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December 19, 1920 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

UNIVERSITY MEN! Invest your draw it ANYTIME & get 5 per ct.
spare monies with the HURON VAL- from date of investment. H. H
LEY BLDG. & SAVINGS ASSO. Div- HERBST, Sec'y., A. A. Savings Bank
idends wil double it in ten years. Can Bldg.-Adv.

WJ4~omen

TO MY PATRONS:--I am preparing to close my studios Thursday
night, December 23rd, for the Christmas vacation. During this time,
extensive alterations will be made to provide additional facilities for
both class and private instruction.
On Thursday, January 6th, I will open with new studios for private
instruction and a large new as-
sembly hall for pupils' practice.
I wish to thank all those who
have contributed to my success
in any way. I will consideryit_
a personal favor if you will vis-
it and inspect My new studios
on the opening day, January 6th.
My best wishes for a Merry
Xmas and a Happy New Year. WVERTH ARCA

The University Girls' Glee club will
meet at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon
in Barbour gymnasium to repeat their
songs in connection with the Masques
play, for the benefit of the hospital
children. Girls will wear light dress-
es.
There will be no basketball prac-
tice on Tuesday, Dec. 21.

ALUMNAE PRESENT\'
MEMORIAL GIFTS
Fifteen of the 1920 Martha Cook'
girls returned yesterday andwere en-
tertained at a formal dinner last eve-
ning by the residents of Martha Cook
building. The dinner party was the
occasion of the presentation of three
beautiful brass candelabras by the
1920 alumnae. One candelabra of
12 burners, is especailly unique in
design and history, the other two are
companion candelabras of seven burn-
ers each.
GILBERT'S and MARTHA WASH-
INGTON'S candies for Xmas. Pack-
ed for mailing. Tice's Drug Store,
117 So. Main St.-Adv.

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All upperclassmen taking elective
work in gymnasium are required to
have a heart and lung examination.
Those who have not taken one should
do so at once.
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.
Unique Costumes
Will Win Prizes
Unique prizes are offered for the
most original masquerades and com-
petition promises to be keen at the
annual fancy dress party to be given
by the Women's league Saturday
night, Jan. 22.
House groups that intend to give
stunts are advised by the committee
in charge to make plans before the
holidays in order that individual cos-
tumes may be thought out and pre-'
pared at home. The family stock of
dress-up costumes may contribute a
pecuiar disguise which can be trans-
formed with a little effort into a
prize-wining creation.
A prize is offered for the cleverest
stunt, and the names of all houses
which are going to compete should
be given to Theodosia Burton, '22, be-
fore Dec. 21.
GIRL RESERVE CLUBS SEND
TOYS TO LOCAL HOSPITALS
Christmas has been observed by
the Gir Reserve clubs both in their
work and in their fun. Cloth toys and
srap books have been made for chil-
dren in the local hospitals and some
toys have been sent to orphanages
by the Girl Reserve clubs. Two of
the clubs dressed dolls and others
prepared gifts for individual chil-
dren. Ornaments for the Christmas
trees at the hospitals have also been
made.
Parties for the clubs have been
held this week and, others will be
given before Tuesday night; There
will be no more meetings of the Girls'
Reserve clubs after Tuesday until
college re-opens.
JUNIOR PLAY CAST TO BE
ANNOUNCED AFTER VACATION
More than 150 girls appeared before
the Junior Girls' play committee at the
tryouts held Thursdayand Saturday.
The cast will be announced after va-
cation.
Lyrics and designs for the pro-
gram cover must be in the hands of
the chairmen immediately.
Xmas Masques to be Given Dec. 26
A Christmas masque, written by
Florence Converse, of the English de-
partment of Wellesley college, will be
given at 4:30 o'clock Sunday, Dec.
26, at the Unitarian church. All stu-
dents are cordially invited.
CREOLE PRALINES-Grunewald's
from New Orleans, at Tice's, 117 Main
St., South.-Adv.
Michigan Daily liners bring re-
sults.-Adv.

Select Your Xmas Gifts Early
A LARGE ASSORTMENT at
DARLING & 7IALLEAUX

Blouse Week,
Since practical gifts are the subject of these sugges-
tions, may we mention silk blouses? Probably nothing
is more practical and yet more charming and more sure
to please than a pretty costume blouse in suit shades or
more brilliant colors. To be really appreciated, these
blouses should be seen, but perhaps a few descriptions
might help:
Overblouses, perhaps predominate, although blouse and tiebacks are also seen. ' An
overblouse of Hindu georgette is embroidered in self colored silk combined with navy.' A
sash of navy ties in the back.
The.same color combination appears in a blouse, entirely plain except for a frill
around the neck and the bottoms of the sleeves.
Navy georgette is made into an extremely lovely blouse with, a panel down the front
heavily beaded and embroidered in rose, bisque and navy. Bisqjue georgette forms the
lining.
Delicate and lovely is an overblouse of orchid georgette, embroidered in the same shade
of silk. The sleeves are short.
Brown satin forms a severely plain blouse, distinguished by tiny pleatings of, the satin
at the neck.
Green, blue and Hindu embroidery enriches a blouse of navy georgette, while. insets
of blue, bisque and Hindu form an unusual note on another blouse of,navy.

The ever popular mahogany is used in a chic blouse of geor-
gette, heavily beaded and embroidered down the front.
Embroidery is very effectively used on an over blouse of navy
satin, lightened by a front panel of light blue.
Tiny dots of orange, green, red, blue and gold embroidered in
wool, cover the front of a dainty and unusual blouse of navy geor-
gette.
A surplice blouse combines georgette and satin in bisque and
navy very effectively.
Why' not let one of these blouses, at half price, settle for you
your gift problem?

FOR RENT

FOR RENT-For 5 or 6 weeks in Jan-
uary and February, to two people,
small furnished house, three locks
southeast of campus. Call 1814-M.
64-2
FOR RENT - Housekeeping apart-
ment, two rooms, ground floor, run-
ning hot and cold water. Near
Campus and down town. Donald
Leith, 203 S. Thayer. 65-1
FOR RENT-Large front room just
across from the hospital, large
enough for two.1110 E. Catherine
St. 65 -1
FOR RENT-Room suitable for two
days. 407 N. Ingalls St. 65-2
FOR RENT-Front room for two at
506 E. Jefferson St. 516-M. 65-1
FOR RENT-- One good front suite,
two blocks from campus. 708 Church
St. Phone '1145-J. 64-2
FQR RENT-Three unfurnished light
lgh~t housekeeping rooms. 1113 C4l-
lege St. 65-1
FOR RENT-Warm front suite. 109
North Thayer. 1223-W. 66-
FOR RENT-Single room, stem heat.
915 E. Ann St. 65-1
XCBLLANgEOU*
HIGHEST PRICES paid for your old
clothes. Phone 1981-J and will call
at your eonvenienoe. 65-6

WYANTED
WANTED-Furnished appartment or
large light housekeeping quarters
for young couple. Occupancy by
Dec. 24th, for a year at least. Pre-
ferably north of campus. Box H.
W. P., Daily. 63-3
WANTED-Students why are back-
ward in their English - German
translation and who wish to be
tutored in general at very reason-
able price. Call 1195-J after 5:30
P. M. for appointment. 63-4
WANTED-Roommate at 214 S. Thay-
er. One half block from CAMPUS.
Phone 1032-M n65-1
WANTED-Student would lik1e furn-
ice jobs over Christmas vacation.
Call 302-J. '65-1
651T AND , OUN1
FOUND-Overcoat in hallway of Mc-
Crumb Apartments. awner can
have same by calling at 11106 'Mich-
igan Ave. Phone'1592. 65-1
LOST-Leather back loose-leaf note-i
book. Please return to John A.
Howard. 852-4. 64-3
LOST-A "Fundamentals of Psychol-
dgy,'. Thursday evening in Hill Au-
ditorium. Call Guthrie, 1224-M. 65-1
FOR SALE - Hand made banners,
pennants, and pillows. 1341 Wil-
mont. Phone 2384-M. 62-4

ONLY ONE WEEK AWAY-HOW ABOUT YOUR
Christmas Cleaning
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