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Would you have footwear that riv-
aled Cinderalle's? For good taste, a
Russian, Calf-skin, carefully made up
,in a French de Lux style can not be
,rivaled. Visit the Davis Toggery
Shoppe. 119 S. Main.-Ad'.'
SHANTUNG BUFF! Collar attach-
ed shirts. Such irresistible Ines as
we are now showing are the latest
word in Smartness. Davis Toggery
Shoppe, 119 S. Main.-Adv.
MISS HOLLADAY'S CANDIES of
Paris, Ky. Fresh every week. Tice's
117 So. Main St.-Ad.
Renew your subscriptions at Walir's
Bookstores.-AdvI

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WALTER HAMPDEN, owing to the enthusiastic reception ,iven his pre-
sentation of Shakespeare's "Hamlet" at the Whitney theater Wednes-1
day night, will favor Ann Arbor lovers of drama by returning Friday
night for a performance of "Romeo and Juliet."

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Helen Newberry residence will en-
tertain the members of the faculty at
a tea on Sunday from 4 to .6 o'clock.'

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women
ages or

Board. of directors of the Women's
league will ,meet at 9 o'clock Satur-
day at Barbour gymnasium.
Rehearsal of "Dolls" will be held
at 4 o'clock Friday in Sarah .Caswell
Angell hall.
Sophomores are asked to pay their
social tax of $1 to the chairman,
Laura Snyder, '22, in University hall,
or to Miss Louise Potter at Dean My-
ra B. Jordan's office. The tax was
due Dec. 1.

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I- The organization of University house
PROF. MITTENTHAL'S
Dancing School
at the Armory Friday evenings,
7 to 8:30. Continuous instruc-
tion. No recess. My method is
easy and you learn quick. At-
tend now. Special price to
ladies 50c per lesson; 8 lessons
$3.00. If- you come once, you
surely will come again.

heads requests each house head to
collect' faculty tea assessments in her
house and turn it in either to Miss
Potter, secretary to Dean Jordan, or
Victoria Adams, 104 South Ingalls
as soon has possible.
There will be no league party on
Friday of this week, because of the
Freshman Spread on Saturday.
Any girls interested in playng the
piano- for dancing classes should, ap-
ply qt the office in Barbour gymna-
sium.
Upperclass girls who, would like to
help with squads in the gymnasium
should call at the office ,in Barbour
gymnasium 'and make arrangements.
SN imming classes haNe begun at
parbour gymnasium. Girls who have
signed up for. them should report at
the time designated.
Alumnae house still has a few rooms
for women who intend to stay in Ann
Arbor during the Christmas holidays.
There will be an opportunity for them
to get their own meals if they care
to do so. Application should be made
in , the office of the Dean of Women
immediately.
Women who expect to, stay in 'Ann
Arbor during thq holidays, and who
would like to work part of the time,
are asked to leave their names with
Miss Louise Potter in Dean Jordan's
office.
'Anyone interested -in doing, volun-
teer tutoring in Latin or French
should see Marjorie Van Norman, '20.,
.or call at Newberry hall.
All undergraduate women are ir-
vited to the Freshman Spread which
will be held Saturday evening in Bar-
bour gymnasium. Owing to the large
enrollment this year, some have not
received their individual invitations,
and the committee takes this oppor-
tunity to invite those women.

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f WANTED
. WANTED- Students to solicit sub-
seriptions for "The Stars and
Stripes," the A. E. F. paper. Lib-
eral comEissions. Call Don Shoff-
ner at 236 for appointment or call
personally, Friday 6-8, Sigma Chi
S House.

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overcoat WANTED-Rooms. A suite preferred,
V. 30th. For young married couple. In vic-
inity of Michigan Union Bldg. Phone
352-M.

MISS PERKINS TO
LECTURE SUNDAY
Experience in the Psycopathic clinic
in Detroit gives Nellie Perkins, '12, a
basis for her lecture at 6:30 o'clock
Sunday evening in the Unitarian
church. Miss Perkins received her
Ph.D. here in 1916.
Her subject is to be "Juvenile Of-
fenders," and she will discuss the un-
derstanding of human behavior, both
normal and abnormal, especially as
she has found it in her work with de-
linquent characters.
iISS POOLE WILL DIRECT
1HOSPITAL SOCIAL SERVICE
Miss Imogene Poole, formerly di-
rector of the social service department
in the Cincinnati General hospital, has
arrived at the University hospital to
take charge of the social, service de-
partment here. There are now 108
University women. doing volunteer
work, 80 of whom work regularly.
Preparations are being made for a
large Christmas party, with Christ-
mas trees in every ward, Christmas
carols, and other special music.A spe-
cial meeting of the committee, in
charge of teaching the boys and girls
to make Christmas gifts for friends
.nd relatives at home, will be held"
at 1 o'clock Saturday afternoon.
t Chinese Woman Student to Speak
Me Iung Ting, '211, will speak _at
6:30 Sunday evening before the Ply-
, mouth guild of the Congregational
church. Miss Ting comes from Shang-
hai and will speak on the various
phases of the Shantung question and
explain why the young people of
China are so opposed to the acquis-
ition of Shantung by Japan.
Magazine Subscriptions-Best Cldb

She was in a ticklish predicament. Stood there and told that prison ,guard
that she had seen no one, while all the while she knew that his quarry was
right under her cart ... She didn't know his. feet were where they were
thought Come to see what happened. It's a'wonderful romance!
Extra added attractions
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Suitable for of-
luire, Baltimore
S. State St.

WANTED-Student to work evenings
at the Coliseum Ice Rink. Must be
a good skater. Apply at Coliseum.
WANTED-Suite of rooms in Wash-
tenaw avenue district. Call Reavill
or Caery at 1016.
WANTED-An experienced man to do
lettering. Apply office Mack & Co.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Michigan Banners, Pil-
lows 'and Pennants for sale, Mrs.
Lum, .1341 Wilmot. Phone 2384-M.
FOR SALE-Black- leather Boston
bag, similar to "brief case." Tel.
1511-J.
FOR SALE-Drawing Set in excellent

Leatherette Coats (imitation Mocha), fashion-
ably cut and tailored are the newest garments
for winter.
They have fur collars of raccoon, nutria or
muskrat and are lined with chamois; all are
belted.
Prices on all sies of. these coats range from
$39t50 to $55.00.
(Second Floor)
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