100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

December 09, 1920 - Image 6

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1920-12-09

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

t [ma. 5v.5...5 1 .A JIsL..

V UH! L. Y

- ._-.,
_

a

ady to Serve
AT ANY TIME
from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
hot tea and bowl of rice
IN CHOP SUEY
85 CENTS
SE and AMERICAN Style
Short Orders

"EAT AT THE CASTLE"
Cor. Hill and State
STRICTLY HOME-COOKED
MEALS
$5.50 MEAL TICKET
FOR $5.00

News From The Other Colleges

GIRLS ATTENTION Rainwater
shampoos, marcel waving, manicur-
ing, face and scalp creatment. Wigs
for ront at Mrs. J. R. Trojanowski's,
1110 S. University, side entrance.
Phone 696-W.-Adv.
Paronize Daily Advertiers.-Adv.

BUY YOUR FRATERNITY JEWEL-
RY from 1┬▒dwards, Haldeman & Co.,
427 Farwell Bldg., Detroit, or we will
send catalogue on request.--Adv.
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers--Adv.

015 E. Liberty at

Lo

I

REGULAR BOARDERS
$7.00 PER WEEK

PAI DING

I

I

- 4Athletic
Equipment
For Every
Indoor
Outdoor
Sport
Ostatoe on r uest
. G SPALDING & BROS.
11 S. State St., Chicago, Inl

Students luuch

409 Jefferson

High Class Food

Open 6 a.m. Close 11 p.m

I'm desparately busy, but if it's
anything Photographic, probably I
can find time to do it for you.

SWAI N
13 East University Avenue

Phone 2312

Texas - Teacher-training classes
under the department of trade and
industrial education are being con-
ducted in every large city in the
state. The object of the work is the
training of the teachers along dif-
ferent industrial lines, so that the
teachers may then carry on the work
among the working men and women.
Washington - Fifteen men were
dropped from Washington university
as an aftermath of the deluge of mid-
quarter conditions. Forty-two stu-
dents were put on probation. The to-
tal number of conditions given was
704.
Arkansas - The enrollment of the
University of Arkansas has increased
six times as fast as the population of
the state, according to a comparison
between census and registration fig-
ures. The university's enrollment has
gained 66 per cent in seven years.
California - The University of Cal-
ifornia is planning a big $600,000 sta-
dium that will be large enough to ac-
commodate the crowd attending the
annual California-Leland Stanford
FRESHMAN WOMENGESTS
AT ANNUAL FORMALPARTY
FRESHMAN SPREAD SCHEDULED
FOR SATURDAY
NIGHT
Freshman women will be the
guests of honor at the fortieth an-
nual spread which will be held at 7:30
o'clock Saturday evening, Dec. 11, in
Barbour gymnasium.
The grand march will be led by
Margaret MacIntyre, chairman of the
freshman spread committee, Helene
Torrey, vice-president of the sopho-
more class, Mary Hayes, vice-presi-
dent of the freshman class, and Susan
Fitch, chairman of the freshman girls'
social committee. Dancing will fol-
low until 11:30.
All girls on the campus are invited
whether or not they have received
their invitations.
The patronesses will be: Mrs. M.
L. Burton, Mrs. Myra B. Jordan,
Mrs. Shirley Smith, Mrs. A. H. Lloyd,
Mrs. Edward H. Kraus, Mrs. John R.
Effinger, Mrs. Mortimer E. Cooley,
Mrs. Victor C. Vaughan, Mrs. Henry
M. Bates, Mrs. M. L. Ward, Mrs. Ar-
thur G. Hall, Mrs. J. E. Beal, Dr.
Eloise Walker, Miss -Marion Wood,
Miss Marion Dawley, Miss Marjorie
Brown, Miss Marguerite Chapin, Miss
Doris Wardner.
HOUSE PR ESIDENTS
ELE C T OFFICERS

contest. A concrete structure is
planned that will hold 60,000 people.
The general plan of the Yale stadium
will be followed. As yet no methods
for raising the money have been
adopted.
WL~omeni
Cover designs for the program of
the Junior Girls' play must be sent
to Harriet Gustin, '22, 1520 South Un-
iversity avenue, before Dec. 17. Lyrics
are due on the same date so that the
girls can work on the music during
vacation.
Girls who have uncompleted toys
in the Y. W. C. A. toy shop are urged
to finish their work this week.
This will be the last week to enter
the elective course in gymnasium
work.
The fifth hygiene lecture will be
held at 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall..
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 Delbricge, '24,
at Helen Newberry residence.
Girl Reserve leaders will meet at 7
o'clock tonight at Newberry hall.
The freshman spread committee
wishes to urge that no flowers be
worn at the Spread and that no taxis
be used except in the case of stormy
weather.

TURKISH
CIGARETTE

I

r

W::-N
r

14

i

Mrs. Fox was bragging one day about the
large number of her cubs.
"How many cubs do you bring into the
world at one time?" she asked the LIONESS.
"Only ONE," replied the Lioness-" but It s
a, LION."
MURADS COST 20 CENTS for a BOX
of 10-BUT THEY'RE MURADS!
MUR ADS would be lower priced if we left out all
or part of the 100 %Turkish tobaccos of the purest and
best varieties grown-or if we substituted inferior grades
of Turkish tobacco.

Practical Gifts for
Practical People

Freshmen whose escorts for
freshman Spread have not called1
should call Cara Murbach, '23,
at once.

the
them
267$,

But they wouldn't be
Foxes

MURADS-they'd only be

Judge for Yourself-!"

All sophomore girls who possibly
can are asked to help decorate for the
freshman Spread after 9 'o'clock Sat-
urday morning or Saturday afternoon
in Barbour gymnasium.

Special attentione is called
is Murad 20s in Tin Boxes

.j~Maum *ii'

r

QUARRY DRUG CO'S

Phone Orders
Promptly Filled

Mail Orders
Promptly Filled

PRESCRIPTION STORE

SO. STATE and N. UNIVERSITY AVE.

Phone 308

EST. 1857

THIS ASSIFIE
VOLUMN COLUMN
LOSES CL0$r.S
13 P. ADVE RT IS IN GA]3 -.

Election
nominating

of officers named by the
committee of the House

LOST AND FOUND
T-Gold fountain pen- Moore's
m-Leakable. On State or Pack-
d, between Madison and East Un-
ersity or on Packard St. car. Re-
,rd. Phone 571. 56-3
T-Black leather notebook with
me Bernadette Cote engraved on
tside. Finder please return to
tsy Barbour House office. 13
T--Polyphase -Duplex Slide Rule.
se marked with A and two stars.
Chamberlin, 332 Maynard. Phone
76-R. - 53-3

--Gold ring in
boxing room.
rather worn.
rd.

gym in wrestling
Inscription, L. I.
Call 1797. Re-
55-31

r-Alpho Rho Chi fraternity pin.
tials A. P. X. Finder please call
6. Reward. H. R. Stanley. 54-2
'-Black leather notebook. Notes
pecially desired. Name Rood on
rer. Call Rood, 652-M. 56-1
-- Theta Phi Alpha pin with
ne on back. Call 1700. Reward.;
54-2
'-Fountain pen. Name engrav-
on gold band. Call 1058-R. 55-3
F-Black leather notebook. Val-
>le notes. Call Cooley, 2220. 56-1
FOR SALE
SALE--rNew pair of cordovan
ague oxfords. Size 7. Worn very!
r times. Cost $17, will sell for
. Box B. L., Daily. 54-2
SALE - New set of Richtor
swing Instruments. M. Williams,
Oakland. Phone 936-W. 54-7
SALE-Tenor banjo and case.I
e condition. Call 1153, G. Hag-
Mn. 55-6'

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Apartment, two rooms
and kitchennette-running hot and
cold water. Steamheat. Mr. Leith,
203 S. Thayer St. 54-6
GARAGE for rent at 524 Linden St.
Call or phone 2328-J. 53-3
TWO WEEKS room rent free to stu-
dent, for particulars call 936-W or
723 Oakland. 54-3
WANTED .
WANTED-Six students for exclusive
occupancy of 2nd floor in new home
second semester. Two meals and
room for $8.00 per week. Phone
2522-J. Mrs. L. B. Bebout. 55-3
WANTED-Roommate. Best suite in
Ann Arbor. One block from cam-
pus. Only two other roomers. Come
early and avoid the rush. See Ry-
gle, 408 Thompson or call 1741-W.
56-3
WANTED-Roommate, next semester,
or after holidays. Pleasant, east
front room, hot-water heated. Un-
derpriced, $3.00. Call at 4 or by ap-
pointment. 908 Mary. 2480-J. 56-3
WANTED-A student to share a front
suite at 425 S. Division. Price rea-
sonable. Phone 1565-J. 53-5
FOB SALE
FOR SALE-Hand made banners, pen-
nants, and pillows. 1341 Wilmont.
Phone 2384-M. 55-6
MISCELLANEOUS

Presidents' organization last week
was held yesterday afternoon in Sar-
ah Caswell Angell hall. The officers
are: Marie Crohn, ' 21, president;
Helen Arnot, '21, vice-president; Bea-
trice Smith, '22, secretary; and Fran-
ces Oberholtzer, '21, treasurer.
It was decided that a tax of 25
cents should be levied from each girl
in the different University houses to
pay for incidental expenses of the or-
ganization and for the faculty tea to
be held after the Christmas holidays.
DEC. 18 SET AS DATE FOR
LEAGUE'S CHRISTMAS PARTY
Saturday, Dec. 18, instead of Fri-
day, Dec. 17, as was first announced,
is to be the date of the Women's
league Christmas party, which will
be held as usual in Barbour gymna-
sium. The Masques Christmas play,
"The Greatest Gift," in the production
of which the Glee club will play an
important role, will be the feature
of the afternoon. A tax of 10 cents
will be collected by the Women's
league at this party. This was found
necessary because the amount allow-
ed in the league budget for social
committee expenses has proven in-
adequate.
MICHIGAN DAMES PLAN PARTY
IN HONOR OF HUSBANDS
Husbands of ail members of the
Michigan Dames will be the guests
of honor at a party to be given at 7
o'clockFriday evening, at Lane hall.
The party will consist of a dinner
followed by games. All who are not
contributing food are asked to pay 75'
cents. Each member should bring
two articles not exceeding 10 cents in
value for the fish pond.
Read The Daily for Campus News.

1-2

Price

This includes our entire stock of Silk Blouses.

The materials

are Satin,

Georgette,

Crepe de

All

Silk

Chine and all the popular materials in Navy,
Brown, Bisque,. Pheasant, and the more desired
shades. The blouses are embroidered, beaded
and trimmed with Satin. Long and short sleeves
and high and low necks are represented in Tie-
Backs, Over Blouses and Plain Blouses.

"waists

(Second Floor)

HIGHEST PRICES Paid for your old
clothes. Phone 1981-W, and will
call at your convenience. 50-12.

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan