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Wrses Stage Carnival For,

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LIUUI1 I IWlL IJUlIUlII II .
Benefit Of Michigan League
INSAL T MICHIG N:,___ _
Charlie Chaplin with all his antics which was visited by each guest in
Xi chapter of Pi Lambda.Theta, na- was1present Friday evening at the turn, l and was always crowded. i
tional educational fraternity for wo- s
men, was installed here last evening, Christmas carnival given by members Among the numerous novel booths
at Martha Cook building. of the junior class of the Nurses' was a Christmas gift booth conduct-
Miss Leila Gerry, national secretary Training school. Mixing with the ed by the graduate nurses. The candyt
of Pi Lambda Theta, assisted by six rowds, playing tricks and in general and ice cream booths also received
Detroit. members. conducted the in causing a great deal of merriment, he their share of attention. One nook
stallation and initiation. A banquet ar tai~fn ne ersmeo tito~ottia
stalatio an Iniiatin. banuetsucceeded In -initiating a spirit of fun was filled with balloons, confetti and
was held in the Chamber of Commerce into the affair. Charlie was assisted Serpentine, which the guests were to{
inn, fallowing the ceremony. Dean in his stunts by two clowns. buy in order that they might partici-
Jean Hamilton, Miss Jean Thomas, More than 100 people were present pate in the feature dances which fol-
'2.2, of Detroit, Miss Leila Gerry, Miss at the carnival which was gvnfrlwd ooewtotterqie
Margaret Camer'on, and 'Natalie Jor- ttecria hc a given for lowed. No one without the required
Margaret ', eioth ad Natlie r-the benefit of the Women's League, favor was allowed to appear on the
dan, '23,,wee the speakers : and the results proved unusually sat- dance floor.
The initiates were as follows: pres- isfactory. Perhaps the most success- -----
ident, Natalie Jordan, '23; vice-presi- ful part was the house of nonsense Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.
dlent, Harriet Blum, '2$ ; recording
secretary, Martha Chapin, '23; cor-
responding secretary, Mrs. Ivaleen
Smith, '22; treasurer .Helen Alan,
'23 keper of records, "'Margaret L d e lp erI h it a
Walker, '23; Lucile Welty,23Flor- adies Slippers For Christm as
ence Kelly, '22, Frances Ames, '23, I
Helen Davenport, '23, Carolyn Heinz,
'23, Ethlyn Servis, '23, and Margaret
teineke,'23They All Want a Pair - So They Are
Pi Lambda Theta at Michigan wasS*
formierly the Girls' ducational clhb, Sure to be Appreciated.
which has been in existence here for
the last ten years. The members of Da-lGen '' ar oosi hspp
the club are elected from either the W
iterary college or the School of Ed- , o ular style-the finest of satin.
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$3.00 PER PAIR
AT- THE T1t.?1 T 9 ;A similar style in 4 colors is only $2.50 per pair
SWE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF FELT SLIPPERS #
[ Also felt and satin combinations

I Women
December pledges for life member-
ship in the Women's league are now
due. Several pledges have been
carried over from last year,
the committee requests that these be
paid before Christmas vacation.
Women of the University who intend
to be in Ann Arbor during the Christ-
mas vacation are asked to sign up
within the next few days at the Wo-,
men's league booth in University hall

or at the office of Dean. Jean Hamil-
ton in order that they may be reached
by the Dean's office and invited to
take part in the activities of Christmas
vacation. Blue books for signing up
will be placed at the league booth in
University hall and In the dean's of-
Tice.

by the Y. W. C. A. still remain to be
dressed for hospital children. Any-
ene able to dresso ne is asked to
call at Newberry hall.
Members of the Women's lttsearch
club will meet at 7:30 o'clock tonior-
row evening in roorh Z-231, Natural

oil painting made by one of its men-
bers.
Barnes won the prize for his paint-
ing, "A Shady Street."
D. W: S. MILLS
OSTEOPATHC P11YS1CIAN
616 First Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
Office Hours Phone
9.2; 10-5 821.Pi
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DOROTHY B. LOWRY
i CHIROPRACTOR
-- 606 1st Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Hours. 1-6 p.m. Phone 4014 2

Two women remaining in Ann Ar- ieneo Lmuoing.
bor during the Christmas Vacation;
are asked to volunteea their serv earnest H. Barnes Wins Prize
ices to Merle Trebilcock, '21, direc- Ernest H. Baines, of the architec-
tor of the south department of social tural drawing department of the En-
service in the University hospital, gneigclee a none h
to assist with the C,hrismas party to gineering college, has announced the
be given Dec. 23. winner of the Marvin Preston prize,
which is awarded annually by the
Twenty-five dolls of the lot obtained Scarab club of Detroit, for the best

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THE GiFt STORE OF ANN ARBOR

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screen--Today
Arcade-Mae Murray in "Broad-
way Rose;" Bull Montana, in
"The Punctured Romnance
Majestic-George Melford's "Ebb
Tide;" 'Waring's Pennsylvan-
ians; "Chop Suey," a Christie
comedy.
Orpheum-"The Isle of Doubt."
with Wyndham Standing and
Dorothy Mackaili; and com-
edy.
Wuerth-"A Fool There Was,"
with Estelle Taylor, Lew4
Stone and All-star supporting
cast; comedy, "Faint 1{earts*"'

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Siage-Teday
Whitney-McIntyre and Heath in
"Red Pepper."
Stace-This We k
Carrick-William ourtenay in
"Her Temporary Husband."
Shubert - Michigan - Bonstelle
company in "Main Street."

The Michigan Calendar-limited. edi-
tion, 75c. Take one home with you.
Whr's University Bookstorer-Adv.

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IWALSEY'S
DANCE
STUDIOS,
THE SCHOOL..PREMIERE
We Specialize In
Teaching
BALLROOM tDA.NCING
:'Private Lessons Exclusively
Studios
WUERTH ARCADE
Hours: 1.5-7.--10

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Neckwear, 59c-$3.75
Shows New Modes
For Christmas giving!
DAINTINESS, go o d taste
and delicate -flattery are evi-
denced in the neckwear for Christ-
mas giving. Rich berthas of lace
or net, crisp little collars and
cuffs of organdy, clear white ves-
tees and guimpes of linen. Such
loveliness! 59c to $3.75.
Main Floor
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Kerchiefs, 15c - $2.75
Have Quaint Charm
Fascinating colors
T HERE'S a winsome appeal
in the Christmas gift of dain-
ty handkerchiefs. In white and
delicate tints, plain or embroider-
ed and trimmed with exquisite
lace. 15c to-$2.75.
Main Floor
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Purses are Gifts
of Good Taste
In various shapes
WHO cares for a lack of
wealth when one has a purse
of such smartness of color and de-

sign? Made of genuine leather
and suede - many in party box
styles. Fully equipped with ev-
ery vanity need. $2.50 to $17.50.

Hosiery, $1.50-$5,
in All Colors
For dress, sports
.LOCKING imparts a bit of
gay color to the hose suggest-
ed for Christmas giving. Of silk,
wool and combinations of the two,
in shades ranging from conserva-
tive to brightest hues. $1.50 to
$5 the pair.
Main Floor

PettiCOats, $4-$13,
in Striking Colors
Beautifully made
T HIS season finds us welcom-
ing petticoats again - and
who can resist them, for lovely
silks in pastel and evening shades
fashion them into marvels of shin-
ing colorand practical service. $4
to $13.

Gloves, $1.50-$6.50,
Exceptionally Smart
Everything that's new
PARIS is responsible for the
-fringe, the colored embroidery,
the swagger facings of the .new-
est gloves. Kidskin, suede and
fabric - all their possibilities are
realized in this Christmas collec-
tion. $1.50 to $6.50.
Main Floor

Second Floor

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Jewelry Completes
One'Cstume
25c to $3.75
C OSTUME jewelry, costing
very little, does much to en-
hance one's charm and individ-
uality. Beads, girdles, earrings,
bar pins.- alone or together --
earn a reputation for good taste
and clever design. 25c to $3.75.
Main Floor

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Perfumes De-
lightfully Effective
In numerous scents
T"HEY hint of mysterious lands
vibrant with color, they breathe
of fragrant blossoms and exotic
scents, they bestow a touch of in-
dividuality to one's person and
boudoir. 59c to $3.50.
Main Floor

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Lingerie, $2-$1,
the Gift Intimate
Hosts of suggestions
SIMPLICITY is the rule the
newest lingerie follows, de-
parting occasionally to take on
lace, embroidery or ribbons. The,
gift intimate that every woman
adores receiving! $2 to $15.

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