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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1921

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

A CLASS TOQUE
With every five dollar purchase (or
more) Saturday only, at Davis Tog-
gery Shop, 119 So. Main. Get one for

the game. We have them for all class-
es. Figure out what you need: shirts,
shoes underwear, hosiery, etc.-and
get a toque with them.-Adv.

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DR3, WALKER EXPLAINS
STUDENTS' MORAL DECAY

SYMBOLS OF LOVE
ETERNAL
Love that endures is most beautifully expressed by gifts
that last.
Let jewels and jewelry carry your Christmas messages
of love and friendship.

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Gems, jewelry, watches, silverware are
alive the sentiment that inspires the giver.

gifts that keep

Girls wishing to sign up for the
swimming classes to be held in Bar- Movies, jazz, and automobiles are
hour gymnasium may do so at once on causes for moral decay of the stu-
the bulletin board. dents of the University of Michigan,
according to Dr. Eloise M. Walker in
Chaperones for dances over the week her address before the meeting of the
end are: Union-Mrs. Yates Adams; University Housing League for Women
Armory-Mrs. H. W. Cake; Packard- on Nov. 14, in Sarah Caswell Angell
Mrs. H. G. Berger. hall.
."The dress problem today is far
All league houses, dormitories, and more complicated than it was 25 years
sorority houses are requested to make ago," Dr. Walker declared. "The
the posters which are to bear their b ustle was homely and awkward, but
name for their booth at the Christmas it was beautiful indeed compared to
bazaar, 12x6 inches. The color the bare hacked, short skirted dress
scheme must be carried out in maizeI of today.
and blue Housekeepers were urged by Dr.
-aWlke to influence girls living in
their houses to moderate their cos-
Contrary to a previous report it has tumes.
been decided to continue the Friday Dr. Walker expressed herself as be-
night dances at the Packard.ing in favor of beginning and ending
week end dances an hour earlier. She
Advanced dancing classes have al- also said that dancing in league house
ready startes, and itis necessar that parlors after dinner is not a health-
all girls who have signed up for the ful recreation, but that dancing out-
course come at once at the hour for doors is a healthful sport.
which they signed.
CAST CHOSEN FOR , TIVEGRSUES WOTSPREAD
CHRISTMAS PLAYt

DORMITORIES WILL DISPLAY
MANY ARTICLES AT BAZAAR WiTCH FOR PINK EXTRA
Much enthusiasm is being displayed '1he Michlgan Daily will follow
in the various dormitories over the its custom and put out a pink
preparations for the Women's league extra immediately after the close
bazaar, to be held Dec. 9 and 10 at of the Minnesota game this
Barbour gymnasium, afternoon.
Martha Cook building is planning a Wateh for the pink extra.
novel feature in the way of a "white
elephant" booth. This will be Just
what its name implies. Betsy Bar-,
bour dormitory is to have a miscel- Graduate Weds in New York City
laneous booth; Helen Newberry resi- Mrs. Blanche O'Kane announces the
dence will feature a sale of Christmas marriage of her daughter Blanche
cards; and Cheever dormitory will O'Kane, '21. to Arthur E. Gallup, of
have a booth of attractive lingerie. Ann Arbor. The wedding occured
Each girl is doing all she can to Thursday noon in New York City.
make the affair a success. Miss O'Kane is a member of the
- -- Theta Phi Alpha sorority. M1r. and
Former Student Announces Marriage Mrs Gallup will reside in New Jersey
Lillian Jean Wallace, ex-'20, and until April.
Harold Harmon Booth. of Toronto,
Can., were married Nov. 11, in Jack- In 1893 Columbia had 600 graduate
son, Mich. students.

HALLER & FULLER
State St. Jewelers

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Watch for the Pink Sheet!

Watch for the Pink Sheet!

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"get away " that put you
in the class as a buyer
of the best,

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Religious exultation is the mood,
that will predominate in the one-act
play, "Why the Chimes Rang," which,
is to be presented by Masques on Fri-
day evening, Dec. 9, on the occasion
of the Christmas bazaar. Elaborate
preparations are under way for the
presentation of the play, the direction
of which is under the supervision of
Mildred Sherman, '21, assistant to the
dean of women.
The cast of characters that has been
chosen is as follows: Holger, Beat-
rice Champion, '23; Steen, Laurella
Hollis, '24; old woman, Portia Gould-
er, '24; Berthel, Anne Mushkin, '23;
angel, Isabel Waterworth, '24; imper-
'ious young man, Gertrude Boggs, '22;
courtier, Hortense Miller, '24; beau-
tiful woman, Constance Baldwin, '23;
old man, Sarah Levin, '23; lovely girl,
Shirley Salisbury, '24; the king, Mary
Hays, '24; organist, Amy Loomis, '22;
first priest, Catherine Stafford, '24;
second priest, Frances Ames, '23. Car-
ollers and the choir will be furnished
by the University Girls' Glee club.
Two copies of the play have been
placed on reference in the main study
hall of the Library to which mem-
bers of Masques may have access at
any time.

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Invitations have been extended to
all women on campus to the 41st an-
nual freshman spread, to be held at
7:30 o'clock Saturday, Dec. 3, in Bar-
bour gymnasium.
The freshman spread originated as
a dinner given for freshman women
by the sophomore class, but has grown
to be a formal dance at which all Un-
iversity women are the guests of the
sophomore class, with the freshmen
as guests of honor.

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Screen
Arcade-Charles Ray in "Two
Minutes to Go."
Majestic-Katherine MacDonald
in "Trust Your Wife."
Wuerth-Doris May in "The Fool-
ish Age."
Orpheum-Metro special, "Par-
lor, Bedroom, and Bath."
T H IS WE EKR
Garrick (Detroit)-Pat Rooney
and Marion Bent in "Love
Birds."
Shubert Michigan (Detroit)- A
Goldwyn feature,-"Theodora."
Second week.
Tonight
Whitney-Alice Brady in "For-
ever After."

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Outside Groups
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How Are The Diue Books
Coming?
Proper nourishment means clear
thinking.
You can't sit up at night and study
without a bite to eat and that is
where we come in.
Let us help you with that Blue
Book by the splendid quality of
our food.
Van's Lunch
WE AIM TO PLEASE
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any afternoon this week at the
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