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THE !MICHIGAN DAILY ___________

.y be enrolled either in the literary; be at home to the women of the Uni-
lege or in the School of Education.j versity earlier in the year. She plans I v DuORTY SELLS BOOKS

possible through the co-operation of her will mark the final group that George 0. Bowen , of the Schoch of
Waher's Book store.1 meets; at 7 o'clock tonight in Lane M;usic, following w hich the groups
_______- hall..llsearae(nt,,, wpeios to be
1RELIGIOUS IN S'HIT TY WILL 'T eO') nig session that begins the ?ccl liv emblic I'sothe faculty andn
11011)LAST IETN TO GT
3_____discUio :"s Xwill be condurte~l by ycw.'opl .
A continhuation of the discusirin __ -____

Collectlon Affords Opportunity To;
Buy ChristmAs OGifts

The Girl:, Educational club will
c>- iod a {_,ecial meeting at 4. c'clocl r
Xi chapter of Pi Lambda Theta, na- s afternoon, at Martha Cook: build.,
tional educational fraternity for wo- i-~:
men was instal-ed at Michig4Ln, Sat-
urday, Dec. 2, at Martha Cora om e. oac.hes for basketball on Tues-
tory'. U~ recqueted to meet at 4:41.
Miss Leila Gerry, national secretar ; E'cloci; this afternoon in Barbour
of Pi Lambda Theta, assisted by ix'gym'xnasiumn.
Detroit members. conducted thein
stallation and initiation. Following Eachi organized house is requested'
the ceremiony, a banquet was held at to send a delegate to a meeting to 'be
the Chamnber of Comnierce. Dean lid at 5 o'clock Wednesday afternoon
Jean Hamilton, Miss Jean Thomas of in. Barbour gyminasiumn to discuss the
Detroit, Ms Lei~a Gerry, 7Mas Mar-!question of interbouise basketball.
garet Camneron n atalie Jordon,!-3
'23, were the principalspar. Michigan Dames will hold a regularI
The following womeni were initiat- meeting at ,8 o'clock tomorrow evening
ed: Natalie Jordon ,'23,.president, Mar- in the parlors of Helen dewberry res-
rietlumx, '2 3, vice-president, Marlba idenec.
Chapin, '23, recording secretary, Mrs.:
Ivaleen) Smi,' corresponding, secre-, All senor class women will meet at
tary, Helen A'an, '23, treasurer, M~ar=' 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon in the
gare Waker '2, kee frecords, lgue oohe at Barbour gayyminasium
Lu c ile W e lty , '2 , F o ' n e K l e , t d s u s t e S n o l y
'23, Frances Jackson, '23, Helen Dac I

meet L tL cI.YcIiW eE11te1ify ata-1Books of many kinds, suited to allIt
noon inBarour ymnsiu. Itastes and ages will he avail:able att
Any women, with the exception of the hook sale which opens at 2 o'-
fehewowstoyotfr clock this afternoon at the Kappa'
the advanced class in gymnastics are DetIos.Ti sl sbigcn
ducted for the benefit of the Univer-
requested to attend the meeting siyo!ihia ege
at-4-:15 o'clock this afternoon in Bar- FoofMciaLeg.,
bou 'gytnnziaum. For children, there are animal stor-
______ies by Thornton Burgess, various col-
rhe advanced class in aesthetic lections of fairy 'tales, Lambs TalesI
dancing will meet at 4:15 o'clock Mon- from 'Shakespeare and such stories a,:
daE n ensay atron Treasure Island, Lorna Dootie. The
.abu gmaiw.IBluirdb'dand Peter Pan, all contain-
ing attractive illustrations. Little
Dec~ibr pedgs fr to y w.c.Black Sanmbo and Peter Rabbit mayI
A. ae de o orefoe Dc. . ~ny~be had both in .English, and French.
Noveberpledes re sill'unpid, Collections of short stories, edited
andthee wo ~jshto ay hemmayby Eugene Obrien, poems by modern
ad sosenyhday t~fhis o week. mTayauthors, especially' suitable as gifts,'
'and a caref ly selected group of re-
cent novels will be included in the
House presidents are requested to sale. Books which are not among the
brut~eNvme lp o ~nn collection, may lbe ordered and can be
outto he file o th den o woen.obtained within a short time. R3etail ,
prices will be placed on'all hooks.
Wrec Reprtedon anta Fe 'The hours of the sale> which will
celved- at the local office of the, Sizn-i from 2 to 5 o'clock in the afternoon
I to Fe toni'ght said that a tralnwreck land from 7 to 10I o'cock in the even-
ceccured at Jastro in -which many peo- f ug. I)uiring the afternoon tea willI
ple were kill:ed. be served. This sale has been made

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D a intfy berthas of lace~
car net, crisp organdi) col-
lar and c u .f .ets, ves tees
and guimpes of linen. As
low'-priced as 59c 'to $3.75

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124 SOUTH MAIN

.t H. TFyfe & Co., Detroit
Wlinter Oxford~s
fodr Ate
TYLE, comfort and quality considereod, the following
Swinter models Are distinctly su~perior to) the usual
values at $8.00 and $9.00. Both lasts lit p)erfectly. 'We
believe they offer the greatest amnount o1f all-round satis.-
faction possible to obtain at their price:5.

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