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rHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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RAND MARCH 'O 0 I MS., PATTlISON, WAR WORKER,I
FEATURE COSTUMES DIES IN NIEW YORK HOSPITAL

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Judges for the prizes to be given
at the Women's league fancy dress
party will consist of the Advisory
board. Group costumes are to be judg-
ed during the grand march.
While the party is to begin at 8
o'clock the grand march will not take'
place until 9:30 in order that those
who wish to attend the Stephen Lea-
cock lecture first may be present.
Names of those in charge of thel
party are as follows: Theodosia'
Burton, '2, chairman, Elizabeth
Humphreys, '23, music; Martha See-
ley, ' 21, refreshments; Charlotte
Schurz, '23, sewing; Ruth Sargent,
'21, chaperones; Mildred Dougherty,
'23, decorations; Ruth Deemer, '22, fi-
nancies; Mary Van Deinse, '22, pub-
licity; Sarah Grace Rabinowitz, '21,
Helen Partlow, '23, stunts; and Elean-
or Boyer, '22, prizes.
Have you tried those wonderful
Sunday Chicken Dinners at Teet's Din-
ing Rooms?-Adv.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.

Mrs. George W. Patterson, IV, of
Morristown, N. J., daughter-in-law of
Prof. (. W. Patterson, of the engin-
eering college, died Friday in New
York from pneumonia, as the result
of an anaesthetic administered in an
operation for appendicitis last week.
Mrs. Patterson studied bacteriology
during the first two years of the war,'
and in 1916 went overseas, where she
was attached to a hospital near the
front. During the great German drive
of 1918 she worked under fire unceas-
ingly for three days and nights car-;
ing for the wounded. She was cited
for bravery and awarded the croix de'
guerre.w
On leave in Paris she met Lieuten-
ant Patterson, also a wearer of thel
croix de guerre. They were married
in France, and after the war lived for
a short time in Ann Arbor. She wass
strong and supposed to be entirely well
before liar sudden illness.
Professor Patterson left Friday night
for the funeral at Cooperstown, N. Y.
Reac The Dnilv for Campus News.

POINT SYSTEM BLANKS
SENT OUT BY LEAGUE
It was explained at the meeting ofj
the board of representatives of the,
Women's league held Saturday morn-
ing at Barbour gymnasium that thei
"Point System" announcement which
is being sent to all campus houses is
not to be confused with the "Honor
Point System of the Women's Athletic
association.
The "Point System" is the rating of
student activities according to the
amount of time which they take. No
girl is to carry more than 10 points
at one time. Its purpose is to dis-
tribute campus honors and duties and
to prevent students from undertaking
too much outside work.
Stylus Gives Tea for New Members
Stylus entertained its newly elect-
ed members at a tea at 4 o'clock yes-
terday afternoon in Foster's tea room.
The new members are Maud Hind-
man, grad., Marjorie Avery, '21, and
Alice Comfort, '21. A short initiation
at the Delta Delta. Delta house pre-
ceded the tea.

Michigan Dames to Meet Tuesday
The Perry Night School for For-
eigners is the subject of a talk which
will be given by Mrs. Eula Avery at
the next meeting of the Michigan
Dames at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening
in Lane hall. Special music will be
furnished for this meeting by the.
members.
Una the advertising columns of The#
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Xnn Arbor's buyers.-Adv.

NOTICE! ALL SENIORS
Due to labor conditionsaffect-
ing' our engravers and printers
the final date for taking of Sen-
ior pictures for the Michigan-
ensian IS JANUARY 22. Ar-
range for sittings immediately.
Saturday, January 22 is the final
date. Don't wait until the last
few days.

Sunday Chicken Dinners, 75 cts., at
Teet's Dining Rooms. 805 E. Huron
St.-Adv.
Fresh Florida Strawberry bunaaes
are being served at Tice's Fountain,
117 S. Main St.-Adv.
Sunday Night Lunches at Teet's
Dining Rooms, 805 E. Huron.-Adv.
Martha Washington Candies, fresh
every Friday. 90c. Tice's Drug Store,
117 So. Main St.-Adv.
Paronize Daily Advertiers-Adv.

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PRESENTS
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BY
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Author of "PIGS IS PIGS"
A Totally Different Pidture for All Children from
Nine to Ninety.
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H ERE'S a Sale of Hart Schaff-
ner & Marx Suits and Over-
coats. The garments are con-
servatively styled; made of the
best woolens obtainable; quality
and price will instantly appeal
to the college an.
Men's Suits

I Admission: Matinee 15c, Evening 20c

Phone Orders
Promptly Filled

Mail Orders
Promptly Filled

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EST. 1857
NEW SPRING DRESSES
at Lower Prices
The new spring dresses are indeed charming and hard to re-
sist. But who wants to resist them? There is something about
spring dresses that appeals to every woman and girl. They are so
dainty, so expressive of the season that every one loves them and
wants a new one. These are particularly lovely and particularly
low priced.

$25 and $30 Suits
now

$40, $45 and $50 Suits
now
$27.50

$18.75

$55 and $60 Suits
now

$65, $70 and $75
now

Suits

$37.50

$47.50

Men's 0 'coats

All $30 Overcoats
now
$18.75

ALL $50 OVERCOATS

$40 and $45 Overcoats
now
$27.50
NOW $35
$65 and $70 Overcoats
now
$47.50

A navy serge is made with wide circular skirt, so popular this
spring and is embroidered on skirt and waist with gray yarn, $35.
A navy tricotine is made in eton effect with circular skirt and
is trimmed with embroidery in red and gray, $67.50.
A navy tricotine made in redingote style is braid trimmed and
finished with a girdle of ribbon, $35.
Another navy tricotine, made with wide, flaring overskirt is
braid and embroidery trimmed, $35.
Still another navy tricotine, made with wide circular overskirt
is trimmed very effectively on both waist and skirt with cross stitch
worked in gray silk, $60.
Turning from the wool to silk gowns, let us consider a navy
taffeta, made with full overskirt, cut in scallops. Braid in red and
gray forms the trimming, $35.
A navy taffeta with a short overskirt has collar and pipings
of henna. The tiny vestee is white georgette embroidered in henna,
$37.50.
Black taffeta is made with wide skirt, the flaring lines being
emphasized by side pockets, these pockets embroidered with chen-
ille in shades of henna and blue, $59.50.
A gown of navy taffeta is made with surplice waist and trim-
med with pleated frills of the material. White puff sleeves of
pleated georgette are an odd touch, $42.50.
A navy taffeta, made with basque waist is trimmed with shir-
red taffeta, $29.75.
An extremely lovely gown, beautiful enough for any occa-
sion is one of brown taffeta, very heavily trimmed with cut steel
beads, $77.50.
Another gown on the same order is black taffeta and also
trimmed with the cut steel beads, $59.50.

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$55 and $60 Overcoats
now
$45.50
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