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December 15, 1922 - Image 3

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______THE MICHIGAN DAILYV

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All dolls which were taken from the
Y. W. C. A. to be dressed for the hos-
pital children, which have not b~een
turned in by tonight, should be
taken to the social service department"
of the University hospital before Wed-
nesday, Dec. 20.
Y. W. C. "A. pledges which have. Uot,
been paid should be miailed Immed-
iately to Helen Aubrey, 123, 816 For-
est avenue.
Chaperones for the dances this week
end are as followt: Armory, Saturday
-Mrs. E. G. Heartt; Union, Friday-
Mrs. Yates Adams, Saturday-Mrs. X.
"C~ake.

JUIOR GIRLS'
AFAIR STILL
According to. Catl
chairman of the Jun
committee, no definite
yet' be given conceri
that has been, made.
in an attempt to -be p(
.ent the class play1
public this year. By a
taken recently it was
a large majority of V
Michigan campus are;
of such an action.
No manuscript has.
chosen for the play,
submitted have been re,
conid~ered 1by a comm
ditional in regard to
to keep its name and
u .til just before the pl

LOCAL SECRETARY . funder thle direction of Dorothy Bishop,, whiceh is being given by the league
VIIT C NF RE CE'24, is planning to give for its member", ince vacation and all w-cen art,
at 4 o'clock Friday afternoon, Jan. G,. ____ ____
IIP~TI~f Mis May Ros, gnerl seretay 7i Barbour gymnasium. Reireshmzenit,;
of te nvestyYW...,wllbe 1will be served by wome~x from B Tets; h ihia aena-iitd i
the Wi ~ ~ i 07c. Take one home with you.!
one of the representatives from the - hus. to Pu O l ar's University Bookstore--Adv.
ierine Stafford, United States 'to attend the first pia- during the cabaret are beai plannedi
iior Girls' play tienal conference of the Canadian Stu- b1'ry Kathryn Woodward, '24, and will -
e report can as dents' Christian movement, to bies be followed by dancing. Christmas Cards and 'Deco-rations at !
ng the progress I Held from Dec. 28 to JTan. 2, at Toron- The cabaret party is the first one Wahlr's University Bookstores.-Adv.
by the juniors# to, Canada. This movement in Can- ;______________
ermitted to pre- ada correspondls to that or both the
before an open student Y.W.C.A. and Y.M.C.A. of ti ia
vote which was country. rI714 r T 1JC
sindicated that As it has been carried on for only
women on the. two .years, -this movement is compar-: --FROMN OUR-
greatly in favor atively new. Both representatives3
from the.Y.WC.A.. and Y.M.C.A. will SPLENDIDHOIA ARRAY OFI
been definitely be present at the conference.TO ET.- ' E
although those The program which is to be takenTOL TA IC E
,ad and carefully up will inclu~de a discussion )f some' PERFUMES CAMERASs BRUSHESe-pobem hih andafae
the production as a nation, such as rural, industrial, IVORY WARE THERMOS BOTTLES
author a secret New Canadian and inter-racial prcib. GILBERT'S CHOCOLATES
lay is presented. ilerfis.
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)1w To LIEAGUE TO GIVE,
top Soon; PARTY JANUARY 6 J The- Eber bacSoCo
Tables placed around the gymnas- 2 -04ES LIET- SRE
~,ternoon, and iumi will accomm nodate the patronsAT oBf IY SRET
hown at a shop ; aa~ hthtmW~p' ~'i. ___________-

A RIDER
FOl
A LAST NIii!REMEMBRANCE ri
TI COLLEGE INN

U. S. L. STORAGE

BTTERIES

are the best for your- radio outfit.
Rentals 25c a day--6 a.m. to Midnight Serice.
OLDSMOBILE CARS

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WomnenAnticipate
Fancy .Dress WBall
Bale gi l ,c n ic s ni so pb_ e dan cers w ill participate in at party
in Barbour gymnasium on~ the nighI~
of Saturday, Jan. 20-oloigitsI
regular customn, the annual fancy. dress
ball of the Women's league will. be
given that night. Members of each
Sdor'mitory, sorority and~ league house
dress in uniform costume ne~ rd all vie
with each other for the prize which
is liven to the mostunusual group,
Stu~nts are to be put on by Mortar-I
board, Wyvern and Senior society.
Then cents, admission will be chiarged.
T~hose who are not masqueraders will
have-to pay 25 cents, and others will
be admitted for -50 cents.

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Gowns for, snorts.-
evening wear will be s

ECONOMY GARAGE

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to be opened" at 719 East University 1. . . . . . . .
avenue .,on January .8, under the ! ________
mzanagemhent of Mrs. Evans Holbrook
and Mrs. Frank Cornwell. A perm-
anent location for the gown -shop hasDO' W O
not. yet been chosen.
Mrs. Holbrook recently returned
'from New York City, where she made
a, selection, of exclusive spring modi
Sels. . M~rs. Cornwell and Mrs. 71o1-M a
brook havye been conducting a gift
shop dluring the )jast two Christmas
} easons.

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TODAY, AND, SATURDAY

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Candies

The Year il See Few
Pic-luires as re;.,at as
"Lgrna Ijooe"

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ARE SURE TO PEASE

Christmas Stationary-af select
:Rtock at., Wahr's University Book-
store.-Adv.
New Tuxedo Suits for Rental. Wild
in d Co. State Street.--Adv.

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Dean to 'Spend V'acatlofn In New Tack
Dean jeani Hamilton will spend the
fChristmas holidays ,wlAth her family 1
in New York City. B~efore retu~rning
to Ann Arbor Miss Hamilton. will go 1
to Ithaca to visit Cornell university.

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But that is not enough.

Banking

service to be of the most use to you should
be also intelligent and interested.

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Siuithly Trjuesday, Pec. 121-21
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Friday - Saturday, bee. 29-30
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'VERY woman of refinent 6)fIt r rntd, fo-th vemade
wants the same daininess za A in'the azneus Danil(renf
good taste reflected i~niher "qiet- tcry, where, their felt Comfy Slip-
hour" slippers as in her shoes for p>ers are mae
street wear. Y.. lou willnjqy lokinig over~th~e
Tti s h omn oe r mr "atpldsgsJnorterested in the beautiftil4Daniel store. Th~ey'give, you> a wide
Greeni Boudoir Sljipers wie are range of 66cet 4" youe~r (a-
showing. You can take their 'm- vorite frocks and dainty negligees.
WAHR' HESTORE
SHOES Down Town

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Riddles......0c

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FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

IYEE'k 6F I)EEBER t.17
sunda'y - T ue; .ay
tqMY FRIE-8D THE 'DEVIL"
Wednosday - Thiursd~tay
~I IJLIA-3 USSii T5LYJ in "'IE C('IUS TE~R'
Friday - Saturday
IEN1;Y WALTRAL I IIn"THE TONG CHANCE"

WEEK O( F )'CE3[3ER 2-4
Suzndjay --- Tuiesdaiy
TVALLA('E JRETD in "THE FATAL M~A~
A'lITa SE RT I l hRMA3,) BARG[ARf

as in.the book'_
f.1 th , gra i is 4 as uu fx egiu .hol ~ ~ i]c
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"A AWdNDBP.PJL PLAY

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Scintillating Wit and Masterly Knowledge 'of Human Nature as Never Attempted Before on the Screen.
ADDED -l- THE, FPAMOUS LEE KIDS IN""DOUBLE T ROUBL.E-"

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