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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1930

11 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1930 THF MICHIGAN DAILY

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LEAGUE WILL HOLD
BRIDGE TEA TOAY

Sophomore
Will

Cabaret Features
Constitute

Program.
MRS. RUTHVEN TO POUR
Bridge prizes and a door prize
will be awarded at the League tea
which will, be held from 4 to 6
o'clock this afternoon in the ball-
room of the League building. This
is a new departure conceived by
the hostess commitee, as bridge has
not been featured at the teas here-
tofore.
The committee in charge of the
tea has been chosen from the seven
League houses who will be host-
esses this afternoon; they are
Adams, Coon, Augspurger, Cozad,
Jennings, Stapleton, and Saddler
houses. Navie Bohanna, '33, is gen-
eral chairman and is in charge
of entertainment; Elizabeth Holm-
berg, '32, publicity chairman; Helen
Black, '33, invitations; Miriam Gor-
don, '34, refreshments; and Eleanor
Rairdon, '33, hostess badges.
Each guest will receive a num-
bered tag at the, door, the holder
of the lucky number will win the
door prize offered by Jacobson's
apparel shop. The Cardinal ready
to wear shop will present the bridge
prize. Entertainment will consist of
several feature presentations taken
from the recent Sophomore Cab-
aret.
The teas are especially given for
League members, but faculty wo-
men are cordially invited and the
social committee this year has
adopted this policy as a means of
orientation among the students,
and faculty.
Mrs.Alexander G. Ruthven, Mrs.
Barbara H. Bartlett, professor of
public health nursing, Miss Nora
Crane Hunt, of the school of music,
and Miss Margaret Mann, profes-
sor of library science, will pour tea.
Pegasus to Hold Ride
Saturday for Members
Pegasus riding club will hold a
ride for members and others inter-
ested in riding at 2 o'clock Satur-
day afternoon, Dec. 13, at the fair
grounds stables of Guy L. Mullison,
acording to an announcement by
Ruth Babbitt, '31Ed.
In case of bad weather, the group1
will ride in the indoor ring, other-
wise the ride wil be held outdoors.;

NEWINT RAMURAL KREUTZBERG AND G
PL AN S SUCCEED! ABOUT FORMER V
Dancers Talk to Enthusiastic
Helen Domine, '31, Gives Result Admirers Following
of Present System. Recital.
"The new intramural system is Georgi was tired. She stood in the
carrying out the ideals of W. A. A. wings of the Lydia Mendelssohn
and A. C. A. C. W. by encouraging theatre, with a drab dressing gown
mass participation in sports and by1 wrapped tightly about her sturdy
getting a greater number of women little figure, looking in bewildered
interested in trying to develope amazement at the clusters of ex-
their individual skill," said Helen cited admirers who surrounded her.
Domine, '31, president of the Wom- Her weariness accentuated the
en's Athletic Association, in refer- Teutonic cast of her features, and
ence to the intramural system in- her huge black eyes, which usually
augurated this year by the physical sparkle intensely, were shadowed
education department for women. and almost dull.
"There are twice as many basket- "So glad," she replied in responsej
ball teams this year as there were to an introduction, and gazed in-
last year, and the women are taking terestedly at a dangling prop. She
more interest in practices and started perceptibly when spoken
coaching," Miss Domine continued, to, and seemed to be on the defens-'
"Another sign of success is the fact ive.
that students not connected with a She was actually astonished when
dormitory, sorority, or league house consulted as to her favorite dance
team, are being -organized and will among her repertoire. "But it is
have a chance to compete for a not one, it is all of them," she said,
place on interclass teams." almost indignantly. "I feel them
According io the plan now in all. Maybe it is Kassandra that I
operation, interclass games will be like. I can put all of myself in it,
an outgrowth of intramural games, yes?" The glow that had come into
and all those who want to play on her face died out, and she again
interclass teams must first play on perused the ceiling.
an intramural team. There was a bustle in the door-
"Formerly it was hard to get way, and Kreutzberg appeared.
enough people in league houses in- Small, erect of carriage, and mobile
terested to form a team, but now of features, he is a person to com-
every group is represented by at mand attention. He acknowledged
least one team, "Miss Domine said. introductions with a swooping bow,
"The idea of having one major and his very presence seemed to
and two minor sports each season is
also a good one, as it gives those
who have individual skill in such
sports as bowling and riflery a FRIDAY AND
chance to express themselves, and SATURDAY'
to take part in a regular tourna-
ment."

sEORGI REMINISCE
!ISIT TO ANN ARBOR

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The partners began to reminisce
on their visit to Ann Arbor last
year.
"We had much fun in the sleigh,"I
said Georgi, her manner bright n-
ing perceptibly. "There was snow1
all over, and I love the snow."
"We made a little walk in St.
Louis once, but it was very smoky,
so we didn't get any air," added{
her partner, gesticulating elabor-
ately.
"Ah, yes, the air," echoed Georgi.
"We nearly die on the train, there
is no air. We might as well stay a
home, yes?" She smiled affably at
the irrefutable logic of her argu-
ment.
Kreutzberg lit a cigarette and
observed that it was necessary to
depart. "It has been so riice,"
breathed Georgi as she scrambled
through the door. Kreutzberg waved
airily and vanished.

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Jacobsons'
Offer
YOUR
UNRESTRICTED
CHOICE

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Something

Soft Velvet
Hats
IN
GREEN WINE
NAVY AND
BROWN
AT
$5.00

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Differgent
Cone in and get the un-
made hats and after
Christmas we will cut and
fit them in any style
they may choose.
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17 E LIBERTY ST

Formerly
$6.50, $7.50, $8.50

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Dana Richardson
IN THE ARCADE

WANT ADS PAY!

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Play Tryouts Continue
at Lydia Mendelssohn
Until Tomorrow Noon
Junior Girls' Play tryouts con-
tinue today from 3:30 to 6 o'clock
in the Lydia Merdelssohn theater,
and will close tomorow morning
when they will take place-from 9:30
to 12 o'clock.
Women do not need costumes for
tryouts unless they wish to try for
a man's part. A short song and a
few routine steps are all that are
necessary, and only those women
who are trying for character parts
should speak. There will be some-
one at tryouts to accompany those
who come alone, but the committee
in charge requests that all who
possibly can do so bring their own
accompanists.

SMART FALL AND
WIN TER
Footwear
$ .65

P*
"omeone Can
Give Me"
Feminine sentiments, close to Christmas, run like this;
"Somecne can give me a new handbag, a new pair of gloves,
some silk underwear" . .. and so on, to the end of a lengthy
list. A woman wants something smart to wear, and we have
just those smart things.,
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Arbor

Springs

DISTILLED WATER
(Rorke Process)
PURE-PALATABLE-SOFT
A perfect drinking water distilled and bottled by
ARBOR SPRINGS WATER CO.
Phone 8270

IFormerly

$4.85 and

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Office: 416 East Huron

Bottling Plant: 1427 Mill Street

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SALEY
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FRENCH ROOM
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Formerly $25.00..... Now $19.75 I
Formerly $49.75..... Now $29.75
Formerly $75.00. ... Now $59.75
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$5.85
0' Dorsey Pumps
$1.65
E.F. ills Co.
4 Hour
Special
9 to1

Exceptional Gift Values!.,
(SilkHose '. . extravagantly expensive? Nonsense!
Why . . . at 98c the pair, you can give her exquisitely
sheer Chiffon s A Crepe, too, that she may confi-
dently wear with a Paris gown ! Or, perhaps, some of
our famous Service Hose, sure to last for ages! In all,
shades.

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Dainty, pastel colored silk lingerie . . . tailored and lace
trimmed styles. $2.9f, to $4.95.

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Sheer chiffon sockings
in all the n~ew, dark
shades . .. small French
heels. $1.35 to $1.95.
Costume jewelry for day-
time and evening wear.
Brilliants, crystals and
colored stones combined
with gold and silver
metals. ,$1 to ,$2.95.

Handbags of dull
leathers and fabrics . . .
smartly tailored with nice
fittings. $2.95 and $4.95.
Gloves for daytime and
evening wear. Pull-ons
in beige, brown or black
for daytime . . . long
white and off-white for
evening. $2.95 to $7.50.

COATS
Sizes 12-20
Szes 12-42
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KLINE'S
FAMOUS No. 421
ULTRA SMART 45 GAUGE
Silk Gift HosieryI
$1.49 *r-
Smartly Dull Chiffon Hose of beau
tiful gossamer sheerness that belie
their unusual wearing qualities. The
Gift de Luxe
SILK GIFT HOSE'

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$1l.9Pr.
Delightful All Silk Chiffon Hose,
dull finished, with Picot Tops and
French Heels. Also fine quality
(Service Silk Hose..

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WOMEN'S SILK and WOOL
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COLLEGE SHOP

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