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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WJLomen
There will be an important meeting
of the Y. W. C. A. cabinet at 3 o'clock
this afternoon.

Stanley Chorus Dance Well Attended
More than 140 couples attended the
matinee dance given at the Armory
Saturday afternoon by the Stanley
chorus of women's voices. The pro-
ceeds will be a part of the fund for
a spring trip to be taken by the club.
Personal Greeting Cards. Excellent
assortment at Wahr's Bookstores. -
Adv.
Michigan Jewelry, Seals, Memory
Books. etc., at Wahr's.-Adv.

THE

"Y" INN

MUSIC WITH YOUR MEALS
The "Y" Inn has engaged the services of Elmer
: t ,14 1 st; and Phil Diamond, Pianist, with
lec OP4hW aq'Wnish music during the
lnnishe r:30 - 6:30
OPEN 44 AND WOMEN

Sigma Delta Phi meeting will
held at 4:,30 o'clock tomorrow
Martha Cook building.

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Are You Going Home Christmas?
SHave You Learned to Dance?
If not, come to me at once and I will teach you
in time so that you may paricipate
in the Yule-tide Festivities.
Surprise the folks
back home.
H a ls eys D a neeS t udi os
Wuerth Arcade
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There are still some vacancies in
the swimming classes which are be-
ing held in the pool at Barbour gym-
nasium. Any girls wishing to enter
these should do so at once.
The class in playground instruction
will meet at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
The regular weekly tea of 'the Wo-
men's Graduate club will be given from
4:30 to 6 o'clock today in Barbour
gymnasium. All graduate women stu-
dents are invited.
Mortarboard will meet at 7:30
o'clock tomorrow evening at the Delta
Gamma house. Dues will be payable
at this time.
The regular monthly meeting of
house presidents will be held at 4
o'clock this afternoon at Barbour, gym-
nasium. All who are unable to at-
tend are requested to send a substi-
tute.
The Junior Girls' play committee
will meet at 4 o'clock today in Betsy
Barbour house.
League house presidents will meet
at 4 o'clock today in Barbour gym-
nasium.
Adelia Cheever house and several of
the small dormitories will be open dur-
ingChristmas vacation. Girls who will
be in Ann Arbor during the holidays
should see Dean Myra B. Jordan.
Girls who will be here during Christ
_mas vacation are requested to sign in
bluebooks placed for this purpose in
Barbour gymnasium and at the candy
booth in University hall.
Dress rehearsal for the cast of the
Masques Christmas play will'be held
at 7 o'clock this evening in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall.
FRESHMAN GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
TO MAKE DEBUT AT VESPERS
The Freshman Girls' Glee club, un-
der the direction of Miss Nora Crane
Hunt. will entertain at the Y. W. C. A.
vesper services this afternoon.
The program, which will include
Christmas carols ald'college songs.
will begin at 4:30 o'clock and will be
followed by an informal get-together
at 5 o'clock. Mrs. Byrl Fox Bacher,
dean of women and instructor in the
School of Music, is in charge of the
entertainment.
Announce Beckham-Foote Engagement
Announcement of the engagement of
Alice E. Beckham, '21, of Toledo, to
Vernon Foote, '23E, of Grand Rapids,
was made at an informal dinfer at the
Pi Beta Phi house Friday evening.
Miss Beckham was prominent in all
campus activities having been elected
to Phi Beta Kappa, Mortarboard, Wy-
vern, and Stylus. She was the author
of "Patricia Passes," Junior Girls' play
of 1920. Foote is a member of the
Kappa Sigma fraternity.

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AParadise for Shoppers 1n.."i
You will agree that Santa himself couldn't find a better place to
shop than at our store when you get a glimpse of our wonderful toy-:
land. Not only toys but everything in the line of Xmas gifts can be
found. Here are a few suggestions.
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Toys Handkerchiefs
e The Kuddle Bunny-soft and nice to hug-$5.50. All linen hand embroidered handkerchiefs in plain scal-
Genuine "Madame Hendren" talking and walking dolls- loped and embroidered corners at all prices, 85c to $2.00.
$5.50All linen handkerchiefs hemstitched with corners embr i-
Full jointed Bisque head dolls, having moving eyes, ex- dered in white and colors, from 35ce to $1.35.
posced teeth, cly ha 00tied with a bow, four sizes and Swiss handkerchiefs, some scalloped edges and some hem-
Large assortment of Horseman unbreakable dolls, boys, stitched hems with colored threads and embroidered cor-
* girls, and babies, different sizes, priced from $1.85 to $3.50. nesat4c
Electric and winding trains, equipped with tracks, tun- Swissahandkerchiefs in fancy sport colors and woven bor-
nels, stations, semaphores and telephone poles; every- ders embroidered corners, 15c to 29c.
thing to make a complete railroad, priced from $7.50 to Boxed handkerchiefs in Swiss with embroidered corners, 3
$25,00. in box at 65c to $1.50 a box.°
Trekart-the 2 in 1 Manual training toy, regular $3.50 Colored linen handmade handkerchiefs with drawn threads
value at the special price of $1.69. and embroidered corners, $1.35 to $2.25.
Uncle Wiggely Game, one of the most popular of the new All linen handkerchiefs with embordered corners, 3 in box
games, comes at 75c and $1.20. All linen colored handkerchiefs plain with spoke stitch
There are many interesting games for the boys and girls and embroidered corners at 35c, 45c, t kc, and 65c.
to be found here-prices from 25c to $10.00. Boys' handkerchiefs with woven borders and plainwhite
JACK AND JILL BOAT BALLS Btyst akct
HONEY BEE POP GUNS at 18c to 35c.
e ! MARY AND JOHN CHEMICRAFT, 4 sizes Children's handkerchiefs with corners embroidered in col-
PIRATE AND TRAVELER LIBERTY GUNS ors, 12c to 20c.
UNION COMBINATION TINKER TOYS Children's box handkerchiefs, 3 in box, embroidered in
GAME PAINT SETS colors, 35c, 59c, 65c.
AUTO RACE TOY SOLDIERS
PITCH 'EM BOOKS
"SET 'EM UP" WINDING TOYS Gloves
Scarfs Christmas Glove Bonds which are redeemable at any time
" Did you ever think about giving a beautiful silk scarf for after Christmas may be purchased in the glove depart-
a gift? One of our many different models would surely ment.
prove most acceptable. They come in black with wide Imported French kid gloves in long and short lengths,
white stripes, white with black stripes, taupe, brown, pur- these gloves are very lovely quality and prove quite irre-
ple, henna and all black at $8.50 to $12.50. sistible, prices are $2.75 to $7.50 a pair.
In the war. er scarfs there are the brushed wool and This is certainly the season for gauntlets, everyone wants
a knitted scarfs in assorted colors, sizes and weights to them so you will surely be right if you buy them for gifts,
please everyone, from the heavy Angora to the light Shet- many new styles have just arrived in cape and kid, also
land floss scarfs which come in the dainty pale shades end silk and a..oisette, plain and contrasts, models to please
striped effects. Priced at $11.50 to $17.50. all, $2.00 to $6.50 a pair.
Bath Robes-
We have a complete line of ladies' and children's Beacon Bath Robes in plain and figured styles. Some are bound around
the collar, cuffs and pockets with satin ribbon, others are bound with tiny cord to match robes, all have silk crd and e - '-'""
tassels for the belt and neck.
Children's robes, size 4 to 6 years...................... ............$2.95 and $.3.50
Misses robes, size 8 to-14 years........................$3.95
Ladies' robes,-all sizes ........................................$4.50 to $10.00
A few all wool robes in blue, lavender and a. pink plaid at........... $10.00 and $14.50
Corduroy Robes, loose and skirted models, in copen, rose, purple and pink,
priced from $6.50 to $9.75
You will enjoy your Xmas Shopping if you do it
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AT THE THEATERS

TODAY
Screen

Arcade-Alice Brady
of the East."

in "Dawn

Majestic -"The Sheik," with
Agnes Ayres and Rudolph Val-
entio.
Wuerth-Earl Williams in "Dia-
monds Adrift."
Orpheum-Frank Mayo in "The
Shark Master."
THIS WEES
Stage
Garrick (Detroit)-"Irene," mus-
ical comedy. Second week.
Dec. 6 to 10
Whitney--Michigan Union Opera
"Make It For Two."

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A law was passed on June 14, 1920,
opening the United States army to
foreigners.
Christmas Chimes features the Op-
era with stories and nictures.-Adv

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