THE MICHIGAN DAILY
ER SPEAKS ON
[E NEW EUROPE,
world must be patient. It is a ser-
ious situation but it is going to work
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Anin Arbor's buyers.-Adv.
'ing the war and immediately aft-
Is there was a wide spread tend-
o hope for great things, but the
has been impatient. Far from
pessimistic, we have every rea-
o be optimistic," said Prof. W.
ayer, In his talk on "The New
e," given before the Y. W. C. A.
group, yesterday afternoon, at
erry halI., Professor Frayer
of the new Europe from the
point of territorial changes and
sum up the European- situa-
he said, "affairs are not work- ...-
inoothly, but after the tremend-
urmoil time is needed to bring P y I
a state of equilibrium. The es.Peabody &Co.Jnc.froybJX
There will be a rehearsal of the
cast of the Junior Girls' play at 4
o'clock Friday afternoon in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall.
The social service department of
the University hospital has sent out
an appeal for late numbers of the
popular magazines. The hospital is
under quarantine and the need for
reading matter is very pressing. It
is requested that the contributions be
sent to the social service department.
All social service woikers of the
Homoeopathic hospital are requested
to report at Newberry hall at their
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.
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.
STUDENT VOLUNTEER WORKER
STRESSES SOCIAL SERVICE
W. A. A. GETS PROCEEDS FROM
MAJ. MATINEE SATURDAY'
Tickets for the Saturday matinee at
the Majestic theater are being sold by
the Women's Athletic association. A
double feature including an all star
cast in "The Hope," and a Mack Sen-
net comedy, "Love, Honor, and
Obey," will be shown. Tickets are
for sale at dormitories, sorority hous-
es, league houses, and at Barbour
Proceeds from this sale will go to-
ward the expenses of the annual co-
tillion given by the association on Sat-
urday, March 5, and to pay for the
expenses of sending a delegate to the
Athletic Conference of American Col
lege Women to be held March 18 and
19 at Indiana universit.
Use Classified advertising and sell,
your miscellaneous articles.-Adv.
C. G. GRUBAUGH & SON
722 MONROE STREET
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ON A MOONLIT NIGHT
take her for a ride in one of
our auto cabs. How she will
enjoy it! Perhaps you have
an engagement to escort her
to a dance, to dinner, to the-
atre, or to some affair even
out of town. Order one of
our cars and ride there in
privacy and comfort.
Ready to Serve
AT ANY TIME
Open from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Pot of hot tea and bowl of rice
PLAIN CHOP SUEY
CHINESE and AMERICAN Style
Quang Ttu Lo
615 Liberty at E.
TAILORED BY THEt
Lunches, Specials, Wa files
° T H E
G R E Y A Good Hot Cup of Coffee
and a Sandwich will help
you prepare for that
600 East Liberty
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Miss Ruth Roche,1
tary for the student
ment, while in Ann
FINE UNFINISHED WORSTEDS
PURE SILK LININGS
AND SATIN FACING
EXCLUSIVE LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE
309 S. Main
SUMN CLASSIF IE COLUMN
S .M. I ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.
LOST AND FOUND
T-Monday A. M., north of cam-
is, small silver Eversharp, ringed;
tesday A. M., bottom part of small
aterman fountain pen. Finder call
48-R or 200 N. State. 85
T-On Granger between Fair Oaks
.d Packard, a small brown fur.
ease return to the Daily office, Box
leather, pocket size,
to P. L. L., College
P - Black loose-leaf notebook,
e about 7x4 inches. Return to
cretary's office, U-Hall. 84-2
r--Parker pen in Lane hall. Find-
call 1720-M. Reward. 83-4
TED-A special opportunity for
ambitious man to start build-
up a good business for himself.
ergy is the one capital required.
are time to start. Inquire today.
mumunicate with Geo. Malcolm, 508
FOR RENT - Furnished apartment,
two rooms and kitchenette. Avail-
able Jan. 28. Near campus. 1207
Willard St. - 83-3
FOR RENT--Suite for two men on
second floor. Double suite for three
on third floor. 1209 S. University.
FOR RENT-One large room on 2nd
floor, 1 large front room on 1st
floor, half block from campus. Call
FOR RENT-Two large suites, two
blocks from campus. 708 Church St.
Phone 1145-J. 85-2
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. 82-6
I OCKSMITH, all kinds door and trunk
keys. Repairing locks and fitting
keys a specialty. Phone 2498. Dell
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
FRENCH lessons by native Frepch
teacher. Phone 1158-R. 82-6
FOR SALE-A new Spring top-coat.
Ardmore style, size 37. Never been
worn. Call at 1107 Willard, after
and Wednesday, was entertained at
dinner Tuesday evening at Martha
Cook building and Wednesday even-
ing at Helen Newberry residence.
"Girls still seem to think that for-
eign missionary work consists of
standing under a palm tree and
preaching to two or three cannibals,"
said Miss Roche -when addressing the
Martha Cook girls. "In reality, the
gospel can be brought to these people
better in a practical way. Women
are needed in many fields, such as do-
mestic science, physical culture, com-
munity social service, literary, edu-
cational, and recreational work. Vol-
unteers are not only needed in such
countries as Turkey and India, they
are also wanted in France for Y. W.
C. A. work."
Thirty University girls have en-
listed as student volunteers and are
purposing to go as foreign mis,4ion-
aries. Miss Roche intends to take up
medicine and plans to go abroad in
SUBJECT OF TALK TO WOMEN
"Community Work and Co-opera-
tion in Community Affairs" will be the
subject of a talk to Girl Reserve lead-
ers at 7 o'clock tonight at Newberry
hall. The address will be given by
Miss Genvieve.dForsberg, the new
community service worker. Miss Hul-
da Bancroft will conduct the meeting
of the Girl Reserve leaders in order
to demonstrate to them how to carry
on discussions among their groups.
All girls who have been in the lead-
ers' training class are asked to attend
regardless of whether they have yet
been assigned a group of girls.
EXTENSION SERVICE SPEAKERS
GO TO WAYNE AND BLISSFIELD
Dr. -Carl V. Weller, of the pathology
department, addressed the Boys' club
of Wayne high school last night at
Wayne, on "Hygiene and Morality."
Prof. J. R. Hayden, of the political
science department, addressed a public
meeting last night at Blissfield, Mich.,
on the subject, "Michigan Men in Ac-
tion." The lectures were given under
the aifspices of the Extension service.
Mrs. Stock Visits Betsy Barbour
Mrs. Frederick Stock, of Chicago, is1
the guest of her daughter, VeraI
Stock, '24, at Betsy Barbour house.
Mrs. Stock will be in Ann Arbor dur-
ing the Eastern tour of the Chicago
Symphony orchestra. Mr. Frederick
Stock is the director of the orches-
Martha Washington Candies, fresh
every Friday. 90c. Tice's Drug Store,
117 So. Main St.-Adv.
Daily advertising will spell prosper-
ity for you.-Adv.
Home of Sweet and Purity
. ..__ .
Wool Jersey Suits
Spring Sport Coats.
It has been a long time since we were able
to write such welcome news as this. New, up-.
to-date jersey suits for $14.75. They are
made in sport styles with pleated backs, nar-
row belts, some with pockets, others in Tux-
edo style with trimming of a contrasting color.
The jersey is firmly knit and the suits are well
made. Colors are heather mixtures in brown,
blue and gray, brown, navy, Copenhagen and
(Ready-to-Wear Salon - Second Floor)
A few sport coats have arrived and are
marked at $23.75. These are nearly all short
coats, although a few three-quarter lengths are
here. Colors are light, tan and gray predom-
inating. Belts feature all these coats and fan-
cy buttons are used for trimming. It would
be hard to find better values than these.
(Ready-to-Wear Salon - Second Floor)
302 S. Main
What's Newest for Spring
Plaid Wool Skirts
=d-h i Z,-- i- s7 4.
Liberty St. Phone 719-M.
TED-A number of live fellows
a money making proposition
s summer. Can make $1,000.00 or
re in 75 days. For particulars call
rtin Larson. Phone 959. 84-3
TED - Single room by Senior
;h private family. Call Morse,
TED-Single room, must be rea-
able. Box P. J., Daily. 85
Spring days call for separate skirts to wear
with sweater or separate blouse. We have
these skirts and at prices that will surely sur-
prise you. They are mostly all plaids, large
and small and are pleated or plain models.
Three lots are included, $6.95, $9.95 and
(Ready-to-Wear Salon - Second Floor)
Our buyer has just returned from the east
where she has been buying spring hats and has
brought some back with her. The newest
styles and colors are exemplified in these east-
ern hats of straw and silk combinations. Har-
mony hats are among the new arrivals and are
the last word in style and workmanship, as
well as material. We cordially invite you to
inspect these new hats.
(Millinery Salon - Second Floor)
'ED-Nice Suite for two.
or at 2451.
FOR SALE-Farland banjo.
rim, beautiful instrument.
ticulars call 1791-M.