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tHe MICHIGAN DAILY

N PROFIT BY
ARSHIP LOAN

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ne women have taken advantage
ie Lucinda Stone scholarship fund
this semester, borrowing a total
.,125. There is $200 left from this
. Two loans were made from the
Florence Huson fund and two from
Jane Turner fund. These loans
d from $100 to $200.
ice there are several more loans
3 awarded, any women who are in-
ted should call at the office of the
of women for details. The money

is loaned without interest until one
year following graduation.
NORTH CAROLINA MAN WILL
TALK ON MILTON, TUESDAY
James H. Hanford, professor of Eng-
lish in the University of North Caro-
lina, will speak on "John Milton's
Studies: Reconstruction," at 4:15
o'clock, March 22, in Natural Science
auditorium. This will be a Univer-
sity lecture.
Lightweight imported golf hose.
$3.00 upward. Wild & Co., State St.-
Adv.

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New

Hat

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for Women

-at-

WJomen
Chaperones for the dances provided
by the office of the dean of women for
this weekend will be as follows: At
the Union-Mrs. Yates Adams. At
the Armory-Miss Martha Hills.
Hours will be arranged later for
interclass basketball practice Thurs-
day and Friday of next week.
Basketball practice for first and sec-
ond teams will be held as follows:
Sophomores, 5 o'clock Monday; sen-
iors, 5 o'clock Tuesday; freshmen, 2
o'clock Wednesday; juniors, 3 o'clock
Wednesday.
Senior society will meet at 7:15
o'clock Monday night at Betsy Bar-
bour house.
The Association of Collegiate Alum-
nae invites the public to be present at
a meeting at 3 o'clock this aft-
ernoon in the Natural Science audi-
torium. Miss Virginia Murray, an of-
ficer of the women's division of the
Detroit police department, will be the
principal speaker.
Miss Harriet Wild, director of phy-
sical education for the bureau of so-
cial education of the national Y. W.
C. A., will talk on "Health Standards
in Their Relation to the Trained Wom-
an," at 8 o'clock Monday night in1
Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Letters have been sent out from the
office of the dean of women asking
that all women on the warned or pro-
bation lists see Dean Myra B. Jordan
in that connection.
Dean Myra B. Jordan will not be at
home to the women of the University
on Tuesdays hereafter.
ALUMNAE GUESTS OF HONOR
AT LEAGUE'S TEA DANCE
An atmosphere of expectation char-
acterized the tea dance given by the
board of directors of the Women's
league yesterday afternoon in honor
of alumnae who are' in Ann Arbor for
the Junior Girls' play. A number of
"Mothers" were present
Marguerite Clark, '21, Aletha Yerkes,
'21, and Esther Pafenbach, '21, pour-
ed tea while girls from the Goodrich,
O'Hara, Cannon, and Alice Freeman
Palmer houses assisted. More than
100 girls were present.
Sunday night specials. Both Amer-
ican and Chinese, for your entertain-
ment. Chinese Gardens.-Adv.

Pyramid Press: Publishers
1416 Broadway,
N\ew York City
Gentlemen:-Enclosed herewith
is $5.00 for which kindly send
me your shorthand course in
ten easy lessons by mati. It is
understood that at the ena of
five days, I am not satisfied my
money will be gladly refunded.
Name ........................
Street .......................
City and State.............
Thne Smartest
For Easter
Our Easter millinery display
offers a remarkable gathering.
All the most-wanted materials
and trimmings are represented.
It is a showing, which, quality
and price considered, is unsur-
passable!
Puyear & Hintz
328 South Main Street

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Ann Arbor's Finest Restaurant
LIKE A KING LIKE A QUEEN
c Come in sit down to clean sanitary places, give
your order to a, waiter, listen to music for a couple
of minutes, eat-the best cooked food in town and
then pay less.
That is What You Do Here
601 E. Liberty
ttlltlill I~t lll11 ItlItilltllilflltlltil 1lll tt11i ~I I tt ll ttll l 1t1Iti illlflN Hll

A SHORTER
SHORTHAND SYSTEM
IN TEN EASY LESSONS
This course covers ten easy lessons
which will enable the Student, Pro-
fessor, Journalist, Doctor, Lawyer or
anyone seeking a professional career,
to go thru life with 100 per cent effi-
ciency.
THIS COURSE
Is short and inexpensive, and is
given with a money back guarantee
if not satisfied.
Send This Clipping Today

S0. D. and Khaki Riding - Sport Breeches a
Cordovan and Wrap Puttees
Munson Army and'Dress Shoos
O. D. and Khaki Shirts
Army Blankets, Leather Jerkins, Pup Tents, Barracks Bags,
Hip Rubber Boots, Mess Cans, Canned Fruit, Meats, etc.
ARMY SURPLUS' STORE 213 North 4th Ave. =
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DANA RICHARDSON

I 15 EAST LIBERTY

STREET

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Ann Ar Ma y Fesival
Public Sale o Course Tickets
All Course Tickets not ordered by mail will be placed on
public sale at the University School of Music, beginning
Saturday Morning at 8:00 o'clock, March 19.

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Today Marks the Opening of a

Six

Concerts

- - Four Days

New

Economy

May 18, 19, 20, 21

ARTISTS

Lucrezia Bori, Rosa Ponselle, Florence Hinkle, Sopranos;
Cyrena Van Gordon, Merle Alcock, Contraltos; Orville
Harrold, Charles Marshall, Lambert Murphy, Tenors;
Arthur Middleton, Theodore Harrison, Chase B. Sikes,
Baritones; Gustav Holmquist, Bass; Fannie Bloomfield-
Zeisler, Pianist.
University Choral Union, Albert A. Stanley, conductor, a
ho rnus of children, George Oscar Bowen, eonductor, Chicago
Symphony Orchestra, Frederick .Stock, conductor.
H~is THIS
COLMNLASS 1Ff fl COLUMN
CLOSES IGCLOSES
AT 3 P.M ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

Basement
In which Ready-to-Wear Ap-
parel of High Quality Will be
Sold at Prices that are Very Low

Come to Teet's Dining Rooms, 805
E. Huron St. for your Sunday Night
Lunches.-Adv.
YOU HAVE WRITTEN POEMS!I
Do you care to have them revised
or constructively criticised by suc-
cessful authors? If you do, then send
us your manuscript (stories, articles
or poems). We will criticise, and
place them should they prove to be
acceptable for publication.
There is ho actual charge for our
services. If, however, you have not
previously enrolled with the advisory
department of this association, we re-
quest that you enclose the initial fee
of two dollars, which we must ask of
each new contributor. There is no
additional expense, no future obliga-
tion.
It must be realized that we can only
be of aid to those of serious intent, If
you do mean to strive for literary auc-
cess, we can help you in many ways.
Our services are yours until we have
actually succeeded in marketing at
least one of your manuscripts. Send
something to-day!
Please enclose return postage with
your communications.
NATIONAL LITERARY
ASSOCIATIONr
131 W.d39th St., New York City
Advisory Department

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As indicative of the values that are
here we direct your attention to the

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Silk

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Silk Blouses

$5 Each

FO SALE
R SALE-A new Spring top-coat-
dler Rochester make-size 36 large.
,ost $50.00. Never been worn. You
an buy it for $25.00 at GLEN, the
Tailor, 631 East University. 114-3
R SALE-New Corona Typewriter.
Price $50.00. 400,000 in use. Easy
erms if desired. Other typewriters
aken in exchange. 0. D. Morrill, 17
Uickel's Arcade. 13

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Small black leather combina-
tion bill fold and coin purse con-
taining three tickets for C'est la
Guerre, bills and change, in south-
east part of town. Call 1192-W.
- 114-3
LOST--The person who took a lady's
hat and umbrella from a cloakroom
of the Engineering building, Thurs-
day afternoon has been seen and is
asked to, return same immediately.
116-2

O NE of these blouses at $5.00
should be yours. There are
exactly 100 in the allot-
ment. Fashioned of crepe de
chine and georgette crepe in flesh,
white, brown, navy blue, honey-
dew and the new colors of the
spring season. Styles are the lat-
est. Trimming is effected in ac-
cordance with the newest vogues.
The price is unusually low for
the opening day..

Undergarments
Low-pr*ced
A DEPARTURE from the
ordinary is the establish-
ment of a silk under-ar-
ment section in our new Economy
Basement. Here the college girl
may find smart underwear of silk
at extremely modest prices. For
example, glove silk vests are
priced as low as $1.9; enve-
lope chemises of fine crepe de
chines, plain or, fancy, are $2.29;
-and other remarkable values.

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SALE-Banjo-mandolin (Bruno)
instrument. Will sell at reason-
e price, leather case included.
1 2410, or 1460. E. E. Meyers.
116-3

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SALE-Law library of the late
dge Stevens of Flint. $1,000 cash.
any standard works. Bargain.
dress 311 East Court St., Flint.
116-5
WANTED
VTED-Telegraph Operators. Stu-
its part time shifts. Local brok-
and bond house is installing pri-
te New York wire and will neces-
ate a keen operator to send and
eive quotations on stocks, bonds,
: foreign moneys. Apply Langley
ldner & Co., National Bank Bldg.
116-2
TED- A roommate to share a
te of rooms at 444 So. State St.
:ht across from the campus. Steam
t. Non-smoker only. 114-3
TED-Family and bundle wash-
Drona carda nd willcal ,nor

LOST-Leather Notebook in cloak-
room Union basement. Contains
notes in Ec. 32, 33, 34, Geology la,
31; 420 Maynard. Reward. 116
LOST-Silver Eversharp pencil be-
tween Natural Science building and
'Tappan 14all. Finder call 1058-R.
116-2
WANTED
WANTE r-To exchange two Saturday
evening tickets, first floor, for two
Saturday afternoon tickets to Jun-
ior Play. Call 2650-W. 115-2
WANTED-Sewing woman by day or
week. Apply The Wisteria Shop,
330 Maynard. 115-2
MISCELLANEOUS
WILL PERSON who took an Allen &
Bursley text book on Heat Engines
from Room 311, Eng. ,Bldg., ''hurs-
day, March 17, return 'it to Beattie,
114 N. Ingalls. Phone 855-J. 116
IF INTERESTED in profitable Sum-
mer work, see Bald at 1034 E. Hur-
on St. Phone 2024-R, 111-6

BASE BALL
GE T INTO
THE GAME
WrrH
SPALDING
EQUIPMENT
GLOVES, MITTS,
BATS, BALLS, ETC.
Qor catair,$na 4a nowraady.
t's youl's fur tho ask E.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
911 c lbef4. 0 S i I

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Suits, Coats, Dresses, Skirts and many
apparel accessories are also included

L 1 6. at e t., iicagU,iII
Trubey.
Home-made Candies
and Box Candies
Discount on Box Candies
218 S. MAIN STREET
Phone 166

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124 South Mai Street

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