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Michigan Daily, 1955-12-06

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DECEMBER 6,1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Santa Claus,Toyland To Highlight
Yuletide Open House at League

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With something to interest ev-
ery age group, the League and Un-
ion are sponsoring a Christmas
Party from 2 to 4:30 p.m. Sunday
at the League.'
Children will be attracted to the
Hussey Room where members of
the Union and League committees,
will have a toyland.1

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airplane contest
men's residences.

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Originality
.Dolls from the women's houses
will be judged on the basis of origi-
nal workmanship and over-allaap-
pearance. The model airplanes
submitted by the men's groups will
be judged on the basis of original
design.
Dolls should be between 10 and
20 inches high and airplanes
should not have motors.

Entry blanks for the contests
are due Friday in the Undergradu-
ate Offices of the League. The
blanks are to be placed in the box
of the special projects chairman,
Gwynne Finkleman.
The entries themselves are to be
in the Undergraduate Offices by
2 p.m. Saturday.
After the Christmas party, the
Junior Red Cross will collect the
dolls and airplanes and distribute
them to needy children in the
community.

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Movies, including cartoons and
children's fairy tales will b feat-
ured in the Ann Arbor Room,
while the Kalamazoo room will
have a Santa Claus.
This year jolly old St. Nicholas
will be played by Marshall Badt,
the president of Taylor Hbuse.
Gift Suggestions
The Vandenburg Room will at-
tract the attention of the adults
attending the gala holiday party
with displays centering around the
theme, "What I Want For Christ-
mas." Local merchants are do-
nating articles for the gift sug-
gestion displays.
Dancing to the music of Paul
Brodie and his orchestra will hold
forth in the League Ballroom,
while the Michigan Room will at-
tract the attention of all ages
because of the punch and cookies.
Caroling and other musical en-
tertainment for the yuletide event
will be featured by the Psurfs,
winners of last year's Gulantics.
A big feature of this year's par-
ty will be the doll contest between
the women's houses and the model

JUST RIGHT FOR CHRISTMAS
Many StylesBMany Shapes
The perfect accessory to brighten up an outfit and
to give it your own individual touch. We have a tre-
mendous selection of belts in all sizes, shapes,

fabrics and colors. Wonderful
gift giving.
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for wearing, great for

Tailored calfskin,
capeskin silver and
leather and meshes.
veteens, velvets.

soft
gold
Vel-

From $1.00 to $7.95

B. HOODED POPLIN "LAPLANDER" JACKET
by White Stag, Zelan-treated and Thermostag
quilt-lined to keep her snugly warm and
lovely. White, rose or black with bright braid.
Small, medium or large. 19.95

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A. JEWEL-SPARKLED WOOL JERSEY
OVERBLOUSE glowing with metallic embroidery
ond crystal-clear bugle beads...
a figure-contoured wrap blouse for every gala
occasion. White, black, pink, blue
or turquoise. Sizes 32 to 38. 10.95

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C. RACCOON-WOOL DRIVING GLOVES
with dleerskin palms will delight her
with their soft warmth and
urban-suburban versatility. Grey, natural
or palomino. Small, medium or large. $4 4

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CAMPUS TOGS,
111 I South U.
Main Shop:
FOREST, just off S.U.
Parking in Rear

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OPEN MONDAY EVENINGS
'TIL CHRISTMAS -'TIL 8:30

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Offers

a FABULOUS SELECTION of:

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. Distinctive Jewelry
if Attractively Boxed
Is Beautifully Wrapped

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(SORRY-This service reserved for our merchandise
only during December.)
Prepared and Mailed (on request)

Never, in our history has our inventory of

Xmas

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GROUP NO. 1
BEAUTIFULLY TAILORED
JEWELRY
3 Piece Sets (Necklaces, bracelets, earrings)
Priced $3.87
A dozen styles -- in silver and gold finish.
Buy them separately ... $1.29 each.
GROUP NO.2
Jewelry selected for the
lady "who has everything."
3 PIECE sets ... $7.77*
Finished in a manner customarily found
on far more expensive Jewelry.

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GROUP NO. 4

OUR MOST COMPLETE
selection ever of "mi-
lady" Jewelry for ev-
ery day.

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ANKLETS
IDENTIFICATION
BRACELETS
PERFUME CONTAINERS
KEY LOOP HOLDERS
CROSSES
LOCKETS
MONEY CLIPS
LIGHTERS
DRESSER SETS
Name it we have it!
from $2.00 to -?

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GROUP NO.5

RINGS. 14K
Solid Gold Jewelry
For those who seek fashion
and craftsmanship, some-
thing special - We simply.
say Pay us a visit-see for
yourself. We are your "Reg-
istered Jewelers," Members
of the American Gem So-
ciety, on Campus.

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The Perfect Gift for
MOTHER

"The grandmother bracelets."
Millions of Mothers received them
last year - and thrilled to the
thoughtfulness of this gift.
It's an "Album" bracelet, in-
dividually selected'FOR MOTHER.
Tags for her children-name on
one side, birthdate on the other.
Our prices ore right..

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GROUP NO. 7
The "Cultured Pearl" Group
Bracelets, earrings, necklaces and pins.
Gold-filled. Sets with real cultured Pearls.
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BRACELETS ... start at $3.39
NECKLACES and PINS ...$5.65
GROUP NO.8
TAG AND CHARM BRACELETS R
Headquarters for Sterling, gold filled and
solid gold charms. Featuring the Campus
fashion - Tag Bracelets and Necklaces.
ENGRAVED FREE !!

Bracelets $1.95
Tags from $2.00
Sterling or gold filled.
Engraved Free - Place your
orders early!

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