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is From The, Other Colleges
FOR 1920 HOMECOMINGSi
Texas-Only one in forty of the1
freshman class at the University of,
Texas was found to be physically de-
fective. This percentage was declar-
ed to be low.
Ohio-Students of Ohio State went3
on record as being opposed to betting
on college games.,
Harvard- Harvard will not en'ter'
the newly formed Intercollegiate Box-
ing association. The Crimson boxers3
will hold their usual mid-winter car-
nival of bouts, but no teams will be1
formed for competition with other;
Wisconsin - The erection of two
dormitories, one for men and one for
women, will be included among the
itories during the present biennium
was voted by the board of regents at
its last meeting.
Illinois - Gambling on university
games received a severe blow in a
resolution drawn up by the Pan-Hel-
lenic council. The resolution is as
follows: "Resolved, That the frater-
nities of the Pan-Hellenic council of
the University of Illinois stand op-
posed to gambling on all university
games: that any organized house vio-
lating this xuling be suspended from
the council for the period of a year;
that copies of this resolution be sent
to the interfraternity councils of the
Big Ten Conference."
Senior Lit 'Engagement Announced
Annocncement was made last even-
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fgent building needs of the Univer- ing at the Aplia Xi Delta sorority of
ty of Wisconsin as presented to the the engagement of Dorothy Ulbright,
ext session of the legislature. The '21, to flarold L. Votey, '21. Votey is
ecision to urge the erection of dorm- a, member of Kappa Sigma fraternity.
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Minnesota set the goal for bigger
and better homecomings last Satur-
day in her annual homecoming day
for alumni. Every one from Ann Ar-
bor, who was able to attend the Mich-
igan-Minnesota game, declared that
the homecoming was the best that
they had ever seen.}
From the hundreds. of, Minnesota
alumni who returned to their alma
mater- to witness the annual football
battle between Michigan and Minne-
sota to the elaborate decorations and
the cordial treatment that the team
received, the homecoming was all that
could be desired.
Every fraternity and sorority house
on the campus was profusely decorat-.
ed. The maize and blue of Michigan'
and the maroon and orange of Minn-
esota were in evidence everywhere.
The annual fall games, won by the
sophomores, were held in the morning
before the football contest. Follow-
ing the games, a parade was held in
which prizes were given to the frater-
nities with the best decorated floats.
The greatest crowd that ever wit-
nessed a football game on the his-
toric 'Minnesota field was present at
the game. A large block "M" was in
evidence, which added greatly to the
After the game the two teams were
the guests of the university at a ban-
quet held in Shevlin hall, which cor-
responds to the Michigan Unio'n.
Speeches were made by a number of'
old Minnesota footbl men, inclUd-
ing some who played in the famous
Michigan - Minnesota game of 1963,1
which resulted in a ,6 to 6 tie. °
Captain Arnston of Minnesota, pre-
sented the historic jug to Captain
Goetz of Michigan, who gave the
speech of acceptance in behalf of the
eam. Coach Yost and Coach Wil-
liams also spoke.
PHAieTHAnePI AY TITI r
Members of the '22 baseball team of
last spring, are requested to meet at
12:15 o'clock today at Rentschler's
studio, to have their Michiganensian
Stylus will have its picture taken
at 12:30 o'clock today at Corbett and
Sophomore women are reminded of
the class meeting at which President
Marion L. Murton will speak at 3
o'clock this afternoon in Hill audi-
The elective classes, including
freshman basketball, playground
work, and aesthetic dancing will not1
be held on Wednesday afternoon, Nov.
MARTHA COOK WOMEN IN
CHARGE OF LEAGUE PARTY
Further information concerning the
'program that will be presented at the
Women's league party at 3 o'clock on
the afternoon of Thanksgiving day
has been announced. Martha Cook
building is to be in charge, and the
enteitainment will consist of music,
stunts; of the "side-splitting" variety,
and dancing. Catherine Colcord, '20,
chorister at the dormitory, will sing.
Plan Court of Domestic Relations
Cleveland, O., Nov. 22.-A move to
establish a court of domestic relations
as a department of the common pleas
court of Cuyahoga county was begun
here following the electjon of Miss
Florence E. Allen to the common
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
ALUMNAE TO HEAR
President Marion L. Burton will ad-
dress the Ann Arbor branch of the As-
sociation of Collegiate Alumnae at
Martha Cook building, at 3 o'clock
Saturday afternoon on "The Neces-
sities of the Hour."
Following the program there will
be a reception for President Marion L.
Burton and Mrs. Burton and Mrs.
Katherine Puncheon Pomeroy, nation-
_I treasurer of the association.
Miss Taylor Speaks to Women #
Miss Harriet Taylor gave a short
talk to the residents of Helen New-
berry residence last night at dinner
where she was being entertained. Aft-
er dinner coffee was served in the
living room, and the girls from both,
Helen Newberry and Betsy Barbour
POST THANKSGIVING PARTY.-
Fun for all. St. Thomas Hall. Cards,
Eats, Fish-pond, Music, Prizes. Fri-
day, 8 P. M. Don't miss it. Tickets,
25 cents at University Music House.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.
ULUNCH R OOM
Crowded every meal
Room for All Our
Last years customers
One half block South
* A Dodge Car
enough said -..
Our Representative will be at the
HOTEL STATLER, DETROIT
TODAY AND TOMORROW
NOVEMBER 24 & 25
with Winter Styles in Ready-made Garments for Dress, Travel
and Sporting Wear
Furnishings, Hats and Shoes
D SEY b
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A Gift of Beautyk
Is Joy Forever.,
Also a Fine Investment.
'ladies Party Gowns a specialty
Send for ''Clothes and the Hour"
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The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital and-Surplus, $P25,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.
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Mfitwill be given' by Masques as
its annual Christmas play. The cast
will be announcd within the next few,.
days and rehearsals will begin No- WE CAN DO YOUR WORK, PROMPTLY
vember 29. !
Committee chairmen for the year e
have been appointed as follows: r
Coaching, Mildred Sherman, '21; cast, O SW A LlD -A . H E R Z
Evelyn Rockwell, '22; stage, Olga E t
Johnson, '21; property, Helen Master, . OeO34-F
'21; costume, Amy Loomis, '22; make- 1 WS. _
up, Josephine McGuineas, '21; prompt-
ing, Margaret Reineke,'23; ~Immmimimmmmmmmummmmmmmml mmImm'
ity, Mildred Lawton, '21; and play-
reading, Frances Stevens, '21.
"Nevertheless" by Stuart Walker,
which was given before the Women's
ing King's Daughters of the Congre-
gational church Friday. SATURDAY NIGHT ONLY NOV 27
TWO ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED
AT KAPPA HOUSE LAST NIGHT
AT 3P. M.
AT3 P, M.
LOST AND FOUND
COST-In Natural Science Auditor-
ium, Barbour gym, or in U-Hall, a
brown purse containing bills, and a
check which owner can identify.
Finder please call 475 and receive
LOST-French blue-book with Eng-
lish to French exercises in it. Name
on outside. Please return to 321
E. Liberty, or phone 1263-M. 44-2
.OST- Gold bar pin in Nickel's Ar-
cade or on William St., between
State and Division. Name on back.
Phone 116. Reward. 43-3
OST - In Arcade Theater, brown
pocketbook' containing shell-rimmed
glasses. Kindly return to 609 Mon-
roe. Reward. 44
OST--Theta Phi Alpha pin. Friday
night. Reward. Sylvia Hasbein.j
OST-A pair of brown kid gauntlets
Barbour gymnasium. Please call
OST-A Michigamua pin. Please re-
turn to Daily Office. Box G. B. 43-2
FOR RU NT
OR RENT -Typewriters. All new
machines. Graham's Book Stores.
WANTED -- By experienced steno-
graphed, poistion in office or pri-
vate secretarial worl. Best refer-
ences. Call 1957-R between 12 and
1:30 P. M. 43-7
WANTED-. By Law student, single
room in private family south of
campus. Call 2373-M. 44-2
FOR RENT-Three rooms unfurnish-
ed, suitable for light housekeeping
Half 'block from campus. Address
Box K, Daily. 43-3
FOR RENT - Good Knabe Upright
Piano, $4.00 per month. Phone
1700. ' 44-3
FOR RENT- Single room at 506 E.
Jefferson. Phone 516-M. 44-3
WE HAVE several vacant places at
Failing's Boarding House now. If you
aren't eating anyplace regular call
around and get one. 714 Monroe.
'-}one 1885. 43-3
WILL THE person who took package
containing three suits of underwear,
by mistake from table in basement
of Union; Saturday, please notify
F. R., . Post Office Box 155. Re-
A double announcement party was
given last night at the Kappa Kappa
Gamma house to announce the en-
gagements of Ruth Lillian McClel-
land, Wellesley '19, now in the land-
scape design department, to Hugh
MacDonald Cameron of Detroit and
Gladys Teele Detwyler, '22, to Wal-
ter Ruskin Stark, '19, at present in
JUNIOR COLLEGE WOMEN TO
HEAR MARGUERITE CHAPIN, '20
Marguerite Chapin, '20, assistant to
the dean of women, left yesterday for
Grand Rapids, where she will address
the Women's league of the junior col-
lege of that city and assist with the
solution of problems confronting that
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RALPH DUNBAR presents
Bizet's Wonderful Masterpiece
with Lormna Doono Jacsi
in the title role
(You saw her last season as Alan-a-Dale in "Robin Hood")
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