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-i17V13AY, 'HOVE DEFT. 21, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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INTATION TO BE HIELD Christmas Cards I N 0 T I C E S o% otorohmh roso
TW W EKD IV 1 11 DYHOORR-SCITYjarbour gymnasium.
T~O REE DRYE OR Y HNORRY OGITV~Engraved Christmas cards, stickers, an iottothSph orCu- ryuswllbhedt4o'clock nor
EMBRS IP~L~ i inii1' honombra oty, '- andsimiare egsmnovl tefo hrs- omore who can pay amusical instru- tomorrow afternoon in the parlors oj
___-clock tomorrow at the Delta Gamma en's league. wet. with the exception of ukeleles Barbor gynasium for the football
Completing a two weeks' drive with house. Thie new members are: H-elen The prices for the cards vary from1 and banjos are requested to tryout.'stunt to be presented at the Sop~o-
a total of $16,500 collected the unoer - W-opten, Dorothy Morehouse, Jean Mc- eight cents to twenty-five cents. Of! i more circus. There are parts in this
graduate camnpaign committee turnled this the league obtains 50 per cent There will be a meeting of the pony stunt for at least 30 girls.
over this portion of its $20,000 pledge Kiaig, Sarah Bonine, -lelen Hawkins, Margaret______________________________________
to the executive committee of the Wo- Mrae Breer, Ellen Groff, Louise , ________________________________
men' a cgue yesterday. This pledge (Briggs, Rhoda Tuthill, Bernice Staeb- I PIEH URST, N. C.-A new sport
rep~rese nts the }memberships of only er, Kathryn Lardner, Laura Osgood, h bas been included here with the in-
the upperclass women on the capu and Phyllis Richards. This member-' troduction of archery to the fal crowd
an'stelretsmta a vrship rests on a basis of scholarship F1T A TY * 1.o winter resorters.
and ~ ~ ~~ n ismpthealargestesumhthatthaswever B lhue B ~ird UE H air_________Shoppe______
been set for a cam pus drive. aniap s a t v te , ha f t e w m n~~~I
The Michigan campaign for a worn-jbenchsnnthspigadalin.:lli1
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Scienitifically Selected and Prepared Foods
Margaret's
GREY SHOP
Special Sunday Dinner
12: 15-2 :00
E~vening Luncheon
5:04-10:00
600 East Liberty St. Phone 9215

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ens b5 uitling Ihas eil badckea nIybotn I
alumni and friends. Large donations
have aided much in the accumulation
ofthe $775,000 already pledged. It is
felt that the building will consolidate
the women on the campus and make
t hem a greater force in campus life.
It is also believed that such an insti-
tution will" make the life of the Uni-
versiy woman at Michigan both more
pleasant and more profitable.
Life membership in the league at
present is $50, the entire sum being
dih five years after pledging. The
work of Mrs. W. D. Henderson, execu-[.
tive secretary of the Alumnae council,-
is without doubt the most outstanding
of the campaign. Mrs. Henderson has
devoted timne and effort tirelessly in
arousing the interest of outsiders in
the building.
Powdered glass is-being used exten-,
lively In beautifying the new English
evening gowns. It is applied brocade-
wi~ise to a shot broche of shimmering
silver and blue or silver and green
and produces an effect much softer
than beads.
The daughter of the president of
lexica has entered anAmerican prep-I
ratory school.1

"Oxford women dress deplorably,"
says Miss Dinah Gibbons !a graduate
of St. H-ilda's college, Oxford, who
has become a mannequin at a London
shop.
Bobbed hair spells treason in Arles,
France, as the bobbed head can not
longer wear the local head dress.
Mrs. Katie Gottswig, 70, of Spokane,!
Wash., rocently completed the second R
house she has built with her own C
hands.

Under tne deft skill or our scientlic
methods, hair becomes more lovely, face
and neck are given a satiny texture and
hands have that exquisite, well-kept ap-
pearance.

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We Serve a Packed House in Fifteen Minutes.
Cap Plenty of Time for Refreshments
After the Show
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meals a day. Rate very moderate.

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Appointments; now being made for special Thanksgiving dinner.
-DAILY SERVICE-
Luncheon, 11:30 to 2:30 Afternoon Tea., 3:00 to 5:30 Dinner, 5:30 to 7:30
Open Wednesday evenings until 10:30 for after-theater lunches.
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gaiety of coloriful embroidery!
Youth, dressed in soft velvets
and shining silks, in crepe and
wool, georgette and chiffon, in all
its frank simplicity and art 1h'S-
charm.
Here is a most appealing g;- oupj
of afternoon frocks that will dis-
arm you with their beauty, their
youth and their moderate prices!

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