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924 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WO WOMEN PPOINTED
LUXNAE WHO RECEIVED HO-
ORS IN COLLIEGE NOW
DIRECTORS
Recent house appointments include
iat of Miss Luella Galliver '23, to1
ucceer Miss Gertrude Brock, '17,' asj
haperone of Alumnae house, and that,
f Mrs. Theda Shaw Holen, '20, to!
ke the place of Miss Blanche How-
11, '19, as chaperone of Adelia Chee-
er house.
While in college Miss Galliver was'
member of the Mortarboard national
onorary society, president of Senior
>ciety, a member of the cabinet of
he Y. W. C. A., and a resident of
artha Cook dormitory during her
)urth year. She was chosen to rep-
esent the Michigan chapter at the na-
onal Mortarboard convention held in
warthmore, Pa., in 1923, and was
.ibsequently appointed district direc-
>r of section two of the national Mor-
arboard, which includes the chapters
f the University of Michigan, Ohio,
'ittsburg, Miami, and the Carnegie
nstitute of Technology. At present
4ss Galiver is working 'for Iher
aster's degree with history as a
riajor field.
Mrs. Holen comes from Liggett's
chool in Detroit, where shehas been
eaching history for, the past four,
ears. She is a member of the Alphal
H Delta sorority, and of Delta Sigma
.ho, national honorary oratorical so-
iety.
NROLLMENT OF NURSES
APPROXIMATES 220 MARK

Aids Davis As

Writer OSIGN FOR
TENNISTOURNAMENT
Entries for the women's tennis
tournament will close at 4 o'clock on
Monday. During the past few days
many new names have been added to
r 4 the list of contestants which appears
on the tennis poster in Barbour gym-
gmnasium according to directors of the
games. Women 'who are interested in

- and at 4 o'clock Monday and Tuesday No changes may be made in gym- ton, succeeding her husband, J
in studio 216, at the School of Music. nasium classes after Monday, Sept. S. Cowan, who died recently.
Women may bring their own music. 29. Women whose present classes con- Cowan will be the first woman in
N otices 1 fiict with academic subjects should of North Carolina and will serve
NsWomen interested in riding should consult with Miss Ethel McCormick unexpired term of her husband,
consult Miss Ethel McCormick this on or before Monday. ing June, 1925. Her salary wit
morning or Monday morning in Bar- $5,000 a year.
Junior women who have been as- bour gymnasium. Second semester Mrs. Catherine Cowan. Wilmington,
signed advisees are urgently request- sophomores are given full credit for N. C., 'was chosen by the city com- R ea the W ant A
ed to refer to the list posted in Bar- work in riding. missioners to be mayor of Wilming-
bour gymnasium. Several changes
have been made in the assignments.1 1IIUI[1111{llllitl111111111111111111111111111111111{1{111111111 11111111"|""!""1"
A soccer class will be held at 9
o'clock on Monday and Wednesday of -TUDIENTS, SECURE YOUR SUPPLIES FROM
each week on Palmer field. The classYOFR
is open to 30 women. Full gymnas-
iam credit will be given for work li
done in this class.c'Women who are S h
interested should consult with Miss SU1: Southj
Meldon Everett this morning or Mon- Unvriy . 4
dymorning in Barbour gymn u .,, nierit
Ave. Ave.
Tryouts for University Girls' Glee
club will be held at 9 o'clock today
Engineer and Architects' Materials, Stationery, Fountain Pens
Loose Leaf Books, Typewriting and Pound Papers,
V ILCandies, Laundry Agency, Tobaccos
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the sport but who have neglected to
sign for entrance in the tournament
should do so without further delay in
order that the drawing for partners
may take place.
Results of the drawing will be
posted on the bulletin board in Bar-
bour gymnasium Tuesday morning.
It is emphatic that contestants con-
sult the bulletin board as soon as
possible because the first round of
the tournament must be played off
by Friday. Olga Verdelin, '26, is in
charge of the tournament.
HAVE YOU SUBSCRIBED YET?
PATRONIZE DAILY ADVERTISERS

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Dining Room Is Open to You.
50c Noon Luncheon, 11:30 A. i.

Ida Tarbell, famed woman writer,
has enlisted in the John W. Davis
presidential campaign forces as a
writer of anti-traiff broadsides.

to 2 P. M.

Salads, Sandwiches and Light

At the Sign of
THE GOLDEN OAKS INN
w When Those Who Favor Us With Their Custom Shall Experience
Every Courtesy and Attention
Breakfast, 7 to 10 - Lunch, 11 to 1:30 - Dinner, 5 to 8
Afternoon Tea,3 to 5
Corner of Forest and South University
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Lunches.

75c Dinner, 5 to 7 P. M.

$1.00 Special Dinner, choice of
Steak or Chicken, 11:30 A. M.

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Beaded Gore

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to 2 P. M.; 5 to 7 P. M.

On Sunday we serve from 12:00

to 2:00 P. M.

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No. 929.
Black or Brown Calfskin
Genuine Barboor Storm Welt
$498

No. 16039.
Patent Leather
Dull Kid Trim

$4.98

Go R. KINNEY, Inc.

..Phone 3361-W
Miss Sussy Watson, a graduate of
Mt. Holyoke college and Columbia un- I l1111111{illllli 1 ili 1iif IIif 1111I I1 11llll111'lll;h
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Miss Watson is a woman of unusual d -
experience in this line of work, hav-
ing held the position of educationaX I
PREKETE'S.
director at the Barns School of Nurs-
ing in St. Louis and at the Central
school in Rochester, N. Y., where four
of the leading hospitals of the city
combine their preliminary courses. -
Enrollnent in the school for nurses
numbers 78, of which one is a Chinese
is 220 at present. The freshman class
girl who will arrive here in a few We use only the very richest cream in
days to take up her studies. The work-
in this school is conducted on theE Our delicious ice cream-only the best p
eight hour plan, and the girls have -:c n is
a vacation of three weeks each year O ngredients in our candes
The school provides a soia1 directoi
for the girls, they have their own Y
W. C. A. association and a student The Finest Place in Town
volunteer band. Separate also from
the University publications are the Try Our ExcellentLunches
"Scalpel", a paper published three
times a year and their year book.- Try Our Excellent Luncheons
The new nurses home which is now
under construction will be completed=
by Oct. 15, and the girls who are liv-
lng in 12 houses near the hospital at
present will move into it not later
than Jan. 1. (s
Read the Want Ads
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109 South.Main Street
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Classes Now Forming I
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State and Williams
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We had to be convinced I
that P. N. Practical
Front Corsets
were all that was claimed for
them. Our corset experts
thoroughly investigated the
merits of these corsets before
"The ea n Florist" they received their stamp of
approval. __
Atitle which is merited after thirty- PN eractie arolen -seith
six years of perfected workmanship that we are now featuring them.
So Practical, so Different, they
and conscientious service. will win your approval as they
did ours. We want to show
you this corset that has rev-
olutionized front - lacing ideas.
They are so constructed that
the front steel is centrally placed 3
and not to one side below the
bust as in the usual front-lace
corsets; making them the only
corset with a completely closed

$1.00 Dinner Only

'hove 173

31a S. State St.

117 South Main Strc

117 South Main Street

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An Enameled Bas-
ket for Order's
Sake
These enameled baskets in ivory,
bronze,, grey, rose and blue will
add to the coziness of the room as
well as prove neat-keeping! They
are specially priced $1.00.
Laundry Bag and
Shoe Pockets, Too!
Laundry bags of tan, blue or fig
ured linine may be matched with
shoe pockets for 6, 8 and 12 pairs
of shoes. The bags are priced 85c
to $1.75, while the shoe pockets are
priced $1.00 to $2.00.

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Make YOu Room Cozy and
Convenient for Studying
Now that you have chosen your room for the entire
year you will want to make that room home-like,
cheerful and convenient so that your college year
will be a pleasant one to remember. Here are sug
gestions that will help you in achieving that result.

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Colorful Cushions
Make a Room
Homey

THE DOUBLE DECK BED is pop-
ular among students and our Englander
beds with sagless springs and sturdy
frame will insure comfortable sleeping.
Priced only $20.
THE CHIFFONIER is most conven-
ient for use in student rooms, especially
when the room is rather small, for it
furnishes an adequate mirror and plenty
of drawer space. As pictured, $22.00.
THE DESK, to provide a comfortable
place for studying, must be flat topped
and should have plenty of drawer space
for studying materials. The one pictured
is of fumed oak and costs only $22.

THE DESK CHAIR should be just
the right height for the desk and should
be leather seated for comfort and of
fumed oak to match the other furniture
chosen for your room. Priced, $4.50.
THE EASY CHAIR should be roomy
and comfortable. One with fumed oak
frarne will harmonize best with other stu-
dent furnishings. Priced $8.00 or with
leather seat as pictured, $12.00.
THE BOOK RACK will help you to
keep your books in order, and your room
neat. You will never wonder where
your book is if you have one of these
fumed oak racks for your room. Priced,
$4.75.

$2.25 to

$10

The surest way of making your
room coey and cheerful is by add-
ing a bountiful supply of pillovi
-for some rooms there are sill
ones' ink dainty color or black witi
striking trimming of brighter
shades, while for othertroomc
there. are velour and tapestry pil-
lows. They vary in price fron
$2.25 to $10.

THE QUESTION OF PROPER LIGHT for studying is an important one
you will surely want to add a study lamp, adjustable and very convenient,
priced only $4.50. Or perhaps girls will want the mahogany finished candle
style with silk shade, priced $2.50 and up.
(Mack's Third Floor),

and
and
stick

Table Runners
Add Beauty to
a Room
$3.50 to $8.00
For the study room, if you hav
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