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THE MICHIGAN, DAILY

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RISTMAS BAZAAR TO
BE HELD THIS WEEL-ENDI

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Each organized house is requested
to send. a delegate to a meeting to be
iHld: at 5 o'clock this afternoon
in harbour gymnasium to discus:, thel
question of interhouse basketball.

ANTS FOR BOOTHS, CANDY
.vv) 'TEA ROOM PRO.
O1UESS

SALEI

ing booths at the bazaar dance which
is to be given on Saturday evening in
Waterman gymnasium, 'are asked to
call M~ary Hobson or Miriam Reid at
62 omake arrangements for Uniiver-
sity truck service.
Women are urged to volunteer their
services any day this week at New-,
Iberry. hall, to assist in completing aj
number of toys !which were started. in
the Y. W, C. A. workshop and have
not been completed.
STUETS TO COOPERTE
WIT H ,INDUSTRIL GROUP

Arrangements for the second annual
Michigan League and Inter-church
bazaar which is to be given on Fri-
(Jay and Saturday of this week in Bar-
bour gymnasium are nearing contple-f
Lion. Booths in which to display the
various wares -are: being constructed,I
candy is being made by the 100 pounds
and all women on the campus are bus-
ily engaged in putting the last minute
:. touches on the fancy work articles
which are to be sold.
Home baked cakes and cookies,
pies and doughnuts, and jellies and
* jams are to be sold at this time by
*the women of the Ann Arbor churches.
A chicken supper will be served !an
the basement of -Bar-hour- gymnasluw
bjothi Friday and, Saturday evenings by
the Catholic guild of Ann Arbor. En.
-tirely separate from this wl~l be a tea
room operated for the benefit of the
Women's League. Luncheons' will. bq
~served on both Friday and Saturday
ngon and tea roomy service will. be
av4ailable during the afternoons and
evenings.j
Freshman Mixer, Union,-~Saturday,
afternoon-Av

Michigan Dames will
meeting at 8 o'clock
In the parlors of H14len
idence.

hold a regular
this evening'
Newberry, res-

j ptTHREE. EXTENSION ids Women's club. Dr. Eloise M.
KQ, , id d Walker, of the University Health Ser-
HOSo Receive Toys L CT RS I E vice, at Tecumseh. spoke on "An Ad-
dress to High School Girls" before the
than 1 University extension lectures were Parent Teachers Association.
Mor thn 10hspial Chrsen and ! gven by three miember's of the facul- Prof. William D. Henderson, of the
othes o th~civ wll akeup hrit y' yester~iay. Prof. Thiomras C. True- Extension department, at Lansing, in
mas morning much happier. than us- b'ood, of the public speaking depart- the afternoon, spoke on "The Signs of
ual, because their stockings have been ment, gave the "Passion Play" at a New World" before the Michigan
filled with toys and candy by the Un- Grand ltaupids before the Grand Rap-- State Association of farmers' clubs.
iversity Y. W. C. A. which is to 'play_________________________________
Santa Claus again this year.
Nearly 200 dolls have been dressed,I
and several sets of paper hlls1aVe
been completed for. the girls. There
are also scrap-books, magazines awl1shebe Week-End
books. Although the majority ofthe~ Pin eapple .Sherbetia
toys have been completed, there are'tlafe whchveobeinsida
this week. Women who can voluntee r en hO a g ra
terservices are, urged to come to r e c.O a g ra
Newberry hail any day this week toi
hell'. Try tis
IDuring the Christmas vacation a dilteius
candy kitchen will be conducted iniiri!
Newberry hall under the supervisionBrk
of Alene Davis, '24, and Sayde H-i;
Iwick, '23. for the purpose of making af c d nd po - r b ls it
which to fill 140 small tarleton stock-
ings., Women on the campus who are;
remaining in the city for the vacation
will assist in the work. ,, r® - W

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In the evening, Prof. Penderson (I
livered the same lecture before t Uierscu ntesm iy

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IAll senior class women will meet at
4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in the
league rooms at Barbour gymnasium

to "discuss the Senior play. Ten members of the University Y.
W.C.A. -were entertained at a dinnerj
I The person on the play-reading Saturday evening in Detroit, by mem- i
committee of Masques to who~m the herIs, of Pl Federation- of IndustrialI
play, "It I Were King, "was loaned clubs.
is requested to communicate with Miss, Mary Dingman, industrial sec-
Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson at once. retary of the world's committee of the
Y.W.C .A. was the speaker. She has
The-.class in playground work will recently completed a tour of. Europe-
meet at 2 ,'cI3,*k"Wednesday after. I an countries, studying industrial prob-
noons in Barbour gymnasium. lems, and is now 'on her way to the
-1 Orient. Some' interesting contacts
Contributions to the bazaar must with groups of students and Indus-
be taken to the basement locker ;room trial girls who are endeavoring to be-
in Barbour gymnasium before 12 come better acquainted through study
o'clock tomnorrow noon. Articles are of labor pt~oblems, were explained by.
to be marked with two prices, namelyJ Miss Dingman.
the cost of materials, and the estimated JA discussion of a group of joint.
selling, pricg. r meetings which the Federation and :
-I students will hold during January and
All league or- sorority 'houses -desir- February, completed the evening.

DELICIOUS
COFFEE.
Everyone has heard.
of
TUTTLE'
and
THEIR DELI CIO US
COFFEE
Come in and get .a lunch
and try our blend.
It's different!
TUTTLE'S'
3W MAYNARD STREET
South of the Maji.

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Only 60~c a quart
at your
dealers

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RMINSTON PORTABLE
STACY RI. BLACK

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Those of you who :saw "Strongheart" in leis earlier photoplay,t "The
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THE FAMISHED MADDENED WOLVES
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