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.THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

LYNDON, To "*,os'"Hill Auditorium

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November,

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Indian Moccasins
More Comfortable than Slippers

Nothing has yet been done about the
plans for the New York City hall
which will accommodate over 100
women and will be built on the corner
of S. University and Ingalls streets.
Work on this will be begun early in!
the spring. The money is being fur-
nished by New York people and it is
planned to cost over $150,000.
In addition to these two halls, a
group of Detroit women have started

UNER & CO.

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ANN ARBOR

eadr to wear * th Popular Ieoveoh and Plsh
and Dress HATS i te Ppua Vlvt adUlsiOs

an organization and are
funds to provide for anothero
for which the Regents have
furnish the land. Thus far,
been very successful.

soliciting
such hall,
agreed to
they have

Liberty East#

DANA RICHARDSON

SECOND MEMBERSHIP DINNER
WILL TAKE PLACE TONIGHT.
The second Union membership din-
ner of the year takes place tonight at ;I
5:45 o'clock. Tickets, which are lim-
ited to 200, may be obtained at the , 7
desk today.
"Honorary Societies" will be the top-
ic for discussion by the speakers, F
Prof. R. M. Wenley, Prof. E. N. Dur- A J
tee and Louis Haller, '4L. Maurice
Lohman, '15M, is toastmaster and Wal-
do Fellows, '14, will lead a quartet /
which will furnish the musical num-
bers.
An arrangement has been made for
a three piece orchestra to furnish mu-
sic during the dinner. The first din-
ner was not very well attended by a?
members of the lower classes, and the
committee wants the freshmen and
sophomores to feel that these dinners

PHONE 166
We want you to know
our lunches are
"that just
right kind"
the kind you've always
wished for.
116 SOUTH MAIN STREET
Coffee Roasters and

Wholesale Grocers

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S. Main St.

LET THE

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MAN

JUNIORS KEEP UP
DEMAND FOR SEATS
Junior day in.the sale of seats for
the Pennsy game yesterday brought
nearly a repetition of the enormous
demand of Monday when the distribu-
tion of tickets comntenced. Today the
sophomores will be allowed the pur-
chase of tickets and tomorrow the
freshmen will line up.
Indications now point to a capacity
crowd at the bi gme.mWil no esth$
cr w t t e b g g m . N~ i e n simate of the exact num ber disposed of
could be made by the athletic associa-
tion officials last night, it is known
that the sale has far exceeded that of
any year previous for a corresponding
period. All of the choice sections in
both the north and south stands have
been completely sold out. The best
which could be secured last night out-
side of the cheering section were seats
on the fifteen and twenty yard lines in
the north stands and but little better
on the other side of the field.
The seat sale this year has thus far
been accomplished without a hitch. A
few objections have been made' to the
necessity of standing in line for a con-
siderable length of time, but the offi-
cials have made every effortto expe-
dite the purchasing of seats and the
result has been mainly satisfactory.
r. Vaugha " Sustains Misha, in Auto.
Dr. Victor C. Vaughan, dean of the
medical department, met with a slight
accident yesterday noon when the run-
about which he was driving swerved
from the drive-way and crashed into
the front porch of his home. A num-
ber of students going to their respect-
ive homnes saw the dean's mishap and
helping hands soon had the machine
away from the framework of the porch
and on its way to the garage. Dean
Vaughan sustained no bruises and the
auto, beyond having its mud guard
bent, was not injured.
Foresters to Iiscuss Trespass Cases.
Prof. P. S. Lovejoy will talk to the
Forestry club tonight at 7:30 o'clock
in room 407 new engineering building.
He will speak of fire trespass cases
connected with the national forests.
Therm will also be a short business
meeting.

are for everybody who belongs to the
Union.
CAMPUS IN BRIEF.
-The lecture by Mr. Dallas M. Boude-
man on "Statutes of Michigan" will be
given at 3:00 o'clock today in room
I of the law building.
-All members of the Comedy club are
requested to attend today's meeting
called for 4:00 o'clock in the Cercle
Francais room, University hall. Those
who have sketches to submit for the
monthly entertainments of the club
will turn them in at this time. Plans
for the annual play will also be dis-
cussed.
-Lew Shaw, the billiard and pool ex-
pert, will give an exhibition at the
Mecca billiard rooms this afternoon
and evening and will play all comers,
100 or no score. The exhibitions will
start at 2:00 and 8:00 o'clock respect-
ively.

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TWO DAYS ONLY
Wed. Nv,4 n
MATINEESAl bunc
NGHT 1 hw
IT Of NI:Movin~g
Campus Scenes
Yost in Action
Big Double Shows

Press Your Clothes

WE DO LADIES' WORK

PRICES
Four Rows Orchestra.................
Next Four Rows Orchestra..................oo
Balance of Orchestra...... . . .
First Four Rows Balcony.................
Balance of Balcony.....,... . ...5
in the Hay..................................5
Seats Friday, 10 A. M.

PRCES
Firstf Voir Row : O-ie.ti a ............... ';
Balantce Orciustra ..................co
lirst Four Rows BIlcon oy...............O
Next Four Rows Balcony................ 5
Balance Jlalcoiy,............ ,..............5
"Ii the hay"..
Seat Sale Opens Saturday. 1 rder0 (:I--;now.

C. 1. KIDD9 '17 Lit.

1530-J

1112 S. University Ave.

ARCADIA ONE-STEP Monday Night Class at
PACKARD ACADEMY
Classes every Monday and Priday 7 P. M. Private lessons by appointment.
All late approved dances will be properly taught. Phone, 1850 J -"570 L.

--Joseph J. Bell, '13, captain of last
year's Varsity baseball team has been
appointed actuary of the Interstate
Life Insurance company, of Gaines-
ville, Florida. While in the univer-
sity Mr. Bell specialized in insurance.
-Robert Atkinson, '14E, who was op-
erated up for appendicitis Monday
night at St. Joseph hospital is reported
as having withstood the shock suc-
cessfully and doing as well as pos-
sible.
-The fresh lit class chose the fol-
lowing officers at their reelection yes-
terday : vice-president, Virginia Morse;
secretary, Kathryn Shay; oratorical
delegate, Harold Teegarden; men' :
basketball manager, Edward Barthell.
No majority was obtained for baseball
manager and choice will be made at
the first meeting of the class.
-The first business meeting of the
Cosmopolitan club will be held Fri-
day evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Cer-
cle Francais room. Plans for the
clubhouse propaganda will be discuss-
ed; and the applications for member-
ship will be formally passed upon.
The president will sketch the work of
the entire year in social and organiza-
tion activities.
-A small blaze in the furnace room
of the Delta Upsilon fraternity house,
at 1:00 o'clock Saturday night, was
extinguished without the aid of the
fire department by a hastily organized
bucket brigade. The fire originated
from a pile of ashes and the resulting
damage was nominal.
-The first class meeting of the fresh
laws will be held next Monday after-
noon at 4:00 o'clock in the law build-
ing, when the committees will be an-
nounced and discussion of a program
of social events will take place.
-Chess and Checkers club will meet
at the Union tonight, following the
membership dinner. Additional offi-
cers are to be elected and a definite
schedule announced for the tourna-
ment now in progress.
-The election of the president of the
Deutscher Verein will take place at
the meeting tomorrow evening at 7:00
o'clock in the Verein room in Univer-
sity hall.

All Seats -

WASHINCTON THEATRE
Dettoit, Mich.
JULIA BERNE
IN
"THE TALKER9"

WI KING LOO
Come Up and Try
George's Chop Suey'
DecliCous Chinese and Anicricau Dishes.
341 Soulh State Stret

- 10 Cents

Garrick Theater
DETROIT, MCHIGAN
WM. A. BRADY Presents
The Musie Festival
"Little Miss Brown"

Whitney Theatre
THREE DAYS
Fill.R Nov. 6 p8
Matinee Friday and Saturday
BoyleWo 11o lk's
PETTICOAT
30-- Count 'Em-- 30
GIRLS GALORE
Why Does a Chicken?
See the Minstrel Maids
PRICES
13 Rows Orchestra - - - 50 cents
Balance Orchestra - - - 35 cents
4 Rows Balcony - - - - 35 cents
Balance Balcony - - - 25 cents
Seats Now Selling

OF INTEREST
Edited by
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TO WOMEN.
Stylus.
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At a large mass meeting of univer-
sity women Monday afternoon tie va-
rious movements of vital interest to
the women were set forth by mem-
bers of the faculty and student body.
Dr. Elsa Pratt spoke briefly of the ob-
jects of the Health Service, which she
said were to "Create the possibility of
being well," "Teach the duty of being
well," "Teach the duty of seeing that
healthful conditions are kept." In
short to teach people to be sane in
body, mind, and morals. Margaret
Eaton outlined the work of the Univer-
sity Y. W. C. A. and expressed the
eagerness of the organization to wel-
come women of all denominations to
Newberry.
In behalf of the work of the womens'
league Catherine Reighard, chairman
of the self-government committee, ex-
plained somewhat the aims of self-
government. "Self-government is
merely i-n the making," said Miss
Reighard, "and the league is anxious
for suggestions. We want 'to enable
the women to cooperate with the au-
thorities in making right rules. It's
to be self-government, not student
government."

Miss Helen Mahon in speaking of the
new point system said- that the object
is to prevent some women being over-
worked, and to allow those who have
ability, but who lack self assertion to
have a part in the activities. Miss
Mahon invites criticism. She will be
in the league office at Barbour gymna-
sium Fridays at 10:00 o'clock.
Miss Frances Green explained the
system of faculty calling, emphasiz-
ing the fact that the faculty ladies
wish the calling to be very informal.
Miss Frances Farnham, in behalf of
athletics, asked that the women trans-
fer a little of their enthusiasm from
the football field to their own inter-
class games. A hockey match is an-
nounced for the near future.
Plans for the Newberry residence
hall for women, for which $75,000 was
donated by the Newberry estate of
Detroit, have been drawn up and ac-
cepted by the committee in charge.
The hall, which will have accommoda-
tions for fifty women, is to occupy the
site in the rear of the present athletic
association headquarters, and work
will be commenced as soon as the New-
berrys, who have just returned from
a trip abroad, are ready. Mr. Kahn of
Detroit, who managed the work of
Hill auditorium, has been selected for
architect.

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-The final meeting of the recently or-
ganized class in physical training will
be held this afternoon at 4:15 o'clock
in Waterman gym. It is intended to
offer a' regular course for those who
hope eventually to do work as physi-
cal directors.
-The generallibrary has just receiv-
ed a shipment of books for the use of
students in course 5 in the French de-
partment. There are about fifteen]
volumes from each of eight leading(

French authors.
--Out of the 212 applications for po-
sitions by new students, at the em-
ployment bureau of the -Michigan Un-
ion, 70 have been permanently placed.
-The toastmasters will hold their
re ular monthly dinner at the Michi-
gaxi Union, Thursday night.
-Xallace Weber, '12, formerly on The
Michigan Daily staff, has returned to
college to take up an advanced course-
in forestry.

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