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'* TIIURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1924

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Plan Elaborate
. University
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400 adults at the University hospi
and South department by Miss Dc
othy Ketchem, director of the soc
service department of the hospit
the staff. and the Kings Dau'ght
circles of Ann Arbor.
Activities will start Sunday, wh
the Rotarians, according to custo
will take their gifts to the men p
'tients. On Monday a Christmas par
for the children both at tho Univers
hospital and the south departme
will be given. The program will
in charge of the hospital school a
"i r nclude two plays, "Why t
C 'ibmes Ring Out" and "The Rugg
Christmas Dinner.
A Christmas tree will be provid
and Santa Claus will have candy a
. refreshments for the children. Chri
wss carols willabe sung at the hosp
.11 Tuesday by a choir of boys led
Pey. ITlenrv Lewis. Mrs. T-arvey St(
flet is in charge of a party to be iv
at the maternity cottage on Tuesd
evening.
Big Christmas trees are to be ere
e-l in the wards on Tuesday. The
vial department state that, ma
tfees are yet needed and ur es an
one having a tree to call the soc
service department and a truck w
call for it. The decorating of th-
trees is in charge of Mrs. W. L. Ne
t-n who needs more helpers to tr
the trees.
Santa will make his rounds of t
hospital late Wednesday night. O
of the cusotms which is to be c
ried out is that of the nuir-es goi
through the hospital Christmas mor
Jng carrying lighted candles and sin
inz the Christmas carols.
The social service, department h
> een assi-ted by - various rrani
Lions in preparing for this Christin
'r'lbration. The student Y. W. C.
has dressed 150 dolls and made
number of scrap books. Many of t
women are going to assist in decor
inr the trees. King's Daughters fro
e1i over the state are contributi
]hrge boxes of gifts. The children
the hospital school are making gi

Program For SAR SEMESTER WARNING
Hospital Children
am wanting to give something for the
hospital Christmas, give money for a Twenty of the 146 warnings sent
na permanent gift in the children's ward out from the office of Dean Wilbur
i of the new hospital. Magazine sub- R. Humphreys have been received by
or- scriptions and books to be added to,
women in the literary college. Roe-
ial the hospital library are acceptable. ods fo the Deay offie also
al, Subscriptions to the Popular Mechan- ords from the Dean's office also show
ics are particularly in demand. :14 women on the probation list.
Patients who are well enough will Approximately 4.792 students are
be permitted to go home, but it is ex- enrolled in the literary college; of
en pected that 400 adults and 150 child- these 3.126 are men and 1,666 women.
m' ren will be taken care of by the so- The ration of enrollment is al.out
a- cial service department and King'sth rtnofnrlm tisaut
rty cial ervicles.a i three to one, but, in the case of warn-
ityDaughters circles.ings, the number sent to men far ex-
ent ceed the quota received by the women.
be Snith College Holds The proportion of warnings sent to
Lnd imen compared with those sent to wo-
he All Campus Party ien is more than seven to one since
les out of 146 warnings only 20 went to
women.
li Acc.? ing to Smith college women, j
md Christnmas ce ebrations at Smith are-- -
st- r ;rc ail-campus affairs than*would
it- be possible at Michigan. The night
by before going home is the time of theI
:of-
big celebration. A large tree in the
ay center of the campus is lighted and
the girls gather around this immed- Classs basketball practices will be
ct- iately after dinner for a carol sing- held today as follows: Four o'clock
so- ing procession.-f seniors; 4:40 o'clock, juniors; 5:20
ny The singing begins early in the eve- o'clock, sophomores.
y- ning and the lean, warden, doctor,
ial and other campus officials are all I The Y. W. C. A. Christmas *ork-
'ill serenaded in turn which is followed shop will be open between 2

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A song contest for Lantern Night
sponsored by the Woman's League is
open for competition to all freshmen,
sophomore, and junior women. Words
may be put to any popular, tune and
express the sentiments of the respec-j
five class. The songs are to be only
one verse in length, and must be
turned in by Jan. 10. The prize
songs will be used Lantern night.
The object of this contest is to get
the women together to sing, and also to
have them know the songs on Lan-
tern Night. The nature of the prizes
has not been revealed. Women in
these three classes will have an op-E
portunity to compose their song dur-
d ing the Christmas holidays. It is tra-
ditional for the seniors to sing the
same song every year.
Women To Attend
Fancy Dress Party
University women will again don'
fancy costumes for the Women's
League party which will take place
Saturday night, Jan. 17, in Barbour
gymnasium. Different arrangements
have been made for the competition
for the prizes this year. The houses
will be divided into three classes,
hose having from 4 to 9 womeh, 10 to
15, and 15 and more. Formerly the
houses having the largest number of
women were able to present better j
costumes. It is thought that this I
new arrangement will make compe-
tition more fair.
Three prizes will be awarded for
the funniest, prettiest, and the clever-
est individual costumes. No admission
will be charged for those in costumes.
but a 25 cent admission will be made
for spectators. Seats will be arrang-
ed in the balcony. Elizabeth Tomp-
kins, '26, is in charge of the party.
At the old college of William and
Mary, Williamburg, Va., at the.open-
ling of the present scholastic year,
history repeated itself when an Indian
girl, Miss Dubray, from the Rosebud
reservation df the Sioux Indians in
South Dakota came to study. A school
for the Indian youth of the colonies
was established at William and Mary

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Ted FabSicNO N Honorary Society Glee Club Sings
Trims NewGown Initiates Member Carols At Houses

College in the year 1732. Miss Du-
bray is young and attractive. She is
the great granddaughter of the Sioux R ead the
chief of Holy Walking.

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Trheta Sigma, honorary journalistic A bit of Christmas cheer was pro-
society, held a meeting at 4 o'clock I vided for the women living in dormi-
yesterday in room 207 University tories last night when the Fresh-
hall, Helen Ramsay, '26, was initiated man Girls' Glee club sang Christmas
into the society at this time. The carols. The club's custom of singing
initiation ceremony was followed by Chiistmas carols t t the various dor-
a business meeting during which mitories just before Christmas vaca-
plans were made for the next meet- ion is almost as old as the organiza-
ing which will be held at 8 o'clock ; tion itself.
Wednesday, Jan. 14, at the Alpha Chi, About 50 women serenaded Betsy
Omega house. The topic for discus- l Barbour, Helen Newberry, Adelia
sion at this meeting will be "Women Cheever, and Martha Cook houses last
as Feature Writers." nigh.t between 7:30 and 9 o'clock.
Miss Ramsay was elected to the, And as "God rest you merry gentle-
duties of treasurer which had former- j men" rang out clear into the air,
ly been in the hands of the secre- even the weather could not make one
tary, Regina Reichmann, '25. forget that Christmas day is only one
week away.

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by the long double line which arrives and 6 o'clock today. Women
at the house of the president. Here, are urged to come in and help, for
in one of the rooms at the front of there are several dolls that must be
the house is a, German representation completed.
of the scene of the nativity which
every one has a chance to see as he Any houses who have Christmas
passes down the hall from the front trees they are willing to give to the
door to the back. hospital should call the social service
Mrs. William A. Neilson, wife of department of the University hospital
President Neilson originated this cus- and they will be called for not before
tom which has now become practi- Friday.
cally 'a campus tradition.
Except for a vesper service held All women who are going to be hiI
the Sunday before leaving for home, Ann Arbor during vacation are re-
girls from. Goucher college say that quested to sign up at Newberry hall
Christmas celebrations there are al- before Friday noon.
most entirely individual house affairs.
Early in the last week freshman wo- Any house which has signed up for
men entertain the upperclassmen at the basketball tournament but has not
Christmas parties for which they sent the name of its athietic manager
make all the arrangements, while the to Miss Erley, should do so immediate-
last night, the freshmen are- sur- ly. A list of all the members of theI

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$5.50
Give a silk umbrella for Christ-
mas and you'll give something
any woman will be happy to
receive. Short, stubby ones,
with novel handles. Covers in
many shades.
(MAIN FLOOR)
G DEARtS
124 SOUTH MAIN

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A Frock that has a decidedly milit-f
ary appearance is shown today. Black
satin charmeuse was chosen to fash-
ion it and the bodice buttons from
waist to throat with black buttons
aand button holes bound with a light
shade in a military manner. The
sleeves are plain from shoulder elbow
where they blossom out into long,
loose cuffs of printed material.

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for their narents and decorations for priseu in tneir turn by the seniors
the' school room. who serenade them at midnight.
It has been suggested that those
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teams and their class must also
filed with Miss Erley at once.

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Mme. Pavlowa has sent a message
to the professional school of physical
edunation which reads as follows:
"Mme. Pavlowa will be pleasedI to
see your girls December 18 after the
performance on the stage at the Whit-
ney theatre."
Women who are interested in meet-
ing this eminent artist and who are
members of the professional school,
are requested to sign on the bulletin
board in Barbour gymnasium.
Women who owe money for apples
which they bought on Palmer field
during the hockey season should pay
it at the W. A. A. tea room in Bar-
bour gymnasium before the holidays.

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We Suggest
The most beautiful coats for children, 1-6 years in shades of
pink, blue, rose and tan. We have a guarantee with each coat
and hat outfit that they wash perfectly and defy detection.
An adorable gift for the family to give the dear granddaugh-
ter and niece.

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Candies.

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School of Dancing
Private lessons in aesthetic,
toe, ballet and modern ball-
room dancing.
JEANETTE KRUSZKA
JOHNSON
Studio Second Floor
Chubb House
PHONE 2022M

Choose a gift she'll like-a lovely silk umbrella
with novelty handle. In black, purple, red, green
or blue with fancy ribs. Priced $5.00 and up to
$12.50.

The genuine lamb's wool toys are in our window around the
Xmas tree. They, too, are washable and unbreakable.
Splendid slip-on sweaters for girls and boys, ages 8-16 years,
in gray, powder blue and tan combination, $4.50 to $5.75
talues.

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We mail and deliver all XMAS orders.
Leave your order with us before leav-
ing and we wjll take care of delivery.

The Delano Shop
4-NICKELS ARCADE

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Chiropodist Orthopedist
707 N. University Ave. Ph~one 265S2

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Cards
If you'll Buy them by the Box
YOU'LL SAVE
time, Patience and Honey
and you'll secure
Fresh Untouched Cards and
Special Service

A Note Direct
from Santa
EW EL RY
for Christmas
UST the gift appropriate-
for everyone. It is an easy
matter to decide in our shop
exactly what you want.
Our Selection is Complete
Come in Today
r A T A V

For the accomodation of University of Michigan Students, returning home Friday, De-
cember 19th account Christmas Vacation, THE ANN ARBOR RAILROAD will operate
a special train Leaving Ann Arbor at 11:40 A. M. (C. T.) arriving Toledo 2 :00 P. M. (E. T.)
protecting all Toledo connections.
This Train Will Handle Passengers ONLY for Toledo and points Beyond.
In order to protect Pere Marquette and Grand Trunk connections, a first section of train
No. 53 will be operated leaving Ann Arbor at 4:56 P. M. (C. T.) for Owosso, Michigan,
stopping at intermediate stations to discharge passengers.
REGULAR TRAIN SERVICE
(Southbound)
In addition to the above Special Service the following regular train service Ann
Arbor to Toledo will prevail:
Lv. Ann Arbor xI:4o A. M. (C. T.) 4:15 P. M. (C. T.)
Arr. Toledo 2: o P. M. (E. T.) 6:5o P. M. (E. T.)
(Northbound)
Northbound trains Nos. 51 and 53 leave Ann Arbor, S:io A. M. (C. T.) and 4:56 P. M.

THE ANN ARBOR RAILROAQ COMPANY
GENERAL PASSENGER DEPARTMENT
Special Train Service
Account Christmas Vacation

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