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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1924

I HE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Pre- Holiday Sale of Coats
Makes These Attractive Reductions

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LOCTOR SPEAKSON PLAN I CLL ORINFORMAL I
FAB AOR S LS PSHOTS OF WOM1EN 1
FOU L UU RII 1U 1 UU Uu A call has been sent out by the j
Michiganensian for informal ko-
ANN ARBOR TO HAVE SChOOL dak pictures showing the ac-
SIMILAR TO MERJILL tivities of women on the campus,1
PALMER particularly athletics. Theyf
should be brought to the Mich- I
Dr. Helen Wooley, assistant direc- Iganensian office as soon as pos-
tor of the Merrill-Palmer school in sirle.(
Detroit spoke to the nurse's division+
of the Faculty Woman's club yester-
day on the Merrill-Palmer school and s
the plans for the establishment of aT
similar one in Ann Arbor the first of
the year. OUTS SOP P1WAY IN IA l
"The purpose of the school," said UU lU IL i
Doctor Wooley, "is to serve as a lab-
oratory for young women. When the.
school was first planned a careful i24 JUNIORS CALLED RACK FOR.
hom-mk- [RE DETAILED
study of the whole field of home-mak-R T
ing was made to find in what it was t
weakest. The care of young children
seemed to be by far the weakest Second tryouts for the Junior Girls'
point." play will be held Jan. 8, 9, and 10,
The plan of the school, according according to the general chairman.I
to Doctor Wooley, comes from the Tbp 264 j'nior women who are to
English nursery school and is in the take part in these tryouts were se-
spirit of our day nurseries. It is lected by Miss Amy Loomis and the
planned for the training of young chairmen of the various play com-1
women in general not for specialists. I mittees, from those who took part in+
There are no vocational courses. Un- the first tryouts. These women will
dergraduate students are sent from ! receive notification cards before the
12 or 15 colleges in the United States Christmas holidays.
for one semester or less just for gen- Women who are called back for the
eral information. However, these stu- second tryouts should prepare a
dents receive full credit for work somewhat more complicated and fin-l
done, in the home institution. Grad- ishp dprforma~ne than that reent-

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V [Ii. l . DHL tI In Class basketball practices will be
held this week as follows: Thursday,
Ojuniors; 4:40 o'clock, sophomores;
5:20 o'clock, freshmen; 3:20 o'clock,
PROCEEDS AT '/SIvA!Friday, seniors; 3:50 o'clock, juniors.
DELTA (xAMMA TEA ROOM NETS
$100 MORE THAN LAST The Black Quill will 'hold a meet-
YEAR ing at 7:30 o'clock tonight in room
204, South Wing. Manuscripts will be
Total returns from the Women's ,ead and discussed.
League end Inter-Church bazaar
Members of the social service
which was held in Barbour gymnas- committee of the Y. W. C. A. are to1
ium Dec.. 5 and 6 are estimated at entertain all women who have assist-,
$1,500. The tea room netted $100 ed in any field of work connected
more than last year, according to Lil- with this department at a Christmas
Ilan Wetzel, '25, who was chairman. party at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow at.
The incoming receipts reached $350. Newberry hall.
This was the fourth annual Christ-
mas lazaar given by the Women's Senior society will hold its regular
League to raise money for the under- meeting at 7:30 o'clock Thursday at
raduatecot ributi' ti tho fd fn elen Newberry residence.

College women wear a coat so constantly and have
such need for a becoming wrap which will enfold
them stylishly that reductions in prices wrill mean that
it is possible to have a new one, now, to wear for a
"change"! Luxurious fabrics, deep fur trimmings
and lovely canton crepe linings in newest shades are
included in this pre-Holiday Selling.

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81_Ug ,Le nI itro e unu or
the University of Michigan Leaguef
building. Although the profits real-'
ized from the sale of articles alone!
did not come up to last year's mark,'
the net returns are estimated to be
about the same.
Dorothy Mac Farlane, '25, was gen-
eral chairman and Olive Mc Kay, '25,
had charge of the articles. Delta
Gamma house ran the tea room.
SOCIETY SELLS PENS
The activity of Senior society
during the remainder of thYe year will
be devoted to selling bamboo fountain
pens. These pens have glass points
and extra ones are available at the
Woman's League candy booth in Uni-
versity hall. Six dozen pens were
sold at the Woman's League and In-
ter-church bazaar, and $30 of the pro- !
ceeds were handed over to the Wo-
man's League.
Members of the Freshman Girla'
Glee club will sing Christmas carols
at all of the sorority houses and dor-
mitories next Wednesday evening.

Re ad the Want Ads;

Originally
Cr ginally
Criginally
Gi ginally
Originally
Originally1

to $39.50, now $29.75
to $55.00, now $39.75
to $75, now $52
to $100, now $79.50
to $125, now $100
to $165, now $122.50

Cn Formal
Opera-

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uate students come either to prepare ed at their first tryout so th
themselves to be nursery school as- committee may formulate a mo
sistants or to do scientific research. curate estimate of their abiliti
Speaking of the plan for Ihe estab- proximately 160 women will be
ishment of a similar school in Ann ed in the January tryouts.
Arbor, Doctor Wooley said that it
would be used primarily for graduate
research work at first with Dean Al- Portia To Debate
fred H. Lloyd in charge of plans. An Immigration
English woman of experience will act
as the first director.'--

at the
ore ac-
es. Ap-,
select-

At the Soph Prom-
Wear the formal that will be
distinctive for its very dainti-
miess and smartness, and let it
come fresh from our work-
room, bearing the mark of
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CHILDS LEAGUE ELECTS
OFFICERS AT MEETING

New members of Portia Literary so-
ciety will debate the question, "Re-
solved that the United States is justi-
fied in adopting the Japanese immi-
gration bill," at the regular meeting
of the society at 7:15 o'clock tomor-
row evening in the Literary building.
The affirmative team will be repre-

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Officers for the year were elected { sented Iy Miriam Selker, '28, Gene-
at a combined social and business vieve Goodman, '26, and Celistany I
meeting of the Child's Conservation Smith, '28, while the negative team
league which was held at 8 o'clock will consist of Susan Starke, '28, AdaI
Monday at the home of Mrs. C. H. Ely, '28, and Ruth Mary Paine, '27. A
Stuhrberg, 1612 Brooklyn avenue. decision is to be arrived at by a vote
They are as follows: Mrs. H. K. of the society, after which there will
Burch, president; Mrs. M. B. Sugden, be a general discussion of the ques
vice-president; Mrs. W. F. De Fries, tion by all members.
secretary; Mrs. H. C. Osler, treasurer;
and Mrs. T. I. Biddle, press reporter.
The social meeting which follow- t fi
ed the business meeting took the form
of a Christmas party. Inexpensive I The Ensian will glady receive
gifts of toys were exchanged, which any pictures taken this fall of
will be given to the children in the campus scenes, initiations, fall-
south department of the University I games, and other events of in-
hospital.I terest. Any expenses incurred j
will be met with.
HAVE YOU sITsSCIiRET YETt

A Gift from Goodyear 's Means More

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Women's handkerchiefs of
plain white or colored linen
with hand embroidered corners
are as dainty gifts as one can
choose. Other Christmas ker-
chiefs are 15c to $2.75.
MAIN FLOOR
G00IJYEAJRtS
124 SOUTH MAIN

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SPECIAL PRE-HOLIDAY SELLING OlF
SUITS AND OVERCOATS

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Seasonable
Hats on Sale
$4.95
A New Hat! What pleasure it
brings to the College Woman!
And this is an excellent oppor-
tunity to select one to wear
home for the Holidays. Hats of
velvet, satin and silk, early in
the season priced $5.95 to $8.00
are now selling at $4.95.

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Today's Gift Specials
Ever heard "her" boast of a "woman's
instinct?" Did you wonder what it was?
Hist! It's that which tells her to make
herself beautiful! Of course the most
direct route to her heart is the best, so
x why not go by way of the jewelry road?
Choker Necklaces, $1 Up
Wristlets, $1.25 Up
} Pendants, $5, $10
Beaded Bags, $2 Up
Beautiful little boxes are supplied and
your gift will be wrapped securely so as
to prevent accident and be ready for
mailing-or, if you prefer, we will mail
it for you. a

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H ERE is a very unusual opportunity to secure a fine suit or
overcoat for holiday dress up at a very unusual price for
the quality involved. These are garments that are regularly
sold from $55 to $65 and are splendid values at their original
prices.

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The suits are in new sack models and the latest interpreta-
tions of the English styles-all the popular pattern effects.
The overcoats are in box, ulster, ulsterette, Guard and other

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Your choice at $45.

Pre-Holiday Sale Makes
These Hats $7.50

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