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712 ARBOR STREET
Near State ad Packard
JI L. CHAPMAN
JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST
The Store of Reliability & Satisfaction
113 South Main
ANN ARBOR, - -
There will be a Senior society meet-
ing tomorrow night at 7:15 o'clock inI
Martha Cook building.
All entering students should make
arrangements at Barbour gymnasium
for medical examinations.
to attend a banquet which will be 1iiIIIIUIUI11iI1illilillIIIllIiIlllil
given by the circle at 6:30 o'clock Sat-
urday night at the Chamber of Corn- =_'
merce. The "Y" Inn I
The girls will be entertained over -
night and Sunday noon willtlunch aT LHall
with Miss Florence Simms, the na- 1 at Lan j~l
tional industrial secretary of the Y.
W. C. A. Miss Simms will be one of
the speakers at the banquet and also Rates Reduced
at the luncheon.=
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17 Nickels Arcade
Dancing classes will be discontinued
until further notice.
Necessary changes in gymnasium
schedules should be reported by Fri-
day noon at Barbour gymnasium.
There will be a Women's leaguel
party at 4 o'clock Friday afternoon inI
HEAR ADDRESSES TONIGHT
Girl Reserve club leaders will meet
at 6 o'clock tonight at the city Y. W.
C. A. Supper will be served and will
be followed by several talks. Miss Car-
fne L. Dicken, principal of the Perry
school, will bring suggestions for club
I work from the viewpoint of a teach-
er. Mrs. J. M. Wells will speak on
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Barbour gymnasium, the work of the clubs from a mother's
standpoint. Mrs. T. E. Rankin will
All freshmen and sophomores who speak on "Individual Membership in
are not taking regular gymnasium the National Y W. C. A."
work -should see Dr. Eloise Walker
and report at Barbour gymnasium by
Extra basketball practice will be
held for any girls who wish to report
at 5 o'clock this afternoon.
A sophomore song parody is needed
for the cotillion. Songs should be giv-
en to Elsa Oiesen, 1414 Wastenaw ave-
nue, before Monday.
A Nice Cozy Place Where
You Enjoy Your Neal
One half block South
Tailored by the
All Sizes In Stock
E. & W. Tuxedo Shirts
F. W. GROSS
209 SOUTH MAIN
The Girls' Mandolin club will meet;
at 7 o'clock this evening instead of
7:15 o'clock, in order to allow the!
members to attend the lecture in Hill
MURADS COST 20 CENTS for a BOX
of 10-BUT THEY'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
"Judge for Yourself-!"
Special attention is called
to Murad ZOs in Tin Boxes
AT 3 .li. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.
FOR RENT-For one or two *tudents,
large corner room.' One bloc1K north'
of campus. South and west expos-,
ure. Light housekeeping if desired.
,Phone 1317-R. 13
FOR RENT-Large, attractive, warm,
well-furnished suite for two. Very
reasonable price. Block and a half
from campus. 725 Haven. Phone
FOR RENT - Furnished apartment.
Two room or four rooms. Every-
thing supplied. Near campus. Call
mornings. 1207 Willard St. 96-3
FOR RENT-Suite and single room
furnished or unfurnished. Clean and
quiet. 437 Maynard St. 95-2
FOR RENT-One large suite of rooms
for two students. All conveniences.
$6.00. Call -2004-M. 95-2
FOR RENT-Suite and single room for
ladies. One block north of campus.
FOR RENT-Light housekeeping. Two
rooms and kitchennette. 110 N. In-
FOR RENT- Two extra good suites'
with running water. Call 907-R or
616 Church St. 96-3
FOR RENT-Cozy, comfortable suite
on second floor. One block north of
campus. Phone 1407-W. 96-3
FOR RENT - Suite of rooms, well
heated and lighted. 1335 Geddes
FOR RENT-Pleasant front rooms at
948 Greenwood Ave. 95-2
FOR RENT-Room for one or two lady
students. 114 N. Division. 96-1
LOST AND FOUND
LOST - Gold Eversharp on M. C.
tracks. Initials R. R. L. Call 384-M.
]COST-Black leather notebook, 4x7
inches. Probably left in Union.
Name on cover. Call 2309-W. John
John D. Peterson. Reward. 96-2
STUDENT ELKS! Fischer's Kalama-
zoo Exposition Orchestra at Armory
Thursday night, Feb. 24. For Elks
WILL THE person with whom I ex-
changed one of my galoshes at the
Alpha Kappa party, Monday, Feb.
21, kindly phone 2704-M? 96-1
FRENCH AND SPANISH tutor. Un-
iversity graduate and three years
study abroad. Inquire 203 S. Thay-
er St. 13
SERVICES of a high-grade cook avail-
able for catering in your own home.
Dinner parties a specialty. Phone
GOOD BOARD-$6 a week for three
meals. $5 a week for two meals.
Mrs. F. M. Cilley, 314 E. William.
Phone 2121-M. 96-3
LOCKSMITH - All kinds, door and
trunk keys. Repairing locks a spec-
ialty. Phone 2498. Dell Keeler. 92-12
BOARD THAT satisfies. "Good eats"
a specialty at "Ma" Failings. 714
Monroe. Just $7.00 per week. 95-3
WIL PERSON taking wrong galoshes
at Armory Jan. 7, call 885-W. 95-1
FOR SALE - Chiffoniers with bevel
plate mirror and five large drawers,
golden oak finish. $20.00 each. These
are new designs just from the fac-
tory. The St. Clair Shop, 309-311
No. Fourth Ave. Phone 454. 96-3
FOR SALE - C-melody saxophone-
"Conn." Price reasonable. Phone
FOR SALE - Airedale dogs. Thor-
oughbreds. Fred Klinesmith. Sal-
ine. Phone Saline 197-R22. 95-3
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-A gold fountain pen in Ann Ar-
bor Savings Bank or between State
and Main Sts., during exam week.
Finder please call Youngjohn at 1855
and receive reward. 95-2
Women To Give
News will out, and the cat is out}
of the bag at last! The event whichl
the social committee of the Women's
league is arranging for 4 o'clock Fri-
day afternoon, in Barbour gymna-
sium, is a fashion show of such com-
pleteness that it will prove to all be-
holders that Michigan women are not
behind the times in any way.
All types of new spring costumes
will be exhibited, and the display bids
fair to equal the Palm Beach fashion
parade which is at present in full
swing. Frocks, coats, and dresses for
all occasions will be shown upon liv-
In spite of the new and unusual na-
ture of the entertainment, the Wom-
en's league will follow its time-hon-
ored custom of serving tea, and there
will be dancing in the gymnasium,
following the exhibition.
UNIVERSITY WOMEN TO VISIT
DETROIT INDUSTRIAL WORKERS
Twenty-five University women, 20
students and 5 faculty women have
been invited by the cabinet of the
Grace Whitney Hoff circle of Detroit
WANTED-Agents ev.erywhere to sell
Choc-Lo. A new and delightful food
product from house to house also to
retail trade. We have special con-
tainers for hotels, restaurants and
boarding houses. Write for our lib-
eral agency proposition and free full
size package. Addresss Choc-Lo
Food Company, 316 Eason St., High-
land Park, Mich.. 96-4
WANTED - Students desiring good
paying positions for summer vaca-
tion will find a chance to make. big
money by calling at 310 S. State St.
3rd floor. A few permanent agen-
cies already built up will be open in
June for seniors who can qualify.
Farm and Collegiate Dep't., Nation-
al Casualty Co. Phone 310-M. 95-10
WANTED-Men students. Fewplaces
left at514 E. Jefferson. Price rea-
sonable and you get home cooked
WANTED-Good Drawing Set, K. & E.
instruments. Give description and
rice. Address Box X. X., Daily.
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STUDENT wants to work for room.
Prefer to care for furnace. Address
Box L. L.. Daily. 96-3
WANTED-Data, problems and lab.
work in E. E. 3. If interested, ans-
wer, care Box X. Y. Z., Daily.
WANTED-University student to do
sweeping for four hours per week..
Address Box L. 0., Daily. 95-2
WANTED-Roommate to share desir-
able suite near campus. Call 1568-M
or 527 E. Liberty. . 96-1
Ct4t1( gge on request
A. G SPALPING & EROS,
211 S. State St., Uhicago, II.
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A PARAMOUNT PICTURE
GEORGE MELFORD'S PRODUCTION
The famous story sprung from the heart of the Carolina mountains. Seething
with feud and fighting. Tender with home and love. Played with a brilliant
cast including Monte Blue, Mabel Julienne Scott and Clarence Burton.
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A FILM THAT EVERY MICHIGAN MAN SHOULD SEE!!!
Football at Philadelphia in 1915
with every play clearly
shown. Johnny Maulbetsch s great ability is shown
in nearly every play
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ENDORSEMENTS AS BELOW
This picture is remarkable for its clearness, different
pictures of athletic games in that the plays and players
H. A. TILLOTSON,
Assistant Athletic Director.
This picture should be of interest to every football fan. Besides
giving an historical account of the game with Pennsylvania, it shows
very clearly the type of plays used at that time.
LeGRAND A. GAINES,
President Students' Council.
A clear action picture of a football game, which also features the
other things that make up a football game, such as the crowds, the
bands, the coaches, etc. Of special interest to Michigan men.
1. D. MITCHELL,
Director of Intramural Athletics.
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