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SUNDAY, I EXEMBER 13, 1925

STHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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PASEANT TO REVIVE
OLD YULE CUSTOMS
All Woimen Invited To Cbristinas
Party To Be Given By The Y. W.
Wednesday Afternoon
EXHIBIT WORKMANSHIP
Christmas customs of old signifying
various festivities will be portrayed in
the pageant which is to be given at
the Christmas frolic from 4 to 5:30
o'clock Wednesday afternoon at New-
berry hall. It is to be conducted by
the members of the Y. W. C. A., but
everyone who attends will participate
in it, and all women on campus are
invited.
Piano and violin will furnish the
Christmas music at the party. A pag-'
eant which will bring all of the old
customs back to life will be the main
feature of the program.
Marguerite Dutton, '26, as the spirit
of Christmas will enter and tell first
of the lighting of the candles, at which
time the women with . candles will
place them in the windows and light
them. The custom of the hanging of
the green, started by the Druids will
be treated next. Three Yule logs will
be brought in by several of the women
as Miss Dutton tells of them, and a
fire will be started. After the blaze
is started, Priscella Reichert as the
Spirit of Ancient Fun will enter and
start the festivities.
One of the Y. W. C. A. committees
will next tell of the benefits of the
organization through the presentation
of a radio skit. A final revel led by
the spirit of ancient fun will end by
the gathering of all present around a
wassail Bowl. Mrs. L. I. Bredvold
will assist' in this.
Dolls and scrap books from the
Christmas workshop will bekonwdis-
play at the party. The work which,
has been done during the last two'
months is practically completed. Doris
Glines '26 is chairman of the program,!
and is assisted by Arlene Unsworth,
'28, Alice Porter, '26, Jesamine Grey,
'26, Margaret Peppler '26, and Pau-
line Bridgeman, '27.

Observation W ork I DofT r ill GIV
Done By Students I0JQIES WILL
In State Schools~ PARIE FO CHLDE
Prof. C. O. Davis of the School of Brilliantly lighted Christmas trees,1
Education, has completed the recordsl
of the students who will take observa- holly wreaths, toys and goodies of all
tion work and practice teaching in descriptions will be features of the
various cities of the state during the childrens' parties at the various so-
next semoester Seventy students have ; nity hmiis:n nrn t vfok

Tuesday Last Day
For Play Tryouts
Only one more opportunity will be
offered to the junior women to tryout
for the Junior Girls' play. The play
committee has decided that Tuesday
afternoon will end the first group of!
tryouts. To date 172 women have
tried out for the play and already a
number of names have been selected I
to be called back- for the second try-

outs which will take place on Jan. G.
Those who have been planning on
appearing before the committee and
director the last day of tryouts must
change their plans and present them-
selves between the hours of 3:45 and
6 o'clock Tuesday as it is their very
last opportunity.
Katherine Buxehrer, '27, chairman
of the music committee is the accom-
panist at the rehearsals and is called
upon to render anything from popu-
lar music to semi-sentimental bal-
lads like "Old Black Joe".

ucntc :aa.:s~a , ccu y ~aacat.: u~ roiry nouses on campus next weeK.
signed up for teaching in Detroit, It is a significant fact that at a re-
Highland Park, Flint, and Grand cent meeting of Pan-Hellenic council,
Rapids. every sorority represented had made
This work is purely of a gratis na- plans for Christmas parties, the cloth-
ture and no extra credit is allowed ing of poor children, in the city, and
for it, the plan to be tried this year in the University hospitals. The hos-
will provide for the entire 20 hours pitals are taking over the sorority
to be taken at one time. It has been Christmas trees after Friday when all
found that in none of these cities are the parties will be over.
the vacation periods of the high Kappa Kappa Gamma will hold their
schools at the same time as are the J traditional Christmas party Wednes-
university vacations. So, it has been 1 day night, which will take the form
planned that during spring vacation of a dinner party. They will have as
students may observe every day, all their guests two Ann Arbor children
day, which will be about 10 days ac- whom they will clothe and make
tual work. happy with gifts of every kind.
In none of these cities have the sup-, Alpha Chi Omega is following their
erintendents'promised positions to the! custom of inviting two children from
people >who observe and do practice the Ann Arbor Social Service to share
teaching in their cities, but the stu- their Christmas party Monday night.
dents have felt that the experience! Phi Sigma Sigma is not having its
will be of such benefit to them as to usual Christmas party this year, but
more than make up for the time ex- has planned to distribute toys and
pended. other gifts among 23 crippled children
The work will be carried on under at the University hospital Tuesday
expert supervision and criticism. afternoon.
Anyone -who desires to do this obser-
vation and teaching and has not yet Publicity committee of the Y. W. C.
signed up should see Professor Davis A. will meet at 4 o'clock tomorrow at.
at once. Newberry hall.
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Frog, Chicken and Steak Dinners
Served at
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Two blocks from city bus line on Jackson Road,
.- from noon till midnight.
Special attention given to parties. -Phone 6534. -
The Dimattia Beauty Shop
French shingling is specially good
for heavy hair.
II Experienced operators for all customers.

Says Sally to

Sue-

New York
Darling Sue,
Here's advance news for you that will give you
real Christmas happiness! Oh, Sue, I hope you haven't
bought a new frock lately-you simply must wait for
a few days and see the very latest.
When I was walking down Fifth Avenue last week
I came face to face with Mrs. Maxwell. Who is she,
you say? Why, she's the buyer of ready-to-wear at

lTICEIS The fourth Vocational Guidance con-
N j CEference will be held on, Wednesday,
Dec. 16, at 4:15 o'clock, in room 408
Beginning basketball classes will be1 Main Library. The speaker will be
held at 4 o'clock Mondays and Wed- Mrs. H. T. Wooley of the Merrill-Pal-
nesday. mer school of Detroit. She will speak
All women interested in writing the on "Psychology as a Fieldhfor Women."
music for the Junior Girls' play will Members of the undergraduate cam-
meetat 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon paign committee will meet at 2:30
in the playroom of Betsy Barbour o'clock today at the Kappa Alpha
house. Theta house.

Mac's, and she was
Mach's will have thec

in New York selecting frocks.
You must -keep watch for the
adorable new things she said she
had bought. Some of these
frocks will be at the store before
you go home for the holidays.
The others will be waiting for
yo'u when you getback in the
new year.
So, Sue dear, don't-waste
your wonderful holidays search-
ing your city for new dresses!
dearest ones ready for you!

Marcelling.

- Soft water for all shampoos.

Before

You Leave

THE DIMATTIA BEAUTY SHOP

340 South State St.

Dial 8878

Why not send your things to us and
have them nice and clean for the vaca-
tion?
We call for and deliver.
The MOTE LAUN DRY
204 N. MAIN. DIAL 3916

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Sunday Evening Lunch

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Hot Waffles
Coffee
Salads
Toasted Sandwiches
Fountain Refreshments
Dancing if you wish.

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The mid-winter frocks are simply fascinating!
C ortreuse, a yellow green, and bois de rose, that lus-
cious pinky tan, seem to be the popular shades just now.
But the list of smart colors doesn't end there-shades
are glorious--every light color is good. Indeed, Mrs.
Maxwell confided that it 'was difficult to find a dark
silk in any New York shop.
Hope Santa's awfully good to you this year! Have
a perfectly gorgeous vacation and think of me occas-
ionally.
Affectionately,
Sally

Colorful embroideries of gold and
silver metal thread upon dark back-
grounds of royal purple, deep green
and golden brown, made up only a
portion of the display of articles for
sale the Japanese bazaar at Lane hall
Friday and Saturday.
One of the most outstanding novel-
ties for sale were the artificial flowers.
Poppies, apple blossoms and purpleI
and gold lilies were all exhibited.
Want a room? Read Page Seven
and use the Classified columns.-Adv.

Orange pudding, black_
walnut and vanilla---
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this week's delicious
speialat the Ann Ar-
bor Dairy.
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Ann Arbor Dairy Co.
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THE ARBOR FOUNTAIN
313 South State St.

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We have an exceptionally
large assortment of personal
Xmas cards for your in-
spection.
APPLIED ARTS
2 Nickels Arcade
The Shop for Unique Gifts

Beaded
Hand Bags
$1.a0 up
Manicure / Pyralili
Set in case
(ai() $5$16.00
COn(cplete
'Wool . ' Fraigr~itmt
S p o rt 1[os e - ,,TIoile tries:i .1s $ 1 'S t
Ilk ~~~(Main)(Mi)Saf.
$6.50

In Preparation
For the many exclusive affairs
coming at Christmas time, see-
Consulting
Costumer
218 Nickels Arcade 4882

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Silk Hosiery
for Everyone
For Mother, for Susan, Aunt Ida
and Jane! For who ever had enough

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CH RISTMAS CHEER
For Distressed Brothers, Sweethearts, Fathers and Husbands

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Silk Hose?

A.it Hutzel's we can show

you the most approved Hosiery shades,
and the kinds most popular with
women.
Solve your gift problems now by mak-

Is the "Happy Christmas Season" a total loss to you?
"Peace on Earth" so many hollow words-just because
you're haunted by the bogey, "What shall I give?"'
MACK

We've a store load of suggestions for you, chosen by
women who know what women want. Come to the
Christmas store and know what giving a "Merry Christ-
mas" really means.
& CO.

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ing it a Hosiery Christmas.

"Ruby

Announcement'
Special Home Made
Christmas Candies
in
Attractive Boxes
1 1b. Box ...........69c
1 % lb. Box .......$1.25

Rings"will be a treat to the folks at
home.
Choose any shade #and we will gladly
" exchange it after Christmas to suit
the recipient's taste, if she wishes.

Leather !Lovely
Perky .-Lete Boudoir
Black Hat Boxd
~ '~ -$6.00
(Second) (Main)
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