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fTUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1925

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T 1UULIUIIIIUIIII W ill TCeach II ( HRiIISPhRPSPrfl clogging ini the Junior Girls' pay hldfrom 4 to 6 o'clock Tuesdays topcrlyugetoSlpf adT rsysmybtknfrrg-
(404."~// . lrleK:t x n S R V1 -' l i a r ymnastium 'lcredit, and xwil in-
Step ~ ~ L ~I~I[ ~ I ~ hld a o'lockTuesays nd I ltu des- hl(Cilntrution in skating, sking,
II [T All the world is(Charleston i) 11.la tmnnn o oentbggnn, nwsoigrdnghk
0u:,i I~ou henubloilt 10 __a lrgsnn, ii-
In Atlanta City timr floors of severalluadotorg es According
dane als avegienwa unerfi('Sports anddln'ng c lasse c h " m x ho hae signed u, the most pp- o his RthFigge, of the physical
Dliciigan Women Will1 Be Represented energetic step of the Char'1leston andare being organized thh;i: week at Lar- t ouandertlntwh wilc-
At Pr inceeton Conference Ol inNe Yr'"cNe '1 aybrn *s'onfour gy nnshimare ele'ctive and1 (if- iwne pr, wihhas already ;duct the course, the class will meet
Ifl d ourt b een illed to cap city Yi nhi tcw(0ev1- T ueena andih ursd y tor ngapacingtcasstu rnihtgndaw aytoevery -T I'uesdayorsesnf r Tiursday duringti~
Wol %utdcIngcassngtaddyt a s inlcussfralUiem many .appira ts. TI;' class, to lbe the winter, in any sort of weather.
fy te dsireof he eite AnnAr-mn who wish to pti'ipate in them.,1
COMMITTEE TO CHOOSE I bor's chance is coning now. owi ng to the denandl amng- the tlt(, fD~
At the Women's league and Jut er- women o the 1Uivrity for a class H~[~ {IAi
church bazaar which is to be, held held later in the day than the rc gu-
Michigan women are to be repre- ,in Barbour gymnasium ol Friday andi lar gymnnasiumt classes, n optona,1:
sentd a th Naiona ColegateSaturday, special Charlestoners are, class in gymnastics and apparatus{
World. conference to be held Dec. 11 to be in the employ of the commnittee work has been chduted for 5 oc~loekG odW i
hsand 12 in Princeton, 1vew Jersey. for teaching aill of tihe most intricate! Tuesdays and Thursdays. W1omen mnaywadeid cnil whnt,
Thi ws ecde reenlywhn hesteps. Muriel lrier, '28, Virginia1 sig up for the cass on the post i'
board f directors of the Women's Piltt, '29, Gladys Eastcott, '20, 1'aIo the bulletini bardin iPar b'oarY
leage tici Dot~er '2, EizaethKenndy, gynasum.As defined by U. -S. Suprcme Court.
poitedandto pay her expenses for I'27, and Isabelle Smith, '26 will form, Junior women who wish to try out!
ttrip.MisJa Hamilton, dea the corps of teachers. The school" --dspsiioi
ofwomen, Normnaa icknell,'26, dond 1will be held on Saturday from 4 to 6 teaLtrr oit eti~a "Good will is thedipsto of a pease
Elizabeth' Parrot, '26, were named as o'clock in the afternoon and from 7 7:15 o'clock today in ten -01,1; customer to return to the place where he
the committee to select the repre- to 9 o'clock at i ght. hey guarantee,10fl. has been well treated."
sent ate. Ito turn out professional Caleto-, iaror('vmwim':
The Princeton student council which ers within a linited space of time.~ Outdoor sports caswllctat
is sponsoring the conference has in-iFaue snt wll b 4 o'clock today. wl etVehv evd1/ihgnadhrsu
vited two undergraduate students; throughout the. course of the bazaar.! Board of Representatives will meet detIo 8yas
from Michigan, one to represent the rA: occktdy During the serving at luncheon andl atn4:30oo'clockatoday
men and the other to represent the: inrtm gopo oe Il
women. Eight hundred universities) ntertain with musical numrbers. . Neberry Hall Inspect our stocks fo r Christmas
and colleges have been asked to send AmlaFhhrt 26 ajreEe- Social service committee will meet iss
delegates. John Greci' Hibben of; ett, '2,PylsJhno,'7 ai t 4 o'clock today.
Princeton university has indorsed the Sommuerfield, 27, Mary Lou Miller, 26, World fellowship coitee will
conference.I and Mina Miller, '27, will put ol these meet at 4 o'clock today.
The purpose of the session 'as stat-i specialties. -
ed in the letter of invitation is to Members of the Symphonic league °cl ns-F i D uCo F
crystallize student opinion of the en- N f Ti R° are holding a bazaar today at the;C l i s-F et h r D u o
tire country on the World court with '-' School of 'Music for the beneft of 3-)epeinale Stoes-3
the subsequent presentation of a roe- 1£the league. All women of the School
lution to President Calvin Coolidge. -11kellancous of Music are urged to attend. Corner 11a s and South nlersity
Also to inaugurate a permanent or-1 Univesity Girls' Gleea club meeting "2g ~ottl111att Coner tateandT' akar
ganization of which the purpose will1 at 4:30 o'clock today at School of Germany is the only Europan
be the formation of enlightened and'Music. Ion~trv where women are not seen' )Ve haie srrt'n d iiii'au SIudets for thiry Years.
militant student opinion on aIr ques-~ Portia Literary society tryouts for driving cars. Fj
tions of natiodal and international1 Portia-Athena debate at 7 :15 o'clock- - - -'
mportce. today, in Portia rooms.£ PAY Y0,1 UB(' Zh ( 1 CAN) SOAS

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JERSEY AND FLANNEL DRESSES

Just 109 plain and fur trimmed coats
of deep pile fabrics, or napped materi-
als, in the colorings best this season.
With large, soft fur collars of quality
pelts.
REDUCED TO .........

Attractive jersey and

flannel dresses

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appropriate for business, street or school
weair. A vast assortment of the sea-
son's best at an astounding low price.
REDUCED TO .........

$ Aga.00

125 OT

A NOT HER LOT OF JERSEY AND

FLANNEL

D"RESSES

This group includes some of our better
selections in fabrics and pelts. 1High
grade workmanship combined with ex-
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modes.
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fashionable modes; with details of trim-
mInng that are pleasing to every woman.
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14 m75

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SILK AND WCOOL DRESSES

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sive coats being sacrificed at a price
far below that which they were origi-
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