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SENOB OM N M EIUnder the management of Miss
SEIO W ME M ET Adam n e tfintensive coursel
________ TOin the leadership of Girl Scout work
TOOT TO -.IV01I atJIW P191 at smith, Mt. Holyoke, and Vassar
colleges. This ya h work is er1
All senior class women will meet at, de'veloped in the south and middle
o'clock this afternoon in the' Women of thes senior class will west. A course of ten lessons in troop
ague rooms at Barbour gymnasiumt meet in the parlors of Barbouir gym- management, has Just been com~pleted
discuss the Senior play. nasium at 4 o'clock this afternoon to at Ohio State university and at thej
University of Kentucky. Plans are be-
Odntibuion tothebazar ustdiscuss the annual Senior Girl's p ay. ing considered to give similar courses
e taken to the basement loclier room Altewmnothcasarurclat ,the Universities of' WisconsinMin-
nto be. present as several important 'nesota., and at Benoit college.
1JBarbour gymaim beoe' matters pertaining to the play will be. _________
clock this noon. Articles arevoeupn Thr'ismeustn
be o mar ialhadtw price, amelyabout the advisability of giving an AI ' STo Give
:ie costpofimeril.n heetmtdoutdoor performance this year' instead
dn prcof the customary performance at the Ch st P1 ay,
Whitney theatre.
All league or sorority houses desir- Last year the class decided to dbvi1l Dus of the Road", a Christmas
tg~ booths at the bazaar dance which ate from the traditional policy 'nd aywiflbe given 'st 8 o'clock to-
* ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ gv to be given on Saturday evening in , give the Senior Girl's play not o'nl~ 'j4 lhtplayh CWe n
aterman gymnasium, are as!ked to during Commencement week but alscy nrol gt nSrh C,'3W? n
all Mary Hobson or Miriam Reid at during the school year. This 'Witter g9l11bhall by Mummxers, womnen'~s dra4 '
27 to make arrangements for Univc ,-, wil also be brought up at the zrieet1 mratic rganfzation. The play is being
ty truck service. ing. gven in connection with the W'omen's
w L~Ieaguie 'anid Inter'Churich bazaaru 'n and
Girl Reserve leaders will meet at 7 LEAD}El SPEAKS TO IN~TEREST Al admission of 10 cents "will be'
clock this evening in the south par- WOMEFN IN 4GlRLI SCOUTJ'F W tLX charg~ed.
r of Newberry hall. All those who Thle story of the'p laty is appropiate
ave manuals are requested to bring With the desire to interest the wo-! to the season :and 'while the 'end is not
hemn. Mrs. Yanamee who was asso- men of the Univ~ersity in the leader-' a. hiqpy one, it carries with it a real4
ated with Dean Hamilton in her ship of the Girl Scout mnovement, M~liss holiday spirit. A tramp who is allow-
rmer work with the National Feder- Elizabeth Kemper Adams, who is at- ed to go hungry on Christmas evej
tion of Girls' clubs, will be the 'speak- tached to the National headquarters "of stats the pl~t. This same man in
the Girl Scouts in NeW York City, reality is the *Dpirit *of Christ and
i spoke to the gymnasium classes yes- brings out the simple truth that thqj
Dr. Idea's Bible class will meet at terday on the subject of "Why the htarts'tiv4, Is meanrt to convey.
o'cockthi afernon n te suthGirl Scout 'movemnent heeds colege This is the 'first tim'e that -Mummiers
aIo'ckNhiwafernoo inthell.thwomen". She will conclude ther talkroj'has atttempted the Christmas play,
_ro fNwer al in the classes this mornfli. ;1lasqumes having done it ini the last.
All women who have not tried out _
ar the Junior Girls' play May do so
t 4 o'clock this afternoon, in Sarah
'aswel~l An gell hall. This is: the last .(
ryout that will be held. Y U ,T . 1E'o 0 K B T E
Members of the. Portiz .Literary 8o-1 WHEN THEY'RE .
[ety will meet at 7 o'clock this 'eve-' M ASTER jL AND
ing in room 302. Mason hall.GL AD ┬░'

Save your slip from the Arcade
Barber Shop until December 13.-Adv.

Freshman Mixer,
afternoon.-Adv.

Union, Saturdayz

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fordon:
'1 made of Oxford, in a
fine tailor-like way, with
sound big buttons 'put on
to stay. the shirt has an
attached collar made by
the expert Arrow collar
makers. The cuffs are of
the French model, or they
have single cuffs which
button with one button.
$ 300
AR XW
AT YOUR DEALERS
C.LUE??, P.A BODY & Co., INC., Makers

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luscious grape fruit. 'Ne go to
con-siderable trouble to ob-
tain the. finest. Dain tily pre-
pared' and served, here daily
at loc.

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Re duced!

Women of the camus are invited to
ok over the collection of gift books'
hick the members of Kappa Delta
>rority are solling for the benefit off
e University of Michigan league.
he skle. is being conducted at 602
onroe,street 'thib aft'zrnoon and eve-
omren are urged to volunteer theirI
,'ices any day this week at New-!
rry hall, to assist in completing a
umnber of toys which were started in
e YV. W. C. A. Wvorkshof) and have
)t been completed.
Patronize Daily advertisers.--Add;

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Coats ! Coatis!!
Coats!!.'!

THE ANN ARB3O STEAM DYE WORKS
2-04E Est Washington, Phone 628

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* NL Y when you
consider how.
moderately our
coats are marked in the
rfirst place, and then 're-
flect that from these
already low prices we
have madestill fulrther re-
ductions-an youxealiz
what matchless vites
are beizg o054u nwl

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$09.50) to $129.51)!

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TODlAY' i'TRU STI',RDAY

ec Gazarantee to Teach You
to Donce All of thme
RMOUDERN DANCES
In One Coure
ATLS'VS DTANCE,' 4TrFDW

Photographet to Michigan Students
Established 1l887

No Lectures
ButDaily Con fenceS
At Babson Institute they make a
business of teaching business to
college trained men wtho wish to
o f*i positions of responsibility. and
and trust without spending years at
routine work.
Standard office equipment through-
out. No classes or lectures, but a
business schedule of work from :30,
to 5:00 o'clock, including daily con-
ferences directed by men with years
of business experience, and discus-
sions with active factory and office
executives at their plants. This re-
moves the instruction from the hypo-
thetical stage and helps the student
to look at things in the same light as
a man actually engaged in business.
Babson Institute, an educational in-
stitution endowed for the purpose of
fitting men for executive responsi-
bilities, invites you to send, for the
booklet, "Training for Business
Leadership." Write today.
Babsoni Institutt~e
WelseoWelle Wil, ( sp 'f) Mai*.

Goodyear's
124 SOUTH, MA IN

Summer School was at first under the 'direction of a
committee of the Faculty, of the College oif Litera-
ture. The Regents assumed┬▒ full control in 1900,
and changed the name to Summer Session.

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