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The Michigan Daily, 1920-11-18

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rHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ENU*AGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mary Elaine Miller, '20, to Donald Er-
AT ALPHA XI DELTA pelding, '22D, was made recently at
the Alpha Xi Delta house. Mr. Er-
pelding is a member of the Xi Psi Phi
Announcement of the engagement of fraternity.
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AT THE THEATERS
TODAY

NEWBERRY TEA ROOM TO,
SERVE DINNERS AND LUNCHES
In addition to the luncheon and tea
room service the Newberry Tea room
from now on will serve regular lunch-

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es and dinners. These may be paid GIRLS ATTENTION! Rainwater
for separately or at the rate of 13 shampoos, marcel waving, manicur-
meals a week for $6.50. Lunch is ing, face and scalp treatment. Wigs
served from 11:30 to 1 o'clock and for rent at Mrs. J. R. Trojanowski's,
dinners from 5:30 to 6:30 o'clock. 1110 S. University, side entrance.
Sunday dinners is at 1 o'clock. Phone 696-W.-Adv.

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AS YOU GREET
YOUR FRIENDS
they'll know you are surely
having a good time if you are
riding in one of our up to
date autos. We furnish cars
of all kinds for trips of all
kinds. Well equipped, speedy
and with skillful drivers.
Don't cost nearly as much as
the pleasure is worth. Phone
us when to come and how
many are going.
CITY TAXI - Phone 280

Screen
Majestic -- James Oliver Cur-
wood's great story, "Nomads
of the North."
Arcade - Dorothy Dalton in an
Adolph Zukor production,
"Half an Hour."
Wuerth-Earl Williams in "The
Purple Cipher."
Orpheum-Priscilla Dean in that
mammouth screen classic,
"The Virgin of Stamboul."
THIS WEEK
Stage
Garrick (Detroit)-Barney Ber-
nard in "His Honor Abe Pot-
ash," that Montague Glass
farce with the original New
York cast.

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Schumacher Hardware Company.
308-10-12 South Main Street - A Store~ of Individual Shops

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This is Children's Book Week at Schumacher's

LAST TIME TODAY

IBOOKS FOR ALL CHILDREN

Schubert
Hampden
House."

(Detroit) - Walter
in "Servant in the

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Children Should Read More Books
Look over the List Below-and select

EARL

WILLIAMS

"The Purple

Cipher"

ADDITIONAL FEATURES

SUNSHINE COMEDY

KINOGRAMS

Orchestra and Organ Music

Forum discussions for today at New-
berry hall are as follows: "'Political
Problems, 3 o'clock, Frances Eaton,
'23,chaiman;"Child, Labor," r 4
o'clock, Josephine Triplett, '21, chair-
man; "Freshman Standards," 4:30 1
o'clock, Doris Sprague, '22, chairman;!
Marguerite Chapin, '20, speaking.
A Wyvern metting will he held at
7:15 o'clock tonighttat thegPi Beta
Phi house. The initiates will give a
stunt for the older members.
Stylus will meet at 8 o'clock tonight
at the Delta Delta Delta house.
Swimming classes at Barbour gym-
naasium have begun. All who have
registered should report.
The beginners' dancing class meets
at 5 o'clock this afternoon.
All girls who have been taking
quoits or walking for their outdoor
gymnasium work and who have not
seen Dr. Eloise Walker should do so
at once.
Girl Reserve leader's training class
will meet at 7 o'clock Thursday night
in Newberry hall.
The freshman-sophomore hockey
game will be played at 3 o'clock Fri-
day afternoon. The junior-senior
game will be played at 3:30 o'clock
Friday. Girls must be at the field'
promptly.
All fees for swimming at the city
Y. M. C. A. should be paid between 2
and 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon,
Nov. 18, at Barbour gymnasium.
The third hygiene lecture will be
held at 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon.

The Pearl and the Pumpkin
Denslow's-Scarecrow & Tin Man
Denslow's-Night Before Xmas
Denslow's-One-Ring Circus
Chatterbox-Cats and Dogs
Chatterbox-Books and Birds
Chatterbox-Picture Book
Chatterbox-Stories and Puzzles

Peter Rabbit

Gulliver's Travels
Arabian Nights

Cinderella

The Elba Dolbear See

Uncle Wiggley

Toyland and Dolldom
Sunny Rhymes
Ragged Arm
Funny Animals
Kitty Cat Stories
Some One Like You
Three Little Kittens
George Washington
Alice in Wonderland

Billy Bounce

The Little Red Hen

Mother Goose

Fuzzy Bear

From Me to You

Grimm's Fairy Tales

Robinson Crusoe

Puss in Boots

COME IN AND GET YOURS WHILE THE STOCK IS COMPLETE

Christmas Stories
My Puppy Dog

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ADMISSION SCHEDULE
AULTS ... ............25e MATINEE.........2:00, 8:30
CHILDREN . .............. 10c ETENING .......... 7:00, 8:30

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

Phone Orders
Promptly Filled

Mail Orders
Promptly Filled

A BiacKton Productioni
The House of the
ToIin~ Bel

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EST. 1857

THIS THIS
COLUMN'COLUMN
CLOSES CL S
AT D3VPE R TT 3 P. Nml,

Thanksgiving Sale

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Saturday on Division St. near
William, gentleman's gold wrist
watch, American movement. $5.00
reward. Address W. A. Bowers, 226
W. Ridgeland Ave., Oak Park, Ill.
36-3
LOST-Gruen wristlet watch between
the Majestic theater and 1520 S. Un-
iversity, Thursday evening. Reward
offered. Call 2325. 37-3
LOST--Will small boy who held my
heavy weather sweater at Fall games
return it to 924 Oakland or phone
920-R. Reward. . 38-1
LOST-On or near campus or in Wat-
erman Gym, Tuesday. afternoon, bill-
book, containing $22 and miscel-
laneous receipts. Finder please call
1257-R. Reward. 39-3
LOST-0 in. K. & E. Slide Rule. Name
in gold on 'leather case, also in-
itials on runner. Finder please call
2574. Reward. Robert Everett. 37-2
LOST--Hamilton watch on Ferry field
with Initials F. G. F. on back. Re-
ward if returned to F. G. Fitzpat-
rick, 1015 E. Huron or phone 397.
39-3
FOUND- Large collie, heavy coat,
sable back, white collar and feet.
Answers to name of Jack. Apply at
517 E. Ann or call 1314-W. 39
LOST-Black and tan airedale, ans-
wering to name Jingo. Name plate
and license 805 on collar. Reward
if returned to 608 E. Madison. 39
LOST-Watch chain with two lab keys
attached. Floyd O. Brown, 523 E.
Washington. Phine 810. 37-3
LOST - Green leather pocketbook.
Last week. Return 604 So. State.
Initials S. E. W. 37-3
LOST-J-Hop purse Saturday A. M.
Please leave at Daily office or call
2730. 38-1

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Lower part of Conklin foun-
tain pen. Finder please call 2246-J.
38-1
FOUND-A black and red cap on Fer-
ry Field. Phone 2642-R. 38-1
FOR RENT
FOR RENT -Typewriters. All new
machines. Graham's Book Stores.
39-6
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Old German Violin. C.
Beny, 1317 Washtenaw. 37-2
WANTED
WANTED-Single room west of cam-
pus. Call 313-R and leave address
and telephone number. 38-2
WANTED-Heated garage-vicinity of
Engineering Bldg. Box B. C., Daily
39-2
WANTED-Stenographic work for aft-
ernoons.- Winifred S. Wilson, 1501
Washtenaw. Phone 251. 39-2
MISCELLANEOUS
TO MICHIGAN RESIDENT STU-
DENTS-Well known Detroit Bank-
ing firm is desirous at this time to
acquire certain information through-
out the State which we believe can
be obtained through the U. of M.
student body. Only qualification,
student must be able to furnish A-1
reference from home community as
to general character. Liberal com-
pensation to right parties. P. 0.
Box 1335, Detroit, Mich. 38-1
THOSE STUDENTS wishing washing
done, please drop card to Robert
Barnard, R. R. 8, Ann Arbor, and
washing will be called for. 37-5
HIGHEST PRICES paid for your old
clothes. Phone 1981-W and we will
call at your convenience. 27-12'

The picture of the Freshman spread
committee will be taken at 12 o'clock
Thursday, Nov. 18, at Corbitt and
Hamilton's studio on State street.
39 GIRLS OF '24
MAKE GLEE CLUB
Freshman Girls' Glee club has been
organized for the year under the di-
rection of Miss Nora Crane Hunt.
The officers of the club elected yester-
day afternoon are Janet Smith, presi-
dent; Louise Graham, secretary-treas-
urer; Evelyn Cook, librarian. Meet-
ings of the club will be held at 4:30
o'clock Monday afternoons in Barbour
gymnasium.
The following girls are members:
Ruth Barnes, Lois Barr, Katherine
Beardslee, Norma Bowbur, Evelyn
Cook, Elizabeth Duflield, Evelyn Evans.
Doris Gilliams, Louise Graham, Erm-
ine Hackbarth, Elizabeth Halfert,
Sadyebeth Heath, Harriet Hollon.
Laura Hyde, Helen Kemp, Martha
Kirkpatrick, Shirley Lawton, Amelia
Longobarde, Irene Lutz, Lucile Mag-
nusen, Florence Meretsky, Mary Mc-
Auliffe, Beatrice Plimpton, F. Marjorie
Poundstone, Dorothy Prohaske, Page
Rowe, Lillian Scher, Thelma Sly, Janet
Smith, Frances Stewart, Tennie Vad-
en, Dorothy Westphal, Virginia White,
Faye Wight, Mary Wood, Kathryn
Woodward, Edna Wonderlic, Dorothy
Wylie, Alma Young.
REGISTER
Tonight is the last chance to enroll
;n the advanced or married couples'
dancing class conducted by Miss Moses
in the Nickels' Arcade Dance Hall.
The first lesson will he eiven toniht
q.nd no one will be admitted after the
term begins. Priva+e lessons by an-
pointment. Phone 1545-W. 39

of Coats

1-2 off

12 off

This is Your Opportunity to Purchase a Win-
ter Coat at just Half what You Expected to Pay
for it. These are All New Models, Made in the
Latest Styles and Colors, and Trimmed with F Ur*
Fancy Stitching, or Large Buttons, or Severely

Plain, as You wish.

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