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men's league .booth in University hal
or at the office of Dean Jean Hamil-
M omenton, in order that they may be reached
by the Women's league and invited to
- - take part in the activities of Christmas
vacation. Blue books for signing, up
Deceinlwr pledges for life mebr have, been placed. at the league 1)ooth
ship in the Women's league are now, in University hall and In the dean's
duve. Several pledges have been{ office.
carried over from last year,
the committee requests that these be cc Givzes Part
paid baefore Christmas' vac~ttiou .'
For Foreig'n Women
Two women remaining in Alan Ar- 1

bor during the Christmas vacation
are askedl to volunteer their serv-
ices to Merle Trebilcock, '21, dlrec.
tor of the south department of sociali
service in the University hospital,{
to assist with the C,hriimas party to
be given Dec. 23.
Twenty-five dolls of the lot obtaiaed
by the Y. W. C. A. still' remain to ~
dressed for hospital children. Any-
one able to dress one is asked to-I
call at Newberry hall.

What would Christmas be like in a
foreign land? Many people think that
Christmas away from home would not.
be worth having. However, there are
many students among us from for-
eign lands who must spend this
'Christmas' as they have spent others
-far from their native home. Yet
they are happy, and enjoy the festivi-
ties of this new land as much as pos-
'sible.
Among the various holiday events
planned, for the foreign students this

year was a Christmas party givenI Y. WV. C. A. TO SING
Sunday afternoon at Newberry hall by!I
the members of the World Fellowship) CHRISTMAS CAROLS
commtteeof the, Y.W.C.A. A large
Chrisitmas tree, gifts and a Santa ;Odfsindcrl n napo
IClaus lent the holiday air to the oc- Olfahoecrlsndn r-
casion. An interesting program of priate Christmas story will form tVim
carols readings and musical numbers special features of the -Y. W. C. A.
also made the hours pass pleasantly.I Christmas vesper services : this yra±t
The foreign girls, wearing their or-E The vespers will be held at 4 o'clock-
iental costumes, gave a new and tomorrow afternoon in the soutl ft1-
charming aspect to the celebration. for of Newberry hall. All -women onw
Perhaps the most interesting event campus who enjoy singing Chitm--I
Iwas the distribution of gifts, each girl carols are invited to attend the-,e in-
receiving some personal gift. fornmal services.
sThe carols will be sung under[e
direction of Wilma. Demuth, '23 Dor-
ffhIothyT Jeffrey, '24, will complete the aF-
LurN9 DOONE iu Ivu. ternoon with a Christmas story. Al'
1members of the Y.W.C.A. are, urged
FOR LEASU& BENEFI~To 1Isa ~er p. k
IMssBaerSpak o l .iiie eCir. ic
______ IMiss Edith M. Bader, assistant sup-
"Lorna Doone", a motion picture re- erintendent of public schools here;,
production of the famous book by spoke at the Chinese Friendly Circle
Blackmore, will be shown this week, meeting, Saturday evening, in Wesley
leginning tomorrow and continuing; Hail. rrhe subject of her talk wais
for the remainder of the week, at the! "Women's Contribution to American
:Majestic theatre, undler the auspices of, Society" in which she pointedl out the
the residents of Martha Cook build-
ing. A percentage of the profits from
the sale of tickets will be given to j
the 'University of Michigan League. y
Tickets for the show nmay be obtain-
I ed at. any. of the following stores: Iv sm n
Grain's and. Wahr's bookstores,
Calkin's 'dugstores, Mack's, and Vfan Seuite
Boven anti Cress. Sc rte
SLEP ANYWHERE, BU 1T Conservative
EAT AT REX'S
THE CLUB LUNCH i Character
712 Arbor 'Street
Near State andi Packard Streets
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position that the American womani
takes ini American life; their fields of
endeavor and their organizations.
SOLALINDE TO LECTURE
Prof. Antonio G. Solalinde of the
Spanish department will deliver a
Urniversity lecture at eight o'clock
Tuesday evening in I lre auditorium of
tiie Natural. Science building. He
w ill s)Eak on the subject, "The Art
of Kin. Alfonso the Learned."' The
icturo. will be illustrated with lan-
tr n slides and music.
P'rofesnor Solalinde, -who comes;
from :'gnain as temporary professor of
Spanish literature for this year, has!
had 11 years experience in lecturing
to American students in the Tlriiver-
sity of Madrid. Although the talk is
to be given in Spanish, it will be de-
I veed in such a mannqer as to enable
all Spanish students to understand it.
Patronize Daily advertise rs.-Adv.
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GEORGE FAWCETT
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Members of the Women's Rtesearchi
club will meet at 7:30 o'clock this
r'veninig inl room Z-211, Natural
Science building.
Tbere will bce a meeting, o Masques.
ait 4 o'clock this afternoon in tho west
parlor of Barbour gymnasium to b(.
followed by a reception for tryout- al.
4:0 o'clock.

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Areade-b-Mae Murray in "Broad-
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Majestic-George Melford's "'Ebb
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There will be a combined meeting
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IAJIgHL ii uu ~uipnmroom. !ans;- "Chop Suey'," a Christie
., .. ..comedy.
All doll: which were taken from the I -I
V. WAV.C. A. to be dressed for the i rpeu.Th Ileo Dub,
l)ital- ohiidren. must be returned to the with WVyndham. Standing and
office of Ne wberry hall by Wednesday t Dorothy 1Mu~kaill; and 'corn-
ifresslble.. There are shill about 40" edy.
(115out, and it is necessary that they _____
be tuned in as soon" as possible -in or- I rh-~" olThr a,
Oer that .the "Y" may complete Its I *ith Estelle. Taylor,, Lewis
('rsmsprogram.' Stone and All-star: supportingI
1a cast; comedy, "Faint Hearts."
MJiss Dack, United States Veterans'
bu'reau nurse, will be in the office o f
t lme bureau in Lane hall 'the remainder J-
c the week to consult with all train- te-ihWk
e.s before vacation'. I' Garrick- Wi lain Courtenay in
Members of Sigma Delta Phi soor-~rryHsbn.
ity will meet at 4:15 o'clock Wednes- J Shubert - Michigan - Bonstele II
clay afternoon at the Kappa Delta! company in "Main Street." '
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A meeting of -the inmbers of the D. ___________________
A. R. will be held at 3 o'clock Thurs-
'y afternoon at the home of Mrs. El- . IRVING WARMOLTS, D.S.C.
b ridge .Brown, 1320 Cambridge road. j .f-*tTTP ttT
Prof. A. E. Woodi will talk "on "Trm-; 1 I7t
acy." This will be followed by at ' 76 First Nat. Bank Bldg.
sh ort Christmas program.t Phone 17464
Freshman Girls' Gflee cub will meet _________________
61, 4 o'clock .tomorrow afternoon in the
parlors of Barbour gymnasiuim. All
mebes re cgeotibwpesAt
n5~embe1 arArelt epeet
Women of the Uiversity who intend TeProa ~n ahn
to be in Ann Arbor during the Christ-
nflas vacation -are , asked' to. sign up I .
within the next few days at the Wo- .

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