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rHE MICHIGAN

DAILY

"

UGH WILL SPEAK TO LOCAL
ON "AMPLER PURITANISM"

delivered at Plymouth, England, on
the tercentennial commemoration of
the departure of the Pilgrim fathers
for America. Dr. Hough, who has
spoken in Ann Arbor on previous oc-
casions, has for several summers past

Dr. Lynn Harold Hough, former.y
president of Northwestern university,
and at present pastor of the Central
M. E. church in Detroit, will give the
Wesleyan guild lecture at 7:30 o'clock
Sunday evening in the Methodist
church. His .subject, "The Ampler
Puritanism," is the same address he

preached in the large churches
England.
Michigan Daily liners bring
sults.-Adv.

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for the
HOLIDAY PARTIES
You know
AN OCCASIONAL BOUQUET
KEEPS RIVALS AWAY
GOODHEW FLORAL CO.
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YOU SEE A TEMPTING
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ligence to see what it means: see whether it is genuine
economy or a common "sale" trick.
Don't be rushed into buying. Remember what you've
learned about clothes, how to get full value and com-
plete satisfaction.
Quality is the answer. WILD'S good custom-tailored
clothes give it to you. You can't really economize
any other way. Our prices are being reduced in ac-
cordance with replacement values.
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The class of 1923 baseball team and
hockey team will have their pictures
taken at 1:30 o'clock Saturday, Nov.
20, at Rentschler's studio. Middies,
bloomers, and black ties will be worn.
These pictures are for first teams
only.
The class of 1921 baseball team will.
have its picture taken at 12:45 o'clock
Saturday, Nov. 20, at Rentschler's
studio.
Regular schedules for basketball
have been arranged as follows: Soph-
omores at 5 o'clock on Mondays; jun-
iors and seniors at 5 o'clock on Tues-
days; freshmen at 2 and 3 o'clock on
Wednesdays.
The playground course will be held
at 4 o'clock on Wednesdays.
There will be a meeting of the board
of directors of the Women's league at
9:30 o'clock Saturday morning In Bar-
bour gymnasium.
CITY Y.W.C.A. TO
PORTRAY ORIENT

GIRLS ATTENTION! Rainu ater
shampoos, marcel waving, manicur-
ing, face and scalp treatment. Wigs
for runt at Mrs. J. R. Trojanowski's,
1110 S. University, side entrance.
Phone 696-W.--Adv.
The Kempt Music Studios -Piano,
Organ, and Voice Instruction. Es-
tablished 1880. 312 S Division St
Phone 212-J.-Adv.
Typewriters of leading makes for
sale or rent. 0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickel's
Arcade.-Adv.

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We are preparing the following
Delicious Specials for your
TH.ANKSGIVING DINNER

Cranberry Mousse
Carmel with Nuts
Turkey Moulds
Rabbit Moulds

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B3RIC.

"Merry-go-Round the Orient," an
entertainment of the city Y. W. C. A.,
will be staged under the management
of the world fellowship committee Fri-
day afternoon and evening. Begin-
ning at 2 o'clock, tours may be made
of rooms of the city Y. W. C. A. repre-
senting china, Japan, Korea, Armenia,
Greece, and India.
Foreign girls in their native cos-
tume will serve refreshments accord-
ing to their custom. No admission
will be charged and the exhibition will
be open to all. The entertainment will
be given expressly for the educational
value of acquainting the people with
the customs of foreign countries.
RYAN TO EXHIBIT
MODERN DANCING
An exhibition of right and wrong
methods of modern dancing by Mr.
Ryan, teacher of dancing at Central
high school in Detroit, will be a fea-
ture of today's League party, and will
follow the program of stunts, to com-
mence at 4:15 o'clock.
Mr. Ryan has a method of dancing
which he says will correct the awk-
ward steps and positions so often seen
in ball rooms and is endeavoring to
enroll students for a class which may
be under the auspices of the Women's
league. New dances lately featured in
the East will be part of Mr. Ryan's
program.
PARTIES SHOW WOMEN'S
INFLUENCE, SAYS MRS. WAITE
Women's influence in politics is
shown by the appearance of social
problems in party platforms, accord-
ing to Mrs. J. B. Waite in her talk to
the Y. W. C. A. forum on "Political
Problems," yesterday afternoon at
Newberry hall.
Mrs. Waite reviewed the history of
citizenship for women and explained
the 18th amendment expressing the
hope that women would not be govern-
ed by heredity in exercising the tran-
chise.
STUDIO
RECITAL
TO BE GIVEN BY
ALMA H. NORSWORTHY
Teacher of Expression
SATURDAY, N'VEMBER 20TH
AT 3:00 P. M.
PROGRAM
I
(a) "Little Boy Blue".
............Eugene Field
(b) "Bugle Song". ...
.........Alfred Tennyson
(c) "In School Days"......
.... Greenleaf Whittier
(d) "Lead, Kindly Light"..
........Cardinal Newman
II
"The Going of the White Swan"
......Sir Gilbert Parker
III
"Muleykeh"... Robert Browning
IV
"Mansie Wauch's First and Last
Play".......D. M. Moir
A cordial invtation Is extended
to all those interested
STUDIO
1113 COLLEGE STREET

Maple

Mousse

Cranberry Sherbet
ORDER NOW
THROUGH OUR DEALERS

ICE CREA

FOR SALE
FOR SALE--Two Choral Union course
tickets with May Festival coupon
attached. Call 1590-M. 40-2
FOR SALE-Conn E Flat Saxophone,
$95.00. Fine set drawing instru-
ments, $30.00. Call 1198-J. 311
Thompson. 40-3
FOR SALE-Yega tube-phone; tenor
banjo, 12-inch head. In excellent
condition. Call Bennett, 343. 40-2
WANTED
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
WANTED-Someone to assist in the
advertising department. Apply
Mack & Co. 13
WANTED-A card writer, one who has
had some experience in writing de-
partment store signs. Apply Mack R
Co. 13
FOR RFNT
FOR RENT-Very desirable suite for
two in private family. Two blocks
from campus. No other roomers.
Apply 821 Oakland. Phone 37-.T
40-3
FOR RENT -Typewriters. All new
machines, Graham's Book Stores.
39-6

LOST AND F
LOST- Log-Log slide
W. E. M. on case.
1079-W. Reward.

OUND

rule. Initials
Call Moore,
40-2i

LOST-One long string black beads
last Friday night. Reward, call 595,
giving address. 40-2
LOST-Between William St. and Pack-
ard, child's Australian Opossum
neckpiece. Reward. Call 754-M. 40-3
LOST-Unset ruby, cut oval. Reward.
Call 1126-M. 40-1
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
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
WILL THE fellow to whom I gave my
physics and notebooks while we were
seeing the team off please return
same to 1021 E. Huron, or call Raitt
at 481-R. Reward. 40-2
FOR SALE
FOR SALE- Remington typewriter,
model 10. Not a rebuilt. Best of-
fer takes it. Call 1198-J. 311 Thomp-
son. 40-3

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