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February 01, 1921 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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JHOLARS GET $250
ASE; I. C. L. IS CAUSE

have announced an addition of 50 house.
pounds yearly to apply on the tuitions -
of the Rhodes scholars. W omen There will be a meeting of the cast
This increase amounts to about $250 Iof the Junior Girls' play and of alli

Menorah Society Elects Officers
Officers for the coming semester
Want Vic Records were elected at the meeting of the
Menorah society Sunday night: Pres-

to the increase in general main-
ce and living costs the adminis-
s of the Rhodes scholarship fund

and makes the tuitions worth $1,750
instead of $1,500 as in former years.
NOEP

NOW

The

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Castie

THE ORIGINAL HOME OF
4OME C'OOKED MEALS
STATE St. at HILL St.
THE BANK OF SERVICE
Commercial Banking in all its Branches.
Savings Department and Safety Deposit Vaults.
Exchange on All Parts of the World.
A. B. A. Travelers' Checks.
FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK

,girls who tried out for the play at 4
Dean Myra B. Jordan will be at o'clock this afternoon in Sarah Cas- Music, especially of the peppy and
home to University women this after- well Angell hall. cheerful variety,, would do much to
noon for the last time during this dispel the gloom which the quarantine
semester. Gymnasium classes will be held; has brought to the children's wards
today as usual. in the hospitals. In, order to have
The meeting of the Michigan Dames music in a hospital ward both a vic-
which was to have been held at Lane Posture examinations will be held trola and records are necessary. The
hall tonight has been postponed. from Wednesday, Feb. 2, to Friday, victrolas are already there, but the
;___Feb. 4.vcrlsaearaytee u h
records are numbered among the
An important meeting of Athena All social service workers of the missing.
Literary society wilHomoeopathic hospita are requested Obviously there must be a number
o'clock tonight in the Alpha Nu room. to report at Newberry hal at theirof out-of-date records lying unused in
Election of officers for the new semes-ru the music cabinets of Ann Arbor,
ter will be held at this time. regular hours. which, "stale" though they are, would
yet prove pleasing to a rather unex-
Regular rehearsal of the University Local Standard 0il Agent Leaves acting audience. The social service
Girls' Glee club will be held at 4:30 George F. Phillips, local agent of the headquarters at Newberry hall stands
o'clock this afternoon. Standard Oil company, has been made ready to take any such records, and
assistant manager of the Peoria di- see that they are delivered to the
There will be a meeting of the Girls' vision, with headquarters at Peoria, wards, where they will be appreciated
Educational club at 8 o'clock Wed- Ill. Mr. Phillips has been here for just as much as if they were brand
nesday night at the Delta Delta Delta three years. new.

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ident, Samuel R. Rosenthal, '21; vice-
president, Sayde G. Strauss, '22; sec-
retary, Louis Gottlieb, '22; treasurer,
Maurice P. Meyers, '23; board of di-
rectors, Harold Herman, '21, Morton
H. Steinberg, '23, Leah I. Levin, '24;
Menorah delegate, Simon Shetzer, '21.
Prof. White Explains Bulletin Notice
According to Prof. E.. A. White the
notice in The Daily Official Bulletin,
in Sunday's issue, requesting all jun-
ior chemical engineers to report to
Prof. E. A. White, in room 306, Chem-
istry building, Jan. 31. or Feb. 1, ap-
plies only to men who are juniors this
semester and not to those who will
become juniors next semester.
Miss Pansy Johnson, Contralto
teacher of singing. 904 South Sate
St. Phone 269-R.-Adv.
Patronize Daily advertisers.--Adv

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LASOT TIMES

11-103 So. Main St.

330 So. State St., (Nickels Arcade)

TODAY

Member of the Federal Reserve System.

SEE THE DEATH BAT-

steak Supper
WE WILL FEATURE ONE OF OUR
FAMOUS STEAK SUPPERS
WEDNESDAY EVENING FROM 5 TO 8

Tomorrow - Thursday - Friday
and Saturday

TLE IN
WHERE

THE FOREST
ONLY YOUR

ECHO RESPONDS TO A

WANTED

2000 OF THE PRETTIEST GIRLS
IN ANN ARBOR TO ATTEND

CALL FOR HELP!

WE HAVE FEATURED THESE

STEAK

SUPPERS

BEFORE,

AND

The Opening of THE CHARM SCHOOL
He thought he knew all about
women. Till an aunt willed
him a girls school! Fifty dain-
ty, dimpled darlings who
thought he was "just grand." :
So he swept Aside the old<r
methods and became Professor
of Charm. The rest is all you -
couldever imagine. ....

HAVE BEEN ASKED BY THE STU-

DENTS TO REPEAT.

CHINESE

GARDENS

MAIN.STREET

The famous
success in a
laughter.

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,RICAN MANAGEMENT

C. MERRIFIELD

Vew York stage
hirl of love and .
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THIS
OLUMN
MOSES
3 P.M.

COLUMN
CLOSES
ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

LOST AND FOUND
T-Tuesday evening between Lib-
ry and 826 Tappan, silver Alpha
ii pledge pin. Reward if return-
to above address. Phone 114.
87-3
T-Saturday evening between 209
. State St. and the Armory, Sigma
tppa Delta pin. Initials C. K. C.
back. Reward if returned to
ove address. Phone 2488-J. 89-3
T-Reward for return of a brown
ercoat taken from Chemistry
ilding Thursday. Charles Cog-
all, 311 Thompson. 1198-J. 88-2
T-Small leather note-book with
me on cover. Keep the book if you
ed it but please mail me the rec-
ds inside. J. A. Bacon. 2726-R. 89
T-Imitation leather pocket book,
ntaining valuable cards. Finder
ease call 753. 89-2
ND-Package gentleman's laund-
marked "C. A." Inquire at
dgs. and Grounds Dept., Univer-
y. 89
FOR RENT
RENT-Housekeeping apart
nts and double rooms-furnish-
or unfurnished. Same with hot
d cold running water. Near down
wn and campus.- $18 and up. 203
uth Thayer St.. 89-3
RENT-One room with private
nily. r604dMary Court near State
d Packard. 88-2
WANTED
[TED-Young man who is an ex-
rienced typewriter operator,
eshman or Sophomore preferred.
ady work. Give full particulars
arding hours available. Address:
PI9T. Care Michigan Daily. 88-3.

FOR RENT
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
Klee. 88-4
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

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4 }WAS
GONE:
His wife! The
mother of his boy!
The woman whose
love was the first fine
thing his outlaw's
heart had known!
For her he had gone
straight, and now-
see

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FOR RENT-Pleasant room for
gentlemen or man and wife. In+
walking distance of campus.
E. Universtiy. Phone 2579=R.

two
easy
1105
89-3

WILLIAM S.
HART
'heTest ing
Bllock"

FOR RENT--A front suite for two
men. Half block from campus.
Price $10.00 a week. Phone 1496.
89-3
FOR RENT--A suite of rooms suitable
for man and wife or two students,
third year or better. 811 E. Huron
St. 88-2
FOR RENT-Large warm front suite
for man and wife or ladies. Near
campus. 1724-J. 89-3
FOR RENT-Pleasant front suite and
porch. For next semester. 429 So.
Division. 89-3
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Woodstock typewriter in
first class condition, $35. Call Pen-
noyer at 1526-R between 5:30 and
6:00. 89-3j
MISCELLANEOUS
MILL TRADE one new set Nelson's
Loose-leaf Encyclopedia. (Twelve
volumes) for an Underwood type-
writer. Henry D. Goff, 425 Church
St. 88-2
STUDENTS wanting employment and
a steady 'income, with a chance tol
build up a permanent business,
should call at 310 State St., third
floor. National Casualty Co. 131
AGENTS - I have Oil Leases upon
lands close to drilling wells. I will
sell part cheap, can use several
agents. Samuel H. Smith, 1438-W.
89-2

Jesse L.Laskty presents
T 1Y e CharmSchiool
a P9aramoiVnl riclur

AND

EDGAR'S SUNDAY

COURTSHIP

THE RACE OF THE AGE

MAN O' WAR vs SIR BARTON
UNITED STATES VS. ENGLAND

In addition to our regular pro-
gram we have arranged by
special permission for the show-
ing of one of the history-mak-
ing events in the sporting
world. During the showing
of this picture patrons will not
be seated. - This will eliminate
the danger of missing a single

ED-Essays,
. Al work.
inside. J. A.

notebooks, etc.,
Call 962-M. 89-3
Bocan. 2726-R. 89

14 Cameras caught every movement of the GREATEST HORSE RACE
IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD
THE HORSES RUN RIGHT BEFORE YOU EVERY STEP OF THE ENTIRE RACE,
INCLUDING THE GREAT SLOW MOTION

- Upperclassman to share
uite. Steam heat. Phonej
89-3

movement.

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