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I HE MICHIGAN DAILY

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W1~om en

Squad captains interested in prac-
ticing apparatus work are requestedl
to reportatuthe (gymnasiusmat 5
o'clock this afternoon.
The Women's Athletic association
board meeting has been postponed un-
til 7:30 o'clock Thursday night, Jan.
27, at the Pi Beta Phi house.
Aesthetic dancing classes will not
meet this week.
Prof. William A. Frayer, of the his-
tory department, will address the
open forum of the Y. W. C.'A. on the

topic, "The New Europe," at 4:30'
o'clock this afternoon at Newberry
hall.
- Toys, puzzles, and scrap-books are
being made by social service workers
at Newberry hall to be sent to the
children in the University hospital
during the quarantine. Girls who do
social service work at the hospital
should report at their customary
hours at Newberry hall.
Colonial Ball to Be Annual Affair
The colonial ball to be given by the
Sarah Caswell Angell chapter of the
Daughters of the American Revolu-
tion from 9 until 1 o'clock Wednesday
night, Feb. 16, according to the com-
mittee in charge, has created such in-
terest that the committee has decided
" make it an annual affair.

JUNIOR COLLEGE HOTEL MANAGEMENT NEW
WOMEN HEAR DEAN' FIELD FOR WOMEN WORKERS
Helen M. Woods, a dinner guest at
In pursuance of the policy of the' Helen Newberry residence last night,
Women's league to prepare the girls spoke of hotel organization as a prom-
of the Detroit Junior college for the ising field for women.
life of the University where many of "This work," said Miss Woods, "is
them intend to complete their college one of the biggest fields for women
course, Dean Myra B. Jordan address- that is offered today. It is more at-
ed the women of that institution Fri- tractive work and has a more direct
day afternoon. appeal than many occupations open
Dean Jordan stated that she is much to women, because of the housekeep-
impressed by the manner in which the ing qualities involved."
girls are taking up the customs and * Miss Woods is now organizing a
ideals of the University, learning its hotel in Pontiac which will be started
songs and attending its functions. in the spring. Previous to this she
Parties of junior college girls are was employment manager for the
planning to attend the annual lunch-| Bowman chain of hotels in' the east.
eon of the Detroit alum~nae, Junior l

The father agreed to make good all
checks passed, three more have been
turned in yesterday. She will be giv-
en medical treatment.
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.
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PLAYERS

CLUB

PRESENTS

ALL
SUITS anid OVERCOATS

Girls' play, the women's annual lunch-j
eon, field day and lantern night here.
MUSIC STUDENTS WILL GIVE
RECITAL THIS AFTERNOON

DETROIT SYMPHONY HERE
FILLING CANCELLED DATE
Owing to the refusal of the Minne-
apolis Symphony orchestra to keep its
engagement in the Choral Union se-

FOUR

One =Act

Advanced students of the piano and ries Feb. 24 this concert will be omit-
voice departments of the University ted. In its place the Detroit Sym-
School of Music will appear at 4:15 phony orchestra with Ossip Gabri-
o'clock this afternoon in a public re- lowitsch as conductor and Ilya
cital at the School of Music hall. ThQ Schkolnik, violinist, as soloist, will

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general public may attend.1
The program is as follows:
Romance ................... Sibelius
Valse, Op. 18 ............... Chopin
Max Ewing

again be heard Monday
Feb. 21.
Patrons will please use
marked "5" for admission.

evening,{
coupon

The Great
Writing Machine
with
Interchangeable
Type

PLAYS

HATS, CAPS, GLOVES
AND ALL FURNISHINGS

Simple Histoire............Dancla1 GIRL FORGER TAKEN HOME;
Howard Rufus FATHER MAKES CHECKS GOOD

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Etude Mignonne............ Schutt
Polish Dancen..........rScharwenka
Irene Hohlenkamp
Second Movement from Concerto
...................... M endelssohn
John Chandler
Recit. and Aria: "But Who May
Abide the Day of His* Coming"
("Messiah") .............. Handel
Richmond Gardner

The 16-year-old girl, whose name
has been withheld, apprehended Mon-
day for passing bogus checks, at the
floral shop of Cousins and Hall and
the confectionary store 'of J. A. Trub-
ey, was taken home yesterday by her
father, a resident of Royal Oak, who
had traced her to this city after her
disappearance a few days ago.

All Business, All Sciences, All Languages,
may be had on ONE machine.
365 different arrangements of type and lan-
guages, including Greek, Armenian, Chinese-
Phonetic, and all modern European languages;
also, type set for Engineering, Chemistry, As-
tronomy, Mathematics, etc.
Lectures, Notes, Theses, may be most beau-
tifully and clearly transcribed on the Multi-
plex in condensed type.
Monthly payments. Good rebuilt machines.
tilachines rented.
aDetroit Office - 154 Wayne Street
THE HAMMOND TYPEWRITER CO.
S45 East 6oth Street New York City

Been Arranged.
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SHas No Equal
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Our Service Has No Equal
Let Us Call for Your Clothes
-209 SOUTH
PHON PGakn FOURTH :
AVENUE
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w a
SCLEANING, PRESSING, REPAIRING
THIS TNils
COLUMN COLUMN
CLOSES COE
AT 3 P.U ADVERTISING LOSES.M
AT 3P.M

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"Tradition"
-Middleton

SHOWING-- Matinee at 2 - 3:30 Evening at 7 - 8:30
TODAY AND BALANCE OF WEEK

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Sarah Caswell

Who said
nobody loves
a fat man?

.. THE INI I ITA iL E
WORLD ASPIRING

Angell

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8 O'CLOCK
EACH NIGRT OF

JANUARY,
27 and28

ADMISSION FOR THE
PUBLIC
50 Cents

Ttekets at

WAHRS

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LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Brown Fox Fur on No. Uni-
versity or State St. Please return
to 1315 Cambridge, Road. Phone
1322-M. /83-2
LOST-On Granger between Fair Oaks
and Packard, a small brown fur,
Please return to the Daily office, Box
,M. !Z. 84-31
LOST - Black loose-leaf notebook,'
size about 7x4 inches. Return to
Secretary's office, U-Hall. 84-2'
LOST - Will person who took the
wrong galoshes at Armory, Jan. 15,
please call 885-W. 84
LOST-Parker pen in Lane hall. Find-
er call 1720-M. "Reward. 83-4
LOST-Black wool scarf. Call 60-R.
Reward. 83-2I
MISCELLANEOUS
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 State
St., third floor. 82-6f

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WANTED
WANTED-A special opportunity for
an ambitious man to start build-
ing up a good business for himself.
Energy is the one capital required.
Spare time to start. Inquire today.
Communicate with Geo. Malcolm,508
E. Liberty St. Phone 719-M. 83-3
WANTED-A number of live fellows
for a money making proposition
this summer. Can make $1,000.00 or
more in 75 days. For particulars call
Martin Larson. Phone 959. 84-3
WANTED-Room or roommate for sec-
ond semester. Address Box C. E.
H. 84,

GRAH AMS

OTHER
FE TURES
FOX NEWS

and

BRAY PICTO
i ORCHESTRA

SLATERS

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WANTED-Nice Suite for two.
Victor at 2451.

Call
83-3

VOR SALE
FOR SALE-A new Spring top-coat.
Ardmore style, size 37. Never been
worn. Call at 1107 Willard, after
dinner. 84-3
FOR SALE-Farland banjo. Wooden
rim, beautiful instrument. For par-
ticulars call 1791-M. 82-6

Jesso L: Lasky presoits
(by Ar'M r n h k / l -ch'n 'k
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From the Story by Ir)in S. Cobb

Members Should get
Their Tickets from the
Treasurer on

WEDNESDAY,

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JANUARY 26,

from 1 to

IOCKSMITH, all kinds door and trunk
keys. Repairing locks and fitting
keys a specialty. Phqne 2498. Dell
Keeler. 74-I2

FOR RENT
FOR RENT - Furnished apartment,
two rooms and kitchenette. Avail-
able Jan 28. Near campus. 1207
IWillard St. 83-3

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in University Hail

FRENC

lessons by native French
Phone 1158-R. 82-ft

D rected by Joseph Hlenabery

Seenaro by Walter Woods

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