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According to reports from Cather-
ine Stafford of the Junior Girls' play,
the members of the junior class are.
showing very little interest} in writ-
ing manuscripts for ~a play. It, may,
be lack of confidence or perhaps the
girls do not realize how little time
is left before the manuscripts are
-x, As has been previously suggested,
the play can be written by an individ-
ual or by any house group which may#
care to colaborate in working up a
suitable plot. Local color is of-
ten introduced to good advantage, ei-
ther to ad large exitent or by sugges-
tion only., There are very few 'techni-
cal rules to follow and this g ,es the
writer an opportunity to be original.
The play committee hopes that the
girls will realize how little time re-
mains in which to accomplish 'this
work. Manuscripts are due W'ednes-'
day, October 25. There is much to be
done before a~ play can finally be ac-
cepted and tryouts held. All manu-
scripts should be sub~mitted' to Helen-
Delbrldge*
WVOMEN SWV IMM4ERS
SHOWE ENTHUSIASM

' hetyot zDLuJ'Uay MoRrn~ing, when A Recognition service for the .new
the final elimination will reduce the menmbers of, the Y- XW. C. A. will be
squad to the two teams which will held at 5. o'clock Thursday _afternoonl
represent Michigan in the first inter- in the Sunday school room of the Con-
collegiate debate given by the women gregational' church. Membership in
of the University. the association is on a personal bas-
isi and any girl may join who is in
MUMMERS ANNOUNCE! sympathy with the purpose "To live
as a true follower o-f the Lord Jesus
T I M E FOR TRYOUTS; Christ." Opportunity to join the Y.
~ ~ W. C. A. was given to. women students
Tryouts for Mummejrs, -women'sj at the time of registration, and dur-
dramatic organization, will be held ing the past week the membership
from 3 to 5:30. o'clock tomorrow and' committee, under the leadership of
Thursday in Sarah Caswell ,Angell Katherine Kuhhman, '23, have en-
hall.. deavored -to call on every woman who
IAt the meeting yesterday afternoon has entered the University giving her
it was decided' to divideT the member-I an opportunity to join the association
ship of the club into groups eachi one if she desires. On Tuesday of next
I ofwhih' illproucea pay o b week each new member will receive
given at the parties. of, the Michigan a letter of welcome from the Y.,W. C.
League throughout the, year. 'In ad- A. and anyone who wishes to aff'iliate
dition to these, one act. plays will be themselves with the organization may
staged in private home6"as was done do so by applying at the office in
by the organization last years Pro- Newberry Hall.
ceeds of these plays will be given" to
'the Michigan League building fund. Corduroy Coats $6.50 up. Wild and
Study of the theory of makeup and 1 !o.-Adv.
staging is to be carried out :by the
club as a w hole this year. ,iAttYALG0OGE 0. . ~ i

AT THE THEATERS
Tod iy-Screen.
Arcade-Guy Bates Post in "The
Masquerader;" comedy and
news.
Majestic-Dorothy Phillips in
"Hurricane's Gal;" also Mer-
maid comedy.
Orpheum--George Arliss in "Dis-
raeli;" and Harold Lloyd in
"Iuerth-"Remem bran ce," with
an all star cast; and comedy.
This Week-Stage
CGarrick (Detroit) -Vivian Mar-
tin and Lynn Overman in
"Just Married."
,Shubert-Michigan. (Detroit) -
PDonstelle Company in "Happy-
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EAT AT REX'S
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 Arbor Street
Near State and Packard Streets
POWDER
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PARLOR
In order to facilitate 'our
service the have
employed
THR EE MARCEL. GIRLS
FOR APPOINTMENT CALL
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(Oaver Graham's)

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Establishied 1887

The university threw open its doors to the world
in 1841. Six students entered: one sophomore
and five free'shmien. The Freshmen won the tug-
of-war that year.

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PICTURES,

WOMEN- ARE URGED TO PLAY
OFF TENNIS TOURNAMENT
Playing off~ the first ,rounds' of the
fall tennis tournament. abeeh~n tern-

Swimming, classes - for women. siderably delayed by the bad weath-
started at the city Y. M. C. A. last er -and dates for -the completion of
Tuesday evening. Mlr .V.' 0. Nelson, each round are now uncertain accord-
who is, in ~ charge of the swimming igt tleCe '3S fMwoi
i.ves nti ckeont ,tosedwfor 'wsev-in charge of the tournament., Only
it.Sesontiket, -go_ fo to e-,a few games' have been played so far
enings a Vi'k for four months, may; and those women who have not yet
be had for $4. The classes are held played are urged to do so as soon as
Tuesday and Thursday evenings. At possible in order to complete the
the first _m' eting of- the season last'I tournament before the outdoor .season
Tuesday there were about fifty pros- ends..,
pectiv~e rivals of Sybil Bauer', the Chi-__________
cago girl who 7'holds so many *omen's Dntfre oetpae'ngti
backi-stroke and free-stroke, records, o' ogtt so yrngti
:Marysville, Ohio, on your way to the
and is now looking over the inens bgfobl ae c.22'4' wn
coin'earh f ewfild t ty-six miles from Columbus, Ohio, on
Several habitual swimmers who a paved road. The Oakland Hotel is
were present thoughts that the first prepared to take good care' of you at
enthusiasm over something new reasonable rates.-Adv.
might be responsible for the large at- t
tendance, and that after the novelty Corduroy Coats $6.50 up. Wild and
wears off, and the ground. becomes Co.-Adv.
covered with snow, the enthusiasm __________________
might also suffer a change in tem-
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WEEK DAY BIBLE CLASS TO
BE CO-41PUCTED FOR WtMil>EN
University women have for'. the
first time the opportunity of, joining,!
a week day class in Bible study un-;
der Mr. Thomas M, Iden. Mr. Iden
has been the director of the Ann Ar-'
bor Bible chair for the last nine
years and is well-'known to hundreds
of men on the ca~hpus .as the leader
of the "upper room class." The course
for women will be on Jesus' philoso-
phy of life. The' cla.sses will be
held 'at four o'clock on Thursday af-
ternoons in the Y. W. C. A. rooms in'
Newberry Hall, and are open to all
women of the University..
TEN LEFT IN RYOUTS FORL
ORIG.*MICHIGA.X DEBATE SQUAD
At the second debate tryout heldt
Saturday morning, the Ohio-Michigan
squad was reduced to . the following
ten:; Mabel August, '24;' Frieda Diek-
hoff, '24; Beulah Fox, 24; Florence
Fuller, '25; Yone Moriya, '23Ed; Cel-
ma Simonson, '23; Gertrude Strati
bucker, °'23; Marion Taylor, "24; Lu-
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