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LEA6UE BAZAAR To IConsider Health
A BeforeDe rees
OPEN -SALE TODAY Advises Dr. Bellt
More senior and graduate women
than women of any other class of the,
l'uturistic Posters And CoMnations University have been breaking down
Of Bright Colored Paper in health this year, according to Dr.
Forms Decorations Margaret Bell, of the Health service
and physical education department.
HOLD MATINEE DANCE Dr. Bell attributes this to the fact
that so many women do not realize'
the value of simple health rules, but
Brilliant splashes of color in deco- consider that the attainment of a de-
rations and the display of a variety gree is the all-important thng in
of dainty and useful articles will their lives, Dr. Bell believes that wo-j
mark the opening of the annual Wo- men should lessen their work, even
men's league and Interchurch Christ- taking more time to get their degree
if their present system does not leave,,
mas bazaar in Barbour gymnasium to- time for a sufficient amount of health-
day. The sale of articles will start ful sleep and exercise.
at 1 o'clock and will close at 9 o'clock "If the women would only budget
tonight. They will be on sale all day tleir time, instead of sitting with
ttomorrow.i their noses in books all the time,
Decorations for the bazaar this year there would be fewer breakdowns,"
were designed by Margaret Barnum, said Dr. Bell. "It is better even to,
'26, and Eleanor Hawn, '26. They are take a little longer getting through
to be futuristic, made up of bright the University than to break down
shades of purple, green, peach and and have to drop out in the middle
yellow arranged so as to present odd of the year, perhaps ruining your
shapes. health for life."
As a form of amusement for the
guests there will be a matinee dance
given between 4 and 6 o'clock Satur-
hall. A good orchestra has been ob-
tained and the price for dancing will,
be five cents a dance. One of theIWOR D O F E
features of this dance will be the
group of Charleston dancers who will(
teach it to those who wish to learn Elizabeth Parrott T 'o Represent Michi-
the steps. gaun Womtien At 'ollegiate
The booths for the bazaar are to Conveniion
be decorated with yellow and blue
bunting. A novel booth this year willL
be the exhibition booth which will LEAGUE PAYS EXPENSES
contain all of the more prized articles
of the bazaar, some of which are: Elizabeth Parrott, '26, has been
lavendar satin dolls with white hair, chosen to represent Michigan womenj
georgette handkerchiefs of 1ll shades at the National Collegiate World court
with gold lace edge, organdie pillows - --no lDe11 and 12

AnUrn H ll Gray" columns are women's own par- of human intere"st are much better
A.A U.L.ITuIId1[ticular realm and as such are hand- handled by women than by men. The
M eetingAt Union led exclusively by women. Fashions old prejudice against having women
are one of the largest fields for op- inanewspaper office has been broken
Tportunities today, for the ever hang,down and (ied out with the old-time
InXernational relations committeecing styles make fashions hot news." type of editor and the typical news-
t ~of the American Association of IUni-( "More and more are editors begin-I paper office of a decade or two ago
;versity Women will hold their De- Martha Cook women will give an ning to realize that such news as that
F inale To Svimboliz The ( OiIMRI ( ceI(mber meeting and luncheon at the informal reception for members of the concerned with women's clubs and the Let The Daily sell it for you thin
Women To The Unliersity Union at 1 o'clock on M1onday. Prof. Varsity and Ohio State debating Y. W. C. A. and special feature stories the Classified columns.-Adv.
,f' Michigan IN. S. Katchas of the European his- teams immediately following the de- I
tory department will talk on the bate tonight. The guests will include
FO'R PEFORMANCES"American Opinion and the Near East." Dean Jean Ilamilton, Prof. T. C. True-
FSuggested reading for the lecture blood and Mrs. Trueblood, Prof. 0. N.
SdM___. .is as follows: J. A. R. Maricott's "The Hollister and Mrs. Hollister, Mr. and W A IT
Six acts and a finale, which will Eastern Question"; G. Young's "Na- Mrs. G. E. Densmore, and other mem-" ha em
include the entire cast, will be the tionalism and the War in the Near hers of the public speaking depart-The Smalet Lalp Shop
feature of the Sophomore circus to East"; F. Shevrill's "The Balkin Penin- ment. Invitations have also been ex-
be presented for the first time at 3:30 sula"; I. Bowman's "The New World"; tended to the feur literary societies in the W orld
o'clock today in Sarah Caswell Angell Ed Pears' "Turkey and Its People"; on campus, Portia, Athena, Alpha Nu1
hall. The first act will be in the na- E. House's "What Really Happened and Adelphi, as well as to members Will Open
aire of a ballet dance featuring two' in Paris." s of Delta Sigma Rho. 12-7-25
horses and one pony. Next will come Reservations for this luncheon are 1 .J
the tumbling act with 20 trained to be made by calling Mrs. J. F. Bour-
acrobats who will perform stunts such quin at 9524. WVOIM EN GIVEN 621 East Liberty St.
as forming pyramids and intricate OPPUR TUNITIES
cent ipeodes. G e!lu ln
Act III will be the chariot race and Gkee Club Plans IN JOURNALISM
a Greek pantomime. Natural danc Chriszmas CarolsI1
ing will be the feature of this dance
and about 30 women will appear. The - "Any woman who will take news-
clown act will feature 20 clowns who Members of the Freshman Girls' paper work as a serious business1
will go among the audience led by a Glee club are now fully organized proposition will make as great a sue-
special clown who will be on the under the direction of Eunice North- cess of it as a man, but there is one
stage. This will be followed by an rup, and are devoting themselves to one type of woman for
elaborate Spanish dance and fencing.j practicing carols and learning college and onlyowhom
Nine women are in this act. songs. It is expected that the wo- there is no room in the field of jour
The last act will include the train- men of the glee club will act as a alism and that is the "vamp", the
ed animals. The animals will 1be put nucleus for teaching Michigan songs woman who is more interested in the
through their tricks by a ringmaster to other women of the class of 29, men in the office than in her busi-
and will be assisted by an 18 piece and that better singing will result. ess, said Mr. Howard P. Jones, of
band which is a take-off on the Michi- It has become an established tra- the jourialism department, in a re-
gan band. lition that each year just before the cent interview. Mr. Jones has come l
The finale will include the entire Christmas vacation the Freshman here this year as instructor in jour-
cast and will symbolize the coming Girls' Glee club sings carols in front nalism from the position of managing "
of women to the University of Michi- of all the women's dormitories and editor of the Evansville Indiana Press.
gan. This symbolization will be ac- the Health service. This year will Mr. Jones believes that the field of
complished through the scene of the he no exception and plans for carol- newspaper work for women is a wide
action which will be the walls of ing are already being arranged. and ever increasing one. The spec-
Jericho. These walls will be stormed t ialized columns such as society and
and will fall through the efforts ofI DAMASCUS.-Members of the con- the "Beatrice Fairfax' or 'Cynthia
one lone woman who will be contend- sular corps here notified the nationals
ing against three men. of their respective countries Tuesday
Tihe performances will begin are that it might be necessary for thej?
3:30 and 8 o'clock on Friday and 11 French again to bombard certain just see how nicely your
and 2:30 o'clock on Saturday. I quarters of the city.
PEKIN.-Gen. Wu Kwang-hlsin has Waste paper has been converted hair will look and feel
resigned as minister of war, into new paper for three centuries with a Special Hot-Oil


and crepe de chine
shades. Parchment
lamp shields will b
this booth displayed
electric fixtures to
when lighted.
The same plan ofc
ing carried out in th
turistic posters of Fr
form the main part
tions and the whole
have the atmospher
cafe. The posters w
architects ball last
of the other decorat
contributed by the ar
The church women
will conduct bake sal
a very excellent dis
at booths in the gymi
mission to the gymnar
Senior society will
booth at the bazaar w
ings will be sold for
a pair while the ligh
will be sold for $1.85
and Company has p
hundred pairs and t
the profits will go to

scarfs in pastel ! c f c et'jU LU a" 4
and georgette in Princeton, N. J. All expenses are
e a specialty of to be paid by the Women's league.
by the use of Miss Parrott will leave for Prince-
show the effect on next Thursday night. Between
decoration is be- now and then she will consult pro-
e tea room. Fu-! fessors on the subject and will put I
ench design will in a number of hours of study so thatI
of these decora- she may get as many points of view1
tea room will
e of a French as possible.
ere used at the Eight hundred universities and col-
year, and many leges have been asked to send dele-,
tions have been gates to this conference and Michi-
chitects. gan was asked to send two under-I
of Ann Arbor graduate students, one to represent
es and will have the men and the other to represent+
play of articles the women.
nasium also. Ad- The purpose of the session is to
sium is 10 cents. crystallize student opinion of the
also conduct a' countiry on the World court and to
vhere silk stock- inaugurate an organization whose pur-
$1.50 and $1.85 pose will be the formation of en-
ter chiffon hose lightened student opinion on all ques-
p and $2. Mack tions of national and international im-
irovided several portance. John Greci Hibbon of
en per cent of! Princeton university has indorsed the
the league. conference.

Friday and Saturday!
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