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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MORTARI
ANNUAL
Larg~e Variet)

BOARD BEGINS
GLOVE SALE
Of Styles Are Offered

Alpha Phi Receives TUDENT
Prize For Articles,
Alpha Phi has been announced as
the winner of the article contest con-I
ducted by the Women's league and In-'
terchurch bazaar. Articles handed Ann Arbor will be the setting this
in were judged on the workmanship, year for the convention of the Nation-
punctuality and 100 percent contribu- al Student Federation of America,
tion and Alpha Phi scored in the three when on Dec. 2 and 4 more than 150
requirements by handing in articles :omen and many men acting as repre-I
h i etaie from uinivers'ities and cob-

Hockey Elimination'
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Series Is Completed l

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To Campus Houses'; Proceeds
To Go To League
TO DELIVER BY HOLIDAYS
Intensive work on the Mortar Board
glove sale began yesterday when a
number of the committee in charge
visited different sorority houses with a
display of French gloves. The plan is
to concentrate the efforts of the socie-
ty on the sororities and dormitories
this week.
Leeuse Mortar Board is buying their
;;In-os from wholesale importers in
New York they are able to offer much
cuicker service on the orders than
ever before. The variety of styles is
also greater. Patterns range from fine
dress kid with varied trim ranging
from cut work to colored embroidery,
to washable deer-skin and suede sport
and street gloves. Trhe prices on all
stylestarevery reasonable,rnone being
above $4.
The Mortar Board glove sale is an
annual event, and the exceptional of-
fer is an opportunity for anyone in-
terested in purchasing gloves at this
time. The shipment of gloves ordered
will arrive before Christmas vacation.
All the proceeds of the sale go to
thb Women's league u nd rgradvfate
campaign fund for the new building.
There will be an exhibit of the gloves
at the bazaar and orders which are
not reached in any other way may be
given at that time.
In addition to the sororities and the
dormitories, members of Mortar Board
will canvass the larger league houses
and residents of Ann Arbor later in
the week, Orders will be sent by
Dec. 8.
To Give Percentage
On Sales To League,
To assist in raising the necessary
quota for the Women's league build-
ing, Jacobson's, one of Ann Arbor's
stores for women's apparel,has offer-
ed to the league five percent on all,
sales made to students. It is urged
by the league officials that students
request the percentage when making
purchases, both to remind the sales-
woman and to inform her that the buy-
er is a student. This percentage will
be transfered regularly to the cam-
paign fund which is steadily increas-
hig as the result of the enthusiasm
shown by outsiders as well as by Uni-
versity women.
Michigan playing cards are still on
sale at the campus bookstores and
(irug stores and may be purchased for
$1 a pack.
FREE TRIP
TO EUROPE
Next Summer.
Tour conductors and organizers
wanted. Free trip and cash bonus
Write for details.
VONT1dM'#NTAL TRAVEL CO.
233 Fifth Ave. New York City

Excellent passing featured the elim-
ination hockey game between Pi Beta[
Phi and Kappa Delta yesterday after-
noon when the former team decisively
beat the Kappa Delta team by a score
of 7-0. Every member of the Pi BetaI
Phi team is responsible for their vic-
tory, for they all played an equallyj
good game.
Betsy Barbour dormitory also beat
Zone 6 by a score of 2-0. This game
was not as fast a one as the Pi Beta
Phi-Kappa Delta game but some good

passing and interchanging of positions
was displayed.
Alpha Xi Delta defaulted Cheever
house. With the completion of these
three games the tial elimination'
games have ben completed. The win-
ners of these games will play the semi-
final games tomorrow. The time of the
games will be announced later.-
Paris prefers dark red and purple up-
on discovering that these colors are
favored by the Queen of Ruiana.
Apartment houses are gaining in fav-
or and popularity in Argentina.
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NOTICES
The world fellowship committee of
the +Y.W. C. A. will hold an import-
ant meeting at 5 o'clock today in New-
berry hall.
T1'he cabinet of the Y. W. C. A, will
meet ht 4 o'clock tomorrow in New-
berry hall.
The regular meeting of the Girls'
Glee club will be held today at 4:30
o'clock in the School of Music.

one not present will not be allowed to
take part in the circus.
Class games will be played today un-
der any weather conditions, captains
will be responsible, and juniors will
play at 4 o'clock, freshmen vs. sopho-
mores at 5 o'clock.
All students who have signed up for
the outdoor sports class under Miss
Ruth Figge will xr,aet today at 4 o'-
clock. Wear hiking clothes.
Any woman wishing to sell articles

s owing eautliul workmanship, unus-
ual originality and 100 percent contri-I
bution in handing in their articles.
The contributions were hand painted
scarves. The prize to be sent to the
Alpha Phi house will be a box of
candy.
The houses receiving honorable
mention were, Bannasch house, which
ran the Alpha Phi house close com-
petition, loosing the prize due to the
superiority of the Alpha Phi articles
In originality of design. Bannasch
house contributed hand painted hand-
kerchiefs. Swanger house handed inj
breakfast sets of toweling, which won
for them honorable mention, on thel
above mentioned requirements. Helen
Newberry residence handed in very or-
iginal aprons, which placed them in
the list of honorable mention. +
Although several houses have not as
yet responded, the general attitude and
response was splendid, and many hous-
es are to be complimented on their
hearty cooperation.
Faculty Women's club will entertain
Michigan Dames at tea from 3 to 61
o'clock, Thursday, Dec. 2, at the home
of Mrs. H. M. Bates, 1921 Cambridgej
road.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.

leges from all over the country will
!assemble here. All University womenI

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are urged to take an active interest'
in the entertainment of the women
delegates at the convention.
The federation was formed in
Princeton last year, the first meeting
being held there, and such business
as the formation of the constitution
and so on' was transacted. Betty Par-
rott, '26,acted as the women's dele-
gate last year and she appointed Alice.
Hirschman '27, to act as chairman of
the committee arranging for the hous-
ing and entertainment of the women
attending the convention this year. The
purpose of the organization is to pro-
mote the spirit of cooperation between
students of America and to give due
consideration to all questions affect-
ing student interests, the country over.
The discussions will be such as will
be of interest to both men and women,
the convention being open to both, and
the major purpose of the convention
this year will be to permanently es-
tablish the organization and draw up
the complete constitution.f
Two delegates will be sent by the co-
educational schools, a man and a wo-
men. A number of women students
will also be here from colleges.
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Final dress rehearsal of the Sopho- at the Bazaar who have not been able
more circus will be held at 7 o'clock to sign a chart, are requested to call
tonight in Barbour gymnasium. Any- Margaret Parker at 8817.

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AN UNPRECEDENTED OPPORTUNITY!

COAT

PRICES

REDUCED

Nowhere in the city can be found such a distinctive and individual collection
of fur trimmed Coats-now doubly desirable due to the deep price reductions
that are in effect!
January Prices Prevail During Our Sale Which
Starts Today. The Merchandise is of Style and
Quality to be found 6nly at Jacobson s.

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Smart Sport Coats
Typical Jacobson garments-beautifully fur-trimmed-
The year's greatest values at
Fine Dress Coats
For street wear or travel. All the most wanted fabrics, trimmed with

$98.50

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finest furs.

Scientifically Selected and Prepared Foods
Margaret's
GREY SHOP
Special Sunday Dinner
12:15-2:00
Evening Luncheon
5:00-10:00

There are wonderful savings in the group offered at
Superbly-Styled Coats

Rich fabrics, sumptuous furs, clev
delightful group of distinctive C
hardly expect, even in January-

ver designing are combined in this
oats, now offered at savings you'd

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every Coat in Stock. Reduced

600 East Liberty St.

Phone 9215

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OPTICAL DEPT.
Lenses and Frames
made to order.

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. Negligee is a Beautiful Gift
Thoroughly feminine from their flattering collars
to their dainty hems, one of these Negligees will
delight any woman on your Christmas list. They
are in all rainbow colors and are made of crepe de
chine both plain and quilted, corduroy, satin back
crepe and taffeta, attractively priced.
SECOND FLOOR
GOO'DY E AR'S
124 South Main St.

In this matchless collection-
Dresses for every formal and informal occasion-
Every worthy and wanted fabric, every shade and color combination-
With every detail of the season's mode alluringly depicted-
All now on sale at price reductions no woman expected to see in advance of the January
sales!
Two Groups Wool and Silk Dresses at
$16.75 and $19.75
Dresses for every occasion-farics, 'materials an] workmanship of a class not to be duplicated
at the prices again this year!
Lovely Dresses at $29.50
Street, afternoon and evening Dresses-beautifulsilks, cleverly designed and beautifully made-
all sizes, for women of every type.
Matchless Frocks at $49.50

Optical Prescriptions Filled
HALLER'S
State Street Jewelers

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Afternoon and Evening Gowns of distinctive ch arm.
at $49.501

You never thought to buy such Dresses

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HIGH CLASS
SHOE REPAIRING
Done at Reasonable Prices
Stop in for
That Shoe Shine
SHE REPAIR SHOP
G. 131,10ORMIS
301I S. State
hEAD OF LIBERTY
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HERE you will find jewelry in good taste---new,
correct, smart. And whether you select a
rhinestone brooch or bracelet, or an inexpensive
string of pearls, the choice will be right--and the
price will be right.
Slave Links, 59c Up
Two or three slave }racelets encircling the wrist,
or two joined to make a necklet-that's the smart-
est manner of wearing these gold filled slave chains
at 59c each. Other bracelets with stone settings
priced upward to $5.
Earrings, 50c Up
Crystals, brilliants, pearls! Button and drop ear-
ring's, as well as the new Queen Marie earring of
pearl! Charming selection at prices from 50c to

EVERY DRESS IN STOCK REDUCED
Fur Coats Reduced

Tomorrow's prices will prove a revelation to every woman who has contemplated a January purchase, to every man who .seeks
a truly royal holiday gift!
Fur Coats at $149.50
Handsome Coats of Caracul, Sealine, Nearseal-Cleverly designed, beautifully made.
The values would be remarkable in January!
Fur Coats at $198.50

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Full skin Caracul, Pony, Sealine, Nearseal,
Superb Coats, at a price which makes 'ea>h

Wallaby-
an investment of the finest kind!

Every Fur Coat in Stock Reduced 10% to 25/
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