UR THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY FRIE
WORK WILL GIVEI
Milton C. Work, of New York City,
author of the authoritative new book
on "Auction Bridge" has been secur-
ed by the alumnae council to give les--
sons in bridge playing for the women
of Ann Arbor in the afternoon and
evening of October 27, in the assembly
room of the Michigan Union.
The bridge party which will be the
feature of the day will be quite dif-
ferent from the ordinary affair in that,
with the usual four at a table, each
person will have the opportunity to
play his hand under Mr. Work's di-
rection. The price of one lesson will
be two dollars.
The proceeds of the party and les-
sons will go toward the heavy pledge
which the Ann Arbor group have taken
on the new League building.
for all makes of typewriters. Rapid
turnover, fresh stock, insures best
quality at a moderate price.
O. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade Phone 6615
PHILADELPHIA. - Mothers who
have careers outside the home may
not be neglecting their children but
benefiting them, believes Mrs. Helen
Taft Manning, dean of Bryn Mawr
"Nowadays, because of facilities to
lighten housework, there is far more
danger of a woman becoming too
completely absorbed in the lives of her
children," says Mrs. Manning.
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Wives! Would you rather have
THE WORLD AT YOUR FEET or
your husband at your side?
Laugh-and the world will laugh
with you at this altogether pleasing
love comedy of the utmost sub-
tlety and delicacy!
9 ira rut
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