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Jordan's office hours will be 8 to 12
o'clock and 1:30 to 4 o'clock for the
present.
All first year women are required to
attend a meeting at 4 o'clock Wednes-

lay afternoon, Sept. z8, in Sa
well Angell hall, to meet the
women. Everyone is urged

to

prompt. Girls wishing work a
-- . stencgraphers are aske
Senior society will meet at 5 o'clock the office of the dean of

Haberdashery

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8 Nickels Arcade

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A Women's league party will be
held at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday eve-
ning in Barbour gymnasium for all
University women. There will be a pro-
gram followed by dancing and re-
freshments.
Juniorn Girls' play manuscripts
should be Itanded in to .Elsa Oiesen,
'23, by Oct. 15.
Tryouts for junior and senior class
hockey teams *ill meet at 5 o'clock
Monday, Oct. 3, in Barbour gymnas-
ium.
Girls who wish workemay see Dean
Mlyra -B. Jordan at her office. -M'rs.
TAILOE
to MEASURE
Our tailoring is quality stuff
thru and thru; looks good,
wears good; costs you less-
the saving is worth while.
SUITS
with EXTRA
TROUSERS
To prove our big values we
offer you an all wool, suit
with extra trousers at about
the. same price that others
ask for a suit alone. Extra
trousers pay; it means double
wear.
Surprising
Values
Tailoring bought here costs
less to begin with, costs you
less in the long run; the
workmanship is there; the
style is there, everything you
want for-satisfaction.

ajestic Sting Sunday

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Cecil B. De Mile's

GREATEST PRODUCTION

COMING TO THE

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WITH TIE M% T iMPOSING
CAST EVER ASSEMBLED iN ONE PICTURE

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THIS
COLUMN
CLOSES.

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R RENT
ceptionally large, light
422 E. Huron. Phone
two and three men.
You will, be pleased
2-2
udents can rent good
rates reasonable. Un-
>ewriter Co., Rogers
n, Mich. 2-3
st furnished very good
uites for $3.00, $4.QO,
tudent. 1107 S. State
63-J. 3

WANTED
WANTED-Boarders by day or week.
1021 E. Huron St. $7.00 per We'ek
for three meals. $6.00 per week for
2 meals. Single meals 50c. $1.25
per day. Special tables for clubs.
2-21
WANTED-Twelve boarders, $6.00 per
week for two meals a day. No break-
fasts. -Good home cooking. Inquire,
Mrs. Batdorff. 1213 Willard St., or
phone 1456-W. 2-4
WANTED-Room-mate- white-- by
Junior lit, two blocks from campus.
1204 E. Washington St. Call 1047-R.
3-2

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GLORIA SWANSON WALLACE REID 'AGNES AYERS
BEBE DANIELS MONTE BLUE POLLY MORAN JULIA FAYE WANDA HAWLEY
THEODORE ROBERTS RAiYMOND HATTON TIIEODIORE KOSLOFF
IT,.IS ENOUGH STARS FOR TEN PICTURES
SEE THEM ALL IN THIS ONE
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ont rooin. In-
or graduate
Jo other room-
2-2

WANTED-Good tenor
ist for church work.
Division St. Phone-

and bass solo-
Apply 312 5.
212-J. 1-3

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-Double room at 1113 Col-
ne-half block from cam-
onable prices. Phone
3'
A large front room suit-
udents. Prices reason-
N. Fifth Ave. Phone
31
A suite suitable for three
to campus. Prices right.
9 Church St., or phone
. 3-2
- A front suite of rooms
ys, two blocks from the
513 S. Division. Call
3-3
A desirable suite for two.!
fromg the campus. Renti
Inquire at 909 E. Hur-
3-2
- Share in large double
m heat, desk. $4.50.1
-M. 422 E. Washington.
3-3
Rooms. Suite ,and warm'
room for ladies or man
910 E. Washington. 3
-Two single rooms with!
rch; off S. State, reas-
11 1834-W.42-2
- Single rooms, cheap.;
914 Mary St., near State
d Sts. 3
Suite at 508 S. Division.
man and wife with work
nent;, 3-2
-Pleasant single room
at 1220 E. Univetsity.
-M. 3
-Double or triple rooms
le of Union, 523 E. Mad-
3-2
Single room for instruc-
uate. 1316 Geddes. 3
LOST
ed Phi Kappa Psi pin on
Initials on back. Re-
rn to Daily Office. Box!
2-3
mesh bag near Arcade
on campus. Return to
versity or call 115. Re-
3
b set with blue stones
r near Union. Return to
sy Barbour House. 3-21

WANTED-To buy a canoe at a reas-
onable price. Possession to be had
at once. Call Hayes, 1328. 2- 3
WANTED-Students washing-ladies
or gentlemen. Phone 1013-M. 212
N. Fifth Ave. 3
WANTED-Student girl to work meal
times for board. Apply 816 E. Wash-
ington St. 3
WANTED--Club of 20 or 25 to board
for school year. Box R. W., Mich-
igan Daily. 2-3
WANTED-Second hand bicycle. Must
be in good shape. Phone 1195-W. H.
IJ. Allen. 3-2
WANTED - Students washing and
ironing. Call 2569. 110 N. Ingalls. 2-3
WANTED-Room-mate for room two
blocks from campus. 110 S. Ingalls. 3
FOR SALE
FOR SALE- Ford-1921 Model-de-
mountable rims-five tires, brand
new steering wheel lock-accelera-
tor. $275 cash. Box E. E., Daily. 3
FOR SALE--Encyclopedia Brittanica,
latest handy edition, hardly used.
Less than half priced. 29 Volumes.
$50.00. 1207 Willard. .2-2
FOR SALE - Drawing instruments,
slide rule, leather case-all is good
condition with reasonable prices. 537
Thompson. 3
FOR SALE-One new set of Dietzgen
drawing instruments (-ngineering)
reasonable. Call Sturm, 1920-J. 3

BE MEASURED
NOW

M GOODYEAR & COMPANY

ALBERT GANSLE

113 SOUTH,

MAIN ST.

(SECOND FLOOR)
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You will admit it

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tried them.

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The Fountain Room Beautiful
Betsy Ross Shop
NICKEL s ARCADE

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silhouette transforming the modes of the new
season into'something entirely different from
their predecessors.

FOR SALE-For "open sedan."
model. Good non-skid tires.
Call 1855. Spur and Smith.

1916
$115.
3-9

FOR SALE-Two complete sets of en-
gineers drawing instruments,
boards, etc. Box J. B., Daily. 2-2
FOR SALE-Remington Visible Type-
writer in good 'condition. Prige $40.
635 Tappan Ave. 3-3
FOR SALE--A set of Dietzgen draw-
ing Instruments. Call 431 E. Uni-
versity. 3
MISCELLANEOUS
BOARD-Six dollars for three meals,
$5.00 for two meals. Home cooking.
Mrs. F. M. Cilley, 314 E. William.
Phone 2121-M. 3-3
HOME MADE. salads, salad dressing,
sandwiches and cakes for that lunch-
eon -or midnight spread. Phone
1627-W. 2-3

)USCELLANIfQUS
THE WALLACE Adjustable Lamp is
being sold through agents for the
first time; the best advertised elec-
tric lamp in the country; organize
a sales force and clean itp with this
unique opportunity; house to house
,men and women are selling 30 a day;
big margin of profit to divide with
your men; lamps sell on sight, eight
beautiful finishes, eight feet of silk
cord, hangs, jclamps, stands any-
where. Write today before territory
is closed. Wallace Sales Co., 149
Broadway, New York City. 3-21.
FOUND
FOUND-A gold plated pencil. Ever-
unarp. Initials W. J. A. Owner may
have same by calling at 609 Monroe
St. and paying for this ad. 2-2

O UR designers know all these fashion
fancies; they speak with the voice of
authority and express their edicts in ap-
parel of charm and distinction - espe-
Cially to be desired by the young , oman
of college years.

Downtown -- at 124 South Main

Street

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DANCES FRiDAY AND SATURDI

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