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Congregational Church
SUNDAY, OCT. 17, 10:30
AN ADDRESS BY THE MINISTER ON:
'HESE WILD YOUNG PEOPLE"
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SCHOOL OfMUSIC LEE

ENGLISH TEACHERS
IN GREAT DEMAND

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FOR IMMEDIATE USE
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DANA RICHARDSON'S
115 EAST LIBERTY STREET
GOODHEW FLORAL CO.
CORSAGES

Members for the University School'
of Music Glee club have been chosen
and will meet at 4:15 o'clock Tuesday
afternoon in room 217 of the School
of Music building:
First sopranos: Hazel Wiltsee, Sch.+
of M., Caroline Lovewell, Sch. of M.,
Marguerite Calder, '21, Corrine Wood-.
worth, Sch. of M., Ruth Scheidler, '23,
Mary Stauffer, Helen Howe, Ruth
Purvis, Alice Rominger, Sch. of M.,
Florence Gingrich, Irene Straub,
Catherine Coburn, Sch. of M.
Second sopranos: Helen Scott,
Genevieve Peoples, Sch. of M., May-
belle Hall, Dorothy Cozad, '23, Helen
MacCauley, Althea Bird. First altos:
Genevieve Alger, Sch. of M., Dorothy
Bridges, Madeline MacGregor, '21,
Mary Wood, Bernice Rowe, Sch. of
M., Helen Elloit, '23. Second altos:
Nancy Henry, Doris Howe, Sch. of M.,
Gertrude Carlyon, Sch. of M., Louise
Letson.
The first regular meeting of the Uni-
versity Y. W. C. A. cabinet will be
held at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoonl at
the home of Mrs. Margaret Mac D.
Stewart, 1015 Church street.
All girls who are good at printing,
pasting and general poster-making are
asked to come to the Women's league
rooms in Barbour gymnasium, Friday
afternoon or Saturday morning. Please
bring s ssors and attractive inaga-
zine covers,
Try outs for the University Girls'
Glee club will be continued at 4 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon, Oct, 19, in room
204, in the School of Music. The date
of the tryout for the Freshman Girls'
Glee club will be announced later.
Classes in outdoor work for fresh-
men and sophomores begin on Mon-
day, Oct. 18 or on Tuesday, Oct. 19.
according to schedule.
Sophomores who left any of their
gynmasium clothes either at the field
house or at Barbour gymnasium last
semester may obtain them.from Mrs.
Blackburn from 2 to 5 o'clock Wednes-
day afternoon, Oct. 20, and from 9 to
12 o'clock Thursday morning, Oct. 21.

For the interest and information of
prospective high school teachers, the
Appointment committee has collected
data concerning the number of calls
received for the various subjects dur-
ing the last five years.
There were more calls for teach-
ers of English than for any other one
subject, more than 200 more calls
than there were candidates. Mathe-
matics came next on the list followed
in turn by physical science, history,
Latin, French, biological science, com-
mercial courses, athletics, German,
manual training, Spanish, domestic
science, and so on.
In practically every case there were
a great many more calls than there
were candidates to fill them, indicat-
ing a growing need of teachers of
every kind.
Dance tonight, Packard Academy.-
Adv.
AMATEUR MOVIE CO.
A school, Room 27-No. 8 W.
I ulWarren, Detroit
Would You Like A Tryout?

Also Specialize in Brennan's feather
fans, orders taken for special designs,
remodeling or redycing.

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225 EAST LIBERTY

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FOR SALE
OR SALE-Furniture and table lin-
en. A faculty club, due to re-organ-
ization, has the following articles
tr sale: Twenty-fourchigh grade
leather seats, dining chairs, Lim-
bert make, six round top tables 42
inches in diameter, eighteen linen
table clothes 54x54 inches for above
tables, five doz. linen napkins-din-
ner size. The above articles are in
fine condition, having been in use
three months only. They may be
purchased at a very reasonable fig-
ure, would prefer to sell all to one
person. Call 820-M or Univ. -,
between. the hours of 9 to 12 a. i.,
and 3 to 5 p. m.
OR SAE-A 19h~ Buick Roadster,
practically new and in A-1 condi-
tion. A bargain for cash. Phone
between 8 A. M. and 5 P. M., -490.
OR SALE-Twelve guage Reming-
ton Automatic Shotgun, $50.00. Re-
tails for $75.50. Call Saturday, three
to six. 919 Oakland. Phone 636.
OR SALE-- Modern European His-
tory book (1st and :n d sem sters),
French Crauiiiar, iyi Shoes
(girl's size 4%). Ca l 07-R.
OR SALE-WiUless raceiivnH tet.
In walnut cae. (ail altur I . K.V i
510 Benjam.in St.
OST-Black wardrobe rak, misd-
livered by Ana Abor ',ax ,o. C.ann
check No. t23.1Li su l a
Taxi Co., or 315 S. A e
OST-A pair of giasses enclosed in
lavender case. Please r eturn to
Dora Harris, 209 S. Ingalls, S49-R.
Reward.
OST-Pearl bads-Tus - bete en
Mary St. and campus. Return to
Secretary's office or cafl 13-J. Re-
ward.
OST-The first week in Oct., on Mon-
roe, E. Univ., Willard, .or Church
Sts., blue silk dress. Phone 1492-W.
OST-Fairly large bunch of keys-
probably east of campus. inder1
please return to box H, Dail office.
3ST-Will the person who borrowed
my fountain pen in Waterman Gym
Wed., kindly return it. Box H. H.
OST-Pair of shelled rim glasses
sometime in September. Reward.
Daily office.
)ST- Pair dark shell glasses in
black case on Wells St., Tues. night.
Finder please call 2254-M.
)UND-Gt f sleeves in automobile.
Owner na.y have same by calling
2072 g.6 paying for this notice.
)ST-Small blue leather purse on
campus. Call 2226-M.
)ST-A large No. 7 Parker fountain
pen. Call Leenhouts, 319. Reward.
)UND-Two chemistry lab. equpons.
Call Rosenberg, 751-W.
MISCELLANEOUS
LL CARL BIRD, His wagon. Par-
eels delivered to all parts of the1
city. Phone 1627-W.

WANTED
WANTED-- Student with experience
wishes position in store all day
Wednesday and from 3 to 6 other
days. Phone 976-J. Mr. Pearson.
WANTED-Single room by graduate
student with private family. Quiet
surroundings. Phone 899-J'or ad-
dress 325 E. Jefferson. Inquire for
Mr. Fuller.
WANTED-Student barber for part
time or all time. Good percentage
or guarantee. Must be good. State
and Packard Sts.
WANTED-Women students with bus-
iness ability who wish to earn good
money. Address Box DD.
WANTED-Several students weighing
about 150 or over as donors for
blood transfusions. Fee $15. Ask
for Dr. Morrill, University Hospital.
WANTED - Student desires employ-
ment playing piano in music store
afternoons. Repid sight reader. Ap-
ply Box GG, Michigan Daily.
WANTED-Eight advanced engineer-
ing students. $15 per week. Spare
time. Cali Mon. and Wed. evenings
on ly.
VANTED-Room-mate by upperclass-
man. Well furnished room. 715 E.
Huron, 240-M.
W'ANTED--A room-mate to share nice
'arge room, $4 a piece. Inquire 403
E.. Washington. Phone 1463-M.
YVANTED--Room-mate in a large front
suite with two Soph. Engineers at
143 Tappan.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Desirable suite for mar-
ried couple or two gentlemen-close
- to Packard car line. Price very rea-
sonable. 1105 E. Univeristy Ave.
Phone 2579-R.
FOR . RENT--A very desirable suite.
One and a half blocks from cam-
pus. Call 725 Haven Ave., or Phone
2574
FOR RENT- Large front suite and
single room for married couple or
lady, one block from campus.
1724-J.
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.
FOR RENT--Large front room for
two men. One half block from cam-
pus. 1724-M.
FOR RENT-Two suites and one large
room all decorated for boys or mar-
ried couple. 545 E. University Ave;
FOR RENT-Front suite of 2 rooms.
Reasonable rate to right party. Also
room for 1 extra. 518 Hill St.
FOR RENT-Double or single room.
Private family of three, $4 single.
$6 double. Phone 1588-J.
FOR RENT-A large single room near.
Campus. Inquire 315 S. Division.
FOR RENT-First class suite. 417 E.]
Washington.j

We are zealous in maintaining
the QUALITY of
Our Factory at Ann Arbor is One of
the Finest in the State
and it is equipped with every modern appliance
to insure uniformity of product
A SK FOR IT 4T YOUR FAVORITE FOUNTAIN

Music Notes

American bred and, tutored artist
musicians are rapidly gaining niches
in the hall of fame. A young man who
will bear considerable watching dur-
ing the coming season is Josef Stopak,
who will make his American debut a'
Carnegie hall on Saturday afternoon,
Oct. 16.
Stopak is a young American violin-
ist, who has spent his twenty-one
years entirely 'n America, serving
with distinction in the army for over
a year. His musical training has been
received in New York, where he has
been under the artistic guidance of
Jacques Thibaud, the eminent French
violinist. So great is Thibaud's faith
in the boy that he took him to Europe
this summer to put the finishing
touches to his artistic training. Thi-
baud immediately arranged for Stop-
ak's European debut, which took place
with great success at Scheveningen,
Switzerland, on Aug. 15. So success-
ful was this event that Stopak was
signed for a return solo appearance.
He also has many important engage-
ments in Belgium and France.
It is said that in adidtion to pos-
sessing a tone of great charm and a
splendid technical knowledge, Stopak
has an unusually. sound musical edu-
cation. This is clearly reflected in
the surety of his playing and the
convincing manner in which he in-
terprets his music.
Members of League Receive Badge
Life membership in the Women's
league is shown by a small, circular
gold pin with a band of blue enamel
around the edge and a tiny Roman
lamp in the centgr. Formerly alumnae
members of fthe league paid their dues
yearly, and had no special badge. Now
a payment of $10 constitutes an alum-
na a member )f the league for life
with the assurance that league liter-
ature will be mailed to her annually.
This is a new feature of the league,
and all members who are eligible are
urged by the president of the league
to become life members.

LeVerne

M~. Halsey

SIX YEARS AT COLONIAL COURT

J3UFFALO, N. Y.

ANNOUNCES THE OPENIN OF HIS ANN ARBOR
Daneing Studio.
21-22-23 WUERTH ARCADE
This Studio will be conducted under my own
personal supervision; teaching private lessons
exclusivelye
A Private Studio for each pupil; therefore
there will be no embarrassment.
. guarantee you to dance gracefully and artis-
tica ly in eight lessons.

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Silk Socks, two tone effect, Sat.
Special, $85c. Davis Toggery Shop,
119 S. Main St.-Adv.
Take your dancing lessons at the
Packard Academy. Phone 1850-F.-
Adv.

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