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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The Kempt Music Studios--Piano, Michigan Daily liners bring re-
gan, and Voice Instruction. Es- sults.-Adv.
blished 1880. 312 S. Division St. --
hone 212-1.-Adv. Read The Daily for Campus News.

ORPHEUM

I

LAST TIMES
TODAY

The Shepherd
Of The Hills'
by Harold Bell
Wright

FOREIGN CUSTOMS
WomnenSHOWN AT CITY Y
Oriental decorations, costumes and
The Wyvern picture will be taken at refreshments characterized the "Mer-
12:45 o'clock Tuesday at Corbett and dy-Go-Round the Orient," yesterday
Hamilton's"studio. afternoon and evening at the city Y.
W. C. A.
Th~e class of 1923 baseball team and Guides in native costumes conduct-
hockey team will have their pictures ed the tours through the rooms, rep-
taken at 1:30 o'clock Saturday, Nov. resenting China, Japan, Turkey, Ar-
20, at Rentschler's studio. Middies, menia, Greece and India. Returned
bloomers, and black ties will be worn, missionary workers and foreign stu-
These pictures are for first teams dents explained their customs and
only. served appropriate refreshments to
the tourists. Chinese tea and odd
Regular schedules . for basketball Turkish confections were served in
have been arranged as follows: Soph- the rooms allotted to these two coun-
omores at 5 o'clock on Mondays; Jun- tries.
iors and seniors at 5 o'clock on Tues- The display was held under the au-
days; freshmen at 2 and 3 o'clock on spices of the world fellowship com-
Wednesdays. mittee of the city Y. W. C. A. for the
purpose of acquainting the public with
thei ork.

'The ,"Y" at Lane Hall
Good Home Cooked Meals
Prompt Service
Service Table d'Hote
Saturday and Sunday

WANTED-TWO STUDENTS AS REPRESENTATIVES
Well known banking firm desires part time services
of two students for specal remunerative work. Ex.
perlence unnecessary. Absolute honesty and best
of reference essential. Residents of state desirable.
In application give class, age, home address and brief
outline of any business experience. All replies held
strictly confidential.

Added Featore

"KISS ME

CAROLINE".

A CHRISTIE
COMEDY

"As Usual"

ADULTS 20c

KIDDIES lOc

FINGERLE'S
CAFETERIA'S
STATE STREET at the CAMPUS

A

wonderful assort-

ment of good things to
eat are waiting for you.

Pure food at low prices
at these distinctive
eating places

Aroade
Cafeteria

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.
Swimming classes at Barbour gym-
nasium have begun. All who have
registered should report.
The Women's Cosmopolitan club will
have its picture taken at 2 o'clock Sat-
urday afternoon at Spedding's studio.
Girls who can play the piano and
would like to play for folk dancing
are requested to call at Miss Wood's
office in Barbour gymnasium as soon
as possible.
All uppercIass men taking elective
work in gymnasium are required to
have a locker ticket and to be examin-
ed by the Health service.
Dancing classes have begun. Be-
ginners willimeet regularly at 5 o'clock
Thursday afternoons. The advanced
class will meet at 5 o'clock Wednes-
day afternoons.
The calss of 1922 baseball team, in-
stead of the class of 1921, will have its
picture taken at 12:15 o'clock today
at Rentschler's studio.
Women 's League
Throws A Party
Three star attractions featured yes-
terday's Women's league party. First
came the "Simp-foney Orchestra," at-
tired in costumes and equipped with
instruments which corresponded ex-
actly with the idea suggested by the
name. Several numbers by the whole
orchestra and a trombone solo which
taxed the wind of the performer and
the imaginations of the audience,
were included in this act.
Next the reporter was ushered into
the classic halls of "Wishagain" Univer-
sity for women. Deans Morgan, Suif-
finger, Cooty, Fawn and Skates were
in solemn conclave over the question
of admitting a member of another sex
into their institution. The students
came forth to show the social graces
for which they were famed. One girl
"spoke a piece," another sang, and
two gave dances, one of the modern
"aspen leaf variety" and the other of
true oriental technique.
Following these "stunts," W. J.
Ryan, teacher of dancing in the De-
troit public schools, demonstrated
modern dances as correctly and in-
correctly performed. Mr. Ryan pro-
poses to start a class in dancing un-
der the auspices of the Women's
league and a large number of wom-
en signed for the course.
DEAN JORDAN TO APPROVE
ALL DANCE CHAPERONES
Dean Myra B. Jordan has announc-
ed that chaperones for the Union on
Friday and Saturday nights, the Arm-
ory on Friday and Saturday nights
and the Packard on Saturday night
until Christmas, will be supplied and
approved through the office of the dean
of women.
Chaperones for tonight are: Union,
Miss Martha Hills; Armory, Mrs.
Mabel Cake, and Packard, Mrs. Walter
Sherman.

-r ad oman'

Read The Daily advertisements.-
Adv.

Win. Goodyear and Comliany's
32nd Anniversary Celebration
Coats at Less Than Cost

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Ho
CREArrW BY C1~

C~RAMDSronde

POST-OFFICE BOX 1335

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- DETROIT, MICHIGAN

Up The Stairs

C. J. FINGERLE

NICKELS ARCADE

I
THISTIS
COLUMN COLUMN
CLOSES CLOSES
ATSP. ADVER iSIN
AT P M.CD V E R T 1* 8 I-N G al AT 3'._M

I1lOT one bit exaggerated! We mean every
word of it when we say these coats are go-
ing at- less than cost. Our Coat stock is bigger
than it should be at this time of the season-that's
the reason for the reductions.
Except a few Sports Models every Coat in our
entire stock is included. There are all styles and
shades, many of which have luxuriant fur collars.
The smartest fabrics of the moment are well rep-
resented.
The most superb, perhaps, of the new de-
signs this year are fashioned from Fur Fabric, an
unusually pleasing imitation of Hudson Seal.
Collars and cuffs are of beaver, marten, grey

LOST AND FOUND
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-A green wool golf stocking;
near corner of Monroe and State Sts.
last Thursday evening. Leave at 622
Monroe. Reward. D. L. Bronson,
2612-J. 41-1
LOST-Hamilton watch on Ferry field
with initials F. G. F. on back Re-
ward if returned to F. G.bFitzpat-
rick, 1015 E. Huron or phone 397.
39-3
LOST- Log-Log slide rule. Initials
W. E. M. on case. Call Moore,
1079-W. Reward. 40-2
LOST-Between William St. and Pack-
ard, child's Australian Opossum
neckpiece. Reward. Call 754-M. 40-3
LOST-One long string black beads
last Friday night. Reward, call 595,
giving address. 40-2
LOST-Bunch of keyes on oblong ring.
Finder please call Frazer at 566.
Reward. 41-3
FOUND--Fountain pen. See W. P.
Rayner, 907 N. University or call
2272-W. 41-1
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Very desirable suite for
two in private family. Two blocks
from campus. No other roomers.
Apply 821 Oakland. Phone 376-J.
40-3
FOR RENT- Three rooms furnished,
suitable for light housekeeping. Half
block from campus. Address, Box
K., Daily. 41-3
FOR RENT --Typewriters. All new
4achines. Graham's Book Stores.
39-8

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-New Fox Portable Type-
writers, $50.00; especially suited to
students' work. Also rebuilt Stand-
ard Typewriters. Phone Marston,
1951-R. 555 Packard. 41-2
FOR SALE-Conn E Flat Saxophone,
$95.00. Fine set drawing instru-
ments, $30.00. Call 1198-J. 311
Thompson. 40-3
FOR SALE- Remington typewriter,
model 10. Not a rebuilt. Best of-
fer takes it. Call 1198-J. 311Thomp-
son. 40-3
FOR SALE-Yega tube-phone; tenor
banjo, 12-inch head. In excellent
condition. Call Bennett, 343. 40-2
FOR SALE-Two Choral Union course
tickets with May Festival coupon
attached. Call 1590-M. 40-2
WANTED
WANTED-Every University Student
to start a saving account with Hur-
on Valley Building & Savings Asso-
ciation. Can draw your money any
time and get 5 per cent from date of
investment. H. H. Herbst, Secy.,
Ann Arbor Savings Bank Building.
41-1
WANTED-A card writer, one who has
had some experience in writing de-
partment store signs. Apply Mack &
Co. 13
WANTED-A man for part time work.
Call 1457-J be'ween 10-12 A. M. 41-3
MISCELLANEOUS
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

squirrel, raccoon and Australian
These, too, go at less than cost.

op os sum.

(Second Floor)

DRESSES
C HARMING Dresses of Duve-
tyne will appeal particularly to
the college girl. They're original
designs, well made and very smart.
Others are of serge, tricotine, sat-
in, taffeta and charmeuse in the
most novel conceptions of the
present season. Our entire array
of Dresses (except Evening gowns
-already reduced) has been dis-
counted. Now
1-4Less
(Second Floor)

MILLINERY
T EVER "before have we shown
such a thoroughly wonderful
display of fall and winter Milli-
nery. There are Hats of every
size and shape that the season
favors - Hats for every type of
grl. And at the discount prices
we know of no better opportunity
for 'purchasing. Surely, none has
yet presented itself. Now
1-3 Les)
(Second Floor)

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now being charged in accord-
ance with notices to this effect
which have been given. Please
bring check or money in per-
son to The Daily office any time
between 8:30 and 5 o'clock.

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