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organization of presidents of 100 JUNIORS HEAR

Io en

University _houses will meet
officers and conduct other
at 4:15 o'clock Wednesday a
In Barbou rgymnasium.,

to elect
business
afternoon

SKETCH OF PLAY

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over designs for the program of
Junior Girls' play must be sent
Harriet Gustin, '22, 1520 South Un-
rsity avenue, before Dec. 17. Lyrics
due on the same date so that the
is can work on the music during
ation.
lirls who have uncompleted toysl
the Y. W. C. A. toy shop are urged
linish their work this week.
Members of Athena Literary society
requested to meet at 7 o'clock to-
ht in the Alpha Nu room.
niversity Girls' Glee club will re-
,rse at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon.
.11 those who have signed up for
playground course should report
4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon if
y intend to report at all. If less
,n 30 attend, the course will be dis-
tinued.
'his will be the last week to enter
elective course in gymnasium
rk.
'he Judiciary council and board of
resentatives of the Women's league
I have Michiganensian pictures
en at 12:45 o'clock today in the
bitt-Hamilton studio.
he judiciary council of the Wom-1

The meeting of Stylus has been
postponed until 8 o'clock Dec. 14:,
at the Chi Omega house.
Prof. William A. Frayer, of the his-'
tory depattment, will address the opens
forum, at 4:30 o'clock Wednesday aft-
ernoon in Newberry hall, on the sub-
jeet "The New Europe." Discussion
will be conducted by Helen Koch, '21,
chairman of the "International Serv-
ice" forum group.
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.
A banquet for all Presbyterian wom-;
en students will be held at the Pres-
byterian church at 6 o'clock Thurs-
day night at Newberry hall. Tickets
may be secured any time at Newberry
hall.

Approximately 100 junior girls at-
tended the meeting held Monday aft-
ernoon for the discussion of the class
play. Prof. John L. Brumm gave a
sketch of the play and described the
lnih do fn hrin dn ~in Tha

FRAYER TO DISCUSS
"THE NEW EUROPE"
"The New Europe," the title of Prof.
William A. Frayer's address before
the open forum. to be held at 4:30
o'clock Wednesday In Newebrry hall,
was mado famous by a publication of

GIRLS ATTENTION! Rainwater
shampoos, marcel waving, manicur-
ing, face and scalp creatment. Wigs
for rant at Mrs. J. R. Trojanowski's, i
1110 S. University, side entrance.!
Phone 696-W.-Adv.I
Read TbA Daliv for Campus News.

Sleep Anyplace 7
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 ARBOR STREET
Near State and Packard.

possiui tesI or yrcs ana music.I. "e that name edited by Seaton Watson,
play will be read at a later meeting. and later discontinued.
Edna Groff, chairman of the play Professrcr Frayer will discuss treat-
committee, announced that any girls ies, which have failed, the breaking up
who are uncertain on how to progress of Austria and other tendencies since
with their lyrics or music may call at'the armistice. He will attend princi-
Helen Newberry residence for infor- pally to the political phase of the Eu-
mtion in regard to the play. ropean question. but will have some-
Cover designs for the program thing to say along social and econom-
must be sent to Harriet Gustin, 1520 ic lines as well.
S. University, by Dec. 17. Lyrics are Discussion will be conducted afteg
due on th. same date. The lyric chair- the speec'i, by Helen Koch, '21, chair-
man will be announced in The Daily man of the "International Service"
in a short time. forum group.
Tryouts will be held on Dec. 15, 16,
and 18 in University Hall. Typewriters of leading makes for

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Lyndon.Company
L- EsT. 1905 -
719 North University Avenue
WHAT IS CHRISTMAS
without a
N KODAK-
Our Stock of Eastman Kodaks and Brownie
Camers (For thie Kiddies) is complete

sale or rent. O. D. Morrill,
Read The Daily for Campus News. Arcade.-Adv.

17 Nickel's

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-- - The House of All Things Musical -i

More Than 950 Women Join Red Cross
Final reports on the Red Cross
membership campaign among women
of the University added to the 100
par cent dst Delta Delta Delta and
Kappa Kappa Gamma, making a total
of 43 houses with a membership of
100 per cent. More than 950 women
subscribed to the drive. The money
collected by the committee was turned
over to the county organization.
Michigan Daily liners bring re-
sxlts.-Adv.

W ill There Be A

Victrola In Your Home

F or Christmas, ?

league will meet at 5
Inesday afternoon in the
iarbour gymnas'ni.

o'clock
parlors

Cleaners

That

It is the instrument for which almost all the great singers and instru-
mentalists make records exclusively, because they are convinced that no other
talking machine reproduces their playing and singing with such absolute fi-
delity.
Because we, too, are satisfied of this--and our choice is based on an ex-
perience of Forty Years in the music business-we sell no other make, know-
ing that Qnly in the Victrola can our customers find highest degree of satisfac-
tion and enjoyment.
Here is a Most Desirable Victrola Outfit
VICTROLA XI
Oak or Mahogany. Automatic brake, speed, regulator and indicator-and
all those exclusive features that have made the Victrola everywhere supreme.
Price of Victrola XI, alone, $150.

Clean

I'i~ifry
1
.n 11 k

DENZOL USED EXCLUSIVELY

With "Ready File"
Eight Record-filing Sections as Shown-$8.50.

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et

and Twelve Snlecions
Six double-faced, 85c records, or any $5.10 assortment you may select.

VICTROLAS
$25 TO $480

STEINWAY
VOSE
and other famous pianos

Complete
Combination'

$16360

Easy Paymeets

Aaranged

PAYMENTS
ARRANGED
TO SUIT

Make this
A Pfano Christmas!

PARTY DRESSES
CLEANED AND REFINISHED PERFECTLY
WE DO PLEATING OF ALL KINDS
HIS TUTS
LUMN CLM
OSES CLaSiS
ADVERT I PSIN A3P,.,

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A Host of Delightful Gifts in Our Small Musical instrument Dept.

VIOLINS

LOST AND FOUND
'-Black leather notebook with
ne Bernadette Cote engraved on
side. Finder please return to
sy Barbour House office. 13
'-Gold Eversharp pencil at Hy-
ne Lecture, Thursday, Dec. 2.
,ve at Daily, Box B. K. 53-2
-Polyphase Duplex Slide Rule.
e marked with A and two stars.
Chamberlin, 332 Maynard. Phone
6-R. 53-3
--Alpho Rho Chi fraternity pin.
ials A. P. X. Finder please call
6. Reward. H. R. Stanley. 54-2
Theta Phi Alpha pin with
ne on back. Call 1700. Reward.
54-2
FO RENT.
RFNT-Room with south and
t exposure, steam heat. Also
mmate wanted for another room.
ne 1194-M. 53-3
RENT-Apartment, two rooms
kitchennette-running hot and
I water. Steamheat. Mr. Leith,
S. Thayer St. 54-6
LGE for rent at 524 Linden St.
1 or phone 2328-J. 53-3'
WANTED
TED-A student to share'a front
e at 425 S. Division. Price rea-
able. Phone 1565-J. 53-5
TED-Roommate, 214 S. Thayer.
-half block from Campus. Phone
-M. 53-3

FOR SALE
FOR SALE - New pair of cordovan
brogue oxfords. Size 7. Worn very
few times. Cost $17, will sell for
$11._Box B._L., Daily. 54-2
FOR SALE - New set of Richtor
Drawing Instruments. M. Williams.
723 Oakland. Phone 936-W. 54-7
FOR SALE -Banjo-mandolin and
case. -i_1 sell cheap. Call 1201
between 7 and 8 P. M. 53-3
MISCELLANEOUS
STUDENT SALESMEN-men or wo-
men can have steady income selling
-t proofing for shoes, hats, um-
brellas, etc. Guaranteed by manu-
facturers. Big commissions, small
working capital only. Room 55,
Whitney Hotel, 4-6. 54'
STUDENTS EARN big commission
claing only pocket check protector.
Inks and perforates-guaranteed!
five years. Sells at $2.50. Also the
new Benton wrench for every autol
owner. Can't slip. Whitney Hotel, 4
6-8. E., W. Sweet. 54
1032-M. 53-31
$15 REWARD offered to anyone as-
certaining as to whereabouts of a
man's brown leather overcoat, beav-
er collar and belt, stolen from
Chemistry building on Nov. 30. Call
1830-J: 53-3

Special outfits for beginners, 94 and %
sizes .............. ..............$15 up
Fine Strad model Violin, splendid tone; com-
plete with bow, canvas case, extra
trings, chin rest, resin and tuner...$18.00
Other outfits .....................$20 to $250
MANDOLINS AND GUITARS
"Rolando," "Martin," "Washburn,. "Gibson,"
and others....................$10 up
SAXOPHONES
"Buescher" True-Tone in all keys. Good stock
of the popular C-melody model which can
be played with the piano without transpo-
sition.
ACCORDIONS
Prices, ranging from...............$10 to $75
HARMONICAS
Large stock, best makes..........$1 to $7.50

HAWAIIAN UKULELES
"Kumulai," made in Hawaiian Islands
.. ..........$9 to $22.50
American-made Ukuleles ...............$5 up
BANJO UKULELES
Big specials for Christmas......$9.50 to $17.50
MUSIC STANDS
"Hamilton" ............... .......$2.50
Others .......... ... .... . $1.00 to $1.50
Music Stand Cases, leather............$2.00

BANJOS
Standard 5-string Banjos.... .....$10 up
Vega, Little Wonder, Whyte Laydie and Tuba-
phone Banjos.
Banjo Mandolins ...........$10 up
Tenor Banjos....................$10 Up
TOY MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Toy Pianos...............75c up
Violins, with bow ...................$4.50
Clarionets .......................... $5.00
Xylophones ........... $2.00 up
Cornets .........................$2.00 up
Bugles... .............$2.50
Trombones ...........................$5.00
Drums.. . ........... .75c up
Music Boxes. ................$1.50 -to $8
AUTO HARPS
3, 5 and 8 bars. Easy to play. Celestophones
-the harp with the mandolin effect. Has
piano keyboards...........$6.50 to $10
JAP FIDDLES
GIVE A GIFT CERTIFICATE
Issued for any amount. Permits the recipient
to choose anything he may desire.

Muic Bags

All Styles, All Leathers-$1 to $18
Special-Double fold, Moris lined, kera-
tol case; cowhide strap and han-
dle-December Special.............$2

NOTE:-Name in Gold, FREE, on all Music Rolls and Bags from $3.00 up!
Tc

A most acceptable gift
Player-Piano owner is an
ment of Mel-O-Dee song
strumental rolls - ther
provides-music of greatest
Large stock. Courteous, m
informed salespeople.
service.

for the
assort- . ,
and in-
roll that
t beauty. r r t
usically-
Pleasing

HIGHEST PRICES Paid for your old
clothes. Phone 1981-W, and will
call at your convenience. 50-12
TWO WEEKS room rent free to stu-
dent, for particulars call 236-W or
723 Oakland. 54-3

This Christmas
Give Musical Gifts

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