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rHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT!
START WITH HALSEY.
YOU WILL NOT REPENT!
WUERTH ARCADE

CLEVER STUNTS
WomnuTO WIN PRIZES AT
FANCY DRESS BALL
Stylus will meet at 7:30 o'clock All four classes, as well as six cam-
Tuesday night at the Gamma Phi Beta pus houses are preparing stunts for
house. the annual fancy dress party which
the Women's league is giving on Sat-
The D. A. R. will hold its next reg- urday evening, Jan. 22. Prizes are
ular monthly meeting Jan. 20, at the offered for the most original stunts,
home of Mrs. Junius E. Beal, 343 South and competition promises to be, keen.
Fifth avenue. So far Gill, O'Hara, Gamma Phi

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These affairs will take the place
of the faculty suppers now held on
Sunday night, according, to Miss
Grace Greenwood, social director.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Ada

Have you got yours? The new mod-
ified English, Brogue-they're cut
down 20 per cent too at the Readjust-
ment Sale-Davis Toggery Shoppe
119 S. Main St.-Adv.
Read The Daily for Campus News.

Fo Yung Men
THERE'S a snap about the styles of
Eagle Shirts that young men fancy.
It's in the original patterns created
by the makers, the novel weaves from
their own looms, the color blend.
It's in the shaped waist, the trim cuffs,
the way that attached collars fit as if
they were a vital part of the shirt.
Young men are quick to appraise
such niceties. That is why Eagle
Shirts are such universal favorites of
those who want more for their money
than just a shirt.
See our window display of the

new Fall Patterns.
while.

They're worth

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A final general tryout for the Jun-
for Girls' play will be held at 9:30
o'clock this morning in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall. This will be the
last opportunity for those girls who
,ave not yet tried out.
Senior society will hold its next
meeting at 7:30 o'clock Monday night
at the home of Bernice Nickels, 337
Maynard street.
Girl reserve work will continue as
usual this week in spite of the fact
that Miss Litaker who has charge of
this division of Y. W. C. A. work is un-
able to return until next week.
All junior girls are asked to pay
their social tax of 50 cents today or
tomorrow in the main corridor of
University hall.
Chaperones for the dances tonight
will be as follows: At the Union, Mrs.
H. G. Berger; at the Armory, Mrs.
{ Yates Adams.
Miss Greenwood and the residents
of Martha Cook building will be at
home to the women students of the
University from 4 to 5 o'clock every
day except Saturday and Sunday for
the rest of this semester.
House groups which intend to enter
the stunt contest at the Women's
league fancy dress party on Jan. 22,
should notify Theodosia Burton, '23,
immediately, if they have not done so
already.
COMMITTEE PLACES
EIGHT TEACHERSt
Eight teachers have been placed
through the efforts of the appointment
committee and have accepted school
positions for immediately after the
holidays or the next semetser.
Alice Walz, '20, is teaching English
at Battle Creek; Wallace F. Watt, '20,
part time class, Battle Creek; Luella
guerite Scott, '13, mathematics, Sag-
Marsh, '21, French, Midland; Mar-
inaw; Mrs. Fern Richtig, '21, Latin,
Niles; Earl Henry Neller, '20, English,
S. S. Cyrilus, Methodius academy, Or-
chard Lake; Fred R. Matthews, '20,
mathematics, Jackson; James Kerr,
'21, assistant professor of commerce,
State College of Agriculture, Lansing.
224 BABIES EXAMINED BY
HEALTH CLINIC SINCE JULY
Since July, 1920, the health clinic at
the Community house has examined
224 babies, 90 per cent of whom were
under two years old. Ten out of this
number were perfectly normal and a
large number needed only a change
of diet. Thirty-four babies have been
examined at the clinic this week.
A diagnosis of the case and history
of each child is made out and filed. In
case there is a family physician, the
matter is referred to him. The main
purpose of the clinic is to advise the
parents.
Posters and pamphlets concerning
public health published by the Amer-
ican Medical association are conspicu-
ous in the clinic room at the Commun-
ity house. Work of the Public Health
Nursing association has been carried
on in Ann Arbor for four years and
confines itself chiefly to attending to
children under the age of two.
Barbour Scholar Enroute from India
Word was received by Dean John R.
Effinger yesterday that Miss DasGup-
ta, of Calcutta, India, has sailed from
England and will arrive in Ann Ar-
bor soon to enter the University next

semester. Miss DasGupta was award-
ed one of the Barbour scholarships.
1 MISCELLANEOUS
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
STUDENT WANTS roommate in de-
sirable room. 425 S. Division. 69-3
U. S. ARMY wool blankets, now $2.50
and up; Reg. O. D. wool shirts,
$4.38; Extra strong laundry bags in
blue or white at $1.00;Extra quality
assorted Fruit Jams in No. 10 cans,
7 lbs. for $1.60;Sliced Pineapple in
No. 2 cans at 25c; Bacon less than
20c per lb.; Canned roast beef,
Pumpkin, Corn, String Beans, Mess
Cans, Canteens, Leggings, Binocu-
lars etc. on sale at Army Surplus
Store 213 No. Fourth Ave. 69-1

Beta, Alpha Xi Delta, Alpha Chi Om-
ega, and Kappa Kappa Gamma houses
have entered the contest. Prizes will
also be offered for individual cos-
tumes, but the exact nature of the
competition has not been announced.
There will be no more Friday aft-
ernoon league parties until after the
fancy dress dance.
MARTHA COOK TO ENTERTAIN
FACULTY BY DEPARTMENTS
Martha Cook building residents are
to hold a series of dinner parties in-
viting the faculty by departments as
honor guests. On next Tuesday even-
ing,a Jan. 11, the departments of phi-I
losophy and psychology will be en-
tertained.
PHONE 166
TRUBE Y
218 SOUTH MAIN
QUALITY ICE CREAM

Caters to Fraternities and
Sororities

WE CAN SUPPLY YOUR MUSICAL NEEDS
from the lowly Jew's Harp to the world
renowned King Band Instruments; from
Ukuleles to the finest Martin Guitars and
Mandolins, Victor Victrolas, High Grade
Pianos and Player Pianos. SEE US.

"EAT AT THE CASTLE"

Cor. Hill and State
STRICTLY HONE-COOKED
ME ALS
$5.50 MEAL TICKET
FOR $5.00
REGULAR BOARDERS
$7.00 PER WEEK

SCHAEBERLE & SON
MUSIC HOUSE
110 SOUTH MAIN STREET

101-103 So. Main St.

330 So. State St., (Nickels Arcade)

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Member of the Federal Reserve System.

8:30 A. M.

BACK TO WORK
Resolve to make your 1921 school year more worth
while. Apply a sufficient amount of mental and spirit-
ual recreation along with your studies. Try music, the
best medium known for rest and relaxation.

Up
Late

THE BANK OF SERVICE
Commercial Banking in all its Branches.
Savings Department and Safety Deposit Vaults.
Exchange on All Parts of the World.
A. B. A. Travelers' Checks.
FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK

The New Spring Models

Cinnamon

Toast

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COLiUMN LA SJ IECOLUMN
CLOSES CLOSES
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 PM.

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FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Complete set fresh med-
ical books, condition good as new.
Tolts, Ech-Shoe, Davis, Nervous An-
atomy, Piersol. Stereoptical grbss
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-, evenings. 67-3

OR SALE-Hockey skates on
Size 8-A. Call Saturday.
Hooge, 822 Arch St.

shoes.
P. M.
69-1

WANTED
WANTED-All students who wish to
make the most of their lives to en-
roll in our new classes in commer-
cialbranches, next Tuesday, Jan.
11. 711 N. Univ. 69-3
WANTED-200 students to buy cash
cards. $5.00 Value at $9,50-act
quick. The Liberty Pressers, 523
E. Liberty St. Lelling & Roehm.
69-2
WANTED - Economical students to
buy pressing cash cards. $3.50 for
$3.00. Call at August C. Barth's,
619 E. William St. 67-3
WANTED-Young healthy men weigh-
ing about 150 lbs. at University Hos-
pital for blood doners. See Dr.
Morrill. 69-3
WANTED-One or two girls to share
five room apartment. 1209 Geddes.
Six dollars for two or five for one.
69-3
STUDENT wants roommate, in desir-
able room. 426 So. Division. 68-3
WANTED-To buy typewriters. Ber-
man, 726-J. 69-1

FOR RENT
FOR 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.
68-2
FOR RENT - Furnished apartment,
two front rooms. Available Jan.
8th Electric, gas and heat furnish-
ed. Near campus. 1207 Willard
St. 68-3
FOR RENT- Large front suite and
single room for ladies or man and,
wife..One block north of campus,
1724-J. 68-3
FOR RENT-Warm comfortable 'third
floor suite. Must rent, leaving school.
Five large windows. Call 2287-W,
216 Mack Road. 68-3
FOR RENT - Furnished house for
rent, 726 Oakland Ave. Phone 118
or 1267. D. E. Seeley. 66-3
FOR RENT-Furnished room. Single
or double. No other roomers. 1312
Geddes Ave., Phone 1168. 67-3
FOR RENT- One large suite near
campus, price reasonable. 1317 Wil-
mot. Phone 2624-M. 69-2
LOST AND iOUND
FOUND - On State St. in front of
Graham's Bookstore, a watch; also
in Farmersand Mechanic's Bank, a
fountain pen. Call Room 105, Tap-
pan Hall, Phone 1867. 68-2
LOST-Conklin Fountain pen on or
near campus Wednesday afternoon.
Finder kindly return to Lane Hall,
T. S. Evans. 69-1
LOST--Silver covered fountain pen,
without cap. Reward. Phone
524-J. 69-1
LOST-Before vacation, on State St.,
a silver wrist watch. Return 615
Church. 68-2
LOST-Open faced plain Elgin wrist
watch. Reward. Phone 2325. 68-3

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