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USTRIAL QUESTION
DISCUSSED BY WOMEN;

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- "Hiking and Mountain Climbing"
lay was the subject of the talk by Dr. Cora
ad J. Best before the athletic section of
the Faculty Women's club on Satur-
day afternoon. From 3 to 4 o'clock the
tus members, led by Dr. Best, took a cross
nay country hike around the boulevard.
12 Following the hike, a meeting was
held at the home of Mrs. Walter B.
Ford, where Dr. Best, introduced by
Mrs. R. H. Curtiss, chairman of the
ess section, spoke.'
nal Dr. Best who is a member of nearly
at all the United States and Canadian
,14- Alpine and mountain climbing clubs,
the told of some of her thrilling experi-
sh- ences while climbing in the Canadian
Rockies near Lake Louise. She also
explained the correct hiking attire,
will stating that to be properly clad added
4 much to the enjoyment of the hike.
2.
ok CORNELL DEAN. OF WOMEN TO
far BE GUEST OF DEAN JORDAN

FRESH LITS NOTICE
Freshman lits are requested to
mail their class dues to D. E.
Johnson, 1443 Washtenaw ave-
nue at, once. No applications
for Fresh Frolic tickets will be
considered unless dues are paid.

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STUDENTS LUNCH
409 EAST JEFFERSON

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Unemployment and the right of ev-
ery women to a means of livelihood
and self-maintainance were the sub-
jects of animated discussions at both'
sessions of the Student-Industrial con-
ference held at Newberry hall on Sun-
day. Budgets for industrial girls were
considered at length and the girls
drew from their own experiences in
showing the differences between a liv-
ing wage and a mere existing wage.
The conference held here is a part
of a movement which is being taken
up in colleges and universities all
over this country and England, in an
attempt to share the responsibility of
studying problems of vital importance
to every young woman. By talkin4
things over and exchanging view
points on the different questions which
confront women of today they hope to
help each other and approach an ade-
quate solution of some of their mutual
problems.

with ANN
FAMOUS HAWAIIAN S
GARRICK

TELEPHONE I14 F-

OPEN 6:30 A. m.
TILL11.00 P°. .

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Calkins-F1etcher Drug Co.
invite the inspection of
TREBOR ;ig
PIES

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CORN WELe
Solvay and Gas Cc

eorgia White, dean of women
1 university, will be Dean
guest on Saturday and Sun-
is week. She will probably
the speakers at the annual
for Michigan womenxon Sat-

Ivory
stopper
in 'the stem
stops all
moisture

ANN ARBOR GOLF COURSE
NOT OPEN. TILL APRIL

PHONES:. 2207 and 81 Fl

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Miss White took her bachelor's and
doctor's degrees at Cornell and taught
political economy six years at Smith
college. Later she became the first
dean of women at Michigan Agricul-
"ural college.
"RIDER for PENS."-Adv.

. The Ann Arbor Golf and Out-
ing club gives notice that its
course is closed to everyone un-
til April 1 on account of the bad
condition of the ground. It is
expected that regular members
can begin playing at that date.
Student members must secure
playing rights before presenting
themselves at the course. No-
tice wilndbe given in The Daily
this week as to when and where
theseplaying rights can be ob-
tained.

Agents for the United States and Canada
GROSVENOR NICHOLAS & CO., Inc.
12 East 48th Street New York City

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'irst National
Bank
Organized in 1863
3 per cent Paid on
Savings Deposits
lest National Bank in

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Dry Cleaning is washin
your garments in, Benzo
or Gasoline. We us
Benzol exclusively.

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H. A. SANDERS,
Secretary.

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SLEEP ANYWHRER, BUT
EAT AT REX'S
' THE CLUB LUNCH
712 Arbor Street
Year State and- Packard Streets

Inn Arbor's Only Cleaners NOT Using Gaso

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PHONE "nuk
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FREEI

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A Propelling

PENCIL
with each
FOUNTAIN

Matinee 2:00, 3:30
Adults 20c, Kiddies I 04

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Evening 7:C
Adults SOc, K

PEN sale.

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Our stock includes
well known makes,
such as
Waterman
Conklin
Sheaff er
and others. $1.50 up,
Call and see the
D UNN pen
It holds as much ink
as three ordinary
pens,

LAST TIME TODAY

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T HE screen's most fascinating comedienne in a mile-a-minute com-
edy-drama.
A twelve o'clock romance in a nine o'clock town. A trade war
between a he-modiste and a she-haberdasher. Country frumps en-
ticed into buying Paris gowns, old "Billy goats" vamped into buying
"'freshmen's" clothes.
Laughs, laughs, laughs and more laughs sandwiched in between

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ANN ARBOR

SHOE
HAT

SHINING
Repairing,
Cleaning
Blocking

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O. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade
Stationery and Typewritcr Store

Satisfaction
625 EAST

Guaranteed
LIBERTY

real thril
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in a "Col
ever had.

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They're bigger - They'r better

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Why those big delicious
Cream Fried Cakes

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ris May and Harry Myers (who made the whole nation roar
nnecticut Yankee") playing the greatest comedy parts they
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A RETURN OF
CLYDE C001

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that you buy at

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The Ann Arbor Creamery
PHONE 664 We Deliver 123 W. LIBERTY

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