THE MICHIGAN D
[ave you company coming? Bring
m to Teet's Dining Rooms for din-
or results advertise in The Micn-
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Daily advertising will spell prosper-
ity for you.-Adv.
Students especially invited to pat-
ronize Chinese Gardens. H. C. of L.
A Nice Cozy Place Where
You Enjoy Your )'Ieal
One half block South
and all kinds of
WASHTENAW ELECTRIC SHOP
200 WASHINGTON ST.
Announcement of the personnel of
the Freshmen orchestra was made
yesterday by H. S. Sherman, '21E,
chairman of. the Union music commit-
tee. Tryouts were held last Thurs-
day evening. There are still a few
vacancies in the orchestra and men
wishing to try out for these positions
may do so by attending the first re-
hearsal to be held at 7:30 o"clock to-
morrow evening in the assembly hall
of the Union.
Successful tryouts are: Violins, H.
L. Robinson, '24, G. B. lHartman,
'24D, G. G.. Carman, '24, F. W. Be-
vier, '24D, H. F. Poehle, '24E, E. B.
Ornstein, '24, H. F. Lown, '24D, and
Charles Frankman, '24; flutes, G.
Dillman, '24, H. M. Case, '24E, and
C. B. Jones,.'24; cornets, L. E. Cour-
rier, '24, and O. E. Fifield, '24; sax-
ophones, C. A. Campbell, '24, and G.
W. Kirsch, '24; trombones, D. J. Fra-
ley, '24, and J. K. Alland, '24; piano,
William Katz, '24; drums, H. D. Mast,
There will be no more Women's
league parties until next semester. The
Friday afternoon parties, will then be
Gymnasium classes will be held on
Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 31 and Feb.
1, as usual.
Posture examinations will be held
from Wednesday, Feb. 2, to Friday,
LYNDON & COMPANY
719 NORTH UNIVERSITY
On all Kodaks and Cameras
togo into effect at Once.
Take advantage of these
prices and this weather.
Ann Arbor's only
not using gasoli ne
in any form
Have you tried it? Made by the'
people who make "Charms". It
is one of the nicest confections
Why are you so Insistent?
M'r. lesimer's ileefsteak,
Dinners are so Hard
Opposite D. U. R. Station
Just Above Rae Theatre
ever put out,
In two sizes 1Oc and $1.00 and
worth the price. Try it!
324 SOUTH STATE ST.
EAST and SOUTH UNIVERSITY AVE.
711 PACKARD ST.
1818 - F IETHIS
CCASSFIE 0 COLUMN
IT 3 P.M.C ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.
NTED-Six students for exclusive
ccupancy of second floor of new
ome. Room and two meals per
ay-$8.00 per week. Call 2522-3
r see Mrs. Bebout at 1331 White
t., near old gate of Ferry field. 87-2
.NTED-Young man who is an ex-
erienced typewriter operator,
'reshman or Sophomore preferred.
steady work. Give full particulars
egarding hours available. Address:
YPIST, Care Michigan Daily. 88-3
.NTED-Private board by from ten
twelve students. Possibility of
roup increasing td eighteen stud-
nts. Prefer private room.V Box H.
M., care Daily. It88
NTED-By two upperclassmen, a-
' arm and comfortablesuite, not
ecessarily near the campus. No
her students. Box',D. E., Daily.
NTED-To buy a Ford Roadster.
ust be in good condition. Address
r. Kling, 614 E. University Ave.
NTED-Washerwoman to do wash-
g for two students. Phone 1808-M
Id call Farnam. 87-2
L eTRADV one new set Nelson's
oose-leaf Encyclopedia. (Twelve
lumes) for an Underwood type-
riter. Henry D. Goff, 4 5 Church
[DIJNTS wanting employment and.
steady income, with a chance to
ild up a permanent business,
ould call at 310 State St., third
aor. National Casualty Co. 13,
KSMITH-All kinds of door and
unk keys. Repairing locks and
;ting keys a specialty. Phone 2498.
ell Keeler. 87-2i
FOR RENT-Large double room, four
windows, a block and a half from
the campus, for one or two students,
low price. Call 751-W, ask for
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-Suite for two men on
second floor. Double suite for two
on third floor. 1209 S. University.
Phone 1217-W. 87-2
FOR RENT-A suite ofrooms suitable
for man and wife or two students,
third year or better. 811 E. Huron
FOR RENTOne room with private
family. 604 Mary Court near State
and Packard. 88-2
FOR RENT-Two large suites, two
blocks from campus. 708 Church
FO RRENT-Double room. 1012 E.
University. Phone 1130. 88
FOR RENT-Sleeping porch and large
room. Call 829. 88
LOST AND k OU D
LOST-Tuesday evening between Lib-
rary and 826 Tappan, silver Alpha'
Phi pledge pin. Reward if return-
ed to above address. Phone 114.
LOST-Black and Tan Airedale pup,
female. Seven months old. Detroit
license when lost. Reward. 302-J.
618 Church. 87-2
LOST-Small leather note-book with
name on cover. Keep the book if you
need it but please mail me the rec-
ords inside. J. A. Bacon. 2726-R. 88
All social service workers of the
Homoeopathic hospital are requested
to report at Newberry hall at their
There will be a reharsal of the cast
of the Junior Girls' play at 4 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon in Sarah Caswell
The Freshman Girls' Glee club will
meet at 4:30 o'clock Monday after-
noon in Barbour gymnasium.
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.
TICKETS FOR COLONIAL
BALL LIMITED TO 200
Tickets for the Colonial ball to be
given by the Sarah Caswell Angell
Chapter of the Daughters of the Amer-
ican Revolution Feb. 16 at the Michi-
gan Union will be limited to 200 cou-
Tickets may be secured from Mrs.
Ray E. Bassett, 2328-J, or from Miss
Sara Whedon, 1814-M. Single tickets
for ladies who wish to play cards may
be secured. These are also limited
since only a definite number 4f ta-
bles will be used.
OldRags Wanted by Hospital Patients
Service workers at the Homoeopa-
thic hospital would like contributions
of old clothing to be used in the
making of rag rugs by patients in
the hospital who need some light
occupation to lessen the monotony of
the days. Such contributions may be
taken to Newberry hall, the tempor-
ary headquartersrofthe social serv-
ice department, or they will be called
for if doners will telephone 937-W.
Tea Dance for Foreign Relief Fund
A tea dance, netting $56, wes given
for the benefit of the Foreign Relief
fund yesterday afternoon at Martha
Cook building. Music was donated by
the Rhodes brothers' orchestra. More
than 50 couples were present.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Green gold pencil. Pencil is a
collapsible Swan pencil with a re-
movable lead. A keepsake. Reward
if returned to Box H. J., Daily. 88
LOST-Reward for return of a brown
overcoat taken from Chemistry
building Thursday. Charles Cog-
" shall, 311 Thompson. 1198-J. 88-2
FOR SALE- Schiller Piano in good
condition, quartered oak case. Will
be a bargain at $175. Call at 523 W.
Liberty St. Side door.' 87-2
FOR SALE--Skates with shoes attach-
ed. Size 4 1-2. Call mornings. 1345
Wilmont St. 87-2
FOR SALE-Pair of track shoes. Size
7 1-2. Good as new. C. N. Snyder,
715 E. Huron. Call after, 6 P. M. 88
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This sale will start February ist and willlast
one week. All high shoes: brown and black kid
or calfskin, with Louis, Cuban or military heels.
Also a lot of high shoes at less than 1-2 price.
These are broken sizes and are'nearly all Louis
heels. They are exceptional values in gray,
brown, and black, formerly priced as high as six-
teen dollars, during this sale at $5.45.
Another lot, broken sizes, in Oxfords and
pumps in tan, brown, and black kid and calfskin
with Louis, Cuban, or military heels, former val-
ues to $12.00, at $4.95.
These are practically all Dorothy Dodd shoes
but do not include a few spring models which
just arriVed and have been marked at the new
low price levels.
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