THE MICHIGAN DAILYPA
Special Prices on Complete Team Uniforms
GEO. J. MOE
711 N. Univ. Ave.
Next to Arcade Theatre
SWIMMERS TO ENGAGE
TWO DETROIT TEAMS
I). A. C. AND JUNIOR COLLEGE
SQUADS TO FURNISH
Before the next issue of The Daily
puts in an appearance Michigan
swimmers will have engaged in two
dual meets, one with the Detroit Ath-
letic club on the evening of Friday,
Feb. 18, at the D. A. C. pool, and the
second with the Detroit Junior college
furnishing the opposition in the pool
of the Detroit Y. M. C. A. on Satur-
day, Feb. 19.
A victory over the fast D. A. C.
team is not expected by Coach Dru-'
lard, for the Detroit aggregation is
made up of swimmers of national
fame, men who have won honors at
the country's greatest aquatic events.
Last year, in the first dual meet in
which Michigan ever participate& she
D. A. C. defeated the Wolverines by
the overwhelming score of 40 to 10.
Expects Close Score
This year Coach Matt Mann expects
no such decided victory over the tank
men of the Maize and Blue, for Mich-
igan swimmers have had the oppor-
tunity of- displaying their ability be-
fore him more than once during the
present season and his respect for
them runs high. Coach Drulard will
be more than satisfied if the Beavers~
are held to a close count, a victory
seeming all but out of the question.
D. J. C. Team Has Dave Nixon
The team representing the Detroit
Junior college is built around one
man, Dave Nixon, brother of Don
Nixon, captain of the Wolverine fresh-
man team. Dave is a man who has
time and again proven his ability to
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Capital and Surplus, $625,5000.00
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plus C, rr4nirttl Quatitij
121 E. Washington St.
G. C. MAEDEL, Prop.
The Best Hair Net that
We have found is the
New blouses for spring are arriving daily and are dainty
enough for anyone. Starting with plain tailored blouses, with
collars and cuffs of colored linen, and including beautiful
handmade blouses, embroidered, hemstitched and trimmed
with lace, these blouses are ready for any occasion.
W e carry these in all
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How many do you want?
324 SOUTH STATE ST.
EAST and SOUTH UNIVERSITY AVE.'
FOR RENT-Unusually large, attrac-
tive suite for two or three men, also
fine large suite on first floor, furn-
ished or unfurnished, suitable for
women or married couple, no house-
keeping convenience, but bath on the
same floor. 725 Haven. Phone 2574.
FOR RENT-Two room suite on cam-
pus, to quiet students. Large,'light,
clean, warm, orderly. $10 a week
for two young men. Address Box
M. H. F., Daily. 93-1
FOR RENT-One two room suite, one
double room, one single room. At
908 Monroe, o..i block from campus.
House is owned and run by a stu-
FOR RENT--A pleasant single room in
a quiet home located between cam-
pus and U. of M. hospitdl. Medic
preferred. Inquire at 107 lt4hSt.
Phone 1746-J. 93-1
FOR RENT-Study room and sleeping
porch, private family . Apply Sun-
day*after two o'clock. 1111 Pock-
ard St. 93-11
FOR RENT-Double room for next
semester. Price reasonable, 1012
E. University. Phone 1130. 92-3
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
FOR RENT-Small furnishedapart-I
ment. Address Box M. P., care of
And the prices, too, are right.
checks of white and blue, pink and white and green and white.
Others have collars, cuffs
vests of the colored linen.
Many are all white, with the exception of pipings of color around
pointed neck. The handmade blouses are either severely plain with hemstitching as the or
trimming, others embroidered and trimmed with lace. Whatever kind of a blouse you m
choose, we are sure you will be pleased:
The tailored waists are
711 PACKARD ST.
marked as low as $2.25 and the handmade blouses as low
as $3.5Q. Let us visualize a few of them. The cotton tailor-
ed blouses are made in trim, severe style, some with collars
and cuffs of blue, pink, rose, green and tan, or plaids and
T~llS fl THIS
COLUMN ASSIFIE COLUMN
T3:M. 1 C ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.
After you have bought a dainty new blous(
you will probably want a new skirt to go with it
And our new skirts are just the ones you wil
want. They are all new and up to the minute it
style, color and material. Nearly all are plaids
although a few plain blue serges are included
The colors are pretty and new and include tal
andI navy, gray and black, black and white an(
pink and brown. The prices, too, make them it
resistible. Skirts as low as $12.50 are here, o
higher priced if you wish.
0 (Second Floor)
LOST AND FOUND'
LOST-Leather note book in Union,
Saturday, Jan. 29. If finder will re-
turn the notes to Daily office no,
questions will betasked. 93-1
LOST-Small patent leather pocket
book. Mason hall, Library or on
Huron and State Sts. Will finder
please call 87-F2. 93-1
LOST-Sterling silver Perfect Point
Pencil. From Tappan to school or
E. U. or Oakland Ave. Return to
726 Arbor St. 93-1
LOST-Wallet containing large sum of
money and lich. Union card with
name M. Ripps. Reward if returned
to 210 N. State. 93-1
LOST-Friday noon between campus
and Sororis house, Conklin fountain
pen. Finder please call 512. 93-1
LOST-Friday night, Corduroy coat,
leather lined, fur collar. Please call
Brossy. 371. 93-1
LOST-Three $20.00 bills; sum for
tuition for second semester. Reward
if returned to Daily office. 93-2
LOST-Conklin fountain pen. Finder
call 883-W. Reward. 93-1
LOST-Pen part of Parker fountain
pen. Call 339-M. 93-1
LOST-Phi Sigma Delta fraternity
pin. Call 1589-W. Reward. 93-2
LOST-Alpha Phi pin. Finder please
call 368. 93-2
FOR SALE-Drawing outfit, complete
with instruments. Pratt, 517 S. Div-
ision or phone 2726-W. 93-2
FOR SALE-Airedale dogs. Thorough-
breds. Fred Klinesmith. Saline.
Phone Saline R-22: 93-1
FOR SALE-Cheap. Brand n6w*Orph-
eum Tenor Banjo and case. Wag-
goner, 785. 93-2
FOR SALE- One $40 Pathe, almost
new, and ten records for $35.00 cash.
r- i 9702 - , 93-2
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
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
LOCKSMITH. All kinds, door and
trunk keys. Repairing locks and
fitting keys a specialty. Phone 2498.
Dell Keeler. 92-12
FOR RENT-Front suite.
"MEMORY and Concentration" at the
stores 60,c. Will aid you to study
and remember. Take a copy home
during vacation. 93
BOARD REDUCTION-Beginning Feb.
8, three meals, $6.50; two meals,
-$5.50. 539 Forest Ave. .93-1
WILL PERSON taking wrong Galoshes
at Armory Jan. 7, call 883-W. 93-1
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 -A single room near Eng-
ineering Bldg. Must be reasonable.
Box E. J., Daily. 93
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Early Spring Models
The Shoes with
Quality and Style
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Best Grade of Shell Cordovan and Heavy Norwegian Calf
Prices the Lowest, Quality the Best, Latest in Styles
FRED H. RICE & SON
335 So. Main St.
ly desirable location.
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We are out of the High Rent District