THE MICHIGAN .DAILY
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little shop we have here in
Ann .Arbor! Isn't it New
re are hundreds of feminine
to choose from here-and we'd
advise you to shop early, be-
the best of them will go first, of
All girls expecting to remain
here during vacation, are asked to
sign up at Barbour gymnasium so that
the Women's' league can reach them
as there will be no Daily to announce
any activties. They are requested to
leave their name. address, and tele-
phone number either in)-the bluebook
in the league rooms or in the one left
with Louise Potter, '16, in Dean Myra
B. Jordan's office.
The board of representatives of the
Women's league will meet at 9 o'clock
Saturday morning in Barbour gym-
A rehearsal for "Dolls" will be held
at 4 o'clock this afternoon. The dress
rehearsal will be at 7 o'clock Thurs-
day evening in Sarah 'Caswell Angell
Freshman Girls' Glee club will meet
at 7 o'clock Thursday evening in Sar-
ah Caswell Angell hall for practice
with Masques. The president requests
that all members be present.
Prof. John C.Parker, head' of the
electrical engineering department,
will speak at Y.W. C. A. vesper serv-
ices at 4:30 Wednesday afternoon at
Newberry hall. The Girls' Glee club
will sing Christmas carols, and an
informal tea will follow the devotion-
There will be a short meeting of the
Girls' Reserve club leaders at 7 o'clock
Thursday evening. Plans will be dis-
cussed for a club of club leaders.
"Dolls," the Christmas play to be
given by Masques next Friday after-
noon at 4:15 o'clock before the Wom-
an's League, presents some interest-
ing and unique problems for the prop-
erty committee. Doll boxes large
enough' to accommodate the doll act-
ors and a doll house large in propor-
tion are among the properties that
have taxed the ingenuity of the prop-
The stage in the second scene is so
arranged as to represent, on an en-
larged scale, the top of the table
which stood at the rear of the stage
in the first scene loaded with Christ-
mas gifts for the Little Girl. The au-
dience seems to be looking at this.
Christmas table through a powerful
magnifying glass. Although the dolls
move like marionettes, they prove to
be human enough in the clash of mo-
tives, and opinions.
Another feature of the afternoon's
program will be numbers, by the
Freshman Girls' Glee club. The per-
formance is open not only to the mem-
bers of the Woman's League but to
any other women of the University
who are interested.
T. F. McCoy, '14L, of Detroit visited
friends here Sunday and Monday.
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There are two big reasons why you will like this model.
First, it is a brogue, and handsomely decorated brogues are
what's-what today. Second, it is an every-kind-of-weather
TOP GRADE $16-00
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115 So. Main St.
MAIN AND LIBERTY STREETS
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PRO MPTLY "PROMY
WRITER SAYS'! OVEMENT
FOOT TO CUARGE FULL
RENT DURING VACATION
LOST-A black leather bill fold con-
taining bills and driver's; license in
Hill Auditorium Friday evening. Re-
turn to D. A. Stone, 825 E.' Univer-
sity or call 1656-J. Reward.
LOST-A pair of dark brown fur lined
gloves last Thursday in Union or
between' Packard St. and Union.
Notify 1365-R, 929 Church St. Re-
LOST-A blue .leather pocket-book on
State St., Sunday noon. Two cards,
Mrs. William A. Jiffers. Finder may
keep money as reward. Please call
WOST-A string of pearl beads be-
tween Busy Bee and Delta on State
St. Finder please call 740-M.
LOST-Lady's wrist watch near Inter-
urban Station, Saturday about 4 P.
M. Reward. Call 348-R.
LOST- Parker fountain pen. Call
Bob DFake, 831-M. Reward.
POR RENT-Suite of two rooms, three
doors from campus. Best of condi-
ions for study. Price right. Posses-
sion after Christmas. Box AB.
OR RENT- Large front room for
two, corner of Ashley and W. Mad-
OR SALE--Hand made banners, pil-
lows and pennants. 1341 Wilmont
St., or Phone 2384-M.
OR SALE-Three' tickets for extra
concert series. $3.50 seats for $3.00.
Call Ives, 231.
WANTED--Place to live, for my wife.
and myself-furnished housekeep.
ing 'apartment or living room and
bedroom. Rubin Sleight. Tel. 264-W.
334 S. State. Michigan Public Util-.
WANTED-By Dec. 20. Three desir-
able furnished- rooms - for light
housekeeping. Student and wife
with small child. Address*Box 0,
WANTED - Medium sized suite of
rooms or small apartment, prefer-
ably latter by two upperclass men.
Box A B C., Daily.
-WANTED-A suite of rooms near
campus. For University, students.
Phone 373-M. William Bonham.
WANTED-Single room near ;Campus,
to move in before Dec. 20. Write
Daily, care Box A. C.
FOR SALE-1917 Dodge touring car,
summer and winter tops, exhaust
heater, five over-sized tires, spot-
light, etc. A good buy at $850.
Professor Whipple, Tappan Hall, or
624 Church St.
FOR SALE-A railroad ticket to Bos-
ton, Mass. Good until Jan. 10. $151
if taken at once. Call at 1210 Wash-
tenaw after seven any night.
FOR SALE- Wurlitzer guitar with
case.' A bargain if sold at once.1
Call at 624 Tappan or, phone 1119-R.
Women's Editor, The Michigan Daily:
I wish to call attentions to the stand
some of the landladies are taking in
regard to room rent for the Christmas
holidays. .There seems to be a move-
ment on among the landladies to de-
mand full rent for rooms which will
be vacant for 17 days. According to
former contracts between lessees and
lessors, only one half of the usual
%mount was exacted, when the lesses
were absent for a period of more than
10 days. Michigan is behind Indiana
university in this respect, for there no
rent is charged for rooms which are
vacant during Christmas and Easter
I know of one house where there are
14 students, whose rent each month
amounts to $150. I also know that the
laundry "bill is $7, the electricity bill
is $8, the cleaning amounts to $10, and
the heating would be approximately
$12. These *expenses amount to $37,
but for the 17 days of vacation they
would be only half that much. The
landlady then would have $75 from
room rent to meet expenses of $18.50.
I believe this demand is unjust and
exorbitant, and these students should
be supported in their refusal to meet
the' demands of such mercenary land-
ladies. - Many students live outside
of the state of Michigan and have to
pay a considerable sum for railroad'
fare when they go home for the holi-
days, and they should not be burden-
ed with this extra, unfair, financial
Louisiana Has Girl Cheer Leaders
- Louisiana university sent two girls
as yell-leaders and mascots to the
football team when they played Tu-
lane university at New Orleans. To
lead the yells the girls were dressed
in clown eostumes, one in gold, the
other in purple, and the latter fea-
tured aesthetic dancing., This was the
same day Michigan played Minne-
Betty Valentine, '17, of Detroit, was
the guest of friends in Ann Arbor for
a few days.
A Season of Lxquisite Blouses
You can easily turn your suit into an afternoon dress by Wearing. one of the season'
exquisite dress blouses. These are bedecked with lace and embroidery of all kinds and are it
many bewtching styles in colors to outdo the rainbow.
One of the most attractive of these blouses is a soft tan, embroidered all over with brigli
designs. This yarn embroidery combined with the Russian blouse is the winter'ote.
Several of the darker blouses have metal embroidery, which Dame Fashion insists o:
trying everywhere.' We agree with her on its effectiveness, especially in regard to thes
We have many severe but smart looking tailored blouses, excellent for for street o
No woman can be well dressed without a wide assortment of blouses and especially car
no woman be well dressd this year without at least one of the season's bright and unusua
Don't Go Home This Christmas
Till you have ordered MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS as Gifts
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