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____ ___ ____ ___THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Wtomen.

House groups which intend to enter
the stunt contest at the Women's
league fancy dress party on Jan. 22,
should notify Th eodosia Burton, '23,
immediately, if they have not done so

I

Regular cabinet meeting of the Y.
W. C. A. will be held at'4:30 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon in \ewberry hall.
Athena Literary society will hold an

already.
SCHIEDULE FORL CLASSES IN
SWDIXO NGANNOUJNCED)

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important business meeting at 7:15 After Saturday, Jan. 15, all mem-
o'clock Tuesday night. berships for swimming at the City Y.
M. ,C. A. wil be $5.00, payable at' the
Stylus will meet at 7:30 o'clock City Y. M. C. 'A. No special rate will
Tuesday night at the Gamma Phi Beta be maode for members of the Women's
house. Athletic association after that date.
Classes will begin Monday, Jan. 10.

CORRECTIONS James Kerr, '21, will accept a posi-
tion as assistant professor of com-
The date for the closing of the sec- merce at the State College of Agricul-
ture, Agriculture College, Miss. He
ond Colege its cotesthel bywill not teach at Michigan Agricultur-
Judge, is Jan. 31, not Jan. 21, as ap- al College, Lansing, as was stated in
peared in yesterday's Daily, yesterday's Daily.
BASKET L
S USpecial Prices on Complete Team Uniforms
GEO. Jo. MOE
"S:5PORjT SHOP"1
711 N."Univ. Ave. - Next to Arcade Theatre

Seep Anyplace 2'r ut
Eat at Rex "s
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 ARBOR STREET
Near State and Pack'ard

Senior society will hold its next
meeting at 7:30 o'clock Monday night
at the home of Bernice Nickels, 337
Maynard street.
Miss Greenwood and the residents'
of Martha Cook -building will be ,ata
home to the women students of the1
University from 4 to 5 o'clock every

Those who have paid thleir member-
ship fees should sign up at the Y. M.
C. A. on Monday for one of the fol-
lowing classes: Monday, Wednesday,
and Friday mornings from 10 :30 to
11:30 o'clock; Monday and Thursday
afternoons from 4:30 to 5:30 o'clock
Tuesday and Friday evenings from 8
to 9 o'clock. Cotton suits will be re-

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MISS- MOSES
Private Dancing Lessons
BY APPOINTMENT

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day except Saturday and Sunday for quired. They may be purchased at the
the rest of this semester. City Y. M. C. A. for $1.54.

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Our January Clothing Sale=
Men's Suits Men's O'coatsr\
$25 anti $30 Spits 140, $45 &$$0 Suits All $30 Overcoats $40 & $45 Overcoats
nwnow now-
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2$27.50 $18.75 $27.50 TH
y 4$1875
_ All $50.00 Overcoats now $35.00
$55 and $60 wuits $65,$70 & $75 Suits $55 & $60 Overcoats $65 & $70 Overcoats
now now now now=b
*7*50 $47.50 $45.50 11 47.50CI
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= .The Home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes
N ana W sigo Main at Washington
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ry cleaning your clothes saves them!
ENERGINE is a germ destroyer,
and Besides it is ODORLE St
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INSURE YOUR GARMENTS
BY HAVING THEM
Dry Cleaned, Pressed
and Repaired=
OUR METHOD OF CLEANING AND
PRESSING WILL PRESERVE THEM.
PHONE E - 209 SOUTH
2508 . pe FOURTH AVE.
CLEANING, PRESSING, REPAIRING
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Vhit cy heatre
inday Night, Jnay16

Something .New,

Itniq ue,

Different,

2ietter

its Comedy, Travosty, Mtlelody, Dancing

Spectacle,

Girls

First Time Here of Genuine Roof Show

(N''HENRY A/ r$&;~2,

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ECT FROMI YEA~RS AT -
IECENTURY ROOF N.
BRILLIANT CAST INCLUDING-
'CHARD CARLE, BLANCHE RIN(
lAS. WINNINGER, JAY GOULI

I1

WINYONA WINTERS

and the

elebrated MVillionaire's Chorus

Best Seats $2.50

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