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News From The Other Colleges
Denver University - The ban has curred at M. A. C. One of the big
.been lifted. Beginning with the Boul- features of the program is to be a dis-
der game, the women of the university cussion by alumni of Aggie athletic
are to be permitted to yell at all ath- teams and policies.
letic contests.
-- Illinois - The University of Illi-
T. A. C. - The 1920 homecomingf nois has more chapters of national
day which is set for Nov, 13 promises organizations than any other univer-
to be one of the most interesting and sity or college in the United States.
profitable events that has ever oc- There are 94 men's and women's pro-
fessional, honorary and social frater-

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nities in the university. Of the 94
that are at Illinois 41 are for men, 15
are for women, and 38 are honorary
and professional. Besides these so-
cieties of national character there are
89 organized undergraduate societies.
Next to Illinois comes Michigan with
88 national organizations. Cornell Is
third in the list with 86.

A REAL HOME-MADE PIECE OF PIE OR CAKE
BAKED IN OUR OWN OVENS
PURE FOODS PREPARED BY EXPERTS

C. J. FINGERLE

IE OF THE GIRLS IN CECIL LEAN'S "LOOK WHO'S HERE," AT THE
WHITNEY THEATER, THURSDAY NIGHT.

etAcquainted!
Mello Day Today
F All Women
Vhen you start out for the 8 o'clock
pass that girl who seems to come
r way every morning at this time,
't stop to wonder who she is or
re she lives, say "Hello." Remem-
, this is "Hello" day for Michigan
:nen. They're all going to be speak-
Maybe some of the girls have-

n't heard of it or have forgotten
about the plan, but they'll remember
before noon.
The Y. W. C. A. is back of the
scheme, and it has received the ap-
proval of Dean Myra B. Jordan and
representative women on the campus.
The "Hello" habit is said to be a big
help in fostering democracy, eordial-
ity and co-operation among the wom-
en in the Universities of Kansas,
Wisconsin and Illinois, where it has
been tried. Make the drive for ac-
quaintance between our women a suc-
cess!

"The Master Mind." Also "The
Big Show," a Christie comedy
and Topics.
Arcade- "Revengeof Tarzan,"
and a 'comedy, "Oh Man."
Wuerth- "Trumpet Island," a
Tom Terris production. "Who's
Your Grocer," a Hank Mann
comedy, and Fox News.
Orpheum - Olive Thomas in
"Darling Mine." Also Hyman
comedy and the second episode
of "Pirate Gold."
THIS WEEK
Stage
Whitney-Thursday-Cecil Lean
and Cleo Mayfield in the New
York musical success, "Look
Who's Here."
Garrick (Detroit) --- Florence
Moore in a side-splitting farce,
"Breakfast in Bed."
Schubert (Detroit) - The Sel-
wyn's happy musical play,
"Buddies," direct from New
York with Charles King, Vir-
ginia O'Brien, and Lawrence
Wheat.

Amherst - The first labor college
in this country has been opened in
Springfield. Classes will be conduct-
ed under the direction of Amherst
college. Instructorsare members of
the faculty at Amherst.
Kansas - The extension depart-
ment of the University of Kansas is
co-operating with that of Wiscon-
sin, North Dakota, and Minnesota uni-
versities in the operation of a non-
profit theatrical agency, that furnish-
es small towns with high grade enter-
tainment. A large variety of enter-
tainment is offered. University pro-
fessors are used for lecture work
which covers a range of topics from
astronomy to zoology. In dramatics
the variety ranges from violin solo-
ists to light opera companies. Each
state has a certain group for a month
'at a time in order to eliminate un-
necessary expense.
Wisconsin - To celebrate the Pil-
grims' Tercentenary on Dec. 9, the
University of Wisconsin has secured
Dr. Samuel M. Crothers, of Cam-
bridge, Mass., to speak at an all-uni-
versity convocation on "The Signifi-
cance of the Pilgrims."

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SENIORS:-Michiganenslan photographs made now and a few
finished will help solve the Christmas problem.
721 North'Universly Avenue 2964
NOW IS THE TIME TO PLACE YOUR ORDER
FOR
PERSONAL CHRISTMAS GREETING
CARDS
PRINTED OR ENGRAVED

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Ready to Serve
AT ANY TIME
)ben from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
ot of hot tea and bowl of rice
LAIN CHOP SUEY
35. CENTS
IINESE and AMERICAN Style
Short Orders

TUTT LE'S
LUNCH ROOM
Crowded every meal
BUT
Room for All Our
Last years customers
One half block South
of "MAJ"

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STATIONERS, PRINTERS AND BINDERS
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Seascapes Play
Role In Exhibit
(By K. M.)
Seascapes which are now hanging
in Memorial hall, are the feature of
an exhibition of painting by Charles
H. Woodbury. The collection contains
water-colors, oil paintings, etchings,
and pencil drawings.
Woodbury ranks among the few
great marine painters and is well
known as an able colorist. He was a
pupil of the Massachusetts Institute
of Technology and the Julian academy
in Paris, but it is his intimate knowl-
edge of nature and his love of the sea
that have enabled him to picture his,
subjects so powerfully.
Artist Lived on Coast
Living on the coast of Maine, he has
grown familiar with the sea in all of
its aspects and has succeeded in con-
veying its power even to his water-
colors which generally portray only
lighter subjects.
"Woodbury's outstanding qualities
are his knowledge of water and his
keen sense of color," stated Mr. Don-
aldson of the fine arts department.
"Although he is best known for his
marine paintings, he is master in three
fields: water-colors, oils and etch-
ings." Woodbury is at his best in pic-
tures of the open sea in which he
shows bie familiarity and understand-
ing of the ocean.
Exhibit Here Through Nov.
The collection has been brought
here under the auspices of the Ann
Arbor Art association and will be on
exhibition in Memorial hall from 2 to
5 o'clock every day during Novem-
ber, with an admission fee of 25 cents.
Prof. H. R. Cross, of the fine arts de-
partment gave an explanatory lecture
Sunday afternoon.
Swimming Classes to Be Arranged
A meeting will be held at 5 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall for all girls who'
signed up for swimming at the city Y.
M. C. A. Those who pay their fees
at this time will have first preference
in choosing the hour for their class-
es. Members of the Women's Ath-
letic association should present their
membership receipts as their fee is
50 cents less than the regular fee of
$5 for non-members.
Kansas Students to Meet
All Kansas City students are urged
to be present at a meeting to be held
at 7:30 o'clock Thursday evening in
room 304 of the Union to discuss the
best means of encouraging graduates
of the Kansas City high schools to
attend Michigan.

Iowa - Special homecoming stunts
by the Howling 300, men's pep organ-
ization at the University of Iowa, are
planned as a feature of the annual
homecoming program Nov. 12 and
13. Their program will come to an
end with a stunt between the halves
of the Iowa-Minnesota game.
POPPY SALES AID
HOSTESS HOUSE,
Poppies, the symbol of Armistice
day, will be sold on all State and Main
street corners all day Wednesday and
Thursday morning. The proceeds will
go toward maintaining the four Am-
erican hostess' houses in France,
which are under the combined support
of the Red Cross and the Y W. C. A.
The purpose of these houses is to care
for the relatives who go to visit the
graves of the soldiers who were killed
in the war.
Wives of University professors, Y.
W. C. A. board members, University
girls,'and business girls of the city
will sell the popies. The city Y. W.
C. A. is managing the sale. Each poppy
sold will add 10 cents to the fund.
MASQUES' CUSTOMS EXPLAINED
AT INFORMAL INITIATION
Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson and Mrs.
Nelson entertained the old and new
members of Masques, women's dra-
matic society, at tea Saturday after-
noon. This annual party takes the
place of a formal initiation in
Masques.
Professor Nelson, director, and
Anne Mitchell, '21, president, ex-
plained the customs and plans of the
club to the new members. Marguer-
ite Cavendish, '21, Grace Ohlmacher,
'21, and Hortense Ioad, '24, members
of Masques, will give aesthetic danc-
es at the next Women's league party
on Friday.
Read The Daily for Campus News.

Lyndon & Company;I
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719 North University Avenue
W KODAKERS - HERE'S YOUR FIRST STOP--
RIGHT HERE AT THE STORE
We specialize in Developing and Print-
ing, and Enlarging Flashlights
EASTMAN KODAKS AND EASTMAN FILMS
(ALWAYS FRESH)
Where they all go
1116 So. University Ave.
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WANTED
ANTED-Student with clock repair-
ing experience for two or three,
hours work a day.. Mail applica-
tions to Box 1000, care Michigan
Daily 31-3
ANTED FARM - Wanted to hear
from owner of farm or good land
for sale reasonable. L. Jones, Box
515, Olney, Ill. 31-1 l
WANTED-Two or three tickets for,
Chicago game. Call Anita Hahn.
Phone 849-R. 31-2
rANTED-Two tickets for Chicago
game. Call McBride, 240-M. 30-2I
ANTED-4 or 2 tickets to Chicago
game. Call 1842-W. 30-2
FOR SALE
OR SALE-Rebuilt Remington, Un-
derwood and other typewriters. Also
new Fox Portable Typewriters. $50.
Phone Marston, 1951-R. 555 Pack-
ard. 30-6
OR SALE-A new party gown. Un-
usual opportunity. Call 2100-W aft-
er 8 o'clock or Inquire at Woman's
Exchange. Nickels' Arcade. 31-2
DR SALE - Gibson Mando-Cello
practically new. Cheap. Call Ellis,
633-J. 27-6

LOST AND FOUND
LOST - Psi Omega Fraternity pin,
somewhere between Chemistry bldg.
and 1007 E. Huron St. Finder please
call 1268 or above address and re-
ceive reward. 29-3
LOST-A large fancy jeweled comb
Thursday night, somewhere between
Cushing's pharmacy and the Arcade
or in the Arcade. Liberal reward.
Box A. Z., Daily. 30-3
LOST--In Union or on State St. Sat-
urday night, $20.00 in envelope ad-
dressed Cowen. Reward offered.
Phone 1930-R or Union Desk.
LOST-A silver fox fur at Hill Audi-
torium, Wednesday night. Please
phone 2166-W. 30-21
MISCELLANEOUS
WILL THE gentleman who took over-
coat by mistake from third floor S.
W. of U. Hall please return to or
notify owenr. P. Gillette. 806 E.
Huron St. Phone 1462-W. 30-2
HIGHEST PRICES paid for your old
clothes. Phone 1981-W and we will
call at your convenience. 27-12
FOR RYTNT
FOR RENT - Housekeeping apart-
ment; two front rooms, steam heat,
hot and cold running water. Near
campus and down town. Inquire.
1207 Willard. 30-3

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