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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Mortarboard will meet for the first
time this season at 8 o'clock Monday
evening at Martha Cook dormitory.
There will be a meeting of the life
membership committee of the Y.W.
C.A. at two o'clock this afternoon at
Newberry Hall.
No Women's League party will be
held this afternoon in Barbour gym-
nasium, because of a conflict with
the senior reception to be given by
Dean Hamilton.
No assignments to gymnasium lock-
ers will be made on Friday and Sat-
urday of this week. Ass gnmepts may
be made from t9 to 12 or from 2 to 5
o'clock beginning Monday of next
week.
All freshmen who have left gymna-
slum clothes in the corrective class
room are requested to report to Miss
Marion Wood before attending class-
es.
Hockey practice for class teams
will be held as follows: freshmen at
4:45 6 d'ock on Tuesdays and Thurs-
days;'sophomores't 4:;4 o'clock on
Mondays and Weddgesda i juniors at
4:15 o'clock on' tuesdays and Thurs-
days; seniors at 4:15 o'clock on laa--
days and Wednesdays. All girls in-
terested a e 'urged to come and try
out for teams.
Tennis practice for upperclassmen
will be held'at 4:15 o'clock on Mon-
days and Wednesdays.
Archery practice for upperclass-
men will be hel at 4:15 o'clock on
Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Hockey practice for class teams
will be held as follows: seniors at
4:15 o'clock on Tuesdays. and Tllurs-
days; juniors at 4:15 o'clock on Mon-
days and Wednesdays; sophomores at
4:45 o'clock on Mondays and Wednes-
days; freshmen at 4:45 o'clock on
Tuesdays and Thursdays. All girls
interested are urged to come and try
out for teams.
Clothes left in the gymnasium lock-
ers last June must be called for by
noon on Tuesday, Oct. 10.
Y. W. C. A. RESERVE
CORPS START WORK
Women interested in the Girls' Re-
serve Training Corps received their
first Instructions at 'a meeting last
night at Dewberry hall. . Miss Ross,
secretary of the Y.W.C.A., explained
the beneflts to be derived from such
training for those who intend to'
} teach. Any girl attending six out of
eight meetings; who also has a troop,
wl1 receive a diploma from the Na-
tional Board of 'the Y.W.C.A. This
will be useful to anyone in procuring
a teacher's position.
Many splendid speakers have been
announced for the course, among
Whom are Mrs. Marian Leroy Burton
who will speak on a "Survey of the
Y.W.C. A." Dean' Hai lton and Mrs.
Rankin have also been procured.
"Girl Psycology and Program Plan-
ning" is the subject for the next
meeting on Thursday, Oct. 12. All
girls Interested ,are invited to attend.
Further information and particulars
may be had by calling Alice John-
son of the city Y.W.C.A. or Elizabeth
Smith at Martha Cook.
Marriage of students is Announced
Announcement has been made of
the marriage of Henry A. Anderson,
23D, to Anna Chraeder of I4arcelona,
graduate of Central State Iornal
college. Mr. Anderson is a member
of Delta Sigma Delta fraternity.
Got a room to rent? A Daily clasi-
fied ad will find a roomer.-Adv.

FIRST PLEDGE TEA
IS WELL ATTENDED
First among tbh sorority pledge
teas to be given this year, took place
yesterday afternoon between 3:301
and 5:30 o'clock at the Gamma Phi
Beta house, when the pledges of the'
various other sororities were enter-
twined. A pleasant color arrange-
ment was carried out with decora-
tions and refreshments in the soror-
ity colors. The chaperon, Mrs. S. M.
Brace, was assisted by Miss, Carribel
Schmidt, president of the house.
The second of the pedge teas will
b given on Sunday afternoon, Oct. 8.
from 3:30 until 5:3.0 o'clock by thq
pledges of the Chi Omega sorority.
.Yellow will predominate in the decor-'
ations. Tea will be- poured by Mrs.
T. E. Rankin, one of' the patronesses.
WOMEN TfY OUT
FOR OHI DEBATE

being eliminated until a team of six
is left.
The tryout for Portia literary soci-
ety was held at 7 o'clock Thursday
evening. Those 'for Athena society
and. the independents will be heft at
nine 'o'clock Saturday morning, Ath
ena in the Alpha Nu Rooms and the
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30 Mason hall.
SECOND HAND SALE
TO BENEFIT LEAGUE
As a means of augmenting the Uzi
iversity of Michigan League fund, a
second hand sale will be given from
Saturday, Oct. 7, until Oct. 14, at the
St. Clair Shop at 307 North Fourth
avenue. Clothing, furniture, and
bric-a-brac of all descriptions will bq
sold, all of which has been given
by students, faculty members, and
townspeople. Mrs Hugh Cabot, who
has charge of the sale, has collected
and rejuvenated the material.
The benefit sale will be held from
3 o'clock in the afternoon until 9
oclock, except Saturdays, when it will
open at noon. Mrs. Cabot is still in
need of several girls to assist in the,
work. Any who wish to do so are
asked to call her between noon and
2 o'clock Sunday afternoon.

DEAN HAMILTON TO ENTERTAIN
SENIOR WOMEN AT RECEPTION
Dean Jean Hamilton, assisted by
Mrs. Burton, the social directors of
the halls of residence, and the wives
of the deans of the various schools
and colleges will receive senior wo-
men in the parlors of B'abour gym-
nasium betwecr 4 and 6 o'clock this
afternoon. This is tl'$ first of a
series of class receptions to be given
by the dean for the women of the Uni-
versityfl
DEAN HAMILTON ENTERTAINED
AT DORMITORY AND SORORITY
All women of the University are,
gradually meeting their new dean at
dinners and teas which are being
planned by women's groups of the{
campus. Betsy Barbour house en-
tertained Miss Hamilton at dinner
Wednesday. Yesterday afternoon the

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clean attended a tea given in her hon-
or by Alpha Kappa sorority. Kappa
Alpha Theta is giving a tea for Miss
Hamilton Sunday afternoon.
BATES COLLECTS PHOTOGRAPHS Ia
OF PROMINENT LAW GRADUATES
Dean Henry M. Bates, of the Law
school, announced yesterday that he
is making a collection of photogikaphs
of prominent graduates of the school.
Up to the present time, he said, }'some
30 or 40 portraits have been secured.,
The pictures will be hung.in room D
of the Law building.
Women Gain, Men Lose at Wisconsin
Wisconsin - Registration figures
for this year show that there are now
less than two men for ever woman
enrolled in the university. This is an
increase in the number of women stu-
dents and a slight decrease in the
male attendance.

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Preliminary tryo.uts for the wo-
men's debate with Ohio State will be
held on or before Saturday, Oct. 7.
Tryouts will consist of six-minute
speeches on either side of the ques-
tion, to be delivered without rebuttal.
There wil le three tryouts, one for
each of the debating organizations,
and one for the independents.
At each of these tryouts the
judges will select six candidates, who
will later appear for final tryouts
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