THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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LYNDON & COMPANY-
- EST. 1905 -
719 North University Avenue
Are you going to take pictures today?
Better bring the films here for develop-
Annual tryouts for membership in
Masques will be held at 4 o'clock Wed-
nesday afternoon in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall. All University women,
including freshmen, who are interest-
ed in stage-craft or play production,
are eligible to membership.
There will be an important meeting
of the Girls' Mandolin club at 7:15
o'clock, Tuesday evening, Oct. 12, in
the Women's league roomat Univer-
sity hall. Several announcements will
be made, and plans for the year will
4MEET ME AT THE FOUNTAIN"
Coffee, sandwiches, pies, light
lunches of all kinds. Right prices.s
Sodas, sundaes, Coca Cola, all soft'
drinks. Kept right. It's a B. & B.'
Red Cross-the best fountain at Hus-
Sleep Anyplace i
Eat at Rex 's
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 ARBOR STREET
Near State and Packard
Home of Sweet and Purity
302 S. Main
ing and printing. Your pictures
the benefit of our experience-and
The Blue Front
The Junior advisers' supper is to
follow Dean Myra B. Jordan's tea,
Monday night, Oct. 11. All juniors
will come to Barbour gymnasium at 6
o'clock to meet their freshmen, and
bring them to the supper.
Oct. 19-Ossip Gabrilowitsch, Pianist (all Chopin recital).
Nov. 9-Charles Carver, Basso; Frank La Forge, Com-
Dec. 15-Ypsilanti Normal Choir, Christmas Music.
Feb. 8-Sascha Jacobinoff, Violinist.
Mar. 22-Detroit Symphony String Quartet.
PATTENGILL AUDITORIUM, HIGH SCHOOL
COURSE TICKETS $2.50
FOR CLUB MEMBERS, $2.00
Tickets now on sale at Water's and Graham's Book Stores.
THIS II fO
AT P.M. ADV E R T IS I.NG AT 3 P. M
FOR RENT-To one or two Medics or
Hospital Assistants, large front
room, opposite University Hospital.
All modern conveniences. Well furn-
ished. Price right. Call No. 1122-W.
FOR RENT-Several apartments one
block from campus. We write In-
surance of all kinds-Potter and
Allshouse-601-4 1st National Bank.
FOR RENT-Exceptionally comfort-
able double study room with dorm-
itory. Two and one-half blocks from
campus. $8 per week. 'Mrs. Foster,
FOR RENT - Very desirable front
suite suitable for two or three. Two
blocks from campus. 429 S. Divis-
ion, phone 1741-R.
FOR RENT- Fine large suite with l
two single beds. Half block from
campus. Men. $8. 210 S. Thayer.
FOR RENT- Large well k furnished
double room. Steam heated, two
FOR SALE-Essex roadster. Practic-
ally new, run only 3,000 miles. Five
Cord tires and complete equipment.
Mechanically perfect and a bargain
for cash. Dr. S. G. Bush, Chelsea.
FOR SALE-Modern six room house,
y fine S. E. location. Beautif'ully de-
corated, clean, ready to occupy.
$3,000 down andmonthly payments.
Telephone owner, 1600-J.
FOR SALE - Nelson sport model
speedster, fine condition. Very rea-
sonable. Car just overhauled thor-
oughly. Will demonstrate. Call 258
after 6 p. m.
FOR SALE-Hand carved rosewood
table, Louise Quinze. Perfect con-
dition. Phone 1177-J, 809 E. Kings-
FOR SALE - Gibson Mando-Cello.
Practically new, fair price. Over-
land Garage. Phone 2440, evenings.'
FOR SALE-A banjo mandolin. Call
FOR SALE-Pair of gymnasium shoes,
size 3/ C. Call 1499-R.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-End of silver fountain pen.
Lost on State or Maynard Sts. Re-
turn to B. Merriam, Kappa Kappa
LOST-Trunk bearing "E. M." Detroit,
Mich." Probably delivered to wrong
address. Call 1662-W. Reward. !
The University Girls' Glee club will
hold try outs at four o'clock Tues-
day and Wednesday afternoons in Miss
Hunt's studio, room 204, School of
There will be a meeting of the Wom-
en's Athletic association board at 4
o'clock.Tuesday, Oct. 12, in Barbour
DEAN TO GIVE TEA
FOR ALL FRESHMEN
All women of the class of 1924 have
been invited to a tea given by Dean
Myra B. Jordan at 4 o'clock Monday
afternoon in Barbour gymnasium.
Those receiving with Mrs. Jordan will
be Mrs. Marion L. Burton, Mrs. J. R.
Effinger, Miss Marion Wood, Miss Ma-
rion Dawley, and the social directors
of the dormitories.
The election of 12 freshmen for a
social committee will be conducted
by Marguerite Clark, '21, president of
the Judiciary council.
Following the tea the freshmen will
stay at the gymnasium where their
Junior advisers will call to take them
to the supper at 6 o'clock.
NEW ASSISTANTS NAMED
FOR ZOOLOGY DEPARTMENT
Four new assistants have been ap-1
pointed in the zoology department to
fill the vancancies left by members of
last year's graduating class. They
are Stella M. Cooper, '21, Marie L.
Braun, '21, Helen J. Fisher, '21, and1
Lois M. Cochran, '22. Arthur Orten-;
berger, '20, is occupying a fellowship.
The enrollment in the department
this year tops 350, a slight increasel
over that of last year.r
DANCING. Old established school
in Ann Arbor. The latest in ball room
dancing. Lady and gentlemen in-
structors. Beginners class Monday
and Wednesday evening at 7 to 8:30.
Eight lessons $5.00. Advanced class
Thursday evening, 7 to 8. Six lessons
$4.00. Opening class Oct. 11. Tuesday
assemblies free to members of class.
Register by phone. Buy your tickets
at opening class. Private lessons by
appointment. Assemblies every Tues-
day and Thursday evenings, 8 to 10.
Opening dance Thursday. Sixty cents
per couple. Packard Academy, Phone
1850-F1. Cor. State and Packard.-
WANTED-Several substitute waiters
to wait at odd meals and week-ends
at one of the largest boarding
houses. Fine place to work and sure
of steady job by Xmas. Leave name,
address and telephone number at
Box E, Michigan Daily, stating when
you are available.
WANTED - Woman student wants
part time stenographic work. Ex-
perience in both shorthand and
typewriting. Box C, care of Daily.
WANTED-Garage, near Division and
Jefferson. Preferably heated or
what have you. J. C. Morris, 293-W.
WANTED-Good bass soloist wanted
for church work. Apply 312 S. Di-
vision St. Phone 212-J.
WANTED-Highprices paid for your
old clothes.. Phone 1981-W and will
call at you reonvenience.
WANTED-typewriter, any standard
make. Must be in good condition.
Care Michigan Daily, Box D.
WANTED-Women students with bus-
iness ability who wish to earn good
money. Address Box DD.
WANTED- Room-mate. Also single
room to rent. Phone 1194-M.
WANTED- Room-mate wanted, 609
Corner of State and Packard
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Quarry Drug Company
Calkins Drug Co., Three Stores
Slater Book Shop
0. D. Morrill, IPrtg. & Office Supplies
L. C. Schleede, Stationery
Dawson Brothers, Drugs
A. E. Crippen, Drugs
A. E. Mummery, Drugs
E. C. Edsill (1lexall Store)
Arcade Jewelry Shop
On Wednesday, Oct. 13, 1920, we are bringing to
the Whitney Theater "America's Gayest Musical
Show"-"TAKE IT FROM ME," written by Will
B. Johnstone and Will R. Anderson.
In bringing this brilliant musical 'success here
we are not making any experiment, for it comes with
a record of five months in New York, six months in
Chicago, four months in Philadelphia and four
months in Boston.
THIS IS THE ORIGINAL COMPANY AND
PRODUCTION THAT MADE THEATRICAL
HISTORY AT THE STUDEBAKER THEATER,
CHICAGO. THERE IS NO OTHER COMPANY.
The scenic production of "TAKE IT FROM
ME" is especially gorgeous and all the gowns are
the very latest models, setting a new standard for
smart and up-to-date Fifth avenue effects. Every
effort has been put forward to make this the finest
possible presentation of a musical comedy.
Mail orders are now being received at the Whit-
ney Theater .for one performance of "TAKE IT
FROM ME" on Wednesday, Oct. 13, 1920.
Prices will range from 75c to $3.00. Boxes, $3.00;
Lower Fl9or, $2.50; Balcony, $1.oo, $1.50 and $2,
Enclose proper remittance, payable to the order
of the theater, and enclose self-addressed stamped
envelope for return of tickets.
THE UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
TWO SPLENDID CONCERT COURSES
CHORAL UNION SERIES
Oct. 29-METROPOLITAN OPERA SEXTETTE
Giovanni Martinelli and Guiseppe Corallo,
Nina Morgana and Marie Rappold,
Helena Marsh, Contralto
EXTRA CONCERT SERIES
Nov. 4-ALBERT SPALDING, Violinist
Nov. 13--UNITED STATES MARINE BAND
Capt. W. H. Santelman, Conductor
Arthur Whitcomb, Cornetist
Dec. 2-PERCY GRAINGER, Pianist
Jan. 10-FLONZALEY STRING QUARTET
Adolfo Betti, 1st Violin
Campus. Boys. 311
Thomas Chalmers, Bass
11-SERGEI RACHMANINOFF, Pianist
13--JAN KUBELIK, Violinist
24-DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
FOR RENT-Pleasant, furnished, light
housekeeping apartment, four rooms.
909 Mary St.
FOR RENT - Double room on first
floor near the campus. Price 0.00.
Call 993-W, 421 E. University.
FOR RENT-Fine large suite with two
single beds; one block from cam-
pus. Girls. 911 Monroe.
FOR RENT-Room for two or three.
Half block from campus. See Graves
608 East William St.
FOR RENT-Single room for rent for
lady. 312 S. Division St. Phone
FOR RENT-Garage east of campus.
524 Linden St. Phone 2328-J.
Alfred Pochon, 2nd Violin
Ossip Gabrilowitsch, Conductor
Feb. 24--MINNEAPOLIS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Emil Oberhoffer, Conductor
Mar. 7-DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Ossip Gabrilowitsch, Conductor
Ml\arcia VanDresser, Soprano
TICKETS: $4.50, $5.00, $5.50, $6.00
Louis Bailly, Viola
Iwan D'Archambeau, 'Cello
Feb. 28--NEW YORK CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY
Carolyn Beebe, Director and Pianist
LOST-Dunhill pipe Tuesday night
on Packard near Williams. Reward.
Box BB, Daily.
LOST-Moore fountain pen, gold clip.
Finder please call 2344-R. M. Kust-
erer, 900 S. State.
LOST-On Ferry Field, the cap of a
gold fountain pen. Fnider please
LOST-Thursday a Chi Omega soror-
ity pin. Name on back. Call 1325.
(Patrons Tickets: First Choice, $7.00)
TICKETS: $2.00 - $2.50
Public Sale of Choral Union Tickets, Saturday, October 16.
Public Sale of Extra Concert Series Tickets, Monday, November 1.
All mail orders for either course will be filled in advance-in order of receipt.
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CHARLES A. SINK, SECRETARY