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1928;

THE M!CHIGAN DAILY

OUSES TO SIGN FOR
BASKETBILL TOURNEY

Husband "Made"
Magus Johnson,
She Helps Him

DRAWING
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FOR OPPONENTS
SIMILAR TO
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Houses wishing to enter the inter-
house basketball tournament are
warned by the members of the physic-
al education department, that the dead-
line for signing up for this is 5 o'-
clock, Monday, Dec. 10. The draw-
ing for opponents will take place at
4:30 o'clock, Tuesday, Dec. 11, in the
gymnasium, and therefore no applica-
tions for entry can be considered
after the time limit set.
The drawing will be done in a sim-
ilar manner 'to that used for tb~e
hockey matches. Five houses will
draw "bys" in this tournament and'
for thisyreason it is tothe advantage
of every house to be sure' it is rep-
resented by its athletic manager when
the drawing takes place.
The complete list of the houses al-
ready signed up follows: Helen New-
berry residence, Chi Omega, Pi Beta
Phi, Gamma Phi Beta, Phi Sigma Sig-
ma, Alpha Omicron Pi, Betsy'Barbour
house, Delta Delta Delta, Delta Gam-
ma, Alumnae house, Theta Phi Alpha,
Adelia Cheever house, Martha Cook
building, Zeta Tau Alpha, Alpha Epsil-
on Pi, Kappa Delta, Pi Kappa, DeltaI
Zeta, Reagh house, and Kappa Alpha
Theta.
If there are additional houses wish-
ing to participate in the tournament,
Miss Elsie Erley, of the department o'
physical education, should be inform-
ed of the fact before Monday.

Women's League Bazaar,
Attracts Large Crowds
Large crowds filled Barbour gym- also snapped the unusual displays.
nasium yesterday afternoon ait the Decorations in. the gymnasium were
third annual Women's League and In- decidedly "different" from those of
ter-church bazaar which will also con- former years. The design, made by
tinue from 9:30 to 8 o'clock today. Marion Buell, '24E, is in the form of
Articles of all kinds were on sale in- arches reaching from the running
cluding shirtwaists, neckties, collar' running track to the tables. Red and
and cuff sets, handkerchiefs, towels, black lanterns are placed at the base
children's clothes, lingerie, etcetera; of each arch. In the tea room decor-
'A new stock will be placed on the ations of snow and beautifully lighted
counters this morning. Christmas trees attract the hungry
Dolls of every description were ex- shoppers to the small tables where
hibited at the doll booth while a luncheon is served from 11:30 to 1, 1
lighted Christmas tree marked the tea from 3 to 5, and dinner from 6
booth containing the "Santa's sur- to 7:10 o'clock with music as a spe-
prises' which are small parcels al- cial diversion.
ready wrapped to be sold at a nominal After the bazaar closes this evening
price. Simple Simon in an appropri- a dance will be given from 9 to 12'
ate costume appeared during the aft- o'clock in Barbour gymnasium. Pa-1
ernoon to tempt the purchasers with tronesses for the affair are Dean Jean
little individual pies. The Japanese Hamilton, Miss Marion H. Blood, Miss
and Chinese flower girls at the flower Mildred P. Sherman, Prof. William C..
booth attracted the photographers who Hoad and Mrs. Hoad. Bergen's music
willfurnish the music for dancing.
LEAGUE UIWES ALUMNAE Tickets for the dance are on sale at
TO PRESENT PUPPETEERS[Wahr's and Graham's bookstores.

Announce BDIrth
A ten pound boy was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Edison R. Cramer at St. Jos-
eph's sanitarium Thursday. Mr
Cramer is an instructor in the econ-
omics department, and is also carry-
ing graduate work.
Damon-
"Do you really think that a
good pencil Helps you to do
better worki"
Pythias-
"I know it does! Why, I'm
even able to read my own
handwriting, now that Iv
started using a Dixon's
Eldorado!"
7 eas-erdwAl pers
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SAMPLES
Pefmanently on Display at

GUY WOOLFOLK & CO.
336 S. State Street
Ann Arbor, Mibc,
Designed by
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Mrs. Josephine Loftus
George Loftus, now dead, is credit-
ed with being the man who "made"
Magnus Johnson, new senator from
Minnesota. Loftus first interested
farmers in Johnson and his views.
Then Loftus died. Now Mrs. Jose-
phine Loftus, his widow, is Johnson's
secretary in his Washington office.
Imported Linens
Sold For League
Miss Emily Nasier, a native of Sy-

rIa, is to remain at Foster's Art store,
O13 South State street, for another
week, selling imported linen goods
for the benefit of the University of
Freshman 'basketball practice from tichigan League building fund, under
now on will be at 7:1.5 o'clock Thurs- the auspices of the. alumnae.
day evenings and at 5 o'clock Wednes- Miss Nasier has in her stock a large
day afternoons instead of Tuesday eve- variety of real imported laces and
diri~g ay reioslynsdoucesdaylinens, including handkerchiefs trim-
nings as previously announced. med with filtere,.Madiera work, Arm-
enian hand drawn work and embroid-
Sororities or league houses which ery. She also has a number of hand
will be open during Christmas vacation drawn handkerchiefs for men. Lunch-
and wish to rent rooms to women who eon sets, of Italian cut work, in crash
are planning to spend the vacation in linen, towels of filet and embroidery,
Ann . Arbor are asked to call Miss slumber pillows, buffet sets are includ-
Mildred Sherman in the office of the ed in the display.
dean of women. Baby Irish crocheted and filet laces
may be bought from Miss Nasier by
All women who are going to be in the yard. She also has several silk
Ann Arbor during Christmas vacation negligees in both elaborate and simple
are asked to sign up at the office of designs. All of these articles are from
the dean of women so that they may be Babout and company, of Chicago, be-
reached for activities of the Women's ing imported from their factories in
League. Venice and Italy.
Miss Nasier invites women of the
Tickets are on sale today at the University to come and inspect his dis-
Women's League booth in University play, even if they do not care to buy.

Notices have been sent to the coun-
cillors of all the organized alumnae F
groups im Michigan from Universityl
of Michigan League campaign head-'
quarters, to the effect that the serv-I
ices of the puppeteers, students of the;
University, will be available for week- I
ends after the holidays, in various cit-
ies. The suggestion was made that
their services be secured by the alum-
nae as one of the means for raising
money to complete their campaignI
quotas.
he puppeteers are presenting two
programs this season, "The Puppet
Revue," and a series of six puppet
plays. These marionettes have filled
many out of town engagements and
have appeared several times in Ann !
Arbor.
Women Predominate In Austria
Vienna, Dec. 7,-(By A.P.)-A re-
vision of the census shows that Austria
has an excess female population of
238,475. The total population of 6,526,-
661 includes 3,382,568 women and 3,-
144,493 men.
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VIOLA DANA In Search of A Thrill

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in Ann Arbor for
Xmas Greetings
is the
Photo-Craft Shop.
(Mrs. Macgregor)
Nickels Areadq. Opp. Postoifice.

hall for the Saturday night dance at
the Armory.
Christmas cards ordered through
the Women's League may be obtained
at Foster's Art,.store upon presenta-
tion of a duplicte order blank.
No checks will be accepted at the
Interchurch and Women's League baz-
aar.
Tickets for the dance tonight at Bar-
bour gymnasium may be obtained at
Wahr's and Graham's bookstores.
All money due from Panhellenic ball
tickets should be sentrto.Esther Sand-
berg at 602 Monroe street.
MICHIGAN UNDERGRADUATES
WILL GIVE HOLIDAY DANCE
Invitations have been issued to De-
troit undergraduates of the University
for the second annual Michigan under-
graduate dance which is to be held
on Wednesday, Dec. 19, in the ball
room of the Stevenson hotel in that
city. Admittance is not restricted to
these people however, and anyone de-
siring to attend the affair may secure
tickets at Graham's bookstore or at
Grinnell's in Detroit.
Music for the dance is to be furn-
ished by Bergen's orchestra. Admis
sion is $2.50.
Southern Women Prefer Service
Dr. Orie Latham Hatcher, founder
of the Southern Women's Education-
al Alliance, declares that according to
a recent survey southern girls prefer
helpful service to the world to bril-
liant business careers. "Teaching is!
first, social service second, among the
occupations which the recent gradu-
ates of six southern colleges have
taken up," she says. "Religious work
is fourth on the list, while nursing,
medicine, and home economics are
among the subjects which the girls
declare interest them particularly."

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