onday and Thursday, 8 to
ackard. Private lessons by
OLLADAY'S CANDIES of
Gn urI N AT
TParis, Ky. Fresh every week.
117 So. Main St.-Adv.
Stephen Schaible. Piano
eleven years. 414 Detroit St.
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FIFTY U. OF X. V
Dean Myra B. Jo
from, Kalamazoo, wI
attending the Stat
Women's clubs. M
'20, and Elsie Erle
ben in attendance t
tatives of the Unive
The Women's lea
tinction of having
bership of any or,
so had the younge
of the 450 women
19N 1 SIRS. L. D. 'FINES TO GIVE TEA Colg teI versity hall
FOR SYMPHONIC LEAGUE GIRLS CN ts march wit
Mrs. L. D. Wines will give a tea Monday's tryout for
from 4 to 6 o'clock Thursday after- Girls' Glee Olub brought out a large WOULD
noon at her home at 1208 Hill ave- number of candidates. Another try- k
rOMEN ATTEND; nue for the girls of the Symphonic out will be held Friday afternoon from Nearly 1
ELATES ARE league to meet Mrs. Carter, Mrs. 4 to 5 o'clock at Miss Hunt's studio tryouts hel
Wheeler, the Advisory board, and the in the University School of Music. ernoon in;
EST women of the faculty of the Univer- Owing tot
sity School of Music. Tryouts for Masques have bee¢t who werec
rdan has returned "The Symphonic league," said Mrs. postponed until Saturday morning the society
here she has been Bacher, president of the organization, from 9 to 11, and Tuesday afternoon everyone a
e Federation of ("is to he women of the School of at. 4 o'clock, at Sara Caswell Angell have been
arguerite Chapin, Music what the Women's league is to hall. which will
y, '20, have also the women of the rest of the Uni- . girls eachc
here as represen- versity." University girls are needed by the good in th
ersity of Michigan Mrs. Wheeler is the wife of the Red Cross for case work. Please re- selected f
head of the vocal department of the port at Red Cross headquarters on will take p
igue had the dis- School of Music. Mrs. Carter is the South State street. and fromv
the largest mem- 1 wife of the head of the public scbool the club a
ganization; it al- methods department. Menrbers of the Association of Col-
st delegates. Out -- - ----- legiate alumnae who desire to attend Have you
present, 60 were Read the Michigan Daily for Campus Convocation 'exercises are to assem- ly Apply
00 girls showed
1d by Ma'ques T
Sarah Caswell I
the large numb
candidates for a
y, it was diffit
fair chance. '
divided into th
day. Those who
or the final tr:
place the first of
which the new
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Daily office bet
Michigan women. On Tuesday after-
noon a meeting of all college women
was- held, presided over .by Mrs. F.
H. Hendricks, a Michigan graduate.
Loans and scholarship funds ewre
discussed and a report on Alumnae
residence in Ann Arbor read.
Wednesday afternoon Dean Jordan
reported on the Lucinda Stone fund
which was established, in 1906 by the
State Federation, having a principal
of $5,000. During 1918-1919, $1,100
of this was loaned to 11 girls, eight
being seniors. Dean Jordan also
spoke of the Alice Freeman Palmer
fund of $5,000, $1,600 of this being
donated by the Federation and $3,400
by friends and classmates of Alice
Freeman Palmer. The income of
this fund is for use of women of
the graduate school.
Y. W. C. A. Membership Reaches 1,204!
Twelve hundred new Y. W. C. A.
memberships resulted from the week's
campaign. This was the total num-
b r at 6 o'clock Thursday. Of these,
1,685 are University and School of
Music girls. Horatia Corbin won 15
new members, more than any other
University campaigner. Many will
One hundred forty-one nurses out
of 150 are new members, while they
expect to make a 100 per cent tour-
row. Lucile Ohiand made.a record
with 27 new members to her credit.
The Michigan Daily, the only morn-
ing paper in Ann Arbor, contains all
the latest campus, city, and world
EVERY SATURDAY EVENING
Limited to 65 Couples
ble west of the north wing of Uni- 5.-Adv.
DRUMS AND MEL S
COMES THIS WEEK?
Birthday and wedding
anniversaries are always here
and with them the problems
of a suitable gift.
Your gift is assured indi-
viduality If selected at
The Bleazby Shop of Gifts
9 East Adams Ave.
Chaperones by Dean Jordan
TICKETS NOW ON SALE
At Busy Bye, Caulkin's.Packard Street Drug Store -
AUSPICES OF THE UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
Nov. 6-ALLESANDRO BONCI
Celebrated Italian opera star and singer of songs, as-
sisted by ELEANOR BROCK, distinguished Amer-
Dec. -15-NEW YORK CHAMBER
'CAROLYN BEEBE, Pianist and Director. Elev-
en famous musicians in a program of soli, duets, trios
and other ensemble numbers, involving violins, viola,
double bass, bassoon, clarinet, flute, etc.
Jan. 23-MISCHA LEVITSKI
Russian Pianist, who ranks among the world's lead-
feb. 28--CAROLINA LAZZARI
Prima Donna Contralto of the Metropolitan C
Company, late of the Chicago Opera Company.
artist who possesses art, poise, intelligence and
desirable qualities, to a degree which has= made
April 1-TRIO DE LUTECE
A renowned ensemble combination which alwa'
lights its hear rs, consisting of GEORGE I
RERE, Flutist; CARLOS SALZEDO, H
and PAUL KEFER, 'Cellist, in, a brilliant pr
of soli, duets, and trios.
MAIL ORDERS for course tickets at $3.50, $3.00, $2.50, $2.00 wiLl be filled in t
order of receipt and will be sent out about November 1.
PUBLIC SAITE of all tickets not ordered by mail, Hill Auditorium Box Offi
Saturday, October 25, 8 to 12; thereafter at School of Music.
Address orders to Charles A. Sink, Secretary, University School of Music, A