THE MICHIGAN DAILY
w is the time to order your PER- The Kempf Music Studios-Piano, _______________________
AL CHRISTMAS CARDS. Engrav- Organ, and Voice Instruction. Es-
ind Embossing. 0. D. Morrill, 17 tablished 1880. 312- S. Division St
el's Aaricade.-Adv. Phone 212-J.-Adv.
one at Dexter, Wednesday night.
lv. Read The Daily for Campus News.
tively guaranteed to do away with
that blue feeling. Music, games, and
stunts will go to make up an unus-
isl yetgam the exact nature of~
J. L. CHAPMAN
JEWELER AND OPTOMUETRIST
The Store of Rellablity & Satisfaction
113 South Mtain Street
kNN ARBOR, - - . M~ICHICIAN
--or a skirt t
f you want a-
ning luse _
to go with the blouses you have
or a suit or frock -- you'll want
)W that we're holding an
n force practically throughout our, entire
se changes, price-lowerings,. in the mar- c
ecessary for us to reduce the prices ofE
swhich we now have on hand.=
ortunity ! The savings are great !
q0W, you'll find the same splen-
that. is usual at rgular prices !
ing you're -going to want for the rest of c
re season in tis sale! c
'n Liberty Streets
A61I67-Faust Selections-Part 1
Read The Daily for Campus News.
Faust Selections-Part 2 (Gounod-Moses) $1.50
A2989-'That Naughty Waltz (Levy), Eddie Brown
Your Eyes Have 'Told Me So (Blaufuss). . $1l.00
DECEMBER: COLUMBIA RECORDS
A3305-I Want to Know Where Tosti Went
When He Said Good-Bye (Smith)
Get Up (Bowers)..................$1.00
Art Hickman's Orchestra
If a Wish Could Make It So.............$1.00
Art. Hickman's Orchestra
A2999-That Moanin' Melody.
Paul Biese Trio
Rose of Babylon.
Paul Biese Trio.......$1 .00
Ted Lewis- Jazz Band
The reductions are iri
stocks -- and becau:
kets, have made it ni
Ted Lewis Jazz Bandk..... .$1.00.
LORNA DOONE JACKSON, OPERATIC STAR IN "CARMEN" (IN ENG-
LISH), AT THE WHITNE~Y THEATER.. SATURDAY NIGHT.
It's a rare opp+
If you come N'
Hurry! Buyv everyt
AT 3P. M.
The Wyvern picture will be taken at
12:45 o'clock Tuesday at Corbett and
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
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
All upperclass men taking elective
work in gymnasium are required to
have a locker ticket and to be examin-
ed by the Health service.
Athena Literary society will hold a
short business meeting promptly a
7:15 o'clock tonight.
Regular rehearsal of the University
Girls' Glee club will be held at 4:30
o'clock this afternoon.
University Y. W. C. A. cabinet mem-
bers will meet at 4:30 o'clock today in
The'elective classes, including
freshman basketball, playground
work, and aesthetic dancing will not
be held on Wednesday afternoon, Nov.
Junior and senior basketball prac-
tice will be held at 5 o'clock this aft-
Miss Harriet Taylor will address
University women at 3 o'clock today
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
All Junior girls who are interested
in writing lyrics and music for the
Junior Girls' play meet in Barbour
gymnasium at 4:30 o'clock today. All
girls, whether experienced in writing
or not, are urged to come if interested
in this type of work.
M4EET PICTURES WANTEDI
Anyone having pictures of thef
Iinterscholastic track meet last
spring is asked to call Robert
Sage, '22, at 1460. These are
Iurgently wanted for publication.
League To Vanish
No more need the freshman girl
dread Thanksgiving day as a long and
woeful stretch - when the homesick
jinxes are to be allowed free rein. Nor
is it to be a time when the bored up-,
per classman sits and bemoans the
Friday classes which make impossi-
ble that contemplated trip home.
This year the Women's league is
going to give a party which is posi-
Old Pal, Why Don't You Answer Me?.... .$1 .00
A3303-Jinga-Bula-ing-Jing. Tenor solo
Nobody to Love.
Tenor solo........... .$1.00
A2997--The Japanese Sandman.
Japanese Sandman............ ...... . $1.00
Prompt, Accurate Service
Drawings and tabularfornis our specialty
Let Us Bid on Your Work
ALLMENDINGER MUSIC SHOP
N or a Bayes
120-122 EAST LIBERTY STREET
Ann Arbor, Mich.
You're Just as Beautiful at Sixty as You
were at Sweet Sixteen.
Nora Bayes... .$1.00
LOST AND FOUJND
L~OS'In Natural Science Auditor-
urn, Barbour Gymnasium, or in U-
Hall, a brown purse containing
bills, and a check which owner can
identify. Finder please call 475 and
receive reward. 43
LOST-Black leather pocketbook on
No. Univ. Finder please return to
Mrs. Gordon M. Clark. 1112 Wash-
tenaw Ave. and receive reward.
Phone 993-J. 431
LOST- Gold bar pin in Nickel's Ar-
cade or on William St., between'
State and Division. Name on back.
Phone 116. Reward. 43-3
COST-Psi Upsilon stick pin Thurs-
day. Finder please return to 1001,
E. Huron St. or call 1704-R. Re-
,OST-Between William St. and Pack-
ard, child's Australian Opossum
neckpiece. Reward. Call 754-M. 40-3
COST-J-Hop pocketbook containing
Union card and about $6.00 in cash.
Finder please return to Daily. Re-
F'OR RENT-Very desirable suite for
two in private family. Two blocks
from campus. No other roomers.
Apply 821 Oakland. Phone 376-J.
FOR RENT-Three rooms unfurnish-
ed, suitable for light housekeeping.
Half block from campus. Address
Box K, Daily. 43-3
FOR RENT -Typewriters: All new
machines. Graham's Book Stores.
FOR RENT-Front suite, seven blocks
from campus. Call 806-W. 42-2
WANTED - By experienced steno-
graphed, poistion in office or pri-
vate secretarial work. Best refer-
ences. Call 1957-R between 12 and
1:30 P. M. 43-7
WANTED-A card writer, one who has
had some experience in writing de-
partment store signs. Apply Mack &
WANTED-A man for part time work.
Call 1457-J between 10-12 A. M. 41-3
THE PARTY who took the leather
note book from the men's lavoratory
on the first floor of the Science
Bldg., Monday morning at 10 o'clock,
was recognized. He will avoid furth-
er trouble by leaving it, and its con-
tents at Graham's Book Store, Fast
University Ave. H. M. 43-2
WE HAVE several vacant places at
Failing's Boarding House now. If you
aren't eating anyplace regular call
around and get one. 714 Monroe.
20 Per Cent Discount on All
Silk Hosery and Underwear
DARLING & MALLEAUX
224.226 SOUJTH STATE STREET 7 NICKELS ARCADE"
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DST-Gold Hamilton Watch.
ials G. F. C. Liberal reward.
374 or 806 Hill St.-
_OST -- Female English Bull dog.
Lucas County, Ohio, tag. Please call
,ST-Bunch of keyes on oblong ring.
Finder, please call Frazer at 566.
.OST-Theta Phi Alpha pin. Friday
night. Reward. Sylvia Hasbein.
,OST-A pair of brown kid gauntlets
Barbour gymnasium. Please call
,OST-A Michigamua pin. Please re-
turn to Daily Office. Box G. B. 43-2
IL THE fellow who exchanged hats
with me Sat. evening at Presbyter-
Ian Social, please call W. A. Blair,
WILL THE person who took package
containing three suits of underwear,
by mistake from table in basement
of Union, Saturday, please notify
F. R., Post Office Box 155. Re-
WILL PERSON who took wrong um-
brella in Tappan Hall Monday, call-
"'EAT AT THE CASTLE"
Cor. 11111 and State
$5.50 MEAL TICKET
$7.00 PER WXEEK