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Fellows Johnson, Miss Ida
Mrs. Katherine Lee Bates,
IO0Iga Petrova and Mrs. C1arr;
Bond all have given much
time to the organization.
It is pre-eminently an
ti tion for all Penwoinen' and
should.. do much for the mut
fit of women of the pen,p
brush.

INBERSIP INfCUDES
S OF PROMIIVNT.'
AIERICANS

Of vital importance to the writing
women of the University as w~ell as
all those con cerned in the interests
of the professional women writers of
the country is thie League of Ameri-
can Pen Women.
The organization .with1 headquarters
at the nationial capital, had its in-
ception in April, 1922, growing out
ofai increasing demand by young
writer s, for a firmer foundation- upon
which they mighlt base their; hopes
of support and recognition, and the
desires of the established writers to
raise a literary edifice for America
of whichli she might be, justly .proud.
Today it is established firmly in all
states through the workings of the
state vice-presidents and the "Pen
Woman"-the official organ of the so-
ciety.
Active members of the League of
-American, Pen Women include two-
men authors, cartoonists, composers
of music, designers of fine arts and.
crafts, dramatists, editors, .experts' in
advertising, geneologists, illuminat-
ore, illustrators, jeurnalists, lectur-
ers of recognized professional rank1,
painters, poets, publicity profession-
als, publishers, scenario writers,
sculptors, and song and lyric writ.
ers, who have been pdid for original
work in any of'-these lines.
Among the members are many wo-
men who prominently figure .in Amer-
ican life today. Mrs. Louts N. Geld-
ert,who is '" w president of the or-
ganzatonat one timre lived in Mich-
igan. Mrs. Kathleen Norris, Mrs, .
Fannie Hastip Lea, Mrs. Grace Rich-

MASQUES TO HIOLTY ANNi
PLAY ~NE1IBER 2
J. Raleigh Nelson nllet
governing board of Masques
dramatic club, on Monday of
determine the plays which
peseted to th~e club fat
meeting of, the year on Thi
that timfe, the club will vo
one to be Ares~entedl as i
play the dates for whichl
set as November 22 and 24,
This is the first year thal
has given- the big play' of
during the first semester.
ANNQ-JNC1EFNT IS MAIDE
0f T D N S 1Announcement has been
the marriage of Pau line Pei
Yale, Mich., to Robert B. HE
D enver Colq.
Mrs. Hall is a member of
Xi Delta sorority- and Mr.
member of the Chi Phi frat
present the Halls are liviri
Arch street in Anni Arbor.
Boards of tGovernors Neeti Y
Boards 'of governors, of
halls of residence have bee:
meetings regularly this falli
Jean Hamilton. Dean Rjau
lieves that in this way the
ly unified p}olicy which
worked for will be reached.
Michigan Daily and Chimes

qts. Annie
a. Tarbell,
Madamne
ie Jacobs--
hi of their
_organiza-
d as such th
tual bene- of
pencil and p',
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VA~L
42 AND -24
U1
with the qi
, women's to
fternoon to of
1shall be
its first
uirsday. At ho
)te on the ar
he, annual 39
have been
,t Masques ha
the year tit
5
made of
,ad,, '241 (of
all, '23, oti s
the Alpha er
Hall is a
ernity. At Ml
ng at 02
With Deain ril
women's l
nr holding da
with Deain
nit ~ton be-
conclotis- fie
is being --
for $4.50; ii'

4 WIomen,

All girls interested in belonging to
he Girls' Mandolin club will have an
pportunity to try out fr~om 4 to &:30
clock, today at Newberry hail. Any
irl who can play a stringed instru-
nent is eligible for membership.
All girls who wish to try out for the
Lested to meet rs at3 o'clock this af-
ernoon, in room 204- of the School
IMusic.
All entering upperclassmen who
ge not been assigned an advisor
re requested to call Georgia Church,

SORORITY PLEDGES I Vassar alumnae meeting and dinner pba fraternity. Mlr. Gregory is assist-
GAT'IHER AT TEAS hst nighrt at the W omen's- club of ant in the 'geology departirent.
t)Aoit. Dean Hamilton addressd--- -- -
th Ce meeting on the subject of wozmen h lorse Ba11R, ingAgn Pola
/Hlaving successfully passed throughan coedurcation as differing from the IHorse bzack riding in Ann Arbor is
the trials of formal rushing season, {lproblemf of women in the girls' col- again approaclhing the popularity it
the new soroity pledges are now to 'e enjoyed last spring. Every day a larg-
be initiated into the mysteries of the- er quota of horsyes are sent out from'
"ancient cult of tea worship. Foster- ZINC 10E)IF) - OF STUI)ENTS the riding stables on Ann street. About
ed by the Pan-Hellenic aissociation, a 1\\NOIUNCi ;l AT SORORITY HOUSE 20 horses are now kept-there, mostly
series of teas to 'promote acqjuain1 for the, use of students.
ance and friendship among the new Announcement was made Tuesday So far this y ear thecre ha.ve been a
pledges is given each year by the eveninrg at the Kappa Delta house of greaiter numbe~cr ofa girls enjoying this
various sorority grpups of pledges. t he engagemrnt of Marjorie Wester- >iprt than men. chit the m1en have
Each group in turn acts as hostes.ses mann, '23, of Ann Arbor, Mich., to, E. _____________________
( at one tea to which all the other) Payson Gregory, '24, of Howell, Mich,
groups are invited, thus giving op-' Miss 'Westerman is a member 'of the
porunty oreach individual to meet kapa Delta sorority, while Mr. AthmebrofheterpdgunGroyblnstohePKaa
its, and building 4, foundation for ---_____________A.1-____________
more complete cooperation among the ____________________ GHERiQM AIhY
future sorority members.ATTET AT S 0 f/nGD mceJ g
Invitations have already been sent3
out for the first of these teas, whichj
will be held at the Gamma Phi, RetaI TODAY-SCREENS 11
house, fromn three to five o'clock on T NGTSdoe to $2.501
Thursday afternoon. Arcade - Jackie Coogan in WED IGHTS PA.5c to $1.60
"Trouble"; comedy and news. GAO SAT. MAT. 50c to $ 2,84
j AIM 'I EA'OGV Majestic-"The Valley of SilentI MAX SPIEGEL Preserts
DANCE FOR LEAGUE BENEFiT; V Men," a Curwood story; YBus-j NORA BAYESw
ter Keaton in"Cp.InTeNwWlnclMuei uey
Members of Gamma Phi Beta soror- "QU InTe N0' Has E ARTlsi Sj o -"e
ity will give a matinee :dance at theJ Orpheum-"The Right Way," a
Michigan Union on Saturday, Octo-f Thomas Mott Osborne story;
her 14, the proceeds of wvhich will add comedy and news.
to the fund for the Women's Build-VILN
ing. Kennedy's orchestra will play. Wuerth-George Arliss in "The I VILI LASS
Tickets are now on sale at Wahr'9 iE Ruling Passion" and comed.v

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'All
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sophomores are requested to
their heart and lung examina-
at. the Health.- Service before
on Thursday, Oct. 5.

Clothes which were left in the lock-
rs last June, must be claimed by┬░
o'clock Thursday, Oct. 5.
Junior and senior~ women who de-
ire to take any of the fall sports are~
equested to report at the field: arch-
ry at 4:15 on Tuesdays and Thurs-'
ays ; tennis and hockey at 4:15 on
londays and .Wednesdays.
Kappa Alpha Theta will be the first
orority to, entertain Dsean Jean Ham-
ton. The affair which they are
anning is a tea; to be given on Sun-
ay, October 8.
Got a room to rent? A Daily classi-
ed ad will find a roomer:-Adv.

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ti ~ rcto
>z ,tr grdlrnrP
Thom' .1s
YWeighian,
LeatrIc kJoyD
the o 'ion pictujre
i n d utry w i tlIIou t
=goal, past or present.

and Graham's book' stores. Single'
tickets will be sold only, to men as
no. girls may attend unescorted.
DEAN AI)IRESSES WOMfEN AT
V A$SAU ALUMNAE 'IEETIN(G

TODAY-STAGE.
Garrick (Detroit)-Nora Bayes
in "Queen of Hearts."
Shubert ,Michigan (Detroit)-
The Bonstelle Company in
"The Enchanted Cottage."

OPEN FOR A FEW PUPlLES
Rex 31011e, Violinist,
Graduate of May Leggett Abet
-Pupil of
Leopold Auer and Victor Kuzdo
Make appointmnents at
632 0 tl(LAnD AVENUE
Ann Arbor

Dean Jean Hamilton , and Miss
Jean ette Perry, social 'director of
Betsy Darbour house, attendied the

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When you're tired of studying and need relaxatiot
try Music -- the greatest and 'most natural tonic for
nerves. Music will cost, you less than most any other ro
tional entertainment you could desire.

A' sm ll Victor
'trola' for $25.00
somte pf the world's
muic by the greatest
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will be restful as we,
small paymnt dowo
place one or, these in
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ustoday about one.

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will need one

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