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fHE MICHIGAN

DAILY

Iomen
ouse groups which intend to enter
stunt contest at the Women's
gue fancy dress party on Jan. 22,
uld notify Theodosia, Burton, '23,
nediately, if they have not done so.
,ady.
heart and lung examination is re-
red for all upperclassmen taking
tive work in gymnasium.

ed, because of a meeting of Collegiate
alumnae at that time.
The board of directors of the Wom-
en's league will meet at 9 o'clock Sat-
urday morning in Barbour gymnas-
ium.
All senior women are invited to .a
tea dance to be given by Mortarboard
from 3:30 to 5:30 o'clock this after-
noon at Helen Newberry residence.
RED CROSS TO CO-OPERATE
WITH STATE HEALTH BUREAU

COMMERCE CLUB ADMITS
WOMEN TO MEMBERSHIP
Women's part in the Commerce club
of the University was explained to

is estimated to be 3 to 1, it was de- BETSY BARBOUR TO HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
cided to elect one officer from the FOR WOMEN TO IEGN Fl]DAY
women members. Nominations for G I V E RECEPTION
vice-president were made as follows: A number of events will take place
Margaret Adams, '22, Sylvia Hosbein, Betsy Barbour house residents will at the Ann Arbor high school prior
spec., Mary Griswold, '21, and Martha entertain at a formal reception from to the closing of the semester on Feb.
Seeley, '21. All elections will be 8 to 11 o'clock Friday night. Five 4. At 3:15 o'clock Friday afternoon
made at the meeting of the club at hundred invitations have been issued the sophomore girls will meet the ju-
7 :30 o'clock Thursday night in room to members of the faculty and resi- niors in the first basketball game of

Swimming classes will begin this Lansing, Jan. 11.-The American1
week..Girls who have paid the requir Red Cross and State Anti-tuberculo-
ed fee are asked to enroll at once at sis association have signed an agree-
te CityesY.tW. C.nA.ment to co-operate with the state de-
the City Y. W. C. A. partment of health and will hereaft-
er employ public health nurses rath-
The Junior Girls' play committee er than others for specialized fields.
will meet at 12 o'clock today at the Mrs. Helen D. DeSpelden Moore, of
Spedding studio for the Michiganen- the Michigan Anti-tuberculosis asso-
sian picture.- ciation, and Miss I. Malinde Havey,
of the Red Cross central division,
Masques will meet at 4 o'clock Fri- have been appointed as assistant su-
day afternoon in Sarah Caswell Angell pervising nurses to Miss Harriet Leck,
hall. state director of child hygiene and
public health nursing who will su-
All members of the steering con pervise all nursing activities in Mich-
mittee of the, forum will meet at 3:30 igan.
o'clock this afternoon at Newberry Representatives of the Red Cross
hall. central division and the Michigan
Anti - tuberculosis association, the
There will be a meeting of the for- professor of public health nursing of
um cabinet committee at 3:45 o'clock the University of Michigan, and the
today at Newberry hall. state commissioner of health are to
=-'act as a standing committee regard-
The board of representatives of the ing policies affecting the relationship
Women's league will meet at 10 of these nursing agencies.
o'clock Saturday morning at Barbour
gymnasium. The time has been chang- Michigan Daily liners bring re-
ed from 9 o'clock as was first announc- sults.-Adv,

those interested in economics yester- B of the Law building. Women who dents of the town who are personal the season. Interclass games will be
day afternoon by Glen H. Marcy, '22, wish to become members may pay friends of the girls living in the dor- played every Friday afternoon.
chairman of the club, canvassing for their fee and enroll before the meet-; mitory. Friday night there will be a fancy
members. ing. The board of governors will re- dress ball for all the girls. Dancing
At a previous meeting women de- The vice-president will be chair- ceive, while Miss Eloanor Sheldon, and several stunts have been planned
cided to accept active rather than man of the women's committee for Mrs. Marion L. Burton, Mrs. Harry for the evening. On the afternoon of
honorary membership. All students in canvassing for members and will ap- B. .Hutchins, Mrs. Alfred H. Lloyd, Jan. 21 and the night of Feb. 4 all
the departments of economics, sociol- point a committee of 10 immediately Mrs. Junius K Beal, Mrs. Shirley W. school parties will be held.
ogy, and political science are eligible after election. Smith, and Mrs. J. C. Christenson The annual honor banquet is to be
to membership by payment of the fee will pour coffee. given on Jan. 22. Students who have
of one dollar. Forum on Women as Citizens to Meet The entire house will be open to distinguished themselves particularly
"The plan of the club is to bind The forum, "Women as Citizens," the guests. The finishing touches in some department of work or in
the department together by bringing will be held at 4 o'clock Thursday were added to the dormitory during school activities are guests. Alumni
speakers to the meetings from the afternoon at Newberry hall with Kath- vacation, and several gifts have been and students are called on to make
business world and by establishing a erine Greenough as leader. There received which increase its attractive- addresses at this time.
bureau of employment and informa- will be only one meeting a week of ness.
tion," stated Marcy. the forum until after examinations. For results advertise in The Mich-
Since the per cent of men to women Everyone is invited to attend. Patronize Daily advertisers.-Ad igan Daily.-Adv.

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LOST AND rOUND
LOST-Beaded watch fob before vaca-
tion. Color, maize and blue. Swas-
tika design. Call 1802-R. Valued
as a keepsake. 71-2
LOST-A black leather handbag, con-
taining check and coin. Please leave
at Secretary's office or call 917-J.
Reward. -71-2
LOST-ABlack leather, notebook in or
about Waterman gym. Name on cov-
er. Reward. Phone 131. 72
tOR SALE
FOR SALE-One pair men's shoes.1
Size 7. Also pumps. Were twelve
dollars, now five. Call at 1355 Wi-
mot St. Phone 2432-J. 71-2
FOR SALE-Three Oliver typewriters
at $20.00 each. Inquire Edwards
Bros., State St., over College Inn.
72-2
FOR RENT
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 RENdT-Large single suite. Fac-
ulty m rgember desired. Must rent
immediately; leaving school. 516
Mack .oad. Phone 2287-W. 72-2
FOR RENT-Two office rooms at rea-
sonable terms. Inquire Edwards
Bros., State St., over College Inn.
72-2
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

WANTED
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-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-Garage. Preferably heat-
ed or what you have. Jos. C. Mor-
ris. 293-W or 751-W. 71-4
WANTED-A room for two brothers in
private home. Must be a quiet place.
Address Box XYZ, Daily. 72-3
WANTED-A canoe. Call 1838-R any
noon hour. 72-6
MISCELLANEOUS
WILL FELLOW who borrowed brown
Crocker fountain pen in F. & M. Bank
day before Christmas. vacation,
please communicate 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 for2 meals a day.PMrs.
F. M. Cilley, 314 E. William. Phone
2121-M. 71-3
PRIVATE LESSONS in Russian; those
wishing to study, write Box H. S.,
care of Daily. 72-3
LAUNDRY WORK done for men stu-
dents only. Phone 2569, 110 N. In-
galls. 72-3

FOR RENT-Single room.
815 Arch. Phone 1337-M.

Enquire
70-3

OR RENT - Garage.
Arch. Phone 1337-M.

Enquire. 8151
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