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The Michigan Daily, 1921-01-20

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Removes Confiscated Whiskey county jail for the past few months,
state department of food and to Lansing last week. The liquor rep-
removed about 300 quarts of resents the results of the raids by the
y which has been held at the sheriff's office during that time.

After Skai

T -H E
THEY
GREY
SHOP
600 East Liberty

Car

The Coffe
Sandwich 4

ting-
me on in
e is fine! Try a
or a Hot Waffle
with it
illy's Candies
Made Fudge

RED CROSS ESTABLISHE[S
SCHOLASHIPS FOR BLIND
$1,500 SET ASIDE FOR SOCIAL SER-
VICE TRAINING BY DETROIT
CHAPTER
The Detroit chapter of the American
Red Cross is to establish a scholarship
here, available next semester, for the
training of the blind in social service
work. A sum of $1,500 has been set
aside for this purpose.
Requirements for ientrance, asidj
from the regular requirements of the
University, are total or near blind-
ness, experience in social service
work among the blind, an intention
to continue the work, and residence in
Michigan.
The committee in charge of the
scholarship is composed of Kirby
White, Detroit, chairman; Prof. E. D.
Campbell, University of Michigan;
Miss Roberta Griffith, Grand Rapids;
Henry Douglas, Ann Arbor; and Clar-
ence Holmes, of the School for the
Blind, Lansing. Professor Campbell
will receive communications from ap-
plicants.

tives to connect the different student
associations with each other and with
the national organization. They are
chosen by rotation among the univer-
sities. Many plans are exchanged
each year.
The Wisconsin Y. W. C. A. has the
opportunity of working among the em-
ployed girls of Madison. Every Thurs-
day night all working girls are free
to eat at the city Y. W. C. A., where
26 university girls serve them. They
have club meetings afterwards with an
adviser from the university associa-
tion to assist.

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TVTTLE'S
LUNCH ROO M
A Nice Cozy Place Where
You Enjoy Your )eal
One half block South
of "MAJ"

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High Class Food
Open 6 a.m. Close 11 p.m

Students lunch

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We have decided to make the
following discounts on our en-
tire Stock:

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$100
$ 90
$ 75
$ 60

Suits
Suits
Suits
Suits

reduced to
reduced to
reduced to
reduced to

$80.00
$72.00
$60.00
$48.00

Senior society will meet at

7:30

Nurses Hear Talk on 'Hospital Ethics'
Miss Mary Welsh, superintendent of
the University nurses, will speak to
the volunteer social service workers
of the Homoeopathic hospital at 4:15
o'clock today in the second lecture on
"Hospital Ethics." It will be held in
the lecture room on the. first floor in
the main building of the Homoeopath-
ic hospital.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Ado
COMPARE!
These schools with any in
Michigan.
For the good of your purse
do not experiment.
It means loss of time and
money. Start at a school
that is developing real danc-
ers.
Start now. You will event-
uaily.
Come here and save, time
and money.
There is a reason.
We made good in one day.
References:-Any pupil.
HALSEY'S
Dance Studios
wueti -- Arcades - Nickels

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o'clock tonight at Helen Newberry
residence.

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THE FULL DRESS CLOTHES AND
DINNER JACKETS RECOMMENDED
BY FINCHL Y HA VE BEEN EXECUTED
WITH A RIPE UNDERSTANDING OF THE
COLLEGE MAN'S REQUIREMENTS. THE
GA RMEANTS FIT PRECISEL Y, BUT COIN-=
FORTABLY, AND H4 VE A DESIR 4BLE
AND NECESSARY MEASURE OF DIGNITY

Or we will give an extra pair
of trousers in place of the dis-
count - This applies on all
orders taken since Dec. 25,
1920.

J KARL MALCOLM
604 EAST LIBERTY STREET
Tuxedo and Dress Suits inclfhded

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COLUMN
CLOSES
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LTHIS
LASSFIE0COLUMN
CLRSES
ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

WANTED
NTED--To rent-Beginning second
emester, seven or nine uupperclass-
en desire rooms in same house,
ear campus; preferably entire sec-
nd floor. Address Box H. X. Y.,
are Daily. 79-3
NTED-A roommate, preferably an
pperclassman for a nice front room
econd floor. Apply at once be-
ween six and seven P. M., 110 So.
ngalls. Phone 1722-W. 77-3
NTED - A roommate in a good,
arm suite. 812 E. Catherine St.
wo blocks from U. of M. Hospital,
)ur blocks from campus. Phone
8-W. 79-3
uNTED-Rooms for six upperclass-
en in furnished apartment or home.
,eave notice for interview. Phone
58 or write H. Michals, Y M. C.'
79-2
NTED- Suite of rooms for light
ousekeeping. Location near cam-
us desired. State price. Reply
ox I X. Y., Daily. 79-3

TED - Student help.
dents' Pressing Shop,
rth U., and Thayer St.
irs."

Inquire
corner)
Down
79-3

LNTED-To rent suite for two. Pre-
erably with private family. Box
[. X., Daily Office' 77-3
.NTED-To rent a furnished house
r twenty students. Apply Box H.
Thniv ,73-7
kNTED- Experienced saxophonist
'or dance work. Call Violipist.
010. 79-2
ANTED-This ad with 25c will give
ou a suit press Liberty Cleaners
nd Pressers. 523 E. Liberty. 79-3
ANTED-Suite rooms for two. Near
ampus. Address Box L. E. 79
VOR'1.ALIP
R 'SALE-A Vega ban jorine; spec-
al "locktite pegs" and sounding
oard. A $90.00 instrument, like
ew, will sell for $37.00. Some bar-
ain. Call Davis or Martin, 612
hnrch. Phone 1070-M. 79-2
R SALE-New Fox Portable Type-
rriters, No. 2. A new model with
iany novel improvements. Price
50. Wesley Marston, Agent, 1951-R.
55 Packard. 76-6
R SALE-International Telephone
tock, four shares of preferred and
wo shares of common. B. D. Wool-
sy, Johnstown. Ohio. 13
R SALE-Cheap- Two suits, size
8, one raincoat, size 40, one pair
ioes, size .8 1-2. Call afternoons,
>o m12, 711 N. University. 79
R SALE-Victrola in good condi-
on. Will sell cheap. 551 Church'
t. Phone 1526-R 79-61

MISCELLANEOUS
OIL-IF YOU will come to Room 302,
Michigan Union, this Thursday aft-
ernoon, at four o'clock, I will show
you what you will say is the best oil
Speculation ever brought to your at-
tention. I can use several agents
upon fair commission. Samuel H.
Smith, Law '85. 79
LIKE A CHECK FROM HOME? Build
up an income bearing business dur-
ing the summer that lasts the year
round. Call at National Casualty
Co. Agency, at 310 State St., and let
us explain. 75-6
THERE IS a fine opening for a good
dentist in Berrien Springs, Mich.
A good office room can be had
centrally located. Correspond with
T. W. Reynolds, Berrien Springs,
Mich. 77-5
STUDENTS wanting employment and
a steady income, with a chance to
build up a permanent business,
should call at 310 State ,St., third
floor. National Casualty Co. 13
LOCKSMITH, all kinds door and trunk
keys. Regpairing locks and fitting
keys a specialty. Phone 2498. Dell
Keeler. 74-12
LOST AND _COUND
LOST - Watch chain with circular
pendant atttched, Saturday after-
noon in either Medical school lib~-
rary, or between Medical school and
Union. Finder, please call Johnson,
2595-R. 79-4
LOST-Conklin fountain pen in car-
ton on N. University or Washtenaw.
Finder please return to A. G. Snea-
ton, 1331 Washtenaw. Phone 2618.
79-3
LOST-Doubled black bag from car
on either North U., State or Huron
Sts. Notify N. F. Tibbetts. Whit-
ney Hotel. Reward. 76-4
LOST-Reed and Guthe Physics text,
left in Michigan Union, Tuesday P.
M. Finder please call 2578-M 79-3
LOST-Psi U pin. W. C. Colburn on
back. Finder please return to Psi
U. house. Reward. 79-3
LOST-About a week a o on S. State
St.4 a string of red eads. Phone
2704-M. 79
FOR RENT
FOR RENT- Large. front suite of
rooms, steam heated, block from
campus. Address Box F. L., Daily
Office. 77-3
FOR RENT-Large room and sleeping
porch, call 829. 79-2
FOR RENT - Nine room house for
rent. 1113 College St. 79-3

There will be a meeting of Mortar-
board at 7:30 o'clock tonight at Helen
Newberry residence.,
There will be a meeting, of the dec-
oration committee for the fancy dress
party at 4 o'clock Friday in Barbour
gymnasium.
There will be a rehearsal for the
girls who are taking part in junior
class stunts at the fancy dress party
at 10 o'clock Saturday morning in
Barbour gymnasium.
There will be a meeting of all girls
who tried out for the Junior Girls'
play to hear a reading of the play at 4
o'clock Friday afternoon in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall.
All music for the Junior Girls' play
must be handed in between 3 and 5
o'clock this afternoon at Helen New-
berry residence, by order of the chair-
man, Florence Shirey, '22.
The house presidents' organization
will hold its January meeting at 4:30
o'clock this afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium.
All girls who do social service work
are requested to report at Newberry
hall at their regular hours instead of
at the University hospital.
Dean Myra B. Jordan has been ask-
ed to give a talk to Detroit Junior
college girls Friday afternoon at the
College club in that city.
NURSES' DORMITORY
ACCOMMODATES 100
One hundred junior and freshman
nurses are now living in the dormi-
tory which was recently constructed
in the rear of the University hospi-
tal. This building will be occupied
by nurses until the completion of the
new hospital, when a new dormitory
will be built. It will be given over
as a home to the women employes of
the hospital at that time.
The dormitory presents a pleasing
appearance both inside and outside.
It is a long, twostory, white, frame
building of colonial type. One part
of the lower floor which is not yet
completed will accommodate at least
25 more girls. All of the sleeping
rooms are double. Besides these
there are a kitchenette, two living
rooms on the first flodr, and one on
the second.
Some of the furnishings, including
floor lamps and tea carts, were pro-
cured with money from a fair held
recently by the nurses. It is their
intention to give more bazaars to
raise money for other articles.
Y REPRESENTATIVE
VISITS UNIVERSITY
"My stay at Ann Arbor has been fill-
ed with interest," said Miss Winifred
Titus, of Wisconsin university, who
was here Tuesday and Wednesday as
the central undergraduate field rep-
resentative of the Y. W. C. A. of the
Universities of Chicago, Wisconsin.
and Michigan. "I have obtained many
new ideas from your Women's league
and other organizations as well as the
Y. W. C. A."
It is the purpose of the representa-

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Phone Orders
Promptly Filled

Mail Orders
Promptly Filled

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Shirts, Aeckwear and Other
Accessories of Exceptional
Quality
3M4 SOUTH STATE STREET
ANN ARBOR

CUSTOM FINISH WITHOUT!
THE ANNOYANCE OF A TRY-ON.

EST. 1857

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Sweaters .and Scarfs

1-2

Reduced

Are you one of the people who have gone without a sweater or scarf this winter, think-

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ing you couldn't afford it?

If so, you will be more than delighled at this sale. We have

marked all the sweaters and scarfs in our stock at just one half.'

And they are the very

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newest styles, colors and weaves. Nearly all are slipover 'tyles although some coat mod-

els are here. Some are made with full peplum and frill at the cuff.

Others, very heavily

knitted are made in slip-over style with sailor collar.

All colors are represented in these

heavy, warm sweaters, whicj are the very thing for outdoor sports. /'Some are plain with

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sash of contrasting color, others have cord and tassels at the neck.

Rose, Copenhagen blue,

tan, navy, red, green, white, brown and pink, as well as combinations of rose and black,

green and tan, blue and rose, are the colors of the lovely sweaters.

A few sAk sweaters,

which have just arrived, have been placed in this sale and are lovely and dainty enough for

If you need a sweater of any kind this is the opportunity you have been wait-

any occasion.
ing for.

The scarfs are either angora with its warm, wooly weave or plain knitted models.
Made with or without belt and pocket in all colors, including rose ard gray, black and white,
scarlet and black, green and gray, navy and gray, Copenhagen blue and gray, brown and

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buff, navy and buff, Pekin blue and buff, green and white, as well as plaids of every shade.
These lovely warm scarfs are priced from $4 to $13.25 for 1-2.

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