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October 13, 1922 - Image 3

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UNIOR!

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Announcement has been made at te-rnity and ailso of the Gun and M3ad'e IMore than 1, 00 copies of Chime's hebi
the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity of the club. I "Freshmen Number" were sold on the sale
engagement of Miss Emiily Russell of - - campus yesterday whi;ch is the larg-
Flint, Michigan, .to Charles A. Walt- Corduroy Coats $6.50 up. Wild and est sale since the establishment of I(o
mnire Jr., '24R.. Mr. .Waltmire is a IC(,.---Adv. 'the magazine four year"s ago. A lim-' .-

A piai n fo me b rhp i Masques should be left in the box for
that purpose in the office of the os-
sistant dean of women. All names
must be in immediately in order that
the tryouts may help with the annual
play.
First installment of the life member-
ship of the Michigan League is now
payable. Dorothy Wylie, chairman oft
the life membership committee, will
be in Neva Loveweoil's office from 3:30
to 5 o'clock every Friday afternoon to
receive subscriptionrs and to give gen-
eral information.
University women are requested by
the committee in charge of the
Christmas bazaar to start planning on,
the donations which they wish. to'
make at that time.
Hockey practice will take place on
Palmer field providing the weather
permits. The schedule is as follows:
Seniors at 4:15 o'clock on Tuesdays
and Thursdays; juniors at 4:15 oclock
on Mondays and Wednesdays; sopho-
mores ,at. 4:45 o'clock on, Mondays
and Wednesdays; freshmen at 4:45
o'clock on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Archery; practice will be held at 4:15'
o'clock on Tuesdays and Thursdays.,
Tennis practice will be held at 4:15
o'clock on. Mondays and Wednesdays.
Women who qualified in the prelim-
inaries for the Ohio-Michigan debate:
squad will hold second try-outs at
83'o'clock Saturday morning in room.
302, Mason hail.
Dean Jean Hamilton will be in De-
troit tomorrow for the purpose o'V
addressing members of the ,College;
club,
Chaperones for the dances this.
-week-end will be: Armor~y, Friday-
Mrs. H. G., Berger; Saturday-Miss
'Matha Fnils. Union, Fridy--Mrs1
Yates Adams; Saturday-Mrs. H. W.
Cake.
REPORTS, OF GAME TO BE HEARD
AT,. GAMMA PHI DANCE TODAY
A matinee dance for the' benefit of#
the University of Michigan League
fund will be given' from 2 :30' o'clock
until 5:30 o'clock tomorrow, at the
Michigan, Union. RepoAt. from the
Michigan-Vanderbilt game will be re-
ceived during the" afternoon. Music
for dancing will be furnished by Ken-
nedy's first orchesra.

Instruction ini rifle shooting began;
Thursday afternoon in Barbour gym-
nasium under the direction of Mvajor
Willis Shiippami of the local R. 0. T.
C. Due to the recent bad weather
'Palmer Field could not be used for
pr'actice so the first lesson'.was given
in the gymnasium. Major Shippam
taught the use of the rifle and the
various positions' taken in firing, al-
though no ammunition was used.
An indoor range which can be
reached without, greatiniiconvenience
is being sought on, or near, the cam-
pus. Until it has been located Major
Shippam wishes the women to con-
sult the b'ulletin board in Barbour
gymnasium to see whether the prac-
tices are to be held in the gymnasium
or at Palmer Field.'
HOqNOR POINTS OFFEREl) TO
C WOMEWN TAKING TtS 11ILE ;lIKE
Hiking to Ypsilanti Saturday. morn-
ing will earn ten honor points in the
Women's Athletic association, accord-
ing to Elizabeth B. Cain, '24, hiking
manager of the association. Ant or-
ganized ten-mile hike will start at S
o'clock fr'om Barbour gymnasium an'd
will be in the direction of either Ypsi-
lanti or Dexter; if towards Ypsilan-
ti the interurban will be taken back
to Ann Arbop, otherwise there wilt
be hiking both going and comning .In
case the hike lasts -beyond noon,, foA~
will be procured along the way or
each woman may carry at small'lunch
if she wishes. All university women
are eligible to take the hike and en-
tering upperclass women and fresh-
men are especially urged' to come.
NEW DIRECTOR HELPS NU7RSES
PLAN TVARIOUS SOCIAL E*ENTS
Student activities at. the Nurses'
Training schooli this year are uinder
the supervision of the new social di-
rector, Mrs. Abigale Ratliff. Mrs.
Ratliff was formerly Miss Abigale
Shay, '15. During former_ years no
special person has Serie- In this ca-
pacity at the- training school, and al-
ready much has been accomplished to-
wards developing class spirit among
the entering freshmen and older
girls.
Plans are. being made for numerous
social events for all nurses;, while a'.
special feature of the work of the new
director, will be to cooperate in events
which will include both nurses of the
training school and other girls on
campus.
""CABINET TO HOLD TRAINING
CONFERENCE AT 'Wf[ITE)JORE
Organization, policy. and technique
will be the subjects discussed at the
training conference, of the cabinet of
the Y. W. C. A. which is to be held
at Whitemore Lake this week end.
Miss Lydia Johnson, an out of town
guest, will attend' the meeting. Miss
Johnson is a miember of the associa-
tion staff in Detroit, member of the
National Student council of the Y. W.
C. A., and was a delegate at the con-
ference. of the World's Student Chris-
tion' Federation held in Pekiing last
April .

Junior wmenc of the University will
be enitertained by Dean Jean Hamil-*
ton ata reception to be given from 4
to 6 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in
the parlors of Barbour gymnasium.
This is the second of the series of. re-
ceptions which the new dean will give
in order to become acquainted with
the women of the several classes.
Miss Hamilton will be assisted in
the receiving line by Mrs. Marion L.
Burton, Mrs. John P. ]Effinger, Mrs.
Charles H. Cooley, Mrs. Edward H.
Kraus, Mrs. Joseph A. Bursley, Dr.
Ef~ise M. Walker, )Miss Marion O
Wood, Miss Marion V. Dawley, Nova
Lovewell, '22, and Frances Amos, '23.
Graduate Womien's (1th lects Head
After a successful tea Tuesday af-
tcrboon thpe Graduate Women's Club I
clected Mis3 Dora Barnes to takeI
charge of affairs for this year. About
thirty five women were present, and;
all others are urged to 'attend meet-
ings to be held later in the year. Dean
Hamilton will speak to the women at
the next meeting on Oct. 31. Further
announcements will be issued later.
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PbATHS NEWS

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SATURDAY

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Wuerth-"Free Air," a Sinclair
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Wuerth orchestra.
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Garrick "Detroit)-Eugene 0'-
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Shutbert-M chigan (Detrot)-
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MICHIGAN-VANDERBILT
Saturday :Afternoon
REGULAR PROGRAM OF
PIlcTURES jTOO
NO EXTRA CHARE
FORRETURNS
ALL SEATS
25c
Western I~nion Svecial Leas-
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FOOTBALL
RETURN
The Michigan - Vanderbilt
game 'Saturday' will be shown
play by play on the stage.
Special leased wire. Minia-
ture g ridiron, moving foot-
b~all. Scoreboard. All, plays
and players clearly shown
or verbally explained instan-
taneously as they actually
happen. In addition to reg-
ular program of photoplays.
ALL SEATS'- 25c

Insure' warmth for hiilring,
football games, etc. In black,
with cuff knees. All' sizes.

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