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Alexandr , ii, vter.n of
many political cops in "reece is
taking a leadinrg part in the aairs
of state ance 'the iphean'%- w.hicb
dethroned King Constantine.
FALLTRSET PRACTICE
Suits to he Forestry Green, with
'Edglish Cut 'Blouse
Target p'ractice, for students in the
R. O. T. C. completing the work pre-
liminary to spring instruction, began
last .Saturday on the rie range on
Packard street, and will continue un-
til about Nov. 1. Practice will be con-
ducted until the work is completed.
Commencing Dec. 1, freshmen will
receive indoor instruction with 22
caliber rifles, -which will continue until
the weather permits outdoor instruc-
tion.
Students who desire advance in-
struction in rifle work wil fire in one
of the qualification courses in 'Which
badges are given for various degrees
in excellence in markmanship.
Local Art Society
Plans War Exhibit
Under the auspices of the Ann Arbor
Art association an exhibition of the
fahmous collection of portraits of
American and allied .warr leaders will
be held from October 5 to 26 in Alumni
Memorial hall.
This collection of portraits is the
result of a Dlan of Americal art lovers
to have a pictorial record of the world
twar. A National Art commttee "Vas
organized for the purpose of estab-
lishing aNational Portrait gallery at
Washington; It was then decided that
any portraits financed by the art pa-
trons of any city would be inscribed
as presented to the National Portrait
gallery-by that city.
The entire collection will be exhib-
ited in several cities before being per-
manently placed °in Washington.
PORTIA SOCIETY
HOLDS 1MEETING
Members of the Portia Literary so-
ciety met last evening for the first
time this year to make certain ap-
pointments and to decide on definite
dates for various tryouts.
Harriette lum, '23, was elected dOl-
egate to the University Oratorical
boadr. Tryouts for the womren's de-
bate with the Ohio State team w ll
be held at 7 o'clock Thursday eve-
ning, Oct. 12, in Room 302, Mason
hall. Any member of the society is
eligible for this. The debate Will take
place Dec. 12.
Tryouts for nembership into the
Portia Literary society will be held
at 7:15 o'clock Tuesday evening, Oct.
17, in the same place. Anyone on the
campus who is interested in publi
speaking is eligible to tryout. The
requirements will be a four-minute
original speech.
This society was organized at the
beginning of last year and since that
time has become well-known on the
campus. The officers are as follows:
Blanch Kynast, '24, president; Vir-
ginia Tanner, '24, vice-president;Veo

Foster, '23, secretary; dna iadow,
"2 treasurer. lirf. flay iI immel,
of the public speaking department,
is the 'faculty advisor .
MJ~omen
All entering upperclassmen who
have not been assigned an advisor
are requested 'to call Georgia Church,
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Hockey practice for class- teams
will be held as follows: freshmen at
4:45 o'clock on' Tuesdays and Thurs-
days; sophomores at 4:45 o'clock on
Mondays and Wednesdays; juniors at
4:15 o'clock on Tuesdays and Thurs-
days; seniors at 4:15 o'clock on Mon-
days and Wednesdays. All girl's In-
tefested are urged to coie and 'ty
out for teams.
Mortarboard will ineet for the first
time this season at 8 -o'clock M&lnddy
evening at Marthaa Cook dormitory.
There will be a meeting of the Man-
delin dlub at 7:30 o'clock Thifsdy,
Oct. 5, in Newberry hall.
GLB HOLDS
* C1CESSFUL TftYO'IJ
More than sixty girls were en-
teied a candidates for membership
in the University Girls' Glee db
at a tryouts meeting yesterday after-
noon. Besides these, a large number
of last year's girls will remain Inktlie
club: Miss Hunt, who is holding 'the
tryouts, expressed gratification -att
the 'geneial high quality of the 'nvees
tested thus .far.
Jean Hamilton, dean of women, is
co-operating with Miss Hunt ine-
ery way possible to make this 'a su-c-
cessful year. She Chas Widened eli-
ibility by allowing juniors who are
new on the campus to compete.
Formerly 'no glrl, reigardless of class,
was eligible until her second semes-
ter in the University.
A list of those accepted to memb'r-
:ship in ,the University Girls' Glee
club will be published next week, aft-
er which regular rehearsals will be-
gin. The first concert of the season
will be given in the latter part of Jan-
uary, and wil be followed by three
four others.'
Further tryouts will be held from
3:4'5 to 4'V'clock this afternoon in
room 204 of the School of Music, and
from '4 to 5 d'clock Friday afternmon
fn room.204. The final tryout will
take plrace from 11 to 12 o'clock Sat-
urday morning n room 204 of Athe
School of Music.
D. A. R. INSTITUTES
$50 ENDOWMENIT
An endowment amounting -to about
$00 - to be known as the 'laughters'
of the American Revolution 'UnIierty
Loan fund has recenty.'een insti-
tuted. It may be drawn by any stu-
dent, native or foreign born, in any
department who meets the" require-
ments. The ,loan is payable, with-
out' interest, two 'years- after leaving
college.
The endowment was founded in 1915
by the 'D.A. R. of Michigan and the
first year was given to the State
Federation of Women's Scholarship
fund. In '1916 the money raised was
given and accepted by the Universi-
ty. tt"'Was at first- confined to those
girls studying history in their junior
and senior years but was later chang-
ed to represent 'the broader concep-
tion. A committee eonilting of the
President of the University, state re-
gent of the" D.A. R.,-ad the regent of
the local "ihapter, administer the

fund. Honor among rstudents is so
gr'eat that during the sip years all
loans have been promptly repaid.'
Those interested :ay consult Mrs.
w*. H. Wait, 1706E Cabridge road, any
afternoo after +3 o'clock.
Bishop' Donahue DIeS at WhbeeUng
Wheeling, W. Va., Oct. 4.-Right
Reverend Patrick James Donahue,
bishop of the Roman Catholic diocese
of Wh'eelng, did here 'toight after
a lingering ilIhess.
For Pens and Good Roparing
RIDER
THE PEN SPECIALIST
08 S. StateSt.

UPPERCLASS WOMENJ
TO BE ENTERTAINED]
Senior and sophomore advisers are
busily engaged making preparations to
help entering upperciasswomen. The
first result of their efforts will be in
the formi of a party given for "all
entering upperclass women, from 4 to
5:30 o'clock on Wednesday, October
11, in Barbour gymnasium. All en-
tering sophomores, juniors, and 'se-
niors are invited and are urged to
avail themselves of the opportunity
to become better acquainted. Senior
society and the Intercollegiate asso-
clation are combining their efforts to
make the party a success, and prom-
ise a variety'of 'entertainment, indlud-
ing stunts, dancing, and refreshments.
In order that now new upperclass
woman may be overlooked, all sopho-
tnore and sexidr "adisers lre request-
ed to look up the names of their ad-
visees on the list posted in Barbour
gymnasium, and invite them to the'
party as soon as possible.
CHINESE STUDENTSA
ORGANIZE LOCALLY,
The first business meeting of 'the
Chinese Students' club will be held at
8 o'clock tomorroW night in the audi-
torium of Lane hall. A vice-chair-
man and a corresponding secretary
will be elected for this Semester and
'nnie represenitatives will be chosen as
delegates from, the local organiza
'tion at the Mid-west Section of the
Chinese Students' alliance in North
America to be held soon.
The committee appointed at the'last
meeting to formulate plans for the
ceiebration of the Chinese national
holiday on 'Oct. '10 will give its report
and the general 'plan 'of club activities
for the year will be discussed.
GIRLS' EDUCATIONAL CLUB
TO 'OUTLINE WORK AT MEET
There 'will be a meeting of the Girls'
Educational club at 7:30 o'clock 'to-
night in Martha Cook building. Lu-
ciue Welty, '23, president of the club,
has secured Professor Davis and Miss
Cameron to talk to 'the girls. 'They
intend to outline the work for the
year i-n order that they may 'com-
mence immediately. The proposed
initiation into Phi' Lambda Theta will
also be discussed.
Students' Engagement Is Announced
Announcement is made of the en-
gagernent of Glenwood W. Rouse, '23L,
to Florence R. Rhodes, '25L. The
wedding will take place in June, im-
mediately following commencement.

PATRIOTIC APPEAL forgotten. Such a group would form
Sa nucleous which after college days
MADE FOR RELICS 'would spread to all, parts of the coun-
try and would help to keep Mount
A movement is on foot to,interest Vernon for America.
the women of the University of Michi-
gan in Mount Vernon. The idea is not WOMEN HEAR TALK
for pu'poses of money, it is purely of ; ON SOCIAL SERVICE
patriotic appeal. Mount Vernon is the
'shrike towards which thousands of Social service work for university
Americans each summer turn their considered at a meeting
I women wascosdrdaametn
faces. It is generally.thought that it
belongs to the government, or to the held Wednesday afternoon at New-
Colonial Dames, or Daughters of the berry hall. Miss Dorothy Ketchum
American Revolution, but such im- outlined the work at the Tniversity
pressions are wrong. The estate be- hospital, stressing the need of girls
longs to the Mount Vernon Ladies' as- to help with the children, either tol
sociation of 'the Union which is com-
posed -of a representative from each tell them stories or to teach them reg-
state. This organization has been in ularly. Mrs. Gladys T. Custer, gen-
existance since before 1860, and from eral secretary of the city Y. M. C. A.,
that day to this has been carefully told of the working girls and business
preserving the priceless heirloom to women who needed help. Night classes
the nation. Interest at times has in elementary arithmetic, English,,
waned and it has been feared that sewing, dancing, etc. will be formed'
Mount Vernon'must go into the hands for them if possible. Miss Mary Rossi
of .the receivers. of the Univergity'Y. W. C. A. appealed
It has been suggested that a few to the university women to take up
of those interested band together in the work outlined by the other two'
the coimnon cause of keeping Mount speakers. Any time which can be
Vernon before the public eye. There given will be appreciated.
'are many traditions and associations,' Miss Ross will be glad to Interview,
purely American, which should not be any girls or have them register from

8 to 12 or from 2 to 5 o'clock any day
in her office at Newberry hall
Miiners Renew Wage 'Demands
Cleveland, Oct. 4.-Renewal of the
ine"s wage demands at IleIndian-
apolis convention Fel). 1 2 was reaf-
firmed by the United Mine workers
policies. committee here late today.
These demands will be presented at
the joint conference of miners and op-
orators which is to be held on or be-
fore January 1, 1923, John L. Lewis,
president of the miners, announced.
Track Manager Tryouts Wanted
Sophomores are wanted as tryouts
for the position of track manager.
Those desiring to %rvy for the place
meet L. W. Snell, Jr. '23, in the lower
locker room of the gymnasium 'be-
tween 3 and 5:30 oclock this after-.
noon.
NIGHTS-Soe to $2.50
WED,uT. soto$1,50
G-R-I-_ SAT. MAT. Sc to $2.00j
MAX SPIEGEL Preseuits
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He 'was his mother's pride - and joy, and so you know it was
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But this concerns how Sweetie became Speedy.
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