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THE MICHIGAN DAiLY

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WUtomen

Chaperones for the week end namedl
the office of the dean of women aref
follows: . Friday, at the Union-
s. H. G. Berger; at the Armory-
s Yates Adams; Saturday, at the
ion-Mrs. Walter Sherman; at the
rory-Miss Martha Hills.
there will be a rehearsal of the
A of the Junior Girls' play at 4
lock this afternoon in Sarah Cas-
11 Angell hall.
Phe social service department of
3 University hospital has sent out
appeal for late numbers of the
pular magazines. The hospital is
ler quarantine and the - need for
ding matter is very pressing. It
requested that the contributions be
t to the social service department.
kll social service workers of the
moeopathic hospital are requested
report at Newberry hall at their
;ular hours.
toys, puzzles, and scrap-books are
ng made by social service workers
Newberry hall to be sent to the
ldren in the University hospital
ing the quarantine. Girls who do

social service work at the hospital
should report at their customary
hours at Newberry hall.
CHINESE WORKER
VISITING H E R E
Miss Abby Mayhew, formerly physi-
cal director at Wisconsin university,
and for three years connected with
the public health movemnt in China,
is the guest of Mrs. Frederick P. Jor-
dan. At noon Mrs. Jordan will en-
tertain with a luncheon at the Y. W.
C. A. tea room, honoring Miss May-
hew, Mrs. Marion L. Burton, and the
Chinese girls in the University.
In the afternoon opportunity will
be given women of the Y. W. C. A.
who are interested in the Sargent
campaign to meet Miss Mayhew, who
is a personal friend of Dr. Clare Sar-
gent.
I I
SENIOR ENGINEERS
Senior engineers can pay their
class dues from 9 to 10 o'clock
any morning this week in room.
306, Engineering building. Only
names of those fully paid uip will
be placed on commencement in-
vitations.

News From The Other Colleges

Fresh Florida strawberry Bunaaes Use the advertising columns of The
are being served at Tice's Fountain. Michigan Daily to reach the best of
117 S. Main St.-Adv. " Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.

Pennsylvania - "Domestic Science,
53" will be the name of the new
course at Pennsylvania State college.
It is for men and in it they ll learn
the nutritive value of foods and will!
learn how to prepare them. The num-
ber of men that can cook is few and
they prefer to go to a restaurant than
to cook themselves a cup of coffee
and a fried egg.
Cincinnati - The University of Cin-
cinnati Student council recently vot-
ed down a' proposition to adopt an,
R E S AN PPOINTNON-
ESIDENTLECTURERS,

honor system.
came from the
ing schools.
E

The chief opposition
medical and engineer-

Victor

Vi~ctrola

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Iowa - It is almost impossible to
obtain chaperones at university affairs
because they cannot countenance the
mode of dancing and because they do
not like to reprimand the couples on
the floor.
Columbia- At Columbia university
Hofflin middy suits have been adopt-
ed as the official uniform for the
women this winter. Navy serge blous-
es with regulation white braid and em-
blems on the sleeves, together with
plaited skirts make Ap the uniform.
The women of the university consider
this outfit 'to be good looking as well
as economical and practical.

The One Instrument

The one instrument for which the great-
est artists make records. The one instru-
ment specially made to play their Victor
Records. The one instrument that repro-
duces their art in exact accord with their
own ideas of interpretation.

Victrolas $25 to $1500.
ords 75c to $3.50.

Victor Rec-

NATIONAL FIGURES SELECTED
GIVE TWO NEW COURSES
IN LIT COLLEGE

TO: Harvard-Harvard has 28 boat
crews, 16 of which are made up of
freshmen students.

VIC"T ROLA

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Opening Night for After-Dance Parties - Special Menu
between 10 P. M. and 2 A. M.
SOUPS
Cream of Tomato........................15
Chicken .................................. .20
SANDWICHES SALADS '.
Cream Chicken.............. .25 Waldorf................... .35
Club House ................ .35 Fruit ...................... .45
Chicken .................. .25 Chicken ......................50
JI/ s Cafe Special.......... .35 Read Lettuce, Thousand =
Island Dressing ........40
WAITER SERVICE
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Come and try our 25c Luncheons during the week- 12 to 1 -
-I
MENU
VEGETABLE SOUP_
BREADED PORK CHOPS BAKED PORK AND BEANS w
BROILED WHITE FISH MASHED POTATOES
CABINET PUDDING FRUIT SAUCE
COFFEE OR TEA
JIM'S CAFE
Formerly known as S. U. Restaurant - 1121 South University Ave.
WHERE SOME OF THE GOOD EATERS GO
TITHS'A S 4111COLUMN COLUMN
C ASSIFIE Til
CLOSES CLOSES
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P .N

Appointment of non-resident lec- Wisconsin .. Women proved to be
turers in highway engineering and better students than men at the Uni-
highway transport courses for the versity of Wisconsin during the last
coming semestek' have been recently year according to official records.
authorized by the Board of Regents. Non-fraternity men and women had
Two new courses will be started, and higher grades than fraternity men and
will be open to students in the Col- women.
lege of Literature, Science, and the
Arts. 'Trench While l
AThe non-resident lecturers are:
Charles J. Bennett, state highway YouE at" ables
commissioner of Connecticut; J. H. LS Lst5 A4V~#
Collins, manager commercial survey de- At e 'b'
partment, Chilton company, of Phila- D
delphia; J. D. Eggleston, chief trans-
portation engineer, Paige Detroit com- "Parlez-vous francais?" is to be the
pany; F. W. Fenn, secretary national question considered in assigning ta-
motor truck committee, national auto- bles in the dining room of Betsy Bar-
mobile chamber of commerce; A. H.lbour house next semester. Beginning
Hinkle, chief engineer of maintenance, with Feb. 22, there will be one table
Indiana state highway commission; at dinner where all conversation will
A. R. Kroh, manager development de- be in French. Madam Lucie Rach-
partment, Goodyear Tire and Rubber miel Nissle, a Parisianer who has late-
company and George H, Pride, presi- ly come to Ann Arbor, will direct the
dent Heavy Haulage company, of New conversation and correct it. Prof. A.
York. G . Canfield, of the romance language
The two new courses open to liter- department, has spoken highly of Ma-
ary students are C. E. 41, "Highway dam Nissle's accent and pronuncia-
Transport Surveys and the Theory and tion. A plan will be carried out
Economics of Highway Improve- whereby all residents of Betsy Bar-
ments" and C. E. 44, "Highway Trans- bour desiring this training will have
port Economics, Methods, Legislation an opportunity of sitting at this table
and Management." Both are two hour for a certain time.
courses consisting of lectures and li-
brary reading. Three Trustees Resign from S. C. A.
At the regular meeting of the
Danto, '23D, Announces Engagement board of trustees of the Students'
The engagement of Samuel B. Dan- Christian association, Tuesday even-
to, '23D, to Miss Sylvia K. Guthman, ing, at Lane hall, Mrs. Marion L. Bur-
of Detroit, was recently announced. ton, Mrs. Myra B. Jordan and Mrs.
A. E. Jennings resigned from the

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Schaeberle & Son, Music House

Why are you so Insistent?

Because

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2leefsteak

Dinners are so Hard

to equal

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

Paronize Daily Adverters.-Adv.

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LOST AND f OUND
IT-On Granger between Fair Oaks
id Packard, a small brown fur.
lease return to the Daily office, Box
. Z. 84-3
IT-Tuesday evening between Lib-
ry and 926 Tappan, silver Alpha
hi pledge pin. Reward if returned
above address. Phone 114._ 86-3
T-Tortoise rimmed spectacles-
uesday- corner Cambridge and
livia. Return to 1004 Olivia or
il 2730. Reward. 86

WANTED
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 ROOMS-Instructor, mar-
ried, wants suite of two rooms near
State St. business section. Call
713-M after 7:00 P. M. 86-2
WANTED-To buy a Ford Roadster.
Must be in good condition. Address
Mr. Kling, 614 E. University Ave.
. _ __ 86-3

To Close Out
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
Winter Suits and Overcoats
if We will Sell on
SATURDAY, JANUARY 29
Every Suit or Overcoat
in our house at exactly
HALF-PRICE
Nothing Reserved
N. F. Allen Co.
-the House of Kuppenheimer Clothes
MAIN STREET
I of&OPit~

ST-Parker pen in Lane hall. Find-
r call 1720-M. Reward. 83-4
FOR SALE
R SALE-A new Spring top-coat.
.rdmore style, size 37. Never been
orn. Call at 1107 Willard, after
inner. 84=3
R SALE-Farland banjo. Wooden
m, beautiful instrument. For par-
culars call 1791-M. 82-6
MISCELLANEOUS
E YOU working your way through
ollege or a part of it? Don't for-
et that working for the National
asualty Company, furnishes you
n income the year round. 310 State
t., third floor. 82-6:
IDENTS wanting employment and
steady income, with a chance to!
wild up a permanent business,
could call at 310 State St., third
or. National Casualty Co. 13 I
ENCH lessons by native French
acher. Phone 1158-R. 82-6

WANTED-Roommate to share suite.
Call after 7:00 P. M., at 815 South
State St. Phone *1184-M. 86-2
WANTED - Single room by Senior
with private family. Call Morse,
1328. 85-2
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Suite for two men on
second floor. Double suite for three
on third floor. 1209 S. University.
85-2
FOR RENT-A suite of rooms suitable
for two or three students. Half
block from campus. Call 1660-R or
220 So. Ingalls... 86-5
FOR RENT-Large, warm, attractive
suite suitable for two or three men,
within two blocks of the campus.
725 Haven Ave. Phone 2574. 86
FOR RENT-Two large suites, two
blocks from campus. 708 Church St.
Phone 1145-J. 85-2
FOR RENT-Suite during second sem-
ester. Call 2316-J. 86-2

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