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THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDA

SUniversity Of Michigan League'

We
Invite your co-operation
-AT-
The Ann Arbor
Savings Bank
RESOURCES OVER $5,000,000.00
SERVICE INTEGRITY STRENGTH

R. H. Tyfe & Co., Detroit
The Plaza
for Dress Wear
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Very carefully constructed of soft patent colt
or dull calf, and provided with a light, flex-
ible sole and light heel. A thoroughly distin-
guished model for formal wear, Tuxedo and
dancing.°
Other Fyfe Shoes for Campus Wear.
A complete display over
Calkins' Drug Store
Tom Lally, Representative
On Grand Circus Park
DETROIT

(Editor's Note)
A board of publicity has been ap-
pointed to authorize all campaign news
for the University of Michigan League,
the women's building. It's work will
be to prevent the circulation of un-
authentic reports and to diffuse cor-
rect data concerning the work of the
? campaign committee.
The board is made up of the follow-
ing: Dean Myra 1. Jordan, Gertrude
Brock,. '13, Edna Groff, '22, Elizabeth
Vickery, '22, and Katharene Mont-
gomery, '22.
Page'six of the Michigan Daily will
be devoted solely to University of
Michigan League news every Wednes-
day.
WOMEN ANNOUNCE PLANS
FOR CHRISTMAS BAZAAR
LEAGUE WILL HAVE TEA ROOMS,
FORTUNE TELLING BOOTH,
AND PLAYS
Every woman in the University of
Michigan will be represented at the
Christmas bazaar to be held Friday
and Saturday in Barbour gymnasium
in which Ann Arbor churches are unit-
ing with the Women's league. The
bazaar will open at 1 o'clock Friday
afternoon and will close at 11 o'clock
that night. On Saturday the hours
will be from 9 o'clock in the morning
until 12 o'clock at night. A maize and
blue color scheme will be carried out
in the gymnasium where the booths
will be placed.
Each organization will manage its
own finances which it will use for its
own purposes. All proceeds from the
League booths will be given to the fund
for a women's building.
Anadmission fee of $.10 will be
charged by the League. There will
be a League fancy work sale, candy
booth, and soap sale, as well as the
tea room, fortune telling booth, and
plays.
A church supper will be given from
5:30 to 7 o'clock both nights by the
women of St. Thomas' church. Tick-
ets will cost $.75 and will be on sale
at the information booth in the tea
room. Each church which is combin-
ing with the League in this bazaar
will have fancy work and bake sales.
Pennsylvania Students Organize
All students from Pennsylvania are
urged to attend a meeting of the Penn-
sylvania club at 7:30 o'clock tonight in
room 318 of the Union.

MASIJES AND MUMMEAS1
TO FEATURE PROGRAMS1
CLUB TO PRESENT McFADDEN'S
"WHY THE CHIMES RANG"
ON FRIDAY
Patrons of the Women's league
Christmas bazaar will, in addition to
doing their Christmas shopping early,
see the Masques annual Christmas play
.s an additional feature Friday night,
and the entertainment to be furnished
by Mummers Saturday afternoon.
Elizabeth A. McFadden's "Why the
Chimes Rang," a piece calling for un-
usual stage- settings and costuming,
till be given by masques. The lead-
ing roles will be Holger, played by
Ratrice Champion, '23, Berthel, Anne
Mushkin, '23, Steen, Laurella Hollis,
'24, and the old woman, Portia Gould-
er, '24.
The unusual scene in the cathedral
will include a great number of actors,
and the whole play is a distinctly
,lifferent type of production. Import-
ant in the play will be several musi-
cal numbers, which will be given by
the University Women's Glee club. All
costuming and staging is being done
by Masques, under the coaching of
Mildred Sherman, '21, and the direc-
tion of Prof. J. R. Nelson.
The general admission charged at
the door will include admission to the
entertainments.
KaiserWill Harry Agan
According to a trustworthy report,
former Emperor William of Germany
has decided to marry again. The wo-
man is the widow of a high officer from
Danzig who was killed in the war.

LEAGUE TO SEEK
LIFE MEMBERS
AMONG PATRONS
Life membership cards for the Uni-
versity of Michigan League may be
obtained by undergraduate women at
the information booth in the tea room
of the bazaar during all bazaar hours.
A member of the Alumnae association
will be at the table during rush hours
so that alumnae may sign up for mem-
bership.
Any girls who wish to take cards
home at Christmas in order to obtain
memberships from alumnae may do so
if there is no unit of the Alumnae as-
sociation of the University in their
own town. They may communicate
with Suzan Fitch, '24, concerning the
matter. In case there is a unit of the
association in their town they must
consult with that unit before begin-
ning any work. There will be posted
in Barbour gymnasium a list of towns
where there are Michigan Alumnae as-
sociations.
lBubble' Delivery
Set For Thursday
Orders for "Bubble," the castile and
olive oil soap which is being sold by
the campaign committee for the bene-
fit of the building fund for the Uni-
versity of Michigan League, have been
delayed owing to the fact that the

manufactureers have found it neces-
sary to alter the proportions of the
ingredients in order to mtake them
conform to the needs of Michigan hard
water. This delivery will be made
Thursday and the soap will be on sale
at the bazaar.
Large bars of "Bubble" will be built
into a booth where wash cloths and
towels will also be sold. .The soap will
come wrapped in Christmas paper.
Girls who wish to sell "Bubble" dur-
ing the Christmas vacation in their
home town may have the soap shipped
directly to that town by communicat-
ing with Catherine Mullen, '23, Martha
Cook building. Five girls have already
ordered 100 pounds to be sent to their
homes. If each of 100 women sold 50
pounds of "Bubble," $15,000 would be
realized for the building fund.
FORTUNE TELLERS TO OPERATE
AT WOMEN'S LEAGUE BAZAAR
"A review of the past-and a glimpse
into the future" is the slogan of the
fortune teller's booth which will be a
part of the Christmas bazaar. For-
tunes will be told by cards, by tea
grounds, by dice.,and by palm read-
ing. The fortune tellers will be in
costume and guarantee you a Japan-
ese fortune, a gypsy fortune or a Span-
ish 'fortune according to your desire.
The fortune booth will be open dur-
ing all bazaar hours and the price
charged will $.15. When palm prints
are taken the charge will be $.77, and
the pirnt together with the reading
will be mailed to the patron

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Gold and Silver Thread Work

Plain Stitching

ASK TO SEE THE CHRISTMAS GIFTS AND IDEAS AT
QUALITY HEMSTITCHING SHOP
711 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE PHONE 2526
Room 12, Over Arcade Theatre

MRS. G. E. MICKLE

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When you see the form and face,
Of some loved one in whose presence
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you rejoice;

Can't compare with what takes place,
When you hear the magic music of her voice.
Be it mother, wife or sweetheart,
Be it sister, daughter, friend,

As within your waiting vision each appears;
While your heart may leap to see them
What is better in the end,
Than their eager voices sounding in your ears.

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That these sweet and nameless thrills,
Find an echo and an answer rich and true,
In the hearts of cherished loved ones
Which alone your voice fulfills;
For when all is said, your voice is really you.
So when-travel takes you from them
Let them feel how much you care,
Let them know you haven't left them all alone;
Let them feel in fullest measure
You, yourself, are standing there;
Let them hear the voice they cherish through
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