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IRS, CLUB MEETS;
IM OF SOCIETY GIVEN
f. R. D. Hollister, sponsor of the
rs' club, outlined the purpose,
ization, and conditions of mem-
ip of the club at its first meeting
yesterday afternoon in Mason
The purpose will be three-fold,
presentation of plays, the oral
pretation of literture, and the
ntation of programs for the
bers, including speeches .by out-
s. Beside the programs for the
bers there will occasionally be
c programs.
e organization will be governed

by student officers and by an execu-
tive board chosen from the faculty.
The membership is to be composed of
students, faculty, and friends from
among the town people.
Prof. R. W. Cowden, Dr. J. R.
Moore, Prof. T. E. Rankin, and Dr.
A. S. Warthin supplemented Professor
Hollister's explanation of the organi-
zation by showing how a club whose
aims are so broad can supply a de-
mand which has been felt in the Uni-
versity for many years. The club
will seek to further work in higher
art through play writing, translation
and producing.
DANCE at Dexter tonight.-Adv.
Patronize DIly advertisers.-Adv.

JUNIOR GIRLS' PLAY

A4N DAILY

THE TURKISH
CIGARETTE

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Mrs. Fox was bragging
rge number of her cubs.

one day about the

"How .many cubs do you bring into the
word at one time? she asked the LIONESS.
"Only ONE," replied the Lioness-"but iX
a LION."
MURADS COST 20 CENTS for a BOX
of 10-BUT THEY'RE MURADS!
MURADS would be lower priced if we left out all
or part of the 100% Turkish tobaccos of the purest and
best varieties grown-or if we substituted inferior grades
of Turkish tobacco.

TO BE READ0 ATURDA
The first meeting of girls wo are
interested in writing music and lyrics
for the Junior Girls' play will be
held at 10 o'clock Saturday morning
in Barbour gymnasium. Parts of the
play will be read and explained at
that time in order to give a general
idea of the sort of material required.
Edna Groff, chairman of the play
committee, has appointed Florence
Shirey, music chairman, and Eliza-
beth Vickery, publicity chairman.
Tryouts for individual parts and
choruses in the play will be held on
Dec. 15, 16, and 18, in University
Hall.
W1omen
Girl Reserve leaders will meet at -7
o'clock Thursday night in Newberry
hall.A
Girls are needed for social service
work in the hospitals. Any girl in-
terested is requested to call at New-
berry hall.,
There will be a meeting of the
board of directors 'of the Women's
league at 10:30 o'clock Saturday
morning in Barbour gymnasium. Im-
mediately after the meeting, the Mich-
iganensian picture will be taken at
the Corbett-Hamilton studio.
Freshmen are requested to pay their
social tax of 50 cents either at Dean
Myra B. Jordan's office in Barbour
gymnasium, or to Helen Delbridge, '24,
at Helen'Newberry residence.
There will be a meeting of all girls
interested in writing music or lyrics
for the Junior Girls' play at 10 o'clock
saturday morning in flarbour gym-
nasium.
The fourth hygiene lecture will be
held at 4 oclo&k today in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall.
Beginners' class in dancing will
meet at 5 o'clock thi afternoon.
caba retPuts To
Shame Broadway
New York, {with its great white
way, and gay cabarets is a thousand
miles away., In spite of this, a real
cabaret show, with every detail per-
fect, may be witnessed at 4 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon in Barbour gym-
nasium. It is to be no mere make-
shift - a poor imitation that would
shame the name of "cabaret," but
the real thing, music, dancing, vaude-
ville, n'everything.
The gymnasium, it is said, will be
so changed as to be almost unrecog-
nizable. Tables will be arranged
around the outer edges of the room,
and the entire central part is to be
roped off into a circualr dancing
space. Between dances "drinks" will
be served by white-capped waitress-
es, and vaudeville numbers will be
put on in the empty space in the cen-
ter of the room.
Y. W. C. A. CABINET
HONORS SECRETARY
* send-off party was given by the
cabinet of the University Y. W. C. A.
and the councils of the nurses' units

in honor of Ermina Fillingham, '16,
assistant Y. W. C. A. secretary, yes-
terday afternoon at Newberry hall.
Miss Fillingham will sail for Singa-
pore Jan. 13, where she will be sec-
retary of the national Y. W. C. A. In
behalf of the cabinet, Lois Devries,
'21, presented Miss Fillingham with
a silk American flag. After the pre-
sentation, a short program was held.
Miss Fillingham is the second Mich-
igan woman to be chosen by the na-
tional board of the Y. W. C. A. to rep-
resent the, association in the Orient.
She will leave Ann Arbor Dec. 16 for
New York, where she will be with the
national board until the date of her
sailing.

The Play
That Made
Pajamas
Famous

gested by members of 'th% organiza-
tion should be communicated to Ho-
ratia Corbin, '22, chairman of the
nomination committee.
A meeting of the house presidents
will be held at 4:15 o'clock Wednes-
day afternoon, Dec. 8, at Barbour
gymnasium.
MISS BAUMGARTNER GIVES
' PROGRAM OF ASSOCIATION
"Health is the keynote of the Y. W.
C. A. work program for this year,"
said Miss Lola Baumgartner, girls'
work executive for Michigan, Indi-
ana, Wisconsin and Illinois, in an in-
terview. "It is an individual rather
than a mass plan; and we are at-
tempting to establish health habits in'
the girls with whom we come in con-
tact."
Miss Baumgartner's work is with'
the Girl Reserves and their leaders.
She is intereste4 in explaining to
University women how they may
continue their work outside of the Y.
W. C. A. as well as in the organiza-
tion. Interviews with Miss Baum-
Gartner may be arranged for by cal-
ing the city Y. W. C. A.
Read The Daily advertisemients.
adv..
MAJESTIC
STARTING
NEXT
SUNDAY

MRS. BURTON TO SPEAK
TO GIRL RESERVE LEADERS
"The Y. W. C. A. as a Profession,"
will be the subject of a talk by Mrs.
Marion L. Burton at 7 o'clock tonight
at Newberry hall. Miss Elizabeth Mc-
Gee, industrial executive of Detroit,
will speak on "Industrial Work," and

20 PER CENT REDUCTION
ON ALL RAIN COATS
PRICES RANOEr FIOM $10.00 tO $%AO

Pre-LVacationSae
As most of our sales come from the Student Body we think it only
fair to them to make our reduction at this time in order that you
may take advantage of the same before vacation.
20 PER CENT REDUCTION
ON ALL GORDON & FERGUSON SHEEP-LINED COATS
AND FUR-COLLARED WOOL CLOTH COATS
PPRICES RANGE FRZOM $20.00 TO $3.00

"TWIN
BEDS"

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THE AUTO SERVICE THAT
NEVER DISAPPOINTS
Our car is always'at your
j door, whenever and wher-
ever you want It. If you or
your family is about to go
on a journey you can depend
I ' i on our chauffeur to be there
promptly and get you to your
train or destination on time.'
15 Promptness, courtesy, con-
venience and comfort are
our guides.
CITY TAXI PHOE 230

LEATHERS AT COST

"Girl Reserve Work," will be the sub-'
ject of a talk by Miss ILla katimgart-
ner, girls' work exeOutive for Mich.
igan, Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin.
The meeting is especially for Girl
Reserve leaders but' all women inter-
ested in. the subjects will be welcome.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.

A Riot of Fun
from Start to
Finish,

And It's
WELL
PEPP RED
TOO

PRICES RANGE FROM $20.00 TO $60,00
We are limited in sizes - Come early
J. KARL MALCOLM
LIBERTY AT MAYNARD

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But they wouldn't bel
Foxes!

MURADS-they'd only be

Pione Orders
Promptly Filled

Mail Orders
Promptly Filled

"Judge for Yourself-!"

fecial attention is called
Murad#Os in Tin Boxes

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LA Ir I I
ADVERTISING

THIS
COLUMN
CLOSES
AT 3 P. M.

LOST AND

FOUND

WANTED

w

T-Silver mesh purse containing
.00 bill and change. Finder please
urn to E. V. Alleman, 1003 E.
iv. Phone 383-J. Reward. 49-3
T-Surveyor's tape reel on boule-
rd, east of, Observatory. Return
surveyors' dep't. in Library bldg.
call Wolfe, 2186-R. 50
T - Delta Sigma Phi fraternity
a. Initials "L. H. J. D." on back.
11 Dornbos, 551 Church St. or
one 1526-R. 50-3
T-Black fur glove. Finder please
1 33. 49-2
FOR RENT
RENT-Room with south and
st exposure, steam heat.w Also
om mate wanted for another room.
one 1194-M. 47-4
RENT - Pleasant front second
or suite on Tappan Ave. One-half
Eck from campus. Apply Box, B.
, Michigan Daily office. 48-4
RENT-Room for two gentlemen
$6.00 a week. Modern. Near
ate and Packard. Phone 2645-W.
48-3
RENT-Single room for lady, one
ck from campus. Everything
dern. 1724-J. 50
RENT-Good room within half
ck of campus. Price very reas-
ible. Phone 1121-W. 50-21

WANTED-Two or three students to
sell absolutely first class mining
stock in Ann Arbor and vicinity,
during spare time. Must be abso-
lutely honest and only tell the truth
at all times. Good commission paid.
Good opportunity to make money;
all encouragement given. Write
stating qualifications to Wm. B.
Goodfellow, 303 Farwell Bldg., De-
troit, Michigan. 50-3
WANTED-500 students to subscribe
for Webster's New International
Dictionary on our fifty cents'a week
plan. For further information get
in touch with Mr. Underwood at 207
S. Ingalls. Phone 1808-M. 47-4
WANTED-To rent either small furn-
ished house or accommodations for
eight students near campus. T. J.
Finger, 805 E. Huron. 49-2
WANTED-Three or four unfurnish-
ed rooms for housekeeping by single
woman near the campus. Box B.
J. 50-3
WANTED- Student to share double
room at 425 S. Division. Price $3.50
per week. Call 1565-J. 46-6
WANTE -To rent a small apartment
or suite of rooms near campus.
Box B. G., Daily office. 48-3
WANTED - Two or three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Call
349-J. 48-3

New Evening Dresses

are Included in

The Sale of Silk and Wool Dresses

1A2

OFF

Evening Dresses of Satin Tulle, Metal Cloth, Taf-
feta and Brocaded Sill in Maize, Blue, Pink, Rose
and Salmon. Made in the Newest Styles and
trimmed in Flowers, Metal Lace, Fancy Ribbons
and. Tulle. These Fluffy, Shimmering Dresses

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RENT-Pleasant suite; no
roomers. Two blocks from
. 337 E. Liberty. Phone

oth-
cam-
2059.
50-3

WANTED-A roommate. 319 Thomp- HOUSE PRESIDENTS NOMINATE
son St. 50-2 OFFICERS OF ORGANIZATION

R RENT-Large suite, half block
om campus. Call 1724-M. 49-3
FOR SALE
2 SALE-Slightly worn overcoat.
bargain at $15.00. Inquire by
all, Box T. L., Daily. 49-2
1 SALE-Farland Banjo, wooden
m. Beautiful instrument. If in-
rested call 1791-M. 48-6

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M[SCELLANEOUS
WILL THE Person who took pack-
age containing a pair of trousers
from the Arcade Barber Shop, Wed-
nesday afternoon, Nov. 25, kindly
call Stoddard, Phone. 909. Reward.
50-4
HIGHEST PRICES Paid for your old
clothes. Phone 1981-W, and will
call at your convenience. 50-12

are Simply Irresistible.

Marion Crohn, '21, was nominated
president of the House Presidents' or-
ganization, at a meeting of the nom-
inating committee of that body held
yesterday.
Other nominations were as follows:
Helen Arnot, '21, vice-president;
Beatrice Smith, '22, secretary; and

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(Ready-to-Wear Salon, Second Floor)

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Frances Oberholtzer, '21, treasurer.
Any further, nominations to be sug-

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