speak arid Miss Nora Crane WHunt, of n
the University School of Music, wills a a e I O a NZ
sing. All women of the University are
invited. GIRLS RESERVE CLUB
Junior and senior hockey practice,
will be held at 4 o'clock Wednesday. IDEALS AND ORGANIZATION TO BE
Florence Paddack, '17, ,Tanet Mc-
Farland, '17, Evalyn Moore, '17, all
of Detroit, and Beulah Phillips, et-
17, of Pontiac, were guests at' New-
berry residence over the, week end.
Mrs. E. R. Warner and Miss Edith
Warners of Jackson, spent Saturday
with Ed. Warner.
Ruth Sems, '16, Ruth Daily, '19, Bet-
ty Upright, ex-'19, Margaret Douglas,
'18, Zelpha Pallister, '18, all of De-
troit, yela Dischinger, '19, of Port
Clinton, Ohio, Carpline Wittman, '19,
of Toledo, ands Ada Inglis, '15, of Bat-
tle Creek were here over the week
end as the guests of friends.
Lyndon and Compar
Ann Arbor's ExclusIve Ko
and Finishing Shop
Eastman Kodaks and Supplies
Expert Amateur Finishing by most
Two Doors West of Hill Auditoriu
ieeting will be
at were left in
ie gotten from
ay, Oct. 24, at
be held Wed-
B. Jordan will
Lockers will be given out Wednesday
afternoon and Friday morning at Bar-
bour'gymnasium. Clothes will be sold
at all other 'times.
Final tryouts for the University
Girls' Glee club will be held from 4
to 5 o'clock Monday afternoon in Miss
Nora Crane Hunt's studio, in the Uni-
versity School of Music.
The Michigan Daily, delivered to
your door daily except Monday, $3.50
3TOBER 26 .1
THE- K- l
SIMILAR TO CAMP FIRE
Under the direction of Miss Lucile
Litaker, the new city Y. W. C. A. sec-
retary .for girls' work, 12 Girls' Re-
serve clubs will be organized. These
clubs are for school girls and employ-
ed girls between the ages of 10 and
18. The organization is similar to
that of the Camp Fire girls but elim-
inates much of the expense connect-
ed with being a Camp Fire girl. The
insigniato be worn is a "G. R.," which
each girl must herself embroider on
tie and arm-band.
The purpose of the Girl Reserves is
to give girls through normal, natural
activities, the habits, insights, and
ideas *hich will make them responsi-
ble women, capable and ready to help
make America more true to its best
hope and traditions.
University Women to Help
Miss Litaker will'be further assist-
ed in this work by University women
m'any of whom, according to Miss
Florence FIide, 4general secretary of
the City Y. W. C. A., are now ren-
dering valuable assistance and co-
DEAN MYRA B. JORDAN GIVES
SUPPER FOR HOUSE HEADS
The heads of 60 University houses
were entertained at a supper given by
Dean Myra B. Jordan on Tuesday eve-
ning in Barbour gymnasium. After
the social time a business meeting was
held, for the purpose of discussing
house problems, and organization of
The following girls were elected
to offices for the coming year: presi-
dent, Mildred Harris, '21, Anderson
house secretary-treasurer, Vera Jane,
'20, Fox house.
Have your typewriting done by Kel-
ly. Apply blaly office between one and
'Virginia Straughn, '16, of Flint, was
In Ann Arbor Saturday for the game.
D H. Meloche, '15, C. G. Schoeffel,
'16, W. H. Graves, '19, all of Detroit,
C. A. Fisher, '04, of Steubensville,
Ollio, and A. W. Ropb, '08, of Jack-
son, visited here over Saturday and
Herbert Trix, '12E, Robert Loiimerj
ex'19, Sidney Steen, '16E, Arthur Mon-
iger, '16A, Holland Cowen, '19, Wm.
Palmer, '15, all from Detroit, and
Wm. Plummer, ex-'20, of Los Angeles,
were. here for the M. A. C. game.
Rhea Barbarin, '19, Alice Paul, '19,
Evadne Wright, '19, all of Detroit
Mrs. Roberta Skinner, '17, of Lansing,
and Mildred kolb, '15, of Battle Creek,
spent the week end in Ann Arbor.
AE W FALL OOT
Eva Bowen, '18, Margaret
'18, Ann Christiansen, '18,
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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
e 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 Opera
Company, late of the Chicago Opera Company. An
artist who possesses art poise, intelligence and. other
desirable qualities, 'to a degree which has made her
April 1-TRIO DE LUTECE
A renowned ensemble combination which always de-
lights its hearers, consisting of GEORGE %BAR-
RERE, Flutist; CARLOS SALZEDO, Harpist;
and PAUL KEFER, 'Cellist, in a brilliant program
of soli, duets, and triqs.
MAIL ORDERS for course tickets at $3.50, $3.00, $2.50, $2.06 will be filled in the
order of receipt and will be sent out about November L
PUBLIC SALE of all tickets not ordered by nail, Hill Auditorium Box Office,
saturday, October 25, 8 to 12; thereafter at School of Music.
Address orders to Charles A. Sirk, Secretary, University School of Music, Ann