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fHE MICHIGAN DAILY

ERS- VISIT FRATERNITY
ECOND TIME THIS YEAR
yes entered the Phi Rho Sigma
ity house early Monday morn-
Ld while the students were
g, made off with a quantity of
g, jewelry and $82 in money.
bbery must have occurred aft-
5 o'clock as some members did
tire until after 1:30 and at 2:15
i one of the students came down
Everything seemed all right
time.

This is the second time this year
that the Phi Rho Sigma house has
been robbed. Early last spring thieves
entered and got away with clothing
and jewelry. One of these robbers
was later caught and is now serving
time.
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.
Michigan Daily liners bring re-
sults.-Adv.

'. We C. A. CONFERENCE
PRONOUNCED SUCCESS.

INDUSTRIAL CLUB LEADERS
GUESTS OF UNIVERSITY
"Y" CABINET

ARE

gB
Of things Beautiful,

OUR HOUSE IS.

Too full for Utterance

Gifts Suitable to all Givers

OPEN EVENINGS

Ulbe dames foster- Ruse of Art

ANY MEMBER OF A

FRATERNITY

"Democracy demands an under-
standing between all groups of peo-
ple and I consider that this confer-
ence has brought about a valuable ex-
change of ideas," said Miss Elizabeth
McGee, Y. W. C. A. industrial secre-
tary, of Detroit, in speaking of the
conference between members of the
University Y. W. C. A. cabinet and the
delegates from the Detroit Industrial
Girls' clubs, which took place here
Saturday and Sunday.
"The University women contributed
their theoretical knowledge and the
girls from Detroit told of their actual
experience in working. The two
groups found that they had much in
common and the conference, which is
one of the few ever held, has been a
decided success."
Social Creed Discu~sed
The purpose of the conference was
to discuss the social creed of the
churches of America, the substance of
the creed being, "Equal rights and
Justice for all men and in all stations
of life."
The delegates were entertained
Saturday night with a banquet and
the freshman spread. Sunday morn-
ing and afternoon sessions for dis-
cussion.were held in Newberry hall.
Clubs Self Governing
The 18 delegates from Detroit are
members of self-governing clubs or-
ganized under the auspices of the Y.
W. C. A. Thirteen hundred girls who
work in factories and stores compose
membership in 16 clubs which are
federated to enable the accomplishing
of more extensive work. The federa-
tion is sending one of its members to1
the English Working Woman's college
in England for a year's study in this
school for industrial workers who
have had little opportunity for educa-
tion. 1hey are also supporting, A
French girl in the United States in
order that she may receive training
to organize Y. W. C. A. work in
France.
Co-operation between women in col-
lege and industry will be further aid-
ed by a similar conference in Detroit
in January.
REGENT TO ADDRESS D. A. Br ON
PIONEER DAYS IN MICHIGAN
The regular monthly meeting of the
Sarah Caswell Angell chapter of the
Daughters of the American Revolu-
tion, will be held at 3 o'clock Thurs-
day afternoon, Dec. 16, at the home of
Mrs. Arthur Brown, 1012 Hill street.
The speaker of the afternoon will be
Regent Junius E. Beal. His subject
will be "Early Pioneer Days in Mich-
igan."
An exhibit of Indian baskets and
French lace will be shown at the
meeting. Annual dues are payable at
this time.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv;

Waomen
University Girls' Glee club will
meet at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon in
Barbour gymnasium. All girls who
ordered pins are requested to pay for
them at this time.
Athena Literary society will hold
its regular meeting at 7:15 o'clock to-
night. The program for the evening
consists of a debate 61 the propos-
ition: "Resolved, That the present
presidential primary system be ahol-'
ished."
The Girls' Education club will meet
at 8 o'clock Wednesday night at the
Pi Beta Phi house.
There will be no meeting of the pub-
licity committee ° of the Womens'
league until after Christmas vacation.
Members will be expected to submit
reports of the work that is being done
at that time.
Girls who are planning to spend the
Christmas holidays-in Ann Arbor
should sign up in Dean Myra B. Jor-
dan's office at once. It is- important
that the exact number be known as
soon as possible.
Stylus will hold its regular meet-
ing at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday night at
the Chi Omega house.
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.
Upperclassmen who would be inter-
ested in having a class formed for
advanced gymnasium work are re-
quested to sign up on the bulletin
board in Barbour gymnasium.
Any girls interested in becoming
apparatus leaders in gymnasium work
are requested to see Miss Marian
Wood as soon as possible.
All fees for the use of the Y. M.
C. A. swimming pools should be pay-
ed at once so that classes can begin
after vacation. The money can be
left with Miss Wood in Barbour gym-
nasium.

The committee to adjust rooming
difficulties for women will meet at 2
o'clock Friday afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium. Anyone who has any
complaint may lay it before the com-
mittee at this time.
Tryouts for the Junior Girls' play
will be held at 4 o'clock Wednesday
and Thursday afternoons, and at 9
o'clock Saturday morning in Univer-
sity Hall.
Juniors who want information re-
garding writing lyrics for the play
may call Margaret Tibbles, lyric chair-
man, at 398.
Mt. Clemens Club to Give Dance
For the purpose of bringing Michi-
gan alumni and students together, the
Mt. Clemens club will give a dance
Tuesday evening, Dec. 28, in. the
Chamber of Commerce hall at Mt.
Clemens. About 200 couples are ex-
pected to attend and every member
of the University is cordially invited.

UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL FAIR
-FORTUNES
- WAFFLE KITCHEN
-BEAUTY PARLOR
-BAZAAR
TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, 8-11 P. M
CLASS ROOMS - HOSPITAL
We are equipped with everything
even incidentally necessary in render-

UNIVERSITY MEN! Invest your
spare monies with the HURON VAL-
LEY BLDG. & SAVINGS ASSO. Div-
idends wil double it in ten years. Can
draw it ANYTIME & get 5 per ct.
from date of investment. H. H.~
HERBST,tSec'y., A. A. Savings Bank
Bldg.-Adv.
Gilbert's and Martha Washington
candies for Xmas. Packed for mail-
ing. Tice's Drug Store, 117 S. Main
St.-Adv.
Read The Daily for Campus News.
Sleep Anyplae .ut
Eat at Rext'sI
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 ARBOR STREET
N ear State and Packard
CALL CILANI 623 F-I
for
Anthracite - All Kinds
Pocahontas and Solvay Coke
Ohio & Kentucky Egg & Lump
PRICES RIGHT

Who Was Expecting o Banquet
at The Chinese Gardens

ing a cleaning service to you.

Tuesday

Evening This

Week

Kindly

Get in Touch W ith

Management.

Phone 1549

THIS' THISa
IUNLASSIFIE ATOTHIS
LOSES CLOSES
3PM A DV E R T I S lNG 3.

BENZOL USED EXCLUSIVELY
Ann Arbor's Only Cleaners
not using gasoline in any form

FOR SALE
R SALE-Hand made banners, pen-
ants, and pillows. 1341 Wilmont..
hone 2384-M. 55-6
FOB RENT
R RENT-Front suite with private,
vatory, electric lights, hot water,
eat. Also room for one student.
ood board during vacation. Re-:
uced rates for table of ten after
olidays. 1021 E. Huron St. Phone
81-R. 59-3
R RENT - Housekeeping apart-
ent. Two rooms and kitchenette.
ompletely furnished. Near cam-
us. 1207 Willard St. 60-3
R RENT- Pleasant, well heated
oom near campus. Phone 2512-W.

i

60 I

_1

RENT-Single room
block from campus.

for lady.
1724-J.
60-3

WANTED
ANTED - Students for profitable
ositions during Christmas vacation
-no book canvassing or peddling,
ut a good position with a steady
income for those who make good.
ee Mr. Baldwin at Allenel Hotel.
londay and Tuesday, Dec. 13 and
4. 58-3
LNTED-Roommate, 217 S. Thay-
r.- one half block from campus.
Phone 1032-M. 59-3
LNTED-A No. 1 Saxaphone player
or dance work. Call 2291-R.
'hurch. 60
kNTED-A roommate for very de-
irable front suite. 924 Oakland.
_________60-3
LNTED- Log Log or Mannheim
Ilide rule. Call Loewensohn, 2375.
59-2
ANTED-A student to share a front
uite at 425 S. Division. Price rea-
onable. Phone' 1565-J. 60-5
MISCELLANEOUS
CHEST PRICES Paid for your old
lothes. Phone 1981-W, and will
all at your convenience. 50-12
ED MONEY for Xmas? Will buy
our sheep skin coat. Box M. C. H.
)aily office. 60

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Saturday at the noon hour, 12
to 1:30, at the Chinese Gardens, or
between Chinese Gardens, Millen's
store, and Chapman's jewelry store,
a small hunting case gold watch,
stem missing. Stem found at Chin-
ese Gardens. Valued as a keepsake.
If found, address Mrs. W. G. Doty,
412 S. Fifth Ave. or phone 1018-W.
Reward. 60
LOST-A string of pearl beads with
diamond clasp. Reward if return-
ed. Phone 71-W. 710 E. Ann St.
60-2
LOST - Mannheim Slide Rule on
Thursday, Dec. 9. R. C. Bergrall,
Phone 1077-M. 58-4
LOST-Diamond platinum har pin at
Barbour gym Saturday night. Re-
ward. Call 988-W. 60-3
LOST--Black and tan Airedale fem-
ale, 5 months. Reward. 618 Church
302-J. 60
FORB SALE
FOR SALE-Rebuilt Remington, lat-
est model, $70, bargain. Blickden-
derfer portable typewriter, $5.00.
Phone Marston, 1951-R. 555 Pack-
ard. 59-2
FOR SALE- Full blooded Airedale
puppies. Phone 197-R22 Saline.
Fred Klinesmith, R. F. D., No. 4,
Saline. 58-6
FOR SALE-Four tickets for remain-
ing numbers of Choral Union Series
with May Festival coupon attached.
Call 2048-J. 58-3
FOR SALE--Dress uit of best mater-
ial. Size 36 for man of medium
height. Very reasonable. Call
Todd. 1268. 60-3
FOR SALE- Remington Typewriter
No. 10. Visible tabulator, In A-1
mechanical condition. Call 2303-J,
60-2
FOR SALE - Very desirable Ford
speedster at a sacrifice if taken at
once. Call 72-J. 60-3
FOR SALE - New set of Richtor
Drawing Instruments. M. Williams:
723 Oakland. Phone 936-W. 54-7
FOR SALE-Tenor banjo and case.
Fine condition. Call 1153, G. Hag-
erman. 55-6

Ann Arbor, Michigam

O. 1. MlRcILL
17 Nickels Arcade

336 South State Street
December 14th, 1920.

To my Customers:

We have this day received

a new

consign-

ment of Suits and Ulsters of the finest quality
which we can retail at prices from Fifty to Sev-
enty-five Dollars.

Yours

truly,

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