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_Y, \0O-'-EMBER:I 8, 19 24

HE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y

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INNOUNCE UOMMITTEES
FOR LEAGUEBAZAA

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cellr 'or Trained IADANHTAarticles and novelties for sale at
W ome Tole c'N h nulWmnS League bazaar inyi
1 hI~~V~IUarbour gymnasium Dec. 5 and 6
I iiiiuuiiavie been assigned by a regular coin-
[NE IIFGI i '~ymnst ic a W rk I N N T a Hse ofHOG K[H iav ne terc to
______mittee instead1 of being handled by
l~c'i ie 1: s orth eacer 'L- he demand in the UnitedI house choice; as last year.
gJOs so much greater than the ma Phi Beta by asoeo 3-2, inth{Tis mrtteunrtedrcio
Y''ntl of .,' C~igwi"il ien who U UIiy ;1tere is rat prese :nt a great fourth round game of the interhou'se of Olive, Mcljay, '25, includes: Louise 1
Roers lie, IrienetFielde'a7,beingnmad
by ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~1 th oicfsAhei ssca ~ r scientifically trakined teach-i hockey tournament which was played ,obrt, 6ren ild 2, rne
[co~igyesterday. The game was a fast one K ieed, '27, Caroline Paul], '27,
11f i ha nrri ,J ete e 1.(~]hscleducation, a odn andl resulted in a tie of 1-1mattePrnsPrrh,'7 adElabh
cewlb h .A .l'e j oPo.It. Louise Patterson, who (2,i of te fist haf.Ii~ur sell, '27. Every dormitory, soror-
:t;Ioil ate lwada of the f ertOf~lc anin vi-Stars on the winning team were jiyt lause and league house is making
I tio oal enbr o h;t;. .a sho of lyi(:Al educati this Elsa Oh'macher, '25, ceniter ha] fbatckteecr ds all of which are ap-
ot. i'aUWh il e inj i):u:= antl Margare t hays, '25, center for- prhopraite for Christmas gifts, and do-
. 10ay Nv 15, 1 mO;:bll,('se1''"A i t( thlime of the W\orld War,"' ward, wh ile particular skill on the nating them to the bazaar. Things
toh 0( tI'mrh I ji~ - ~ AisPa tterson, "the nation!I Canm, a1-11)1 Beta team was disptayed m ttust b1,e in on or haefore Nov. 21., whenI
tely ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ '':1 a:t i gm.raiz~ il shock what a greazt by Mary Stewart, '25, left inside, andI they will 1}e placed, in the andacs of
Al oe vi is oOclttisne b 'wsfor this ;port of work. Helen Recece, '27, center forward. th akfgcmite.AieHcs
ilt~tii shuald ig urote.ealy30stte now have laws re- The next game of the series will b~e 27, is in charge of the marking, and1
7l~iGO <<tchl beI) td n .~~~irinig ;some sort of physical educa- at 4 o'clock, Monday, when Kappa crtthLhr(Ouftteasen
bultnbad01Broi ynsutioni in the p~ublic schools, and mno t 1Kappa Cainma will meet the outlaw:, s. atitnga lineon~ the prices of things
todyan Mndy.of these were passed since 1917." -- fh'ri the deis~rtmaent stores, and is
____"Th' e lnormiial schools which trained i S planning to mark most of th-e articles
tecir o hysical education came 3 mp on c ej e }a 1li 11(ebelow the average so that pur- ofligael tl T odC r aeIc1r5 s a ulcrano etn
FiIJIYT V 61 . he i (tsdde deand. The result was i Ibran Margaret D~ow, '27, Mae Kel-
°a n a n narMuanrn t it'.h1In the first place, many tun-, ,a2. '27,
WI UD I~i1~tf~ ~ ~iied r porlytranedteaher Symphonic league of the School of w as sting her.
W2Oaloedt fl te1)9'iis Music will hold a candy sale Tues. The tea room will also be managedj
'cn1hy, the large universities clay at the School of Music for the somewhat differently than last year,
11.enliuct ry.o'ic 7fr junior and colleges were confronted with bei t o jte Stanley scholarship in that all pilaces will be reserved l
vini~ il1; 1,1(-1lo od ern- tlhe problemIa of establishing profes-Ifn to which the league contributesj for meals and tickets sold beforehand.
bernx uedy t the Ala Phi sionlal courses in physical education,. every year. Lillian Wetzel, '25, is in generalf
ho% yenn vhs241rmles The professional school at Michigan Jean Patterson, S. of M,, was ap- charge, while those working in co-
I ufof i1e tmembers wevre chtosen- was established three years ago. It pointed general chairman at a meet- operation with her are as follows:
l~u~ spingandthecthe-r half: this nowv has an enrollmnent of 46 women. ing of the board held Wednesday eve- Publicity, Kathryn Pierce, '26, tick-;
fal hr r sal ewe 0Another indication that the school is~ ning at the home of Mrs. Byri Fox' ets, Esther Trout, '26; properties,
an 0 ebes stabllishing its reputation is found Pacher. Assisting members of thel\Margaret Effinger, '26. and Ruthj
The purposz.e of ite organization is in thie fact the 12 or 15 letters per, committee include Fern Hail, S. of M,, Kahn, '27; finance, Ainn Seeley, '26;

All junior women who have not
paid their Junior Girls' play and jun-
ior adlvisor 'fee, please bring it to the
candly booth in University hall be-
tween 1:30 and 3 o'clock today.
The Christmas workshop of the Y.
W. C. A. will be open from 2 to 5 1
o'clock every Tuesday, Wednesday,)
and Thursday afternoons from nowl
until Christmas vacation. Tea will be
served.
FIATRONIZE DAILY ADVERTISERS

Millinery at Modest ]Prices

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Is known for the excellent quality(
Sthe foods it serves. It -is known fc
Sthe high' class service it, gives. An
I in reserve, there is a refinement Nwhic'
Sis attractive and desirable.
"It's in the place where you eat."

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to further=ithec interests of the junior we~ ek" asking about the Michigan+ Charlotte Lunt, '26, Helen I3lahnik, ! dining r4
las. Meeting;s are held at 7:30 trained teachers are being received I S. of M., Gertrude Friedrick, S. of M.,; kitchen, T
Clock-],on) the firstf'Wed!nesday of: by the staff of the professional school. i Alice adrah '24, Helen Lara- ! costumes
pit it aMus srori~y "Mh th founatiM:anderbisalh,
lah mo taahe v ri u s r riy " t h o n ai n hc s f r ay, '27, Lalah Van Sickle, S. of M ., Luncheon
hoss hsya' xctv on ihd by medical and scientific and Lucile Bellan'iy. '25. s :erved on
jaile cnsst of PesdetMarga- couries in other colleges of the Uni- 1__

oom, IM.iriam Wetzel,
Margaret D~ixon, '25;
Ruth MacDonald,
itea., and dinner will
b oth Friday and Saturda;

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VAN BOVEN, CRESS &
THOMPSON
State St. and S. University

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x'~ fine,'6 sertary-treasurerr, versity, and the excellent facilities I ________________________________
Eli~aeth c~owll, 26: oroh g-, for all kinds of special training in
him '6;Euio ';e '6; a-L. athletic work, there is no reason why
rctato ,.! fciansol otb eae C- the field of professional physical edu-}j
Ilootb 'iacarmne '2, nd is cation."
for~~~~" E Lixi Pe lj.,toatenctena- Or. lPaul, Nov. 7.--The 'first general T E
tinlco n;cno \otror so- ,now of theo season was reporte*d over
ciety. the nor7t%1,::t today. 330 Maynard St., Opposite Nickels Arc-de
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MICHGANMUSC lefore or Af ter the G~rame
For ui e studeInI
to ILCCO0r7tO send home CiknDne audy5O.80
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AlirendngerMusc Shp -The New American Lady,
Phone 1692 305 Maynard
a a p e s"Exelo" rubber, reducing; gr-
at the low est price, $5.50.EX U S T "_R r T Hr
iE utreceive; the new wrap-.around slip in black jle'wl ae efc
and tan silk;. The w ide lapping of the back sections mnakes =1049 West Liberty Street
I ie opening r from 1 :zq 'o 'wvais line invisible, xwhile giving I

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Learn How to Make a', ress

in One, Hour

By arrangement with the Woman's Institute of Domestic
Arts and Sciences, Scranton, Pa., the largest school of
dressmaking in the world, wk, are presenting, next week,
Tuesday, November 11, at 3 P. M , a demo nstration of
the famous One Hour Dress.
Free, Demonstration, Lectuire and Flash-
ion Show of One Hour Dresses
At each of these demonstrations a lovely frock will be cut out and completely made-ready
to put on--within an hour. Miss Ethylie Boomer makes the dress, while Miss Rena Schmidt
explains, step by step, just how she does it. In addition, several versions 'of the One,'Hour
Dr"ess are exhibited on. a living model during Cie, demonstration. Miss Schmidt explains just
how each different effect is obtained. Remember, the One Hour Dress is not one particular
type of dress-it is a method of making, applicable to an infinite variety of styles.
Have a Sgart Dress in,60 utes
-Free Directions for Mkng
The sketch shows one of the many types of frocks made
by the One Hour Dress Method - -- a method that anyv
woman can learn by attending one of the demon stra-
tions. To give you the full benefit of this method, an

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Michigan Wo ecn Are
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of Jacobson's

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opening in

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That saves a thousand trips to the kitchen-
No hurrying back and forth from the kitchen.
TIxe' ARMSTRONG Table Stove fries,
boils, toasts and broils.; It bakes waffles, too.
Breakfast or dinner, luncheon or late supper
canl be pr1ep.ared right at the table. It is made
of hihly polished nickle with heat chamber
finshed in, durable white enamel, all in keep-
n with the daintiest 'table setting. Ask to see
the

early part of 01- h v r ?e have
realized more and more a greater
patronage from the wornen of Mich-
igan. Surely this spirit is an increase
in good will and satisfaction. Of
course our aim is to widen this scope
of influence by quality merchandise
and good service.

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attractive book explaining, step by step, how to. make 17 different
versions of the One Hour Dress will be given free of charge to
every woman purchasing material fo a dress in our piece-goods
section this week.
For the one Hour Dress Pictured
These Attractive Materials
Are,.'Suggested
Bengaline
Crepe Faille
Canton Crepe
Corkscrew Crepe
4 Flannel
Charmeuse
Challie
Poiret Twill
Charmeen
Plaid Taffeta
Velvet

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