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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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arsal in
.5 p.m.

od: Rehearsal of princi-
Club Room at 2 and at
Qm 318. Woman's Glee
eduled at the League at
Hand rehearsal at 7:15
sHall.
all: Dr. Frederick Fisher
with the students at 4
.old the regular Fireside
sion.
fall: Student's Lenten
12:15 in the Chapel at
followed by the Student
ering Luncheon.
Iundation : Miss Irma
formerly president of
.nd noted authoress, and
r Riegler, exch~ange pro-
the College of Jewish
Chicago, will be at the
at 1 p.m., to meet stu-
re invited.
Theosophy is the sub-
cture to be delivered by
rles Hampton in Angell
1025, at 4:15.
I Checker Club meets in
f the Unior at 7:30 p.m.
nterested is welcome.
Is and sets if you wish.

Mr. Howard C. Greer of the Insti-
tute of American Meat Packers,
Chicago, will speak on "Develop-
ment of Standards for the Control
of Distribution Costs,' at 3 p.m.,
Thursday, Feb. 18, Room 101 Eco-
nomics bl g. The lecture is intended
especially for accounting and mar-
keting students, but others inter-
ested will be welcome.
Detroit National Association of
Cost Accountants, Detroit Chapter
meeting at the Cadillac Athletic
Club, Detroit, Thursday, Feb. 18, 8
p.m. Speaker, Howard C. Greer.
Subject: "The Economics of Over-
head Costs." Dinner at 6:30.
English 171-Verse Form (A. R.
Morris): Students electing this
course will meet in Room 3231 An-
gell Hall on Thursday, Feb. 18, at
4 to arrange a schedule.
ME-21-A: Will those students Who
have elected ME-21-A kindly meet
in my office, Room 2047 East Engi-
neering bldg, Thursday or Friday,
Feb. 18 and 19, at 11 a.m.?
0. W. Boston.
A.S.M.E. Student Discussion Meet-
ing Thursday, Feb. 18, at 7:30 p.m.,
in Room 229 W Eng. bldg. Papers
on "Modern Outboard Motors," by
A. L. Goldsmith and "Balancing
Machines," by R. C. Mansfield. Both
talks illustrated with projectoscope.;
A.I.Ch.E. Student Branch meets
Thursday, Feb. 18, at 7:30 p.m., in
the Seminalr Room, 3201 East Engi-
neering building. Mr. R. L. Hunt-

ington will speak on the manufac- a.m. Classes are held in Barbour
ture of natural gasoline. All chem- Gymnasium.
ical engineers are invited to attend.
--- Youngstown Michigan Club meet-
Observatory Journal Club meets ing on Thursday at 7:15, in Room
Thursday at 4:15, in the Observa- 304 Michigan Union. Election of
tory lecture room. Prof. Dean B. officers and other important busi-
McLaughlin will review the paper ness.
"Luminosity of Planetary Nebulae
and' Stellar Temperatures," by H. St. Andrew's Church: Mid-Week
Zanstra. Tea will be served at 3:45. Lenten Service Thursday at 4:15,
--- in the Church. General topic is,
Le Cercle Francais meets Thurs- "Religion and the Whole Man." The
day at 7:30 in Room 403 R.L. The Reverend Henry Lewis will speak
speaker, M. Koella, will speak on particularly on "The Therapeutic
"Education d'un Prince." Value of Religion," this week.

est daghter and secretary to Leo
Tolstoy will lecture in Hill Auditor-
iuni on "Tolstoy and the Russian
Revolution." Tickets at Wahr's
bookstores and in the Women's
League bldg.
Mr. E. Nornaii Peason will lead a
discussion on "Is There Any Basis
For A Belief In Immortality," inl
Room 1025 Angell Hall, at 4:15 p.m.,
Thursday, Feb. 18.

Starting
Today

Figuresz
Washingto

SUBSCRIBE TO THE I

totai of 1,0
Try-outs agr French Play: Stu-J Countess Alexandra Tolstoy: On governmen
dents interested in tying' out for aThursday, Feb. 25, at 8 p.m., Coun- drawn by t
modern three-act French Play tess Alexandra Tolstoy, the young- 315,690,400.
please see Mr. Koella Thursday or
Friday of this week from 4 to 6,
Room 408 Romance Language bldg.U - - -

recently c o m p il e d in
n show that there is a
023,373 empLoyees on the
t pay roll. The salaries
hese employees total $1,-

Ru pert
Hughres
Best Selling
Novel

~ES1
CIarole Lombard
Ricardo Cortez
Paul Lukas
featured in, 4

Issro

Senior Society: Regular meeting
Thursday at 7:30 p.m., at Marthal
Cook. Absences will be fined unless
excused.
Wesley Players present at the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre Ruth
Bacon Buchanan's "Bondage," on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
afternoon and night, Feb. 18, 19, 20.
Call the box office 6300 for reser-
vations:
Children's Rhythm Classes: Six
more lessons will be given in this
work beginning Saturday, Feb.' 20.
Children from 4 to 6 years of age
will meet at 10:15 a.m., and those
from 6 to 10 years will meet at 11

- WITNE -
T
A Here's one hot from Deutschland!

G
E
R
A
N

L
E

You'll roar at Anny's plight in the
gayest musical show ever produced in
Germany.

G
E
R
A
N

T
A
L
K
I
E
S

NO ONE
MAN"

She craves

LOVE--yet no ONE man can satisfy her heart!
ONE man fill a woman's life?

"DIE VOM RUMMELPLATZ"

1 11 11 1I I 111111111 1 11

ALL
WEEK

(Carnival Folks)
Starring the Captivating
ANNY ONDRA

TED
HUSING
ON SPORTS

EXTRA ADDED
A COMEDY
-"TORCHY TURNS
THE TRICK"

HEA
NE

ALL
WEEK

Adm ission ....... . ...... .
Saturday Matinee .
Children

:50c
35c
l Oc

Shows continuons 7-11
(Feature starts a 7:30 and 9:30).
Mats. at 3 Saturday and Sunday.

COMING SATURDAY
"UNION DEPOT" DOUG. F
JOAN

EVENTS
istration Lecture:

..
-- ---

I E

THIS
COLUMN
AT 3 P4

DVERTISING

NOTICE

,ITERS, all makes, bought,
ented, exchanged, repaired.
MORRILL, 314 So. State.
307c
V R I T I N G AND MIMEO-
[ING promptly and neatly
O. D. MORRILL, 314 So.,
St. 308(
RESTAURANTS
eal tickets $5.50 for $4.50
ateak and Chop Dinner 40c.
[n 538 Forest Ave.
409c
WANTED
T (female) to work for1
or room and board. 8735.
466c
D-Single roon near cam-
referably in house with no
students. Box No. A16. 474

LOST
ON MAYNARD STREET-A black
purse containing about $24.00, a
gold watch and a fountain pen.
Call 4996. Reward. 472
LOST-A Pearl and emerald cos-
tum j ewetry earring. Call Alice
Morgan, 22249. 462
LOST-Glasses, in brown leather
case bearing Knoxville, Tenn.
R e t u r n to Secretar's office,
Dental College. Reward. 470
LOST-In or near Michigan the-
atre at last show, Monday. Large
white muffler, brown and black
figure. Call 3123. Reward,. 459
LOST-Wallet1containingr$40.00.
Reward. Sigma Pi House. 9301.
467.
LOST-Pair ice skates, hockey
tubes near Presbyterian Church
House. Call '-R. S. McCreary,
21517. 473
LOST or Exchanged at J-Hop check
room, Derby; size 7 3-8.. Finder
please telephone 21988. F468
Michigan
RED ARROW AUCTION
First Show Only
Feature Starts at 7:50
MARIE
DRESSLER
in
"EMMA"
Nothing more need be said!

00 Aft-00
ST Fine SHO
sls, OCK..
At Price s Not Seenloan Ann Arbor in IS Yi

Entire Stock.Must

.te inn

1i

$8,000 Must Be Raised Quickly
AN EXTREMELY UNSEASONABLE FALL AND WINTER HAS LEFT
OUR SHELVES LOADED WITH MERCHANDISE THAT MUST BE
SOLD AND SETTLED FOR AT ONCE. PRICES ON ALL OUR HIGH
QUALITY SHOES AND RUBBERS ARE BEING SLASiFED RIGHT
AND LDEFT AS NEVER BEFORE THIS
The Greatest Sale in Our Business History

SALE NOW ON-COME EARI
No styles will be replenished when sold out
THIS SALE FOR CASH---NO CHARGES
Buy 2 and 3 pairs at these low prices. All shoes from our regular s1
Every pair= gu~iranteed.

D-Persons to sell
Lyle B. Abel, Caro,

honey.
Michi-
457

LAUNDRY W4NTED-
' and delivered. Phone
* 150c,

FOR RENT

US - Pleasant suite
ne, new Simmons beds,
arrange single rooms.
. St. 463
-Beautifully furnished
se on Cambridge near
term or long lease if
0G or 4457. Mrs. Gus-
4751

Florsheim Sboes
FORMEN
$10, $11 and $12.00 STYLES 250 PAIRS $10.00 and $11.00
No Finer Shoes to Be Had FLORSHEIMS-Somewhat brok-
650 Pairs en in sizes. To be closed out at,
Your choice for few gpu g d
days of any style...>9a,8
FLORSHEIM SHOES are America's Finest Shoes for Men
>Packard and SeIz Shoes for Men

HERE IS A BARGAIN
ANYWHERE

Ul

LADIES' HERE IS A REAL BUY.
300 Pairs of new $7.00 and $8.00 styl
the new lasts 'and patterns and ma-
} terials. They must be sold at...r.;

187 Pairsof Very Fine $6.00 and $7.0
Pumps, Straps and Ties. All leath-
ers and heels. Choice for this sale
THEE WILL GO FAST---LO(
5 LOTS OF
$5.00 and $6.00 shoes. Don't pass
up this chance.....

Here Are the Best Buys in Many Years-Look!

igle rooms and
ia Ave. Phone
-Double- $5.00I
1Right clote to
e 835.. 4641

$10.00 ,SHOES
200 Prs. Cut to,
$689

$9.00 SHOES
150 Prs. Cut to,
$89

$7.50 SHOES
176 Prs. Cut to
,489

$6.00 SHOES
Cut to
$ 89-$445

100 PAIRS OF OUR VERY BEST $
$9.00 shoes. New patterns and-
leathers. Get a pair now at

- Pleasant

SI

Formal Sb.oe's, for Dre* s, s Wear'.

..

w Simmnons
ige single rc

Cut to $4.45 and $5.89

Florsheims now $7.89

NEW SPRING SHOES
5 Lots Just Received
Will be put into this sale at three s
prices

home for rent, pleas-
ted in South east sec-
~ns 1 gw.age. Available
11c of July for 1 yearz.
1. 2003 Dey St. 4 '60
'- Attractive Single
d bed. shower bath,
at, private family.
if desired. Phone 7796.1
459
-Completely furnished
with private bath and
iso large' double roon.

FIo-rsheik Shoes for 'Women,
The new Fiorshcimn styles are now conceded to be the best fitting, smat-
est and most comfortbic W t m en'sShoes ii America. Al) carry the famous
Featurc Arch and Mdtatarsel Support. Every woman should try a pair
100 PAIRS OF $10.00 and$l1.00 95 PA TIR S OF NEW $10.00
STYLS - To be $STYLES, comprising 5 styles that
offered in this sae fld. wil be discontinued.
only at . . For this sale only at.
These Florsheims will go fast, so hurry to this sale for your pair!
$8.00 and $9.00 SHOES NOW $.89 and $4.89

/ $289

$389

$49

RUiBBERS

GALOSHES

asningto. 4b
OTEL isd making
to students of
$3.00 and $3.50

SOUSE SL

WOMEN'S RUBBERS
$1.00 value-- now 79c

WOMEN'S
GALOSHES

MEN'S RUBBERS

WOMEN'S
HOUSE SLIPPERS
$3.50 value-now $2.45

MEN'S SLIPPERS
$1.50 and $2.00 Styles

MEN'S SL
$3.00, $3.5
gradec

$1.50 value-now $1.19

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