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CONVENIENCE

NTAINTWO FIRST-CLASS STORES
Street at Washington
Street at the Arcade

THURSDAY
7 :15--pperelass advisers meet in the
rading room on the second floor of
the Union.
7 :30-Important meeting of Alpha
Epsilon Mu in room 304 of the
Union.
8:00-There will be an open house so-
cial at the Bethlehem Evangelical
church, South Fourth Ave., near:
Packard. All students affiliated with
the Evangelical Synod of North Am-
erica are especially invited.
FRIDAY
8 :40-Dance for all Episcopal stu-
dents, Harris hall. Admission byI
card, only.

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DENTAL COATS

OVERALLS

As good looking as they are serviceable are the leather collars and cuffs
which trim the popular Country Club dresses for younger women - the latest
fad set by New York's best tailleurs. These comfortable jersey dresses, in
one and two piece style, may also be had with linen trimmings, if desired.
Hutzel's leads in presenting the latest in women's styles at the most mod-
erate prices. A large assortment of coats, suits, and dreses in a variety of
styles. Excellent values in flannel middy blouses and Tuxedo sweaters in
wools and silks.
Our dress accessories have that distinctive touch which .ids in making
our store the accepted headquarters for everything in women's wearing ap-
parel.

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ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M..

Junior Girls' play manuscripts
should be handed in to Elsa Oiesen,
'23, by Oct. 15.
Tryouts for junior and senior class
hockey teams will meet at ,5 o'clock
Monday, Oct. 3, in Barbour gymnas-
ium.
Girls who wish work may see Dean
Myra 14. Jordan at her office. Mrs.
Jordan's office hours will be 8 to 12
o'clock and 1:30 to 4 o'clock for thea
present.

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LIBERTY AT MAIN

FOR RENT
ENT-Suite for two, newly fur-
i, second floor. Twelve dollar
for nine, lessee going into fra-
y, will pay difference. Near
is. Snap. 332 E. Jefferson. 4-4
ENT-Suite, second floor, $8.00
'eek. Suite on first floor, run-
water, very pleasant, $10.00 per
913 E. Huron. Phone 1273-R. 4
ENT-Studentsrcan rent good
briters; rates reasonable. Un-'
od Typewriter Co., Rogers
Jackson, Mich. 2-3.
ENT-One front suite to one or
irl students. No other roomers.
blocks from campus, 1312 Ged-
ve. Phone 1168. 4
ENT-Just furnished very good
s and suites for $3.00, $4.00,
4.50 a student. 1107 S. State
'hone 1963-J. 3
DNT-Two large.well furnished
rooms, 1309 S. State St., oppo-
'erry field, with board if desir-
'hone 1072-J. 4
ENT- WeV furnished house,
location. Man and- wife only.
-nsible people. No children.
2196-R.. 4_2'
ENT-Large front suite with
ng water. $10.00 for two or
for three, 717 E. Huron St.
3240-R. 4
,ENT- Two nicely furnished
e rooms at $8.00 and $9.00, re-
vely. 1204 Oakland. Phone
4
ENT - A front suite of rooms
wo boys, two blocks from the
is, at 513 S. Division. Call
V_ 3-3
jNT-A desirable suite for two.
blocks from the campus. Rent
nable. Inquire at 909 E. Hur-
3-2
1NT-Two room suite, $6.00, no
en or other students in the
*nCall 1925-W or 1111 Prospect
4-2
ENT- Sharetin large double
-steam heat, desk. $4.50.
1194-M. 422 E. Washington.
3-3
ENT-Front suite and single
Steam heat. Breakfast if
d. 517 S. Division St. 4

- WANTED
WANTED-Twelve boarders, $6.00 per
week for two meals a day. No break-
fasts.BGood home cooking. Inquire,
Mrs. Batdorff. 1213 Willard. St., or
phone 1456-W. 2-4
WANTED - Room-mate. Very nice
suite, $5.50 per week each. Some
one interested in literary work pre-
ferred. Box G. E. D., Mich. Daily. 4'
WANTED - Twelve boarders, good
home cooking. Some in south-east
section preferred. 1135 Lincoln Ave.
Phone 544-R. 4-2
WANTED-Room-mate- white- by
Junior lit, two blocks from campus.
1204 E. Washington St. Call 1047-R.
3-2
WANTED--To buy. a canoe at a reas-
onable price. Possession to be had
at once. Call Hayes, 1328. 2-3
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.
J. Allen. 3-2
WANTED - .Students washing and
ironing. Call 2569. 110 N. Ingalls. 24
WANTED-Experienced cook, private
family. Phone 191. 4
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Ford roadster 1921 mod-
el, starter, electric lights, demount-
able rims,, extra tire and rim, wheel.
lock, accelerator. .,$275 cash. Box
F. E., Daily. 4
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FOR SALE--For "open sedan." ,1916
model. Good non-skid tires. $115.
Call 1855, Spier and Smith. 3-2
FOR SALE - Conn C Melody saxa-
phone. Fine condition. 224 S.
Thayer St. '1612-U. 4
FOR SALE-Remington Visible Type-
writer in good condition. Price $40.
635 Tappan Ave. 3-3
LOST
LOST-Jeweled Phi Kappa Psi pin on
Lincoln Ave, Initials on back. Re-
ward. Return to Daily Office. Box
R. T. H. 2-3
LOST-A comb set with blue- stones
on Saturdaytnear Union.HReturn to
office of Betsy Barbour House. 3-2

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Any person wishing to have typ
writing or stenographic work don
may get in touch with experienc
girls wishing to do this kind of wor
by notifying Mrs. Jordan's secretar
Chaperones for the dances this wee
end are to be as follows: at the U
ion -K Friday night, Mrs. E.C
Heartt; Saturday night, Mrs. H.{
Berger; at the Armory-Friday nigh
Mrs. Yates Adams; Saturday nigh
'Mrs. H. B. Lazzell; at the Packard
Friday night, Mrs. Martha Hills; ,Sa
urday night, Mrs. H. W. Cake.
All University girls are invitedt
Y. W. C. A. teas from 3:30 to
o'clock Thursday and Friday afte
noons to meet Miss Mary Ross, ge
eral secretary of the Y. W. C. A.c
Northwestern university.
Information may be obtained at t
Y. W. C. A. office at Newberry hall
all hours of the day.
Tryouts for the University Scho
of Music Girls' Glee club will be he
from 10 to 11 o'clock Saturday, Oct.
and from 3:30 to 5:30 o'clock, Thur
day, Oct. 4.
Junior and freshman girls are i
vited to the junior adviser dinner f
freshmen at 6 o'clock Monday, Oct.
at Barbour gymnasium.
Senior Society Makes Plans For Yea
A- meeting of the Senior society wa
held at 5 o'clock Wednesday afterno
in Helen Newberry residence. A
rangements were made for an old gi
to call on each new upperclass gir
and plans to make her feel at hom
here were discussed.
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PUBLISHERS OF THE MICHIGAN SONG BOOK

508 LOST-Mendel ward-robe trunk, green
VT-Suite at508 S. Division. with brown. trim. Makers number
t to manan.- wife with work 49337. Call Litzenberger, 1830-J. 4-3
payment. _3-2 "--__
NT- One single, one double LOST-Four $5.00 chemistry labora-
Inquire at 808 Catherine. tory c upons. Call Newcombe at
2004-W. 4-2
NT-Pleasant single room OLST - Gold medal, engraved, high
Calla t 2 .ni i p 1921, S. R. Lee, 445 Second. 4-2
1227-M. 83 MISCELLANEOUS
'IT-Double or triple rooms 3OARD--Six dollars for three meals,
h side of Union, 523 E. Mad- X5.00 for two meals. Home cooking.
. 3-2 Mrs. F. M. Cilley, 314 E. William.
Phone 2121-A_.3-3
'T-Pleasant single room, one -P- _2- - 3
rom campus, 1122 Washten- HOME MADE salads, salad dressing,
4-2, andwiches and cakes for that lunch.-
Voeon or midnight spread. Phone
- Double room, private i'1627-W. 2-3
219 S. Ingalls St. 4 1--- 2-3
TWO STUDENTS, energetic and re-
'T-Room. Good sized single sponsibe to sell food product in
04 Mary Court. 4-3 wide demand to housewives, restaur-
FOUND ants, etc., throughout the college
year. Write stating sales experience
A bill. of certain denomina- to C. E. Shaffner Company, 1711 Ford
ar campus. Call 436-M. 4-2 Bldg., Detroit. 4-21

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