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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1924

I HE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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Recepton Honors party will be held at the home of Mrs. Women Organ zeithe
\A e . O.. O a Clement Moody, 1000 E" Washington O e m mthis elect
A&Assistant Dean avenue. New Fencing Class I l-
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jAbout 300 guests attended the for- More than 30 women signed up for F Ee
mal reception given in honor Of MiSS instruction in encingfollowing the l
W omn(Violinist Grac Richards, new assistant to the ncin en cin icd U a
to h Mss , N TIC S fencing (eiionstration wich wasj Sut
[SINMA1E Pi -N ELIINIC WoSaDe Vo linist3RN NUUI'JC PRIROIESSES dean of women, Tuesday evening at sd nStunts ;
I nge O f By Betsy Barbour house. The guests in- given at 4 oclock yesterday mnBa
cluded the members of the faculty ----- our gymnasium, b Evelyn Smith, for te l
KinL PRDCEDrwRy mnd their wives, directors of the dor- Class basketball practices will be '23. and Norman Benham. '26E the facul
mitories, students and friends. Miss held this week as follows: 4 o'clock, Two classes in fencing have been departume
b Jeanette Perry, social oIirector of Bet- toda sophomores 4:40, fresh- formed, one meeting at 4 o'clock, bori gy
committee at the monthly meeting of .eannyer, '27, chairman of the fo- sy Barbour, acted as hostes. men, 5:20, seniors, 3:20, Friday, Jun- Mondays and Wednesdays, in the cor- games c
hlowing patronesses for the Freshman rIrective room of Barbour gymnasiun, arangeme
Pan-Hellenic Tuesday afternoon at the the other at 4 o'clock Tuesdays and B. Louise
Spread which will be held Saturday !Mihigan Damies Tusas
Delta Zeta house estimated the pro- rs. h n R d Ef tgr, Mrs. Workers for the Anh Arbor Michi- Thursdays. The instruction will be
ceeds from the Pan-Hellenic ball to Wilbur R. Humphreys, MissGrace Hear Edmund E. Day gan League campaign are to return given by Miss Smith. Honor points HAVE
;e approximately $'57. This amount IRichards, Mrs. George W. Patterson, cards and pledges to team captains
ll gointth$WeMrs. Marcus L. Ward Miss Ethel Mc- e ,a by today of this week. Pledges and
will go into the Womans League k AfedH( yd"Ms The Womans Budget was the sub- -cards for both the spring and the fall
fund Cormick, Mrs. Alfred H. Lloyd, Mrs. ject discussed by Dean Edmund Day, fr
AHugh Cabot, and Mrs. Emil Lorch of the School ot Biusines Ans are due.
1 A report from the committee on thle.The grand march will begin at 9
revision of the constitution was made,o'clock and favors will be given out tiation at the last meeting of Mc aia- The doorschedulecommittee for the
and pln were discussed concerning ~a hs ~ Brorgmaimwl gan DaeedTeda vnna bazaar will meet at 4 o'clock today
nd ssgIs the Faculty Women's club. in room 227 at Martha Cook build-
the Christmas party and the custom be decorated in maize and blue as for Professor Day spoke of the budget i
of each sorority to clothe two or three vi the Woman's League bazaar. Due to which did not concern money, but
children at Christmas time. It wasrthehibazaarnotconernnotey be
was":;s the fact that tebza ilntb
de ed that.histmasthm ne, w'asovh eunttudat i thedeo- . dealt rather with the budgetting of The brides' section of the Faculty
decided that this year the money, .v.a, over until SBaturday evening, the deco- He suggested that Women's club will meet from 3 to 6
which generally amountsto approxi- rations for that occasion will be left lih an mg r'mab
;. ch woman nigl.1 budget her time' o'clock tomorrow at the club house
mately $16, will be given to the moth- ;,..{: 4 * : up. Serving tables will be placed in or the whole year, setting for her- to have a tea and sewing party.
;:.ers to purchase necessary articles the halls of the gymnasium. self some objective to he accomplish-
for the whole family, the buying to ed. There will be an important meeting
be supervised by women in the soror-T Tuesday, Dec. 16, was the date hos- of the violin group of the Student
Ity. Elizabeth Woodward, '26, wasIT U Fe for the Christmas party to be League at 4 o'clock today in the School
chairman of the meeting. given by the Michigan Dames. The of Music-
PAPR SALE TO BENEFIT nme PAY IaSMAL GRUPSI Imported

A. A. will be awarded for
ive work.
lty Stunts
atured At Party
given by the faculty were a
f the party which was given
hysical education majors by
ty of the physical education
mt. Tuesday night in Bar-
mnasium. Refreshments and
ompleted the program. The
nts were in charge of Prof.
Patterson.
YOU SUBSCRIBED YETI

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SYTIT' ICK CHILDREN

Nearly 10 tons of paper have been
collected by the members of the KingsI
Daughter's circle of Ann Arbor for
their paper sale, the proceeds of
which Will go to help pay the salaries
of the two part time teachers main-
tained by the Kings Daughter's so-
ciety at tTe hospital school for
crippled and sick children both at
the University hospital and the South
department. The amount collected is
half of the total goal which is ex-
pected to net $1,000.
Collections will continue to be
made Friday and Saturday of each
week throughout the month of Decem-
ber, the paper sale to take place in
January. The recording secretary ofI
the University hospital circle of Kings
Daughters reports that a large num-
ber of responses have been made by
people of the University and hopes
that these generous responses will be
continued. Contributors are asked to
tie bundles of magazines, place them
on their porches, and notify one of
the following who will have them
collected: Mrs. John Mc Greggor,
1331-R; Mrs. Mary E. Buffington,
3414; Mrs: J. J. ,KeiTy, 2403; Mrs. W.
D. Mc Lain, 2563-W. Those who call-
ed last week ai d whose magazines
were not called for are requested to
call the above numbers again and the
magazines will be collected this week.,
All current magazines collected will
be sent direct to the hospital school,
' while the older magazines will go to
k make up the carload to be sold in
'P January.
The various Kings Daughter's cir-
cles of Ann Arbor are making plans
J for Christmas at the hopsital school
when they expect to entertain 150
children and 400 adults.
PI LAMBDA THETA MEETS
Pi Lambda Theta held its regular
F meeting at 8 o'clock Tuesday in the
library of Martha Cook building.
Plans for a Christmas party to be
held jointly with the Woman's Educa-
tion club and to take the place of the
next regular meeting, Dec. 17, were
discussed. .
Women workers in the textile in-
dustry in England outnumber the
men.
Bucharest, Dec. 3.-A British naval
officer is making arrangements for
landings here for the England-India
5 air service.
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An American citizen has just been More than 75 junior women report-
ed for the tryouts for the Junior
decorated by the King of Norway efirls thplayrwhich openetdyes erday
with the Royal Service Medal, the1and will be continued from 3 to 5
first American to receive such an o'clock today and tomorrow. Because
honor. Not only that, but the citizen of the large number it was necessary
so decorated was a woman. Mme. to ask some of the women to return
Maia Bang, who was formerly a Nor- today.
wegian, but who has become an Contrary to the custom of former
American citizen and is a violinist of years, no spectators are admitted to
note, is the person so honored. the tryouts, not even juniors; the wo-
Mme. Bang came to this country six men trying out are admitted inI
years ago and won instant fame as a groups of five and are judged only
violinist. She says it would have by Miss Amy Loomis, director, and
taken her a much longer time to have the chairman of the junior play com-
attained the same success in her na- mittees.
tive country and that the United According to Miss Loomis the pres-1
States is the mecca of Norwegians. ent tryouts are for the purpose of
Mme. Bflng lives in New York city. selecting all the possibilities and finalI
tryouts of the group chosen will be
Members of Portia Literary society held in January.
who expect to attend the Public Sorority pins must not be worn to
Speaking banquet tonight are request- the tryouts, and no one will be allow-
ed to meet at 5:45 o'clock in the ed to try out who has not paid her
corridor of the Literary building and play tax of $1.
go in a group to the Union, where the
banquet will be held. There will be The University Girls' Glee club will
no regular meeting of the society this assist at Prof. Earl V. Moore's lec-
week due to this banquet. ture on Christmas music, Dec. 17.
They will sing illustrations of the
READ THE 191, gANi DAILY high points in Professor Moore's talk.

Dolls that walk and talk.
Everything in clothes for the tiny tot.
Lasting and satisfactory toys, that wash new again.
Animals in real lamb's wool-washable.
Novelties that will please the dainty little sister.
Our specialty for Christmas time -The Famblee Doll; a
whole family of dolls in one. A very small child can
effect a change from a dimpled, white baby to a vampish
little Indian maid or smiling clown doll. Three, four
and seven head sets.
Sweaters.
Hats and bonnets.
Overalls in chambray and denim, 2-6 years.
Pillow tops, for boudoir or baby pillows.

Wool Hosiery

At this time of the year noth-
ing is more comfortable or
smart than a pair of fashion-
able all-wool hose. We have
a complete imported stock,
mostly in the jacquard pattern
in varied colors and shades, at
$3.50
and
$3.95

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A Gift from Goodyear's Means More
Y OUNG brother and sister
will be thrilled to receive
at Christmas time toys that
have come all the way from
Ann Arbor. There's every-
thing here in our big new Toy-
land.

School of Dancing
Private lessons in aesthetic,
toe, ballet and modern ball-
room dancing.

JEANETTE KRUSZKA
JOHNSON
Studio Second Floor
Chubb House
PHONE 2022 XI

DOWNSTAIRS
GOOD YEAR'S
124 SOUTH MAIN

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