rest to University Women
Faculty Ien Laud
Art Of Hampden
to an Eng-
wish to be
ot as a cur-I
ciples for which she stood. had used
s"what they called my witty responses."
She appeals to the newspapers to
give her a reputation which will be
"helpful to a woman in a position of
If you aren't satisfied, we can't be.
We make "?ortraits that Please" you
at Derr Studio.-Adv.
Helen Newberry residence will en-
tertain the membersofdthe faculty at
-a tea on Sunday from 4 to 6 o'clock.
Board of directors of the Women's
league will meet at 9 o'clock Satur-
day at Barbour gymnasium.
Walter Hampden is a dramatic ar-
tist showing sincerity in production
and interest and talent; in classical
drama," said Dean Effinger in regard
to the play of "Hamlet" Wednesday
night given at the Whitney theater.
Hampden also appeared last night
before a full house at the same the-
ater in Shakespeare's "Romeo and Ju-
formed and they are beinig taught the
"He is an artist; of suppression rath-
er than expression," said Prof. J. R.
Brumm, "as is seen in his production
of 'The Servant in the House' by Ken-
sults in his influence on other peo-
ple. The tremendous success of Hamp-
den in this production, in the years
intervening. between this and his Ann
Arbor schedule this year,.as well as
his success in "Hamlet" and "Romeo
and Juliet" prove him to be one of
the greatest artists in the higher dra-
this week end.
Alice Weaver, '
been visiting frie
Ruth Dailey, '
spending a few d
of friends here fo
_ o Student Heap
For everything in "Brighten U
ment of swing frames, Hand-m
c window shades at lowest prices
Put Off Choosing
Jur Full Stock Of
cl Christmas Presents And
ack Them With Chocolates
Yours' Will Be The Gift
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.
. The organization of University house
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 as possible.
Any girls interested in playing the
piano for dancing classes should ap-
ply at the office in Barbour gyna-
Twelve years ago Hamden came to
the University, out of good will for
the campus and interest in higher dra-
ma, to give "The Servant .in the
House" on one Sunday afternoon in
the Majestic theater. This was given
as a free performance to the Uni-
versity. The manuscript is -one which
Ham-pden himself brought over from
England. The servant, played by
Hampden, was a typical character of
PAINTS L. E. WENZEL
FOLLOW THE TRACKS
To Th iaetc hareSn
signed up for them
the time designated.
have begun at
Girls who have
should report at
Women who expect to stay in Ann
Arbor during the 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
All 'undergraduate women are in-
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.
DOCTOR ADVISES WOMEN TO
WEAR CLOTHES THEY LIKE
)EN in Miniature with all K
tr window for you to be able
these upon your table
to place one
r, Never.a Film
An absolute novelty, un
Woman's attire ' has not been the
cause of her ill health in the past
and is not apt to be in the future,
according to the report of Dr. Cope-
land, health .commissioner of Detroit,
who insists that silk hosiery,,.veils and
cosmetics have no lasting and injur-
lou effect on the average woman de-
spite all of the discussion to the con-
He says that during the influenza
epidemic it was shown that although
the majority of the exponents -of thin
3h hosiery are unmarried women, it was
the married women who had the ma-
- jority of cases. There are no statis-
ties to show that women have more
IV 'defective eyesight than men as the
decriers of veils would have it.
Dr.' Copeland advocates women do-
ing as they feel inclined in the mat-
'S ter of dress as he maintains that they
have, proved themselves physically
capable of overcoming the 'handicaps
resulting and the mental attitude
* which is held has a marked effect on
the physical system, therefore, let the
wonien have their present method of
dress and be happy about it.
TUESDAY AUTHORIZED DATE FOR
and ORGANIZATION KENTUCKY CLUB.
., -'a -
how her loi
of the trai
"BACK TO CODS
To.-day you buy
duality and fit to
i:z the best custom
all the style,
be obtain ed
A DESIRE TO EXCEL, THE
ABILITY TO OBTAIN THE
BEST TAILORING BRAINS, A'
SYSTEM OF MAKING THAT
CONSIDERS. EACH INDIVIDUAL
GARMENT AS SUITED TO. AN
VANTED- 'Students to solicit sub-
scriptions for "The Stars and
Stripes," the A. E. F. paper. Lib-
eral commissions. Call Don Shoff-
ner at 236 for appointment or call
personally, Saturday afternoon, Sig-
ma Chi House.
asses in black
in back cover.
r. Call 16 if'
lt to overcoat-
rule. Call A.
WANTED-Rooms. A suite preferred.
For young married couple. In vic-
inityfof Michigan Union Bldg. Phone
WANTED-Eight students to board
during Christmas holidays. Home
cookinig. Call 99-J.
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.
FOR RENT-A large room one block
from the campus. 533 Church St.
To re-organize a Kentucky club in
the. University, the officers of the 1917-
1918 Kentucky club are planning a
meeting at 7 o'clock Tuesday evening
in the Union tap room. They espec-
ially urge that all men from Kentucky
be present at this first meeting, in-
asmuch as it will be for the purposes
of organization and election of new
Through error, the notice in Fri-
day's Daily was to the effect that the
organization meeting of 'the club
would be held Monday night, but Nor-
ton Goldsmith, president of the 1917-
1918 club state' that the authorized
date is at 7 o'clock Tuesday.
DANCING PARTY (IVEN BY
FOUR UNIVERSITY HOUSES
Residents of the Sweezy, Reynolds,
Purdy, and Wheeler University houses
gave a dancing party on Friday eve-
ning in Barbour gymnasium. The
chaperones of the evening were Prof.
L. A. Strauss, and Mrs. Strauss, Mrs.
O. B. Sweezy, Mrs. Purdy, Mrs. A. S.
Reynolds, and Mrs. A. A. Wheeler.
The judiciary council of the Wom-
en's league was also represented. The
hall was decorated with flowers, and
the favors were caps and ribbons.
QI THERE IS AN ADLER-ROCH-
ESTER SUIT TO FIT YOU.
by the -
Lutz Clothing Store
217 South Main Street
Adler Rochester Clothing