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T :ESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1924

tHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Woman's Club
Entertain

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Today:

SOr Al WORKERS TO BE
MNIMEDTHURSDAYI
Women who have done volunteer
teaching at the hospital occupational
therapy work or those who have

Hospital Children
To Be Visited
By Santa Claus;
Contributions of Christmas trees
and other holiday decorations from
all organize houses will be appre-
ciatedl by the Social Service depart-

BUSINESS WOMEN TO
GIVE DINNER TONIGHT
Mlembers and guests of the Ann
Arbor Business and Professional Wo-
men's club will hold a dinner and re-

Members of the Woman's club will
relax from their regular form of meet-
ing and entertain at a Christmasj
party at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon at
Lane hall. Mrs. Josephine Cleveland,
chairman of the hospitality commit-
tee, is in charge of the party. Home
and gay Christmas decorations will
be used to create an informal atmos-
phere. All members having Christ-
mas sewing are requested to bring it.
SSinging of Christmas carols will, be

M ummers To Play iMumers dramatic society: Dorothy
Pudrith, '26, Geneveive Goodman, '26,
N O TICES;At League Party Rowena Benson, '25, Dorothy Sessions,
N O TICES, t3 125, and Virginia Cronin, '25. The play
All women on the campus are in- i is an absurdity in one act. Its set-
vited to attend the party which will beiting is in a restuarant in an English
-given by the Women's League, fromnIItown. It belongs to a group of Eng-
All unsold tickets for the movie of 4 to 6 o'clock Friday, in Barbour gym- ish middle-class comedies. Florence
the University Girls' Glee club must nasium. Nelson, '25, is directing the play.
be turned in to Esther Mahaffy by l A play entitled "The Crimson! Following the play, an orchestra
today.if they are not, their value Cocoanut," by Ian hay, will be pre- will furnish music for dancing, and
will be deducted from the profits of sented by the following members of refreshments will be served.
the club.1-

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helped at the Christmas workshop., ment of the University hospital, ac- ception at 6:30 o'clock tonight at the led
heldby Mrs. Bryl Fox Bachver. Mrs.
will be entertained at a party given by cording to Miss Dorothy Ketcham, Memorial Church of Christ.rm e Ferne Parsons Layton, associate pro-
the social service department of the director, who stated that last year National and state officers from D essor at Muskingum college, will pre-
Y. W. C. A. at 7:30 o'clock Thursday fmiore than 75 trees and many decora- troit will be the honor guests and will sent a scene from "As You Like It.
in Newberry hall: This is tire first tions such as wreaths were received. include: Mrs. Lena Lake Forest, hon- Miss Helen Rose is included among
party to be given by this department The large size of the wards makes a orary national president of the nation- the soloists for the affair.
of the Y. W. C. A. this year and sev- great number necessary. al federation of business and profes- Hostesses for the Christmas party
-eral more will be planned, according As many children as possible are sional women's clubs, Mrs. Georgia consist of the past presidents of the
to Esther Anderson, '25, chairman of sent home for Christmas, but there Emery, life member of the state club. They are: Mrs. A. W. Stalker,
the committee. are always a large number who be- board, Miss Marion H. Mc Clench, Mrs. Joseph L. Markley, Mrs. F. N.
The committee in charge is as fol- cause of distance or other reasons president of the state federation of Ward, Mrs. Norman Wood, Mrs. L. A.
lows: Esther Anderson, '25, chair- are obliged to remain. It is not only business and professional women's ''ownley, Mrs. Jennie Keech, Mrs.I
man; Anna Arnold, '27, Helen Ed- for the children, but for the adults as clubs. Other guests will be a delega- Omar Harrison, Miss Fandira Crock-I
wards, '27, Virginia Summers, '25, well that festivities are planned. tion from the torch club of Ypsilanti er and Miss Grace Carlton.
Marian Griffin, '25, Ruth Kahn, '27. Home responsibilities and memories l and newly elected members of the lo-
Lucie McDermott, '26, Elizabeth Stone, make th'a occasion even harder for cal business club.
'26, Jessica Megaw, '25, Katherine them, Miss Ketcham says. This year Miss Kathryn Tuomy, president of N ursery Section
Wilcox, '26, Lida Thatcher, '25, and it is planned to give each of the wo- the Ann Arbor Women's Business and T A
Nelle Gratton, '2i men a warm bed jacket, probably the Professional club, will act as toast- 0o O en Acivities
first Christn:as present ever received mistress. The honor guests will be --
by many of them. the main speakers at the banquet. Activities of the nursery section of
[ uIrrn H Santa Claus will make his first I the Faculty Women's club will open
call on the chldren on the Monday one planning to make such a gift tele- with a lecture at 3 o'clock today in
E before Christmas, when the annual phone the department for suggestions. the auditorium of the University high
ERCIN ROME UGHTIN Christmas party will be givenle.Hwill If those houses who wish to give 1 school by Dr. Helen Woolley. Dr.
call again on Christmas eve and orb their trees to the hospital will call \Woolley will speak on the Merrill
each of these occasions it is planned the Social Service department, a truck Palmer school of Detroit. A unit o
Miss kfelen A. Smith, 20E, of the to have some small toy for each will 1w sent for it Friday, Dec. 19 this school, which is for children of
Rochester Gas and Electric corpora- child, ijpre-school age, is soon to be estab-
tion, Rochester, New York, will give The department will be grateful The regular meeting of the Univer- i lished in Ann Arbor.
tn illustrated lecture on "Artistic for gifts which may be used through- sity Girls' Glee club will be held at 4:30 All parents and teachers are cord-
Lighting for the home" at 8 o'clock out the year for the children's amuse- o'clock Tuesday, in room 305, School ially invited to attend the lecture.
Friday in the auditorium of the Edi- ment. Miss Ketcham urges that any- of Music.

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Class basketball practices will be
held this week as follows: Four o'-
clock, today sophomores; 4:40 o'-
clock, freshmen; 5:20 o'clock, sen-
iors; 4 o'clock, Thursday, juniors;
4:40 o'clock, sophomores; 5:20 o'clock,:
freshmen; 3:20 o'clock, Friday, sen-1
iors; 3:50 o'clock, juniors.
Mortarboard will meet at 7:30 o'clock
today at the Kappa Delta house.
Masques dramatic society will meet
at 4 o'clock today in Barbour gym-
nasium.
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All house athletic managers must
send a..list of the women on their
teams and their class numbers to!
Miss Elsie Erley immediately.
Elective dancing classes meet at 3
o'clock Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Women who can work at the W. A.
A. tea tabl'e any time between 1 and
6 o'clock any day should call Mary
Stewart 2629-M in the evening.
The cabinet of the Y. W. C. A. will
meet at 4:15 o'clock today in New-
berry hall.
Students who have signed for work
in fencing should report to their as-
signed section Monday or Tuesday.

A Gift from
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Goodyear's Means fore
$3.50
Give swagger wool hose for
Christmas! These, imported
from England, are in novel
checks, plaids, mixtures and
plain colors. Warm. Service-
able. Smart! Others, $1.25
to $4.
MAIN FLOOR
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son Service building in Detroit. The
lecture is being given by the Michi-
gan chapter of the Illuminating En-
gineering society through the courtesy
of th,4 Rochester Gas and Electric
corporation in which she holds the of-1
fice of Illumiinating Engineer.
Miss Smith is the first woman with
a tedinical background to enter the
field of home lighting. She is the only
woran who has received her degree
in electric: I engileering in this Uni-
versify. Deciding to enter 1h1i field
in her last year, she did as much
special work as possible in prepara-
tion as the curriculum could provide.
Immediately after graduat ion she
was employed by the Edison Lamp
Works for the General Electric com-
pany at Harrison, N. J. While there
she prepared, in collaboration witlh
Mr. A. L. Powell, compilations of ma-
terial on the subject of residence
lighting.
Her methods in the field Lave at-
tract ed attention widely on account of
their originality and effec iveness.
Tea Rokn Opened
In Barbour Gym

'ay'your iDaiy susriion.

SLEEP ANYWHERE, BUJT
EAT AT REX'S 4
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 Arbor 5t-eet
. _ *e-- State and Packard 'Cie
6 S WHITNEY WEDNESDAY [VENIN
O NEWCATERLAST TIME HERE
Cn dieHETARCADE I R E
' ~S. uok
that meet IAN
the universal demand -
SBE TSY 0ROS.S y
IN THE ARCADE fS
HIIIEY ARE ALWAYS RIGIIT
Maria -1 dory
organizabion and
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IIIN I lllll1 ll lll lll11101{______iitll-liil.lifil1111t1t#8 In a Superb Three Part Program
Comprising the Two
Beautiful and Popular Ballets
"COPPELIA'
In One Act, Music by Delibes
'SN OWFLAKES"
In One Act
Music by Tschaikowski
Ste of Nine Divertissenents
PaoI owa in "Swan," "Serenade,"
Rmm sjSian Dance and Others
Prices $3.30, $2.75, $1.65
wail Orders Now
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Members of the Women's Athletic
association have opened a tea room
on th'e stair landing of Barbour gym-
nasiuni to satisfy the craving for re-
freshments by wonien after gymnas-
ium classes or exhausting blue books..
Here a lunch of tea, wafers, and
mints for 10 cents, and sandwiches
for an additional 10 cents may be ob-
tained.
Mary Stewart, '25, who is in charge
of the tea table, reports an excellent
patronage yesterday, which was the
opening day.
The tea room will be open from 2
to 5:30 o'clock every day except Sat-
urday and Sunday during the indoor
season, and will be run on somewhat
the same plan as the League booth
in University hall.
Athena To Have
Mock Contest

"What a difference
just a few cents make !"

FATIA

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Athena's program for their regu-
lar meeting at 7:15 o'clock tonight in
the Literary building will consist of
a mock extempore contest. Marguer-
ite Dutton, '26, is in charge of the
program,
The subjects will be assigned to the
following woinen upon their entrancef
to the clubroom: Geraldine Knight,
'26, Margaret Hodgson, '27, Marie
Von Osenbruggen, '26, Laura Osgood,}
'28, and Ithnar Coffman, '28. Judges
for the contest will include Charlotte
1larrison, '25, Ellen Nylund, '27L, and
Margaret Nichols, '27.
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The kiddies will meet you at the door!
Oh, joy -it's WRIGLEY'S! Yes, joy and
benefit, for this long -lasting, inexpensive
sweet helps teeth, appetite and digestion.
Children love it and all the time they're
getting the good it does them.
Doctors and dentists say that chewing
gum cleans the teeth and aids tooth
nutrition. Also, that it helps digestion.
Nothing else at 5 cents means so much
in benefit and pleasure.
So we say
after everiy meal!

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Women have to be especially careful about the
selection of a laundry. Their work, on the
most part is of such delicate nature that. it
requires the utmost care.
The trust placed in the Varsity by a great
number of women is an indication that the
Varsity are able to come up to the qualifications
that Women place on a laundry.
PHONE 2076 OR 2077
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Boxed Rusteraft
Gifts

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