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November 17, 1923 - Image 11

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THE .MICH--GIAN DAILY

I'.

an DirectsI
Larxge J~sianess

lIULILI
of Clitcag4,
eiat~on,

NUESPBLISH FIRST
NUMBER Of BULLETIN
"Scalpel," the first number of the
nurses' quarterly bulletin is now on
sale.- I
Aurelia B. Potts, 124, editfor-in-chief
of the publication, has written the
foreword: Dr. L. H. Friedman has
contributed one of the leading articles.
in which he discusses "Caloric Re-
quirement on a Few Comnmon Diseas-
es.";

RING'S DAUJGHTERS' BAZAAR
ATTIRACTS IN SPITE OF-RAIN
Despite the unfavorable weather a
large number of people attended the
bazaar in the High School auditorium
yesterday. The, bazaar, is sponsored
b~y the United, King's Daughters' cilt-
cles of Ann Arbor. -The proceeds ai!
to go to finance the. University hos-
pital school for crippled andl sick
children.
Farmers have contributed to the
"Little Market," where'. apples, ,pota-
toes and squashes are being 'sold as
well "s"other farm p roducts,' usually,
found in a d owntown market.

AT THE THEATERS

mittee. CSharlotte Ermann, Hope Halli-
ady, Natalie Glover, and{Dorothy Wy-
lie.

Screen--Today

!sity of Mich-
i~ng year w~ere
of the Univer-
mciationl which
iey arp as fol-
vight Po~meroy,
Vhedon, execu-
rbert J. Go11ld-
,len Bates, sec-
dire~ctors con-

IA calendar of coming events for The bazaar willconin~iue' all uay
November, -December, January, and today.,
February, a, section titled "Class News" f
giving a sum~mary of the activities of1 SENIOR WOMEN ENTERTAIN
the different classes to date, and, small- j AT 1tX AT BETSY BARB OUR
er sections such as the "Bludget for the -
Yes"and "Society," are included in More than 75 senior women attend-
this first issue. ed the first senior tea of the year
The last article is a trep.tise on the ! which<was held yesterday afternoon
conceit 'of men. It gives an Japproxi- Ilat, Bety Barbour- house. Bridge was
mate valuation of men considering his 'played during the afternoon. Flora
chemica components. The decision Callender, Isabel Mutschler, and Hlel-
arrived 't is that he is ,worth about. en .MUutchler furnished music ' for
90 cents.J dancing. Dorothy Bogan, chairman of
thensenior social committee, was cliair-
Patronize The Daily Advertisers, mnan-fore the tea, having -for her ,com-
IDAVE YOU HEARD TELTS

Arcade-"A Virgin's Sacrifice."
Majestic-"The Eternal Strug-
gle."
Wuerth-"His Wife's Husband,"
'and Mark Twaiin's "The Prince
and the Pauper."
Orpheum - "Railroaded," and
"Her~ Dangerous Path."

Wiomen I1
All members of Mummers who can
usher for the Masques play on Tues-
day, Nov. 20, meet in Hill auditorium.
at 9. o'clock today. Those who
wish to usher but cannot be present at
that time call Mary Lila Zang, 3404,
or Gertrude-Marks, 1463-M, as soon as
possible.
A few house presidents who attend-
ed Dean Jean Hamilton's supper Tues-
day evening were obliged to miss Dr.
Bell's health lecture. They will be
allowed to make up the lecture by re-
porting to the departmen~t of physical
education.
Optional dancing will be given at 4,
o'clock. Wednesdays in Barbour gym-1
nasium , beginning with Wednesday,
rNov.. 21. Every one who is interested
[is urged 'to turn out.
The class hockey games which were
scheduled for yesterday were' postp)on-
ed and will be played at 4 o'clock
Monday at Palmer field. The seniors

wvill play the freshmen and the junior
team the sophomores.
There will be an important meeting
of the Junior Girls' play commzittee at
3:30 o'clock Monday in the parlors of
Barbour gymnasium.
Editor Released
Lisbon, Nov. 16.-Genistal Machado,
a N'ationalist, is attempting to form a
ministry to succeed that of Antonio
Maria Silva, resigned Oct. 30., Senor
Machado was education minister in
1921.
Its truo efficiency to use Daily
Classifieds:-Ad,.
G uarateednng
AgainstDrig
Here is genuine ho si e ry
value for you. Guaranteed,.
high-grade hose, for men.
'Guaranteed six pairs six
'months,, without darning-

Stage-This IWeek

4

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Garrick
Goes,"

(Detroit) - "T$
with Gloria Foy.

She

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EHepry' car-
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rolne fat-I

rus.,',-
as, Mrs.
patter-I
s. Evans i
, of To-
'Detroit,
Ed Rap-
Mfrs. Na-
iittees

:luss' Fay Fitzpatrick
Miss Fay .Fitzp~tick, of Salina,
{Kans., is vice-president of the Fitz-
patrick Insurance company." She be-
lieves that business women need not
lose, the love of home and beauty din
their devotion to business interests.
Hier hobby is her' beautiful flower
garden.
lists as yet; Mrs. Evans Holbrook,
chairman' of,. the committee on person-
;nel is aided in her Work: by Mrs. Edwin
Dreese; the special subscriptions com-
mittee is made up of Mrs. George W.
Patrson chairman, Mrs. J. J. Walser,
Mr.Homer Heath, Miss Sara-Whedon,
Mr-s. Ralph Aigler and Miss Fandira
Crocker.

We hav'e tO newest In Silk, SatAiZ VelVet, Velour,
Hats and ams. broad-'vaiduewsat Moder ate Prices.

Felt, Brush Wool

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FiURS Ta R

$150

POPULAR PRICE HAT SHOP I
1 333 .SOUTH, MAINI

I'll

At NOt Astonishingly

LOw

Prices

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amen A. Kennedy,
anizatjon commit-: Its trute efficiency to use Daily
ed her committee .Ciasslfieds.-~Adv
Not Board .

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Specials for Saturday O nly

B ullet
Proof
HOSZ for E~N
may be seen at this store, in
your size and Your favorite
color. Why not get back'to
the pre-war assurance of
SERVICE in the purchase
of men's hos?
Cotton
airs
:6 Months . 509

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Thursday, November 22, 8 P. M. Choral Union Series
Direction WILLIAM' WADE H.-INSHAWt
BRILLIANT"ED B
SOLO ITS IREN [WILLIAMS
Stage Scenery anad Beautiful Costumes
°A ,Fe 4i ckets for ' Indi'Idual Concerts Available.

The.

Very Latest Style Fur Jacquettes
$79.50}
Fur Coats Worth Much- More

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Eatnin our cafe shows you
carfulattention that is gvn
meals at home is ,given to each

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HAVE SUNDAY
D INNER HERE

~The' Proof of the Pudding

is id the Eating."

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Sunday, November 25* 4:15 P. M. Faculty Concert. Series
UNIVERSIT Y SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Samuel P. LOCKWOOD, -Conductor
GRACE JOHNSONOA
KONOLD .LARTHARiD
Soprano Violoncellist
No Admission Charg--Children under Twelve Years of age not ad.
mnitted unless they first obtain ticl et at the~ Schiool of Music'
Tuesday, December 4, 8 P. M. .,Extra Conicert Series.
DETROIT.SYIN PRHONY ORCKESTRA\
VICTOR Richard
KOLAR CROOKS
Conducting Tenorx
Course Tickets-$'2.00, $3.00, $4.00, $5.04
Single Concts-0.5O, $i.0, $1:60, $2.00
Sunday, December 9, 4:15 P. M. Faculty Concert Series
CONCERT BY FACULTY"
of thme UNIVERSITY S~UIOL OF MUSIC
No Admission Charge--Children under Twelve Years of age not ad-
mitted unless they first obitain ticket at the School of Mussic
Wednesday, December -12, 8 P. M. Choral Union Series
FFREM REINOWNRI)
ZIMBALIST VIOLINIST
AFew Tickets for Individual Concerts Available.
For information or tickets; call at the University School of
Music, CHARLES A. SINK,- Secretary.

ANN ARSORM Id-.

. ..

I.[.W erhCo.
Next to Weurth Theater
DOWN TOWN

$975
Fur 9hoerg at Less Than ,Cost
A Small Deposit Will Reserve Your Selection

No
the
for
the

Headquarters of

darning, necessary during
periods specified. Ask
Bullet roof now, while
assortment is complete,

kl

Home

ade

IIIlIII I.h'

4i Vetr Re(
Now On Sali
RED SEAL RECORI
948- igoletto-La~donna e mobile' (Worn
In* Italian
,q Oh: Dearest) In.Italian
'uritani- A te, o carat, amor talora
I0-in, list-Price $1.50
953-L# Serenata (Serenade)
Madrigal-"Tes doux baisers"
1 0-in, list-Price $1.50

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cords'

Candy

an', is Fickle)
Miguel" Fleta
Miguel Fleta
(To Thee,
Geraldine Farrar
Geraldine Farrar

SeaFoam Kisses
Cocoanut Carmels

..'. . *

.25c
.30c
.39

per
per
Per
per

lb.
lb.
lb.
lb.
lb.

°UT

19120-Italians in Algiers-Overture-Part I
Victor Symphony Orchestra
Italians in Algiers--Overture-PartlI
10-in, list-Price 75c{ Victor ,Symphony Orchestra
19169 -An Orange Grove in California-fox, Trot
Pau.l Whiteman and.,His Orchestra
Dancing Honeymoon-Fox Trot
10-in, list-=Price 75c Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra
19.164--Oh Gee, Oh Gosh, Oh Golly, I'm in Love-
Fox Trot Garber-Davis Orchestra
First, Last and Always-Fox Trot'
10-in, list-Price 75c Garber-Davis Orchestra
191 0-I've Got a Song for Sale-Fox Trot
The Original MeMphis. Five
Tin Roof, Blues-Fox Trot
10-4n. list-Price 75e The Original Memphis .Five

150 Ti
~Go on oujr
With a Money 13
To close out the balance of our
Sother sacrifice in our coats, randc

Ickets.
'Suit Sale
)AY-.
?ack Guarantle

Cocoanut

Brittle :..

.25c per

Peanut Brittle (made with cream)

" 0 0 0 0"0 0

i "20cV

i-I

-Peanut Cluster-
With Dark Sweet Chocolate -....40c per
With Milk Chocolate ..... ,,......50c per

lb.
lIb.

We make up the Candy in Fancy Boxes or Chinese Boxes.

rstock we.',are
offer our-

making still an-

for Souvenirs

Iec .nn )

4XOd.lUU Iie-I 41
$75.00 lines a .
$70.00 ines at .
$65.00 tines at..
$60.00 lines at -

...... $48.66 1
600609, . .$4L5.00
.... .41.37

Buy Candy from Candyeland and Save' Yo ur -ck etbook

Made to
Measure
Mad e to
Fit You

VOCAL RECORD
19168--Mammy's, Little Silver Lining
-Memories of Virginia
1 0-in. list-Price 75c

Wt

Vernon
Peerless

Dalhart
Quartet

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