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Ii VIE MICH IIGAN DAILY

PLAN VACTIONS FOR!
Plns for n aking 'bhristinasvv'.
tio. ( S1)cially i(leligh~tiul fol, forei-TI
women arun1der Nway, accOrilig to
AMiss G rac icad, sisatdeal
cif wo1IIC.1. It 11as l)COII the custom2
dui ng; pa.t years for ''owmn 1living ini
various prtsof the is~tcteto take the
frreigrn woflien into theiJr lho)1es dur -l
ing valcaItion, With thet ide1. of 1Uie-
p ,iinting theorn with !Americ an hotm e )
life.
Mr.F. IZ. ander Slice of 1,ansing,
is; reslponsible for the or'ig'inal idea.r
.'':c makes a rrangemci3ents for the wo--
ento visit in P(,[ oit, Battle (Cree.
i'orlt f lurn01, t LansingI 'halanu Co, aind
to. spend th ti):. at {Farm hotmes.
ho' <.ig;2i wom11e it V;"Ilil ug thlese
b ome (luing I11(1'vacaton~s will
no 4ThE aske d to spek. rheywill Tbe
enter' .taed and lloed (to rest. Ii
lioped~ to hake theoir holiday happier.
Foreign W 1ofii) in thIis instance
means rno;I(t only orieni al w'omien but
all those from foreign .tates.
Mliss lRic-hards reques,.. ts ll fre(in
wvomen wh'o areinter,1sted inre ,
pns to meat hei rar. 4 o?'clock, Tues-
day in the pacrlour of B~arbour gym-
FIRS T MEETfI NGE MO 0NDAYi
RI.'e ,CI, S 'swill inee1;for thle first
ime at o'clock Mvonday, .in lBarbour;
gynsuforasig'etto sec-
Stions <ad iimportant funlhineptai in-
s;tructionts ill rifleo shootin g. If, for;
any reasoni ,anyoewho has signed
11p fo riflpractice cannot be pinrs-t
cut a ,t that time, she should repiortc
for as;signmnt to a section rt 5 o'-4
clock, Mondaiy, without flail.
'V Wmen will lie xpc 1 ttel to work,
in pairs. ,a.indv;(lpeerne
will beoberedasfar as.:;)O ; ibl"C.
The ins ,truct ons will be give'n by
Captf . "I. rceof the IoR. 01 T. C.
and the practic es;viii be held ]Inl01)
330 of the o01(1 Eng-ineer rig building.
The numbe(r (of'women:twho have
sgfned lup for this s UOt is ithrcee tfi nes
andlice ('lildS eer e:pren

BLUE BIRD
~H A IR S H O P P E iAY3 1 1 N E 1
b L COE IiVI'5 Iramr~zat ic society will hold lltll1!IDIttElitttlll
l.; '61:1N _ 1 # a IUmeeting 1at 4o'clock rTuesd(ay at,.
WDKL~bII the Ganmna Phri Beta house. Initia- I . hmoinhi'resnE
, MichiganTIO ' lot loartoes t hamoongBaiveessna tiar in il h('held4then and the play
pualtswll iealrty at,8o'clock t-Icitoe" eseteo. IManicurnSapand Facial
(lay0tthS. acIf y Wolte'sMembers of the Needlework "M embers of the oultlaw hockey 2-.
memberwts cf Michig an Dames and Guild of America are requeusted 10to e<< ,ill have their final practice" at - ramns xetMreln
theij rtu;,oauds:, as well as other send their articles to their directors 4 o'clock Monday at Palmer field. I--
married students in the Univer- imditlya tefia adpulc l aeinie"'o oe o=IJtriltlIIIIflitiijiIIItlilIIItiiii
sit-y and their wives, are cor- r collection, whihch the directors attend, l omnaeinie t ol - o =
(ially invited. 1 the Christ mas workshop which will E
will take place today at h-arris ball,.eopnfomIt 5 'cokTusa Phone 3168 5 Nickels Arcade
_______________ IAll articles should be in pairs ems- ; Newb~erry hall. Ihel women are to~,.
actly alike, and the price mark, size jnmake scrap books, dress dolls and C " ttllIIIIIIIIIIII~ ititEtIIIII~IIltItttIJIijiii
Std n V oesand place of purchase should be left filCrsma tcigsfrpo
t a~~n them, in case a change of sze is children. Tea will he served. R h
I ip ayG w sIfl ne'cessary. 'Ihle need for infant's and ___
t 9 children's wear is being stressed this An organized bike for honor points I
h~~l f ~iC year, but all new articles of clothing1int .A..wllsatt8o'
and household linen are welcomed, in a .A .wl tr t80- ____________________
I ~ pe iex'n~n a~(l~iterioo ,Te rgaizaioxs vli(~ xviiclock e this Morning from lBarbour
'l'crs' ; .": ,:1 1emsm~e.s, alid the, garments are, as follows: Thei
s~olS a uiies xvU t e pJ~opiat 'University hospital, the Famnily Vvel-
f are bureau, the Public Hleal h Nurs- IA c tn.iet~ u or
wraps nI1d hats to wear with each lu soitoS.jspshs il of representatives of the women's
were di.,-played onl student mlodels be- ; the Old Ladies home, the Salvation League wi'll be held at 1t) o'clock to-
fore anl audienlce of more than 39ioarmy, the Michigan Children's h ome IdCay ill Barbour g ymnasiml. Presi-I 1
studenits and towns, people alt thle" society, end special cases. (ot falognzdhue r x
styl revew h'l~ ~'rter~~Iypected to be present.
nn )in l Sarah Casrlli1r ;11bal China's first newspaper for women Gil'lecubwl I
jY(Yunrt.nc1-1is Oetl d ry. BETTY
Ihe~~~~~~ h.t wasgi:n5uner'hlob(a.yunggirlaChn,(Tingthe
I pi(O8 of thre Womnen's League and in n.m..~.4.1 el~ nai
connllection with their wc'ily prty - - parllors of. Ba rlton gyimnasium. Duest
(\ pid. Pay for your Suboscription today. are aayale at. this thle.
II igh waist lines, low waistlines, i __________________________________b
fandl 11) xvist hus at all were shown.,_____-_______' '
Short sit are being worn in every ;;2:;.~
type of ress, and light hoSe with
afootwear continues to be the...,
mode. t
Sunpe, sraiht lnes rediniiate
wihpaeocsl.ionesflareo ple1ated
j; flie urn i t he bottom.flare ororplary
fromt inaountioubotthadesCofiovny
an tanonsiking csadot rs of
ordaetgreen, ing roasblue. oa
teria ,eforetena nd eoenin blwe.r Mn-o
clude pa)n velb ret, s;atinl, andl crepe',,je.
wit~h the ,satflin ilte forgrou ald. ,
Picture hats xwere (displayed but rl , ce s tt -o s hei s ay
Bl1ack satin, paten at, -andl dull kid were i-}
shown ill footwea,;r.z
A single strip of gold cloth down ;:
the (ront and foarmiing the tailored $ J3.50
collar was the only trimm1ning on an
effective bilack satin modecl for after- Distinctive aUtirnn gauntlets of i
noon wear. Another c-.Iprolpriate tea Irh egtcp r n________________________
gown was of henna satin with llan very ____ght____weight______cape____are____in_
,,; ron front gathered on at the waist- I rown, gray and ieaxver coloir-
lie ngs with cuf"i inscrts; in contrast-I
All of the gowvns wrere furnished by I in. snes Nx. mat
.Tacok soni's Y (,raIly-to--wear shop~, the tgsic'S .Sat
shoes by vialer'si shoe store, andl the ; lAIN bI 1,O00R
acces Dories by Slingleton's.0
rI'I iitl s ' : blich (dis-playedl theY"
"owiiswere irginlia Spain1, '26, , Rth O O Y E R
Msc) n.I.'5 lrne. rbt,'6 1 '4 JJITII MAIN
mo~5iiae eV 2, (..;trr.tt ed
D~on't(delay--Pary yourSubsc: riprtion
today.______________ -----.--

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Ameinrican Lady Girdles,
Corsets, -and Corsetletts

Also

Frenchily Dainty Lingerie. Every stitch hand made.
moedermte prices are a wonder.
EXQUISITE CORSET SHOP'

1 09 W. Liberty St.

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*TE SPATI FAMI17LY
50In->i
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LAST TIME TONIGHT

Matinee, 25C

Evening 35c

A B~a'int' 5s;

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ri1'fle tea, 1since znatural ab nilityv antd-
cont"'iultircic eIli ha ren I-
riesfr uce';int"swok
ry !]XI hia4on ns il'ta
11) 1 3 oi f ,t' t I ( '1" 15to l } r1 ollegial-e.-
", 1 (' 11G.'> r thThey'LiStartefrd A o ng the Love
,;' l (i ?i' l eC"> with 0other i ( .ti~ iq OS
nux -c Road on Wings, but Cme w
TUFTA JGM T MITTback in Wheelbarrows -
- ~AI YIS 11 EA---A T IAT,! E I)'N-~-i $d l 1 WOLOVERSt
Ntl;r n Ji,' r1' t Ol iRS !g Q W{l7 I ai O ~ ''ll I ' '' ~ 1 E W
A ~0~ ~I LU[ ~ - I lFtRM !j IEJAZZ L1 F. OF TIHE ('ITY. SO 11E Y WENT CAMP'ING
Theta'jnrymmi ti( - r
nl e Pres tuli ( I'11
n, t1.1; o CC i tutl .)m werI jt 1 1'\" Lw
1 1_ o he va
l," Icf1 1, s :.'{) o'cho; V In ay :"1 alt/ k tS QY
tile Ic 1h')~i lp1"a1Lotse icNw "MARY THE THIRD." by' RACHEL CROTHERS
members ilhhetit) 'lrn (o t thit3le LI TLE WA ~ER. ON THE SIDE/
ThetaSigi n s 0mu ooy to unior $ TE'-j LATE THAN NEVER*
or 'eni wx oi nwho 'aprofession- .
ally 1Ei'C 'inc ed in 1journ; li..n. TileO So- ON .hT HE AGE
tllvia 1'f>1 cr:'t TION WAI11NtGBACK AT THEIIIPIANO
Juir AvsoThe Supreme]Exponents
Ti ve Hallowe'en - Of Melody .
Party Tonight
(, )h o -' , . T;.3i i un mo 1i G k "
l 1 1 4 1 .l 'ily 'all t e d i s p l a y e d II
.'lll ( fresh en )lfl(' I an fi(l ci ern'I' -;,
Z )l)I' lass WII ol il. ' 1"' it-d to at--
tl ,1f1. --
Luill.e Cornell, '16, 1is3.1 charngeof -
]~ t1 rar, f~' , ivttion,'rCion - I= _ -4 i-
7. c C eica 2, E ma Lu he A Brand New Program
;1l1' v'rwil!nrf11,. ltheplay, "A r Diversified and Tuneful Rythm '-
1' Uit ir ofLntis ,V . ;;. Walkes.lr=I
Th't Clark:e, "'26 , a d l oren'l- ce eNd- . - hllll~elillllllptilaIl~llill~llllIll!1 liltl[i~lil R i<h 11 19ii f6Il f d il lllti =,
so,'25, vilpriipt nthe play. = OT A U RETVRNSMIDNVIT E J(UT
' tune telling will he one if ati inc of Main = 23;3(} ^
C,(, IHT_(,evening.Thom~nas' orchestrnaxwill - l ets~c'I(I~4NV.MNEOAELECTIONNIH'
lay for dancing. Play by !,;,1y, No innI i ootba ll Scorebeaud Ttt',dayNoveimber 4 " l
Th~e patronesses for the affair xiii ~ . 7;3() pcial Lce4!e Wire 1n Stage ',atsat.03 =

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Viola Dana
Lew Cody

Monte Blue
Edward Connelly

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Frank Currier
From Mabel Wagnalls's Bobk
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