THE MICHIGAN DAILY
MICHItGANENSIA ( NOTICE
Bills for organizations
'aternities are past due
ust be paid at once.
National Secretary Visits University
Miss Blanche Geary, national Y. W.
C. A. secretary from New York, is the
guest of Helen Newberry residence
under the auspices of the City and
University Y. W. C. A. A luncheon
will be given in honor of Miss Geary
this noon at the Michigan Union.
OUT DOOR GROUPS
ALL SORTS OF VIEWS
13 East University Avenue.
.MADISON AN~D WABASH
NINETY WOMEN ENROLL UNUSUAL DISPLA
Four large staine
dows, designed and
RED CROSS LIFE SAVING EXHIBI- Nicola D'Ascenzo fo
TION TO BE GIVEN BY ington Memorial cl
jley forge Park, Pa
MISS HOVEY exhibited in theen
rary of the Univei
Ninety University women have en- windows are said b
rolled in the swimming classes at the be among the finest4
City Y. M. C. A.., under the direction in the country. Sim
of Viggo 0. Nelson, '22, physical di- are to be found in C]
rector at the Y. M. C. A, and Miss edral, in France.
Hazel Hovey, his assistant It is ex-
pected, according to the directors, that
the enrollment will reach 200 and that
more than half of these will be Uni- Teet's Dining Rooms.'
versity women. Dining Rooms, 805 E.
The instructors have found that,
half of the girls now enrolled are un-
able to swim, so most of their time
for the present is given to the non- I Mrs. T. L.
swimmers. Advance instruction, in-
luding- diving, is given to those who Hair S1
are ready for it now. In the first les-
son breathing and the push off are
taught, preparatory to the teaching of Rainwater Sh
the crawl; in the second lesson the
arm movement is demonstfated.
The pool is of whine tile, 60 by 20We do Expert
feet, and graduating from three feet in the Manufa
in depth at the shallow end to eight
feet in the middle and back to six Hair Goods,
feet under the diving board. The wat- Ear Muffs, Pon
er is kept at 78 degrees, and is kept
clean by the use of a filter system.
Spectators are at all time welcome
to visit the classes, and sometime soon 707 No. Univers
Miss Hovey will give a demonstration
of the Red Cross life saving. At this
same time she will also demonstrate
a new way of drying the hair. The
definite date will be announced later
for this exhibition and also for an
exhibition which will be given forj
women by the Varsity swimming
d glass win-
or the Wash-
hapel at Val-
a., are being
g ieering lib-
by artists to
of their kind
805 E. Huron
FRIDAY, JANVARI 14, 192.
O A LUNCH RO OM
Crowded every" meal
Room for All Our
- Last years customers
One half block South
- of '"MAJ"
Clueut.Peabody &~Co.Inc.TRoyNY. ______________
15 to 30% Discount
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A real English Brogue Boot
of Genuine Scotch Grain
Calf. Made with extra
Thick Sole, also Raw-
hide Inner Sole, and
s oli d Leather
117 EAST WASHINGTON STREET
DATE FOR PARTY
I AMM IRW jmmw A
Now on Display
324 SOUTH STATE STREET
Above Calkins-Fletcher Drug Store
AT 3 P.M.
ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.
LOST AND r-OUND
ST-Large Conklin fountain pen
etween Library and Michigan Un-
in, Saturday afternoon. Phone
57-R. Reward. 73-2
ST-Band ring with wreath design
round center. Valued as keepsake.
ear Van's Restaurant. Call 1158-M.
ST-One No. 104 6-ring note book.
'urn in contents to Secretary's
ffice or Daily office. Box P. Q. 13
ST--Gold pencil with initials M. K.
inder please call 1767-M. 73-2
ST-Tortoise shell glasses in black
eather case. Phone 368. 74-3
ST-Double deck black bag from
ar. Phone 1534-J. Reward. 74
ST-A Kappa Sigma Badge. Re-
rard. Call 936-W. 74-3
NTED-Will Freshman who called
460 regarding Monks fraternity pin
efore Christmas, please call Thorp
t 2562. 73-2
.NTED-Garage. Preferably heat-1
d or what you have. Jos. C. Mor-'
is. 293-W or 751-W. 71-4
NTED-A room for two brothers in
rivate home. Must be a quiet place.
address Box XYZ, Daily. 72-3
NTED-A banjo, tenor preferred.
[ust be in A-1 conditions. Guad-
guo, 636 Oakland. 73-2
.NTED-To rent a furnished house
>r twenty students. Apply Box H.
., Daily. 73-7
NTED-A canoe. Call 1838-R any
oon hour. 72-6
E RENT-Rooms for two students.
'our blocks north of campus. Three
ollars each. All modern conven-
nces. Phone 2004-W. 74-2
R RENT-Single front room with
rivate family. No other roomers
i house. Phone 2560-W. 74
t RENT-Large warn suite near
ampus for ladies or man and wife.
lso single room. 1724-J. 74-3
1 SALE-Saxaphone E fiat alto,
uscher make, dull silver finish.
old bell, pearl keys. Instrument in
rfect condition. Steel case, all ac-
ssories, instruction books, $125
ts7. Call 2563-R between five an
A NUMBER of students have already
enrolled with the National Casual-
ty Co. for positions for next summer
vacation. Positions yield an income
not only for the summer vacation.
but continue to provide an income
after one returns to college, and a
student who starts as a Freshman.
should by the time he is a Senior
have an annual income, on business
he has established during his sum-
mer vacation of several thousand
dollars and instead of being burd-
ened with debt when he leaves col-
lege his senior year, have a good
bank account each month or a busi-
ness he can sell to some one else,
if he no longer wishes to take care
of it. It is not like Life Insurance
as it has no delays from medical
examinations, there being none and
far better than house-to-house ped-
dling of articles as there is no
costly delivery and every day dur-
ing the summer can be applied to
increasing the business. Mr. Cobb
who paid his Expenses through col-
lege selling books says of it: "I
find Accident and Health more pro-
fitable, for the reason that it furn-
isles a wider field and the agent.re-
ceives his pay as he gets the busi-
ness and is not required to finance
himself until deliveries are made in
the fall as in canvassing house-to-,
house articles during the summer."
Although Mr. Cobb did not start
with the National Casualty Co. till
August 10, he now has an -income
of $500 per month. Those interested
should see Mr. Baldwin, Manager of
the Farmers' Department of the Na-
tional Casualty Co., which has open-
ed an office on third floor at 310
State St. 74-1
WILL PERSON who found leather
notebook Tuesday kindly return
notes if not cover. Owner's name
and address on first page. Notes of
value only to owner. Phone 723-M.
LOCKSMITH, all kinds door and trunk
keys. Repairing locks and bolt keys
a specialty. Phone 2489. Dell Keel-
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-
As, was first announced, the fancy
dress party of the Women's league
will be held.at 8 o'clock, Saturday
night, Jan. 22. Rumors to the effectJ
that the date for the party was post-
poned are incorrect.
Eleven stunts are now in the process
of preparation for the competition to
be held that evening. All four class-
es and seven house groups have en-
tered the contest, the lists of which
are now closed. No more applications
for places in the stunt contest will be
received, but house groups may come
in group costumes and enter the cos-
There will be a per capita tax of 10
cents to cover part of the expense of
Chaperones for this week's dances
are as follows: Union, Friday, Mrs.
H. S. Berger; Saturday, Mrs. Walter
Sherman. Armory, Friday, Miss Mar-
tha Hills; Saturday, Mrs. Yates
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 requir-
ed fee are asked to enroll atonce at
the City Y. W. C. A.
Masques will meet at 4 o'clock Fri-
day afternoon in Sarah Caswell Angell
The board of representatives of the
Women's league will meet at 10
o'clock Saturday morning at Barbour
gymnasium. The time has been chang-
ed from 9 o'clock as was first announc-
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 Bar'bour gymnas-
All girls who do social service work,
are requested to report at Newberry
hall at their regular hours instead of
at the University hospital.
An important meeting of the fresh-
man girls' social and stunt commit-
tees, will be held at 4 o'clock Friday
afternoon in Barbour gymnasium.
Children's Wards Under Quarantine
All of the children's wards in the
University hospital have been placed!
under quarantine, which act suspends
all social service work in the hospital.
The social service workers are urged
to report at Newberry hall at their
regular hours, in order that toys and
scrapbooks can be made and sent to
the children in quarantine.
There is no reason for Girls gambling, is there?
COME And SEE WHY
"Girls Don't Gamble"
Star- DAVID BUTLER
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