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Oklahoma-Oklahoma Masons- are
making plans to build two new dor-
m mitories at the University of Okla'-
homa. A men's dormitory costing,
$10,000 will be' erected on property
1 adjoining the campus. A woman'sl
building will be located about half al
block from the campus, the architec-
ture of which will be Collegiate Goth-
ic. A recent canvass of university
students shows that 93 boys are mem-
bers of Masonic organizationsi 26 girls
belong to the Eastern Star, and 406
others have Masonic connections.
Grinnell-A cinder track for girls is1
being constructed at Grinnell college.

JV J.A"JI5L'A 5 A flu
Air This Year?
Galoshes adorned the feet of many
Michigan women yesterday for the
first time this eyar. If not a tradi-
tion, certainly it is a. custom here forI
campus women to pit on their galosh-
es when the first flurry of snow
Yesterday they-the galoshes--were
trimly and snugly fastened. Other
years they have been worn loosely,
flapping round, about the ankles, care-
lessly waving the sepson's greetings
to a frosty air so that an outsider
might wonder if the girls had gone
on a strike with their work half fin-
Has campus Fashion decreed tidi-
ness for this year, or has Fad simply
not yet sought the musical c'omedy she
used to find in the slopsh, schluss,
slopsh of wobbly galoshes?


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Prof. William Allen Frayer will ad-
dress the Y. W. C. A. at Vesper serv-
ice to be held at 4:30 o'clock to-
day at Newberry hall. An informal
tea will follow the service.
Any girM interested in playing the
piano for dancing classes should ap-
ply at the office in Barbour gymna-
Upperclass girls who would'like to
help with squads in the gymnasium
shoul call at the office 'in Barbour,
gymnasium and make arrangements.
Swimming class have begun at
Barbour gymnasium. Girls who have
signed up for them-should report at
the time designated.
Basketball practices will be held
onces a week for each team as follows:
freshmen from 3 to 5 o'clock on Wed-
nesday; sophomores at 4 o'clock on

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spring. rac meet worl Will e one
of the new features of women's ath-
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dLondon,Dec. 1.-Nancy Langhqrne

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Astor of Virginia, a viscountess in the
peerage of Great Britain, and wife of
an American born British peer whose
millions we rederived from New York
real estate, took her seat Dec. 1 in
the house-of commons, as the first le-
gally elected woman member of the
mother of parliamentp.
Such a roar of welcome, as greeted
this American woman, has never been
heard in the house of commons. Near-
ly 600 men of all parties raised a cry
in honor of Nancy Astor that colld be
heard in the outer lobbies where the
great crowd was wagting in the vain
hope that they would catch, a glimpse
of the most famous woman in England

Spanish Second'
In Popularity
Spanish is becoming a popular ab-
ject at the University as is shown by
statistics. 'In the literary college
there are 916 students electing 3,522
hours of Spanish. French is the only
foreign language interesting more stu-
dents than Spanish, with between 1,600
and 4,700 students.
The number of students \electing
French is traceable to the war, the
feeling against Germany extendingI
even to her language. There are only
250 students electing German. I
In 1912 German was the leading for-
eign language elected in the 'Univer-
sity. 'At that time 53 per cent of all
foreign language elections in the lit-
erary college were in German. French
and Spanish are double what they
were in 1912.

Wednesday; juniorsq
o'cl(Ik on Thursday.

and seniors at 5


Sophomores are asked to pay their
social tax of $1 to the chairman,
Laura Snyder, '22, in University hall,
or to Miss Louise Potter at Dean My-
ra B. Jordan's office. The tax was
due Dec. 1.
Anyone interested in doing volun-
teer tutoring in Latin or French
should see Marjorie Van Norman, '20,
or ell at Newberry hall.
Members of the Judiciary council
of the Women's league and the vice-
presidents of the four classes will
have a luncheon at 12 o'clock at Lane
hall. A business meeting will follow
the luncheon.
T"~. organization of University house
heads requests each - house head to
collect faculty tea assessments in her
house and turn it in either to Miss
Potter, secretary to Dean' Jordan, or
Victoria Adams, 104 South Ingalls
as soon as possible.
Freshman basketball practice will
be held at 3 and 5 o'clock; sopohomre
at 4 o'clock on Wednesday, in Barbour
Weekly hygiene lecture at 4 o'clock
Thursday afternoon in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall.

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. Lady Astor announces she will not
_ wear evening dress in the house.
"I intend to dress as plainly as
possible in order not to make it hard
for the poorer women who come after
me. I also do not intend to make
many speeches or ask many ques-
tions. People who talk most do the
least work. My husband talked little
and accomplished much. I hope to
emulate him."
NOTICE-Owners of dogs allowed
to run loose on' the Campus. Grounds
are hereby notified that on and after
November 29, 411 dogs found running
loose on these grounds will be caught
and'properly disposed of. E. C. Par-
don, Supt. Bldgs and Grounds.-Adv.
Michigan Daily advertising is the
one recognized 'means of reaching
student trade.'

.Mrlusic Notes


One of the favorite works of Handel,
the D major Sonata, and Wienawski's
D minor concerto which was played
by Ysaye in Ann Arbor two years ago,
besides two groups of popular con-
cert numbers including a'few Auer
arrangements will compos the.violin
recital to be given by Jascha Heifitz,
the Russian virtuoso at 8 o'clock
Thursday evening in Hill auditorium.
Mr. Samuel Chotzlnoff will act as
accompanist in the following pro-
Sonata, No. IV, in D major ..Handel
Larghetto-Allegro conbrio
Concerto in D minor .... Wieniawski
Allegro moderato m
Romanze; Andante non troppo
Finale. A la Zingara
Ave Marie .........Shubert-Wilhelmj
,Menuetto ..................Mozart
Nocturne in E minor ....Chopin-Auier
Chorus of Dervishes (Etude)
March Orientale (Scherzo) (from
the Ruins of Athens)............
On Wings of Song ............
. Mendelsshon-Achron
LaRonde des Lutins ...Bazzini

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condition. 804 Monroe. Phone

Go early to the Freshman spread in
order to be in the grand march, which
begins at 8:30 o'clock, is the sug-
gestion of the committee in charge.
The annual spread will be held Sat-
urday evening in Barbour gymnasium,
in honor of the freshman girls, who
will be escorted to the party by ju-
niors to whom they have been as-
signed. If 'any escort has not called
upon her freshman, the latter should
notify' Eleanor Stephenson, phone
During the evening freshmen will
help their partners to find them read-
ily if they will stand under the sec-
tion which bears their initials. A'favor
dance will be a feature of the even-
ing, when the sophomore girls will
present souvenirs to the freshmen.
Although the party will-be formal, the
committee asks that flowers should
not be worn.
Sophomores must pay their tax of
$1 before Saturday.
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high school and 415 East Jefferson.
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