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THE MICHIGAN DAILY WED

News From The Other Colleges

ennsylvania-Expulsion is the pen-
announced by the Dean of the
versity of Pennsylvania for wo-
1 taking part in class fights. The
matum was the result of an open
abat engaged in by freshmen and

sophomore women which brought
great devastation to dignity and hair-
nets.
California--An organization has
been formed at California known as

the "Trojanettes" to enforce the ens- 2UIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIjIIIIIIIIIjIIIIIjIIIIIII P'
tom that frosh women shall not have
dates with upperclassmen. T hea-es
Goucher--Goucher college seniors ;I I lili3IIIIII iIIIItII'IIllit1111111 ItIIIIII
have just contraverted to their own "East is West," William Harris,
satisfaction the charge made by speak- ,Jr's. smashing comedy hit, is announc-
ers in the recent eugenist convention ed at the Whitney theater Monday,
in New York that the American co'- Nov. 28, and the engagement is looked
lege girl is unwilling to marry unless 1 rward to - with interest. "East is
she can have comforts and luxuries. West" played for two solid years at
A referenudm taken among the 103 the Astor theater, New York, and com-
seniors showed that they were of the p;ietely broke all records of that popu-
opinion that a couple could live in a lar playhouse in both gross receipts
city on an income of $48 a week. One and capacity audiences. The house
girl thought she could live comifort- more, '22, Paul Aehmus, '23, and K.
ably on $155 a week, while another seven weeks ahead and judging fromI
said she was willing to take a chance present indications, the splendid re-
on $850 or $1000 a year, eption accorded it elsewhere will be
Only six girls figured they need repeated here.
$4000 or oyer and twenty four made

Low Shoes for Town Wear
Consider this French-English toe
styled in Scotch Grain worn with wool-

"BARGAINS!" "BARGAINS!"

Special Bargains
IN SUITS--$32.00
With Extra Pants-$38.50
Polo Shirts
$2.00
College Stripe
Ties
$1.00
Bow Ties
75c -

Sheeplined Coats
$15.00-$17.00-$18.50
Suede Moleskin
$18.00
Ulsterette Coats
$20.00
Wool Vest
$4.00
Wool Hose
75c to $1.50

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en hose. Typical Walk-Over smartness.
$9 0 TO $12

estimates of $2000, while four thought
they might struggle along on $1500 a
year. One thought $2500 would be
needed if she were the wife of an army
or navy officer.I

C-tholic Students' Dance Tonight
All Catholic students attending the
University are invited to attend a
Thanksgiving party which will be giv-
en at 8:30 o'clock Wednesday even-
ing at the St. Thomas Parish hall.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

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MORE SENIORS' PICTURES IN THIS
YEAR'S BOOK THAN EVER
BEFORE
More than 1300 subscriptions for
the 1922 Michiganensian were realized
by the time the five day campaign
closed last week.
"Considering the conditions under
which the drive was carried on, we
are well pleased with the results ob-
tained," said R. F. Wieneke, '22, busi-
ness manager. "We hope that any
people who were not given a chance
to sign up or who were temporarily
out of funds will be given a chance to
subscribe at a later date."
The salespersons securing the most
subscriptions the last day were: Fred-
erick E. Gilner, '24, with 60; Thomas
G. Kindel, '24, with 59; and Bernard
Segall, '24, with 34. Segall secured
132, the largest total for the whole
campaign.
"There will be more pictures of
seniors in the 1922 Michiganensian
than there have been in any previous
year book," said James Frey, '22, man-
aging editor. "More than 1400 pic-
tures have been turned in while in
last year's issue there were only 1300
pictures. No pictures were accepted
after Saturday.
The editors have invited all stu-
dents to come up to the Michiganen-
sian office and look over the year
books received from other universities.
Quartette For
Concert Named
Announcement of the personnel of
the Varsity quartette, which will ap-
pear at the fall concert of the Var-
sity Glee and Mandolin clubs Nov. 29
has been made.
The quartette this year will be com-
posed of Howard C. Walser, '23M, Ro-
bert R. Dietrle, '23M, W. L. Kemp,
122M, and B. J. Ferneau, '23. The
selection was from the membership
of the club after careful consideration
of abilities.
The first appearance of the Varsity
quartette will be made when the four
will sing at the fall concert next Tues-
day in Hill auditorium. Their pro-
gram has not yet been announced but
will include carols, balads and Michi-
gan songs.

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The lightest Portable
whencased fortravel
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Apparel featured

for

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Have you sent in your
the University movie yet?

scenario for.

Thanksgivin n.g wear
Overcoats, $30.50, $40.50
Superb coats in every new model. Rich; luxurious
fleeces, shaggy rough cloths, smooth finished
fabrics--in grays, browns, etc. Plain, contrasting or
plaid backs. Half or full belts. Some of the finest
coats you've seen at astonishingly low prices.
Tweed Suits Special at $35
Three-piece golf or sports suits of imported. tweeds*
Norfolk backs with easy-swing sleeves. Patch
pockets. Skeleton lining. In the very attractive
browns and greys. They would ordinarily be much
higher-priced. We 're featuring them at this low
figure.

Distinctive

Fall

Hats

at

$10

A decidedly low price

M ANY women like to have a new hat before Thanksgiv-
ing, when they go home to see mother or away somewhere
to enjoy the holiday. It is natural that they want to look the
very best on such an occasion and a stylish little dress hat will
always brighten up your costume. Wednesday we are offer-
ing an especially desirable line of our best models for dressy

Money back if you 're

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wear. They are velvets and duvetyns in small off the face
models, red, blue, tan, and grey, newest shapes, and trimmed

not satisfied
Reule Conlin Fie el
-Main Street at Washington

Co.

with feathers, flowers or ostrich.
ing that will please all.

Something among the show-

(Second Floor)

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