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IVMUIIUtUI l tQ SOLO ON COMMISSION.I
Submit Manuscript s.,
MILLEI'S LITERARY AGENCY,
211 Reisinger Ave, Dayton, Ohio.

Sleep Anyplace 'Hit
Eat at Rex's
THE CLUB LUNCH
712A RdkR STREET
Near State and Packard

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Of things Beautiful

OUR HOUSE IS

Too full for Utterance

Gifts Suitable to all Givers

OPEN EVENINGS

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PLAN FESTIITIES FOR
CHISTMAS HOLIDAS
WOMEN IN ANN ARBOR DURING
VACATION TO HAVE
GOOD TIMES
Girls who are planning to spend the
Christmas holidays in Ann Arbor may
look forward to many festivities and
good times. The Women's league is
making numerous plans for their en-
tertainment, and preparations for
some of the parties have been begun
already.
According to Theodosa Burton, '23,
chairman of the social committee of
the league, there will be a Christmas
eve carrol party. All girls are to meet
for several evenings before to prac-
tice singing the carrols.
Then, on the night before Chistmas,
they will go in a body to the hospi-
tals and other houses in which there
are several little children, and sing
the carrols after the good old English
style. After the serenading, the car-
rol singers will return to the Presi-
dent's residence to .spend the rest of
the evening.
DETROIT Y. W. C. A. WORKERS
GUESTS OF 'Y" CABINET
Eighteen Delegates Attend Banquet
Spread; Will Have Conference
Today
Detroit Y. W. C. A. cabinet mem-
bers and industrial secretaries are
the guests of the University "Y" cab-
inet. Eighteen delegates arrived in
Ann Arbor last night and were guests
at a banquet at Newberry hall, after
which they were taken to the Fresh-
man spread.
"Social Creeds of the Churches"
will be the subject discussed at a con-
ference of the Detroit and Ann Ar-
bor cabinets at 10:30 'lock today.
The visitors are being entertained at
the dormitories and sorority houses 4n
order that they may have an oppor-
tunity to become familiar with col-
lege life.
ANN ARBOR-HIGH SCHOOL HAS
IMPORTANT EVENTS COMING
Three important events will occur
at the Ann Arbor high school during
the next few weeks. Miss Grace
Greenwood, social director of Martha
Cook building, will address the Girls'
league at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
Ninety per cent of the high school
girls belong to this league which
meets once a month. The program
usually consists 'of stunts by the dif-
ferent organizations or talks by prom-
inent people.
A pageant commerrorating the 300th
anniversary of the landing of the Pil-
grims will be given by the classes
in American history on fthe afternoon
of Dec 10.
The'annual Christmas party and
dance will be held in two weeks when
there will be stunts, planned by the
students, and a Christmas tree.

There will be no meeting of the pub-
licity committee of the Womens'
lague until after Christmas vacation.
Members will be expected to submit
reports' of the work that is being done
at that time.
The Freshman Girls' Glee club will
meet at 4:30 o'clock Monday after-
noon in Barbour gymnasium.
Girls who are planning to spend
the Christmas holidays in Ann Arbor
should sign up in Dean Myra B. Jor-
dan's office at once. It is important
that the exact number be known as
soon as possible.
Senior society will meet at 7:15
o'clock Monday night at Helen New
berry residence.
Stylus will hold its regular meet-
ing at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday night at
the Chi Omega house.
Cover designs for the program= of
the Junior Girls' play must be sent
to Harriet Gustin, '22, 1520 South Un-
iversity avenue, before Dec. 17. Lyrics
are due on the same date so that the
girls can work on the music during
vacation.
Envelopes for ticket remittances for
the minstrel show of the Glee and
Mandolin club have been distributed
to the various sororities and dormi-
tories. All applications for seats
should beyreceived at the Union be-
fore Friday night. Extra envelopes
may be secured by calling at Dean
Myra B. Jordan's office in Barbour.
gymnasium.
Upperclassmen who would be inter-
ested in having a class formed for
advanced gymnasium work are re-
quested, to sign up on the bulletin
board in'Barbour gymnasium.
Typewriters of leading makes for
-ale or rent. O. D. Morrill, 17 Nickel's
kreade.-Ad v.
Ann Arbor's progressive merchants
ise The Michigan"Daily.-Adv.

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appropriate Christmas Gift.
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MARTIN HALLER

FURNITURE

RUGS

Holiday Sale o
Silk Bl1ouses

TIS THIS
COLUMN COLUMN,
CLOSES CLOSS
ADVERTISING

FOR SALR

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FOR SALE-Rebuilt Remington, lat-
est model, $70, bargain. Blickden-
derfer portable typewriter, $6.00.
Phone Marston, 1951-R. 555 Pack-
ard. 59-2
FOR SALE-Model A Gibson Mando-
lin with leather case. $60.00 outfit:
Will sell for $27.50. Call Davis or
Martin, 612 Church. 1070-W. 58-2
FOR SALE- Full blooded Airedale
puppies. Phone 197-R22 Saline.
Fred Klinesmith, R. F. D., No. 4,
Saline. 58-6
FOR SALE-Four tickets for remain-
ing numbers of Choral Union Series
with May Festival coupon attached.
Call 2048-J. 58-3
FOR SALE - Lady's diamond ring,
platinum setting, perfect stone.-
will sell for $400.00. Box B. N.,
Daily. 57-3
FOR- SALE - New set of Richtor
Drawing Instruments. M. Williams.
723 Oakland. Phone 936-W. 54-7
FOR SALE-Hand made banners, pen-
nants, and pillows. 1341 Wilmont.
Phone 2384-M. 55-6
FOR SALE-Tickets for Kubelik. Fine
neat, Main floor, $2.00. Phone
1790-M. 58-2
FOR SALE-Tenor banjo and case.
Fine condition. Call 1153, G. Hag-
erman. 55-6
FOR SALE - Violin, excellent tone,
been in use 30 years, $35.00. Call
1072-3. 57-3

WANTED
WANTED - Students for profitable
positions during Christmas vacation
-no boob dcanvassing or peddling,
but a good position with a steady
income for those who make good.
See Mr. Baldwin at Allenel Hotel.
Monday and Tuesday, Dec. 13 and
14. 58-3
WANTED-Roommate, 217 S. Thay-%
er. one half block from campus.
Phone 1032-M. 59-3
WANTED-. Log Log or Mannheim'
Slide rule. Call Loewensohn, 2375.
59-2
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LOST-Camera on Sunday, Dec. 5,
from an automobile in Ypsilanti
or between there and 328 Thompson
St. in Ann Arbor. Finder please
call R. yl. Alexander, Phone 723-R,
or at the latter address. 58-2
LOST-Black leather notebook with
name Bernadette Cote engraved on
outside. Finder please return to
Betsy Barbour House office. 13
LOST - Mannheim Slide Rule on
Thursday, Dec. 9. R. C. Bergrall,
Phone 1077-M. 58-4
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Apartment, two rooms
and kitchennette-running hot and
cold water. Steamheat. Mr. Leith,
203 S. Thayer St. 54-6
lISCELLANEOUS

Cleveland Alumni Will Give Luncheon
The Cleveland Alumni club - will
hold a special luncheon at the City
club, Hollenden Hotel on Monday,
Dec. 22, to which all university stu-
dents who are home for the holidays
are invited. Plans will be discussed
at this luncheon relative to a ban-
quet the club is planning to give dur-
ing spring vacation.
Red Cross Directors Meet Today
AM Red Cross directors in Washte-
naw county will assemble at 2 o'clock
this aftrnoon at the Ann Arbor Red
Cross headquarters to elect officers
for the coming year. Reports will be
given on Home service, Nurses' serv-
ice, General Relief work, and Finae
ces.
New Englanders to Boost Michigan
"Bring Michigan before the folks
at home." This is to be the keynote
of the activities of the New England
club over the holidays, and a meet-
ing for the purpose, of furthering this
spirit will be held at 7:30 o'clock
Tuesday evening in Lane hall.
Matinee Musical to Give Program
The Matinee Musicale will hold its
next meeting Wednesday at the Un-
ion. The regular business meeting
will begin at 3:30 o'clock and will be'
followed by a program of Christmas
music.

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It is hard to realize the true values involved
this sale, unless you have seen the blouses. If y

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Wool Skit

have, nothing more need be said.
attempt to describe them for you.

If not, we w

Imagine an overblouse of Hindu georgette, embroidered in self colored silk combined
with navy. A sash of navy silk ties in back. The sleeves are short.
Brown satin is made into a severely plain overblouse, distinguished by tiny pleatings of
the satin at the neck.
A blouse of navy georgette is rich with a panel down the front, heavily beaded and
embroidered. The colors are rose, bisque and navy. Bisque georgette forms the lining.
Mahogany is a charming shade, welldisplayed in a blouse of georgette, heavily beaded
and embroidered down the front.
A georgette and satin combination in navy and bisque is made in surplice effect and is
also embroidered.
Of course, it is almost impossible to convey in words the extreme beauty and style of
these blouses. At half price they are really irresistible.
The wool skirts are shown in pleated and plain designs, in rich plaids either accordian,
box or knife pleated. Every one needs a separate skirt and at half price no one can afford
to be without one.
How would you like a wool velour in orange and green, very subdued shades, with one
large box pleat at the front, the rest accordian pleated.
A box pleated skirt, rich looking, is made of blue and tan plaid.
One of black and gold combines box pleats with accordian pleats very effectively. First
come the box pleats and then about five accordian pleats, making a very charming skirt.
Brown and tan plaid make a very good combination in an accordian pleated skirt.
The values in these skirts are very real and at half price are real bargains.

Unicum hair nets just received. All
shades at Quarry's.-Adv.
FOR RFNT
FOR RENT-Front suite with private
lavoratory, electric lights, hot water
heat. Also room for one student.
Good board during vacation. Re-
duced rates for table of ten after
holidays. 1021 E. Huron St. Phonr
481-R. 59-3

HIGHEST PRICES Paid for your old
clothes. Phone 1981-W, and will
call at your convenience. 50-12

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