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s From The Other Colleges

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men's league will meet at 9 o'clock
this morning in Barbour gymnasium.
BUY YOUR FRATERNITY JEWEL-
RY from Edwards, Haldeman & Co.,
427 Farwell Bldg., Detroit, or we will
send catalogue on request.-Adv.

United Mine Workers Oppose Wage Cut discussion of the movement among! Typewriters of leading makes for
Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. 3.-The Un- employers throughout the country for sale or rent. 0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickel's
ited Mine Workers:of America will not a reduction of wages in the variousin- 14Arcade.-Adv.
stand for any reCuction in wages, ac- dustries.
cording to the December first issue of For live progressive up-to-date ad-
the United Mine Workers Journal. This For results advertise in The Mich- vertising use The Michigan Daily.-
policy is stated in connection with a Igan Daily.-Adv. Adv.

as-The student section of the
i dollar memorial drive is going
Student pledges were more than
0 and the faculty pledged $20,-
[wo women students tied each
for the highest individual ,sub-
ons; they each pledged $600.
oman student who is making all,
xpenses and working for her
and room and who spent only
cash all last year, pledged $50
memorial drive and said she
find some way to earn this much
for 'such a cause. A stadium
32,000 will be built -with the
raised by this drive.
is Hopkins-Johns Hopkins is
ng the example of Columbia in
stem of awarding a freshman
y button to every first'year man.
asponds to the call of extra-cur-
work. This button serves 'to
;uish the freshman with college
from their inactive classmates.
SBURTONU TALK ON
a A e PROFESSION
TRIAL WORK DISCUSSED
BY DETROIT SECRE-
TARY

Ohio State-The dreams of the fresh,-
man literary artists are about to come
true. The first number of the propos-
ed freshman magazine is to appear
the middle of this month. A staff is
to be chosen by a first year commit-
tee and this staff will only serve until
the end of this semester.
' 0X1 en
The board of directors of the Wom-
en's league will have its Michiganen-
sian picture, taken at 12:45 o'clock
Tuesday, at the Corbitt-Hamilton stu-
dio, instead of today as previously an-
nounced.
Chaperones for the dances tonight
are: Mrs. Yates Adams at the Union,
and Mrs. H. G. Berger at the Arm-
ory.
Prof. William A. Frayer, of the his-
tory department, will address the open
forum, at 4:30 o'clock Wednesday aft-
ernoon in Newberry hall, on the sub-
ject &"The New Europe." Discussion
will be conducted by Helen Koch, '21,
chairman of the "International Serv-
ice" forum group.
Mme. Gertrude Martin, executive sec-
retary of the national organization of
Collegiate Alumnae, .will speak at 3
o'clock Monday afternoon, Dec. 6, at
Martha Cook building. All members
are invited.
Girls are needed for social service
work in the hospitals. Any girl in-
terested is requested to call at New-
berry hall.
There will be a meeting of the
board of directors of the Women's
league at 10:30 o'clock this morning
in Barbour gymnasium.

f

seems to be in the air to talk
professions for women; this age
;h specialization makes it neces-
that women be trained in the
which they undertale," said Mrs.
n L. Burton, Thursday night in
alk to the Girl Reserve leaders.
. Burton pointed out why the
C. A. Is a good profession for
in, mentioning qualifications and
ng that secretaries should have.
oncluded by saying: "Secretar-
>rk in the Y. W. C. A. is universal
,racter; there is always a market
ich services and the service giv-
world-wide."
s Elizabeth McGee, industrial
ary of the Y. W. C. A. in Detroit,
ed the work that is being done
inection with factory girls. In
ng of this branch of the "Y,"
aid: "Industrial work in its
it form consists of self govern-
ubs and is not a question of
izing. Women who are to be in-
al secretaries must be thorough-
aocractic."
Y. W. C. A. working plan was
ned by Miss Lola Baumgartner,
work secretary for Michigan,
a, Illinois, and Wisconsin. The
3 three-fold and includes organi-
s for girls of the seventh and
grades who are anxious to join
club, girls of high schools, andj

Freshmen are requested to pay their
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
this morning in Barbour gymnasium.
Ehtertainment 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
time.
Board of representatives of the Wo-

industrial girls.
[ze Daily Advertiers.--Adv.

COLUMN
LASSIFICLOSES
4DVERTISING TPMJ,

. I

WANTED
D-Two or three students to
bsolutely first class mining
in Ann Arbor and vicinity,
spare time. Must be abso-
honest and only tell the truth
times. Goodcommission paid.
opportunity to make money;
ncouragement given. Write
qualifications to Win. B.
how, 303 Farwell Bldg., De-
Michigan. 50-3
3-Active man of forty, just
ed by surgeons that he has
hree months to live, wishes
on what he may do to realize
gest benefit and happiness
the next ninety days. Prob-
11 be discussed S nday morn-
ten-thirty at thd Congrega-
Church, under the topic, "Giv-
ice." 52'

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Diamond ring either in My
Dairy Lunch or in lower hall of
Natural Science bldg. Finder please
leave at Daily office and receive re-
ward. 51-2
LOST - Delta Sigma Phi fraternity
pin. Initials "L. H. J. D." on back.
Call Dornbos, 551 Church St. or
Phone 1526-R. 50-3
LOST - Suit coat and overcoat in
Chemistry Building, Thursday after-
noon. Call H. H. Ball, 315'Packard
or 2124-R. Liberal reward. 52-1
LOST-A small grey silk coin purse,
Thursday morning. Finder please
return to 1212 Geddes or call 1168.
52-2
LOST-Small black gold capped foun,
tain pen Tuesday. Please call H. E.
Meliin, 1015-R. 51-2
LOST-Alpha Rho Chi fraternity pin.
Initials A. P. X. Finder please call
1366. H. R. Stanley. 52-2
LOST-A grey pocketbook. Please call
1700. Reward. 51-2
LOST--Black and tan Airdale, 5 mo.
old. 618 Church. 302-J. 52-1
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Slightly worn overcoat.
A bargain at $15.00. Inquire by
mail, Box T. L., Daily. 51-2

'ED - University men to re-
ber that- Huron Valley Build-
& Savings Association provides
best medium for Savings. Can
draw your savings anytime and
[ve 5 pr ct. from, date of invest-
t. Every day's delay is your
H. H. Herbst, Secy., Savings
: Building. 51-2
ED-Three or four unfurnish-
oms for housekeeping by single
an near the campus. Box B.
50-3
ED-A roommate. 319 Thomp-
St. 50-2
FOR RENT
ENT-Pleasant suite; no oth-
omers. Two blocks from cam-
337 E. Liberty. Phone 2059.
50-3
LENT- Large pleasant, front.
$6.00 for two, near Huron car
Enquire, 332 Eighth St., Ann
r. 5i-3

FOR SALE-Farland Banjo, wooden
rim. Beautiful instrument. If in-
terested call 1791-M. 48-6
MISCELLANEOUS
WILL THE Persoh who took pack-
age containing a pair of trousers
from the Arcade Barber Shop, Wed-
nesday afternoon, Nov. 25, kindly
call Stoddard, Phone 909. Reward&
50-4
HIGHEST PRICES Paid for your old
clothes. Phone 1981-W, and will
call at your convenience, 60-12

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