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are invited to attend a tea dansant
swhich the intercollegiate committee
pf the Women's league will give from
2:30 to 5 o'clock on Saturday after-
noon at Newberry residence. 'All sen-
Dior girls who had advisees assigned to
$hem during registration, week are
members of this committee, and they
,are asked to come early to the tea
,to act as hostesses. ,
Morterboard pictures will be taken
at 12 o'clock Thursday at" Rentsch-
ler's studio.
CHICAGO ALUMNAE GIVE U. OF' 1.
WOMEN VISITORS LUNCHEON

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Opportunity is now offerel Univer-
sity women with artistic ability to do
something in the way of social serv-
ice. This work consists of making
hand painted cards for the Thanks-
giving diner trays of the patients at l
the University and Homeopathic hos-
pitals. The work is done under' the
auspices of the Y. W. C. A.
Last year enough cards were made
for everyone in the University hospi-
tal. This year, it is 'hoped, both' hos-
pitals will be sgpplied.
The cards are being decorated with
pictures and verses suitable to the
occasion. The work may be done in
,spare hours at home. Twelve cards
'is the average number taken by each
applicant. Girls are asked to call
at Newberry hall' for instruction and
materials. /

The judges wi
Studio, Professors.

OF PHOTOGRAPI
The Advertisement
There must be NO p
All copy must be d
ington St., by November
The writer of the bE
$25.00. The writers of
ceive $5.00 in trade at ti

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ed from all fresh-
sophomore girls.
s lecture last year
it up.

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meeting will
Thursday at

You will now find i
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University houses
o'clock Thursdaye
n Myra B. Jordan's

will
after-
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ested to pay
ts Thursday
versity hall.
sophomores

Michigan alumnae at Chicago en-
tertained aeveral Women from the
University at a luncheon which was
held on Saturday at noon in Ida Noyes
!hall.
Marguerite Chapin, '20, president of
the Women's league, represented the
under-graduates. She told the alum-
nae of the enormous increase in en-
rollment this year, and how the Uni-
'versity' solved the problem of hous-
ing the women. The Chicago women
consdered this arrangement as a de-
cided improvement over the plan that
was in, operation when they attend-
ed the University of Michigan.
Different banches of the League
were discussed, the vocational, con-
ferences, dramatics, the Intercol-
llegiate committee, and the Life Mem-
bership committee, and social actixi-
ities which are for the purpose of cre-
ating a spirit of good fellowship on
the campus. The Chicago alumnae
expressed a desire to do anything
,that they ,could to help tfle League
in its undertakings.
TEACHERS' BLANKS AVAILABLE
NOW AT APPOINTMENT OFFICE

gue tea party will
lock. on Friday in
m. There will be

DEAN JORDAN WARNS AGAINST
BECOMING TOO SELF-CENTERED
"Don't become self-centered" was
the message Dean Myra B. Jordan
conveyed to- her audience at Vesper
services held at 4:30 o'clock Wednes-
day at Newberry hall. "Unless we
reach out and, grow mentally, physic-
ally, and spiritually we have failed to
reach our highest development. To
develop physically, we exercise. To
develop mentally s we must study.
Many are apt to take the line of least
resistance in' seleeting studies. That
person I call an intellectual slacker.
Tg develop spiritually requires ef-
fort, but brings out our finest and
noblest qualities. Develop all three
sides."
Miss Nora Crane Hunt of the Uni-
versity School of Music, s'ang. She
was accompanied by Miss Clark.
ANN ARBOR CHOP SUEY
Excellent CHOP SUEY from
11:80 a. m. to midnight
Steaks and Chops 814 S. State
J. L. CHAPMAN
JEWELER
For Reliability 113 S. Main
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TICKETS-$1.00,
still available at.,$4.50

The

vent committee held its
or enrollment Wednes-
n Tappan hall. At that
blanks were given out
s about filling them in.
der of the week, per-
can be obtained from
in the Registrar's bf-
desiring to enroll for
'ebruary or September
to fill in the blanks
the office will be open
'clock in the morning
to 5 o'clock in the aft-
i4 exception of Satur-
fice will close at 12:30

School of Music.

PHONE'
ORDWR
'PROMPTLY
FILLED

y

xook, $100 a month,
on off; use of family
ay. Call Arcade The-
Mr. and Mrs. Carter
day or Saturday at
8:30 p.m. I
lent for part time work'
rg Shops. Must have
i Mechanical Drafting
Sutp. of Shops in aft-
buy one, two or three
he Minnesota game.
r. McLain or leave at

Masques Announces Committee Meets
The play-reading class of Masques
which was postponed Tuesday be-
cause of Armistice' Day celebration
will meet at 4 o'clock Monday in Sara
Caswell Angell hall. The coach and
cast committees will meet with the
class to hear the reading of "Dolls,"
the play to be given Dec. 12. The
costume and property committees will
meet the director at 5 o'clock Thurs-
day and the stage committee will re-
port for work at 9 o'clock Saturday
morning.
Cosmo Club to Hear Prof. Friday
Prof. David Friday will speak before
the weekly meeting of the Cosmopoli-
tan club at 7:30 o'clock Friday eve-
ning in University hall on "Democ-
racy." Members of the club extend
an invitation to the public to wear
Professor Friday's speech.
Graduates Visit in Ann Arbor
Harold H. Thurlby, '17, of Hudson
has been the guest- of friends here the
past few days.
Clarissa Vyn, '1$, of Detroit is vis-
iting friends in' Ann Arbor.
SPECIAL ENROLLMENT FOR
WOMEN TODAY
- ,
The advanced Students' Danc-
ing Class being formed at the
Old Union Dance Hall will be
held on Tuesday and Thursday
this term so as not to conflict
with League House meetings.
There are already forty wo-
men enrolled, but since tonight
sixty men finish the beginners'
class which has been held for
the past month, and are now
ready to take up the latest steps
and variations which will be
taught in the # advanced class,
there is room for a number
more women to enroll.
A special enrollment will be
held this afternoon from twq to
four o'clock for women in the
reading room of Nowberry Hall.
The class is exclusively for
university men and women, and
the lessons are only for mem-

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