social
tax of $1 before Wednesday, Nov. 10,
at Dean Myra B. Jordan's office.
Girls' Educational club will have its
Michiganensian picture taken at the
Corbitt-Hamilton studio at 12 o'clock
Monday. Please be prompt.
Women's Athletic association mem-
berships will be received from 3 to 5
o'clock Monday, Wednesday, and Fri-
day of this week in Barbour gymnas-
ium.
Try-outs for the Freshman Girls'
Glee club will be held at 4 o'clock
Monday afternoon in room 204 of the
School of Music.
All Athena members are requested
to notify Amelia Igel at once at 1058-
whether they will be present at the
initiation banquet which will be held
Tuesday evening.
BETSY BARBUR NOW
COMPLETELY FURNISHED
COLOR SCHEME WORKED OUT IN
OLD BLUE AND
PUTTY
Betsy Barbour dormitory is now a
real home with furniture in its par-
lors. The heavy curtains that had hid-
den the rooms from view until every-
thing was in place were pulled aside
Saturday night and the girls found a
bright fire waiting them in the living
room fire place. Coffee was served
there and Dean Myra B. Jordan told
the girls about Betsy Barbour.
The color scheme has been worked
out in old blue and putty with bright-
ening touches in the chintz hangings,
and pieces of oriental bric-a-brac
which are the gift of Mr. Barbour. In
the book cases at either side of the
fire place are many old books which
were given by Mr. Barbour and Miss
Mary Turner, a member of the board
of directors of the dormitory.
The formal room is to be called
Betsy Barbour parlor and is furnished
with pieces from Mrs. Barbour's home.
In front of the living room is a sun-
room with reed furniture and bright
chintz.
Tuesday Set For
First Hello Day
Next Tuesday when the girl whom
you have been seeing in quiz every
week, and that tall slender maiden
with the handsome fur coat, and the
studious lady with the horn rimmed
glasses who seems to abide In the
Library reading room, smile and say
"Hello," don't think they are getting
unduly familiar. Just say "Hello,"
back.
Here is the reason. Tuesday is to be
"Hello" day. The scheme is under the
auspices of the University Y. W. C. A.
and is a plan toward the solution of
one of the college problems, the prob-
lem of "getting acquainted," and the
"Y" workers are hoping that after this
day of friendliness and cordiality be-
tween the University women, they will
not be willing to let the idea die. So
everybody, all together, "Hello!"
TICKET COMPLAINTS
A number of complaints have
been received by the Student
council from students who sent

in their yellow coupons for Chi-
cago game tickets before the
-time limit set by the Athletic
association, and had these cou-
pons returned.
All men who have complaints
to make in this regard should
submit their evidence to Stu-
dent council members who will
be at the Student council desk
in the student activities room,
third floor of the Union, between
1 and 3 o'clock Monday and
Tuesday afternoons.
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."-

ASK FOR IT AT YOUR FAVORITE FOUNTAIN

° COL U MFNEC O U M
CLOSES CLOS.S
A.3P D ADVERTISING AT3P-3

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LOST AND FOUND
LOST-A large fancy jeweled comb
Thursday night; somewhere between
Cushing's pharmacy and therArcade
or in the Arcade. Liberal reward.
Box A. Z., Daily. 30-3'
LOST -- Psi Omega Fraternity pin,
somewhere between Chemistry bldg.
and 1007 E. Huron St. Finder please
call 1268 or above address and re-
ceive reward. 29-3'

LOST- Leather backed Embryology
notebook. Reward for return. H.
W. Hann, 503 E. Liberty St. Phone
2354-W. 29-2
LOST--Large leather note book in
Union coat room, Thursday noon.1
Kindly return to G. L. Cotter, 518
Cheever Ct. 29-2
LOT-Package containing Blue Satin
on either State or Williams. Find-
er please call 1325. Reward. 28-31
LOST-Pair heavy shell rim glasses
without case. Near High School..
Call 1225-R. 30-11
LOST-A silver fox fur at Hill Audi-
torium, Wednesday night. Please
phone 2166-W. 30-2
FOUND-Gloves in Student Publica-
tions' offices. Owners may recover
them by calling and identifying
same. 30-1
FOR RENT
FOR RENT - Light housekeeping.
Rooms furnished and heated. 555 S.
Division. Call afternoon and even-
ing. 28-3

WANTED
WANTED-Three good seats together
for Chicago game. Hodge, 822 Arch.
Phone 348-R. 30-1
WANTED - Two tickets for Chicago
game. Any place. Single or to-
gether. Call Pliver, 2138-W. 30-1
WANTED-Two tickets for Chicago
. game. Call McBride, 240-M. 30-2
WANTED-4 or 2 tickets to Chicago
game. Call 1842-W. 30-2
MISCELLANEOUS
HIGHEST PRICES paid for your old
clothes. Phone 1981-W and we will
call at your convenience. 27-12
WILL THE gentleman who took over-
coat by mistake from third, floor S.
W. of U. Hall please return to or
notify owenr. P. Gillette. 805 E.
Huron St. Phone 1462-W. 30-2
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Rebuilt Remington, Un-
derwood and other typewriters. Also
new Fox Portable Typewriters. " $50.
Phone Marston, 1951-R. 555 Pack-
ard. 30-6

This includes both Plain and Fur-trimmed
Models. The Coats are large wrappy styles
with Large Cape Collars, some Fur-trimmed.
The Furs used are Coon, Australian Opos-
sum, Seal and Australian Coney. Sale starts

FOR SALE - Gibson Mando-Cello
practically new. Cheap. Call Ellis,
633-J. 27-6
FOR BERT
FOR RENT - Housekeeping apart-
ment; two front rooms, steam heat,
hot and cold running water. Near
campus and down town. Inquire,
1207 Willard. 30-3

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