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house or at Barbour gymnasium last WOMEN EDUCATORS
semester may obtain them from Mrs.;
Blackburn from 2 to 5 o'clock Wednes ACT AS DELEGAT iS
day, afternoon, Oct. 20, and from 9 to
12 o'clock Thursday morning, Oct. 21. Among the delegates to the Educa-
tional Conference are several women
All classes in gymnasium work will educators from the larger women's
begin on Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 18
colleges of the country as well as rep-

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The first regular meeting of the Uni-
rsity Y. W. C. A. cabinet will be
Id at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon at
e home of Mrs. Margaret Mac D.
ewart, 1015 Church street.
All girls who are good at print ag,
sting and general poster-making are
ked to come, to the Women's league
oms in Barbour gymnasium, Friday
ternoon or Saturday morning. Please
'ing scissors and attractive maga-
ne covers.
Try outs for the University Girls',
lee club will be continued at 4 o'clock.
uesday afternoon, Oct. 19, in room
4, in the School of Music. The date
the tryout for the Freshman Girls'
lee club will be anonunced fatr.
Freshmen and sophomores are re-
inded to keep their medical appoint-
ents. These appointments have pre-
dence over classes.
Classes in outdoor work for fresh-
en and sophomores begin on Mon-
ly, Oct. 18 or on. Tuesday, Oct. 19,
cording te schedule.
All University houses which have
ganized and elected a president are
quested to report the name of the
ected officer to Marguerite Chapin,;
0, at Barbour gymnasium.
Sophomores who left any of theirl

and 19', according to schedule. This
is a correct statement made by Miss
Wood. ,
W.*A. A. PLANS FOR
TWO DAY CAMPAIGN
Campaigning for membership to the
Women's Athletic association this
year will be confined to two days,
Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 20
and 21.
Dormitories, sororities and the
larger University houses will be
visited on Wednesday by leaders in
athletics who will present the workC
of the association to the various{
groups and receive members. On
Thursday tables will be stationed in
University hall, Barbour gymnasium
and other central points on the cam-
pus for the benefit of those who have
not had the opportunity to join.
"The women of many smaller uni-
versities have shown a keener in-
terest in ahletics than Michigan
women have up to the present," saidC
Phyllis Wiley, '21, president of the as-I
sociation. "Now is the time for us
to show that we can back our asso-
ciation as well as the men back
theirs. It is only through this co-'
operation car we hope to gain aI
name for the women's athletics at

resentatives from alumni organiza-j
tions.
Some of the most noted of these
are: Prof. Ellen C. Hinsdale, of
Mount Holyoke college, Minnie 0.
Kimball of Randolph Macon Wonn's
college, Prof. Lucy M. Salmon, of Vaf-
saj college, Clara Belfield Bates, of
Wellesley college, Edna Belle Thur-
ner, of Radcliffe college, and Mrs. Nel-
lie H. Ornbaum, representing the Bay
Cities' group of Michigan University
women of California.
Novelty neckwear. Narroy shapes.
Knitted loid fancy silIM. Sat. Spe^-
al, $.75$1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50.
Davis Toggery Shop, 119 S. Main St.-
Ad v.
Courteous and satisfactory
er, whether the account be large
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SCHOOL
OF DANCING
MILE. JEANETTE KRUSZKA
Private lessons in modern
dancing.
Private and class lessons for
ladies in classical and toe
dancing.
STUDIO: 324 E. HURON ST.
(2 Blocks West of State)

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DENTAL AND
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aasium clothes either at the field Michigan."

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'To Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capita1 and Surpiris, $625,000.00
Resources . ......$5,000000.00
Northwest Cor. 'Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.
ZION
LUTHERAN
CHURCH
5th Ave. and Washington
1aReception to all =
Lutheran
iStudents
; Friday, Oct. 15
8-10P.M.
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Have a limited supply of
Ward's Operative Dentistry
Black's Dental Anatomy '
Prinz Dental Mat. Medica
Endeiman Dental Pathology
Ziegler's Pathology
Hes Pediatrics
B1d9L1'S BdW( STORE
No. 11 Nickels Arcade
Phone 763-1 r

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Mrs. Fox was bragging one day about the large
number of her cubs.
"How many cubs do you bring into the world at
one time?" she asked the LIONESS.
"Only ONE," replied the Lioness-"but it's a
LION."
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 puree
and best varieties grown-or if we substituted inferior
grades of Turkish tobacco.
But they wouldn't be MURADS-they'd only be
Foxes!
"Judge for yourself--!"'

Specik)attention is called
to Murad Wsin Tin Boxes

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LOST AND FOUN )
ST-Between Newberry and Mar-
.ht Cook-brown pocketbook con-
aining money and papers. Finder
please call 217. Reward.
ST-Black wardrobe trunk, misde-
ivered by Ann Arbor Taxi Co. Claim
'heck No. 9638. If found notify
taxi Co., or 325,S. Ashley.
ST-A Delta Gamma pin. If found
>lease notify Margaret Whyte, 1205
Kill St. Phone, 452.
'ST-A red silk umbrella. Finder
please return to Wooloff Brayton,
:16 E. Huron. Phone 299-W.
ST-Pair of shelled rim glasses,
ometime in September. Reward.
Daily office.
ST - Meal ticket on the Arcade
-afeteria. Name, Killalea on ticket.
Return to this office. Box G.
UND-G-;-f sleeves in automobile.
)wner i_-y have same by calling
072 paying for this notice.
) ; --Phi Delta Theta badge. Re-
,ard if returned to 1437 Washtenaw.
'one 396.

IYANTED
WANTED---A room-mate in a double
room. Electric lightthot air, bath
and phone. $3.50 a piece. Well
equipped for study. Fresh'man Eng-
ineer preferred. 409 N. Division St.
WANTED-I Student wit{J experience
wishes position in store all day
Wednesday and from 3 to 6 other
days. Phone 976-J. Mr. Pearson.
WANTED-Student barber for part
time or all time. Good percentage
or guarantee. Must be good. State
ard Packard Sts.
WANTED Room-mate in a large front
suite with two Soph. Engineers at
643_Tappan.
WANTED--Women students with bus-
iness ability who wish to earn good
money. Address Box DD.
WANTED-A room-mate to share nice
clean suite. $4.00 a piece. 934 S.
State St.
WANTED-A room-mate. Nice room
in private family. $2.50 per ,week.
Phone 1901-J.

SIX YEARS AT COLONIAL COURT

BUFFALO, N. Y.

ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS ANN ARBOR

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to. give
to keep
to show

21-22-23 WUERTH ARCADE

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This Studio will be conducted under my own
personalsupervision, teaching private lessons
exclusively.
SA Private Studio for each pupil; therefore
there will be no embarrassment.
I guarantee you to dance gracefully and artis-
tically in eight lessons.

WANTED--Student laundress
ed. Box AD., Daily.

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--Small blue leather purse on WANTED-Cook for fraternity o"
pus. Call 2226-M. men.Phone 785.

T-A large No. 7 Parker fountain
n. Call Leenhouts, 319. Reward.
, FOR SALE
t SALE-Furniture and table lin-
t. A faculty club, due to re--organ-
ation, has the following articles
r sale: Twenty-four high grade
ather seats, dining chairs, Lim-
rt make, six round top tables 42
ches in diameter, eighteen linen
ble clothes 54x54 inches for above
bles, five doz. linen napkins-din-
r size. The above articles are in
ae condition, having been in use
ree months only. They may be,
trchased at a very reasonabla fig-
e, would prefer to sell all to one
rson. Call 820-M or Univ. 92-J,
tween the hours of 9 to 12 a. m.,
d 3 to 5 p. m.
SALE--Blickeinderfer Portable
tpewriter, $15.00..New Fox Port-
le Typewriters, $50.00. Marston,
5 ,Packard. Phone 1951-R.
SALE-A 1920 Buick Roadster,
actically new and in A-1 condi-
gyn. A bargain for cash. Phone
tween 8 A. M. and 5 P. M., 490.
, SALE-Twelve guage Reming-
a Automatic Shotgun, $50.00. Re-
Is for $75.50. Call Saturday, three
six. 919 Oakland. Phone 636.
SALE- Modern Eropean His-
ry book (1st and 2nd semekters),
ench Grammar, Gym Shoes
irl's size 4 ). Call 907-R.
SALE-Wireless receiving set.
walnut case. Call after 8 P. M.
0 Benjamin St.
FOR RENT
RENT-Two suites and one large
om all decorated for boys or mar-
d couple. 545 E. University Ave
RENT-First class suite. 417 E.
shington.
MISCELLANEOUS
M. SHELLHORN dressmaker..l
>m 24, Wuerth Arcade, Coed's a
cialty.

-FOR RENT
FOR RENT - Wanted, two refined
young mei or wontin to occupy
large double room in beautiful east
erMd home. Five blocks from cam-
pus. No other students in house.
$5.00 each per week. Box CC, Daily.
FOR RENT--Desirable suite for mar-
ried couple or t-. o gentlemen-close
to Packard car line. Price very rea-
sonable. 1105 E. Univeristy Ave.
Phone 2579-R.
FOR RENT-Suburban residence at
city limits, S. E. section, beautiful
grounds. Possession now. Potter
& Allshouse, 601-4 1st Nat'l. Bank
Bldg. Phone 2072.
FOR RENT-Single or double room,
two blocks from Main St. No other
roomers. $5.00 single; $8.00 double.
Phone 1588-J.
FOR RENT--A very desirable kuite.
One and a half blocks from cam-
Call 725 Haven Ave., or Phone
FOR RENT- Large front suite and
single room for married couple or
lady, one block from campus.
1724-J.
FOR RENT---Two rooms on first floor.
Will rent as suite or single. Two
blocks from camp~us. 1021 Hill St.
FOR RENT- Pleasant single room
conveniently located. Phone 1079-W,
549 Packard.
FOR RENT--Large parlor arranged
for two. Steam heat. Desk. Phone
1194-M.
JOR RENT-Large front room for
two men. One half block from cam-
pus. 1724-M.
FOR RENT-Single room in desirable
location close to campus, reason-
able. Call 1234-M.
FOR RENT- Suite .of rooms. Two
blocks from campus. Price 9.00.
Answer FF, care of Daily.

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ANNOUNCING THE ARRIVAL OF A
SHIPMENT OF HIGH GRADE
FASHION PARK
DARK GRAY AND BLUE UNFINISHED
WORSTED SUITS
To Encourage Early Buying We
Have Specially Priced These
AT
$55.00

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