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in Woman Sails for Singapore
Fillingham, '16, sailed Thurs-
'eb. 24, for England, on her
Singapore where she has ac-
a position as associate Y. W.
ecretary. Miss Fillingham wl
ith Miss Mary Rutherford who
nt a number of years in India
.o recently took graduate work
University of Michigan. Miss
ham expects to be in Singapore

Immel to Address Lansing Audience
Prof. Ray K. Immel, of the public
speaking department, will address a,
father and son meeting this afternoon
at Lansing on the "Force of Habit."
The lecture is given under the direc-
tion of the University Extension serv-
ice.
SPECIAL 90c Chicken Dinner, Sun-
day, 12 to 2 p. i., Chinese Gardens.-
Adv.

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decide to keep it, pay us $5.00 for
it-if not, return it without further
obligation.'

Wlomen
R. B. Schoeman, '21D, will give an
illustrated lecture on South Africa,
before the Michigan Dames organiza-
tion in their meeting at 8 o'clock,
Tuesday evening, in Lane hall.
Women's dancing classes will hold
ai important meeting at 5 o'clock
Monday in Barbour gymnasium.
Dean Myra B.4 Jordan will resume
her afternoons at home for the new
semester, beginning with Tuesday,
March .
All entering students should make
arrangements at Barbour gymnasium
for medical examinations.
Dancing classes will be discontinued
until further notice.
A sophomore song parody is neet r
for the cotillion. Songs should be glv-
eht to Elsa Oiesen, 1414 Washtenaw
avenue, before Monday..
All Presbyterian\ girls are requestett
to return their election cards to New-
berry hall at once
From 2 to 5 o'clock every afternoon,
the social service office at Newberry
hall will be open in order that all
girls who desire to do social service
work in the hospitals may sign up.
Basketball practices will be held at
the -regular hours nex~ week.
Class basketball teams will be an-
nounced by Tuesday of next week if
possible.

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at 4 o'clock
gymnasium.

meeting of senior girls
Wednesday in Barbour

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ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

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WANTEDX
NTED-Agents everywhere to sell
hoc-Lo. A new and delightful food
roduct from house to house also to
etail trade. We have special con-
iiners for hotels, restaurants and'
arding houses. Write for our lib-
ral agency proposition and free full
.ze package. Address dChoc-Lo
ood Company, 316 Eason St., High-
nd Park, Mich. 96-4
NTED - Advanced Engineering
nd Commercial Art students, good
ttracing and making sketches, to
ach a process to local and out-of-
wn business men. Call Monday
nd Wednesday evenings only. Maj-
Carson, 1200Packard St. 98-3
NTED-Regular boarders at 1106i
7ashtenaw Ave. Across from Gym1
nd Dental College. Good home
>oking. Inquire at 407 E. Univer-
ty Ave. for Pates. Chicken dinner,
unday 12:30 to 1:30. Lunch, 5:30
7:00. 99-1
NTED - Summer salesman for
plendid selling propostion. You
re guaranteed $525.00 salary, and
an make three times that much.
or particulars call, Martin Larson,
9. 99-3
NTED - A stenographer, student
referred, part time at convenience.
pply in person. C. P. Wagner, 205
Wing. 99-1
NTED - Roommate in suite or
ngle rooms for rent $3.50. Phone
48-J. 99-1
NTED - Two tickets for Soph
rom. Call 357. 98-3
MISCELLANEOUS
J CAN earn two thousand dollars
ext summer. Mr. Cobb at Bay City
rned $220.50 last week. Good pos-
:ns for next summer may still be
>tained by calling on H. L. Bald-
in. Income. does not stop when
immer vacation is over, but con-'
nues the year around. 310 State
:., 3rd floor. 98-7
KE A NOTE OF THIS.
ypewriting of all kinds. First:
ass work guaranteed. Double ;
>ace, 10c per page; single space,
c per page; carbon copies, ic ex-
a, each. 0. N. Graves, 517 S. Di-
sion; H. A. Hart, 953 Greenwood.
hones 1512-J., 2726-W. . 97-6
jKSMITH - All kinds, door and
unk keys. Repairing locks a spec-
,lty. Phone 2498. Dell Keeler. 92-12'

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Large front room for
single student. Well lighted and
well I-eated. Very congenial people.
Three other fine roomers. Very
reasonable Well located. Call
2'-38-J-
FOR RENT-For one or two ftudents,
large corner room. One bloc'T north
of campus. South and west expos-
ure. Light housekeeping if desired.
Phone 1317-R. 13
FOR RENT- Very desirable suite for
girls or mother and daughter. Price
$8.00 per week. 922 S. State. Phone
1850-F2.
FOR RENT - Very desirable single
room. South of campus. Reason-
able. Only roomer. Phone 1585-W.
99-1
FOR RENT - Part of large steam
heated room. Phone 1194-M. 422 E.
Washington. 97-3
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-On State St., the Campus lead-
ing to S. Thayer, or, Oakland Ave.,
a fountain pen (without cap)--al-
most entirely covered with gold fili-
gree and bearing initials H. L. S.
Finder please return to 928 Oakland
Ave. Reward. 99-1
LOST- Black leather pocket loose-
leaf note-book. Notes very import-
ant to owner. Finder please write
or leave at Box X. H. B. Daily of-
fice or call 1739-R. 99-2
LOST-Gold fountain pen, initials W..
H. M., Jr., engraved. Please notify
W. H. M., 913 E. Huron St., Ann
Arbor, Mich. 99-1
LOST-Silver Eversharp pencil en-
graved D. W. C. Finder please call
N34-W after 6 P. M. 99-2
MISCELLANEOUS
I WILL PAY $1.00 or exchange best
Detroit Concert ticket for May Fes-
tival coupon. Will sell Detroit con-
cert ticket for $1.00. Call Lee,
976-J. 99-1
SERVICES of a high-grade cook avail-
able for catering in your own home.
Dinner parties a specialty. Phone
2705-J. 95-6
FRENCH AND SPANISH tutor. Un-
iversity graduate and three years
study abroad. Inquire 203 S. Thay-
er St. 13

All senior girls should be measured
for caps and gowns this week at
Mack's department store, in order that
they may be ordered in time for Jun-
ior Girls' play.
The board of directors of the Wom-
en's league will meet at 1 o'clock Wed-
nesday to discuss a change in life
membership fees.
League To Give
Another Cabaret
Once more is the atmosphere of
Broadway and the white lights to be
transported to Michigan. Because the
cabaret, presented by the Women's
league several months ago, was such
a complete success, a similar shoe
on a larger scale is being prepared
for the next league party, at 4 o'clock
Friday afternoon, March 4, in Barbour
gymnasium.
Tables will be arranged around the
sides of the gymnasium, and refresh-
ments served all afternoon. Between
the regular dances, singing and dan&
ing skits will be presented for the
benefit of the guests who sit about at
the tables.
Zeta Tau Alpha, Pi Beta Phi, and
Gamma Phi Beta are to give the
stunts, while Alpha Phi will supply
the brigade of neat~ white capped
waitresses who serve.
PROF. RANKIN 'ADDRESSES
WISCQNSIN WOMEN'S CLUB
Prof. T. E. Rankin, of the rhetoric
department, addressed the Wisconsin
Women's club of Milwaukee, Thursday
afternoon on the topic: "The Effect
of the War on Literature."
Professor Rankin is the first mem-
ber of the University faculty to ad-
dress this organization, which calls
men from Chicago, Wisconsin and oth-
er universities, as well as other
speakers of note in this country and
Europe.
Korean Educator to Talk at Vespers
Vesper services will be held at 4:30
o'clock Wednesday afternoon in New-
berry hall. The speaker for the meet-
ing will be Mrs. F. S. Curtis, whose
topic is "The Ci'sis in Japan."
Mrs. Curtis and her husband have
had charge of the religious work in
Korea for 30 years. Mrs. Curtis, who
is enjoying a year's furlough from her
work, is matron of ,a large girls'
school in Korea and is president of the
board of directors.
Have you tried those wonderful Sun-
day Chicken Dinners at Teet's Din-
ing Rooms.-Adv.
English Tweeds and Herrinbones
Caps. Just arrived at Davis Toggery
Shop, 119 So. Main St.-Adv.
Sunday night specials. Both Amer-
ican and Chinese, for your entertain-
ment. Chinese Gardens.-Adv.

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daring, others modishly conservative.
And with all their pleasing virtues,
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