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December 11, 1919 - Image 8

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and leather coats-better look

The cast for "Dolls," Masques play
to be given before the Woman's
league at 4:15 o'clock Friday is made
up largely from the new members of
the organization, Olga Johnson, the
strong-minded Fashionable Lady Doll
being the only exception. The direct-
or, Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, expresses
himself s more than pleased with the
showini made at the reeharsals. The
cast is as follows:!
Mother, Laura Martin, '23; Little
Girl, Dorothy Saunders, '23; Maid,
Frances Oberholtzer, '21; Genevieve,
Edna May Shafer, '23,; Fashionable
Lady Doll,\Olga Johnson, '21;. Marie
Antoinette Doll, Christine Murkett,
'23; Soldier Doll, Mary Ives, '23; Jap
Doll, Cecelia Fohey, '21; Peasant
Doll, Amy Loomis; Harlequin Doll,
Elsa Orsin, '23; and Baby Doll, Fran-
ces Maire, '21.

10:00 A.

THURSDAY
M.-Soph engineers assemb-

SOCIAL PROBLEMS -
DISCitSSED AT "Y"
Prof. John C. Parker of the Engi-
neering School discussed the causes
and the cure for the present social
unrest in his address at Y. W. C. A.
Vespers held Wednesday afternoon in
Newbprry hall.

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non-chalant charm a veil of lace. Our.
silk, velur hats lack the veil but not
the cleverness. They may be procur-
ed in three shades, and they're mod-
'hrately priced. Davis Toggery Shoppe.
119 S. Main.-Adv.

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A FEW, SUGGESTIONS:'

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Cedar Chests.
Floor Lamps
Smoking Sets¢
Kitting Stands'

ly in room 348, Engineering build-
ing.
6:00-Ex'18 engineers hold dinner at
Union. All members of this. class1
are asked to sign up for this dinner
in the room of the Engineering so-.
ciety.
7:00-Chemical engineers meet in
room 303, Chemical building to re-
organize chemical branch Engineer-
ing society.1
7:00-Pi Delta Epsilon meets on third3
floorof Union.
7:15-Boxing club meets in room 306
of Union.
7:15-Cooley club meets in Jeffer-
sonian hall, Law building. \
7:80 - All-economics smoker in
Union.
77:30-Comedy club meeting in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall.1
8:00-"Red Feather" opera in Whitney
theater,
FRIDAY
12:15-Cabinet club has Michiganen-
sian picture at Rentschler's studio.
5:45-Baptist supper in honor of Dr.i
P. H. J. Lerrigo in Baptist church.
0:30-Hobart guild banquet in Harris
hall. Dancing from 8:30 to 11
o'clock.1
6:30-'-Michigan Naval militia dinner1
in Union.
7:30-Polonia Literary circle meets
in Lane hall auditorium.
j7:30 - Cosmopltan club meeting.
Professor Griffith speaks on "For-
eign Trade and International Re-
lations."
7:30-Plymouth guild Christmas party
in Congregational church.
S00-ed F'eat-er" opera inX'Vhitne
theater.
8:00-Lutheran students' party in
Lane hall.
8:00O-Swimming meeV with D.. C.
at city " Y"
SATUkDAY
7:30-Student Volunteers meet in Lane
hall. Dr. Lerrigo speaks.
SUNDAY
6:30-Baptist guild meeting. Lee Bo.
nar leads.
6 :0-Untarian guild forum. Mr.
Lewis Eich will tead "The Other
Wise Man."
U-NOTICES
The class in story-telling will hold
its first' publie story hour at 4
o'clock this afternoon in room 302
Mason hall. The following Tuesday
and Thursday sessions will also be
open to the public. Children from
5 to 10 will enjoy the stories most.
Choral Union ushers will bai uet at
the city Y. M. C. A. at 6 o'clock. Sat-
urday evening. Notify Mr. Holland
if unable to attend.
LARGE STUDENT TURNOUT AT
AMERICAN L GION SMOER
About 300 men, principally students,
attended the American legion smoker
last night at the Armory.
Patrick Walsh, the post commander,
invited ill ex-service students to af-
filiate themselves with the local post.
Carl Dehman outlined the purposes
of the legion while Chaplain Wells
explained that an attempt was being
made to have students affiliated with
the Ann Arbor post of the legion se-
cure membershipin the post of their
home town. A. H. Lovell acted, as
chairman of the evening.
N. Y. PROFESSORS UNIONIZE
HAVE NO STRIKE POLICY

reasons, namely, 'Human selfishness
and materialism.'
"The only cure for the present evils
which beset nations will be the cure
of ages past. We must come to real-
ize, 'What shall it profit a, man if he
gain the whole world and lose his own
soul!'"
That we, who have had the oppor-
tunity to train our brains, must, come
to recognize our stewardship of so-
ciety, is the message Professor Sharf-
man would extend to University stu-
dents.
Two Christmas hymns by the Uni-
t, School of Music Glee club pre-
ceded the address, while a social hour
and tea followed.
re Michigan Daily, the only morn-
ing paper in Ann Arbor, contafms all
the latest campus, city, and world
news. -Adv.

DR. HAIILTONI SP
PRESCOTT

"Our problems," says Professor I
Parker, "are not nearly as unique and
peculiar to our age as we are Inclin-
ed to think. David headed a Bolshe-
vik army of malcontents in Israel.
Other generations have experienced
the same unrest and for the same

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A union affiliated with the American
Federation of Labor has been organ-
ized byprofessors and instructors in
16 New York state universities' and
colleges who have issued an invita-
tion to their colleagues to Join the or-
ganization.
The official designation of the or-
ganization is associated teachers'
union, local number 71 of the. Ameri-
can Federation of Teachers, and the
invitations to join emphasize that
strikes are specifically prohibited in
the local's constitution.
SAGINAW CLUB HOLDS FIRST
MEETING OF COLLEGE YEAR
Forty-five Saginaw students were
present at the first meeting of the
Saginaw club, which was held Wednes-
day evening in the Michigan Union.
The purpose of the club was told to
the new members by President F. A.
Louden, '20E, it being to interest high
school students to come to Michigan,
instead of going to other universities.
Plans for the ensuing year were
discussed. The annual party of the
club, known, as the U. of M. Sprout,

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