HATS GOING ON
- Katherine MacDonald
[er Social Value."
c-"Hail the Woman," a
ias Ince production.
-"The Flower of the
," by James Oliver Cur-
s the Divide."
5:00-Chimes business staff meets at
1:00-Boosters, numbers 148 to 168 in.
elusive, meet in room 306 of Union.
6:45-Senior engineer hockey team
meets junior engineers at Coliseum.
7:30-Cleveland club meets in room
302 of Union.
7:30-11t. Clemens club meets In room
304 of Union.
7:30-Greenville-Belding club meets
in room 306 of Union.
7:30-Adelphi meets in Adelphi room
in University hall.
4:00-J-Hop committee meets at Un-
5:00-Boosters, numbers 1 to 11 in-
clusive, meet in Coach Yost's office
at Press building.
5:00-Wayfarers meet in room 304 of
6:15-Senior engineers report at gym-
nasium for basketball practice.
7:30-Pennsylvania club meets in
room 205 of Mason hall.
7:30-Order of DeMolay meets at Har-
Prof. Parker Lectures at Urbana
Prof. John ,C. Parker, of the elec-
trical engineering department of the
engineering eollege, returned Satur-
day from Urbana, Illinois, where he
delivered a course of lectures at the
University of Illinois.
Drawing Instruments-Bargains in
second hand sets. Wahr's University
Try a Daily Want, Ad. It pays ,Ady
Entries for Class and Independent
Basketball leagues will close at 5
o'clock Friday, Feb. 17. There is no
limit to the number of teams which
may be entered from any class, but
players cannot be interchanged among
teams. Likewise anyone may enter a
team in the Independent league, with
the understanding that all players are
to be non-fraternity men and that
there will be no interchange..of play-
ers. Eligibility lists of 10 men should
be turned in, and after the season
starts a team will be unable to go
outside this list to recruit.
Practice periods for the fraterni-
ties who are entered in the elimina-
tion contests are: At 7 o'clock on
court one, Sigma Chi; on court two,
Phi Sigma Delta; on court three, Psi
Upsilon; on court four, Acacia; at
9:30 o'clock, Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
Sigma Nu, Lambda Chi Alpha, Delta
On Wednesday night at 7 o'clock,
Alpha Kappa Kappa, Phi Mu Alpha,
Phi Chi, Hermitage. At 9:30 o'clock,
Delta Sigma Delta, Phylon, Xt Psi
Phi, Delta Sigs. The series will start
Thursday, Feb. 16.
Society clubs' practice periods will
be held at 6:15 o'clock tomorrow on
court one, Detroiters, Deng, manager;
on court two, Architectural society,
Klein, manager; on court three, Skull
and Bones, Campbell, manager.
Hockey schedule for today is as fol-
lows: 4, Soph Lits, Masters, vs. Fresh
Lits, Vreeland: 4:30, Phi Kappa Sig-
ma vs. Kappa Beta Psi; 5:15, Phi
Delta Theta vs. Acacia; 7, Senior En-
gineers, Cuthbert, vs. Junior Engi-
neers, Iland; 7:30, Laws, Carey, vs.
Drawing Instruments--Bargains in
second hand sets. Wahr's University
Waterman gymnasium. Four points
were given for a decision and three
for each fall. Michigan has arranged
meets with the M. A. C. and the De-
troit Athletic club for later dates.
Assistant Dean Butts Ill
Prof. William H. Butts, assistant
dean of the engineering college, is ill
at his home with a slight cold.
Something for sale? A Classified
Ad in The Daily will find a buyer.-
Patronise our Advertisers.-.Adv.
Michigan's informal wrestling team
won the first meet with outside com-
petition Saturday, 44 to 0, by defeat-
ing the Detroit Junior college team
in six straight bouts. The meet was
witnessed by an audience of stu-
dents and visitors at the J-HOP, in+ ...
Garrick (Detroit)-Leo Ditrich-
stein in "The Great Lover."
Shubert Michigan (Detroit) -
Margaret Anglin in "The Wom-
an in Bronze."
Whitney (Tonight) - Walter
Hampden in "Hamlet."
The Jane Singleton Shops Now Embark in a New Enterprise
Loose leaf note books-"The Stand-
ard" at Wahr's University Bookstore.
The J-Hop edition of Chimes appears
on the campus tomorrow.-Adv.
At Number Four, Nickels Arcade
How fond mothers will welcome it ! For this
snug little shop harbors the most delightful
showing of small garments for bairnies of all
sizes from a minute old to the important young
persons of five and six. Among the many
hundreds of charming articles will be found-
will be in charge of this new
Singleton Shop and will
be glad to welcome
her old a n d
per Cake '
Vanta Bands and Shirts
Baby Blankets and
Frocks of Silk
A PUNCHED instep saddle
oxford with broad bottom and
full toe. Being worn with
boldly patterned heavy hose.
The assortment includes every new and dainty idea for baby comfort,
for health, and for beauty. And everyone will be glad to know-the
prices are moderate. May we not have the pleasure of a visit-even
if not to buy?
Drug & Prescription Sto
State and N. Univ. AYe
G. CLAUDE DRAK
Jane Singleton s hops
Four and Eight, Nickels Arcade
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.
FOR RENT-Room for two or three.
Clean, warm and comfortable. Plen-
ty of hot water. Two blocks from
campus. Reasonable. 311 Thomp-
FOR RENT -Single rooms or suite.
Steam heat, running water, fire
place, very reasonable. One block
from campus. 804 Monroe. 94
FOR RENT- Warm, desirable single
room one block from campus on
Maynard St. Call 230 Nickel's Ar-
FOR RENT-Front room for one or
two students, partial board if de-
sired. 1309 So.- State St. Phone
FOR RENT-Furnished room-for one
or two persons. Cooking privileges
if desired. 114 No. Division. 94
FOR RENT - Pleasant suite, steam
heat, no other roomers in private
home. 716 W. Huron. 94-2
FOR~ RENT-One. suite $6. One suite
to share with another.$3,at 308
FOR RENT-Vacancy in warm, double
room. Rent reasonable. Near cam-
pus. 1115 S. University. 94
FOR RENT - Two large first floor
rooms for four men. Phone 1194-M.
422 E. Washington. 94,
FOR RENT-Front room, second floor,
for two students. 912 East Wash-
ington. 2758-M. 94
FOR RENT-Two suites at $6. Room-
mate wanted, $3. 308 Packard St.
FOR RENT-Room for two girls. Very
reasonable. Phone 1720-J. 94-3
FOR RENT - Single room, double
room, and suite. 524 Hill St. 92-3
FOR RENT-Large suite near campus,
1317 Wilmot. 94
FOR SALE-- Edison Diamond point
WANTED-Do you want to make big
money Spring Vacation? I have sev-
eral reports of students here in the
city that worked about 15 hours last
week and made from $20 to $30. Come
in and look our proposition over. Mr.
Leader, 232 Nickel's Arcade. Phone
6oo-M. - 94-21
WANTED- Three- men to represent
LaSalle Extension University as
registrar in the State of Michigan.
Men who finish in June preferred.
Telephone 1545-W for an oppoint-
ment with Mr. Laib. 94-2
WANTED-Young man to work four
hours per week in part payment for
roo m. 606 Oakland Ave. 94
WANTED-Young student to work one
hour per week in part payment for
room. 606 Oakland Ave. 94
WANTED- Second hand Underwood
typewriter in good condition. Box F.
., Daily. 94-2
WANTED-To buy canoe or partner-
ship in one. Call 2 0 after 2:30. 94-2
WANTED-Students' and family wash-
ing. Phone 2873-M. 94-21
LOST-Grey jersey silk scarf in or in
vicinity of Eng. Bldg. Finder please
communicate with C. Neidelman, 915
E. Ann St. Phone 1288-J. 94
LOST- Pair shell-rimmed glasses in
black leather case near State and
Packard. Reward. Call Loeb, 1104.
LOST-A black travelling bag between
Ann Arbor and Brighton. Finder
please phone 1798-J. 339 Ashley. Re-
LOST-Leather notebook with Land-
scape Design notes. Reward. Gish,
410 E. Jefferson. 1246-R. 94-2
LOST-An open faced 7 jewelled El-
gin watch. Call Goebel, 909. 94-3
To'Start Your Train of
Spring Buying Early
NEW SUITS FROM
The same quality brought $45 last April
We are offering this distinctive value for one reason only - to bring you out of the
waiting room - to get you aboard this buying special before Easter.
Brand new Spring models - introducing materials that are 6 months ahead in weave
and color - and every suit s heavy enough to put on and wear this minute.
New Browns - new Grays - but most important, New Prices.
$35, $40 and.$45
AfN. F. LE O
? :111 So. Main St.
FOR SALE-Banjo-mandolin, or
tradefor standard typewriter.