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Sleep Anyplace 1lut
Eat at Rex's
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 ARBOR STREET
Near State and Packard

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YOU TELL 'EM, MAIN
STREET, THEY ALL
TAKE LIBERTY.

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PHONE 166

TVTTLE'S
LUNCH ROOM
Crowded every meal
BUT
Room for All Our

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TR UBEY
218 SOUTH MAIN
QUALITY ICE CREAM.

Caters to Fraternities and
Sororities

Last years customers
One half block South
of "MAJ"

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ORPHEUM
LAS'T TIMES TODAY

MISS TAYLOR ENDORSES
Ye WV C. As HEALTH WORK
DR. SARGENT'S PROGRAM PRAIS.
ED BY NATIONAL SEC-
RETARY
"One of the greatest educational
movements of China is the health
program," said Miss Harriet Taylor,
national Y. W. C. A. secretary in an
interview yesterday. "However great
it becomes we realize that the Uni-
versity of Michigan, through Dr. Clara
Sargent, '16M, laid the foundation."
Dr. Sargent has organized a school
in China for the benefit of this move-
ment, representing 19 provinces. Pic-
tures; charts, sterioptican slides are
features of the instruction. More than
22,000 Chinese women are in attend-
ance. Each year the University,
through the Y. W. C. A. raises money
for the support of Dr. Sargent in her
work.
According to Miss Taylor, many
new posts in international work have
been opened by the assolcation. Sec-
retaries are being sent for the first
time to the Malay peninsula, Singa-
pore, the Phillipines, Mexico City, and
Liberia. Ermina Fillingham, '16, a
University Y. W. C. A. secretary, will
represent the national association at
Singapore.
"The Y. W. C. A. is always welcome
in foreign countries," said Miss Tay-
lor in closing, "because it always goes
by invitation either from the united
church or by some government ap-
peal.
Miss Taylor recently returned from
the Y. W. C. A. world's conference in
Switzerland. She was decorated twice
during the war by the French govern-
ment for her services.

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Schumacher Hardware Company

ELECTRICAL GIFTS

Coffee Urns
Toasters
Grills
Irons

Percolators
Curling Irons
Chafing Dishes
Table Lamps

Floor Lamps
Egg Boilers
Heating Pads
Hoover Cleaners

308-10-12 South Main Street

A Store of Individual, Shops

Christmas Sugeslion

CRYSTAL ELECTRIC WASHERS

Frank Mayo in.

"The Red lane"

ALSO JACK DEMPSEY AND COMEDY

Schumracher's
First Floor Toyland - Brim Full of Toys
A FEW OF THE MANY:

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SKATES
SLEDS
DOLLS
GAMES
BOOKS
TRAINS

DOLL FURNITURE
DOLL BUGGIES
DOLL HOUSES
DRUMS
HORNS
SKIS

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AND

Constance Talmadge
"ln Search of a -Sinner'

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A HARROWING TALE

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An "oil can" she had wed for life
He knew not how to treat a wife.
He never gave this.girl a thril.
She wanted ,a sinner to fill the
bill.
SUCH A GOOD MAN COULD
NOT LIVE LONG.
III
The would-be sinner ne'er came
around
So she decided to run him down.
She dressed in a gown of the
vampire style.
Even tie belhop was shocked for
a while.
-- -SITE WAS IN A BACHELOR
APARTMENT.

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So after her hubby had passed
away,
She searched for a sinner both
night and day.
She captured a male in a swell
cafe
But this bird was careful and
flew away.
BUT THE WIDOW STILL
PURSUED HIM.
IV
Just what it took to meet her
need;
This sinner had-oh yes, indeed?
And whendshe learned, she thot
she'd faint.
Her sinner proved to be a saint.
OH SIN! WHERE IS THY
STING?

League To Give
Biig Thanksgiving
Enterta in men
Just as Thanksgiving dinner, with
its numerous and palate-tickling
courses, surpasses all other dinners
of the year, so will the party which
the Women's League is giving at 4
o'clock this afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium outshine all league par-
ties which have gone before.: The
turkey and dressing, to carry the sim-
ile still farther, will be furnished by
specialty acts from the famous Martha
Cook cabaret.
Anne Louise Mitchell, '21, president
of Masques, is in charge of the pro-
gram, or should it be menu? the mus-
ical numbers of which will be furn-
ished by Catherine Colcord, '21. In
one of the stunts, two maidens, one
unduly attenuated, ,the other overly
plump, will consult a quack doctor
about their respective states of
health. A ridiculous dance is another
feature of the performance.
There will be the usual dance in the
gymnasium, which has been especially
decorated in honor of the occasion.
Circle two-steps and marching will
add the "seasoning" to this part of the
entertainment. Card tables will be
started, and there will also be some
foolish games for those more frivol-
ously inclined. Ice cream cones will
be sold for refreshments.

STUFFED & WOODEN TOYS, MECNANIOAL TOYS, VELOCIPEDES, TRICYCLES, AU-
TOMOBILES, KIDDIE KARS' & ROCKING HORSES
Silverware, Carvillg Sets and Gas Ranges

Phone Orders
Promptly Filled

Mail Orders
Promptly Filled

- ALSO-

JOHNNY HINES
EXTRA - FRIDAY ONLY

in
- "THE

"TORCHY"
LOST CITY"

EST. 1857

THIS THIS
COLUMN LAV SIN D COLUMN
CLOSES CLOSES
AT3PM. D VE RT IS IN G A3P

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All

Silk

Lingerie

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-French blue-book with Eng-
lish to French exercises in it. Name
on outside. Please return to 321
E. Liberty or phone 1263-M. 44-2
LOST- Gold bar pin in Nicitel's Ar-
cade or -on William St., between
State and Division. Name on back.
Phone 116. Reward. 43-3
LOST-Person who found Mrs. Clark's
pocket book, keep $5 bill but please
mail pocket book and valued pie-
ture to Mrs. G. M. Clark, 1112 Wash-
tenaw. 45-1
LOST - In Arcade Theater, brown
pocketbook containing shell-rimmed
glasses. Kindly return to 609 Mon-
roe. Reward. 44
LOST-Black pocket wallet. In Eng-
ineering Bldg. or between there and
Hill St. Valuable to me. Reward.
Ramsdell at 1066-J. 45-2
LOST-Rhetoric theme, Tuesday aft-
ernoon. Finder is requested to leave
paper at office of Secretary Smith or
520 Linden St. 45-2
LOST-Theta Phi Alpha pin.sFriday
night. Reward. Sylvia Hasbein.
43-3
LOST -- Black umbrella with ring
handle. Was left in Room 210 of the
Library. Daily Box B. D. 45-2
LOST-A pair of brown kid gauntlets
Barbour gymnasium. Please call
1767-M. 42-3
LOST-A MichigamUa pin. Please re-
turn to Daily Office. Box G. B. 43-2
,WANTED
WANTED- By Law student, single
room in private family south of
campus. Call 2373-M. 44-2

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Xylophone. Deagon De
Luxe Special. Brand new with re-
sonators. Retail price $210. Will
sacrifice at $125.- Call Bremer at
670-R or 1224 Washtenaw. 45-1
FOR SALE-Two Princess Dressers.
Turn'er Furnishing Co. 217 E. Wash-
ington St. 45-11
FOR SALE-Vega Tenor Banjo. Call
Crane at 1328. 45-1
MISCELLANEOUS

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Wiomen

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.
Phone 1885. 42-8
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-
ward. 48-3
WILL THE person who found gold
Eversharp, name engraved, at Sped-
ding's Nov. 16, please return same
to Betsy Barbour House. 45-2
FOR ILE"
FOR RENT -Typewriters. All new
machines. Graham's Book Stores.
39-'
FOR RENT- Single room at 506 E.
Jefferson. Phone 516-4. 44-3
FOR RENT-Three rooms unfurnish-
ed, suitable for light housekeeping
Half block from campus. Address
Box K, Daily. 43-3
FOR RENT -- Good Knabe Upright
Piano, $4.00 per month. Phone
1700. 44-3
WAFTED
WANTED-Upholsterer. Apply Turn-
er Furnishing Co., 217 E. Washing-
ton St 46-1

Dean Myra B. Jordan will be at
home to University women from 3:30
to 5:30 every Tuesday afternoon at
her residence at 1215 Hill street.
Senior girls who wish to take fresh-
men to the Freshman Spread on Dec.
11, must sign up at Barbour gym-
nasium..
The Women's league party which
which will be held from 4 to 6 o'clock
today in Barbour gymnasium, will
take the place of the usual Friday aft-
ernoon league party.
Dean Announces Dance Chaperones
Chaperones for dances over the
week end named by the offce of the
dean of women are: At the Union,
Miss Martha S. Hills, Friday, Mrs
Yates Adams, Saturday; at the Arm-
ory, Mrs. Bayer, Friday, Mrs. Mable
Cake, Saturday; and at the Packard,
Mrs. Walter Sherman, Saturday.
The Kemp! Music Studios-Piano,
Organ, and Voice Instruction. Es-
tablished 1880. 812 S. Division St.
Phone 212-3.-Adv.
YOU TELL 'EM, MAIN I
STREET, THEY ALL
TAKE LIBERTY.

REDUCED

Including Gowns, Chemise, Carnisoles, Bloom-

ers, Negligees and

Princess Slips, of Crepe de

Chine and Wash Satin.

Some are severely plain, merely trimmed with
Hem-stitching. Others are trimmed with Lace
and tiny clusters of French flowers in Orchid or

Blue.

(SECOND FLOOR)

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