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THE MICHIGAN _

DAILY

THE MICHIGAN VA1LY

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you.-Adv.
r e e Tailoring Offer
on Spring Wool Skirts
Continued short time

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ing in The Michigan Daily.-Adv.
SUGARBOWL
HOME MADE CANDY
ABSOLUTELY CLEAN
BEST LINE IN THE CITY
EVERYTHING
MADE IN ANN ARBOR
LIGHT LUNCHES

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Music Condtt
Opens Mronday

Making Good. A Straight
Line Is the Shortest Dist-

See our-Beautiful Samples
The Wisteria Shop
330 Maynard
Opp. West entrance to Nickels Arcade

ANN ARBOR
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r LEANERS
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PRESSERS
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- A DESIRE
FOR ANY TYPE OF DANCING
may easily be satisfied at
MLLEU
JEANETTE KRUZSKA'S
DANCING STUDIO
AESTHETIC DANCING
SOFT SHOE DANCING
TOE DANCING
BALL ROOM DANCING
We aim to make you graceful
in addition to knowing steps
Instructors
MLLE. KRUZSKA -
PHILIP MILLER, '23
Studio-324 E. Huron St.
Phone 2308-R

All entering students should make The state contest for young musi-
arrangements at Barbour gymnasium cians will be held at the Michigan
for nedical examinations. Union under the auspices of the Mat-
inee Musicale society begining next
All senior girls should be measured Monday.
for caps and gowns this week at: This contest has besen already en-
Mack's department store, in order that tered by 17 persons. The violinists
they may be ordered in time for Jun- will be tried at 9 o'clock Monday
for irls pla. !morning, the vocalists at 1 o'clock
ior rs' la Monday afternoon, and the pianists at
The board of directors of the Wom- 9 o'clock Tuesday morning. A recep-
en's league will meet at 1 o'clock Wed- tion will be given the state officers
nesday to discuss a change in life and visiting delegates at 4 o'clock
membership fees. Monday afternoon at the Martha Cook
building.
Vesper services will be held at 4:30 Applications for the contest must be
o'clock Wednesday afternoon in New- sent to the state chairman, Mrs. Ed-
berry hal. win S. Sherrill, 7818 Dexter boule-
vard, Detroit. The contest is open
A meeting of Mortarboard will be to men and women in the departments
held at 7:30 o'clock Thursday night of piano, violin and voice. A cash
at the Delta Delta Delta house. prize will be given to the winners.
The piano and violin contestants
must be between 18 and 30 years of
g Tickets for the banquet and cotol-nusbeeten1ad30yaso
Tion cket fo t e ba et and c age and the vocal contestants be-
o'locil go on sale betwveen 3 and 5 tween 20 and 30 years. They must
o'clock Thursday at Barbour gymnas- also have had their training in Amer-
ium. Extra cotillion tickets will also ica.
be on sale at that time at Miss Wood's
office. .JAPANESE PROBLEMS TO BE

ance

Between Two Points

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possible time.
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"create" new business are the ones who command the
big money.
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productive of immediate and large results is a fact which
we can demonstrate by cold figures-not one or two
isolated cases, but from averages drawn from a multitude
of experiences.
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GENERAL AGENTS

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1-2 Price
Suits and Overcoats
Top Coats, Raincoats
Flannelette Night Robes
and Pajamas

Freshman songs for the cotillion
must be in by 4 o'clock tomorrow aft-
ernoon at Miss Marion Wood's office
in Barbour gymnasium.
Girls who wish to take part in the
colonial dance to be given for the Cos-
mopolitan club entertainment are ask-
ed to report at 5 o'clock this afternoon
at Barbour gymnasium.

TOPIC OF VESPER

SERVICES

1-3 Off Sport Coats

Basketball practice for all classesk
will be held at 2 o'clock and at 3
o'clock this afternoon.
General rehearsals of the Junior
Girls' play will be held from 4 to 6
o'clock and from 7 to 9 o'clock today
in Sarah Cas-vell Angell hall.
All girls who desire conferences
with Mrs. Katherine Willard, nation-
al secretary of the foreign department
of the Y. W. C. A., are asked to make
appointments at Newberry hall.
There will be a meeting of the
Mummers group at 3 o'clock tomor-
row afternoon, in the dining room in
Barbour gymnasium.
SENIORS DISCUSS
PLANS FOR PARTY!

Mrs. F. F. Curtis will speak at
Vespers at 4:30 o'clock this after-,
noon, in Newberry hall, on Present
Conditions in Japan, stressing partic-
ularly the differences between edu-
cated and uneducated women in that
country.
Mrs. Curtis is said to be especially
fitted to speak on this subject, having
lived in Japan over 30 years and hav-
ing travelled among the Japanese
colonists in Korea. She has lately!{
been head of the dormitory in a girls'
school in Japan, and is now president
of the board of directors of the Shl-
monoski school.
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.

THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
0F THW UNITED STATES

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FRICK BUILDINNG,.

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the standpoint of food value, of genuine good-

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& Co.

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.

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TWO COMPLETE STORES

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STATE STREET

MAIN STREET

'THIS
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LOSES
3 P.M.

LASSFIETHIS
r LCOLUMN
CLOSES
ADVERTISING * AT 3 P.M.

Senior women will hold a meeting at Bo r d
4 o'clock this afternoon in Barbour - Boaru Reduction .:
gymnasium to discuss plans for the se-
nior party to be given at 3:30 o'clock !=-
next Tuesday afternoon at the Pi Beta $6.50 Three Meals
Phi house. The senior supper which _-.
will be given the Saturday night of the = $5.50 Two Meals.
Junior Girls' play will also be given
consideration at this time. The cam-5e
paign for selling tickets for the senior 5 9 r
party will be discussed and also the
question of the wearing of senior caps liiIIIIriIIIIIIIIIIirrlrrri¢Iiiiiiijiiiiii1
and gowns.

THE BANK OF SERVICE
Commercial Banking in all its Branches.
Savings Department and Safety Deposit Vaults.
Exchange on All Parts of the World.
A. B. A. Travelers' Checks.
FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK

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WANTED
kVANTED - Summer salesman for
splendid selling propostion. You
are guaranteed $525.00 salary, and
can make three times that much.
For particulars call, Martin Larson,
959. 99-3
VANTED-Regular Boarders at 1106
Washtenaw Ave. Across from Gym
and Dental College. Good home
cooking. Inquire at 407 E. Univer-
sity Ave. forrates. 4Dinner 11:30
to 1:00: Lunch 5:30 to 6:30. 100-3
V'ANTED- Stenograhpic work and
typing. MisstWeaver. 508 Thomp-
son St., after 6 P. M. Phone 1579-M.
101-2
WANTED-To rent first floor suite.
Bath on same floor. North of cam-
pus. Box F. B., Daily. 100-2
VVANTED- Work fby student. No
eight, eleven or Saturday classes.
Call McMullin, 1547-J. 101-2
WANTED--6Soph prom ticket. Call
'White, 236. 101-2
MISCELLANEOUS
OU CAN earn two thousand dollars
next summer. Mr. Cobb at Bay City
earned $220.50 last week. Good pos-
tions for next summer may still be
obtained by calling on H. L. Bald-
win. Income does not stop when
summer vacation is over, but con-
tinues the year around. 310 State
St., 3rd floor. 98-7
[AKE A NOTE OF THIS.
Typewriting of all kinds. First
class work guaranteed. Double
space, 10c per page; single space,
20c per page; carbon copies, lc ex-
tra, each. 0. N. Graves, 517 S. Di-
vision; H. A. Hart, 953 Greenwood.
Phones 1512-J., 2726-W. 97-6
AVE RENT-Buy a sanitary couch
and spare space. Garvey Wishbone
fabric, six spirel supports for $8.50.
The St. Clair Shop, 309-311 N. 4th'
Ave, Phone 454. 100-3
OCKSMITH - All kinds, door and
trunk keys. Repairing locks a spec-
ialty. Phone 2498. Dell.Keeler. 92-12
ISS MARTHA SCHALLHORN has
opened up her dressmaking shops
again in the Wuerth. Arcade . 101-2 1

LOST AND FOUND
LOST - Large Conklin fountain pen
with gold band and calendar clip
left on desk in Arcade postoffice.
I value this pen particularly. Re-
ward. Return to N. G. Bashara,
1021 Hill St. 1298-3. 101-1
LOST-Lady's gold wrist watch in
jam outside of gymnasium at Pur-
due game. Finder of remains please
call Johnson, 1510-R. Reward. 101-2
LOST-Bill fold in Waterman Gym
or between Gym and Union. Call
1288-W. Reinhart. Reward. 101-1
LOST-Pair of gray buckskin gloves,
Saturday morning. Reward. Phone
Dunn, 1166. 100-2
LOST-A blue Burrberry overcoat
Thursday.Return to 555 Packard.
Reward. 101-1
FOUND-Overcoat. 'S. L. Bird Co.
Co. Call 1951-R. Wm. Mays. 101-1
FOR RENT
IOR RENT-Large room - for two
students-modern throughout. Also
roommate desired. Apply 408 S. 5th
Ave. Just off Williams. 100-3
FOR RENT-A large front room ar-
ranged for two students. $3.50 each
or $5.00 for one. 425 S. Division
St. 100-3
FOR RENT-Very desirable suite for
girls or mother and daughter. 922
St. State St. Phone 1850-F2. 101-1
FOR RENT-Suite and single room for
man and wife or ladies. 1724-J. 101-3
FOR SALE
FOR SALE--New model Fox Portable
Typewriter No. 2, the student's type-
writer. Remarkable for touch, dur-
ability and ease of operation. Wes-
ley Marston, Agent. Phone 1951-R.
655 Packard St. 131
FOR SALE-Dressers with 14x24 bevel
plate mirrors and three drawers,
solid oak, $24.75. Brand new spring
designs. The St. Clair Shop, 309-311
N. 4th Ave. Phone 454. 100-3

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PATTERSON TO OPEN SERIES
OF FRENCH LECTURES TODAY
Th'e first of a series of five lec-
tures to be given under the auspices
of the Cercle Francais this semester
will be delivered by Warner F. Pat-
terson, instructor in the romance
language department, on "Emile Ver-
haeron," famous French poet, at 4:15
o'clock this afternoon in room 203
Tappan hall.
Other lectures are: March 16, M.
E. Mathieu on "Labiche;" March 30,
M. A. Jobin on "Voltaire;" April 6,
Prof. Charles H. Vibbert of the phi-
losophy department on "The Attitude
Taken by France in Regard to the
Peace Treaty;" April 27, Dean J. R.
Effinger on "Le' Bourgeois Gentil-
homme," one of Moliere's plays to be
presented by French students Thurs-
day, April 28. The lectures, with the
exception of the one given by Dean
Effinger, will be delivered in French.
Associate members of the Cercle
Francais will be admitted to all lec-
tures upon presentation of their mem-
bership card at the door.
NEW YORK CITY ALUMNI PLAN
FOR BEST ANNUAL BANQUET
Among those from Ann Arbor who
are planning to attend the annual
banquet of New York City alumni on
March 10 are President Marion L.
Burton, Deans John R. Effinger and
M. E. Cooley, and Regent Junius E.
Beal. There is a possibility that
President-emeritus Harry B. Hutch-
ins will go, but his plans are not yet
definitely made.
The New York alumni have been
planning for the event for some
weeks, and it is their intention to
make this year's banquet the best!
they have had.

Trubey
Home-made Candies
and Box Candies
Diseount on Box Candies
218 S. MAIN STREET
Phone 166

101-103 So. Main St.

380 So. State St., (Nickels Arcade)

Member of the Federal Reserve System.

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Spring Shoes F

Young People"

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Women

The qualities that make up diamond
values are so difficult to define that
only a diamond expert can rely on his
own judgment when buying a dia-
mond. For this reason we believe
that it is appropriate that we suggest
to less experienced purchasers that
they buy only of old-established firms
who have built up a reputation for de-
pendability. The important thing is
to know that you are getting what
you pay for. Then you will never
have any difficulty in realizing on your
investment. One of the oldest and
one of the reliable jewelry stores of
Ann Arbor solicits your patronage.
SCILLANDERER & SEYFIIIED

"Brogue" and Semi-Brogue effects

Brimful of the air of
"Dear Old Lunnontown"

Walk-OvernJBoot Shop
115 South Main Street

FOR SALE - Conn C-Melody
phone phone. Nearly new.
sonable. Call 2220 noon or
Ing.

Saxa-
Rea-
even-
101-3

"Home of Good Diamonds"
113 East Liberty

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