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On Wednesday, Oct. 13, 1920, we are bringing to
the Whitney Theater "America's Gayest Musical
Show"--"TAKE IT FROM ME," written by Will
B. Johnstone and Will R. Anderson.
In bringing this brilliant musical success here
we are not making any experiment, for it comes with
a record of five months in New York, six months in
Chicago, four months in Philadelphia and four
months in Boston.
THIS IS THE ORIGINAL COMPANY AND
PRODUCTIOI4 THAT MADE THEATRICAL
HISTORY AT THE STUDEBAKER THEATER,
CHICAGO. THERE IS NO OTHER COMPANY.
The scenic production of "TAKE IT FROM
ME" is especially gorgeous and all the gowns are
the very latest models, setting a new standard for
smart and up-to-date Fifth avenue effects. Every
effort has been put forward to make this the finest
possible presentation of a musical comedy.
Mail orders are now being received at the Whit-
ney Theater for one performance of "TAKE IT
FROM ME" on Wednesday, Oct. 13, 1920.
Prices will range from 75c to $3.00. Boxes, $3.00;
Lower Floor, $2.50; Balcony, $1.oo, $1.5o and $2.
Enclose proper remittance, payable to the order
of the theater, and enclose self-addressed stamped
envelope for return of tickets.

Waomen
There will be a meeting of the Wom-
en's Athletic association board at 3:30
o'clock this afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium, instead of 4 o'clock as
previously announced.
Annual tryouts for membership in
Masques will be held at 4 o'clock Wed-
nesday aft.rnoon in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall. All University women,
including freshmen, who are interest-
ed in stage-craft or play production,
are eligible to membership.
There will be an important meeting
of the Girls' Mandolin club at 7:15
o'clock, Tuesday evening, Oct. 12, in
the Women's league room at Univer-
sity hall. Several announcements will,
be made, and plans for the year will
be discussed.
The University Girls' Glee club will
hold try outs at four o'clock Tues-
day and Wednesday afternoons in Miss
Hunt's studio, room 204, School of
Music.I
Athena Literary society will ho'd its
opening meeting of the year at 7:15
o'clock Tuesday evening, in the Alpha
Nu rooms in University hall.

FIFTEEN WOMEN PROFIT
BY SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS
Fourteen senior women and one jun-
ior woman have been loaned money
to a total of $2,000 from the various
funds for the purpose of helping de-
serving women students this semes-
ter.

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President Marion L. 'Burton and
Dean Myra B. Jordan compose the
committee in charge of selecting those
who receive these benefits. These
loans are made from the Lucinda
Stone, the Dr. Florence Huson, the
Jane Turner, and the Detroit Federa-
tion of Clubs funds. About $1,500
more will be available during the year.
As a rule these foundations are a
sum of $5,000 which is invested and
the interest only used. The Lucinda
Stone fund which has been running
for; 14 years has benefited 109 women,
in amounts totaling $5,000 without,
any use of the principal. Practically
all of these recipients have paid their
notes. The loans bear no interest.
CORRECTION
According to the scholarship chart,
Alpha Chi Sigma was classed as a'
general freternity and should have
been classed at a professional fratern-.
ity.

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FOR RENT-Several apartments one
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FOR RENT-Fine large suite with two
single beds; one block from cam-
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FOR RENT-Room for two or three.
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FOR RENT-One room in faculty fam-
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Phone 1555-W.
FOR RENT--Single room for rent for
lady. 312 S. Division St. Phone
212-J.
FOR RENT-Good suite $8. 806 S.
University St., opposite Tappan
Hall.
FOR RENT-Garage east of campus.
524 Linden St. Phone 2328-J.
FOR RENT-A very desirable single
room. Inquire 315 S. Division,

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Essex roadster. Practic-
ally new, run only 3,000 miles. Five
Cord tires and complete equipment.
Mechanically perfect and a bargain
for cash. Dr. S. G. Bush, ChElsea.
Phone 27.
FOR SALE-Modern six room house,
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$3,000 down and monthly payments.
Telephone owner, 1600-J.
FOR SALE-Ripe Bartlett Pears and
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FOR SALE-Hand carved rosewood
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-FOR SALE - Gibson Mando-Cello.
Practically new, fair price. Over-
land Garage. Phone 2440, evenings.
FOR SALE-A banjo mandolin. Call
1828-J.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-On corner of State and Wil-
liam a gold "M" pin set in pearls.
Between 2 and 3 o'clock Saturday.
Finder please return to Jas. R. Os-
wald, 603 Madison and get reward.
LOST-IN Engineering Bldg "Gray's
Principals and Practice of Electrical
Enginering. Please call Every,
2738.
LOST-Phi Delta Theta badge. Re-
ward if returned to 1437 Washtenaw.
Phone 319.
LOST-A "Steelpoint" Fountain Pen.
Missed in University Hall. Phone
1070-J.
LOST-K. K. G. sorority pin. Namc
on back. Finder please call 390. Re
ward.
LOST-A student's unsigned Athletic
Book. Reward. Call 2325.

TUESDAY
6:0--Sigma Nu alumni dnner, room
133, Union. All unaffiliated Sigma
Nus requested to attend.
6:30-The Mathematieal club will hold
a dinner in room 319 of the Union.
7:00-The Youngstown club will meet
in room 304 of the Union.
7:00-Tryouts for University Sym-
phony orchestra, University School
of Music.
7:1--Freshman football team meets
in the billiard room of the Union.
7:30-Web and Flange meets in room
302 of the Union.
7 :3 Sphinx meeting at the Union.
7:30-Adelphl House of Represena.
tives meets in University hall, fourth
floor.
7:45-Rentucky club meets in room
306 of the Union.
7:45-Sophomore medics hold dinner
in room 318 and 320 of the Union.
ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Miss Moses announce the
re-opening of their dancing classes
for the University men and women in
Nickels' Arcade Hall. Enroll Mon-
day or Tuesday evening, 7:15 to 8:15,
Oct. 18 and 19. Classes will be held
for advance students and beginners.
Private lessons by appointment. Call
1545-W for further information.-Adv.
Let us keep your clothes clean. We
wash in soft water. White Swan
Laundry. Phone 165.-Adv.
The Kempf Music Studios -Piano,
Organ, and Voice Instruction. Es-
tablished 1880. 312 S Division St.
Phone 212-J.-Adv.
Girls' Attention. Rain Water Sham-
poos, Marcelled Waving, Face and
Scalp Treatment at Mrs. J. R. Tro-
janowski's, 1108 So. University.
Phone 696-W.-Adv.
What is a college student without
his pipe? Get yours early and get
the best-a B. B. B. Full assortment
to select from at HUSTON BROTH-
ERS. "We try to treat you right."-
Adv.
Phone White Swan Laundry-165.
We call for your clothes. We wash
in soft water; sew on buttons, and do
reasonable mending.-Adv.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.
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WANTED-Two refined young men or
women to occupy large double room
in beautiful east end home. Five
block from campus. No other stu-
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Box CC., Daily.
WANTED-Good bass soloist wanted
for church work. Apply 312 S. Di-
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WANTED-High prices paid for your
old clothes. Phone 1981-W and will
call at you rconvenience.
WANTED-typewriter, any standard
make. Must be in good condition.
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WANTED-Women students with bus-
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money. Address Box DD.
WANTE~t- Room-mate. $3.50 each.
Engineer preferred. 408 S. 5th Ave.
WANTED- Room-mate wanted, 609
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