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wi1J A ; ; 4 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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'ILL HUNUR FOREIGN
STUDENTS AT DINNER

League Fund Grows
'ThroughAlumnae
Michigan women in Royal Oak have
recently organized into an alumnae.

NOTICES

Fa'culty )ciMmihers And Wives Plan :i group and have taken out a pledge of
.'clockl Thanktgiving Dinner $1,000 to vard th . new Womens
)n Union Ball voom league building. The Grand Rapids!
-~-~alumni association sent in a pledge
NEW YORK GUEST TO TALK for $300 yesterday. This represents
the second men's club to include the

Foreign students 'will be the guests
of 30 members of the faculty and their
wives .at a Thanksgiving dinner at
5:30 o'clock today in the Union ball-,
room. Through the efforts of the
World Fellowship committee of th1
Y. W. C. A. and the Student Christian
Association, foreign students have
been invited as personal guests of the
indlividual members of the faculty, so!
that there will be a number of smaller
dinner ,parties within the one large
gathering.
Mr. Charles Hurry, a Michigan grad-
uate of 1900 and at the present time
the secretary of the World Friendly
Relations board in New York City,
will speak on "Friendship Between
Nations." Mr. Hurry has been special-
ly procured for this occasion. Prof.
Edwin Goddard of the Law school will
discuss "American Thanksgiving Cus-
toms."
As entertainment after the dinner.
Miss Kumal Arlick, '28, of Delhi,
India, will sing and the Chinese Stu-
dent orchestra will play.
:More than .275 guests are expected,
mr aking this the largest gathering of
foreign students during the year.
To Give Prize For f
Best Circus Poster
All women who have any ability
along the line of poster making are
urged to hand in a poster for the
Sophomore circus, which is to be held
Friday and Saturday, December 3 and
4, in Barbour gymnasium and com-)
pete for a $10 prize.
The date first set for the handing in
of the posters was November 20, but
has been postponed until Wednesday,
November 24, on account of mid-
semester examinations. All posters to
be entered must be in by that date.
They must include on them the date
of the circus, Barbour gymnasium,
the name of the event, and the admis-
sion, which will be fifty and twenty-
five cents.

Women's league project in their bud-
get for this year.
New pledges from scattered groups
are being received daily at the
alumnae council office, those for yes-
terday amounting in the aggregate to
more than $500. Also many small
groups of Michigan graduates are
organizing into alumnae clubs so that
they may bend united efforts toward;
the success of the drive.
Word has come recently from
Grand Rapids that the Misses DeLano
of that city have pledged $1,000 to the
League fund. Both are interested in
the progresses of Michigan women.

All intramural managers must have
their entry blanks for the swimming
meet in today at the Physical Educa-
tion office.
There will be a meeting of Pegasus
at Barbour gymnasiumat 4 o'clock
today.
Girls interested in writing music
for the Junior Girls' play who did not
report yesterday, meet at 3 o'clock to-
-day in the parlors of Barbour gym-
' nasium.
The meeting of the sellers for the
Bazaar has been postponed until next
week at 4 o'clock Wednesday, Decem-
ber 1, in Barbour gymnasium.
Any woman wishing to sell articles
at the Bazaar who have not been able
to sign a chart, are requested to call
Margaret Parker at 8817.
Tickets, for the sophomore circus1
will go on sale today at Graham'sI
Book store.
Favors for the Panhellenic ball will
be given out from 9 to 12 o'clock andI
from 1 to 4 o'clock today at Barbour
gymnasium. Those getting favors are
asked to bring their tickets as each
ticket must be punched.

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December 4 at 10:30 and 2:30. The
children of Ann Arbor are especially
invited to attend the Saturday morn-
ing performance. The circus will be
held in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Captain Bricker will meet all mem-
hers of Women's Rifle club for special
coaching at the riffle range this after-
noon. All women who have completed
the elementary course in rifle marks-
manship are eligible for the team
and are asked to communicate with
Stella Sturas, '27, or Captain Bricker.
Elaborately embroidered shoes with
heels that glitter and sparkle are
among the latest footwear fashions
seen at the London Shoe and Leather
fair.

Christmas ard s

The Women's league is beginning LEAGUE TOTAL SWELLS
this week to canvas the league houses
for the sale of Christmas cards. Cards Since the announcement made in
are also on sale at the Lantern ShopTeilyhfounyNeme 1
from12 o 1 ~clck r frm 6to The Daily for Sunday, November 21,
from 12 to 1 o"clock or from 6 to f a total of°$16,500 in pledges on the
'clock. Women's league drive, new subscrip-
Tickets for the Sophomore circus tions have increased that amount to
will be on sale today at Graham's $17,401. This equals the entire drive
Book store. Tickets for adults are of last year and makes the possibili-
50 cents. There will be four per- ties of $50,000 from the undergrad-
formances, Friday, December 3 at 4 uates even more of a certainty for
o'clock and 8 o'clock, and Saturday, this year.

Which TYPE are You?
Straight Hair or Curly Hair or a "Permanent"?
The first type will be greatly improved by a Bertine Marcel.
As to the second and thrd, they will be most pleasantly surprised
when they see the result of a Bertine Finger Wave.
BERTINE BEAUTY SHOPPE

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Engraved Christmas cards, stickers,
and similar small novelties for Christ-
mas use are being- sold by the Wom-
en's league. J eight cents to twenty-five cents.
The prices for the cards vary from " this the league obtains 50 per cent

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Thanksgiving Reductions
on ll Dress and Sport Coats
Thanksgiving reductions on smartly furred winter coats from
cur stock offers an opportunity that fashion-loving women will

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be quick to appreciate! Fur, fabric, style
leave nothing to be desired!
Coats Priced to $200 Coats F
$99.00 .
Coats Priced to $79.50 Coats P
$59.50
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and workmanship

Priced to $125
$79.50
riced to $59.50
$29.75
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There will be crowds of women here
to buy their winter coats. If you are
one of them you wi1 be delighted, for
the assortments are large and em-
brace the most beautiful coats of the
season.
PLAID COATS
at a Great Saving - -
Rather than wear their fur coats to school,
many girls prefer to have a good looking plaid
coat to slip on for general knockabout wear.
The models in this group are just the thing.
You will find them very smart, warm, and
unusual values at this sale price.
IVE PRICE GROUPS
75 $49.75
75 $65.00
$79.50
MAIN AT LIBERTY

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November

Coat

S Over three hundred winter coat
thissale--Bolivias rsilk or wool,
wool velours, needlesheen, vel
mixture, luxuriously fur trimr
collars and cufs, full lined and
terlined. Colors - Black, Cra
Blue and Brown.

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H ave You Health?
The easiest means of procuri
health is iby drinking pure milk. Milk
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is a necessity to the household-for
the baby, and for the adult.
SWe pride in the quality of our milk.
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All sizes, 14 to 50.
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$24.95
Others at $17.95
to $89.50
DressSa
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$12.95
Dresses o f Crepe, Satin, Gieorgec
Jersey and Twill Cloths. All col
and sizes. $18.00 values.
Millinery

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social obligations to fulfill.

Not the least in importance is the social whirl

of Thanksgiving. New apparel is foremost in mind. If you're invited

or having guests in

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your own home, you will realize the necessity and
value of choosing at this establish-
ment. We pride ourselves on low
prices and superb values.
DRESSES

$19.75

$59.50

Hosiery

Silk Undies

Bathrobes

Purses

Wonderful selecton of Lames, Brocades,
Velvets, Satins and Crepes are some of
the high lights in this brilliant showing
for Thanksgiving.
Entire stock at November
Sale Prices.
COA TS
The distinction that comes with superior
quality characterizes every coat in this
collection with the surpassing values of
our November sale prices.

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