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Varied Attractions lucluding Vaude-
ville And Auction Sale To Amuse
Guests of League
Christmas jollity will dominate the
*\un','sleague festival which is to
bo held at 4 o'clock this afternoon in
Barbour gymnasium. According to
Helen Rutherford, '28P, chairman of
the event, this party will be of a more
versatile nature than any previous
attempts have been. Decorations of
red and green will beautify the gym-
nasium, and refreshments in keeping
with the celebration will be served.
1usc will be furnished for dancing
by Carl Lundquist's orchestra.
The special entertainment which is
expected to be na great attraction, is
an exhibition which will give new
ideas to Christmas shoppers. This
exhibition which will be carried out by
three cleer acrobatic dances given by
Ruth and Jean Corwin, two youthful
Minneapolis performers. The enter
tainmert has been secured through
Mack's store where the exhibition has
been given daily.
After the party "there will be an
auction of all remaining bazaar artic-
las. Several articles from the depart-
ments of scarves, handkerchiefs, pil-
lows, lamp shades, laundry bags, dress
covers and such articles will be auc-
fioned off. Phyllis Richards, "28, and
Helen Rutherford, '28P, will act as
autioneers, and the articles will go to
the highest bidder. This Christmas
party offers many attractions includ-
ing dancing, refreshments, three vau-
deville acts, and an opportunity to ob-
tain ideas or to purchase Christmas
gifts, All women on the campus are
given a hearty invitation to attend
the event. I
Junior Girls' play tryouts will be
held from 3 to 6 o'clock today in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall.
All juniors interested in designing
scenery sets for the Junior Girls' play
call Phyllis Loughton, 7058.
All juniors interested in the poster
contest for the Junior Girls' play call
Margaret Hawkins, 5718.
Women attending Kappa Phi party
Friday, evening stop at Wellesley hall
for a program and directions Friday
Basketball practice will be held at 4
o'clock every Monday and Wednesday
in Barbour gymnasium in preparation
for the intramural games which will
be held mediately following Christ-
mas vacation.
Basketball practice will be held at
4 o'clock every Monday and Wednes-
day afternoon at Babour gymnasium
in preparation, for intramural games
which will begin immediately after
Junior Girls' play tryouts will be
held from 3 to 6 o'clock today in Sarah
Canwell Angell hall.
Fresh, Sweet Florida Oranges, $3
per box of three hundred, large size.
Sound fruit and satisfaction guaran-
teed or money back. We pay express
charges. A box of these makes an
appreciated Christmnas gift. Remit
with order.
Ganesville, Florida.

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Opportunities are being offered to
all University women to learn fencingj
by the organization of a new fencing
class which will meet at 4 o'clock ev-
ery Monday and Wednesday in the
parlors of Barbour gymnasium. This
class is for both beginners and ad-
vanced students. All women who at-
tend 12 classes will receive 30 W. A.-
A. honor points in individual sports.
Thosetinterested are requested to,
wear the regulation gymnasium suits.
Many students have already signed up
for this class but there are still a few
vacancies for those desiring to enter.
Two years ago a very successful
fencing tournament was held and it is,
hoped that if enough students enterl
this class this year another tourna-
ment may be held at the conclusion of
the season in May.!
student women to revolt and to elect
an entire women's ticket. Miss Ruth
Oaulke, above, president of the League
of Women Voters, organized the cam-
The first Burmese woman to adopt,
law as a profession is the daughtery
of a Burmese official.

DR. BELL DECLARES INT TERCOLLEGIATE' foundation on which to base future
THLTICSNEEDSECUREFOUathletics; when we can imbue the par- PLAY TRYOUPT
A TH L E T ICS EEECUREt, FOU NDATIO Iticipantswith a desire for sports; and
when we have the instruments to car- Today and tomorrow
"Were intercollegiate athletics for ir ignored in order to perfect a few. ry tiIut hnwehvIrahd the last opportunities for
women superimposed upon a secure This is exactly what would happenArcady as far as sports are concern-I to tryout for the Junio
foundation, then most certainly I anr1 it is only natural for it to be so. I ed. play. All women intere
would favor a plan for intercollegiate This condition can be met when the urgedtntyDanminandtcay
rivalry," said Dr. Margaret Bell durihg fniversity makes organized sport a Mu Phi Epsilon, honorary musical hours are from 3 to 6 O
a recent interview when questioned on a part of the curriculum, as it is in society will hold its annual Christmas day an( 9 to 12 tomo
her stand on this matter. "There is Eastern schools and in England.., party at 8 o'clock Tuesday at the home Sarah Caswell Angell ha
no question in any one's mind trat the urthermore, in order to have the ! of Mrs. Hugo Thieme on Geddes ave-
highest grade of competition has liit- oesire to play,,one must have a cer- nue. The freshmen will entertain with
less possibilities in the contribution it tain amount of skill to motivate the a -musical program. The first women's fire
may make in the development of char- c.esire. This skill the American sys- Germany has been formed
acter. But I do not believe that thefm of eduation does nottdevelop. To Subscribe for The Michigan Daily. lage of Oberjoch.
women of this University are readIy for ;timnulate the ability of the average -
this," she continued. student organic recreation should be
"In the first place there is a sad as surely a part of the daily routine
deficiency of gymnasium equipment. as eating and sleeping.ft -----
At the present time only 18 percent of Women's atletics will not be pat-!
the women are taking voluntary gym- ronized as are those of men. Men
nasium work. And there is not enough have organized sport and skill backingN M,
space, nor equipment, or staff to pro- it. It is a mistake to feel that this :oissSeeing
perly superintend those who are ac- will be a unifying force for women. Y *
cepting the means offered to them, (C - ,luci.h trouble has arisen from girlsKickernic
spite the fact 'that there have been athletic teams following the example,
enlargements made in the past year. o iens' teams. I think a girl -should ! DmoIstration
"Before we can have any hope of be a girl. The social position of wo.
putting out a. winning team we unt men does not stand this exploitation
make it possible for 'all women to and competition. It is unusual. It ab
participate in the play. Many cannot "So when we can establish a firm ly proves that co
____________________________________________ . .freedom of motion
----__:".:,:;--___<::-_ _--_ _ sible in Kickernick I
ed Undergtarments.
freedom of motion
Gift Gloves Are A w cured bythelong
G iftG lov s _ e A l avs :which is suspended

Miss 11th f(aulle
Refusal by men students of the Uni-
versity of North Dakota to guarantee
a representation of women on the ex-
ecutive staffs of the classes, caused

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by experienced men,
having at their disposal
a complete stock of
those things that men
like best.
for TI/en C aSince 194'

If Christmas wishes come true there will be several pairs
of gloves in long slim paCkages on her Christmas tree. There
will be washable gloves in suede or goatskin for every day,
and beautifully cuffed ones in kid for evening and afternoons.
Warm gloves and practical gloves, exquisite hand-embroidered
ones and some with intricate appliques and stitchings.









For the U. of M. woman Christmas begins on Dec. -, and won't it be a blessed
relief to know' that you have dad's gift, and mother's gift, and all the other gifts safely
tucked away in your grip, and nothing to think about when you go home except the gay
parties and the pleasant family reunions.
"What to give" is the uppermost question in your mind these days. May we
suggest? We have had a lot of experience in solving Christmas problems and we may
be helpful in ,helping you solve yours.
Gotham Silk Stockings at $1.85 to $2.50 Per Pair
Make particularly appropriate gifts for three reasons:
FIRST-The Gotham Gold Stripe is
accepted as a symbol of superb quality
SECOND-If you don't happen to select
the right size or colo rthey can be, exchanged
at any Gotham agency for any desired style,
color or size.
THIRD-Silk stockings take very little
room in your suitcase, but have a large place
in the thoughts of the recipient.
Not the common, ordinary kind, but dainty hand embroidered ones from Innisfail,
Switzerland. These are embroidered by Swiss peasants and French nuns. Others come
from Paris in colorings and designs that French art alone can give us. Note the very
reasonable prices-

Special for Christmas
$7.50 Sheaffer pen, only
$5.95. Also Parker, Conk-
lin, Ingersol, Wahl, Wat-
erman and others at reduced
pices. Come early.
Rochester Cut
Rate Store
208 E. Washington



- 50c

- $1.00

- $1.50 and $2.00

for Christmas
Beautiful Novelties
in Boxes
Booth's Quality Chocolates
Chocolate Santa Claus'
20c - 75c

Exquisite gift boxes with each purchase.
Dainty Slips, Step-ins and Gowns, Teddies, Bloomers, Pullman Robes, Quilted Robes,
etc. Exquisite workmanship and unusually reasonable prices.
$2.50 to $17.50




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