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THE MICHIGAN DAILY ________

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STUDENT TO SELL-Man with or
without selling experience to become
associated locally with big banking
institution Not necessary to have
had bankin g or selling etperience;
we teach you in daily sale., meetings
conducted ny trained men and by per-
sonal assistance working as a junior.
You will start earnfing at once- while
learning. $30.00 and more weekly not

at all uncommon. Come in and talki
it over-see what other part time men
are doing, then decide. See Fred E.
Fox, 703 First National Bank Build-
ing, '9 to 11, mornings or phone 418-W
for appointment. Guaranty Fin-
ance Corporation. E. D.
Bleck's Orchestra engagements now
open. Phone 2485-R or 1184-M.--Adv.

*L*YN DO N & COM PANY
-EsT. 1905 -.
719 North University Avenue
Are you going to take pictures today?
Better bring the filmsc here for develop-
ing and printing. Your pictures get

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WUfomen
Th~e Freshman Girls' Glee club will
have its Michiganensian picture taken
at 11:30 o'clock today at Rents chel-
er's.
The University Girls' Glee club will.
meet at 12 o'clock today at Rentschel-
er's for its Michiganensian picture. .
The Wyvern picture will be taken at
12:45 o'clock Tuesday at Corbett and
Hamilton's studio.
Regular schedules for basketball
have been arranged as follows : Soph-
omores at 5 o'clock on Mondays; Jun-j
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'elpck on Wednesdays.
Swimming classes at Barbour gym-
nasium have begun. All who have!

?tiRIEST

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Home of Sweet and Purity
Always Fresh

Tbe Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $625,000.00
Resources .........$x,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.

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PARCEL

SERVICE

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

-Free

802 S. Main

Phone 474-W

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We Pack, Wrap and Mail
CANDIES AND BOlE!
To All Parts of the W(
NO TROUBLE TO ''

SCHOOL
OF DANCING
if you can walk, you can dance
after four privatew lessons with
.MLLE.
JEANETTE KRUSZKA
OR
PHILIP MILLER, 123
LET US PROVE THE FACT
For Appointment Call
PHONE 2308-R
Between Hours 12.2
OR AT THE STUDIO
324 E. HURON
Two Blocks West of High School

# 3f AM ANA SEYFRI

JustLeave Your

I

ORDER, ADDRES POSTA
then forget it-we do the
ABSOLUTELY SAFE

DIAMONDS
A Gift of Beauty
Is Joy Forever.
Also a Fine Investment.

No Extra

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BETSY RO&I
CANDIES

LI'.. i~.4I'J.~ 9~I~~registered should report.l
tonldate methods. 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
__________________________________________"1________ as possible. (
:. All upperclass men taking elective
C work i gymnasium are requred to
^ °"°-r have a locker ticket and to be examin-
= 1 LKN ed by the Health service.
' Dancing classes have begun. Be-
ginners will meet regularly at 5 o'clock
" Thursday afternoons. The advanced
class will meet at 5 o'clock Wednes-
day afternoons.
?HOCKEY TEAMS HOLD "WEENME"
ROAST AT FORESTRY FR
I"
All members of the first and se-1
ond hockey teams are invited to a'
"weenie roast to be held this after-
I ' -noon at the forestry farm. The car
leaves the interurban station at 2:48
o'clock. Those girls who can come
should report to their team captains:
-Freshman captain, Maran 'Wllis,
o = 299-W; sophomore, Elsa Qssen, 257;
SS junior, Elsie Townsend, 2597; senior,
cmo Katrina Schermerhorn, 251. The cap-:
tains should report all names toth
hockey manager, Elsie Townsend, 22.
- = DANCING CLASS ESTABLISHED
="~ = UNDER AUSPICES OF LEAGUE'
. -*' =. Women who wish to enroll for class-
es in dancing to be given by W. J.
= Ryan, under the auspices of the Wom,-
h 1 aniksgiving is a 'gOod time to give en's league, are asked to sign up at
: i the office of the dean of women. Aletha
j( 7 Yerkes, '21, will be in the league rooms
SY W H TA1 in Barbour gymnasium from 4 to 6
_ _" o'clock Monday afternoon to give
4 ,further ;information concerning the
=class and to take subscriptions. One
LeUave your order. for mailing or = dollar will be the price of the first
delivery. We ,have the candy four lessons which will begin Satur-
--in stock ready foryo. The time limit for signing up i st
-at 6 o'clock Monday afternoon.
- - Dean Jordan to Entertain Chaperones
324 SOUTH STATE STREET= Dean Myra B. Jordan will entrtain
C the sorority chaperones and dormitory
~ AN SOTH ~ ~ VN~J~ Iheads at ta from 3,.30 to 600 o'clock
FAST ND SUTH Y VE++lv- Moday afternwn at her home on Hill
= CI street. Mrs. Maren L. Burton, Miss
- ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 P QCAN lenrShTREEadTisHee BN
- hop will receive with ]Kr. Jordan.
TSquare Rtertins Wome Engieers
T-square entertained all the women
flITHIS of the Engineering and Architectural
CLOSES Brbour gymnasium. Dean Myra B.
[ ! I C OLUMN colleges at tea Saturday afternoon in
A si 8&QSES Jordan, Mrs. Mortimer E. Cooley, Myis.
A DV ERT 1SI N OC AT 3 Ps.M William 11. Butts, Mrs. Emil Lorch,
+ and Miss Camilla Green poured.
FOB ASE. LST AD FUNDFor live progressive up-to-date ad-
FOR SAJE LST AD FUNDvertising us The Michigan Dal.-'
FOR 8ALD--New Fox Portable Type- LOST - One pair medium length Adv
writers, $5.00; especially suited to 'brown kin gloves in University hall, ,
students' work. Also rebuilt Stand- * Saturday -morning. 'Finder please -___.,,___'....__
ar ypewriters. Phone Marston, call 227-. 42-3 rF"'
1951-Rt. 555 Packard. 41-2 LOST-Psi Upsilon stick pin Thurs- U N IO N m
FOAPRALEl-Can Fl Tat Saxophorne day. Finder please retuii to Jq1 _

Schianderer & Seyfried
113 E. Liberty Street
Ann Arbor Michigan

1 5 NICKELS

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Xmas CrsBooklets, Leather Good,
M Books, Pennants, Mich. Pins, Fobs, Spoons, etc.
Find them at the ONLY
STUDENTS' SUPPLY" STORE_
Phone 1 160-R 1111 South University Aveni
Big. Reductions on all Gage Hats.neW o Ho e G o qsU d rw a
FulllineWoolHose Gloqs, nder ear ,
DALIG&MLEU

224 - 226

South

State Street

*1

Phone Orders Mail Orders
Promptly Filled Promptly Fillc
EST. 1857
All Silk and, Wool0Dresse,

1-2 off

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iV I7GiAL-{/ilAMW{f .[Ai Vi$95.00. Fine Set drawing instru-
ments, $30.00. Call 1198-J.' 4
Thompson. 40-3
FOR 4AL.-Reining~ y~rtr
* nnd'eI 4 '. r ult.' Best 'of-
ter takes it. al~t -r.'311 Thomp-
Rn:. 40-3
F~t S E- Vega. tuna-phone tenor
banjo, 11 inc'-h'eiad. I 4ecellent
' uidt on. 1 Bnnt, 34a. 42-1
WA T D-A card, writer, one who has
bad spmg eperiene 14 writing 4,q-
partment store' &ig i ItA l Mck &
Co.
WA114D-A man for part time work.
Call 1457-J between 10-12 A. M1. 41-3
yo ETFOR RENT -Typewriters.' All new
machines. Graham's Boo1x Stores.

E. Huron St. or cl 7- Ie
ward. _ all.....
LOST-_Beieeu William St.'and Peck-
a'r d, "cnd's Australian! Glo sum
neckpiece. Reawaro. +Gall75 ' !-
LOST--Bunch of k~yxes i olon ring.
Finder ple,,sa 9411" *ra~eT t 5666.
Reward '1
LOST-Black coin purse. cont~ulog
bill and silver. l4ewar4. F'I.A er
please call 152.' 42-1
LOST-A, pax? ot brawn kid gauntlets
Barbour' gymnasium. Please ioall.
1767 ,2.
FOR V *N
FO1 i ENT--Very desirable sulte tsr
two in private family. Two blocks
from campus.. No Qthor roomers.
Apply 821 Q04144d. ]?hone 376-J.
40-4
FOR RENT- Three rooms furnished,
suitable for light housekeeping. Half
block from campus, Address, Box
K., Daily. 41-3

DANCES

It surely seems like before the war -to have an announcement like this;
made. Silk and wool dresses at 1-2 price. 'It really doesn't seem possible,
does it? And yet it's true and they're real beauties, too. Tricotines, serges,
jerseys, and all the more popular'materials in all the newest shades and styles.
Let me tell you about a few of them:
A blue tricotine, made with waist in surplice style, -fastened with one
large button, has a skirt accordion pleated and trimmied with a wide pleated
frill down the side. A description does not do justice to the beauty of, this
little frock with its saucy frill standing out from thesides of the skirt. Red
leather forms the tiny narrow belt at the waistlipie.
. t
Blue tricotine, made with side panels heavily embroidered and trim med
with leather cut in fancy designs and sewed to ,the material is rarely lovely.
Iridescent beads make another navy blue gown, also of tricotine. Beads,
embroidery and fancy stitching all combine to make these dresses extremely
lovely.
The silk dresses are crepe de chines, georgettes, tricolettes, satins and
combinations of materials. Made in all the most popular. and new styles
and trimmed with :embroidery, beads, satins of contrasting shades. These
dresses are plain enough for an afternoon occasion or lovely enough for the
most formal affair.,

HAVE BEGUN

The discouraging tact that yau
are unable to dance graceful-
ly Will p robably restrain you
from attending yeur class
dances,
I Witll guarantee to teaoh you
all the modern dances grace-
fully and artistically in eight
lessons.
LE VERNE Me
HALSEY'S
ST D O WUERTH AC-E

(SECOND FLOOR)

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