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Assistant Announces Mlarriage
Announcement has been madec
narrage of Eileen Whitehead G~rime;
assistant in the Botany departm e nit, a t ,.E l n o ,' 1
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.

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Chaperones for 'the dlances this week #
endl are as follows: Union, Friday- By a vote taken yesterday afternoon.
an ntiinl4nf- of Rnn at Nwnmoan 4it3?way

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BENEVIT~ Miss Martha Hills; Saturday-Mrs. E.
BENFiTG,. Heartt; Armory, Friday -firs.
Members of the junior class .of. the! Yates Adams;, Satuirday, Mri s. Al. RE
Nurses' Training school have arrang- 'ac
ed a December carnival which is to be -
given tonight at the. nurses' home, i Women of the University who intend
number 1, for the benefit of the Wo-j to be in Ann Arbor during the Christ-
men's League. Although the greatest mas vacation are asked to sign up
attraction is to be a dance which will within the :next fcw dlays at the Wo-
continue throughout the evening, men's league booth in University hall
there are also other -features plan- ! or at the office of Dean Jean Hamil-
ned. ton in order that they may be' reached

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{(decided to depart from the usual poll-.
cy relating to the annual Senior Girls'. }
play and make it an outdoor produc-
tion this year. Since thie theatrical
equipment of the English departmnent,
which was used this suminer for the
outdoor productions of the Shakes-;
pearian company of *New York City,';
will be used for the play the class
will be enabled to give the production'
with much iess expense. In .addition
to this advantage it was thought that'
the novelty of an outdoor production
might make this play of greater in-
terest. "Shirwood" and other produc-
tions of like nature are being consid-
ered at the present time by the com-
mittee in charge of selecting a play,
In order to make money for the

SThe basement has been converted
into a house of nonsense wVhere those
who wish to spend a merry hour may
K find amusement. Candy, 'frostbite:)
and buttonaires will be sold. During
the latter part of the evening feature
dances have been arraniged,
{Estelle Speidell, '24, is general,
j chairman of the affair, and members
of the freshman class are assisting,
the juniors is their undertak~ing. The.

by the Dean's office and invited to
take part in the activities of Christmnas
vacation. Blue books for signing up
will be placed at the league booth in
University hall and in the dean's of-
flce.

To, Be Entertainzed t-
Foreign women of the University,
will be given a real American merry
Christmas according to; plans made
by the Lansing, branch of the Ameri-
can Association of University women.
A real Christmas dinner, ,a Christ-,
?mas tree, a chance to play all the tra-
ditional games and sing the Christmas
songs will be given the foreign wo-1
men during the holiday timge by the."
college alutnnae of Lansing who are l
opening their homes to these women
from other lands. In this way the
foreign guests- will not only be giv-
en a happy Christmas 'but also a
glimpse into the intimate home life 'of'
this country.
All foreign women students who
have not made other arrangements
for the Christmas vacation are invit-
ed by the Lansing aluimnae to accept.
their invitation' for at least a part of
the, holiday period.
This same plan W'as adopted lastl
year by the Lansing branch of the
American Association of University1
Women and many of the same group
of foreign students who went last j
yar have planned to go again this
year.
Further, informnation 'about the plan
Is available at Dean liamnilton's of-
'flce.

SILK HOSIERY

SILK AND WTOOL HOSIERY
WOOL HOSIERY"
GLOVES
JEWELRY
COLLAR BAGS
TRAVELING BAGS.
UMBRELLAS
BATH ROBES
SILKSIRTS
PAJAMAS

CAPS ~
OVERCOATS
SUITS
UNDERWEAR

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GIF SUGGESTIONS

HATS

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Eugene ~ Gr ac e

-A new industrial star of the first
miagnitude Is in the ascendant. Steell
men "in on -the know" declare thatI

carnival
o'clocek.

will continue from 8 to 11:30

Eugene G,. Uraoe, president of uthe.
Bethlehem 'Steel company, will be the
successor to Elbert H. Gary, chairman
bof the United States Steel corporation,,
'whn the latter retires. For the pres-
ent Grace is slated to, head the com-
bined Bethlehem and Midvale inter-
(BIS o y Associated Press)
Moscow, Dec. .-Mister' of War
Tirotzky and Leo Kameneff, presidentl
of' the Moscow Soviet, in recent pub-
lic addresses in this city, repeated
previous assurances as to Russia's
readiness to reduce her army provid-
ing other, states, would do' the same
thinig.
The occasion was a ;gathering of
delegates to the Third Internationale.
Trotzk~y announced that the Soviet
government "is ready and eager to
cut its armed forces in half or even
to one tenth of the present strength,
provided other countries would agree
to similar'reductions." The war min-
ister expressed the hope that the out-
come, of the disarmament conference
to. be held in Moscow within a month
would result in a reduction of the ar-
mies7 of the Balkan statecs.
Kamneneff said he had a message to'
the world. "Russia," he declared, "is
indeed eager for peace and. is prepar-
ed at any time to reduce her 'fighting
forces, if given guarantees by, other
countries. But in making these pro-'
posals," 4he continued, "it must be
understoiod'' ,thatbecause of our
strength we would refuse any $Vro-
posals 'vhick might tend to humiliate
Soviet Russia."
"That is no idle boast and day byj
dlay we are showing greater strength'
in Communism, greater; constructive
ability in reorganization of the coun-
try and in reestablishing ourselves."
A review of the .;Red Army follow-
ed these_ speeches.' The troops filed
past a' large reviewing stand. The
Moscow' garrison headed the parade
and included cavalry, heavy and light
artillery, machine gun outfits, tanks,
armored cars and anti-aircraft guns;
then there followed droves of factory;
and railroad workers armed with.
rifles, thousands of trade unionists,
and many children.

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AT THE TBEAT9RS
Ct861t-- Tida
Arcade-"Brawn of thme North,"'
featuring Strongheiirt, the
wonder dog ; comedy and news.
Majestic-Shirley Mason in her
latest comnedy, "Ymouth MIust
Have Love;" and news fea-
ture.

All league or sorority houses desi - 'University of Michigan League it was
ing booths at the bazaar dance which decided to investigate 'the matter o:'
is to be given on Saturday evening in engaging Irene Oiastle for a program.
Waterman gymnasium, are asked to - - -
call Mary Hobson or Miriam Reid at 1-111pp{ i NTI AVAILABLE I
627 to make armrangements for iuiver- 1 'O WME OBTAIN IWORI(
city truck service.
1University womaen who wish to
~Women are urged to volunteer their, earn their board and roomu during they
services any' day this week at N'ew-' Christmas vacation are asked to re-
berry hall, to assist in completing a port to MiIlred Sherman at the of-
number of toys which were started in ' lee of Dean .Jean Hamilton as sever-
the Y. W. C. A. workshop and have 'al opportunities of this nature are
not been completed. available. Any p ersons who have
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Wadharn's and

SPORT COATS
KNIT JACKETS
SWEATERS
BELTS AN''D BUCKLES
HANDKERCHIEFS
NECKWEAR

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Orpheum _-*"Some
presented, by the
giene companyt.
Wuerth -- Harold
"Grandma's Boy~;"
of Fortune," with
De La Motte.

'Wild Oats,"
8ocial Hy-
Lloyd in.
and "Fools
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Whitney - Michigan Unlion Op-
era, "In and Out."
IGarrick .(Detroit)---PauZline.Fred-
erick in "The Guilty One," an
A. H. Woods 'production.
Shubert - Michigan (Detroit) -
Bonstelle comp~any inm East
Side--West Side."
Sty~e--Nett Week -
Whitney. - McIntrye and! Heath
{ in "Red Pepper." - J

-A .giant dog guarding a iwoman and bab_ on the snowUs
W~olves in a gaunt, grah, slinking circle --maiting!
More reat-=- more fascinating than
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706 First Nat. Bank Bldg.
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His FIRT FIV'E-PART FEATURE

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THE RONANCE OF
A 1"FRAlDY CAT" ROY
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Reduced for :the
Holidacys!1

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twools of

HESS are tnot
drfesses ordered
for the specific
purpose of holding a sale!
But regular, higher'rpriced
models selected from our-
best groups and re- A~~
marked to offer consider
able savings!t For the a
street. For business,. For
sackalwearl;

MARGUERITE DOE LA MOTTE
TSULLY MARSHALL- RUSSELL SIMPSON
Here is something really original, really unusual -- in story, in plot; in - -
is o ert suti rit u hu o th o g loia siutos ex e rtcharacterization and splendid titling, and without recourse to horseplay. .,. }t

$19.50

--COMING SNDAY
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Star of "prisoner of Zendan"
ESTELLE TAYLOR LEWSSO_
A S ' f i E " A M P I E "4 A T Hi E " F O O L "
Inspired by -. n<! 'a uppol-tIng Cast
KIPLNG'Sof Sftars
"THE VAMPIRE"

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