THE MICHIGAN DAILY
NUSUAL DANCE PROGRAM AT
UNION SATURDAY AFTERNOON
An unusual program of dancing will
e offered by the members of Elie
ennsylvania club from 2:30 to 5:30
aturday afternoon at the Union.
ickets perforated in such a manner
s to be divided into five parts may
:w be purchased at Graham's book
ores and at the Union, and each stub
eing good for one dance. In this'
manner the Pennsylvania club expects'
to make it possible for a couple to
drop in at any time during the after-
noon and dance as many dances as
they choose. The price of the ticket'
is 50 cents and it will admit a couple
to five dances.
The music will be furnished by
Tommy Thomas' all-professional or-
chestra. An additional specialty num-
ber will be provided by Burton E.
Hyde, '23, on the marimbaphone.
ALICE COMFORT, '21, ELECTED
TO MEMBERSHIP IN STYLUS
Alice Comfort, '21, was elected to
membership in Stylus, honorary rhet-
A heart and lung examination is re- oric society, at its last meeting Tues-
quired for all upperclassmen taking day evening at the Gamma Phi Beta
elective work in gymnasium. 'house. A tea will be given Saturday
afternoon at Foster's by the active
Swimming classes will begin this and alumnae members for those new-
week. Girls who have paid the requir- ly elected.
ed fee are asked to enroll at once at
the City Y. W. C. A.I Engagement Announced at A1lpala Phi
At 'a dinner party Monday evening
Masques will meet at 4 o'clock Fri- at the Alpha Phi house; Elizabeth
day afternoon in Sarah Caswell Angell Howard, '22, announced her engage-
hall. ment to Morse D. Campbell, '20L. Mr.
Campbell is a member of the Delta
The board of representatives of the Theta Phi fraternity and is now locat-
Women's league will meet at 10 edinDetroit._
o'clock Saturday morning at Barbour
gymnasium. The time has been chang-
ed from 9 o'clock as was first announc- Mrs T. L. Stoddard
ed, because of a meeting of Collegiate
alumnae at that time. Hair Shoo
The board of directors of the Wom-
en's league will meet at 9 o'clock Sat-
urday morning in Barbour gymnas-
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Stop In And Hear It
Schaeberle & Son, Music House
110 S. Main St.
The place for Genuine Victrolas and all Musical Instrumenis
Q UARRY DRUG CO'S
SO. STATE and N. UNIVERSITY AVE.
We do Expert Work
Women of the economics, sociology,
and political science departments who in the Manufacture o
are interested in the Commerce club Hair Goods, Switches,
may become members by paying a fee
of $1 at the door of room B, Law Ear Muffs, Pompadrest
building, Thursday night directly be-
fore the meeting which is at 7:30
o'clock. Election of officers will take 707 No. University Avenue
place and all women who enroll at 7s
this time will be given the privileges
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LABOR1 CONDITIONS HERE ~ yDiyLnh
BETTER THAN IN EAST Our food is the best
- PROF. WHITE Our Prices are rght
In connection with the hard times
in the Ann Arbor industrial situation: HOURS
Prof. A. E. White, of the industrial = 7 A. M. TO 1 P. M.
research department, says that the sit- 5 P. M. TO 7 P. M.
uation here is much better than in the
Professor White spent part of the 8 A. M. TO 7:30 P.M.
month of December in the .Fast, vis-
iting Philadelphia, New York, and ci- E
ties in the New England district. He 512 EAST WILLIAM STREET
stated that, "although our own indus-
tries are hard hit and closed down,
the effect on labor here is much less
harassing than it is there. The rea-
son is that one-third of the men here
come from the farms and in time of Phone Orders
depression they can return home, Promptly Filled
while in the East, the textile workers PromptlyaFwr tedi
and the workers in the shoe factories
have no place to go.
"The men in the textile and shoe
plants have been working part time
since last spring," continued Profes-
sor White, "while the men in the De-
troit manufacturing district only
stopped work in October." He added
that at the time he was in Philadel-
phia there was an abundance of la-
bor at 30 cents an hour.J
As the final step towards the or-
ganization of the new Commerce club,
which is being established to replace;
the old society of the same name
SUITS and OVERCOATS
HATS, CAPS, GLOVES
AND ALL FURNISHINGS
20 Per Cent Ott
Two COMPLETE STORES
Will Give a
Full Sized Tube of
Tooth Paste with all
The Better Tooth Brushes
r df a
COLUMN I L SS El COLUMN
80 L A SS IFIE cn
AT3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.
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 6071
East Ann St. 1-21
WANTED-Will Freshman who called
1460rregarding Monksfraternity pin
before Christmas, please call Thorp
at 2562. 73-2
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
privatehome. Mustbe a .quiet place.
Address Box XYZ, Daily. 72-3
WANTED-A banjo, tenor preferred.
Must be in A-1 conditions. Guad-
agtio, 636 Oakland. 73-2
WANTED-To rent a furnished house
for twenty students. Apply Box H.I
T., Daily. 73-7
WANTED-A canoe. Call 1838-R any
noon hour. 72-6
LOST AND k 0UND
LOST-Large Conklin fountain pen
between Library and Michigan Un-
ion, Saturday afternoon. Phone
257-R. Reward. 73-2
LOST-Band ring with wreath design
around center. Valued as keepsake,
Rear Van's Restaurant. Call 1158-M.
LOST-Black leather notebook in or
about Wvaterman gym. Name on cov-
er. Reward. Phone 131. 72
LOST-Gold pencil with initials M.K.
Finder please call 1767-M. 73-2
FOR RENT - One large suite near
campus. Price reasonable, 1317 Wil-
mot. Phone 2624-M. 71-3
FOR RENT-Apartment, one and two
rooms furnished. Running hot and
cold water. Near campus and down-
town. Leith, 203 S. Thayer St. 71-3j
FOR RENT-Large single suite.
yilty member desired.sMust
immediately; leaving school.
Mack Road. Phone 2287-W.
FOR RENT-Two office rooms at rea-
sonable terms. Inquire Edwards
Bros., State St., over College Inn.
FOR RENT-Large warm double room.
Two 'blocks from campus. 311
Thompson St. Phone 1198-J. 71-3
FOR SALE-Saxaphone E flat alto,
Buscher make, dull silver finish.
Gold bell, pearl keys. Instrument in
perfect condition. Steel case, all ac-
cessories, instruction books, $125
cash. Call 2563-R between five and
FOR SALE-Three Oliver typewriters
at $20.00 each. Inquire Edwards
Bros., State St., over College Inn.
GOOD BOARD-$6 a week for 3 meals
a day. $5 for2 meals a day. Mrs.
F. M, Cilley, 314 E. William. Phone
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-
which recently was incorporated into
a professional fraternity, a general
meeting at which election of officers
will be held has been called for 7:30
o'clock this evening, in room B of the
According to Glenn H. Marcey, '22,
who is chairman of the organization
committee, the success of the club
depends to a large extent on the turn-
out at this assembly. He urges that,
all who have already been admitted
to membership, as well as all those
who are .interested, attend tonight's
meeting. Membership is open toall
students, men and women, who are
enrolled in courses in economics and
Woman Appointed to Law Review Staff
Olive N. Barton, '21L, has been ap-
pointed to the staff of the Law Review.
"This is a high honor," said Pro-
fessor Aigler, of the Law school, "since
appointments to the staff are made
through the merits of the students as
demonstrated in their scholarship. Ap-
pointments are never made on any
other basis. Miss Barton is one of the
few women to have received this hon-
or." The staff is composed of 15 sen-
ior laws and five juniors.
Mortarboard Tea Dance Well Attended
Practically all women of the sen-
ior class attended the tea dance given
for them by Mortarboard Wednesday
afternoon at Helen Newberry resid-
ence. Music for dancing was furnish-
ed by Irene Rosenberg, '21.
The Midway at the Poultry Show is
as entertaining as any under the white
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Just think-Coats at $19.M5. And they're
beauties, too. And not old coats that have been
in stock ever since winter coats first started com-
ing in, but new, up to date models, new styles,
new materials and new colors. And that, after
all, is the test of a garment's desirability. No-
body wants things that are not in the very new-
est style. We realize that and try to cater to
that desire in our customers for what is newest
and most up to date. This is only another ex-
ample of our efforts in this line.
These coats, values to $75, are made in Bo-
livia, broadcloth or velour in the newest colors,
including browns, of all shades, blue, both light
and dark, tan, taupe, in fact, all the most popu-
lar color tones are here. The coats are made on
straight lines, some belted, others with loose backs
and belted fronts. Some are trimmed with fancy
buttons and pockets and some with fur. Many
have large cape collars, some of self material,
others edged with fur. They are satin lined
throughout and many have fur collars, cuffs, and
some fur trimming. The fur is coon, ring-tail
oppossum and sealine. You must see these coats
to appreciate the real values involved. We would
advise you to make an early inspection to be as-
sured of good choice.
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