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November 16, 1919 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-11-16

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Japanese doctor,;
Cdr Friday after-I
o San, Francisco.
Japan in August
. Aperica in Sep-
ce been attending
w York. Doctor
e of the medical

GIRLS' MANDOLIN 1MASQ
CLUB RECOGNIZED PL
The Girls' Mandolin club, under the, Masque
direction of Bernice Frazer, '22, has ers in Spa
been officially recognized by the com- day after
mittee on student affairs. This is the league in:
first girls' mandolin club since 1908. This isa
It is composed of 12 mandolins and New Eng
two guitars. a few yea
The list of members follows: Myrtle for the be
Bahm, '20, Margaret Barlow, '20, Hel- tion 4 tak
en Cady, '20, Dorothy Collier, '22, Dor- home, at
othy Davis,'21, Ada Duflres, '22, Ber- charactei
nice Frazer, '22, Lucie French, '20, amusing.
Anna Hamilton, '21, Beata Hasley, '22, by SueI
Bertha Herbst, '21, Dorothy Hollis, the coach
'21, Evelyn Maxwell, '21, Esther Pag The ca
enbach, '21. ell, Heler

UES TO GIVE
AY FQR LEAGUE
es will present "Joint Own-
ain," at 4:15 o'clock next Fri-
rnoon before the Women's
Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
a charming little sketch ofj
land life by Alice Brown, who
ars ago won the $10,000 prize
est American drama. The ac-
es place in an old ladies'
fd both the setting and the
rs are unique and highly
The play hab been coached
Verlenden, '20, chairman of
h committee of Masques.
st is as follows: Mrs. Mitch-
n Cady, '20;, Mrs. Fullerton,
wise Mitchell, '21; Miss Dyer,
mfort, '21; Mrs. Blair, Jean
on, '21.

hEW GIRLS ENTERTAINED- AT

fnd things much chang-
"from th~e way they
'as here last. Thattwas
years ago. One differ-
noticed already is the
Michigan's work in Ja-
nuye said, "There are
ut 100 former Michigan
ofessions in 'Japan. Not
wve been graduated but
students here at some
e in professions of law,
logy, dentistry, and in
e Imperial court. AAiong'

HELEN NEWBERRY ,RESIDENCE
Girls from other colleges, who are
here at the University for the first
time, were entertained Saturday aft-
ernoon at. Helen.lNewberry resi ence
at a tea-dansant given by the members
of the intercollegiate committee of the
Woman's league. Tlhree hundred in-
vitations wei'r sent out to the ,new
girls, most of whom attended.
School of Music Girl Marries
Announcemnt is made of the mar-
riage of Angelia R. Sweet, and Ed-
ward G. Stanton, on Nov. 12, at the
Church of Christ Disciples.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. N. M. Sweet, and a gradu-
ate of the University School of Mu-
sic. Stanton was a private in the
Mechanical training detachment in
the University, receiving his discharge
at the close of the war.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanton will make
their home on Mr. Stanton's farm at
Dowling, Mich.
SCHOOL OF
DANCING

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Today and Tomorrow
Blanche Sweet
Star of "~The Unpardonable Sin"

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Anne Lou
Alice Co
McPhers

"A Woman Qf Pleasure"
Miss Sweet has been a great favorite ever since the old Biograph
Days--and she is still a favorite.

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e Mich-

Dr. Tomo Inuye, '02M, member of the
National Board of Y. W. C. A. in Ja-
pan, will speak at the Vesper services
held at 4::30 o'clock Sunday after-
non in the Y. W. C., A. building.
The 1920 girls' basketball team will
meet at 12:30 o'clock Tuesday, Nov.
18, in Barbour gymnasium to have
their picture taken for the Michigan-
,ensiaiL

e, upon arrival in San
I sail for Japan.
'ate Women

Those knitted silk ties that you
have been waiting for have arrived at.
the Davis Toggery Shoppe, 119 S.
Main St.-Adv.
\THE ROAD
TO BETTER
SHOE SERVICE
Is Down William
Street From The

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Sophomore and senior'
practice will be held at 4
day.

hockey team
o'clock Mon-
in making
for Thanks-.

516 E. William St.
JEiANETTI3 KRUSZKA

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no need of
ne of their
of the col-
ampaign for
$1,000 nec-
usic-makers

Any girls
hand-painted

interested
tray cards

sororities there
. number of 'tags
the students, fac-
>wn people would
r money any time
ant from the date
c. 1891, H. H.
y. Savings Bank
ly, delivered to
apt Monday, $1.50

giving trays at the University and
Homeopathic hospitals" may call at
Newberry hall, the Univefsity ,Y. W.
C. A. headquarters, for materials
and instruction.
Any gii'ls who wish interviews with
Dr. Ida Kahn or Dr. Tomo Inuye may
have them by calling Newberry hall,
phone 208. The hours for interviews
are from 9 to 12 o'clock on Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday mornings.
The play reading 'class of Masques,
will meet at 4 o'clock Monday in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall. The.coach
and cast committee will meet with
the class to hear the reading of
"Dolls," the play to be given in De-
iember.

CampusTo
343 So, Main St.

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HENRY 0. DIETERLE

STUDIO PHONE
1422-j

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RESIDENCE PHONE
I780-W

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Aho Christie Comedy, "Cupid's Holdup" and Jazz Monologue
EXTRA MATINEE-SUNDAYS--4:80
Tuesday Only
NAZ1YI OV A

TheGfi ft-
th*t only you can give,
Your Photopraph.
at'

STUDIO
721 N. UNIVERSITY AVE

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IN
"THE BRAT" (Return)
Coming
Elsie Janis [tavouite of the A. E. F.'s]
in "A REGULAR GIRL"

Ars. 1. Derr

PHONE 296-J

p.

I ~GET 0OOD' GOODS AT GOO'1YEAR'S I

Athena Debating club will meet at
7:15 Tuesday evening in room 302
Mason hall. New members are to at-
tend.

99

r $7.1

.oie-Good till

"Dolls" to Be Read Before Masques
50 Play-reading class of Masques which
was postponed on account of the Arm-
istice day celebration will meet at 4
used o'clock Monday afternoon in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall. The cast 'and
coach committees will meet with this
play-reading class in order to hear
r IT "Dolls," the play to be given Dec. 12.
The regular class in makeup will meet
at ,4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall with Phena
Palmer, '17.

i-Newv

A Fur Coat, better than any other kind,
forms the proper answer to the problem of what
the outer garment for winter shall be.
But to give entire satisfaction it must be made of
carefully selected pelts and must be tailored with a
style which is in absolute harmony with-the prevailing
modes. The coats we offer come up to these stand-

.cur Coats [wenn

The oncoming social season makes the choice
of a new Evening Gown imperative if one is to
be dressed ill accordance with the strict edicts

1Gowns I

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of fashion.

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Ap

ards in every respect.

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LA i VI I,,l
ADVERTISI.N

Lun Copy,
at
The Delta

Sealine Coats................$145 to $175
Muskrat (Natural)....................$300
Nutria (Beaver color)............$350 to $450
Sealine with Australian Oppossum Collar and
Cuffs ...-..................... . .$300
Sealine with Genuine Beaver Collar and Cuffs. $325
Raccoon. . . .... .....$300
Marmot Dolman with Real Beaver Collar... .$200
(Second Floor)

This season's Evening Gowns seem more beautiful
than any we have ever had before. Made as they
are in such original styles and delicater color combina-
ions they 'form a charming' array of individual models
to completely fulfill whatever social requirements may
be imposed.
A particularly l eautiful gown is one' of Sheridan Red
Chiffon Velvet. It is free from any elaborateness-
' in fact, its stylish simplicity is what makes it so dis-
tinctively becoming. It is priced at $65:

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WANTE D
ED-We would like to engage
or four energetic and capable
mts to solicit magazine sub-
tions for us on commission.
right men can add materially to
income for the next two
hs in a pleasant and -congenial
ness which can be done in spare
New England Publishers Ser-
Inc., 462 Boylston St., Boston,
ED-Expert pianist anid music
t, able to play both classic and
lar music. Apply University
c House.
ED-A room for student's moth-
>r two or three weeks beginning
21, in vicinity of Hill and Oak-
Sts.' Call Cadwell, 374.
ED-A suite of rooms or light
ekeeping rooms by mother and
daughters. Qall 2031-W.
ED-Two tickets for Minneota
e. Dr. Harry E. Myron, Meisel
., Port Huron, Mich-.
ED-Two tickets for the Min-
ta Game. Call Hagamnier at

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Black leather Pocketbook con-
taining eheck, cash and Union card.
Will identify. Reward.. B. E. Schu-
macker. Phone 63.
FOUND-Lady's wrist watch. Own-
er may have same by proving own-
ership. Call 1848-R, Fowler.
LOST-Purse containing watch and
money. Reward. Box V, Daily.,
LOST--Gold hat-pin with turqouise
(blue) end. 514-W. Mrs. Inez Bathe.
FOR RENT
ROOMS FOR RENT-Room in modern
hiome near University for one or
two studious young men. Must ans-
wer with reference. Address Mod-
Qrn Home, Michigan Daily.
FbR RENT -- Until September, five
room house newly decorated, choice
location, $35. Phone' 1600-3.
FOR SALE .
FOR SALE-Sweet cider delivered in
10 gal. or over. Phone 1514-W. C.
Klager, 617 South Main £t.
XISCELLANEOUS.
$5 REWARD for information leading
\ to return of gray belted o'coat. Tak-
en from Chem. Building, Nov. 14. No
questions asked. Call 2682 or 1306
Olivia.

(Second Fl6or)

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Padded Vests
A sleeveless padded ves of
Japanese silk makes any Suit
twice as warm as ordinarily,
and with practically noaddi-
tional bulk or weight. In
black silk with fancy lining,
$3.50.
(Second Floor)

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Camisoles

The Vogue

Fancy Camisoles in dark col-
ors, embroidered in gold and
colored silks-necessities for
any woman who would be
well dressed.
(Second Floor)

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for Sweaters

There is no doubt about the popularity of the new Sweaters which have
Some women even give a Sweater the prominen ce of a fancy blouse.
are unusually smart-and, at the prices, unusual ly desirable.

been developed this season.
Those in our new shipment

Slipovers in salmon, purple, navy, black, pink, China blue and
heather............. ..:..........$9.5to$13.50

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Have you seen these ultra-wide Scarfs and Shawlettes of brushed wool? They are quite the
vogue for all out-of-door wear, so easily slipped on and worn with the assurance of propriety and
good taste. They lend just that needed touch of "eclat" to the sports costume.

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Slipon Shawlettes
Beauty, brown
$19.50.'

in
and

American
peacock,

Scarfs in
ple, and
$9.50.

buff, navy, torquoise, pur-
a variety of other colors,

Unusual Scarfs of Special Imported
Angora Yarn in gold stripes, also
in rose and grey, $22.50.
(Secoud Floor)

(Second Floor)

(Second Floor)

tickets for Minnesota
ae No. 100. Ypsilanti.

ee, or four tickets
e. Phone 1222.
fcr Fri. and Sat.,

Downtown

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Phone 1000

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