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.TTEND CHICAGO MEETING
ng the Christmas vacation
all of the zoological staff, ac-
hied by many assistants and
te students, will attend the
gs of the biological societies
sago. Prof. A. F. Shull will pre-
paper on "Chromosomes and
fe Cycle of Hydatina Senta,"
the American Society of Na-
ts. Prof. P. S. Welch will read
r before the American Society
nlogistS.
nize Daily Adverters.-Adv.

Copper Country Engineers to Organize
Calumet, Mich., Dec. 17. - Mining
engineers of the Lake Superior cop-
per country have decided on an in-
formal organization that will keep in
touch with the American Institute of
Mining and Metallurgical Engineers,
but will not be a regularly affiliated
chapter.
Dr. Parnell Goes to New York City
Dr. C. G. Parnell, director of the
University hospital, is in New York
City, attending the meeting of the
committee for the study of nursing
education. This committee is appoint-
ed by the Rockefeller foundation.

For

STUDY LAMPS

and all kinds of

ELECTRIC SUPPLIES

go to

WASHTENAW ELECTRIC SHOP

PHONE 273

200 WASHINGTON ST.

REAL'

Members of the University Girls'
Glee club are requested to meet at
3 o'clock this afternoon at Barbour
gymnasium. Light dresses will be
worn.
Househeads should notify Theo
dosia Burton, '22, if their houses in-
tend to present stunts at the Women's
league fancy dress party on Jan. 22.
Plans for the acts should be made
before the holidays so that costumes
,may be prepared at home.
All upperclassmen taking elective
work in gymnasium are required to
have a heart and lung examination.
Those who have not taken one should
do so at once.
Girls who areplanning 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.
Tryouts for the Junior Girls' play
will be held at 9 o'clock Saturday
morning in University Hall.
Girls who can help decorate for
the Women's league Christmas party
are asked to report at 9 o'clock Sat-
urday morning at Barbour gymnas-
ium.
College xehanges
Williams-Opening up an entirely
new field in Williams college Journal-
ism,'the board of the Literary Month-
ly have laid plans for the organization
of the Williams Graphic. The Graph-
ic, a magazine both pictorial and lit-
erary in character, will take the place
of the former "Lit" and will make its
first appearance on the campus at the
time of the February houseparty.
Illinois-Ninety-six women are en-
rolled in the department of architec-
ture at the University of Illinois and
two in the department of mechanical
engineering.
Minnesota-Mortarboard at the Un-
iversity of Minn sota has recently
opened a campaign for a fund of
$2,000 for a permanent co-operative
cottage for girls. "Co-operate with us
for a co-operative cottage," is the
slogan. The girls in such a cottage
manage all household affairs and are
able to live much more oheaply than
MASONS NOTICE-The Craftsmen's
Club will put on the third degree at
7:30 o'clock tonight in the Masonic
Temple, northwest corner Huron and
Main Streets. Every Mason invited.-
Ad.

they could in a regular boarding
house. There are already three co-
operative cottages on the campus.
Purdue-Plans for an annual cir-
cus, featuring student talent, are un-
der way. This will be a means of in-
creasing the union fund.
WOMEN ORGANIZE
SWIMMING CLASSES
Swimming classes for women at the
Y. M. C. A. will begin after Christmas
vacation. Women will be notified of
the exact date by cards sent out by the
Y. M. C. A.
A different schedule of classes has
been announced. Instead of being al-
lowed to swim once a week, women
are behig given the privilege to swim
three times a week in a morning
class, or twice in an afternoon class,
or twice in an evening class. The
morning class will be held from 10:30
to. 11:30 o'clock Mondays, Wednes-
days, and Fridays. The afternoon
class will be held from 4:30 to 5:30
o'clock Mondays and Thursdays, and
the evening class from 8 to 9 o'clock
Tuesdays and Fridays. Those who
can not attend any of these classes
as scheduled may make arrangements
with Viggo Nelson, '22, the swimming
coach, after vacation at the Y. M. C.
A.
Phyllis Wiley, '21, who is organiz-
ing the work through the Athletic(
association, says: "The plans are
coming up to all expectations. Work
on the dressing rooms, lockers, and
showers is nearly completed and is
sure to please the women."
DANCING
Tuesday and Thursday assemblies
will be continued through vacation at
Packard Acedmay. Phone 1850-F2.-
Adv.
CREOLE PRALINES-Grunew ald's
from New Orleans, at Tice's, 117 Main
St., South.-Adv.
GILBERT'S and MARTHA WASH-
INGTON'S candies for Xmas. Pack-
ed for mailing. Tice's Drug Store,
117 So. Main St.-Adv.

The entire

personnel of our

Ann Arbor branch is eager to

render

service.

I CE C REA M

Why are you so Insistent?
Because
Mr. Besimer's Beefsteak
Dinners are so Hard
to Equal
Opposite D. U. R. Station
Just Above Rae Theatre

Xmas

Dance

ATT
D E X TER

CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS
SPECIALTIES
SANTA CLAUS WILL GREET YOU ALL
HATS & WHISTLES FOR EVERY ONE
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22
PHIL DIAMOND
AND HIS FIRST ORCHESTRA

A MERRY CHRISTMAS

AND

A HAPPY NEW YEAR

ALWAYS
AT YOUR SERVICE

CARL

F. B A Y

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SCHOOL
OF DANCING
If you can walk, you can dance
after four private lessons with
MLLE.
JEANETTE KRUSZKA
OR
PHILIP MILLER, '23
LET US PROVE THE FACT
For Appointment Call
PHONE 2308-R
Between Hours 12-
OR AT THE STUDIO
324 E. HURON
Two Bl6eks West of High School

VAT A VTM in

WAN TED
NTED-Furnished appartment or
rge light housekeeping quarters
r young couple. .Occupancy by
ec. 24th, for a year at least. Pre-
rably north of campus. Box H.
P., Daily. 63-3
NTED-Students who are back-
and in their English German
┬░anslation and 'ho wish to be
stored in general at very reason-
le price. Call 1195- after 5:30
M. for appointment. .63-4
NTED-A student to share a front
ite at 425 S. Division. Price rea-
nable. Phone 1565-J. 60-5
FOR RENT
RENT-For 5 or 6 weeks In Jan-
ry and February, to two people,
iall furnished house, three blocks
utheast of campus. Call 1814-M.
64-21
RENT-Two large front rooms.
ould accommodate either three or
ir. 1309 So. State St. Phone
72-J. 62-3
' RENT-Double room with elec-
c lights and hot air heat. En-
ire of Mr. Hech. 712 Dewey Ave.
one 1734-M. 62-3
RENT- One good front suite,
o blocks from campus. 708 Church
Phone 1145-3. - 64-2
LST AJD kOUN
T-Leather back loose-leaf note-
ok. Please return to John A.
ward. 852-J. 64-31

FOR RALE
FOR SALE-Oil leases. The posted
man knows that the best specula-
tion in the oil game is a "Commer-
cial" lease upon favorably located
lands. I have such leases at low
prices. If you are interested in a
buyer or as an agent (I will allow-
fair commissions) ; see me at the
Allenel Friday or Saturday at 4tto
5 P. M. Residence phone 1438-W.
Samuel H. Smith. 63-2
FOR SALE - Hand made banners,
pennants, and pillows. 1341 Wil-
mont. Phone 2384-M. 62-4
FOR SALE - Mandolin and Guitar.
Bargains. Call F. A. Scott, 726-M.
62-3
FOR SALE-A Pullman reservation to
Buffalo, Tuesday, 8:35 P. M. train.
Call Weaver, 2642-R. 64-1
FOR SALE-A berth to Chicago on the
Michigan Central, Tuesday night at
10:42. Call 907-R. Maremont. 64-1
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Heavy winter overcoat-green,
large fur collar, gray chamois lin-
ed. Reward. No questions, W.
P. Campbell, 1550 Washteigaw.
Phone 188. 632
LOST-Tortoise Glasses in case. Sun-
day. Finder please call Margaret
Spalding. Phone 398. 62-3
LOST-Umbrella on third oor, Engi-
neering Bldg., Tuesday. Liberal re-
ward. Call 1158-M. 63-2
LOST-Fraternity pin with name on
back. Finder please call 1460. 62-3

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