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January 27, 1925 - Image 5

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R1 Dean Myers tis. Shre Smith. Mrs.
MABIACOOK T 11 10 EMA S[~DER1 IAT90LES ells Bennett, Mrs. Robert Howell. I
I~fflf {{ 1Mrs. James Breake, Mrs. . 13. Phil-
srnrROA Mrs . 0. Davis Ms. Leslie'CI AOST9 NWFR W U V ieMs .W icMsd
i 11 IRAt[ Dfl1bL EA viAISIIP dip,'CICG'
M~lE Tikela, Mrs.T ia Dik, Mssn
a -Frances Gill, Mrs. Ralph Curtiss, Mrs.I _______ra tio
A valentine tea -bridge party for the IReservations for the annual bridged Thomas Reid, Mrs. David Cowie, Mrs. Kodak BLIxttr clui
benefit of the Women's League will be; and mah Jong party to be given Feb.; T. E. Rankin, and Mrs. G. M. Ehlers.
given between 2 :80 and 5 o'clock Sat- 11t by the A. A. U, WX. for the members; HOTEL ---
urlday, February 14 at the Martha' andl friends, maiy be made by callingsI All women interested in working at;
Cook building. Sixty per cent of the the following hostesses who have open- at the Women's League candy 1)0thlH " /,\
5Q tables will be put on sale by the ed their homes, or Ms. Orlan Boston: in University hal should call DorothyhoesT-oil'uriILX i S
' )orCuni frte egu oueMrs .L.Aas Ms hoI~ri 3230, as soon as possible.
and dormitories, and the remaining Klingman, Miss Mabel Van Kleek, Mrs.
'orty per cent will be sold to the, E. C. Goddard, Mrs. William Blair, The music section of the Faculty1 AND ANNEX
~orority houses. The Ann Arbor stu-,Mrls. W. D. Henderson, Mrs. Max Wink-, Women's club will meet. at 8 'coick AFj iue ro nvri~o
dents will take charge of the refresh- ier, Mrs. Alexander Ruthven, Mrs. tonight, at the clubhouse.A evMntsFoUiertyf
ments which will be served by theChcgGy.Dd
' aarhaarthwo en Te Cookee li11o911en. ThellllllltlCollllmitteelitllillChicagolii Gym.1111111IL
or the tea-bridge includle: Ethel Sch-;= -r
ioeder, '25, Florence McComb; ,'25=B A SE E ZR bI~6t N NV K I
nd Mry Wite,'28.how 4
-- JUST IN-Beautiful new Brassieres of Satins, Silks and Basketball fans will like the atmosphere
f fr e d i e s a d g o ch e wh c pr-dN e l S L a e ,f r e e i g w a .vails here. T he ideal place to m eet your ka
In ClgD nig-iRVN HSW E -pigSye nBnls friends for lunch before, or dinner after-
--_ Girdles. Lovely materals, especially suited to dancing Y, ward! Special rates. Overnight accom-
iClassifcaton for the required work and athjetics. Iid tosaalbe vr esnbe
lphysical education will be made at KNICKERNICK BLOOMERS-Light shades in Gloverodinsailbe-vyraoal.
the same time and place as the regular;Sl-tekndoe ie wt erdnc rck.Iitmg from 8 p.im. to 1It. mn
° acdemic classification. No one who!Siktekn e'kswhhrdacfok.-
ase enrolled in a regular class the cCome i Reservtdationse -opdac. kdie wl
Sirst semester may change. her hour nane=itd eor heJHp aceM'ake NOeserheatiodns wil
~wtotperm~ission from one of the c-
.,Beginnigng classes in clogging have T eS o ________ h o tsW
1 esen added to the program as follows:: benefit,fo this Ic
for freshmen, 2 o'clock, Mondays and 303 Sou.th Main Street R, d Al Va i , 111 a oltjns sweet helps teet,
Wednesdays, for sophomores, 1:15 =.i Y.'LI lL~1A%-~ -
S.o'clock, Tuesdays and Thursdays.Mil11111111111111111tillIIIIIitIII Ifl llE 111111I11111,
since the number who may take-clog- Children lovei
Slimited, all women who prefer this, South.
work a4e advised to enroll as soon as
_____ _______ orVailleni~- ' YBLU.k-7)It/ S tore Main St.Dcosad-e
, eralcomiisio. ia1',cel__________________________-g m ce n h
atls hnrti irsProf. E. A. Wood, of the sociology -t1 stairti t - - __- ''' nutrition. Also, ti
department, will speak on "Some Ele charge. ntiin
inents of an Immigration Policy," at ro coleting, no delivering !--"
the luncheon sponsored by the inter- * An cgovand digified way of i '1".Jo t"'fao De s ".1 )Nthngesea
g' yo reft r u hcle , . e V I !national relationship committee of the aning n Duty or alo u x 1' - r ot )' n b nefit and pies
A. A. U. WV. at 1 o'clock Monday, Feb.,* .
v9, at the Michigan Union. The list
be obtained by calling Mrs. E. D.I 1 u sd y mrn n t eSow1a
Dlickrinson. s al1
____________salbegin an important afte
selling of 200 New Spring
+ wt~u. +i lDrect from our resident buyer in New York
W e S at n h ewMt S le , in (Cantons Green, Pow der ]lue,
]Flat Crpes Wavy, Tn, Cocoa,,
j eo ' " oret. Twill's Blonde, Cranberry, Lip-
sI";! 4 'auniiel s.(Cooper
lascifla1:hng ilTheir New 11 aeils and ~ ilTrmnhIg,50solimany anzsoeutSh~iful.
1. ,1 ! tha youwillmarv l hat they can be sold for only ...... ............. o
$ f=10.50 _
Warmsweaers hat ake=
ar $10.50s attmder
124 SOUTH MAIN ______________
_ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ __-'

6. co, "
y; Attend Our __AFnasi
S"r e - Yu re('rda/3/Inpled to"* fromi All Pats
* I "k and Blo;4ndeverFormal Opening Exhibit.

I meet you at the door!
RIGLEY'S ! Yes, joy and
long " lasting, 'inexpensive
appetite and digestion.
and' all the time. they're
t:does them.
entists say that chewing
teeth and aids tooth
hiat, it helps digestion.
5 cents means so much
!r every me.al!
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7. ^ '71w
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