+Es," W ilurlw 11.L S r RE-
.9 at the Whitney theater'.
True sociability, characterized the
Women's league party given at 4
o'clock Friday afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium. Marion Wean '21, Leonaj
Wright, '23, and Dordthy Jones, '23,
laid bare the facts of the past and the
mysteries of- the future at the palm
reading booth. There was good music
for the worshippers of terpsichore.
Tea was served, Mrs. Dow, Mrs. Lom-
bard, and Mrs. Waite persiding at the
Upperclass girls who entered the
University this year for the first time
,are . invited to attend a tea dance
which the intercollegiate committee
of the Women's league will give from
2:30 to 5 o'clock Saturday afternoon
at Helen Newberry residence. Senior
girls who had advisees assigned o
them during registration week are
;members of this committee and are
asked to come early to the tea In
order to act as hostesses.,
The board of directors of the Wom-
en's league is asked to meet at 9
o'clock Saturday morning in Barbour
The play reading class of Masques
which was .postponed Tuesday be-
cause of the armistice. celebration
will meet at 4 o'clock Monday in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall. The coach
and cast committee 'will meet with
the class to hear the reading of
"Dolls," the play to be given in De-
cember. The stage committee should
come prepared for work at 9 o'clock
Any girls who wish interviews with
Dr. Ida Kahn or Dr. Tomo Inuye may
have them by calling Newberry hall,
phone 208.'The hours for interviews
are from 9 to 12 o'clock on Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and
The senior advisors of the .four
freshman houses will meet at 10:30
QUARTETTE SAILS TOY BOATS
IN QUARTERDECK INITIATION
Tied to anchors so that they would
not blow away, four engineers sailed
their little boats in dish pans under-
neath the Engineering arch Thurs-
The occasion for the naval train-
ing was offered by the Quarterdeck
society, which was training the neo-
phytes. The men initiated were: J.
T. Ballard, '20E, E. W. Christie, '21E,
. W. Porter, '21E, and P. Z: Welton,
After further nautical training in
-the naval tank room the men were
entertaed at a b nquet in Cutting's
cafe. Prof. E. M. Bragg spoke at the
The Michigan Daily, delivered to
your door daily except Monday, $3.50
lR * !4 -OL
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Makes You Fore Your Trouble
Prices; 50 cto $200
Dinners. Lunches Confectioner
Ice Cream, Delicious Sodas
We Make our own Cream.
Orders solicited from Fraternities a
Sororities. 218 S. Main Phone 14
- . -
Thursday, November 20
Messrs. Lee and J. J. Shubert Present
that only you can give.
721 N. UNIVERSITY AVE
F. B.; Quinneth Summers, Goal. Girls
who made the second team are as
follows: :Helen Master,. Helen Koch,'
Marion Spalding, Jessie Spiker, and
Senior 'teams: Sue Verlinden, C.
F.; Florence Field, R. I.; Grace Hall,
L. I.; ;Ruth Abbott,. R. W.; Marjorie
Van Norman, L. W.; Dorothy Jones, C.
H. B.; Lucy Huffman, R. H. B.; El-
sid. Erleyr L. H. B.; Ruth Jennings,
R. F. B.; Anna Kirkpatrick, L. F. B.;
Marie Thorpe, Goal. Senior girls
making second team are as follows:'
Dorothea Dawson and Helen Holmes.
A COMEDY BY RACHAEL CROTHERS
(Authoress of "Old Lady 31" and "A Little Journey")
-- with -
Henry Hull and Constance Binney
With a Brilliant Supporting Company, Including Alison Ski
worth, Lucia Moore, Edith Gresham, Mildred Arde
Blanche Frederici, Victor Sutherland, and Albert Carro
AJORITY OF JUNIORS FAIL.
TO PAY THEIR SOCIAL FEES
MAIL ORDERS NOW
LOWER FLOOR, $2.00
L. F.; El-
Figures show that junior girls are
not paying their annual tax, as -they.
should. Only 291 of the 376 girls in
the class have still to pay the 50
cents due this year for the social ac-
tivties of junior women in the Univer-
sity. The junior girls' teas in Barbour
gymnasium .constitute part of the ex-
penses paid by tl is tax.
Opportunity to pay this fee will
again be offered from 8 to 3 o'clock
cFox, UI monay n U university nai U
ermuth, Former. Students Visit Campus
Ruth Kemper Sigler, '15, of Detroit is
R. H; }visiting friends here for a short time.
therineJ Margaret Wikoff, '19, of Pittsburg
Edon, L. is the guest '.of- friends here.
Bob Glenn, ,'19, captain. of the 1918
ries, C.. baseball team,.'stopped off here en
R. L; routp to the Oregon Agricultural
Beck- school, where he has accepted a po-
W.; sition as instructor of civil engineer-
ae Gra- ing.r zt D
haw, L. Patronize the Daily Adv'ertisers.
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JOHN CORT MUSICAL COM
MUSIC BY ALEXANDER
BOOK AND LYRICS BY
WM CAREY DUNCAN
THE PRETTIEST MUSIC SINCE THE MERRY WIDOW
some extra special bargains
NS & PERSH;NG
Near State J PHONE 1023-
e to engag-e
can be done in spare
land Publishers Ser-
3oylston St., Boston,
k, $100 a month,
off,; use of family
Call Arcade The-
[r. and Mrs. Carter
y or Saturday at
Lpianist and music
lay both cassic and
e of rooms or light
oms by mother and
WANTED-Two tickets for the Min-
nesota Game. Call' Hagamier at
WANTED-A young lady to do sten-
ographic work by half day or py the
hour. Apply Mack & Co.
WANTED-Six tickets' for Minnesota
game. Phone No. 100. Ypsilanti.
WANTED-Two or three seats for the
Mich.-Minn. Game. Box U,.Daily,
WANTED-Two three, or four tickets
to Minnesota game. Phone 1222.
LOST AND FOUND
LO ST-On campus Wednesday morn-
ing, an Alpha Epsilon*Iota sorority
pin. Owner's name on back. Re-
ward. Phone 713-W.
LOST-Gold hat-pin with turqouise
(blue) end. 514-W. Mrs. Inez Bathe.
FOR SALE-Sweet cider delivered in
10 gal. or over. Phone 1514-W. C.
Klager, 617 South Main St.
A CAST OF DISTINCTION WITHI
A ATO MLLE THERESE QUADRE
FROM THE COMEbIE FRANCAISE PARIS
FIRST AMERICAN TOUR
SEATS SALE OPENS MONDAY.
MAIL ORDERS. NOW
PRICES -75 cents-T o $~