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- THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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UNIVERSITY MEN! The HURON porated 1891. Can draw your money
VALLEY BLDG. AND SAVINGS ASSO. anytime and receive 5 per ct. from flay
offers the best medium for saving andonvestment. Evry ays Eelyi
your loss.. Wmn.I.,. Walz, P'resident.'
increasing your money. Never paid H. H. Herbst, Secy. & Atty., A. A. Sav-
less than 6 per (L. dividends. Incor- ings Bank Bldg., Main St. Adv.
Are You Equipped for

1o n en
Freshman Girls' Glee club will meet,
at 4:30 o'clock Monday afternoon in
harbour gymnasium.
Children's wards at the University
hospital are still under quarantine.
Girls who regularly do social service
work there should report at Newberry
hall at their regular hours.

Your Orchestra

IF NOT, CALL AND SEE
THE XYLOPHONE FOR $153.00
312 OCTAVES, WITH CASE
IT'S A DEAGAN

There will be a rehearsal of the cast
of the Junior Girls' -play at 4 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon in, Sarah Caswell
Angell hall.
WOMEN TO CANVASS
UNIVERSITY HOUSES
F OR RELIEF FUND,

- A DESIRE
FOR ANY TYPE OF DANCING
may easily be satisfied at
MLLE.
JEANETTE KRUZSKA'S
DANCING STUDIO
AESTHETIC DANCING
SOFT SHOE DANCING
TOE DANCING
BALL ROOM DANCING
We aim to make you graceful
in addition to knowing steps
Instructors
MLLE. KRUZSKA
PHILIP MILLER, '23
Studio-324 E. Huron St.
Phone 2308.R.
Diamonds were at first picked
up on the surface. Mines were
shallow, and cheaply worked
but very productive. Now the
mines are so deep - 2,000 to
3,000 feet - and the yield has
become so small (about $6 per
ton of rock), that to produce
the value of ahone-carot dia-
mond in its finished condition,
about eighty tons of rock must
be lifted to the surface, moved
six miles to the works, weath-
ered two years, crushed and
sent to the pulsating machines
ten miles away.

EXTRA"
SUBSTANTIAL REDUCTION
On all Kodaks and Cameras
to go into effect at Once.
Ta k e advantage of these
prices and this weather.
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You Like All dormitories, sororities, and
University houses will be visited by
JER C MELODY girls Tuesday evening to tell the
women of the University about the
0 SUIT foreign relief campaign which will
open on the campus this week. Three
Ii1111111 national campaigns are being com-
bined into one big drive here. Mar-
guerite Clark, '21, has charge of the
n, M USiC H OUSe work among the girls. At a joint
meeting of Mortarboard and Senior
Main St. society held last Thursday night at
Helen Newberry residence it was de-
cidedsthat these organizations would
sponsor the drive.
College Exchanges,
New Hampshire- Tuition rates at
DN FNew Hampshire State college have ad-
moV NE
vanced from $100 to $200 for students
from outside the state. The $75 fee
charged for residents of the state re-
mains unchanged but, the additional
fee imposed on all students has been
raised from $36 to $50. President Het-.
zel stated that this action was taken
largely to restrict the student body
Lto residents ofNew Hampshire.
DePauw-The clock at DePauw un-
iversity is regulated by wireless from
Washington, D. C. The standard clock
® ~opens and closes the wireless key at
each tick. The messages, received
every, day at 11 o'clock in the morning
and 9 o'clock at night, last for three
D E S minutes ending on the stroke of the
® hour.
Harvard-The official report of the
college year shows a loss of $6,343.44
in major and .minor sports. The total
expenditures were $174,578.28, and the
receipts $168,234.84. Football and base-
ball were the only sports on the plus
side of the ledger.
NCE STUDIUS -r
DORMITORIES TO ACCOMMODATE
190 FOR SUMMER SESSION
des - NICKELS Accommodtonsfor19womenstu
Newberryresidence, Betsy Barbour
house, Alumnae residence, and Kent
hall during the next Summer session.
Betsy Barbour will be open for sum-
s THISmer students for the first time, as
F EM Nconstruction work was not completed
COLUMN before the beginning of the Summer
CLOSES session last year.
TISiNG . AT 3 P,M University authorities urge that
women who expect to attend school
this summer and who want board and
FOR SALE roam in one of these buildings, make
application as soon as possible. Ap-
FOR SALE-z$1.50 ticket for Detroit plications for Helen Newberry resid-
Orchestra, Monday, Jan. 24, for ence should be made to Miss Helen
$1.00; also $1.00 extra'concert tick- Bishop, social director; those for Betsy
et, Monday, Feb. 28, for $.75; or
both tickets for $1.50. Phone 976-J1 Barbour house to Miss Eleanor She-
-Pearson. 82- don, social director, and applications
FOR SALE-Two tickets for concert for the two other buildings to Miss
Monday night. In section 5. $1.50 Marguerite Chapin, acting dean of wo-
each. Call 1177-J. 81-2 mr for the Summer session.
FOR SALE- One ticket for Detroit Undergraduate women of the regular
Symphony concert, January 24. Call session in residence during the sum-
1790-M. ' 81-2 mer are required to room in houses
, --,- approved by tle dean of women.

My Dairy Lunch':
Our food is the best
Our prices are right ~
HOURS
7 A.M. TO 1 P. M.
5 P. M. TO 7 P. M.
i= SUNDAYS
8 A. M. TO 7:30 P.M.
512 EAST WILLIAM STREET
SI I1IIi1i11iili liIIi l Uii 1iii lilli li llilll:I I

-'1r. V esimer's

Why are you so Insistent?

Dinners are so Hard

to Equal

ASOHLANDERER
AND
S E Y F R I E D
"Home of Good Diamonds"
113 E. LIBERTY

Opposite D. U. R. Station
Just Above Rae Theatre

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ffeefsteak

Phone Orders
Promptly Filled

Mail Orders
Promptly Filled
EST. 1857

HALSEY'S DA

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Wool Jersey Sport Suits

T H I S'
COLUMN
CLOSES
AT3 P.M.VER
LOST AND OUND-
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-Ten dollars in bills Wednes-
day evening on tSate St., or North
University Ave. Finder please phone
1656-J. 82-1
LOST-Ten. dollar bill on campus,
State St., or Chem. Bldg. Reward.
Call Quinlavin, 1920-J. 82-1
LOST-Tortoise shell rimmed glasses
between Washtenaw and Library.
Please call 2570. 82-1
LOST-Cloth hat at Ohio game. Find-
er please call Harvey, 1884-J. Re-I
ward. 82-2
LOST - Brown knit scharf; purple-
stripes. Call 1858-J. Reward. 82-2
LOST-Parker pen in Lane hall. Find-
er call 1730-M. Reward. 8214
FOUND-A pair of glasses on State
St., near Hill. Owner may call at
the Daily office and identify. 82-1
WANTED
WANTED-Roommate. Double room
on third floor. Half block from
campus. Call 1660-R or 220 So. ng-
alls. 81-2I
WANTED-Suite for second semester.
Send particulars to Box M. V., Daily.
82-2
WANTED-Single room with private
family, preferably on south-west
side of campus. Box ML X. 81-2

$14

75

This is the best news that we have been able to announce for a long time.

Jersey is

recognized as ideal material for sport suits. Its wearing qualities are as well known as its
beauty. These suits will please the most fastidious, both as to practicality and style. Made
in regular sport style with pleated jackets, narrow belts, pockets and button trimmings, some
in tuxedo style, others with tailored Collars, in a variety of shades, these little suits are just

the thing for spring.

The colors are heather shades in blue, tan and gray, brown of a par-

ticnlarly rich shade, navy, Copenhagen blue, and blue with Copenhagen trimming.
can't help but be pleased with these suits at such low prices.

You

Other new spring suits are arriving daily and exemplify the newest style tendencies, as

FOR SALE---Victrola in good conai-
tion. Will sell cheap. 551 Church
St. Phone 1526-R 79-6
FOR SALE-L rge Michigan Banner.
best quality felt. $9.00. Call,1451.
jSunday. 82-1

165 Women Report at Swim Classes
Swimming classes for women at the
City Y. M. C. A. are progressing rap-
idly, under the direction of Viggo Nel-
sn. '22. and Miss Hazel Hovev More

to color, material and style.

Navy blue seems to be-the best shade 'for suits, while gray is

running a close second. The coats are box styles, ripple effects or tailored models, to suit

your taste.

Trimmings of beads, embroidery and braid are seen on some, while others are

"71, 44, C1U 1Z 16G 1 e. I V
FOR SALE-Farland banjo. Wooden t.an 165 women are reporting in
rim, beautiful instrument. For par-
ticulars call 1791-M. 82-6 classes. Further information con-
cerning an exhibition to be given next
MISCELLANEOUS Thursday night will be announced

severely plain.

The prices, too, are sure to delight you; they are so exceedingly low.

ARE YOU working your way through
College or a part of it? Don't for-
get that working for' the National
Casualty Company, furnishes you
an income the year round. 310 States
St., third floor. 82-6'
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. 1'3
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
FRENCH lessons by native French
teacher. Phone 1158-R. 82-6

later.
j SundayChicken Dinners at Teet's
Dining Rooms, 75c. 805 E. Huron
St.-Adv.
'SS
Home of Sweet and Purity
Always Fresh
302 S. Main Phone 474-W

Dresses are particularly lovely this spring with their wide, flaring lines, their quaint,
tight-fitting waists, and with the new materials and colors. Here gray seems to lead in pop-
ularity and frocks of pearl gray taffeta are lovely enough for anyone. Navy is of course,
good and in this shade, too, taffeta seems to be the reigning favorite., Starting at $25, these
dresses are very low priced. New evening dresses are here in dainty, light shades, in satin
tulle, velvet and taffeta, in all styles and trimmed with flowers, silver, rhinestones and rib-
bons. Our ready-to-wear salon has taken on an air of springtime.

Ready-to-Wear Salon, Second Floor

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