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10 HE[LP LEASUE
Wllie Heid tn Brbour 4Gynnasiu~n
All-ay Fiday and
Saturday
ALL WOMEN CONTRIBUTE TO
1AJE AFFAIR A SUCCESS
Probably the most sinificant dem-
on strati on of the spirit and ethusi-.
asm with which the University women )
are working -for the League fund will
be seen on Friday and Saturday, Dec.t
8 and 9, when a huge bazaar will bec
given. in Barbour gymnasium. This
is the one big activity of the year
to which all the women on the campusl
contribute in, a definite way to thei
League fund. Each house has its ownl
individual activity but at this bazaar
every womian is directly represented
in various Ways.
E bry woman on the campus has
designated herr intention of the num-
ber and kind' of article which she is
making ad ~ill contribute to the ba-,
zaari lEach woman has also promisedI
to send in one pound of home made
candly to be sold at this time.
All ,Ind of Boots'
Booths will be arranged around the
gymnasium in which to house the var-r
ious wares'anzd the whole appearance
will be as, of a New York gift shop.
Each' booth, 'which will be decorated1
in the University colors, will contain
but one class of article. A fancy
work booth; a handkerchief shop, a?
booth containing all sorts of things7
for a college woman's oom are justc
a few of the unumergus divisions which
will be made. Sweaters, toys, hand1
made Christmas ;ad place ,cards, and
other articles wll be sold at this time.
Members of T-Square will have charge
of erecting. the booths and 'arranging
fo:, their decorations.
Another novel booth will be one
made entirely of soap. The soap,
which is nlurc live oil Castile will be
arranged in the form of an arched
booth and s the soa is sold the booth
will be taken down. The motto for
the soap sales will be "Help build the
League bulding by unbuilding the
booth."
Candy 891d in Cntier
There will also be a huge candy
booth erected in the center of the
room. Baked ;good, such as cakes,
cookies and pies' will 'be made- and
sold by the women of the Ann Arbor
churches.
At! this bazaar, which is being given
in cooperation with the women of sev-
eral of the Ann Arbor churches, the
church women will also have their
share of the booths. The women of
the Catholic Guild will serve a chicken
(inner from 5:30 to 6:30 o'clock both
Friday And $atirday evenings.
A tea room which will be operated
under thq management of Delta Ga-
ma will ring to the bazaar a touch
of the Orient with a brilliant array of
color and its weird, eastern music
"There will be a luncheon service here
on Friday from 12 until 1 :30 o'clock
and tea service from 1:30 until 5 o'-
clock. The tea room will not serve
dinners as this would conflict with
the dinners served in the basement
oif the gymnasium by the Catholic
Guild. The same program will ,be re-

kihigan League
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peated on Saturday. Tea room service ___
w ill also be available both evenings
lwhcn coffee and sandwiches, ice cream xu e n~rI o vr~ic
and ices will be served. ita,(is
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MIAJESTIC TO SHO3 W trau were held ready in barracks
ENGLISH CLASSI C toay in anticim t ion of another do-!

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Members of Martha(
have mrade arranigeueni
management of the 1CMaje,
show the screen versio;
Doone," the famnous stor:
adventure b,,, R. D. Tlac]
theatre Dec. 13 to 16.
lover andl the student of

umustreim~;isntrto that of Thurs-
Ooo ildngda y nightwnvi 117 persons were kill-
Cooy uilin ied, and mnore than 60 'injured in con-
ts with the semen(!-, of I},olice firing upon a mnobr
stic theatre to which was, attempting to storm the
n of "Lorna ('i{Y hIi i anger over the shortage
v of love and of wt<er;
hfl)02 , at that ,Tze (oufedoration of labor 'which
To the book: atagedl last night's raid of protest
English clas- :aga;sinst, the aldermen. held an extend-

sins the comning Of i this picture will 1) ed1 meeting this morn1'ing- and immne-
a real treat but the production holys (iately called upon its adherents to
an interest in itself asidle from its lit- stripke as a sign of mnourniing for eight
erary aspect. _ of its memrbers who were killedl during!
M1aurice Tourner, the director-p;ro-; the disturbrace, and whose bodies arei
ducer of This thrilliang dorra ace of the lying in state at confederation head-
~~~~~~~rtrpicturesque sevens enuth century naha; rtes Iesrk ilcn I
been said to have achieved l ils m*gsac- unrtil tomforow no001.
piece here. lvlpdge Belam play., the.-
title tole of the Captive mafdI+;x-xr
mnoor and John Bowers is soonx as Vhe liAPFPA'°' TITA1NhISGVVix i)A1CE
leading, man in the pictur. t)V JENJfTT 1AGJ
'Tickets will 1)e on sale at Grahamr's-
bcokstores, the lilm-raw 4And t1,vver- R;' t ~f-oia the Thianksgiving
saty hall on Dec. 11 and 1.). Prc eed .f 'h ~il bythe Kappa Kappa Gain-
will-go to the Women's League. are,,' 'ity Thur'sday afternoon at
________the 0 rmor y showed proceeds of more

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FOR -SITATIOxNER~IY uoNVC;RN
I' aper and Si ationery fame 12the Paria-
11ount stationery colullufly 0, K'a lna-
zoo is being sold by membiers of(4:(')-
legiate Sorosis, the orolil from the's
sales to go as pa'rt of this Sool"Jty's
contribuition to the League fuxif. Sam-
ple,3 of this ware will be(lso ay'iat
alsrrtehlso.League houses on the cam ipus aind or-
ders wtill be taken at the ,,.mu, time.:
According to the agr eeet madle!r
with the Paramount comnpanfy the c
League will receive 15 percent pr( fitfc
frbmn the total sales.

t Ban $1100i~).'Tis mney wil be adidedt
by the orojiltLo the Michigan League
f'ni di itifund.
l(E3ined~y'5 ort giuaittea,-piece orcbes-
I i'a whiic' W i5 5oo-airedfor the occas-
ion tnsue l music throughout the
a Vt 'inon. ('andy and gngeg.r ale were
sold, tl.m prw 'eels fromn these sales
a ltx tbel i ,g a (I ted to the lea-Ile :fund.
Mrs.acn H3linm' esignedhl
V-As ~ to!i a:; a si.;tant in time medical
rc , 2(Ain . room;- O9fthe, University Li-
brary. Aliss Sal)ina W atefield of ,he
circulaticn (departmnent ha been pro-
molted1 to fill this position.

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