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PHOTOGRAPHERS NOTICE

NCH ROOM
ice Cozy Place W here
u Enjoy Your )leal
half block South
of "MA"

Tryouts for assistant photo-
graphic editor of the Chimes are
needed at once. Those possess-
ing a camera with sufficient
speed to take action pictures call
F. E. Jacob, '21, at 920-R or see
L. E. Waterbury, '21L, at the
Chimes office in the Union.

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we dinners to parties. Teet's
ooms, 805 E. Huron St.-Adv.
assified advertising and sell
cellaneous articles.-Adv.

Have you tried those wonderful Sun-
day Chicken Diiners at Teet's Din-
ing' Rooms.-Adv.
Pdtronize Daily* Advertisers.-Adv.

Get that

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Thitman's Candy

W1omen
Tickets for the senior supper imay
be secured from Marian Spaulding,
'21, until Tuesday night.
Regular rehearsal of the Freshman
Girls' Glee club will be held at 4:30
o'clock Monday afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium.
Due to the fact that a number of
senior women have left school, a few
$2 and1.50 seats for the Friday night
performance of the Junior Girls' play
may still be obtained.
Girls taking part in the colonial
dance to be given at the Cosmopolitan
club eitertainment will practice at 5
o'clock Monday afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium.
Women interested in social service
or toy shop work are asked to sign
between the hours of 2 and 5 o'clock
any afternoon at Newberry hall.
All junior girls who wish scores of
the play music must order them at
once from Florence Shirey, '22, chair-
man of the music committee, since
there are only 250 copies and 286 girls
in the class.
WOMEN TO TAKE PART *N
COSMOPOLITAN CLUB SHOW
The Cosmopolitan club will give a
vaudeville entertainment Thursday
night at Hill auditorium. Different
acts will represent different coun-
tries, a colonial dance representing
America.
The four groups in this dance are as
follows: First group, Helen Aubrey,
'23, a lady; Mary Wood, '24, a gentle-
man; Dorolese Hurlbut, '24, lady; Leo
Clark, '24, gentleman. Second group,
Elizabeth Lauver, '23, lady; Helen
Schermerhorn, '23, gentleman; Grace
Hindshaw, '23, lady; Frances Ames,
'23, gentleman. Third group, Cathe-
rine Evens, '23, lady; Elsa Oiesen, '23,
gentleman; Victoria Wordelmann, '23,
lady; Margaret Whyte, '23, gentleman.
Fourth group, Elsa Schuler, '24, lady;
Sadybeth Heath, '24, gentleman; Lu-
cilla Walker, '24, lady; Florence Ran-
kin, '24, gentleman.
VACCINATION ADVISED AS
ONLY CHECK FOR SMALLPOX
Smallpox is at present prevalent
throughout the state but as yet no
student has become infected with it,
according to reports frqrm the Health
service yesterday.
.Vaccination is the only adequate
way of checking the spread of\the dis-
ease, said Dr. Warren Forsythe, di-
rector dof the University Health serv-
ice. He added that every student whose
vaccination had mot worked or who
has not been vaccinated for some
years, should submit to it. The Health
service has facilities 'for vaccinating
all students who apply
Two Engagement Announced
Word has been received of the en-
gagement of Mrs. Dorothy L Crouter
of Charlevoix, Mich., to Mr. John G.
Clark of Toledo, Ohio. Mrs. Crouter
was a special student on the campus
last year and is a member of th
Delta Gamma sorority.
Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Adams an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Elizabeth, to Mr. Richard
Allyn Haigh, '20, of Detroit. Mr. Haigh

is a member of the Zeta Psi frater-
nity. Miss Adams is a recent gradu-
ate of a Southern seminary.
Dean Jordan's Condition Improves
Dean Myra B. Jordan, who has been
suffering from a combined attack of
la grippe, ptomaine poisoning and
bronchitis, is much improved. She ex-
pects to be in her office next week, but
may be prevented from doing so in
case of continued bad weather. Dean
Jordan will not be at home on Tues-
day afternoons until further notice.
Dames to Celebrate St. Pattick's Day
Tie Michigan Dames will meet at 8
o'clock Tuesday night 'in Lana hall.
Several members, will present a Sti
Patrick's day program. All students'
wives are invited to these meetings
which are held the first and third
Tuesdays of each month.
IF YOU WANT THE LATEST de-
sign and fine workmanship, come to
the NEW SHOP, second floor, 721 N.
University. Mrs. Mabel Talford, form-
erly of the Vogue Shoppe, propriet-
ress.-Adv.

The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $625,000.00
Resources .........-5;440,00-

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Students Lunch

Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.
VACATION TIME!

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RIDING

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A DESIRE ----
FOR ANY TYPE OF DANCING
may easily be satisfied at
MLLEI
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-H

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YOU MUST DANCE
At the Beach
On the Moonlight
At the Country
Club
or you will be a wallflower
DANCE AND BE POPULAR
Start now and you
can be a graceful
dancer this

Open"6 a.m. Close 11 p.m
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.

As you, know evdry good in-
vestment has its own particular
rules. That rule when buying
diamonds should be remember-
ed as this: NEVER SACRIFICE
BRILLIANCY AND COLOR FOR
SIZE. If this rule is ktept in
your mind when looking for
.good diamonds we will be the
best suited to satisfy your de-
mands. Let us convince you at
our store. - Continued.
SENLANDERER
AND
SEYFRIED
"Home of Good Diamonds"
I13 EAST LIBERTY ST.

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PONIES

Just received an-
other shipment
of genuine Auto-
Strop Razors at
2.59
FISCHER'S PHARMACY
PHONE 606
CORNER LIBERTY AND FIFTH AVE

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STUDENTLIVERY
GAITED PONIES AND HORSES
flew Equipment Special Club Prices
Student Owned

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Wuerth - Arcades - Nickels

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NEAR, PACKARD

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for Easter

Phone Orders'
Promptly Filled

Mail Orders
Promptly Filled!

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Whitman's carries the Easter
message better than anything
else that you could give.
It looks good, its tastes good
and it emphasizes the message'
by its quality.

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The Lure of The Strap

324 So. State

Street

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Street

All femininity has seemingly fallen under the spell of the strap--on
shoes. But one can hardly blame them for they are so extremely graceful

and dainty.

After- the vague foreheavy mannish looking brogues that has

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:S CLOSES
M.ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

held sway for so long it is only natural that fancies would turn to these dainty,
delicate looking styles." So that all the new shoes are boasting straps of some
kind. The one strap pump with the walking or military heel is rapidly usurp-
ing thetplace of the oxford and the one or two strap slipper is gaining over
the opera pump in popularity. Suedes, of course, for dress wear and fine kid
for walking and sports shoes. And speaking of suede, we are able to show
you a black suede one strap pump with a baby Louis or full Louis covered

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WANTED1

D - To buy Canoe.
unicate immediately to
). 508 So. Division St.

Please
W. L.
Phone
110-2

ED - Girl as roommate. One
k from campus. Call 1047-W
r 6. 110-2
'ED-Roommate to share double
a, two blocks south of campus.
:e 1298-J. 110-2
LOST AND FOUND
-Will person who found leather
book in ladies' lobbya ofUnion,
se call 2680-J. Reward. 110-2
-A fountain pen in West Hall.
rsday afternoon. Perry Outman.
R. 110-2
MISCELLANEOUS
TERESTED in profitable Sum-
work, see Bald at 1034 E. Hur-
t. Phone 2024-R. , 111-6

FOB SAL
FOR SALE--Two May Festival coup-
ons-exchange value $3. each-for
$2 each. Call 2651-R after 7 P.
M. 111
FOR SALE-Kodak-1A Junior, equip-
ped with Kodak Anastigmat F.7.7
Lens. Leather carrying case in-
cluded. Call Bradley, 2220. 111-3
FOR SALE-Full Dress Suit. Size 38.
Call at 316 S. State St. S. W. Tray-
lor. Practically new. Cost $110.00.
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FOR SALE-C Melody Conn Saxa-
Sphone, nearly new and in excellent
condition. Call Haight, 2220. 111-3
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-A real large, comfortable
two room suite. The bedroom has
two single beds and running water.
The study is furnished for comfort

heel, that will (Ielight.you with its graceful lines and patrician air..

This shoe

with the baby Louis heel is $10 with the full Louis is $12. A novelty in a
leaf brown suede one strap pump is the divided strap with two smoked pearl
buttons. This shoe is shown only in the baby Louis style and sells for $10.
For more informal wear you will be pleased with a ope strap pump of fine,

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extra quality kid in a rich shade of brown with a military heel.

This *shoe is

also $10.

When the desire for strap slippers comes to you remember tha

you will find what is absolutely correct here.

and has three exposuresana Lightweight imported golf hose.
porch. Only two blocks from cam- r($3.00 upward. Wild & Co., State St.-
pus. A pleasure to live with such[ d
people. 815 E. Huron St. 109-3 Adv.
FOR RENT-Large beautiful room ar- Come to Teet's Dining Rooms, 805,
ranged for two. Steam heat. Phone E. Huron St. for your Sunday Night
1194-M, 422 E. Washington. 111-2 Lunches.-Adv.

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