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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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dents' wives are eligible for member-
ship and are cordially invited to be
present.
Mummers will hold its first meeting
for the year at 4 o'clock Monday aft-
ernoon in Barbour gymnasium. It is
desired that all members be present at
this meeting. Arrangements for hold-
ing tryouts will be made.

or the Scool
lub will be held
ck, Oct. 4.

of Music
from 3:30

tend an important meeting at 4:30I
o'clock Wednesday afternoon in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall. Plans for the
Junior Girls' play will be explained,
and a full attendance is desired.
Tryouts for the University of Mich-
igan Girls' Glee club will be held
from 4 to 6 o'clock Monday and Wed,
nesday afternoons at the School of
Music. Only ,women who have been

meeting of the Michigan
be held at*8 o'clock Tues-
at Newberry hall. Stu-

There are several positions open to
girls who wish to work in private fam-
ilies cooking and serving dinner, from
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 the freshman class at4
o'clock on Monday afternoon, in a
meeting which is primarily intended
to acquant the members of the class
with one another, and to form plans
for class organization.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.
I UNIVERSITY WOMEN

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FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
WE MAINTAIN TWO FIRST-CLASS STORES
Main Street, atWashington
State Street at the Arcade

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All junior girls are expected to

at- on the campus one year are eligible.

StuetsNeeds*
Ve are ready with a full line of goods
iat are needed by U. of M. Students
r your shop work and your rooms
ad many articles at a very much re-
uced price from last year..

Junior and freshman girls are in-
vited to the junior adviser dinner for
freshmen at 6 o'clock Monday, Oct. 3,
at Barbour gymnasium.

CHEMISTRY COATS

SHOP APRONS
LAB. APRONS

LAB. COATS

HOSPITAL COATS
DENTAL COATS

OVERALLS

COVERALLS

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We take pleasure in
announcing

PARCEL POST LAUNDRY CASES
FROSH CAPS

that

Electric Study Lamps

Waste

Paper Baskets

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Wadhams & Company

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TElectric Bulbs

Electric Extension Cord

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EVERYONE WAS PLEASED

Cuspidors,

and Smokers' Sets

Ash Trays Yale Locks

under new management
Afternoon and Fvening
GoAkns
,Exeiusske Designs
COME IN AND SEE US

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Starrett

Tools

Shuredge Pocketeze Knives
Alarm Clocks

LILLIAN ALBRATSON, WHO PLAYS
in "The Six Fifty" show at the
Whitney theater, Oct. 3.'

Mrs. Gvs

Phone 795 W

230 Nickols Arcade

It was pleasant to watch the crowds
yesterday as they sat for the first time
in the new City Y. W. C. A. cafeteria en-
joying the splendid meals that were
served.
Remarks of appreciation could be
heard on every side. Patrons were im-
pressed by the atmosphere of the place
as well as by the wholesome food, ex-
cellent service and low prices.
We appreciate the hearty reception that was given us.

We Invite Your Inspection of Our Goods

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ALL KINDS OF SAFETY BLADES SHARPENED
fvf'Je VAp-9I-Dte 1[ 'Ve
ex"Me, toT~ sto tra TW

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A Dodge Car
aud Dodge
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CITY Y.W.C.A.

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ADVERTISING

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CLOSES
AT 3 P.M

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508-510 EAST WILLIAM STREETE
WE IiNOW YOU WILL LIKE OUR CHICKEN DINNER 'TODAY

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FOR SALE
DR SALE - Several Dodge Broth-
ers Tourings, prices from $250 to
$750. Ford Chassis just what you
want~ for Speedsters, priced very
low. See these and get our prices
and terms before you buy a used
car. Ann Arbor Garage, 206 W.
Huron St., dealers in Dodge Broth-.
ers Motor Cars. _5-3
DR SALE-Shop 2 Instruction pap-
ers, materials of construction. De-
scriptive geometery text, problems
and specifications and o hers cheap.
1629-W. 7
OR SALE- Complete dining room
set, two sectional bookcase,,one large
walnut bookcase,. six drawer desk
and chair. Phone 786. 7
OR SALE-A fraternity 'building site.
One of the best in the city. L. D.
Carr, 17 A. AJ Sav. Bank Bldg. 6-3
'OH SALE-A practically new Under-
wood typewriter. Will sell at a
sacrifice. Call 3204. 7-4 1
DR SALT-Underwood portable type-'
writer at 711 N. University in Room'
2, 2nd floor. 7-2:
'OR SALE - Bicycle. Price , $15.:
Phone 726-M. Address 219 South
Thayer. 6-2.

FOR RENT;
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. Steam heat, desks. Also
room-mate wanted for double room.
Phone 1194-M. 422 E. Washing-
ton. 6-3
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. 6-3
FOR RENT-Front suite and single
rooms. Steam heat. Breakfast if
desired. 517 So. Division. 7-1
FOR RENT-Room, for one-pleasant,
comfortable-1204 E. Washington.
1047-R. $2.75. 7-2
FOR RENT-Rooms--Suite and "ingle
roo-ai fo couple of ladies. 910 E.
v vashington. 7-2

Shorthand, Typewriting, Secre-
tarlal, and Commercial Courses,
New Term - Oct. 3rd
HAMILTON
BUSINESS COLLEGE

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WM. GOODYEAR & COMPANY

STUDENTS!

A REAL OPPORTUNITY
Do you want to save three or
four dollars on high-grade guar-
anteed shoesI Call at my sam-
ple room, 712 First Nat'l Bank
Bldg., or phone 28494 for ap-
pointment.

Evening

Apparel

It 's Povmps and Vanities

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ARBOR SILVERS11TH NNq$B

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The illustration that should be here shows how completely
a maid (seated in the center) may capture the heart of a
young man (at,-her left; very solicitous)-if she is as
bewitching as this young thing. Of course, the demure
glance which she directs downward and the coy artful-
ness with which she wields her ostrich fan are movements
acquird by unremitting practice. The gowan- really
worth a mention -- is a Tafel mode of black silk lace
with black chermeuse bodice and brilliant velvet sash of
cherry red. $89.50.

4W' v___________ FOR RENT-Nice furnished suite,~ 2nd
R SALE-Several imported drawing Floor. 924 E. Ann. 2835-M. 6-3
ets. Prices reasonable. 537 Thomp- -
on St. 7 FOR RENT-Attractive double room.
IReasonable. 915 E. Ann. 6-2
R SALE-Underwood typewriter. R
'ine condition. Call 1936-W after 8: LOST
. M. 7-3

Diamonds
Watches

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Jewelry

DR SALE-Tenor banjo. C41 2802-J.
7-21
WANTED
ANTED - Student Washing, ladies
and gentlemen, to do at home. First?
class work. Colored lady. Phone
1822-R. 5-3;

LOST-8 1-2 x 11 leather Notebook.
Presumably taken by mistake from
Cutting Cafe on Wednesday noon.
Finder please call Larson, 976-J. 7
LOST-Gold bar pin with VJarvard
seal. Please return to Margaret
Gamble, Martha Cook Bldg. Phone
627. Reward. 6-3

Silverware

A Tafel gown included in our disptay-

ITEMS OF INTEREST
TO STUDENTS

THE simplicity of the chemise lines in the gowns for evening wear is counter-
balanced by fabrics magnificent in clear crystalline tones and by trimmings
as barbarically beautiful and alive with color.as the jewel chest of an
oriental princess

ANTED-Part time job as cook or
assistant. Reference furnished. Call
Call 1680-W or address, Box F. W.
L. 7-1
ANTED-A desirable student wants
'oom-mate in pleasant suite at 429
S. Division. Good location. 5-3
ANTED - Ladies' and gentlemen's
washings. Work guaranteed. 212
N. 5th Ave. Call 1013-M.. 7-2
ANTED-Club of 20 or 25 to board
or school year. Box R. W., Michi-
an Daily. 6-2

f LOST-Light brown Dobbs felt hat in
Engineering Library or near Arch.
Call 348-R. Reward. 7-3
LOST-Leather note book with name,
initials of which are T. E. D. Please
call 1505. 6-2
LO T--Silver fountain pgn with initi-
als E. S. H. Call Miss Hoyt, 2226-M.
5-3
LOST-Gold fountain pen marked B.
J. L. Reward. Phone 2288. 7-2
MISCELLANEOUS
BOARD-Real home cooking, $7.50 for
three meals. $6.25 for two. .=Mrs.
Wm. Flynn, 607 Hill. . 5-3

Alarm Clocks.... $1.50 up
Waterman and Conklin
Fountain Pens
Eversharp Pencils, $1.00 up

$39.50 to $115

Sch landerer

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Seyfried
Jewelers

Downtown - at 124 South Main Street

)--To fire your furnace. Ful-
rienced. Phone 215-M. Kel-
6-2

118 East Liberty Street

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