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IAMNO0S dWEERS AC
'kIER S ~ IERS

RM1ss Kruzska's
Dancing Studio

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AT THE THEATRES
TODAY

Opens

Mtonday

Screen
Majestic-"The Branding
with James Kirkwood.

iron,"

In the Following
Issues of
The )richigan Daily
There will oppear a series of
Advertisements which are being
placed before the public by the
well-known firm of
Schlanderer & Seyfried
in explanation of
"Why Diamonds Are So High"

Students wishing instruc-
tion in Fancy Dancing, or
Ball room Dancing may
call at Studio-
324 E. Huron Street
or 2308-R

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Arcade-Al Christie's "So Long,
Letty," from the Morosco stage
success.
Orpheum- Ben Turpin in his
biggest hit, "Married ikfe,"
and Fay Tincher in "A Sea-
side Siren."
THIS WEEK
Stage
Wuerth-"Rainbow Revue" with
Helene McCree, Gertie Hoff-
man, and John Roberts.
Garrick (Detroit) - Marguerite
Sylvia in "The Songbyd," a
snappy, peppy musical com-
edy.
Shubert (Detroit)-"Florodora,"
one of the most popular mus-
ical plays ever written, with
Elanor Painter in the lead of
an unusual cast.

I K WHITMAN
CANDY
IS CHEAP

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Samplers are now $1.50 a pound

Mixed Chocolates $1.25 a pound
This corresponds to the low price of sugar.
Further reductions MAY come as labor becomes

cheaper; but these

prices are

reasonable for

Whitman s
324 SOUTH STATE ST.
EAST and SOUTH U iNIVERSITY AVE.
711 PACKARD ST.
TISS fFITHIS
COLUMN COLUMN
CLOSES CLOSES
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

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17 JUNIORS TRY OUT
FOR ANNUALCLASS PA
LYRICS AND MUSIC NEAR COM-
PLETION, SAYS CHAIR-
M~AN
Tryouts for this year's Junior Girls'
play which were completed Saturday
morning, numbered 178 this year as
compared to 125 last year. Practically
all of the 18 character parts are filled
and the girls will be notified within
the next few days.
Most of the lyrics are written and
work on the music is progressing rap-
idly, according to Edna Groff, '22,
chairman of the play committee. Re-
hearsals will begin during the next
two weeks.
Due to the great number of tryouts
the cast will represent the best talent
of the class. The choruses which have
not yet been fully decided on will be
composed of girls who have had ex-
perience rather than amateurs.
Both the committee and the director,
Prof. John L. Brumm, feel that the
"sual success will be accorded this
year's play, and that It will take itsf
place in the annals of the Junior Girls'
plays as being even better than ever
before.
Masques In Vogue
At League Party.
Instituting a new feature, the grand
march and the first two dances will
be masqued at the fancy dress party
which the Women's league is giving
on Saturday evening, Jan. 22, in Bar-
bour gymnasium. At similar dances in
previous years it has been customary
that no masques should be worn, but
this year the dancers will remain dis-
guised during the early part of the
evening.
The contests, besides the stunt com-
petition, are to be for the most careful-
ly worked out group costuming, for the
manilest man, the most attractive girl,
and the most unique costume, without
regard to character. The prize for the
group costuming will be awarded en-
tirely on the basis of the unity of the
representation.
Plans for the stunts are well under
way, under the directorship of the
vice-presidents of the classes, and the
heads of the various houses. Beside
TU7TTLE'S
LUNCH ROOM
Crowded every meal
BUT
Room for All Our
Last years customers
One half block South
of "MAJ

WANTED
WANTED-All students who wish to'
make the most of their lives to en-,
roll in our new classes in commer-
i al 'b pc h t Tues~cda~ Jan.

FOR RENT
FOR RENT- One large suite near
campus, price reasonable. 1317 W il-
mot. Phone 2624-M. 69-2

clai Drancncs, nexL lu~ y, J
O11. 711 N. Univ.6 FOR RENT-Single room. Enquire
11._711 __._Uni_.___ ,2 815 Arch. Phone 1337-M. 70-3
WANTED-200 students to buy cash FOR RENT - Garage. Enquire 815l
cards. $5.00 Value at $350-act Arch. Phone 1337-M. 70-3
quick. The Liberty Pressers, 523
E.Liberty St. Lelling & Ro.ch FOR RENT--Pleasant room on second!
69-2 floor, located between campus and1
University Hospital. Upperclassf
WANTED-Two suites for four stu- medic preferred. Phone 1746-J or
dents. Will occupy at beginning of call at 107 14th St. 70-2l
new semiester. Call 100-W. 70-2
FOR RENT -- Furnished apartment,
WANTED-Young healthy men weigh- two front rooms. Available Jan.
ing about 150 lbs. at University Hos- 8th Electric, gas and heat furnish-
pital for blood doners. See Dr. ed. Near campus. 1207 Willardl
Morrill. 69-3 St. 68-3
WANTED-One or two girls to share FOR RENT- Large front suite and
five room apartment. 1209 Goddes.! single room for ladies or man and
Six dollars for two or five for one. wife. One block north of campus,
69-3 1724-J. 68-3
WANTED-Students silk shirts laund- FOR RENT-Warm comfortable third
ered by hand. Also girls' blouses floor suite. Must rent, leaving school.
and lingerie. Call for Mrs. Luce, Five large windows. Call 2287-W,
1209. Geddes. 70-3 216 Mack Road. 68-3
STUDENT WANTS roommate in de- OOR SALE
sirable room. 425 S. Division. 69-3FCt-
FOR SALE-Complete set fresh med-
STUDENT wants roommate, in desir- ical books, condition good as new.
able room. 426 So. Division. 68-3 Tolts, Ech-Shoe, Davis, Nervous An-
atomy, Piersol. Stereoptical gross
LOST AND OUND dissection set. Call 2287-W. 68-3
LOST-A pin. Design, two white en- FOR SALE-Diagon Artists' Special
ameled flowers with small diamond Xylophone, 3 1-2 octaves, with re-
in center. Reward if returned to 825 sonators. Will consider trade for
banjo. Call Bremer at 670-R or 1224
Tappan Road. Phone 741. 70-3 Washtenaw. 70-2!
LOST-Open face Hampton watch in MISCELLANEOUS
room 420, Eng. Bldg. Call 1565-J.
Reward. 70-6. WILL FELLOW who borrowed brown
Crocker fountain pen in F. & M. Bank
LOST-Chi Omega pin. Name on back. dy bfr hita aain
Finder please return to 1503 Was - please communicate with I. B. Neely.
tenaw. Reward. 70-2 -_70-3
HIGHEST PRICES paid for your old
LOST-Open faced plain Elgin wrist clothes. Phone 1981-W and will call.
watch. Reward. Phone 2325. 68-3 at your convenience. 65-6

also white batiste chemise, trimmed with lavender-$1.75 to $2.50 value for $1.49.
Pink and white Plumette, three garments in one, skirt, corset cover and drawers, some
hemstitched, others hand embroidered-$2.89 and $3.75 values for $1.98.
Lace trimmed chemise-$4.50 and $5.00 values for $2.98.
Flesh colored batiste chemise, lace trimmed and hemstitched-$3.50 and $4.00 val-
ues for $2.49.
Embroidery trimmed chemise made with built-up shoulder-$1.50.
Witchery crepe chemise-$1.50.

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Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $625,000.00
Resources ........5,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.

Bloomers in pink or white crepe, or sateen-$1.25.
New styles in batiste bloomers in pink or white-$1.50.
Boudoir caps in lace, satin and net, all colors-85c to $5-at 1-3 off.

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