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developed concrete insert
ling factory machinery was
sted in the material test-
tory of the Engineering
g to Prof. F. N. Menefee,
e testing laboratory, the in-

vestigation was quite successful., Re-
sults indicated a 10 per cent increase
in strength over the old type of in-
sert. The newly developed insert has
not yetbeen put on the market.
Read The Daily advertisements.-
Adv.

Xo e
Basketball practice for.
will be held at 5 o'clock
in Barbour gymnasium.
senior practice will beY
o'clock on Tuesday.

In
sophomores
on Monday
Junior and
held at 5

For

STUDY LAMPS

and all kinds of

ELECTRIC SUPPLIES

go to

WASHTENAW ELECTRIC SHOP

PHONE 273

200 WASHINGTON ST. ,t

Any freshman who can not come to
basketball practice at 2 or 3 o'clock
on Wednesday, may come at 5 o'clock
on Monday.
The 1922 hockey team and the 1922
baseball team will have their pictures
taken for the Michiganensian at 12
o'clock Monday, Nov. 29, at Rentschel-
er's studio.
Miss Grace Greenwood will speak
at the Y. W. C. A. forum, in connec-
tion with the "Personal Efficiency"
group, Mildred Dougherty, '23, chair-
man, at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon
at Newberry/hall.
There will be a meeting of the cast
for "The Greatest Gift," at 4 o'clock
Monday afternoon in Barbour gymnas-
ium.
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.
Ms A4 C. ADOPTS FORUM
IDEA OF UNIERSITY "Y"

Cabaret Planned
For League Party
The Winter Garden or Sherry's
won't be able to cope with the cabaret
which will be held Friday afternoon
in Barbour gymnasium for the mem-
bers of the Women's league. The par-
lors will be transformed into a reg-
ular tea room, with tables surround-
ing the area reserved for the stunts.
There,, will be three big features.
Anita Sower, '23, will dance, a num-
ber by Jean Wallace, '21, is the
second attraction, and a stunt to be
given by the Delta Gamma .sorority
will complete the program.
After the closing of the cabaret
there will be dancing and games as
usual.
Paronize Daily Advertiers.-Adv.
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Knit Him a Tie!I
TIE SILK
For Sale at
WOMAN'S EXCHANGE
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to-date methods.

LYNDON& C-OMPANY
- EST. 1905 -
719 North University Avenue

Are you going to take pictures today?
Better bring the films here for develop-
ing and printing. Your pictures get
the benefit of our experience and up-

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Why are you so Insistent

Because

Mr. Besimer' s Beefsteak I

REV.

J. M. WELLS,

TO SPEAKI

ON CHURCH PROB.
LENS

The forum idea, being worked out
here in the University Y. W. C. A~
has spread through the endeavors of
representatives of the "Y," and will
be used by the M. A. C. of Michigan
Agricultural college at Lansing, and
in the Nurses Training school of the
University hospital here. Meetings
of the latter organization will be held
on Wednesday nights.
Meetings to Be Combiued
This week, forum meetings held at
Newberry hall will in several in-
stances combine groups, making fOur
instead of the regular eight gather-
ings. Miss Grace Greenwood, social

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Dinners are so Hard

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to Equal

Home of Sweet and Purity
Always Fresh

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Opposite D. U. R. Station
Just Above Rae Theatre

802 S. Main

Phone 474.W

Thanksgiving

is a good time to give

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WHITMAN'S

Leave your order for mailing or
delivery. We have the candy
in stock ready for you.

324 SOVTI STATE STREET

EASTAN O8VTH INIVZERITY AVENUES

711 PACKARD STREET

THIS, A S {
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CLOSES LSIE
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THIS
COLUMN
CLOSES
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IboST ANI? FOUND
LO$T-Plain gold cuft htitton with
smael diamond set. Near left bal-
cpry stairs, Majestic theater, Wed.
night. Finder call M. C. Hawins.
Phone 954-M. 46-9
LOST-Will person who by mistake
tapk package containing trousoro
fromn Arcade Barber shop, 'Wednes-
dgy aftergOOpi, ,Meese call Stoddard,
phone , 47
LOST-In vicinity of Nickel's Arcade,
Lambda Chi Alphe fraternity pin.
Finder please call 1922-J or at ~337
Mgynar4 for reward. 47-
LOST-Friday mqrning in South Wing
of U-Hall, a pair of 4bgskin gauntlet
gloves with fur cuts. Finder please
call 2697. 4-
LOST-Friday afternoon in Chemistry
building, one Eversbarp pencil also
Grieshaber fountain pen. Finder
call Fraudsen. 1399. 47-2
LOST-On Thanksgiving a Delta Gam-
ma pin bearing owner's name, Louise
Kappes. Please return to 632 Oak-
land Ave. Reward. 46-2
LAn ArstglpfiAt badge ba-
tweeu be- Qh i2stry building 4and
014 Hill. Call 9972. 4-
LOST gray kid gauntlet glove for
right hand. Around campus. Re-
turn to Daily Office. Box B. E. 46-S
LOST-Pair of grey kid, wool-lined
goves. Week ago. Call 2226-M. 46-S
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Room with south and
east exposure, steam heat. Also
room mate wanted for another room.
Phone 1194-I.. 47-4

WANTED
WANTED-600 students to 'subscribe1
for Webster's New International
Diotionary on our fifty cents a week
plan. For further information get
in touch with Mr. Underwood at 207
S. Ingalls. Phone 1808-M. 47-4
WANTED- A garage near the inter-
section of Oakland and Arbor. Call
Stuart at 558, 47-2
WANTED - To buy dress suit, size
about 39. Address P. 0. Box
134, 47-2
WANTED- Student to share double
room at 425 S. Division. Price $3.50
per week. Call 1565-J. 46-6
WANTED - Roommate. Room two
squares from Campus. Phone, 2069.
46-2
WANTED-Single room, within four
blocks of .campus. Call Barrett.
Phone 1188. 46-2
WANTED-A room mate at 723 Oak-:
land. Gall 986-W. 47-3
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Best Xylophone in Ann
Arbor. New Deagon De Luxe Spec-
ial. 3 1-2 octaves with resonators.
Will sacrifice for half price. Call
Bremer at 670-R or 1224 Washten-
aw and make proposition, 47-1
FOR SALE-Model A Gibson Mando-
lin with leather case. Good condi-
tion, Will sell reasonably. Call
for Davis or Martin at 612 Church.
Phone 1070-W. 47-2

director at Martha Cook building, will
speak at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon
on the topic, "Social Efficiency," be-
fore the "Personal Efficiency" group,
with discussion conducted by Mildred
Dougherty, '23, chairman.
There will be a combined meeting
of the "Campus Problems" group, Ka-
trina Schermerhorn, '21, chairman,
and the "Freshman Standards" group,
Doris Sprague, '22, chairman, at 4
o'clock on Tuesday. The "Women as
Citizens" group, Catherine Greenougt,
'23, chairman, the "Political , rob-
lems" group, Frances Eaton, '21
chairman, and the "Internatton a,
Service" group, Helen Kch, '21,
chairman, will hold * joint discussion
at 4 o'clock th Wednesday.
Th'! 'iRev. .. M. Wells will speak on
the Federal Council of Churches, em-
phasizing the connection of this body
with industrial democracy, child la-
bor, and other social and economic
problems. He will explain the stand
of the churches on shorter hours,
minimum wages, hours and wages for
working women and other present day
questions, at 5 o'clock on Wednes-
day, under the auspices of the groups
to discuss the "Social Creed of the
Churches" and "Child Labor," Ruth
Deemer, '22, and Josephine Triplett,
'21, chairmen.
"Steering" Committee Appointed
A "steering" committee has been
appointed to further the forum idea,
and it will hold a meeting at 3 o'clock
Monday afternoon to discuss ways and
means for successful work in this
line. The members of this committee
are: Helen Delbridge, '24, Dorothy
Arbaugah, '21, Mildred Harris, '21,
Caroline Napier, '22, Jeanne McPher-
son, '21, Margaret Sleator, '22, Helen
Roberts, '23, Elsie Townsend, '22,
Florence Hoffmaster, '23, Dora Ritchie,
'22, Laura Snyder, '22, Irma Schreib-
er, '21, Frances Weimer, '22, Esther
Lyons, '22, Cecilia Fohey, '21, Ger-
trude Hayes, '23, Josephine Thomp-
son, '24, Dorothy Maitland, '24, Helen
Hall, '23, and MildredDougherty, '23.
The Newberry Tea Room at 432 So.
State is serving luncheon from 11:30
'A. M. to 1 P. M. and dinner from 5:30
to 6:30 P. M. Weekly rates including
Sunday dinner, $6.50.-Adv.
New is the time to order your PER-
SONAL CHRISTMAS CARDS. Engrav-
ing and Embossing. 0. D. Morrill, 17
Nickel's Aarcade.-Adv.
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of

Phone Orders
Promptly Filled

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WHAT COLD WEATHER NEWS IS BETTER THAN THIS?

All Furs and Fur Coats

Mail Orders
Promptly Filled

EST. 1857

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Cold days are here and probably to, stay. This, then, is-the time to think
of furs and fur coats. At 1-3 off you simply cannot afford to be without one.
The coats are several lengths, are made of Australian seal, pony, coney, and
marmot, and are trimmed with skunk, squirrel, Australian coney, raccoon,
or plain as you prefer. Fur scarfs, muffs, chokers, and capes come in coon,
seal, squirrel, lynx,;and mink in all styles.

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OUR SECOND INTERESTING ANNOUNCEMENT

Silk and Wool Dresses

1-2 Price

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For some time past we have talked about high prices and told you of our
efforts to bring prices Back-to-Normal. We have conducted Back-to-Normal
sales, in which we have marked prices way- below the market prices. This
sale of silk and wool dresses is only another example of this policy.
These dresses are all new models, silks, satins, georgettes, tricotines, and
serges. They come in all desired shades and styles, and are trimmed in em-
broidery, beads, satin of contrasting colors, in fact just what you want is here.

An early choice assures you of good selection.

&an Arbors buyers.-Adv.

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