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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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rHE BANK OF SERVICE
Commercial Banking in all its Branches.
Savings Department and Safety Deposit Vaults.
Exchange on All Parts of the World.
A. B. A. Travelers' Checks.
FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK

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For results advertise in The Mich-
igan Daily,-Adv.
SEE 100 PATTERNS
MEYER
TAILOR

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Iota Sigma P1 will hold
meeting at 1 o'clock this
in the Chemistry building.

its regular
afternoon

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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 this morning 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.

103 So. Main St.

330 So. State St., (Nickels Arcade)

Member of the Federal Reserve System.

ELECTION

YOUR

BEFORE HANDING IN

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AT GREATLY

THIS INCLUD

H URD'S Lawnette, Milan
el and Deckle-e
CRANE'S Linen Lawn,
shapes and sizes.
WHITING'S Oak Grain,
Deckle-edges.
DIE EMBOSSED Michigz
eral varieties.

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VIA.L SALE
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ncy Stationery
REDUCED PRICES-
ES SUCH PAPERS AS
o, Picadilly, Tuscany Linen, Pan-
dge.
Highland Linen in many colors,
Representative Linen, Organdie, c
an Seal, Fraternity, Sorority in sev-
MMORRILL
XELS ARCADE
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LEAGUE TO SERVE
SUNDAY SUPPERS

HOUR OR TWO

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Arrangements for the serving of
Sunday evening suppers to University
house women in Barbour gymnasium
are to be made shortly by the Wom-
en's league, according to announce-
ment made Thursday afternoon*at the
January meeting of the house presi-
dent's organization.
Mildred Dougherty, '23, was appoint-
ed as chairman of a committee on such
arrangements. Ione Ely, '23, and
Frances Oberholtzer, '21, were named
to act with the president on the com-
mittee to make plans for a faculty tea
to be given by the University houses
late in February.
Dean Myra B. Jordan, spoke to the
group, stressing the necessity for ob-
servance of rules in regard to closing
hours after dances and other related
matters. Anne Mitchell, '21, made}
announcement concerning rules for
the fancy dress party to be held to-
night.
JUNIOR PLAY TO
SHOW THREE TIMES
Three performances, two at night
and one matinee of the Junior Girls'
play will be given at the Whitney this
year instead of two as in former years.
The dates will be March 18 and 19.
Rehearsals were begun Friday aft-
ernoon. The choruses will be chosen
during the next two weeks. Another
rehearsal will be held at 4 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon. w
The lyrics are completed and the
music is in the process of being fin-
ished.

Chaperones named _ for tonight's
dances are as follows: Union, Mrs.
W. G. Sherman; Armory, Miss Martha
Hills.

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FOR ONE OF THESE

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COURSES:

CONSIDER
SAVING AN

SECRETARIAL
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TYPEWRITING
COMMERCIAL
TEACHING

LAST TIMES TODAY
MARSHALL NEILAN'S
" DINTY
STARRING WESLEYIBARRY
DINTY'S MATINEE FOR THE
CHILDREN
2:00 AND 3:30 P. M.
TOMORROW, MONDAY, TUESDAY
ATTRACTION EXTRAORDINARY
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SUBSTITUTE

IT FOR ONE OF
THOSE SNAP COURSES
THAT ARE ONLY FILLERS
Let us explain how such
a course would add to
your efficiency now and
multiply it when you
have finished your Uni-
versity course.

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HAMILTON
BUSINESS
COLLEGE
STATE WILLIAM

Famous Players - Lasky Corporai
Presents
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A Cosmopolitan ProductjQn(

S. 4nnouncement

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

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$100
$ 90
$ 75

Suits
Suits
Suits

reduced to
reduced to
reduced to

$80.00
$72.00
$60.00

Charming Apparel Displays on Our Second Floor

$ 60 Suits reduced to $48.00
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 included

White Polo Shirts
A Real Buy at
GEORGE KYER'S
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-U. S. Army wool blank-
ets, now $2.50 and up. Regular 0.
D. wool shirts, $4.38. .Heavy blue
or white barracks bags, suitable for
laundry. 0. D. wool laced breaches
and full length trousers. Extra
quality fruit jams in No. 10 cans, 7
lbs. for $1.60. Sliced pineapple in
No. 2 cans at 25c. Bacon in cans,
less than 20e per lb. Canned roast
beef, pumpkin, corn, string beans,
leggings, gloves, rubber boots, arc-
tics, shoes, etc., on sale at ARMY
SURPLUS STORE, 213 North Fourth
Avenue. 81-1
FOR SALE-New Fox Portable Type-
Writers, No. 2. A new model with
many novel improvements. Price
$50. Wesley Marston, Agent, 1951-R.
555 Packard. 76-6
FOR SALE-Two suits size 38. One
rain coat, size 40. One pair shoes,
8 1-2. Call at room 12,"711 N. Un-
iversity. 81-1
FOR SALE- One ticket for Detroit
Symphony concert, January 24. Call
1790-M. 81-2

THIS
otoNS r AS S IF IECOLUMN
CLOSES CLOSES
AT3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

New Frocks
New Millinery-d
PRING frocks and millinery occu-
py the style attention of discrimin-,
ating women just now.
The silk dresses are of chiffon; taffe-
ta, canton crepe, satin, and georgette
crepe; French serge, tricotine and poi-
ret twill are the woolen fabrics em-
ployed. Styles are, of course, the most
advanced of the developments for the
coming season.
The new millinery-is charmingly ex-
pressive of the months to come and
offers delightful variations from the
modes of previous years.

WANTED
ANTED-To rent-Beginning second
semester, seven or nine uupperclass-
men desire rooms in same house,'
near campus; preferably entire sec-
ond floor. Address Box H. X. Y.,
care Daily. 79-3
ANTED - A roommate in a good,
warm suite.' 812 E. Catherine St.
Two blocks from U. of M. Hospital,
four blocks from campus. Phone
88-w. 79-3
ANTED- Suite of rooms for light
housekeeping. Location near cam-,
pus desired. State price. Reply
box I X.'Y., Daily. 79-3

TANTED -- Student help.n
Students' Pressing Shop,
North U., and Thayer St.
stairs.-

Inquire
corner
Down
79-3

LOST AD irOUND
L 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-Brown kid glove between U-
Hall and Law Bldg., early Wednes-
day morning. Finder please return
to Clarence Terrell, 325 N. Jeffer-
son. Phone 899-J. 80-1
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--Black leather note book, 7x9.
Finder call Cohn, 1996-J. Reward. 80
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-One desirable steam-
heated front room. $4.00 single,
$6.00 double. Oily one other stu-
dent in house. Phone 320-J, or 415
N. Division. 80-3
FOR RENT-Two large front rboms
furnished fdr either three or four
students., 1309 So. State St. Phone
1072-J. 81-3

WANTED-Roommate. Double room
on third floor. Half block from
campus. Call 1660-R or 220 So. Ing-
alls. 81-2
WANTED-This ad with 25c will give
you a suit press Liberty Cleaners
and Pressers. 523 E. Liberty, 79-3
WANTED-Single room with private
family, preferably on south-west
side of campus. Box M. X. 81-2
FO R RENT
FOR RENT-Furnished suite at 811 E.
Huron St. Price $9.00 per . week.
-Phone Mrs..Meade. 1138-R. 81-3

FOR SALE-Victrola in good condi-
tion. Will sell cheap. 551 Church
St. Phone 1526-R 79-6
FOR. SALE-Two tickets for concert
Monday night. In section 5. $1.50
each. Call 1177-J. 81-2
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Double or single room on
third floor- Quiet place. Phone
2437-R. 80-2
FOR RENT-Room for two men stu-
dents. Call 407 N. Ingalls. 81-1
FOR RENT - Nine room house for
rent. 1113 College St. 79-3
MISCELLANEOUS
THERE IS a fine opening for a good
dentist in. Berrien Sprngs, Mich.
A good office room can be had
centrally located. Correspond with
T. W. Reynolds, Berrien Springs,
Mich. 77-5
LOCKSMITH, all kinds door and trunk
keys. Repairing locks and fitting
keys a specialty. Phone 2498. Dell
Keeler. 74-12
THE STUDENT that did janitor work
at U. of M. hospital during holidays
that lost glasses, call 210-J. 80-3

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