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January 11, 1921 - Image 6

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Regular cabinet meeting of the Y.
W. C. A. will be held at 4:30 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon in Newberry hall.
Athena Literary society will hold an
important business meeting at 7:15
o'clock Tuesday night.
Stylus will meet at 7:30 o'clock
Tuesday night at the Gamma Phi Beta
house.
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.
The statement which . appeared in
The Daily recently to the effect that
Betsy Barbour house would entertain
all women of the University on Sat-
urday afternoon, Jan. 15, is incorrect.
The open house will be held in the
early part of the second semester.
A heart and lung examination is re-
quired for all upperclassmen taking
elective work in gymnasium.
Swimming classes will begin this
week. Girls who have paid the requfr-

ed fee are asked to enroll at once at
the City Y. W. C. A.
There will be a meeting of all wom-
en taking economics, who are inter-
ested in, the Commerce club, at 3
o'clock this afternoon in room 101;
Economics building.
All Methodist girls are invited to an
oriental banquet given under the au-
spices of the Young Women's auxiliary
at 6 o'clock Tuesday at the church.
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the beat of
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.
Law, Medical
, and
Dental Books
Bought, Sold or
Exchanged

BURTON TO ADDRESS
ALUMNAE COUNCILLORS' IVIORE!

ORE!

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Blue Books

Fountain Pens
Metal Pencils

Typewriting Paper

Biddle's Book Store

1 Nickels Arcade

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DEAN JORDAN WILL PRESENT
PAPER ON CONDITION OF
WOMEN
President Marion L. Burton will ad-
dress the meeting of the alumnae
council of the Alumni association of
the University of Michigan, to be held
on Saturday, Jan. 15, with, headquart-
ers at the Union room 316. Dean Myra
B. Jordan will present a paper on gen-
eral conditions of women at the Uni-
versity. Drs. Edward D. Pomeroy, '96,
of Chicago, chairman of the council,
will preside at the meeting.
To Discuss Women's Building
"The vital need of a women's build-
ing on the campus will be presented
at this time," said Mrs. W. D. Hender-
son, '04, secretary, "but we cannot say
as yet what action will be taken in
this regard."
Besides the officers and advisory
members of the council, there will be
present at this meeting one councillor
from each of the 23 groups of Mich-
igan women throughout the country.
A few delegates to the Association of
Collegiate Alumnae convention to be
held here Friday, will be invited to
remain for the council gathering.
Burton Commends Work
President Burton has expressed
himself as much in favor of the work
of the alumnae organization, and in a
letter to the secretary of the council
made the statement, "I forsee the larg-
est possible results from the activities
of your organization. Personally, I
do not see why the alumnae of a great
university such as this cannot be just
as enthusiastic in'the support of the
work of the institution as are the
graduates of the separate women's
colleges and these activities on the
part of the women .of Michigan are to
me very encouraging and stimulat-
ing."
Plans for the council meeting will
be made Thursday evening at the home
of Mrs. W. D. Henderson, '04, by the
executive committee, consisting of
Mrs. Edward °D. Pomeroy, '96, chair-
man; Mrs. Henry C. Adams, '88, execu-
tive secretary; Mrs. Herbert J. Gould-
ing, '98, treasurer; Mrs. W. D. Hen-
derson, '04, secretary; together with
the following advisory members:
Dean Myra B. Jordan, Mrs. Evans Hol-
brook, '03, representative for Michigan
women from the Ann Arbor branch
df the Association of Collegiate Alum-
nae, Mrs. Charles Cooley, '88, alumnae
member of the alumni board; and
Marguerite Clark, '21, president of the
Women's league.
MICHIGAN ALUMNAE
MEET HERE. FRIDAY

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LOST AND tOUND

WANTED
j WANTED-All students

LOST-A pin. Design, two white en-
ameled flowers with small diamond'
in center. Reward if returned to 825
Tappan Road. Phone 741. 70-3
LOST-Beaded watch fob before vaca-
tion. Color, maize and blue. Swas-
tika design. Call 1802-R. Valued
as a keepsake. 71-2

who wish to

LOST - Waterman fountain pen be-
tween Gamma Phi house and Post-
Office, Saturday. Please call 2325.
71
LOST-A black leather handbag, con-
taining check and coin. Please leave
at Secretary's office or call 917-J.
Reward. 71-21
LOST-Gamma Phi Beta pin between
Gamma Phi house and Union, Satur-
day. Reward. Call 2325. 71
LOST-Open face Hampton watch in
room 420, Eng. Bldg. Call 1565-J.
Reward. 70-6
LOST-Chi Omega pin. Name on back.
Finder please retur'n to 1503 Wash-
tenaw. Reward. 70-2
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Diagon Artists' Special
,Xylophone, 3 1-2 octaves, with re-
sonators. Will consider trade for
banjo. Call Bremer at 670-R or 1224
Washtenaw. 70-2
FOR SALE-One pair men's shoes.
Size 7. Also pumps. Were twelve
dollars, now five. Call at 1355 Wil-
mot St. Phone 2432-J. 71-2
MISCELLANEOUS
WILL FELLOW who borrowed brown
Crocker fountain pen in F. & M. Bank
day before Christmas vacation,
pleasebcommunicate with I. B. Neely.
354-J. 70-3
STUDENTS wanting employment and
a steady income, with a chance to
build up a ,permanent business,
should call at 310 State St., 3rd floor.
National Casualty Co. 13
GOOD BOARD-$6 a week for 3 meals
a day. $5 for 2 meals a day. Mrs.
F. M. Cilley, 314 E. William. Phone
2121-M. 71-3

make the most of their lives to en-
roll in our new classes in commer-
cial branches, next Tuesday, Jan.
11. 711 N. Univ. 69-3
WANTED- A roommate to share a
warm, well-lighted suite of two;
rooms, two beds. Price, $3.00 per
week. See Chester F. Kuhn at 607
East Ann St. 71-3
WANTED-Young healthy men weigh-,
ing about 150 lbs. at University Hos-
pital for blood doners. See Dr.
Morr]'.69-3'
WANTED -One or two girls to share
five room apartment. 1209 Geddes.
Six dollars for two or five for one.
69-3
WANTED-Students silk shirts laund-
ered by hand. Also girls' blouses
and lingerie. Call for Mrs. Luce,
1209. Geddes. 70-3
WANTED - One suite for two stu-
dents. Will occupy at beginning of
new semester. Call 160-W. 70-2
WANTED-Garage. Preferably heat-
ed or what you have. Jos. C. Mor-
ris. 293-W or 751-W. 71-4
STUDENT WANTS roommate in de-
sirable room. 425 S. Division. 69-3
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Pleasant room on second
floor, located between campus and
University Hospital. Upperclass
medic preferred. Phone 1746-J or
call at 107 14th St. 70-2
FOR RENT-Apartment, one and two
rooms furnished. Running hot and
cold water. Near campus and down-
town. Leith, 203 S. Thayer St. 71-3
FOR RENT-Large warm double room.
Two blocks from campus. 311
Thompson St. Phone 1198-J. 71-3.
FOR RENT - One large suite near
campus. Price reasonable, 1317 Wil-
mot. Phone 2624-M. 71-3
FOR RENT-Single room. Enquire
815 Arch. Phone 1337-M. 70-3
FOR RENT - Garage. Enquire 815
Arch, Phone 1337-M. 70-3

Representatives from each branch
of the Association of Collegiate Alum-
nae in the state of Michigan, located
at Ann Arbor, Detroit, Flint, Niles,
Port Huron, Lansing, Kalamazoo and
Battle Creek, will meet in Ann Ar-
bor on Friday, Jan. 14, with Mrs.
Franklin H. Hendrick, '92, state chair-
man, presiding.
Reports from all, branches will be
heard at the business meeting to be
held at 10 o'clock Friday morning, in
Barbour gymnasium. The afternoon
meeting will be held in the assembly
room of the Union, under the auspices
of the Ann Arbor association. Mrs.
Edward D. Pomeroy, '96, of Chicago,
chairman of the Alumnae Council of
the University, will address this gath-
ering. The delegates are invited to at-
tend the reception to be held at Betsy
Barbour house in the evening.
PRESIDENT BURTON UNABLE
TO BE "AT HOME" WEDNESDAY
President Marion L. Burton and Mrs.
Burton will not be at home to students
on Wednesday of this week, according
to an announcement made yesterday
from the President's office. Owing to
the unusually busy schedule, facing
President Burton this week, it was
found necessary to cancel the "at
home" engagement previously announ-
ced for Wednesday.
Hospital Wants More Blood Donors
More volunteers for blood transfus-
ions are desired by the University
hospital. Students wishing to comply
with this request report to Dr. Chris-
topher G. Parnall at any time during
the day. A fee of $15 is paid for this
service.
Fire Slightly Damages Acacia House
A small fire in the elevator shaft of
the Acacia house was discovered about'
9 o'clock yesterday morning. The or-
igin of the firse is not known, but ow-
ing to its prompt discovery, little dam-
age was done.
Michigan Daily liners bring re-
sults.--Adt.

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