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'.S WIFE
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d MacDowell Will Play
's Compositions This
Afternoon
rd MacDowell, wife of the
)n composer, will play as
tin the third concert of
series given under the
the School of Music at 4
afternoon in Hill audi-

clock

Mrs. MacDowell's program will con-
sist entirely of Dr. MacDowell's com-
positions, and in addition she will
speak on the MacDowell Memorial col-
ony which was organized to carry out
the ideals established by this gifted
musician. Dr. MacDowell is consid-
ered among the foremost American
composers and his untimely death a
few years ago caused a great loss in
the field of American music.
Program
Prelude, from Op. 10.
The Eagle, from Op. 33
Winter, from Op. 32.
From Woodland Sketches:
To a Wild Rose
FromUncle Remus
To a Water Lily
Will O' the Wisp.
Andante from Keltic Sonata.
From Fireside Tales:
From a German Forest
Of Bre'r Rabbit.
From Sea Pieces:
To the Sea
From a Wandering Iceberg
Sea Song
A. D., 1620.
From New England Idyls:
From a Log Cabin
The Joy of Autumn.
From Virtuosen Etuden:
Improvisation
March Wind.
DYXE BODENSTAB, '19, CHOSEN
PRESIDIENT OF GENEVA CLUB
Dyme Bodenstab, '19, was elected
president of the Geneva club at a
meeting held Tuesday evening at the
Delta Delta Delta sprority. house
Louise. Kreger, '19, was elected vice-
president; Marcia Pinkerton, '19, sec-

The Women's league will give a
Christmas party from 3:30 to 5:30
o'clock tomorrow afternoon in Bar-
bour gymnasium. Masques has charge
of the play which will be given ang
there will be dancing and refresh-
ments.a
Several calls for girls to do mend-
ing, light housework, and care for
children have come to the office of the
Dean of Women this week. Those in-
terested in earning money for Liberty
bonds or for Christmas should report
at Barbour gymnasium at once.
Masques will hold a meeting at 7:30
o'clock tomorrow night at Newberry
hall. All members are requested to be
present.
Workers are badly needed at Angell
house to turn out the 50,000 pads
which must be completed this week.
Girls expecting to be in town dur-
ing vacation are asked to sign the
lists at Newberry hall or in the Wom-
en's league room.
Wyvern will meet at 8 o'clock to-
night with Ida Belle Guthe, '19, 1930
Cambridge road.
Junior-freshman basketball prac-
tice at 4:20 o'clock this afternoon.
The books ordered for the play-
ground course are here. Do not fail
to get them before the Christmas holi-
days.
UNITARIAN STUDENTS TO GIVE
TWO-ACT COMEDY FOR CHARITY
Under the direction of Mr.-George
D.. Wilner of the Oratory department,
a two-act comedy entitled, "A Rice
Pudding," will be presented Saturday
evening, December 15, at the Unitar
tan Guild hall.
The play is being given under the
auspices of the Young People's so-
ciety of the Unitarian church and the
proceeds are to go for war charity.
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recruited retary, and Jennie Duemling, '19,
,ions, but treasurer.
to aid in The Geneva club is an organization
rday and composed of university women who
planning have attended one or more of the year-
luct their ly Y. W. C. A. conferences held dur-
eir cam- ing the sumner at Lake Geneva, N. Y.

.The Corset
Is. the Foundation
Your college outfit starts
with a

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-combining or-
er, comfort and
i preservation-
hie living room
new soft-toned
>r & Co., Phone

Dance at the Armory before g )ing
home. Last time Sat. night.-A.
Michigan Calendars-50c at Wahr's
Bookstore. Take one home with
you.-Adv.
Polish your floor with Old English
Floor Wax. C. H. Major & Co. Phone
237.-Adv.

e

Anew military
overcoat
Wear it on cool days th
fall or on rainy days.
Hart Schaffner

VACATION

Your figure will be graceful,
and you will have distinct
style, irrespective of simplicity
in dress, and y;D :r nakh as-
sured.
Moreover, a Rejfern
Model is so ideally com-
fortable, fitting so natur-
ally that its wearer may
do any athletic stunt, as
easily as she dances,
rides or walks, in her
corset.
Be sure to have your Redfern
Corset properly fitted before
you choose your suits and
frocs-then their correct
appearance is assur ?d.

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;. 14, 1917

MACK & CO.

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