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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY,

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Mrs.T. L. Stoddard
Hair Shop
Rainwater Shampoos
Marinello and E. Burnham's
Cosmetics

J. L. CHAPMAN
JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST
The Store of Reliability & Satisfaction
113 South Main Street
ANN ARBOR, - - MICHIGAN
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 SU EY
35 CENTS
CHINESE and AMERICAN Style
Short Orders
Qi.ang Tung La
615 Iberty St E.

Jlusic And Refreshments While
Foreign Women Learn Our Ways

Manicuring

Marcelling

(B. H.) I1Home-Makers."
Does everyone stop to consider communities in
what the life of an immigrant must have adopted the
be when he comes to America, unable organized other
to speak or understand the English same name and
language? Has everybody wondered pose.
how the newcomer learns the Amer- Every Wednes
ican ways and adapts himself to the tween 3:30 andk
new conditions and circumstances foreign women i
around him? No, everyone hasn't school building.
thought of these things, but a group a sewing class,I
of Ann Arbor women did, and as a. covered that the
result, in December, 1919, an organ- learn to sew, bu
ization sprang up, a society founded of American cus

Since then other
Michigan and Ohio
same plans and have
societies under the
for the same pur-
day afternoon be-
5 o'clock a class for
s held in the Perry
At first it was only
but it was soon dis-
women came, not to
t to learn something
toms and to pick up

Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or smail.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital -and Surplus, $625,000.00
Resources .........$5,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.

SUGARBOWL
HOME MADE CANDY
ABSOLUTELY CLEAN
BEST LINE IN THE CITY
EVERYTHING
MADE IN ANN "BBB
LIGHT LUNCHES
ANN ARBOR
SUGAR BOWL

Wigs for Rent

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707. N. Univ. Phone 2652

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Reg. O.D. Army Wool Shirt now only $4,38
SHOES (Barracks and Dress). Leather Put-
tees and Wrapped Leggings. O. D. Wool
Laced Breeches and Full Length Trousers.
Barrack Bags, suitable for laundry bags.
Wool Army Blankets, Leather Jerkins, Gloves, Toques, Navy Wool Under
wear, Mess Cans, Canteens, Canned Goods etc. on Sale at
ARMY SURPLUS STOflE - 213 N. FOURTH AYE.

THE TURKISH
CIGARETTE

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for the sole purpose of assisting the scattered bits of the English lan-
foreign women of this city. This or- guage. This discovery caused a re-
ganization was named "The American vision in the plans of the club.A new
line of wvork was undertaken, each
foreign woman (and there are now
more than 40 enrolled of all conceiv-
o 1 n1 able nationalities), was assigned to
some member of the club, who teaches
her to speak, read, and write English.
The different needs of each individual
Chaperones for the week end dances are met and the proper kind of train-
are as follows: Armory, Friday-Miss ing is given to her. After a serious
Martha Hills; Saturday-Mrs. Yates igi ie ohr fe eiu
struggle with lessons, refreshments
Adams; UnionF - rH. areserved and a musical program is
Berger; Saturday-Mrs. Walter Sher-j given.
man. The mothers do not worry about
their children while they attend
If it is necessary to make any classes, for they bring them along,
changes in gymnasium classes for the all of them, and leave them with the
new semester, these changes should ladies upstairs in the Ferry school.
be reported at the gymnasium office in The tiny babies are cared for in one
Barbour gymnasium by Wednesday, room while the older youngsters play
Feb. 23. in the room across the hall.
One of the most alluring features of
Tickets for the Detroit alumnae the whole plan is the part that the
luncheon to be given Feb. 12, may be Rotary club of Ann Arbor plays.
secured from Marguerite Clark, '21, or Every woman is called for at her
from presidents of the dormitories home, and at 5 o'clock, when the
meeting is over, she is taken safely
Gymnasium classes will begin on back. Many women's clubs, the D. A.
Monday, Feb. 21, for the new semest- R., the Woman's Relief corps, and the
aid societies of the various churches
er.
are all assisting in the movement. The
whole organization is based on volun-

New Spring Woolens
are now on display. at the
new low prices
All our regular staple stock has been
reduced to the present low prices.
Don't wait until you want to step into
a suit to place your order. It takes time
to do good tailoring.
"Some sap" prices will be higher in April.
J. KARL MALCOLM
LIBERTY STREET AT MAYNARD

Mrs. Fox was bragging one day
about the large number of her
cubs.
"How many cubs do you bring
into the world t oe time she
"Only ONE,"replied the Lioness
-"but it's a LION I"
MURADS COST 20 CENTS
FOR A BOX OF 10
BUTTHEY'RE MURADS
MURADS would be lower
priced if we left out all or part of
the 100% Turkish tobaccos of the
purest and best varieties grown-
or if we substituted inferior grades
of Turkish tobacco.
But they wouldn't be MURADS
--they'd only be Foxes I
"Judge for Yourself-!"
We call special nttention
to Murad 20s in Tin Boxes
Makrs of ho ' tg.YuGiG, 'Trkish
and E& phan t gar fes in the WordS

Behold!

. How Large a Fire
the small match kindleth-Yea,
an exceeding great- fire--and
know, oh man, that even the
humble waste paper basket be-
neath your table costs more,
yea much more than $100
worth of FIRE INSUR-
ANCE; and that after the fire
that $100 does comfort with
an exceeding great comfort.
BUTLER
INSURANCE
Phone 401 M
.209 NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
Are you going to have a party? Let
Teet's Dining Rooms serve the dinner.
-Adv.

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Learn Shorthand and Typewriting
next semester. Hamilton Business1
College. State and William Sts.-Adv.

Elective work in gymnasium for the
new semester will be held at the same
hours and will begin on Monday,!
Feb. 21.
Headquarterstfor the social service
department of. the Homoeopathic hos-
pital will be at Newberry hall while
the hospital is under quarantine. Mag-
azines, paper dolls, or victrola rec-
ords to be donated for use among theI
patients may be left there. Informa-1
tion concerning service work at the
Homoeopathic hospital may be had by
calling 937-W.
Member of Hospital Staff !n New York
Miss Rena S. Eckman, household di-1
rector of the University hospital, is
spending a few days in New York!
where she is attending the executive
session of the American Dietetic as-
sociation. Miss Eckman is vice-presi-
dent of the association.
Sunday night specials. Both Amer-
ican and Chinese, for your entertain-
ment. Chinese Gardens.-Adv.
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best ofl
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.
DRESS WELL AND
SAVE MONEY
Nobody likes to look "econom-
ical"-
BUT everybody likes to save
money
Do this by having your clothes
MADE TO YOUR MEASURE
You spend less because you buy
less often-
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
$35.00 AND UP
Albert Gansic, Tailor
113 South Main Street
Second Floor

THIS TIIS
0 LUMN COLUMN
:YSESc.A S SIIE CLOSES
AT PM. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

tary assistance, and it is financed by
contributions of the different organi-
zations and those of individual mem-
bers.

SCollege

exchanges

Nevada-Twenty-four states, ole ter-
ritory and five foreign countries make
up the 453 who registered so far this
semester. A little over half are from
Nevada while a large number of the
remainder are from California.
Vermont-Following the similar plan
adopted throughout the country by
other schools, Vermont will soon obtain
news from other colleges by wireless.
At present messages are exchanged
regularly with Dartmouth, Cornell,
Princeton and Kansas. It is planned
to increase both the receiving and the
sending ranges of the plant.
Illinois-The students who register-
ed in the new course in aviation of-
fered at the University of Illinoi.
were compelled to first gain the c n-
sent of their parents. The univerity
has taken such action to safeguard!'it-
self against complications in cas of
accidents.
Wisconsin- Church affiliation was
declared by 2,313 of the 2,797 new stu-
dents who entered the University of
Wisconsin this fall, and most of them
are church members.
Craftsmen's Club Dance at Barbour
Gym, Monday, Feb. 21, 9 to 1." Spec-
ial music by Rhodes Orchestra. All
Masons invited. Tickets at Treasurer
Campbell's office.-Adv.
Have you tried those wonder1 Sun-
day Chicken Dinners at Teet s Din-
ing Rooms.-Adv.
Learn Shorthand and Typewriting
next semester. Hamilton Business
College. State and William Sts.-Adv.

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-One two room suite, one
double room, one single room. At
908 Monroe, one block from campus.
House is owned and run by a stu-
dent. 492-3
FOR RENT-Double room for next
semester. Price reasonable. 1012
E. University. Phone 1130. 92-3
FOR RENT-Fine suite, quiet house.
$6 for two or $4 for one; underpric-
ed. 908 Mary. Phone 2480-J. 93
FOR RENT-Large front Suite. Run-
ning water. One block from cam-
pus. Single room. 802 Monroe. 93,
FOR RENT-Large, newly decorated
front room, on first floor. 923 Green-
wood Ave. 92-3
FOR RENT-Two large single rooms.
Steam heat. 430 So. 5th Ave. Phone
1100-W. 93-2
FOR RENT-Small furnished apart-
ment. Address Box M. P., care of
Daily. 93-2
FOR RENT-Excellent suite. High-
ly desirable location. Call 544-W.
93-3
FOR RENT-Front suite. 924 Oak-
land. 92-3
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Light tan muffler in Econom-
ics Bldg., at 9:00 A. M. Thursday.
Kindly return to Wendell Herrick,1
526 Church St. Reward. 92-2
LOST-Three $20.00 bills; sum fort
tuition for second semester. Rewardk
if returned to Daily office. 93-2
LOST-Package of photographs. Re-
turn to 1345 Geddes, 1420-J. Reward.
92-2
LOST-Phi Sigma Delta fraternity
pin. Call 1589-W. Reward. 93-2
LOST-Alpha Phi pin. Finder please
call 368. 93-2

WANTED

WANTED-Room for use as exclusive
art shop. Near campus,-on or near
State St, preferred. Phone 1438-W
or call at Wisteria Shop, No. 10
Nickel's Arcade. 92-3
WANTED-Girl to share suite with
two beginning second semester. $4
per week. Opposite campus. Box
J. J., Daily. 92-3;
WANTED-Roommate to share nice
front room on second floor with
Soph. Engineer. 923 Greenwood. 92-3
WANTED-Six men students to board
at private home second semester.
Inquire 206 14th St. 91-3
WANTED-Essays, notebooks, etc.,
to type. Call 962-M. 90-4
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Set of drawing instru-
ments, American Vignola, I and II,
Reed and Guthe's College Physics.
Phone 2019, or inquire 333 E. Huron
St. 93
FOR SALE-Highest grade oak din-
ing room set, also mahogany china
cabinet; telephone 1558-J. 91-3
FOR SALE-Drawing outfit, complete
with instruments. Pratt, 517 S. Div-
ision or phone 2726-W. 93-2
FOR SALE- One $40 Pathe, almost
new, and ten records for $35.00 cash.
Call 2703. 93-2
MISCELLANEOUS-
REWARD-Twenty-five dollars cash
reward will be paid for arrest and
conviction of the person or persons
who took from the hallway of the
Law "Building, my green bag con-
taining case books on criminal law,
Sunderland on Pleading, and God-
dard on Agency. F. D. Leonard.
Phone 136-J. 92-3

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Announcement to the
Student Jiody:

GENFRAL

CATERING

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We are prepared to take care of
Special and Private Parties.
Wedding Parties and Ban uets
served on short notice.
Phone in for arrangements.
Phone 166.
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218 South Main Street

L~OCKSMITH. All kinds door and
trunkMkeys. Repairing locks and
fitting keys a specialty. Phone 2498.
Dell Keeler. 92-12

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