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ICHIGAN E

SInter6t to University Women

DAILY ISSUED BY ENROLL! Tonight is your last
chance to enroll in the second term of
MINNESOTA WOMEN lancing classes for beginners con-
wucted by Miss Moses' in the Nickel's
Arcade Dance Hall. Tefrtlso
Womn iurnliss a Minesta e-will be given this evening, 7:15 to

iversity me
sons by ap
-Adv.

IRPETS INTRODUCED
[0R CHILDREN'S PLAYS
I think there will be more plays
children in the future," said Mrs.
adley M. Davis in her talk about
ppet plays before the open meeting
Masques yesterday afternoon.
lays are being studied more and
re in the schools and in the mean-
Ile puppets will fill in the gap."
>uppess have been known since al-
st prehistoric times. -Traces of
)ai have been ,found in the early
eek, 'Egyptian, and Chinese rec-
s. "Punch" has always been a
mlar character in England.
Marionettes have been most fully
reloped in France, Italy, and Ger-
ny. 'England, as well as these Eu-
ean countries, has lately -expefi-
:ed a revival of interest in puppet"
aters,'' she stated.
Faust" is thought to have been a
ppet play originally, It was a fav-
Le with Goethe and he used its
Lar theme in his famous drama.
nch people have been known to
without food in order to attend the
'formances which were continued
ht after nigit. .
drs, Davis is interested in the move
establish these theaters all over
country. Each place would own
eral sets of puppets which they
ald circulate among the other
aters. Marionettes bcancreate tI-
ions which' are impossible on the
1 stage. People's heads can be
off and impossible animals' repro-
:ed.
Lnother meeting will be held next
esddy afternoon in the interest of
anizing a club to study puppets
,h a view of presenting a play in.
spring at Dean Myra' B. Jorldan's
ty for children.
SPECIMENS OF RARE
BIRDS RECEIVED BY MUSEUM
(Continued from page Four)
do 'not care 'especially for the
th American birds, although we
e thousands of them now."
he museum also has an added as-
tment of birds from 'South Dakota,
' REST
Home of Sweet and Purity'
Always Fresh

160 in number, which Professor Wood
collected during July and August of 2
the past summer. Some of these are
rare and valuable specimens. New
specimens are also .received occasion-

Stunts Planned
For. League Party

ally from former students of the U~ni- Women's league parties this year
versity. are just like it says on the circus pas-
ter "bigger and better than ever." For
vf next Friday, the Yates Adams house
and the Alice Freeman Palmer house
W o m enare planning stunts. The nature of
the entertainment is a mystery but
rehearsals are going forward and they
Open forums of the University Y. W. promise "big doings."
C. A. at Newberry hall for today Following the stunts, which begin
are as follows: "Women as Citizens," promptly at 4:15 o'clock' in Sarah
Prof. David Friday, of the economics Caswell Angell hall, dancing and
department speaking, Catherine games to introduce the girls to each
Greenough, '23, chairman; at 4 o'clock; other and promote good fellowship,
"Intenational Service," Helen Koch,: will be conducted by the social com-
'21, chairman, at 5 o'clock; "Social mittee. Attendance at both parties
Creed of the Churches," Ruth Deemer,! this year has been large and in view
'22, chairman, at 5 o'clock. These of the promised excellency of Friday's
meetings, are open to all University program, the turnout should remain
women. the same.

cently issued a 'copy of the Minnesota
Daily entirely without help of the
men on the regular staff. The edi-
tion was the annual Theta Sigma Phi
issue and to quote from an announce-
ment by the managing editor made on
the front page, "All copy was written
and slung into forms by the. female
journalists."
Theta Sigma Phi is an honorary so-
rority for women students who are
specializing in journalism with mem-,
bership based entirely upon ability.
The national oragnization, was found-
ed in 1909 at the University of Wash-
ington and has within its legion of 24
active chapters the best newspaper
and magazine women in the country.
Y. W. C. A. FORUM
OPEN TO WOMEN
All University wompn are inviterj
to the first open forum at 4:30 o'clogk
today in Newberry hall at which Prof.
David Friday will speak on the sub-
ject, "Women as Citizens."
Following the -talk an informal dis-
cussion will be carried on, led by the
group forum, Women as Citizens, in
which, it is hoped by the Y. W. C. A.,
that every girl will take part. The
purpose of the or'agnization is to
interest women in the political field.
Announce Engagements and Marr'ages
Announcement was made of two
marriages and one engagement at the,
alumni housewarming of Theta Chi
fraternity last week-end. A. Thomas
Lehman, '19, announced his engage-
ment to' Agnes Maxwell, '21.
The marriage of Forrest Piedmont,
ex-'16, to Miss Helen Root, of Sag-,
inaw, was announced. The marriage of'
Waldo E. Fellows, '15, to Miss Eileen
Gillespie; daughter of Mr. and Mrs.i
John A. Gillespie of Detroit, will take
place Dec. 1 at the Forest Avenue'
Presbyterian church in Detroit.

8:15. Classes are exclusively for Un-
OUR SODAS
AND SUNDAES
ARE THEY GOODT
PI1L SAY THEY ARE
FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH
Corner State and Liberty

Patronise Daily advertisers. -A-,
: ALI

o Michigan Resident Students
Well known Detroit Banking Firm is desirous
at this time to acquire certain information
throughout the state which we believe can be
obtained through the U. of M. student body.
Only qualification, student must be able to
furnish A-1 reference from home community
as to general character. Liberal compensa-
tion to right parties.
P. O. BOX 1335, DETROIT, MICHIGAN
SAXOPHONES

Junior girls will hold their first
party at 3:30'o'clock Wednesday aft-
ernoon in Barbour gymnasium.
Girl Reserve leader's training class
will meet at 7 o'clock Thursday night
in Newberry hall.

held at 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon.
There will be a meeting of the
Girls' Educational club at 8 o'clock
tonight at Betsy Barbour house.
The picture of the Freshman spread
committee will be taken at 12 o'clock
Thursday, Nov. 18, at Corbitt and
Hamilton's studio on State street.

Mortarboard will meet
o'clock Thursday night at
Omega house,

SAXOPHONES REPADDED AND ADJUSTED

at 7:30
the Chl,

DY OOR EXPER T
C-Sop. Buescher Saxophone.
SILVER (ALMOST NEW)

There will be hockey practice for all
the teams that can be present at 3
o'clock this afternoon. This is the
last chance for practice before the
tournament games.
The freshman-sophomore hockey
game will be played at 3 o'clock Fri-
day afternoon. The junior-senior
game will be played at 3:30 o'clock
Friday. Girls must be at the fieldf
promptly.
All fees for swimming at the city
Y. M. C. A. should be paid between 2
and 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon,
Nov. 18, at Barbour gymnasium.
The advanced dancing class will
meet at 5 o'clock this afternoon. The
beginners' class will meet at 5 o'clock
Thursday afternoon.
The third hygiene lecture will be

All girls taking light gymnasium
work will meet regularly at 4 o'clock
on Mondays and 9 o'clockon Wed-
nesdays., All girls who cannot be
present at these times should mnake
special arrangements with Miss Wood
at once.
The publicity committee and so-
cial committee of the Women's league
will meet at 5 o'clock Wednesday at
the home of the social chairman, Theo-
dosia Burton. Every member should
be present
Those who have signed for the play-
ground course will meet at 5 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 17, to set
the day and hour for a regular class.
Those who have signed for basket-
ball will meet at the same time.
For results advertise in The Mich-
igan Daily.-Adv.

.$102.50

E-flat Alto Buffet Saxophone... $110.25
SILVER (GOOD AS NEW)
C-Melody Buescher Saxophone $158.75
SILVER (NEW)
C-Mclody King Saxophone.... $167.25
SILVER (NEW)

i

Swimming Pool Opens in December
The city Y. M. C.A. swimming pool
will be open early in December for
those women who signed up. 4r-
rangements cannot be fully completed
until all fees are paid. Girls are urg-
ed to pay as soon as possible so that
a place in the classes can be reserv-
ed for them. Only a limited number
can join. Regulation suits will notbe
required. Towels may be rented or
furnished by the girl herself.

Other Bargains

in Saxophones in Stocke.
See Us when in.Need of a Good Saxophone

Schaeberle & Son, Music House

110 South Main Street
The Place for All Musical Instruments

1

A Letter That Should
Interest Everybody

WAnAflk
Ann Arbor

3012 S.Main

Phone 474-W

. - I

November 15, 1920

336 S. State St., Ann Arbor, Mich.

L'EANR'
204ne.62. AfM7o

To MY CUSTOMERS:

This letter will advise you that I have resigned my position with A.
STARR BEST INC. of CHICAGO as manager of their college stores,'
and that I have started a business under my own name at the above address.
My sudden change of affiliation was brought about by a trip to New
York where I was astounded by the values that I could give you in case I
went into business on my own resources. At no small amount of risk I took
the step, and am now in a position where you, the customers, will derive great
benefit from it. I have brought back from New York suits that were marked
heretofore very closely to sell for $100 and am going to sell these at SIXTY
DOLLARS and suits that previously sold for $75 will cost you no more

dies Party Gowns a Specially

UNION
D A NC ES

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than FORTY-FIVE.

These suits are of the finest imported and domestic

HAVE BEGUN

worsteds and tweeds and equivalent to the best I have ever shown.
As regards shoes, I have the much coveted WHITEHOUSE & HAR-

The discouraging fact that you
are unable to dance graceful-
ly will probably restrain you
from attending your class
dances.
I. will guarantee to teach you
all the (modern dances grace-
fully and artistically in eight
lessons.

S

DY line which is by far the best regarded line in the Eastern colleges.

These

Ahoes are marked at prices which will compare favorably with my suits and

overcoats.

My formal opening will be on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER EIGH-
TEEN and I look forward to having you call.
Yours most truly,

I = a.=

LE
HAI

VERNE M.
LS E Y'S
'UDIOS
ARCADE
____ E0J
W.ae14

(Signed)

GUY WOOLFOLK

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