THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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ther Is No Consideration
In Activities Of Dan Cupid
CONTROL OF WHEAT MARKET
TO BE PLANNED IN SPRING
Wi hi Tian, K% J A finnc.nial!
completed in the early months of 1921 STOWAWAYS FROM ALL LANDS
in the wheat producing states of the SEEK PASSAGE TO AMERICA
middle west, he decared. He included
Minnesota, North and South Dakota,
_ _ _ Hamburg, Dec. 19,--(By ,mail).---
Christmas vacation is evidently at-
empting to rival far famed spring-
ime in its matrimonial harvest.
Marie M. Schanz of Ann Arbor and
/lartin ten Hoor, Instructor in Eng-
ish in the engineering college, were
narried Friday, Dec. 31, at the Epis-
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
nd Mrs. John J. Schanz of Detroit,
while Mr. ten Hoor is a member of
he graduate school of the Univer-
ity. The couple will be at home tot
riends at 306 S. State street.
Edgar George Gordon, '20L, and
Verna Florence Hay, '19, were mar-
ied Dec. 25 in Detroit. Mr. Gordon
s a practicing attorney at Monroe.
day night at the Alpha Sigma Phi
house of the engagement of Freder-
ick W. Sullivan Jr., '18, of Battle
Creek, to Miss Lois Clark, of Exe-
ter, N. H. The latter is a graduate
of Smith college. Mr. Sullivan re-
ceived his master's degree in chemis-
try in 1919, and at present is an in-
structor in the department of chemis-
Announcement has been made of
the engagement of Mildred Brink of
Cambridge, Mass., to George A. Kuy-
per, instructor in English literature
in the University.
wcnm a, an.,jai. o.-&iaut
a Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas v
plan to "control and market wheat at Stowaways from virtually every coun-
a price based on cost of production and parts of Colorado and ontana. try n the world were found aboard the
plus a fair profit" will be worked out
at a national convention of the The question of how best to fit your- Spanish steamer Mar del Norte before
Wheat Growers' Association of Amer- self for the -future will be answered it sailed from here for the United
Whet Gowes Asocatin o Amr-if youwl enroll in the new classes to
ica in the spring, it is announced by beorganizednext Tuesday, January Sates. The captain had to call the
W. H. McGreevy, secretary-treasurer. 11, at the School of Shorthand, 711 port authorities to help him clear his
Organization of the association, the N. University Ave.-Adv. ship of the unusual number who were
membership of which exceeds 100,000 seeking an unpaid passage to Am-
according to Mr. McGreevy, will be Paronize Daily Advertiers.-Adv. erica.
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
The Ann Arbor Savings Dank r
Capital and Surplus, $625,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.
Announcement was made
Formal announcemnt Ijas been
made by Justice and Mrs. Frederick
L. Siddons of Washington, D. C., of
the engagement of their daughter,
Mary Elizabeth, to George Starr Lash-
er, instructor in rhetoric in the Uni-
versity. The wedding will take place
At a New Year's dinner in Detroit,
Miss Olive Smith, '21, of Martha Cook
building, announced her engagement
to Oliver H. Grunow, of Detroit.
Miss Edna Lieblein, '21, has an-
nounced her engagement to J. L. Hess,
'21. Miss Lieblein is a member of
the Mu Phi Epsilon sorority and Mr.
Hess is a member of the Acacia fra-
IL final general tryout for the
Girls' play will be held at
'clock Saturday morning in Sarah
,aswell Angell hall. This will be the
ast opportunity for those girls who
lave not yet tried out.
There will be no more Women's
eague parties until Jan. 22, when the
annual fancy dress party is to be held.
All University women are invited to
lhe annual fancy dress party to be
iven by the Women's league, Jan. 22,
n Barbour gymnasium.
Senior society will hold its next
neeting at 7:30 o'clock Monday night
t the home of Bernice Nickels, 337
Girl reserve work will continue as
sual this week in spite of the fact
hat Miss Litaker who has charge of
his division of Y. W. C. A. work is un-
ble to return until next week.
All. Junior girls are asked to pay
heir social tax of 50 cents today or
omorrow in the main corridor of
HOLDS BABY CLINIC
All roads lead to the Community
ouse on Tuesday and Friday; that is,
I1 roads for baby carriages. Baby
linic is held twice a week in the at-
mpt to promote public health.
abies are examined by a child spec-
list and public health nurse.
The majority of cases of sick babies
rove to be caused by either over
eding or under feeding and advice is;
ven to the parent concerning the
mount of food which the child needs.
hildren that need further attentionj
'e asked to reutrn weekly or oftener
EXHIBITION SWIMMER TO
INSTRUCT AfT "" POOLI
Just to clean our racks- All
Young Men's Tweed and
Herinbone Suits at
All $70 - $75 and $80 Values Marked
for Quick Selling
N. F. Allen Co.,
-the House of Kuppenheimer Clothes
Miss Hazel Hovey, of Detroit, not-
ed fancy diver and long distance
swimmer, has been secured to in-
struct in swimming with Viggo Nel-
son, '22, at the city Y. M. C. A. pool.
Classes for University women will be-
gin Monday on the schedule previous-
Miss Hovey has done a great deal
ofW exhibition work all through the
Middle West, the East, the New Eng-
land states, and the South. Her work
in Michigan includes swimming in all
the inland lakes, exhibition work at
the Detroit Athletic club, and in-
structing at Belle Isle and at the
Highland Park high school. Miss Hov-
ey was in vaudeville all last season.
The Detroit Aquatic association has
recently given her an honorary mem-
bership, and she is to be in an ex-
hibition given by the association on
Jan. 19. She is also a member of the
American Red Cross Life Saving
corps at Washington.
Under Water Work Her Specialty
Miss Hovey has perfect form in
swimming and specializes in under
water work, having made a 75 foot
under water swim. She has per-
formed the fascinating art of toe
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Clinic is also held at the Donavan GIRLS ATTENTION! Rainwater
hool at 3 o'clock on Wednesday for shampoos, marcel waving, manicur-
.ose living in that vicinity. ing, face and scalp treatment. Wigs
for rent at Mrs. J. R. Trojanowski's,
1110 S. University, side entrance.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Ad" Phone 696-W.-Adv.
COLUMN l COLUMN
93 PM. ADVERTISING AT 3P.M.
RMAD1ON AND WABASH
ALL OUR SHOES AND OXFORDS ARE REDUCED
TO LESS THAN COST OF MANUFACTURE
DR RENT.-One double room, elec-
tric light, good bath, hot air heat.
Occupancy any time. 4.50 per week.
726 So. Division St. Phone 1936-W.
OR RENT -- Furnished apartment,
two front rooms. Available Jan.
8th Electric, gas and heat furnish-
ed. Near campus. 1207 Willard
OR RENT- Large front suite and
single room for ladies or man and
wife. One block north of campus,
)R RENT-Warm comfortable third
floor suite. Must rent, leaving school.
Five large windows. Call 2287-W,
216 Mack Road. 1 68-3
FOR SALE-Complete set fresh med-
ical books, condition good as new.
Tolts, Ech-Shoe, Davis, Nervous An-
atomy, Piersol. Stereoptical gross
dissection set. Call 2287-W. 68-3
FOR SALE - Cheap - Locomobile
speedster-five good tires-complete
equipment, including spotlight, bat-
tery, tools. Completely overhauled.
Call Weston, 258. 67-3
FOR SALE- Late model typewriter
with chemical keyboard. Room 362
Chemical Bldg., afternoons, or phone
1203-J, evenings. 67-3
LOST AND rOUND
FOUND - On State St. in front of
Graham's Bookstore, a watch; also
in Farmers and Mechanic's Bank, a
fountain pen. Call Room 105, Tap-
pan Hall, Phone 1867. 68-2
LOST-Before vacation, on State St.,
a silver wrist watch. Return 615
LOST-Open faced plain Elgin wrist
watch. Reward. Phone 2325. 68-3
LOST-Monks' Fraternity Pin. Call
Thorp at 2562. 67-2
HIGHEST PRICES paid for your old
clothes. Phone 1981-W and will call.
at your convenience. 65-6
ROOM FOR a few more students at
Durfee's, 514 E. Jefferson. Home
cooked meals. $7.50 per week. 67-3
924-Former Price $21.50-now
925-Former Price $21.50-now
926-Former Price $23.00-now
927-Former Price $20.00-now
928-Former Price $22.00-now
933-Former Price $23.00-now
934-Former Price $21.50-now
936-Former Price $21.50-now
939-Former Price $22.50-now
941-Former Price $22.50-now
942-Former Price $22.50-now
945-Former Price $24.00-now
t RENT - Furnished
nt, 726 Oakland Ave.
_1267. D. E._Seeley.
e. ' k° .
R RENT-Furnished room. Single
r double. No other roomers. 1312
eddes Ave., Phone 1168. 67-3
R RENT-Nicely furnished single
oom. Also half of double room.
10 S. Ingalls. 1722-W. , 67-2
R RENT---A single room, warm and
leasant. 429 So. Division. 68-31
NTED - Economical students to
uy pressing cash cards. $3.50 for
3.00. Call at August C. Barth's,
19 E. William St. 67-3
JDENT wants roommate, in desir-:
ble room. 426 So. Division. 68-3
MR. H. W. NAECKEL
is now showing our complete line
at very attractive prices
324 SOUTH STATE STREET
Above Calkins-Fletcher Drug Store