THE MICHIGAN DAILY
News From The Other Colleges
Definite plans for the Christmas
basaar- whioh-the Women's league will
hold in Barbour gymnasium Dec. 9
and-10;-have- been arranged and every
league house is requested to fill out
two 'cards size 4x8 inches with the
following information and leave them1
in the box provided in the league room 1
in University hall not later than 41
o'clock Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 9.
The first card should' contain the
name of the league house, the name of
the president of the house, and the
names of all girls in the house and
what they will contribute toward the
bazaar, and also the number of pounds
of candy which the house will furnish
for the candy booth. Suggestions for
the contributions . for the fancy work
booth are, handkerchiefs, collar and
cuff sets, parchment shades, candy
boxes, etc. While handwork is greatly
desired other articles will be accepted.
The second' card should contain the
name of the leagpe house and the house
president and the schedule of girls who
will be responsible for being in the
booth from 9 o'clock in the morning
until 9 o'clock at night both Dec. 9
and 10. In cases where there are less
than ten girls in the house it will be
necessary for the house to combine
with another house for supplying girls
for the booth and in such cases the
house president is requested to call
Mariam Reed, '23, telephone 217, to'
find out with what house to combine.
Each league house should prepare
a- sign for a booth bearing the name
of the house, this sign must not be
more than 18 inches long. All con-
tributiops for the fancy work booth
must be taken to Barbour gymnasium
by noon, Dec. 8.
Girls Attention! Rain water sham-
poos, hair dressing, marcel-waving,
face and scalp treatment. Wigs for
rent. Mrs. .. R. T rojanowski,-1110 S.
University Ave., side entrance. Phone
Dartmouth-Radical changes in the
administration of Dartmouth college
were adopted by the faculty at a re-
cent meeting. The most important
change is that which refuses readmis-
sion to students once dismissed from
the college because of scholastic dif-
ficulties. Dartmouth is the first col-
lege in the, country to take such a
Chicago-Wireless dispatches from
Conference schools will be received by
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dispatches are sent between the pa-
pers of all the Big-Ten schools by the
Western Conference Radio News serv-
ice, which ,was organized at Chicago
two months ago by student represent-
atives of all the schools.
Oregon-The application of the Un-
iversity of Oregon for a chapter of
Phi Beta Kappa, national honorary
scholarship society, is to come up for
the third time at the meeting of the
Phi Beta Kappa senate, some time be-
tween December and March.
Washburn-Journalism students of
Washburn university, Topeka, Kansas,
edited the Topeka Daily Capital for one
day, Nov. 2, when the regular staff was
given a vacation to see the American
legion show in Kansas City, only the
desk men remaining on the job.
Iowa-The national convention of
Sigma Delta Chi, which was to have
been held at Iowa State Nov. 10 to 12L
has been postponed to sometime in
December. Due to the fact that the
month of November is a busy one for
newspaper men, many of the members
wanted a later date.
Wellesley-A permanent ranking list
is to be established for all members of
the college playing tennis. The play-
er's position is bettered by challeng-
ing the five players on the list immed-
iately outranking the challenger.
Oregon-Sixty-three Oregon women
are employed at the university.
OFFERED AT GYM
bilities for organizing such a class,
but hitherto none has been definitely
formed. This year special efforts are
being made by Miss Wood to accommo-
date the girls interested. Ultimately
class teams in apparatus work can be
organized, for class competition, in
which it is possible that both individ-
ual and class honor points will be
given, though this will remain to be
decided later by the women's athletic
The time for the class has not been
definitely decided on, but it is probable
that it will be held at 5 o'clock on
Tuesdays and Thursdays.
In order that she may secure some
idea as to the number of girls who are
interested, Miss Wood requests that
they sign up on the bulletin board in
Barbour gymnasium immediately.
Senior Girls Win From Sophomores
Senior girls' first team won from
the sophomore first team by a score
of 1-0 in the second of the interclass
hockey games, played Wednesday aft-
ernoon on Palmer field. The game was
close throughout, characterized by
strong playing on the part of both
teams. The winning point for the sen-
iors was made by Adele Zimmerman.
See Davis Toggery Shop advertise-
ment, page three, about Crawford
for -Girls' play-commit
Monday afternoon in
An honor point hike for girls will
leave at 9 o'clock Saturday morning,
Nov. 5, from Barbour gymnasium.
There will be a meeting for league
house presidents at 4 o'clock Wednes-
day, Nov. 9, in Sarah Caswell Angell
Dean Myra B. Jordan will be at home
for all University women from 3 to 6
o'clock Tuesday afternoons.
There will be a meeting of the Jun-
Michigan Ave. at Washington Blvd.
Nights 5oc to $-$. Wed. Mat. 5oc to $x.oo
Sat. Mat. Soc to $r.so. ,
Presenting the romantic play
"The White Peacook"
GARRICK Nights - . oc to $2.50
DETRoiT Mat. Wed.S& Sat. Soc to $2
The great romantic actor
In the gay " TOTO "
Chaperones for the danoes tonigh
are: Union-Mrs. Yates Adams; Ai-
ory-Mis. H. W.-Cake; Packard--Mrs
H. G. Berger.
In '96 a meeting of bicyclists was
held at the School of Music.
See page three. for Crawford Shoe
news. Davis Toggery Shop.-Adv.
Last Time Today
Arcade - Norma Talmadge
"The Sig on the Door."
"The Road to London."
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2-11 P. M.
LAST TIME TODAY
Garrick (Detroit)-Mr. Leo Dit-
richstein in "Toto."
Madame Petrova in
Plans are being made by the de-
partment of physical education for
women for the formation of a class in
advanced gymnastics and apparatus
work, which will be open primarily to
juniors and seniors. Freshmen and
sophomores, however, who prove by
taking an examination that they are
specially qualified for the work, will
be allowed to sign up for the advanced
Inquiries are made each year by up-
perclass girls in regard to the possi-
" The Rod to London"
JOSEPH M. SCHENCK presents
LAST TIMES TODAY
Ahoy There, Matey!
It's the "Good Luck" Star in
a Romance awash with
SHE flung open the door. There
stood her husband over the man
to whom she had made a plea. As
yet he had not seen her, but he would
-and learn the things she had hidden
from him in marriage.
Her husband had come to avenge a
friend. What would he do when he
found her there, too?
BIG - VITAL - AS FINE AS THE
FINEST NORMA HAS GIVEN.
From Channing Pollock's play.
Directed by Herbert Brenon
Honestly, a master-
piece of screen pro-
In a Screen Adaption of the Famous Novel
by Peter B. KYNE
«Snooky s Labor Lost"
Daily Matinees, 25c
2.00 and 3.30
Evenings, 7.00 and 8.30
A tale of the sea and the world of ships.
And a man who could face a storm, a
fight, or a glorious love, and see it thru.
Fighting, rollicking, devil-may-care! A
picture that scuds along in a gale of joy
All hands on deck for a great evening's
entertainment at the Majestic.
Current News Events-
EVENING-7:00 AND 8:30
SHOWING: MATINEE-2:00 AND 8:30
Come just before these hours and you are sure of a seat
Cast includes Agnes Ayres
.Its a Paramount ficture
BETTY COMPSON in "At The End of the Woi
TOM MOORE IN "MADE IN HEAVEN"
EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.NIGUT
PDE SKennedy's P A C K A R D F I V E Orchestra
Tickets at Wahr's and Graham's Univer'ty Chaperones