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Acstore. Bands, etc. at
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Manuscripts for the Junior Girls'
play are due Oct. 25. They may be
submitted to Helen Delbridge on or
before that date.
Phi Lambda Theta girls' honorary
educational society, will meet at 8 o'-
clock this evening, at Betsy Barbour
residence. Every member is requested
to be present.
Tryouts for Mummers will be held
fr'om 3 to 5:30 o'clock today and to-
morrow in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.,
Tryouts are requested to come pre-
pared to give a reading.
Tryouts for Portia Literarysociety,
will be held at 7:15 o'clock' tomorrow
evening in room 302 Mason hall. This
is the last tryout that will be held for
some time. Freshmen are eligibld for
this activity.
Today's rehearsals for "The Knight
of The Burning Pestle" will be held as
follows: 3 o'clock Act I, scenes 1, 2;
Act II, scene 4; 4 o'clock Act I
scenes 3, 4; Act II, scenes 2, 3, 5, 6.
The rehearsals are held in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall.
All junior girls who received escort
invitations to the freshman tea which
is to be given this afternoon at the
,home of Mrs. Marion LeRoy Burton,
are asked to call for their advisees
and accompany them to the affair.
Announcement is made that the
shoe shining parlor at Helen Newber-
'ry residence is now open to all women
on the campus.

Invitations for a tea to be given at
4 o'clock this afternoon at the resi-
dence of the President have been sent.
out by Mrs. Marion L. Burton and
Dean Jean Hamilton.
About one third of the women of
the freshman class and their junior
advisors are to be entertained today at
the tea which is the first of a series
bf three teas to be given for the fresh-
men women. Junior advisors are
asked to call for their advisees.f

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of training in public nursing, and Dr.
John Sundwall, director of the depart-
ment of Student's Physical Welfare,
are in Cleveland attending a conven-
tion of the American Public Health
association, which is being held there
Monday,kTuesday and Wednesday of
this week.
Corduroy Coats $6.50 up. Wild and
C,-Adv.

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7 - Passenger Studebaker '17
(BIG SIX)
Completely Overhauled
FIVE GOOD TIRES.
L00W.6PRICE6 A TERMS
CALL 806-J AFTER 61

Engineers' and Architects' Materials
Stationery, Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf Books
Cameras and Supplies

Candies, Laundry Agency, Tobaccos

J University Girls"Glee club will hold
their first rehearsal at 4:30 o'clock
'Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 24. Both old
and new membedrs who are eligible
will be notified this week.

Women Entertain Dean
Dean Jean Hamilton will be the din-
ner guest tonight of members of the
Chi Omega sorority. f
Helen Newberry residence will en-
tertain Dean Hamilton, the officers of
the Women's League, and Neva Love-
well, '22, at dinner tomorrow night.
Dance at Ypsi every Friday even-
ing, 8:30.-Adv.
Corduroy Coats $6.50 up. Wild and
Co.-Adv.
on Easy Terms
any typeri
eu setl et from
the privilege of
the purchase price all rental paid dur-
ing the first six months, should you
at any time decide to buy the thype
writer. Or you can buy on small
monthly payments.
FREE TRIAL Any a nyou select
on ten days' free trial. If you are
not satisfied for any reason whatever,
you send it back at our expense.
MACESTake your choice of all
Sthe latest models, Under-
wood, Self-starting Remington, Silent
L. C. Smith, etc. Every machine is
in perfect condition-rebuilt by otr
exclusive Young Process, and backed
by our iron-clad guarantee. You are
satisfied or your money is refunded.
SAYE 54O /We save you from oa%
SAVE !5 up on all machines. And'
yu choose your typewriter from the
largest selected stock in America.
Write for our illustrated catalog, low ,
prices and convenient terms.
Young Typewriter Co,
15 West Lake St., Dept. 476, Chicago
WEDNESDAY--THURSDAY 1
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"LUCKY DANe
Eddie Ptol
In "AP'N KIDD"
Ccmely:

Call 445 Huron St. Taxi. 25c.-Adv.

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Store hours daily from 8:30 to 5:30
Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

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Store hours daily from 8:30 to 5:30
Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

111 South University Ave.

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The crowning touch of chic - the
autumn and winter chapeau! The
girl who goes to class wearing a
soft velour hat adorned with a
smart little quill of a harmonizing
color will always appear correctly
dressed.
And for the more formal occasions
there are metal trimmed hats that
are as fashionable as the long
frocks Gold and silver metal
trimmings are very popular for
dress and semi-dress hats.

Subtly flattering is the touch of
fur about one's throat! The smart
fur choker or scarf will add a ver-
tan charm to the fall suit-or i
the day is warmer a choker will
make the woolen frock comforta-
ble.
A well chosen fur piece will bring
out the color of the wearer's eyes
and will seem to add the touch of
"finesse" o much desired. There's
a wealth of style in fur chokersl

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Today-Screen.
Arcade--Guy TBates Post in "The
Masquerader;" comedy and
news.
Majestic-Dorothy Phillips
"Hurricn : j 's Gal;" also Mer-
maid coinedy.
Orpheum-Richard Talmadge in
"Lucky Dan;" comedy and news.
"Wuerth-"Remembrance," with
a~n all star cast; and comedy.
This Week-Stage
Griiik (Detro t)-Vivian Mar-
an Lynn Overman in
"Just Married."
Shubert-Michigan (Detroit) -
Lc ompany in "apy

Togs for Campus Wear Must
Be Sm art and Servic'eable
A College Girl must have so very many things and yet she must be able to supply her
needs with an economy of time for in her busy life there is little opportunity for exten-
sive shopping tours. Here are many suggestions for necessary items that are already
for the College Girl.

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The last word in hose has been
said in these new sport stockings.
Wide striped sports hose worn with
College Girl oxfords will add a
touch of style to the class costume.
And for dress wear there are silk
hose, dainty shades to match the
light frocks and darker colors to
go with the deeper shades.

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A WINTER WRAP is ready to greet
.her in the ready-to-wear section. There
are dressy affairs with fur collars and
mnore tailored ones, ranging in price from
s$0.0up.
JERSEY SILK KNICKERS to wear
beneath the heavy winter frock are quite
necessary. There are all dark shades and
these knickers have elastic bands at the
waist and knees. They are priced $2.98.

A WARM BATHROBE that will be
very comfortable to wear while studying
may be of corduroy or of a Beacon blan-
ket. These bathrobes are priced from
$4.95 up.
A WOOL SCHOOL FROCK may be
of tricotine or Poiret Twill or even of
eponge. Tailored modes are most appro-
priate for class wear and there are many
models from which to choose. Priced
from $25.00 up.

The long ear rings - the new
bracelets , - the novelty rings -
all have a definite charm. The ten-
dency in the new styles of coiffure
to allow the ear to show a bit
makes it desirable to add attrac-
tive ear-rings:.
novelty bracelets make the short
sleeves appear stylish -iind what
girl will not enjoy wearing the
new jewelry?
The new; pumps step proudly in as
part of Ohe autumn mode! There
are so iiiany styies that mateh the
nefw fro'k fashions. There are
black tid grown s&tins-with hig
heels for Gress wear.
For street wear there are low
heeled, heavy walking shoes and
low heeled lighter weight pumps
that will not look Out of place in-
side as well ay on the street.

Good typewriters for sale or rent
at reasonable rates. Also portable
Jnderwoods and Remingtons for sale,
& A. Moran, Room 2, 2nd floor, 711 N.,
jJniv.-Adv.
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Umbrellas - they may serve for
rainy dasy, but they're sunshiiny in.
color. There are silk umbrellas in
many different colors to. match 'the
various winter wraps.
Braided leather handles are listed
as 'being "quite right" although
many of the 'umbrplas have the
Ivory or amber handles.

Matinee 2- :30
Adults 20c
Kiddies 10c

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Lingerie Must Be Comfortable

The well dressed girl wears a "Boysh-
form" brassier - they are so comfortable'
and yet so stylish in appearance. These
brassiers may be had in coutil or in satin
and are priced from 89c to $3.00.

A "Raydio" girdle will answer the pur-
pose of a corset for it gives the necessary
support and at the same time is not stiff
enring. This girdle is made of brocade
and elastic and is priced $4.00.

Evening 7.8:4
Adults :35c
Kiddles 10c"

LAST TIME TODAY

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Autumn brings many occasions that require-sports . attire!

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hikes, picnics and parties for which the College Girl will want smart zports

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Frocks of Style

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The vogue for slip-over sweaters has ex-
tended into the fall and winter season
and there are many slip-over sweaters of
brushed wool and Shetland yarn. For
out-of-door occasions there are heavier
sweaters with roll collars. Prices range
from $1.79 to $9.75.

Plaited skirts make attractive companions
for sweaters land sports jackets. Dark
colors have lighter stripes and ihany nov
elty materials have been used effectively
in making these skirts. They are priced
from $5.95 up.

Frocks of:Beauty

For Teas

For Dances

THURSDAY - SATURDAY

Eliot Dexter
AND
Claire Windsor

In the College Girl's. life there are
many social occasions-teas, din-
ners, and other affairs - and for
these she must have a gown that
is at once becominx and stylish.
The vogue for mnatelasse effects,
the Bertha style in collars, the
beaded trimmings - all of these
things have been used effectively

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Frocks that will gayfully fit into
the dance season may be of velvet
with a bit of metal trimming - of
soft canton crepe. In a draped ef-
fect, or. If the occasion is formal
of : crisp taffeta with an adorable
ornrment - on the girdle.

There are so many leasurable
casiois in the. Coliege year1
the wardrobe must : be well
plied in order to furnish just

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