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THE MICHIGAN DAILY _

bino"-Yon, will be sung by Miss Mary
Ross, general secretary of the Uni-
versity Y. W. C. A., following which
,Dorothy, Jeffrey, '24, will give a read-
ing. Tthe program will be completed
with carols.
Pi Lambda Theta will hold a regular_
business meeting at 7.30 o'clock to-G
knight in the library on the second A N I[ CHDUE FOB I
floor at Martha Cook dormitory. The UL UIILULL ii
meeting will be a short one because of
the concert in Hill auditorium, but it TOlh flhIV
is important that all members be pre-
sent.
INTER-HOUSE GAMES TO START
Frances Ames, '23, will be at the DIMMEI)IATELY AFTER
Polly Little Tea shoppe to take orders HOLIDAYS

for Himmelhoch's store, Detroit, to-
day.
Freshman Girls' Glee club will-have'
a .rehearsal of Christmas carols at 5
o'clock today in the middle parlor,
of Barbour gymnasium..
Pi Lambda Theta will meet at 7:30
o'clock tonight at Martha Cook derm-
itory. The meeting will be a short
one because of the concert in Hill au-
ditorium, but it is important that all
members be present.
The Girls' Mandolin club will meet
at 5. o'clock tomorrow in Newberry
hall.
Symphonic league of the School of
Music 'will giverits annual Christmas
party tonight. Supper will be served
at 5:30 o'clock and a Christmas tree
and entertainment will follow.
Carols To Be Sung
At Vesper Service
Christmas Carols will form a chief,
part of the vesper serices to be held
at 5 o'clock today in the south parlor
of Newberry hall. Every woman inter-
ested in participating in a Christmas
service is invited to attend.
The program will open with the-
singing of a number of favorite. car-
ols, after which Ruth Rankin, '26, will
lead devotions. A solo, "Gesu Bam-
School of Dancing

House athletic managers drew for
opponents in the interhouse basket-
ball tournament yesterday. The fol-
lowing schedule is the result of the
drawing:
Dormitories
Betsy Barbour vs. Martha Cook.
Alumnae vs. Helen Newberry.
Sororities
Pi Beta Phi vs. Pi Kappa.
Detla Zeta vs. Kappa Kappa.Gamma.
Delta Gamma vs. Chi Omega.
Gamma Phi Beta vs. Theta Phi Al-
pha.
Zeta Tau Alpha vs. Kappa Alpha
Theta.
Alpha Gamma Delta vs. Phi Sigma
Sigma.
Adelia Cheever house, in the dorm-
itory league, and Delta Delta Delta
and Alpha Omicron Pi, in the sorority
,group, drew "bys."
Several houses were signed up on
the bulletin board in Barbour gymnas-
ium but were not represented at the
meeting of athletic managers yester-I
day. For this reason they have been!
given no place in the above schedule.
The games will be started immediately
after the holidays.

College Women Have Chance In
Potics, Mrs. Marks Believes
"College women have a wonderful take her part in the administration of
opportunity in the field of politics," government."
Sstates Mrs. Barnett E. Marks, of Pheo-IIt is a mistaken idea, Mrs. Marks be-;
nix Ariz., associate member from Ar- I ieves, that women are in politics only
to take care of womien's legislation.;
izona of the Republican national com- The machinery of government is en-;
larged housekeeping-it all eventually
touches the home. "One has no right
to criticize the men who mate the laws
# unless one is willing to take a part in
making the laws and electing nen and
women who are competent to enforce
them."
If the women of the West take a
greater interest in politics than those
of the East, it is, perhaps because suf-
;frage and acts favorable to women
have been more willingly granted than
elsewhere, Mrs. Marks states. "Ari-
zona is one of the leading states in re-
r spect to the progressive legislation
which has been passed."
Mrs. Marks is attending the meeting
of the Republican national committee
today in Washington. She will be the
guest of President Calvin 0. Coolidge
and Mrs. Coolidge at luncheon today
at the White House.
:r
Miss Bader to Address Women
M1rs. arnett Marks.Miss Edith Bader, superintendent of
__r_.____________rks _the elementary schools of Ann Arbor,
will speak on "Literature for Children
mittee, and a member of the Arizona of Pre-school Age" at the meeting of
state legislature, who was the guest of the day nursery section. of the Faculty
her son, Harold Marks, '26, over the Women's club to be held at 3 o'clockI
.today in the clubhouse, 226 South In-
weekend.
"They have the broadest outlook and gsret.aTh chi srtywdlring
interest in community work, and un- the meeting
like many who .go into politics, are
rarely actuated by selfish motives,"
thei elieves. "The housewife is by no Explosion Casualties Few

fare bureau to all organizations and E
clubs who are planning on giving do-
nations for Christmas in order that
there may be no duplications. The
bureau has planned with the families
as to what the children need and want
and hope to strengthen family ties by
having the Christmas spent happily
at home. Cash donations are a great-
er help than food in this work of the
Family Welfare bureau.
AT THE THEATRES
Screen-Today
Arcade-"In Search of a Thrill",
I featuring Viola Dana.I
Majestic-"The Bad Man".
Wuerth-"The White Rose" with
Mae Marsh.
Orpheum-"The Spoilers".
j Stage-Tis Week.
Whitney-Saturday, Dec. 15, j
"Blossom Time", the Franz j
Schubert Operetta.
Whitney-Sunday, Dec. 16, "The
Covered Wagon." Motion pie-
ture.
Garrick (Detroit) -- "The Cat
and the Canary."
/ e
Damon-
"Hey, there! Aren't you a friend
of mine?"
Pythias-
"I certainly am. I'd do anything
in the world for you. Yes, aiy~
thing!t"
Damon-
"All right-prove it! Give me back
that Eldorado peneil you borrowed
last night."
PUP 'NS w

SBURE AU WILL AID' ]The fraternities and sororities are
CH IS M SaIlsobeingadvised as to the needs and
S CH RISTMAS GIIER desires of the children they are enter-)
- tining at their annual Christmas par-
tiAid is offered by the Family Wel- ts

A'Iter College
What?
STEADYprogress to a responsibletosition
in the business world-or a ong period
of training at minor workbefore you are
fitted for an cxecutive role?
To help you succeed more quickly the Bab-
son Institute offers an intensive one-.year
training course in practical business.
From actual experience the fundamental
principles of business are made clear. By
positive examples, the student is shown how
to apply these principles in the conduct of
revery day commercial affairs.
Write for Booklet
Send for booklet "Training for Business
Leadership." Describes the courses in detail
and gives complete information about the
facilities of Babson Institute and shows how
men are trained for executive roles. Write
today. No obligation.
[Educatio~nal
Babson Institute
318 Washington Ave.
" Babson Park. (S .0) Mass.

Have a
D'ime
in Your
jeans
This Morning
to Buy a Copy of
The Michigan
MONGREL.
Skandel!
Noos!
Racey Storees!
All for
But
Ten Cents!
On the Campus
By the Campus
For the Campus

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It's true efficiency to use
Classifieds.-Adv

Daily

means disbarred from active service
in the community. On the contrary,
the woman who is accustomed to the
economy of planning is competent to

Bukarest, Dec. 11.-An explosion at
Fort Ruden, in the suburbs, Saturday
now is said to have caused only a few
casualties, mostly among the soldiers.

Al

Patronize The Daily Advertisers.,

Talk It Over At Home
A Christmas Vacation Suggestion To Seniors
HIS is your last year in college. This is your
last Christmas vacation.
Your career after graduation is a question
that you will want to talk over with the folks
at home. They will be even more interested than
you are. Now is the time to do it.
The John Hancock has in its field organization
producers who began as life insurance men immedi-
ately after graduation and have made a conspicuous
success of it.
Why waste time trying out something else which
looks 'just as good" and then come into the life
insurance work to compete with the man who got
into the game from the start?
Talk it over at home and remember that you can
get information and helpful advice by addressing
Agency Department
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS
Sixty-oneyears in business. Now insuring One Billion, Seven Hundred
Million Dollars in policies on,3,250,000 lives

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' -at GOODYEAR'S

124 SOUTH MAIN

Private lessons for beginners in
modern ballroom dancing.
JEANETTE
KRUSZKA
JOHNSON
Studio'2nd Floor Chubb House.
Phone 2022-M

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OUR FUNNIEST SHIOW
LAST TIMES TODAY
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Take Them Goodyear Toys

for Christmas

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The Robin Hood of the Desert

They 'I be happier by far

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Your little brothers and sisters will experience un-
deniable thrills when you tell them their toys have
been brought all the way from Ann Arbor. Here are
some of the things thev'll like.

HOLBR OOK BL NN
LAUGH YOURSELF HOARSE!
THRILL TILL YOU CHILL!
HERE'S THE SHOW OF SHOWS!

ON

THE ST4GE

S The
smartly cut
overcoat

Jriction Toys
$2 to 2.50
Sturdy sedans, coupes,
sport cars and service
trucks. Brightly col-
ored. Equipped with
rubber 'tires.
Erector Sets
$1 to 12
It's surprising the num-
ber of bridges, build-
ings, etc., that can be
constructed with an
Erector set.

Mechanical
Toys, $1 -.$1.75
Toonerville wTrolley,
Dancing Sailors, Pow-
eisful Katrinka, Trac-
tors, Ajax the Acrobat
and iny others.
Lovely Dolls
$1.75 to $10
Every size imaginable.
Brunettes and blondes.
Many say, "Mama!"
and a number of them.
can even walk.
TOYLAND-BASEMENT

lec. Trains
$50 to $25
There's nothing that
boys like better. These
are complete. Extra
pieces can be added as
desired.
Cedar Chests
$3.75 to $5
Every doll that has
much of a wardrobe
needs a cedar chest.
Some of these are hand-
somiely brass bound.

OA IP A R A "BL El!
No One Ever More Richly Deerving Such a 1cr'ptlon.
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You'll find it in the Society
Brand Robinhood. A me-
dium weight single-breasted
overcoat, with patch pockets
and a slight flare to the skirt.
it's smart because it's cor-
erectly cut. And that's also
why it's popular.
Wadham's & Co.'
State Street Main Street

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Is An Offering That Beggars Description
Not to Hear Them Is Missing an ARTISTIC Presentation of Modern Music
I IF Y OU DON'T SEE THIS ONE. BETTER STOP GOING TO SHOWS

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