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Stylus meeting will be
o'clock tonight at Helen
residence.
Athena Literary society
at 7:15 o'clock tonight in
Mason hall.

held at 8
Newberry

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ACING AT THE ARMORY

9-12

will meet
room 302,
have the

Athena members* are to

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ENT to every custom-
er the account be large

STUDENT
BOARD
303 E; ANN ST.
We give real $8.00 board
for
$6.00

and Surplus, $50,000.0
etr.........$4,000,o.00
jst Car. Main & Huron.
forth. University Are.

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now find

very speclal values in WINTER MILLINERY
at the Parlors of
AVFNS & PERSHING
Nmr State PHONE 1028-

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721 N. UNITERSITY AVE.

ad for Thought

'elegraph Flowers Home.
Thanksgiving
BluMaiize Blossom Shop

Michiganensian picture taken at 12:30
o'clock on Wednesday, at Rentschler's
studio, 319 E. Huron street.
Sophomores are asked to pay their
freshman spread tax of $1 to the chair-
man, Laura Snyder, '22, or to Miss
Louise Potter in Dean Myra B. Jor-
dan's office.
i
The regular monthly meeting of
Masques will be held at 4 o'clock Tues-
day afternoon in Sarah Caswell An-
gell hall. It is especially important
that all members be present. as the
work for "Dolls," the Christmas play,
will be planned.
Girls who intend to take aesthetic
dancing, basketball or swiiaming,
should enroll at once on lists posted
in Barbour gymnasium.
Anyone interested in doing volun-
teer tutoring in Latin or French will
please see Marjore Van Norman, '20,
or call at Newberry hall.
Y. W. C. A. dues are payable be-
fore Dec. 1. They should be paid at
the office of the Y. W. C. A. at New-
berry hall.
Swimming classs have begun.
Those who have signed up should re-
port at the hour designated.
The advanced aesthetic dancing
ciass ,wll commence at 5 -o'clock
Tuesday afternoon in Barbour gym-
nasium.
The Girls' Glee club will hold an
important meeting at 4 o'clock instead
of 4:30'o'clock this afternoon-in Bar-
bour gymnasium.
All girls- of the freshman class are
invited to attend the second freshman
tea dansante to be given from 2:30
until 5 o'clock Saturday afternoon,
Nov. 29, at Helen Newberry residence.
Psychology la-ims
Oriental Devotee
Sugi Mbai, '20, is te only oriental
woman ever enrolled in the Graduate
school of psychology at the University
and, as far as is known is the only
oriental woman specializing in psy-
chology in the United States.
Miss Miba is a graduate of Mills
college, California, and expects to ob-
tain her master's degree in June. Prior
to coming to America, three years ago,
Miss Mibai attended Kobe college,
Kobe, Japan, at. which college there
is a position awaiting her upon her
return. She expects to assume her
duties at Kobe college in the fall as
teacher of mathematics, English, and
psychology.
MEMBERS ADDED TO
PLAY COMMITTEE
Appointments to the Junior Girls'
play committee have been made aas
follows: assistant chairman, Thelma
Fry, '21; business manager, Gladys
Reinike, '21; publicity manager, Ce-
ciMa Fohey, '21; music chairman,
Mrs. Bacher; chairman of lyrics, Ka-
trina Schermerhorn, '21; chairman of
bostumes, Olga Johnson, '21; property
manager, Helen Master, '21.
On Tuesday, Dec. 2, in Barbour gym-
nasium there will be a meeting of all
those interested in writing either mu-
sic or lyrics for the play. Prof. John
L. Brumm, of the rhetoric department,
will explain the nature of the work.

MA NY WOMEN
SELF SUPPORTING
Five hundred of the 1,500 women in
the University are earning money by
waiting table, typewriting, or car-
ing for professors' children. Of these
40 are paying their entire college ex-
penses.
There is one field in which the sup-
ply of women is inadequate. Demands
continue to come in for girls who will
do housework for board and room.
Miss Louise Potter, in Dean Jordan's
office, gives out the positions.
If you aren't satisfied, we can't be.
We make "Portraits that Please" you
at Derr Studio.-Adv.
Michigan Daily advertising is the
one recognized means of reaching1
student trade.

Campus News
Among the alumni back for the past
week end were representatives of
many different classes, some having
graduated in the nineties, as well as
many from last year's class. From '19
were:. F. I. Schutt, Marian Ackley,
Frances Yerkes, Dorothy Davies, Mary
Overman, Rose Marie Henson, Rosa-
lind Rogers, Frances Glenn, Louise
Kreger; and E. L. 'Maurer, ex-'19.
Frome '18: F. J. Foley, B. G. Krause,
Harold Brennen, Margaret Yerkes, and
Martha Townsend.
From '17: R. W. Frantz, R. D. Burg-
hardt, Christine Stringer, and Mar-
garet, Bassett..
From '16: Ruth Kreger, Lawrence
Vanakin, Ann Benjamin, Helen Hum-
phries, Mrs. Homer G. Vance, Mrs.
Margaret Gilbert, D. E. A. Cameron,
W. R; Brown, J. S. Leonard, H. Lange,
and D. H. Jennings.
From '15, L. M. Clift, C. G. Choef-
fie, and Marguerite Haag.
From '14: Mrs. Madeline Tarfait,
Homer Schaffmaster, J. H. Porter, and
C. Bradt.
Other alumni lits were: Marguerite
Kalb, '12; Elsa Haag,- ex-'20; E. L.
Hanavan, '12; H. K. Young, '09 C. 0.
Johnson, '10; S. -M. Palmer, '04; C. A.
Fisher, '93; H. N. Francis, '06; S. R.
Barney, '97.
Of the Homoeopathic medical alum-
ni: Dr. Frank P. MacMullan, '10H;
Dr. Howard H. Hogan, '15H; Dr. Ralph
H. Ridge, '12H; Clifford B. Mandeville,
'17H; Dr. Byron W. Malford, '18H;
Dr. David B. Hagerman, '13H; Dr.
Robert H. Chriswell, '15H; Dr. G.
Rex Bullon, '19H; Dr. Linwood W.
Stone, '19H; Donald C. Young, ex-
'19H; Dr. James K. Durling, '19H, and
Dr. Garth W. Boericke, '18H.
Medical alumni: Dr. George Curry,
'15M; Dr. H. A. Ransdell, '12M; Dr.
Q.O . Gilbert, '14M; Dr. E. F. Trueb,
'16M; Dr. Archibald Pfiefer, '13M; Dr.
H. V. Allen, '16M, and Dr. W. R.
Barney.
Others were: Oscar Holmes, '13L;
T. F. McCoy, '14L, and Carl Gorman,
'18E.
CATHOLIC STUDENT CHAPEL
FORMALLY DEDICATED SUNDAY

TO ALL UNIVERSITY ORGANIZATIONS
Notice is hereby given that a new registration of all campus
organizations will be made by the Committee on Student Affairs. It
is requested that each recognized organization send its authorized
representative to the office of the committee (room 8, University
hall) at some time within the next two weeks between 8 and 5
o'clock. The 'data desired are the names of the organization, its 1o-
cation, its character (such as general fraternity, literary, society,
etc.,) the names of its officers and their addresses (if the society
has no home of its own,) and such additional information as may be
needful in special cases.
Every campus society, of whatever type, and all organized activ-
ities must be included in this register. While it is not possible to.
enumerate all kinds, the scope of the census may be indicated as
including all fraternities and sororities (general, professional,
scientific, vocational, etc.); all house-clubs; all societies (scientific,
literary, social, debating, dramatic, musical, religious, etc.); all pub-
lications; all class organizations; ail organizations within dormi-
tories, league houses, etc.; all local and sectional clubs; committees
such as the Junior Hop and Sopl omore "Prom." Many organiza-
tions recognized in former years are known to have disbanded; oth-
ers may have done so. The committee will be compelled to assume
that any society that does not report within a reasonable time is
no longer in existen.e and will accordingly remove it from the list
of approved organizations.
The census thus compiled is very essential to the work of this
committee. It is expected, moreover, that it will also be useful to the
university public, to which it will always be open for consultation.

'.

J. L. CHAPMAN
J19WELER

6 P. M. Tuesday

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THE SENATE COMMITTEE'

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ON STUDENT AFFAIRS,
Louis A. Strauss, Chairman.

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ANN ARBOR CHOP SUEY
Excellent CHOP SUEY from
11:30 a. m. to midnight
Steaks and Chops 314 S. State

LIBERTY TEA SHOP
will receive orders for
home cooked Thanks-
giving Dinner up to

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FOR RENT
RENT-Room suitable for one
vo. Two doors from Detroit car
Price reasonable. 904 South
e St.
RENT--Five single rooms, be-
ing Monday, Nov. 24, $2.50 per
k. Phone 1013-W. 303 E. Ann
SENT-Three desirable furnish-
ooms. 414 Lawrence St. near
copal church. Phone 939-J.
FOR SALE
SALE-Warm leather overcoat.
p, as good as, new. Act quick
)u want a bargain. Call Wed-
.y afternoon or any evening aft-
even at 734 S. Division St.

IOST AND FOUND
LOST-Will fellow who found leather
notebook and Spanish grammer in
Campus Lunch room Saturday noon,
call Patterson. Phone 1077-M Con-
tained valuable notes. Reward.
LOST-Long bar pin of sterling silver
set with blue and white stones at
Mica . Union, Fri. evening. Call
643 'Tappan. Phone. 1582-W.
FOUND-Saturday evening on May-
nard St., wrist watch. Owner can
have same by idenifying it and pay-
ing for ad at 418 Thompson.. Phone
782-J.
LOST-Brown Stetson hat can be re-
turned by the gentleman who held
it for me Saturday morning by leav-
ing it at Daily Office for Atkins.'
FOUND-Lady's gold wrist watch.
Owner may obtain by identifying
same and paying for this ad. W.
A. B., Michigan Daily.
LOST-Leather note book and text
book, "Discription of Industry," by
by Adams. Name Emily G. Edwards.
Phone 2618.

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Tribute Paid in High pass to
troit Men Who Make Chapel
Possible

De.

-Medial Students.
s for sale cheap.

Med-
Mrs.

aser, 16 S. Washingt e St., Ypsi-
.ti, Mich. Phone 596-J'.
SALE-Due bill for $18 in cloth-
on a State St. Store for $16
sh. Cali Whitney at 2738 or 823.
TED-One'Zewit & Hopkins An-
tical Geometry new or second
id. Miller, Phone 523-R.
TED-A roommate. 804 Monroe.
me 1114-W. Call Wise.
MISCELLANEOUS

Formal dedication of the Catholic
Students' chapel, cornerof State and
Jefferson Streets, was marked Sunday
by impressive ceremonies. While the
main exercises took place at 3 o'clock
in the afternoon, when Bishop Michael
J. Gallegher delivered the address of
consecration, events incident to the
dedication occupied the greater part
of the day.
The program began at 10 o'clockin
the morning when high mass was
celebrated by Fr. M. P. Bourke in
memory of the late E. H. Doyle and
David Stott, Detroit men who did
'much to make the chapel possible.
Father Bourke paid tribute in his
sermon to these men who were boy-
hood chums of his in Detroit.
The chapel is the culmination of
over half-dozen years of endeavor to
provide students on the campus,,with
'some place for their exclusive wor-
ship, Father Bourke stated Sunday.
Fifty thousand dollars was finally rais-
ed to commence the erection of the
building last spring. To this sum the
Knight of Columbus and the late E.
H. Doyle and Mr. Stott, of Detroit,
contributed materially.
Did our team win? Don't ILsk ques-
tions, read the Michigan Daily. All
campus, city and world news.-Adv.

LOST-A 8 1-2 by 11 inch loose
note book Saturday, Nov. 22.
Evans, 435 E. University Ave.

leaf
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LOST-A lady's gold watch with black
ribbon, initials L. M. Call 627,
Louise Duncan. Reward.
LOST'-On Saturlay afternoon, gentle-
man's brown suede glove in or near
Ferry Field. Call 2048-R11.
LOST-Oxford grey overcoat. Left at
wrong house on State or Packard'
Sts., by small boy. Call 1597-J.
FOUND-A fountain pen. Inquire 1102
Willard St. . 0

Attention. Chance to
money in spare time.
eman. 7:00 P. 'M.-7:30

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