fHE MICHIGAN DAILY
lirls are needed for social service
rk in the hospitals. Any girl in-.
ested is requested to call at New-
[here will be a meeting of the
ard of directors of the Women's
gue at 10:30 o'clock Saturday
rning in Barbour gymnasium. Im-
diately after the meeting, the Mich-
.nensian picture will be taken at
3 Corbett-Hamilton studio.
i'reshmen are requested to pay their
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital and Surplus, $625,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.
social tax of 50 cents either at Dean
Myra B. Jordan's office in Barbour
gymnasium or to Helen Delbridge, '24,
at Helen Newberry residence.
There will be a meeting of all girls
interested in writing music or lyrics
for the Junior Girls' play at 10 o'clock
Saturdayumorning in Barbour gym-
Entertainment is being planned by
the Womens' league for women who
are expecting to spend the holidays in
Ann Arbor. In order to facilitate ar-
rangements, these persons.. are asked
to sign at the office of the dean of
women. Any girls desiring work dur-
ing vacation will so indicate at this
Board of representatives of the Wo-
men's league will meet at 9 o'clock
Saturday morning in Barbour gym-
Prof. Mithenthal will teach on Sat-
urdays instead of Fridays, beginning
this Saturday. Single admission-
Gents, $1.25; ladies. $.75. Class, 7:00
For results advertise in The Mich-
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2 E. Liberty
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To Rival Follies
Blue-book time and the annual fall
rains are on with a vengeance. The
campus swims with gloom and mud.
But right now, in the midst of the gen-
eral grayness, an opportunity to for-
get troubles amid the glitter and
gaiety of a real Winter Garden show,
is open to all girls who come to the
Women's league cabaret. Promptly
at 4 o'clock this afternoon Barbour
gymnasium will open its doors to all
who are willing to leave their wor-
ries outside for the afternoon.
After the first dance when every-
one is ready to sit down at the ta-
bles at the side of the gymnasium, and
sip something refreshing, the show
proper will begin. A masqued mys-
tery will arouse the admiration, and
curiosity of all by her graceful danc-
ing. Then again the orchestra will
set up a healthy rag-time tune, and
the guests will dance, .cabaret style.
Another number of the program
will be an act from the "Follies,"
performed by the Delta Gamma fresh-
men, and worthy of George Cohan at
his best. Later Alexander and his
famous "Kitchen Band" will render
a jazz selection.
The center of the room is to be
roped off into a circluar space which
will b eused alternately by the danc-
ers and the performers.
Foreigners To Be
Invitations have been issued by
President Marion L. Burton and Mrs.
Burton for a reception to be given
to the students of other lands at the
President's house from 8 o'clock to 11
o'clock Saturday evening. All stu-
dents from foreign countries have
been invited, and those who are mar-
ried are asked to bring their wives.
As many as can possibly do so are
requested to come attired in the cos-
tume of their native land. Students
from the different countries will band
together and give songs and short
acts interpreting their own customs.
The house will be decorated in
flags of all the nations, and all of the
foreign students who have flags of
their own land are asked to leave
them with Prof. J. A. C. Hildner in
room 302 University hall today.
Union Prepares Song Booklets
Booklets of Michigan songs have
been prepared by the Union entertain-
ment committee for use in the tap
room sings and will be distributed
for the first time tonight. These book-
lets are not to be jaken from the tap
room but are to be turned in for fut-
ure use, at the conclusion of the
The Kemp Music Studios -Piano,
Organ, and Voice Instruction. Es-
tablished 1880. 312 S. Division St.
Paronize Daily Advertiers.-Adv.
WOMEN DELEGATES PRAISE
PRESS CONVENTION PROGRAM
"The University has provided pro-
grams which would do much good if
they were more fully attended by big
newspaper men," said Miss Mabel
Clare Ladd, of the women's and chil-
dren's department of "The National
Gleaner Forum," a monthly fraternal
Miss Ladd is of the opinion that
these annual conventions are worthy
of larger attendance and greater ap-
preciation. The large number of Un-
iversity women attending the after-
noon meeting attracted her attention.
Miss E. L. Spoor, manager of the
Indicator, the only insurance mag-
azine in Michigan, said that although
she is personallyi nterested in trade
Journals, she feels that such a con-
vention is generally beneficial.
Disease Preventives Lecture Subject
Dr. Eloise Walker gav the fourth
hygiene lecture for freshmen girls at
4 o'clock yesterday afternoon in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall. She discussed
the importance of the care of the
skin, the study of the diet, and an
abundance of fresh air in preventing
disease, particularly common colds
UNIVERSITY MEN! Best and saf-
est place to put your money is with
HURON VALLEY BLDG. &sSAVINGS
LASSO. Dividends never less than 6
per ct. Can withdraw money anytime
and receive 5 per ct. from day of in-
vestment. Wm. L. Walz, Pres., H. H.
1 erbst, Secy., Saving Bank Building.-
40 Admissions in Book Form-$5.50
Individual Season Tickets-$4.50....
Family Tickets, per Person-$3.50..
Before Dec. 7
Before Dec. 7
Before Dec. 7
WILL SOON BE HERE
WEINBERG'S COLLISEUM - 725 S. 5TH AVE.
As a special inducement to students we offer our Season Tickets and
Admission Books at reduced prices on condition that all orders are in
on or before December 7.
Recor 1 Library
The Ford is a RATTLING good car but who
wouldn't rather ride in a
A NEW WRINKLE?
It Costs the Same
Phone 1625 All"Inclosed Cars
BUT IT'S GOING STRONG
- WHY NOT?
Every month we receive the Latest\and Snappiest Records Out
JOIN OUR LIBRARY AND FOR
Seven Cents a Day
THESE RECORDS ARE YOURS TO USE
C-V Phonograph Shop
640 HAVEN AVENUE
A Special Selling of Men's and Young Men's Fine
ANTED-Two or three students to
ell absolutely first class mining
stock in Ann Arbor and vicinity,
luring spare time. Must be abso-
utely honest and only tell the truth
t all times. Good commission paid.
Good opportunity to make money;
il encouragement given. Write
tating qualifications to Wm. B.
Goodfellow, 303 Farwell Bldg., De-
roit, Michigan. 50-3
ANTED - University men to re-
nember that Huron Valley Build-
ng & Savings Association provides
he best medium forSavings. Can
withdraw your savings anytime and
eceive 5 pr ct. from date of invest-
nent. Every day's delay is your
oss. H. H. Herbst, Secy., Saings
Bank Building. 51-2
ANTED--Three or four unfurnish-
d rooms for housekeeping by single
woman near the campus. Box B.
ANTED- Student to share double
oom at 425 S. Division. Price $3.50
er week. Call 1565-J. 46-6
kNTED-A roommate. 319 Thomp-
on St. 50-2
R RENT - Pleasant front second
loor suite on Tappan-Ave. One-half
dock fromcampus. Apply fox, B.
I., Michigan Daily office. 48-4
R RENT-Good room within half
lock of campus. Price very reas-
nable. Phone 1121-W. 50-2
R RENT-Pleasant suite; no oth-
r roomers. Two blocks from cam-
us. 337 E. Liberty. Phone 2059.
R RENT-Large suite, half block
rom campus. Call 1724-M. 49-3
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Diamond ring either in My
Dairy Lunch or in lower hall of
Natural Sciencerbldg. Finder please
leave at Daily office and receive re-
LOST-Silver 'mesh purse containing
$5.00 bill and change. Finder please
return to E. V. Alleman, 1003 E.
Univ. Phone 383-J. Reward. 49-3
LOST - Delta Sigma Phi fraternity
pin. Initials "L. H. J. D." on back.
Call Dornbos, 551 Church St. or
LOST-Small black gold capped founr
tain pen Tuesday. Please call H. E.
Mellin, 1015-R. 51-2
LOST-A grey pocketbook. Please call
1700. Reward. 51-2
FOR SALE-Slightly worn overcoat.
A bargain at $15.00. Inquire by
mail, Box T. L., Daily. 51-2
FOR SALE-Farland Banjo, wooden
rim. Beautiful instrument. If in-
terested call 1791-M. 48-6
WILL THE Person who took pack-
age containing a pair of trousers
fromthe Arcade Barber Shop, Wed-
nesday afternoon, Nov. 25, kindly
call Stoddard, Phone 909. Reward.
HIGHEST PRICES Paid for your old
clothes. Phone 1981-W, and will
call at your convenience. 50-12
FOR RENT- Large pleasant, front
room, $6.00 for two, near Huron car
line. Enquire, 332 Eighth St., Ann
Regularly Sold amt $75.00, $80.00, $85.00
This group is made up from the finest Suits and Overcoats, made by the House
of Kuppenheimer. Every one is of late fall and winter style. The highest grade
suits of the year are here for you. It's a real opportunity, men. It will pay you
well to investigate.
BOYS' SUITS AND OVERCOATS
Regularly priced at $15.00 and
$18.75, some with two pairs
of trousers ............... ........
Regularly priced at $50 and $55
Friday and Saturday at the
very low price of .............
Prices throughout our entire store are based on present markets
KUPPENHEIMER SUITS AND OVERCOATS