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City Y.W.C.A.
Opens Cafeteria

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Custom Tailor
14 NICKELS ARCADE

Junior Girls' play manuscripts Excellent service, superior quality
should be handed in to Elsa Oiesen, home cooking, and the usual Y. W. C.
'23, by Oct. 15. A. low prices on food will prevail at
- the new cafeteria which is to be form-
Tryouts fof junior and senior class ally opened to .men and women by the
hockey teams will' meet at 5 o'clock, city Y. W. C. A. at noon today.
Monday, Oct. 3, in Barbour gym'nas The hour fo ervng are fm 11:30
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- ~s-C-ANDIRts
STEAM &GAS FITTING
_ TELEPHONE 214-F1
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KNICKERS TUXEDOS
RIDING BREECHES
EVENING CLOTHES
GOLF SUITSa
WHITE FLANNEL VESTS
AND TROUSERS

Here TheyAre! ,_

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The surprisingly new
French - English squared
toe oxfords-originated by
Walk-Over dekigners.
Smartly low heeled. Women
have been seeking just
such a style innovation.
soft, very flexible Scotch
Grain. The smartest walk-
ing shoe in many seasons.
R. J. HOFFSTETTER
115 South Main Street

Girls who wish work may see Dean
Myra B. Jordan at, her offce.
Any person wishing to have type-
writing or stenographic work done
may get in touch with experienced
girls wishing to do this kind of work
by notifying Mrs. Jordan's secretary.
Chaperones for the dances this week
end are to be as follows: at the Un-
ion-Mrs. H. G. Berger; at the Arin-
ory-Mrs. H. B. Lazzell; at the Pack-
ard-Mrs. H. W. Cake.
All University girls are invited to
a Y. W. C. A. tea from 3:30 to 6
o'clock Friday afternoon to meet Miss;
Mary Ross, general se'cretary of the Y.
W. C. A. of Northwestern university.O.
Information may be obtained at the;
Y. W. C. A. office at Newberry hall at
all hours of the day.
Tryouts for the University School
of Music Girls' Glee club will be held
frem 10 to 11 o'flock Saturday, Oct. 1,
and from 3:30 to 5:10 o'clock, Thurs-
day, Oct. 4.
Junior and freshman grls are in-
vited to the junior adviser dinner for
freshmen at 6 .o'clock Monday, Oct. 3,
at Barbour gymnasium.
A student's athletic book has been
found and turned in to the office ok the
dean of women. The ownermay re-
ceive it by applying to Miss Sherman,
Mrs. Jordan's secretary.
A sorority pledge pin which cannot
be identified. has been broug1t in to
Mrs. Jordan's secretary, where it may
be found by the owner..

tO O C tclc and r om 5to 7o o
on week days, and from 12 to 2 o'clock
on Sundays. During October, the
cafeteria will be open each Saturday
from 11:30 until 7 o'clock continuous-
ly.
Accommodations may be secured for
parties, luncheons, afternoon teas, and
banquets. Home baked goods may be
purchased after a reasonable length of
notice to the director.
Health Service Reports Few Calls
UJniversity students are in good
physical condition this year in the
opinion of Dr. Warren E. Forsythe, of
the Health service. There have been
the usual number of calls at the dis-
pensary. for the treatment of minor
cuts and bruises, but nothing of a
serious nature has appeared yet this
yekr.
Only three students are under
treatment at ,the University hospital
at the present time.
Visible Remington typewriters for
sale. $35.00 up. 711 N. Univ., 2nd
floor.-Adv.

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USE OUR OPTICAL DEPT.

EYES EXAMINED

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Broken lenses replaced the same day you leave them.
Gold and Shell Frames Repaired.

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FULLER

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BLACK ANR BROWN-$9.50

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CLOSES
ADVERTISING , AT 3 P.M.

Law text books. .new and second
hand, at WahT's, 316 S. State St.-Adv.
Shorthand, Typewriting, Secre-
tarial, and Commercial Courses.
New Term - Oct. 3rd
I HAMILTON
BUSINESS COLLEGE
'A Reliable Jeweler
1 ,12 South Main
WS. MILLS
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
OFFICE:
616 First National Bank Bldg.
Phone 321-F1
SiOrhand, Typewriting, Secre.
tt al, and Commercial-Coaurses.
New '+erm -Oci. 3rd
IIA'4ILTON 0 ,
UUSINESS COLLEGE

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Royal Master Model Typewr

FULLER, STATE STREET JEWEL.

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WANTED
[-Boarders by day or week.
. Huron St. $7.00 per week
ee meals. $6.00 per week for
1. Single meals 50c. $1.25
y. Special tabled for clubs.
2-21
D - Work between classes
g cars in order. Applicant is
Sweeney's Automobile School
Experienced. Archie Morley,
Tashtenaw. Phone 1576-R. 5-2
D - Student Washing, ladies
ntlemen, to do at home. First
work. Colored lady. Phone
5-3
D-Board job, one, two, or
meals. One year experience in
nity. Phone 2459,-M, evenings.
6
D-A desirable student wants
nate in pleasant suite at 429
ision. Good location. 5-3
M-Home board, fine men stu-
$6.00 per week. Inquire 623
ision. 5-2
MD-Club of 20 or 25 to board
hool year. Box R. W., Michi-
aily. 6-2
ID-To fire your furnace. Ful-
>erienced. Phone 215-M. Kel-
6-2
D- Students' and nurses'
ry at 329 S. Seventh St. 6
FOA SALE
LLE - Several Dodge Broth-
'ourings, prices from $250 to
Ford Chassis just what you
for Speedsters, priced, very
See these and get our prices
erms before you buy a used
Ann Arbor Garage, 206 -W.
i St., dealers in Dodge Broth-
Motor Cars. 5-
\LE-A fraternity building site.
>f the best in the city. L. D.
17 A. Al Sav. Bank Bldg. 6-3
ALE - Hammond typewriter.
condition with three type shut-
25. Phone 2139-R. 6
ALE- Two invisible Reming-
one for $5; one for $7.50. /711
iversity, 2nd floor,_Room 2. 6
ALE-Willys six, wire wheels.
ondition. Only $375. Apply
krbor Nash Co. 6

FOR RENT x
FOR RENT-Suite for two, newly fur-
nished, second floor. Twelve dollar
suite for nine, lessee going into fra-
ternity will pay difference. Near
campus. Snap. 332 E. Jefferson. 4-4
FOR RENT - Share in large front
suite. Steams heat, desks. Also
roommate wanted for double room.
Phone 1194-M. 422 E. Washing-
ton. 6-3
FOR RENT-Two large well furnished
front rooms, 1309 S. State St., oppo-.
site Ferry Field, with board if de-
sired. Phone 2196-4. 4-21
FOR RENT - Fine newly furnished
single room. Also other rooms.'
Reasonable.Four blocks from cam-
pus. 1107 So. State.
FOR RENT-Large light rooms. Just
opened. Steam heat, rooms kept
warm., Two blocks from campus.
422 E. Huron. 6-4
FOR RENT-Double room and suite
for two or three, steam heated. Two'
blocks from campus. 311 Thomp-
son.
FOR RENT-Fuinished rooms, 2 sing1-
es $4 each; one double $7.50. Phone
579-M._1212_E. University. 6
FOR RENT-A large room at $10 for
3 or $12 for 4. Two blocks from
campus. 507 E. Liberty. 6
FOR RENT-Suite, three blocks fdom
campus Steam heat. $10.00. Phone
233-J. 5-2
FOR RENT-Nice furnished suite, 2nd
floor. 924 E. Ann. 1288-W. 6-3

There are several positions open to
girls who wish to work in private fam-
ilies cooking and serving dinner, fronx
4 o'clock in the afternoon on. Miss
Sherman, Mrs. Jordan's secretary, will
be glad to talk to girls who wish work
of this kind.
Dean Myra B. Jordan will receive
the women of thc freshman class at 4
o'clock on Monday afternoon, in a
meeting which is primarily intended
to acquiant the.members of the class
xvith one another, and to form plans
for class organization.

Rent a Maste
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$3.00 aMonth
4 Months, $10.00

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STUDENTS!
A REAL OPPORTUNITY
Do you want to save three or
four dollars on high-grade guar-
anteed shoes l Call at my sam-
ple, room, 712 First Nat'l Bank
Bldg., or phone 2849-J for ap-
pointment.

ROYAL TYPEWRITER CO., I6
- A. C. Stimson, Representative
421 S. Division Strdet

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FOR RENT-Single rooms. 424 So.
Fifth Ave. Price reasonable. 6
FOR RENT-Attractive double room.
Reasonable. 915 E. Ann. 6-2
FOR RENT-One suite, one block from
campus. ,Phone 2143-J. * 5-2
FOR RENT-Room. Good sized single
room, 604 Mary Court. 4-3
LOST
LOST-A pocketbook with money and
personal visiting cards in it. Last
Thursday morning, somewhere
around State St., or campus. Finder
please notify 1001 S. State St. or
phone 1872-J. , 6
LOST-Gold bar pin with 1Harvard
seal. Please return to Margaret
Gam'ble, Martha Cook Bldg, Phone,
627. Reward. 6-3
LOST-Leather note book withi name,
initials of which are T, E. D. Please
call 1505. 6-2
LOST-Four $5.00 chemistry labora'
tory coupons. Call Newcombe at
5-M. 4-3
LOST-Silver fountain pen with initi-
als E. S. H. Call Miss Hoyt, 2226-M.
5-3
LOST--A pair non-rim nose glasses.
Call Smith, 2738. 6

ALL NEW WOMEN-
TO HAVE ADVISOR.S
All entering upperclass women are
being assigned advisers either from
the sophomore or the senior cMass.
Gamilla Hayden, 1'22, has charge of
the senior advisers while Doris Crouse,
'24, is in charge of the work being
done by the sophomore class. The
work of these committees-comes under
.that of the intercollegiate committee
of the Women's league and is similar
to that done by, the junior advisers
for the freshman women.
As soons as- the file of names of en-
tering upperclass women is complete,
definite hours will be announced dur-
ing whih. senior and sophomore wo-
men may consult with the chairmen of
the committees and ascertain the
names of the .new upperclass women
which have been assigned to them.
Announcement of these hours will be
made through the columns of The
Daily early next week.
Someone will see the Wisconsin
Game at the expense of the Arcade
Barber Shop. Ask about it.-Adv.
Portable Underwood and Remington
typewriters for sale or rent. 711 N.
Univ., 2nd floor, Room 2.-Adv.
We can't go to the Wisconsin Game
but will send a representative. Ar-
cade Barber Shop.-Adv.
MISCELLANEOUS
TWO STUDENTS, energetic and re-
sponsible to sell food product in'
wide demand to housewives, restaur-
ants, etc., throughout the college
year. Write stating sales e perience
to C. E. Shaffner Company, 1711 Ford
Bldg., Detroit. 4-21=
HAIR-DRESSER makes residential
calls. Facial, scalp treatments, man-
icuring, shampooing, French mar-
celle, hair dyeing, Marinello cream
and powder. Marinello system.
Phone 1822-R. 6
BOARD-Real home cooking, $7.59 for
three meals. $6.25 for two. Mrs.
Wm. Flynn, 607 Hill. . 5-3

Telephone"

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H OW do you feel as you walk into
class with the, assigned work for
that course not done - a trifle guilty,
don't you? And you wil agree that you
feel as uneasy Alen you walk into a
class knowing. that you. could "stand"
a shave.o
Do noti neglect either of these duties

"SHiAVE',
-prepare your work and yourself for
any sort of an examination and you know
that you are always fit to meet it.
We carry a complete line of Gillette's
(new and old style) Auto-strop, .Keen
butter, Gem, etc. Blades, soap, in fact
every thing that you need when you
shave yourself.

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The Washington Street entrance is the nearest to the counter were razors are.kept.
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ALE-Dining Room Set,
Desk Chair and three
Phone 786.

Desk
Book
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1 - Bicycle. Price 415.
6-M. Address 219 South
6-2
-Boston Ifull dog. Excel-
raternity. Phone 2422-W. 6
FOUND
ne lightweight top coat at
t June. See Loeffler at 410
fter 7 P. M. 6
>untain pen Friday. Call
Monday, 7-8 P. M. 6

Up-to-the-3linute Hardware

4' QUJA1:TY.
tS rj '
da 'Pi

Near the Corner of
Main and Washington Streets

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