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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THE ICHIAN DILYWEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2,

............... .

Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday of! FORMER STUDENT SPEARS

AWomen

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this week at Barbour gymnasium.
Junior girls that tried out for the
class play will meet with the cast at
4 o'clock Thursday in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall. Those not attending will
forfeit any chance of a part in the
play.

AT MARTHA COOK BUILDING
Charles Hurrey, '00, general secre-
tary of the committee on friendly re-
lations among foreign students, and

SMALL ENROLLMENT OF WOMEN
IS EXPECTED NEXT SEMESTER
Forty women have applied for en-
trance to the University for next ae-
datrnrrinrt infnrmation from

and have been'sent to the printers.

Read The Daily for Campus News.

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cast was present also, and some of the Let a classified ad find that lost ar-
lyrics were read! and sung. Both ticle.-Adv.
music and lyrics are complete now,

re will be a meeting of the
tional club at 8 o'clock
r night at the Delta Delta

Girls'
Wed-
Delta

social service workers of the Burton's Illness Cancels Deans' Meet

eopathic hospital
port at Newberry
ar hours.

are requested
hall at their

held

Because of the illness of President
Marion L. Burton the meeting of the
deans has been cancelled for this
week. President Burton is still un-
able to be in his office.

Miss Eva Lemert, secretary of the mesIeri acoru~Lu111 a4 41LojrW(ci.ASJJL
Wmes EStuLenthrscrtaryassocia- the office of the dean of women. The
Women's Student Christiansoa addition to the enrollment of women
tion, were dinner guests Monday be slight, however, because there
evening at Martha Cook building. v be number of
Mr. Hurrey gave a five minute talk About 1,600 women students are now
in which he stressed the opportunity hUniversity.
for university women to take part in in the
the construction as well as the re-
construction work of the world. Choruses Chosen for J-(iris' Play
Choruses for the Junior Girls' play
Use Classified advertising and sell were selected yesterdayat a meeting
your miscellaneous articles.-Adv. of all girls who had tried out. The
For

SUITS and OVERCOATS

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ALL

ire examinations will be

HATS, CAPS, GLOVES
AND ALL FURNISHINGS

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TM40 *t£ 4.9 At P(,

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TUDV LAMPS

20 Per Cent Off

and all kinds of

The Final Decision
MEN and WOMEN

ELIECTRIC SUPPLIES

go to

Wadhams & Co.
Two COMPLETE STORES

AU $16.00 Shoes
Al 15.00 Shoes
All 14.00 Shoes
All 13.00 Shoes
All 12.00 Shoes
Go at $9.85

WASHTENAW ELECTRIC SHOP

STATE STREET

MAIN STREET

PHONE 273

-200 WASHINGTON ST.

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TODAY

- TOMORROW

Startiug Today we "Rip the Cover
Right Off"--
CORDOVANS and EVERYTHING

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

Trcede
NOTICE!I

Walk-Over Boot Shop

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115 South Main Street

Jesse L.Lasky presetse
The Chaim School
By Alice Duer Miller - Scenario by Tom Geraghty- Directed by James Cruze

IN ADDITION
TO OUR

I1 r

REGULAR PROGRAMME

LOSES
3 P.M.

LAS fl ETHIS
COLUMN
CLOSES
ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

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WANTED
ED-Young man who is an ex-
nced typewriter operator,
bnan ort'Sophomore preferred.
dy work. Give full particulars
rding hours available. Address:
[ST. Care Michigan Daily. 88-3
ED-200 caps to clean and
We make them -look like
for very little money. Stu-
Pressing Shop. Cor. North
id Thayer. In the basement. 90-2
ED-Large warm, quiet room
uite for two students at Uni-
ty. IWill pay the price for pro-
>lace. Box D. G., Daily. 90-2
-n -aExperienced waiter to
in fraternity house for meals
half of first and last weeks of
s. Box L. N., Daily. 90-1
ED-A roommate of good hab-
o share suite. Call Babcock,
R, or 421 Thompson. 90-2
D- Upperclassman to share
suite. Steam heat. Phone
hif. 89-3
ED-Essays, notebooks, etc.,
pe. Call 962-M. 90-4
FOR SALE
ALE-Woodstock typewriter in
class condition, $35. Call Pen-
at 1526-R between 5:30 and
89-31
ALE - Set of instruments,
ng board, case, T-square, tri-
s, etc. Call 2114-J, Wednes-
:-30 to 6:00. 90-1
ALE-A Vega Banjorine--a $90
tment; will sell for $35. Look
er. Call Davis or Martin, 612
h St., 1070-W. 90-2'
SALE - Furniture. HighestI
oak dining room and mahog-1
uffet. Phone 1558-J. 90-3
ALE--Man's evening clothes,
6. Call at 1109 Prospect. -
e 1405-J. 90-3
FORENT
ENT-Large warm front suite
an and wife or ladies. NearI
is. 1724-J. 89-3
ENT-Pleasant front suite and
. For next semester. 429 So.
on. 89-31

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Housekeeping apart
ments and double rooms-furnish-
ed or unfurnished. Same with hot
and cold running water. Near down
town and campus. $18 and up. 203
South Thayer St. - 89-3
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished double
room. Will accommodate one or
two students. House occupied whol-
ly by male students, 1233 Washten-
aw Ave. 90-1
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 fromrcampus. Call1660-Ror
220 So. Ingalls. 86-5
FOR RENT-Pleasant room for two
gentlemen or man and -wife. In easy
walking distance of campus. 1105
E. Universtiy. Phone 2579-R. 89-3
FOR RENTa--Furnished housekeeping
apartment. Two rooms and kitch-
ette. Near campus. Quiet surround-
ings. 1207 Willard St. 90-3
FOR RENT-A front suite for two
men. Half block from campus.
Price $10.00 a week. Phone 1496.
89-3
FOR RENT-Fine suite, quiet house;
$6.00 for two, $4.00 for' one; un-1
derpriced. 908 Mary. 90-2!
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Saturday evening between 209
St. State St. and the Armory, Sigma
Kappa Delta pin. Initials C. K. C.
on back. Reward if returned to
above address. Phone 2488-J. 89-
LOST-Imitation leather pocket book,
containing valuable cards. Finder
please call 753. 89-2
MISCELLANEOUS
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
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

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See it exactly as it was run at

Windsor, Ontario.

Fourteen

cameras caught every move-
ment of the greatest horse race
in the history of the world.
While this picture is being
shown, patrons will not
be seated
THE FAMOUS
SLOW MOTION IS USED HERE

WHAT IS WOMAN'S CHIEF AIM IN LIFE? TO CHARM MEN! IN REPLY TO LOUD
hisses, we hasten to say this is only the creed of a imale who found a girl's school on his hands and
tried to put it on its feet by teaching charm to fifty charmers.

WALLY REIID MA'TINEES
2:00 and 3:30 p. m.
AFTER LUNCH NATURALLY IT'S THE ARCADE

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FOR THE BENEFIT OF OUR PATRONS
we call your attention to our recently installed ventilation sys-
tem -- We change 137,000 cubic feet of air space (the thea-
tre's capacity), every minute.

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:ating

Today

at

Coliseum

Phone 227

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