THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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niLinnro Michigan Affirmative Team Will Meet
Indiana Negative In Debate Tonightt
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:So S s, For' une lTellers, Varied
t Iock To Enhaine Interest
In Annual Renefit
'0 VP DANCE SATURDAY
1ce of the best bazaars in campus'
t sredi('ted by committee chair-
iahwiomen's league and In-
b bnar which is to be held
nd 4 at Barbour gymnasium.
A mans h been succesfuly car-
t and this year's bazaar is ex-
bto e greater in every way than
cve r before.
Th2 side shows which arc in them-
s a drawing card, offer this year
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tli 't o palmistry s hy. he
i:les this year are a glory of color
sgiality, especially suited in
0t s o % used as Christmas
sInchded among the articles are.
K ~ pilows, woofie dogs, scarves,
d every type of personal accessories,
a ascnab)le prices., T'e gymnasium
u. decorat:1 to represent a tent at a
c ountry fair, and the general scheme
f docaratiens will follow that idea.
At the clase of the bazaar at 9 o'-
eL<ck on Saturday there will be a bene-
t dance in Sarah Caswell Angell
1h-" er-one is welcome and urged
o .a'id, the admission being 25 ecuts
a do>ssion and 5 cents a dance. Lund-
us's .chesti'a will furnish the
Twv, irls recently raced from Bos-
ton o ,oston Light, and back, a dist-
an. Oi 27 nuiles.
re SweetFlorida Oranges, $3
oo Ce o throe hundred, large size.
Sounn fruit and satisfaction guaran-
:eed or money hack. We pay express
charges. A box of these makes an
apprciated Christmas gift. Remit
f' t' EF'AiS
TIC T T Dormitory Loses To J
Sorority In Hockey
CA P!JS 'Two of the semi-final intramural;
hockey games were played off yester-
Today sees the conclusion of the tic day afternoon and one of the hardest
ket sale of the Sophomore circus from fought battles of the tournament was
the individual houses of the Campus. played between Pi Beta Phi and Mar-'
From now on all ticket sales will take tha Cook. Pi Beta Phi won by a score
place in the Main library, Angell hall, of 1-0. Adelia Cheever and Delta Gain-
and the Women's league candy boofth ma ended their game in a tie whichf
in University hall. Tickets may be ob- will be played off this noon. Excellent
tamned here today and Friday iy any passing between members of the front
one desiring them. The sales will close line, and constant interchanging of
however, by 4 o'clock on Friday, the Positions allowed the Pi Beta Phi team
time set for the first performance, and to make their score. The backfield of
from that time on all tickts may be the Martha Cook team deserves spe-
obtained at the door. cial mention for they kept the ball out
Estimates cannot as yet be made as of their territory many times when
to the returns from the outside ticket another score was threatened.
sale for the circus, which is to be held
Dec. 3 and 4, in Barbour gymnasium Portia And Athena
but reports are to be handed in by
some member of each sorority, league Announce Debaters:
house, and dormitory between thel
hours of 10 o'clock and 5 o'clock, at!
the table in the basement cf Barbour As a result of recent tryouts Portial
gymnasium, either today or tomorrow. and Athena Literary societies announ-
The number of tickets assigned must ce the members who have been select-
be accounted for either with tickets ed for positions on the respective de-
or with money. ( bating teams who will compete Tues-
day, Dec. 4. The question for the
the Faculty Women's club will en. discussion is: "Resolved: That this
tertain the Michigan Dames at tea be- house views with alarm the entrance
tween the hours of 3 to 6 o'clock today of women in the learned professions
at the home of Mrs. Henry M. Bates, and statecraft."
1921 Cambridge road. Members of the Athena affirmative
team are: Pauline Zoller, '27, Marine and who has been to none of the meet-
Jones, '28, and Ithmer Kauffman, '28. ings, call Margaret Cole, 3046.
The alternate is Mary McDonald, '27- Due to the Sophomore circus there
Ed. Portia negative team is composed will be no hockey game for the soph-
of Ruth Lambert, '27, Laura Soule, '28, omores today. The junior-senior game
and Anna Baird, '27Ed. The alternate I will be played at 4 o'clock.
for this team is Helen Jessup, '27. All University women who elected
- swimming either at Barbour pool or
+ r . 'at the Union pool for the outdoor seas-
N T I C EzS on are asked to call fdr their swim-
ming suits at once.
Final dress rehearsal for the Soph- I Women interested in the Y. W. work-
omore circus will be held at 4 o'clock shop may report at Newberry hall
ffrom 1 to 2 o'clock Wednesday and
today in the parlors of Barbour gym- !Thursday, 3 o'clock Wednesday or 11
nasium. Attendance is compulsory. to 12 o'clock Tuesday, Wednesday or
Any junior girl who would like to Thursday.
write music for the Junior Girls' play
or work with the music committee, Subscribe for The Michigan Dally.
_11chigaii nAfirmativ e Debating Team
Above are the iremb'ers of the Women's debating team who will scom-
Pete with lnjdiana at 8 o'clock tonight in University hall auditorium on the
question: "Resolved: That a secre-tary of education should be added to
the President's cabinet." The members are, from left to right: Elizabeth
Rabinoff, '27Ed, Miriam Olden, '29L, and Henrietta Howser, '27Ed. Members
of the debating team and members of the faculty will be entertained at a
spread immediately after the debate. Prof. A. T. Weaver of the department
of speech of the University of Wiscon sin and Prof. L. R. Norvelle of the pub-
lic speaking department at the University of Indiana will also be guests at
the spread. Professor Weaver will jiudge the contest.
Hedwig Wandle, retired German lin. She left the stage because she
commedienne, has raised almost sin-
cmel-ne, $has0 traid aost sinfelt the need of helping those suffer-
gle-Banded, $25,000 to .provide a home
for former women convicts, near Ber- ing around her.
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time when we strive to lighten
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gift, or .perhaps for yourself. What looks more modish for
a Christmas Vacation formal ?
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8 LEAGUE and INTER-
Tea Room lenu
Salmon Loaf with Creamed Potatoes
Head Lettuce with Thousand Island Dressing
Hot Rolls with Jam or Honey
CAPE CLOVES with fancy cuffs
-enhanced with embroidery and
backs are smartly stitched. They
come in beaver, brown or grey-
sizes 6 to 4%-specially priced
at $2.98 peir.
BILL FOLDS of genuine leath-
ers-steer hide, ostrich skin,
seal or kangaroo. In black or
browns. $1.04 to $6.40.
Shop for Your Gifts at the
Shop Where Everyone
Loves to 'nop
GLORIOUS ADVENTURE in shop-
ping awaits you here. Our store is brilliant-
ly aglow with the fascinating foibles so essential at
Christmas. Everybody must give gifts even as they
Ice, Cake, Pastry, Baked Apple
Coffee, Tea, Milk
receive. You can commence and end your Christ-
mas shopping journey by making your purchases
here. Pictured are some of the lovely things that
Creamed Chicken in Pattie Shells
Hot Rolls with Jam or Honey
Orange and Date Salad
Choice of Dessert and Drink
Beef Tenderloin Mashed Potatoes
BEADED BAGS are a most ac-
ceptable gift for the woman who
has many days checked on her
social calender. These new bags
are finely headed in intricate
patterns-in colors to contrast
or harmonize wih party frocks.
$1.25 to $25.00
LEATHER HANDBAGS - sug-
gest gifts of the mo:t appreci-
ated sort. Styles are flat or
pouch shaped. The leathers in
colors to complement winter
costumes. f3.30 to $16.50.
should be chosen.