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rsity Women

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cast was coached by Sue Ver-
n, '20; costumes were planned
arriet Gustin, '22, staging su-
ed by Frances Stevens, '21, and
rties in charge of Ethel Glauz
Grad. Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson,
or .of Masques, had supervision
entre performance.
College Notes.

I'

Campus News
Miss Lucy Elliot, former social di-
rector of- Helen Newberry. Residence,
is spending the weekend at the dorm-
itory. Miss Hope Conklin, the present
social director will entertain some
of Miss Elliot's friends at dinner on
Sunday.
Helen Humphreys, '16, of Van Wert,
Ohio, former president of the Women's'
league, is visiting her brother, Prof.
W. R. Humphreys, of 1435 Cambridge
road. Since her graduation she has
been in training in Toronto, Canada,
where she learned' the principles of
reconstruction work. For the past few
months she has held a position in the
general hospitals at Rahway, New
Jersey.
Sarah Waite, '10, of Toledo, is here'
for the game today.

to take aesthetic
or swimming,
ce on lists posted

up game between sophomore'
for hockey teams will be play-
o'clock Wednesday afternoon
er field.
e interested in doing volunt-
ring in Latin or French will
ee Marjorie Van Norman, '20,,
at Newberry hall.
laptist guild invites students
Dr. Joseph C. Robbins at an
1 reception at 5:30 o'clock
evening in the church parlors.
AE HOUSE OPEN FOR
rOIEN DURING HO(LIDAYS
a Cook building and Helen
y residence will not be open
the Christmas vacation, and
reason the Board of Govern-
he Alumnae house has 'decid-
eep that house open -for the
io are remaining in Ann Ar-.
nigh the 'Christmas weeksl.
se will accommodate about 15
oms will be $3 a week, and
11 be an opportunity for girls
heir own breakfasts and pos-
ppers in the house. Appli-
r rooms in this house should
to Dean Myra -B. Jordan.

IF YOU ARE IN THE BLOCK "A"
.-Get into the true Michigan spirit
and the spirit of the 'Block "l."
2-On taking your seat remove the
flag from where you will find it tack-
ed to the bench.
3-Get that spirit just a little more.
4-When the "Yellow and Blue" is
sung between halves rise, and with
your head uncovered hold the flag
directly in front of you on a level with
your chin. Hold it there during the
entire time that the song is being
sung. Keep your flag still during this
time, don't wave it.
5-Keep that spirit.
MICHIGAN YELLS
LOCOMOTIVE
Rah! Rahl Rah! Rah!
Michigan! Michigan!
Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah!
Michigan! Michigan!
Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah!
Michigan! Michigan!
RAH!
S...s...s....s....s....s....s
Um. ..m....M....M....M.. .m
Ah.......h....h. h. ...
Whistle
Michigan!
MICHIGAN HURRY
Michigan Hurry! Michigan Hurry!
Hurry Up, Michigan!

Fight'.Fi'ght'. Fight!
Fight!.Fight'.Fight!
Fight!'..Fight' ..Fight!
(Repeatied at will)
U. OF M.
U. of M., Rah! Rah!
U. of M., Rah! Rah!
Hoorah! Hoorah!
Michigan, Rah! Rah!
TEAM YELL

Rah! Rah!
left right
Michi .. gan!
left right

Rah!
left
Michi
left

r

Yea Team!
Yea Team!
Yea Team!
Fight 'em!

Rah!
left

Rah! Rah!
right . left

FIGHT

Fight 'em!'

Fight 'em!

Dr. John M. Foley, '12, and
.Foley, '12, of .Rochester, N. ,Y.,c
Fridays for a week-end visit in
Arbor.

BLOCK THAT KICK
Block That Kihk!
Block That Kick!
Block That Kick!
(Repeated at will)
HOLD
Hold....Hold.... Hold.
Hold.. ...Hold,.. .Hold..,.
-Hold....Hold ...Hold..
(Repeated at will)
SIREN
R..r..r....r..r..r a h
Michigan Rah!
R. .r.r. r..r. .r. .r a h !
Michigan 1Rah!
R..r..r..r...r..r..r a h.!
Michigan Rah!
LOCOMOTIVE, USING BLOCK "M"
A locomotive yell will be given us-
ing the flags as follows: bold all
flags up forming the Block "M"; on
the first "rah" move the flags in rythm

to your left, in front o
height with your neight
On thetnext "rah" move
completely to your rigJ
are not in time the eni
be lost. The method
shown below:

LOCOMTIVE,
A locomotive
alternate stands
the yell with t
first "rah," the
second "rah," et
Rahi! , Rah!
north south
Michi .. gan!
north south

On the last "rah" wave
above your head.

Mrs.
came
Ann

Mrs. Harry Gault, '15, of Flint, is
visiting friends here over this week-
end.-
Mrs. Andrew Thomas, ex-'20, of Port
Huron,.is spending a few days in Ann
Arbor.
Floyd A. Rowe, '07E, came from his
home in Lansing Friday, for the game
today.

Rah!
north

Rah!
south

This yell must be

4? I IMq IIA

Ed Hughit, '15E, of Buffalo,
iting here this weekend.

1i

vis-

telephone and telegraph alcoves, con-
ference rooms, reading room, library,
morgue and wash rooms,
If you aren't satisfied, we can't be.
We make "Portraita that Please" you1
at Derr Studio.-Adv.1
Pay your subscription.

-LISTEN! The difference between a
Capitalist and Poor man is: When a
man earns $1 and spends 99 cents, he
is on the road of becoming a Capital-
ist. When he earns $1..and spends $1.01
he'is destined to die poor. Invest with
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terest you earn, will soon make you a

Capitalist. Risk yourD
schemes, hoping to bee
and you will be like
earns $1 and spends
him hopelessly in d
HERBST, Secy. and' A
Bank Bldg.-Adv.

L. E. Carrol, '17, of Lockport, N. .Y.,j
Is spending a few days in Ann Arbor.
Mildred .Kirkpatrick, '19, of Battle
Creek, is here for the Minnesota gane.

Patronize our

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'83L, of Detroit,
,ughters today.
came from Day-
the weekend.
of Qunicy, Ill.,
s here for a few

Do Your
Christmas
Shopping
Early

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Avery Hopwood, '05, of New York
ity, is spending 'several' days in Ann

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Shipnan, '18,
, of Hastings,

and Mrs.
are here

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MILLINERY

for the game.
J. C. T-ravis, '94, of- Laporte, Ind.,
is a weekend guest here.
Marion Henderson, '19, of Detroit, is
the guest of friends here for the garne.
Roy Pickett, ex-'20, of Clyde, Ohio,
came to Ann Arbor Friday for several
days visit.
College Exchanges'
Ohio-An open-air rally was held
on the eve of the Ohio State and
Illinois game at Columbus. Several
new stunts were arranged for' the oc-
casion. Some of the alumni were
present to give short talks. Between
halves of the games the traditional
pig chase was held. A homecoming
banquet will be served in the gymnas-
iun after the game.
Hariard-The well known nonsense
writer, Stephen, Leacock, will speak
'at Harvard the last of this month..
Mr. Leacock is a professor of political
economy at McGill university, Men-
treal.

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