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Dr. Kahn Finds
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Dr. Ida Kahn, '97, when asked howu
the campus appeared - to her now,
said, "The campus looks very chang-
ed. It seems crowded with all its
handsome, new buildings, which also
tend to make it look smaller. Former-
ly there was more open space and
many trees, and it appeared very
large. The great changes that have
taken place make me feel bewil-
dered'
Of the appearances of the atudents
she said, "The students look younger
to me now than they did when I was

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here, but, I suppose that is because I
am older. However, it is not all that,
for 'I think the caps that the boys
wear now tend to make them look1
very young. There were no such
things as to.ques or freshman caps
when I was here."
She expressed her satisfaction at
the number of Chinese students who
are at present attending the Univer-
sity, and said that she hoped that as
time went on the number would be-
come greater. "There are at pres-
ent 2,000 Chinese students in the
United States, 200 of whom are girls.
Soon I hope there will be many
more,"
One interesting fact that she men-'
tioned etas that in *almost all Chinese
colleges the studies are pursued en-
tirely in English. "English is used
altogether in the more advanced col-
leges in China. This is because Eng-.
lish is the most widely spoken lan-
guage," said Doctor Kahn.y
"We send our young people to Amer-
ican colleges so that they may catch
the American spirit of progress. We
want them to carry back with them
to old China the spirit of young Amer-.
ica,"-she said in conclusion.
DETROIT AND WAYNE COUNTY
SUFFRAGE LEAGUES MERGE
Massing of women's efforts upon
legislation peculiarly affecting the
welfare of women and children is to
be the aim of a newly formed organ-
ization, the Detroit League of Women
Voters, which has sprung from the
merging of the Equal Suffrage league
6f Wayne county.-1
This organization held a mass
meeting at the Statler hotel last
week, at which time tentative plans
for the future program were laid
and talks on the vital needs for wom-
en which must be taken care of by
legislation were given.
Did our team win? Don't ask ques-
tions, read the Michigan Daily. :Alla

Spanish In Name
But NotIn Nature
"Joint Owners in Spain," to be given
by Masques at 4:15 o'clock on Friday
in Barbour gymnasium before the
members of the Women's league, is
not a romantic story of sunny Spain
nor a thriller of the Spanish main
with pirates and galleons full of
gold. One of the committee of the
Women's league in charge of posters,
who had not read the play but had
imagined it a really Spanish romance,
made a whole set of posters that will
have to be laid aside until Masques
finds a play to fit.
The plot of "Joint Owners in
Spain" is an amusing story of two
disagreeable old ladies who, having
been forced to live in the same room
in the old ladies' home, divide the
simple little room by an imaginary
chalk mark in order that each may
live in peace in her own room. .
Members of Masques will meet to
have their picture for the Michigan-'
ensian taken at 12:30 o'clock on Fri-
day at White's studio.
CENTRAL LEAGUE
DEBATERS QUALIFY
Twelve students qualified in the
preliminary tryout for places on the
Central league debating teams held
by Prof. R. K. Immen last Saturday
morning. Further competition for
the six places on the teams and the
two positions as alternates will be
held promptly at 8 o'clock next Satur-
day morning in room 302, Mason hall.
The test will include seven minute
speeches followed by separate five
minute rebuttals. The names of those
who will take part in the final contest
dn the order of their appearance area
as follows: M. Youngjohn; David
Watts, ';21; Earl Miles, '21;~ W. P.'
Sandford, .'20; Jacob Goshkin, '20;
Anna McGurk; '20; C. V. Crossley;
Ida E. Gratton, '20; Wade Connell,
'21; Earl Dunn, '20; Earl Boxell, '21;
and Claud Benner, '20.

Freshman Houses Mak Debut
Girls of the four all-freshman Uni-
versity houses made their debut in the
freshman social whirl yesterday by
an informal afternoon at the 4. F.
Adams house on State street, Mildred
Suit, Marion Martin and Dorothy
Pierson acting as hostesses. The house;
was decorated with a variety of
chrysanthemums, sent by Mrs. Myra
B. Jordan. Following refreshments,
an hour's dancing was enjoyed.
Oklahoma Women Earn Expenses
At the University of Oklahoma, 84
women are making expenses by
working. Sixty-four are doing cleric-
al work, 12 are doing house work, and
eight are carrying on odd jobs such
as ty ing, correspondence filing, and
sewi g.
Patronize the Daily Aivertisers..

Mrs. C. Hornboten, '99, of Mar-
quette is visiting friends in Ann Ar-
bor.
Dorothy Shields, '19, of Houghton is
spending a few days here as the guest
of friends.
Pay your subscription to the Daily..

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Mrs. Ada Caldwell, national
president of Chi Omega, is the
of her chapter here.

Dyme Bodenstab, '19, and Merlin
Hamilton of Detroit were married Sat-
urday, Nov. 14, at the St. Albans
Episcopal church, Highland Park. Otis
N. Auer, '18P, and Milton Rybolt, '18,
acted as ushers.

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to last.

River.

There will be a hockey game at 3
o'clock Wednesday afternoon between
the freshman and sophomore teams.
This is the second of the three
games for the, cup.
Indoor gymnasium classes will be-
gin Thursday. All girls are respon-
sible for attendance at this first
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Also Star Comedy, "GOOD NIGHT
and Weekly

LADIES"

FRIDAY and SATURDAY

All University girls who play either
bapjos or guitars are requested to
meet at 7 o'block Wednesday evening
in the Women's league room in Uni-
versity hall.
Assignments for indoor classes will
be posted in Barbour gymnasium
Wednesday morning. All girls will
be held responsible for their assign-
ments as posted.

EARLE WILLIAMS

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ELSIE JANIS, "A REGULAR GIRL" in a
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Big Reductions on All Wool Suits in
House

Dr. Ida Kahn,'96M, will speak at
the Y. W. C. A. vesper services at
4:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at
Newberry hall. She will talk of her
work in China. Miss Strong, of the
University School of Music will sing.
A social half hour will follow vespers.
Sophomore girls who have failed
to claim clothes left in lockers at
Barbour gymnasium last year will
have a chance to get them on Wed-
nesday. This is the last opportunity
for this year.
"Joint Owners in Spain," will be
played by Masques society at the Wo-
men's league party at 4 o'clock Fri-
day in Barbour gymnasium.
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, Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday mornings.
BUREAU TO SUPPLY BOTH MEN
AND WOMEN WITH POSITIONS
College nmen seeking employment are
to be assisted by college women, ac-
cording to the plans %of the National
Committee of Bureaus of Occupation
for Trained Women, which is meet-
ing in Chicago. As soon as complete
details. can be arranged with col-
leges, the service will be opened.
The Michigan Daily, delivered to
your door daily except Monday, $8.50
a year.-AdY.

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WANTED- Belated alumnus wants
four tickets for the Minnesota game.
Call S. L. Hudd, 514 Thompson St.
Phone 1505.
WANTED-Two tickets for Minnesota
Game. Dr. Harry E. Myron, Meisel
Bldg., Port Huron, Mich,.
WANTED-Pupils for tutoring or pri-.
vate lessons in elementary French.
Call Box W, Michigan Daily..
WANTED-Rooms for Fri. and Sat.,
Nov. 21 and 22. Call 1484.
WANTED-Two three, or four tickets
to Minnesota game. Phone 1222.
WAN ED-One or two tickets for the
lnnesota gane. Call Ware, 1366.
WANTED--Two Tickets for Minnesota
game. Phone 1911-J.
WANTED-A navy pea-jacket. Call
2024-R.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Almost new Hart Schaff-
ner &-Marx Tuxedo. 30 waist. Cur-
ley, 1074-M> 5:30.

LOST AND FOUJND
LOST-Blaci leather'Pocketbook con-
taining check, cash and Union card.
Will-identify. Reward. B. E. Schu-
macker. Phone 63.
LOST--Brindel bull dog. Front paws
white, black leather collar with
brass studs.' Phone 1830-J or 733
E. University Ave. Reward.
.LOST--Lady's gold watch on, ribbon
wrist strap. Monogram H. C. V.
Reward., Call 4 -W. Chadwick.
LOST-Purse containing watch and
money. Reward. Box V, Daily.
LOST-- Masonic pin, Thirty-second
decree. Please call 740-M.
FOR RENT
ROOMS FOR RENT-Room in modern
home near University for one or
two studious young men. Must ans-
wer with reference. Address Mod-
ern Home, Michigan Daily.
FOR RENT --Until September, five
room house newly decorated, choice

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entire lot of wool suits is included in this sale.

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There are trim straight line suits with conservative but distinctive finishing touches--
er ripple models with dash and swing-severe mannish -suits in novelty weaves-all
ving that extreme qiality expressed by carefulness in details-quality that is found in gar-
ts showing excellence of design, materials and workmanship.

0.00 for $27.50.
0.00'suits for $59.50.

$65.00 to $75.00 suits for $39.50.
$110.00 to $120.00 suits for $69.50.

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