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MTE MICHIGAN DAILY

The Newberry Tea Room at 432 So.
ate is serving luncheon from 11:30
M. to 1 P. M. and dinner from 5:30
6:30 P. M.' Weekly rates including
inday dinner, $6.50.-Adv.
The Kempf Music Studios--Piano,

Organ, and Voice Instruction. Es-
tablished┬░1880. 312 S. Division St.
Phone 212-J.--Adv.
I Patronize Daily advertisers.-Ad",
Read The Daily for Campus News:

RESERVE LEADERS
TO HEAR ADDRESS
MASODKS' HOLIDA9Y 1Pl.AY"Girl Reserve Leaders Work" will

! W~omen

Girls are needed for social service
work in the hospitals. Any girl iii-
terested is requested to call at New-
berry hall.

ORPHEUM
TODAY ONLY

Carmel

Meyers

"CTIe Gilded Dream "

The story of a country girl whose one life-dream
to marry a wealthy husband.

was

ADDED ATTRACTIONS
GEORGE B. SEITZ in "Pirate Gold"
AND
A HYMAN COMEDY
Tomorrow and Thursday
TAYLOR HOLMES
In "THE VERY IDEA"

be the subject of a talk by Miss Lola Miss_ Lola Baum~gartner, field sec-) Masques will meet at 3:30 o'clock
Masques has announced the follow- Baumgardner, girls'twork executive retary for theY.gW. C. A., willdbe in this afternoon in Sarah Caswell Angell
ing cast for its annual Christmas for Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, and Ann Arbor Wedneiday, Thursday, and
play, "The Greatest Gift," by Kath- Wisconsin, at 7 o'clock Thursday Friday of this week. All girls desir-
Brine Lord, which will be given before night at Newberryhall. Mrs. Marion ing to interview her should call the SOPHOMORE AOMEN
the Women's league on Dec. 18: I L. Burton will speak on "The Y. W. city Y. W. C. A. at 2256. PLAN TEA DANSANT
Mary, Helen Elliot, '23; Peter, Es- C. A. as a Profession" and Miss Mc-
ther Welty, '23; Agnes, Dolly Sanders, Gee, industrial executive of Detroit, Basketball practice for juniors and
'23; Benny, David Nelson; police- has been invited to talk on "Indus- seniors will be held at 5 o'clock to- tensnt will be given by 4
man, Anne Mushkin, '23; hawker, Ed- trial Work." The meeting is especial- day; for freshmen at 2 and 3 o'clock: women of the sophomoe class from 4
elaine Roden, '22; Santa Claus, Fran-ly for girl reserve leaders but all on Wednesday. 6Dec. 8, in Barbour gymnasium.
ces Ames, '23; Grandpa Burden, Amy girls interested in the subjects will: There will be music, dancing, and
Loomis, '22; old woman, Christine be welcome. The playground course will be held entertainmentIn the form of stunts
Murkett, '22; Mrs. Hawley, Helen Miss Baumgardner will be at the at 4 o'clock on Wednesday afternoon. furnished by the dormitories. Special
Bailey, '21; Mrs. Cronin, Anne Mitch- city Y. W. C. A. from Tuesday until games are being planned for those
ell, '21; and Fee Neel, Bertral Sum-Thursday night. She will be enter- Members of Athena Literary society who do not care to dance.
mers, '22.ta by a waffle supper Wednesday are requested to meet promptly at Tickets are being sold at 25 cents
Other members of Masques will take night given by the 19 Ann Arbor girls 7:15 o'clock tonight in the Alpha Nu to cover the expenses of music and
part in choruses and tableaux. The who attended the conference at Lake room. refreshments. They may be purchas-
play will be repeated for. the hospital Dewy this summer. Wednesday even- ed any time today In front of the
children following the usual custom ing she wil e the guest of honor a University Girls' Glee club will hold Women's league room in University
a stunt party given by the five clubsI nvriyGrs lecu ilhl
of the club. al lofo t 1 'lc vr
of the high school, each of which has its regular rehearsal at 4:30 o'clock hall; also from 9 to 11 o'clock every
Committees for the year will be or- h ths a nday until Dec. 8, at the same place.
ganized at the meeting at 3:30 o'clock two University girls as leaders. this afternoon.
this afternoon in Barbour glymna- PROF. HOLLISTER PLANS TO
slum. MiSS GREENWOOD. SPEAKS The girls of the Mandolin club will FORM NEW PLAYERS CLUB
ABOUTSOCIAEFFIIEC meet to have. their Micbhiganensian .
jABOUT SOCIAL EFFICIENCY picture taken at 12:45 o'clock Wed-.
Levi W ill Open nesday noon at the Spedding studio. To give opportunities for the writ-
Miss Grace Greenwood, social' di- ing and presentation of plays, Prof.
Lecture Series rector of Martha Cook building, spoke Girl Reserve leaders will meet at 7 Richard D. Hollister, of the oratory
on "Social Efficiency" to the Y. W. C. o'clock Thursday night in Newberry department, is organizing a new so-
A. forum, yesterday afternoon at New- hall. ciety, to be known as the Players'
Prof. M. M. Levi of the French de- berry hall. Miss Greenwood gave as -club.
partment will lecture on "Impressions the three requisites for social effici- A Y. W. C. A. forum meeting will All students interested in dramatics
in Paris" at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow ency, a spirit of reverence, personal- be held by the "Campus Problems" are to meet at 4. o'clock Wednesday
in room 203 Tappan hall. This is the ity, and training. Miss Greenwood's group, combined with the "Freshman afternoon in room 205 Mason hall.
first of a series of lectures and plays talk was followed by general discus- Standards" group at 4 o'clock this aft- Professor Hollister will state the
which are held annually under the sion. ernoon at Newberry hall. plans and purposes of the club.
auspices of the Cercle Francais. Tick-
ets for these entertainments may be
secured from any member of the so-
ciety orG ft from the director, MrJ. B.Sect'' ''Gf s1
loppe dr n ~.J .Select Your Xmas Gmt arly
Cloppet, 1020 Forest avenue. i~
Three other lectures are scheduled A LARGE ASSORTMENT at
for this semester: "Les Humoristes
Francais" by Mr. C. Carry, "La Lit-
terature Francais de la Swisse Ro- AL N& YL
___n ss A RLING &r TIA LLELAUX
mande" by Mr. E. L. Hackes, and
"Anatole France" by Mr. Cloppet.
Ann Arbor's progressive merchants 224-226 S. State St 7 Nickels Arcade
use The Michigan Daily.-Adv.

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FINGERLE'S
CAFETERIAS
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

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Arcade
Cafeteria

Up The Stairs

C. J. FINGERLE

NICKELS ARCADE

THIS LASSIFIE THIS
CLOSES CLOSES
A3I. ADVERTISING ATP:M,

LOST AND FOUND
LOST - A lady's gold wrist watch.
With initials E. M. S. on back. Will
finder please notify below address
and receive large reward. W. Bray-
brooks, 522 Monroe. Phone 2612-J.
48-2
LOST-In vicinity of Nickel's Arcade,
Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity pin.
Finder please call 1922-J or at 337
Maynard for reward. 47-3
LOST-Friday morning in South Wing
of U-Hall, a pair of dogskin gauntlet
gloves with fur cuffs. Finder please
call 2597. 47-3
LOST-Friday afternoon in Chemistry
building, one Eversharp pencil also
Grieshaber fountain pen. Finder
call Fraudsen. 1399. 47-2
LOST -Gray kid gauntlet glove for
right hand. Around campus. Re-
turn to Daily Office. Box B. E. 46-3
LOST-Washing on Monday morning
in South East part of City. Finder
call 73-R. 48
LOST-Pair of grey kid, wool-lined
gloves. Week ago. Call 2226-M. 46-3
LOST-Watch with open face and sil-
ver case. Box B. F., Daily. 48-3
WANTED
WANTED--500 students to subscribe
for Webster's New International
Dictionary 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 558.4 47-2
WANTED-A room mate at 723 Oak-
land. Call 936-W. 47-3

WANTED
WANTED- Student to share double
room at 425 S. Division. Price $3.50
per week. Call 1565-J. 46-6
WANTED-To rent a small apartment
or suite of rooms near campus.
Box B. G., Daily office. 48-3
WANTED - Two or three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Call
349-J. 48-3
WANTED - To buy dress suit, size
about 39. Address P. 0. Box
134. 47-2
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Room with south and
east exposure, steam heat. Also
room mate wanted for another room.
Pho ae 1194-M. 47-4
FOR RENT - Pleasant front second
floor suite on Tappan Ave. One-half
block from campus. Apply Box, B.
H., Michigan Daily office. 48-4
FOR RENT-Room for two gentlemen
at $6.00 a week, Modern. Near
State and Packard. Phone 2045-W.
48-3
FOR SALE
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
FOR SALE -- Girl's black leather
chamois lined coat. Size 18. Snap-c
py style and as good as new. Will
sell for half price if taken at once.
370-M. 48-2
FOR SALE-Farland Banjo, wooden
rim. Beautiful instrument. If in-
terested call 1791-M. 48-6.

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