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November 12, 1920 - Image 4

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FRIDAY - SATURDAY
J. STUART BLACKTON PRODUCTION
"F Vorbi~dd en

Valleyis
BJV Randolph C. Lewis

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Seniors who wish to take a freshman
to the Freshman Spread, Dec. 11, are
requested to sign . before Tuesday
noon, Nov. 16, on the bulletin board in
Barbour gymnasium.
Swimming 'fees and memberships
for the Women's Athletic association
will be taken from 2 to 4 o'clock Fri-
day afternoon, Nov. 12.
All girls who have been taking
quoits or walking for outdoor work
in gymnasium will report at 4 o'clock
Monday afternoon, Nov. 15, at Bar-
bour gymnasium for their indoor work.
University girls are needed to fill
a few vacancies on Monday and Fri-
day afternoons at the University and
Homoeopathic hospitals. Girls who
are interested in children or adult
work will please call at Newberry hall
as soon as possible.
Girls who signed up on their Y. W.
C. A. membership cards for any phase
of Y. W. C. A. work should call ai
Newberry hall immediately.
Final tryouts for the Freshman Girls'
Glee club will be held at 5 o'clock
Monday in room 204, School of Music.
Altos are especially needed. Tryouts
for accompanist will be held at the
same time.
All members of Girls' Glee club will
please be present for community ser-
vice meeting at 6 o'clock Sunday in
Hill auditorium.
The Personal Efficiency forum of the
Y. W. C. A. will meet at 4 o'clock,
Monday afternoon, at Newberry hall.
Miss Marian O. Wood, director of the
department of physical education, will
spea~k on "Physical Efficiency."
Women 's League
To Hold Party

ARE THEY 000
I'LL SAY THEY ARE

The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $625,000.00
Resources .........$5,000,000A0
Northwest tor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.

OUR SODAS
AND SUNDAES

FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH
Corner State and Liberty

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Last years customers
One half block South
of 66MAJ"

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THE
MICHIGAN STATE
TELEPHONE COMPANY
Is organizing classes to
teach the handling of
local and Long Distance
Calls. The work is partic-
ularly interesting as it
h consists of completing
calls not only within the
city, but to many other
cities In Michigan and
other states.
THE
SALARIES ARE ATTRACTIVE
Information concerning
these classes
can be secured at
The Telephone Office

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Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.

Good Writers for Every
Student

Eversharp Pencils
Sheaffer Fountain Pens
Sharp Point Pencils

TUTTLE'S
LUNCH ROOM
Crowded every meal
BUT
Room for All Out

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THE EBERBACH & SON CO.
200 - 204 EAST LIBERTY STREET

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A LARGE
BLACK WARDROBE
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13

ACCOUNT MICHIGAN - CHICAGO FOOTBALL GAME

Train No. 13 leaving Toledo at 10:00 A. M. will
leave Toledo at 11 :00 A. M., arriving at Ann Arbor at

STARRING
MAY McAVOY and
BBRUCE GORDON
SUNDAY -MONDAY - TUESDAY
BEBE DANIELS
IN
" YOU NEVER CAN TELL")

FRATERNITY
HOUSE PORTERS
NOTICE!
This Trunk may be Stored
away somewhere in your house
' TELEPHONE 1300

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All trains will have extra equipment on above

date.

HAROLD LLOYD in
"GET OUT AND GET UNDER"

A vaudeville show in which Helen
Elliott,"'23, will give an imitation of a
girl at the matinee, will feature the
Women's league party at 4:30 o'clock
this afternoon. There will also be
"stunts" of other kinds.
Singing will be led by the Glee and
Mandolin clubs. After the program
there will be the usual dance in the
gymnasium, and several new specialty
circle-dances are to be introduced.
Card games will also be started in the
the league rooms.
WOMEN'S HOCKEY
TEAMS SELECTED

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Train No. 53 due at Ann Arbor at 4:32 P. M. going
north will wait at Ferry Field if necessary until the game is
finished.

Phone Orders
Promptly Filled

Mail Orders
Promptly Filled

'TRIS
COLUMN
CLOSES
AT3P. M.

ADVERTISIN

THIS
COLUMN
CLOSr.S

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WANTED

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kNTED-A room southeast of cam-
us for Friday and Saturday nights!
Vov. 12 and 13, by an alumnus and'
Nife. Address Box B. B., care Daily
)ffice. 32-2
kNTED-Student with clock repair-
ng experience for two or three
tours work a day. Mail applica-
ions to Box 1000, care Michigan
)aily , 31-3
LNTED-Several tickets for Chica
o game. Call Speer, 943-M, or 717
)akland. 324
kNTED -- Whitney Hotel. Nigbt
nan 12:00 to 7:00 A. M.t$35.00 per
nonth. 32-3

Four women's class hockey teams
LOST AND FOUND have been chosen. The freshman and
Junior teams will practice at 4 o'clock
LOST - Brown sneepskin coat with this afternoon while the sophomore
grey fur collar. Fresh lit toque in
pocket. Taken from West Hall dur- and senior teams will hold their first
ing a Nine o'clock class Thursday. workout at 10:30 o'clock Saturday
Reward and no questions asked if 1 morning. The following girls made
returned to 522 Monroe or leave at the freshman and junior teams:
Daily oce. ff1 34-3 Tuniors-Marion Willis, Dora Har-
ris, Evelyn Naylor, Katherine Wood-
LOST-Drawing board,instruments ward, Vera Stock, ,Catherine Snyder,
and case. Reward to the finder. Vir-
gil Potts, 1224 'Washtenaw Ave. Dorothy Knoepp, Esther Uddenberg,
Phone 670-R. 34-2 Susan Fitch, Pauline Pickett, and Ten-
. 1 nie Vaden. Second team-Lucretia

EST. 1857

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All

Coat~s

and

Suits

LOST- atph with fountain attached.
On So Ingalls' between Washington
and Huron. Jack Kennard. Call
855-J. 34-2
LOST-Sheaffer fountain pen. In or
between Chemistry build~ing and
Barbour gym. Return to G. Putnam,
607 Hill. 1118-W. 34-2,

Brewer, Edith Milnes, E. Viola Alle-
man, Ruth Snyder, Winnona Hibbard,
Marjorie Rosecrans, Mary Wood, Mary
Vivian Ziliak, Mary Wiley, Florence
Rankin, and Vera Kaden.
Freshman team-Selma Mueller,
Evelyn Rockwell, Elsie Townsend,

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LNTED- Rooms for
aturday nights of this
484.

Friday and
week. Call
32-2

NTED-From one to
>r the. Chicago game.
on, 2299-M

four tickets
Call Han-
32-4

ANTED-One or two tickets for Chi-
sago game. Any location. Call
'owan, 392-W. . 34-2
aNTED-TW .or four Chicago tick-
ts. Call Sanborn or Crane, 1328.
4-2

Doris Sprague, Adelle Zimmerman,
LOST-Fountain Pen, last week be- Madelyn Kirkpatrick, Leota Clark,
tween 915 Monroe St. and University lieJohnson
Hall. Pleaseleave at above number ice , Marion Trick, Frances
or call 851-J. Reward. 33-2 Weimer, and Helen Bishop. Substitu-
-tes-Elizabeth Griswold, Hazel Storz,
LOST-Gn State St. $50.00 bill. Re- !Theckla Wermuth, Louise De Kraper,
ward. If finder will kindly return Mrae ek n sbleWl
to 1116 Washtenaw Ave. 1283. 4-2 argarete , sab
_______- --stein.
LOST--Diamond shaped Michigan seal
pin set with pearls. Reward. 'Re-j Get a nice fresh box Gilbert's, Web-
turn to E. Roberts, 1017 Hill St. 33- er's, or Doilyr Varden Chocolates at
-_____ _____- -Cushing's Phiarmacy.-Adv.
LOST-On State St., or on campus,
nde caountn pen without Page and Shaw Chocolates. Tice's
Drug Store,'117 So. Main St.--Adv.
Tmmm Adv.

Including all our New Models in the Latest

Shades and most favored materials.

ANTED--Furnished room for3
led couple over this week end.

mar-
Call
34

ANTED- Two tickets for Chicago
game. Call 449-F2. 32-41
ANTED-Several tickets for Chicago
game. Call 668-8. 33-2
'ANTED-Help-Need one ticket to
Chicago game. Call 2217-M. 33-2
ANTED - Two tickets to Chicago
ganie. Call 962-M. 33-2,
ANTED-Three tickets for Chicago1
game. Call Sims, at 1165-W. 34k
ANTED-Several tickets for Chica-
go game. Call 668-R. 34-2
ANTED-Tickets to Chicago game.
Phone 2328-5. 524 Linden. 34-21
ANTED - Two tickets-for Chicagof
game. Call 1842-W. 341

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seat ticket. Cal'296'9-M.

34-2

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
FOR SALE-One multiplex Portable
Hammond Typewriter, regular $120:
for $75, nearly new and several sets
of type. Call 936-W. 83-3
FOR SALE-Two tickets for Rach-
maninoff concert, main floor, row Q,
west side. Phone 1766-3. 33-2

The Coats are large wrappy effects with Cape
Collars, either Fur-Trimmed or Plain, made with
Loose, Full Sleeves. Some with Fur Cuffs.
The Suits are made with long coats, many fur
trimmed, narrow belts as well as long sash ends

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BIG

REDUCTION
On Custom - Tailored
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
A Iterations and Repairing
carefully attended to
Albert Gansic, Tailor

are shown.

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(SECOND FLOOR

MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT
GHEST PRICES paid for your old FOR RENT-Warm front suite, reas-
:lothes. Phone 1981-W and we will onable. Available for occupancy,
;all at your convenience. 27-12 Nov. 15. 518 Hill St. 34-8

113 South Main Street
Second Floor

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