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WITH HOUSEPRESIDEoNTS
]qOi SE: RULES AND) LEAGUE ARE
SUBJE(CTS tINDER 1)15-
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LAST TRYOUTS OF YEAR TODIAY
Those who desire to tryout for Por-I
tia Literary society this evcning will
be asked to give a four minute ex-

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"Daily" classified ad.-Adv. Yo

Frances Amnes, '25, president of the
Women's' League, described .the pur-
Spose of the League and the manner in
which it functioned at a meeting-held
Tuesday night following the supper
Sthat Dean Hamilton gave for the new
Shouse president,, of the various sor-
o, rities dormitories and league houses
of the campus.
-IRouse rules vwere then read and ex-
plj~ained in dieta il by Dean Jean H4am-
Silton with tie .purpose' of making
clear the exac~t privileges and limita-
l~ions of University women. The'
hlouse presidents voted to ask the Uni-
SveritAy Senate to define mnore specific-
Sally the rule i-elating to ouit of town
Sdances.
In stea d of organizing separately, as!
Shpas been the case previously, the
league house presidents decided that
they would in the future hold their'
mieetings in conjunction with those
of the dormitory and sorority house
presidents.
The annual faculty tea which has

Tryouts, for Mummers will be held
from 3 to 5:34 o'clock today in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall. Tryouts are re-
quested to come prepared to give a
reading.
University Girls' Glee club will hold
their first rehearsal at 4:301 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 24. Both old
and new members who are eligible
will be notified this week.
The usual Girl Reserve.; leaders'
meeting will not be held tonight on ac-
count of the pep, meeting. Further
notice gill be given.

Arcade-Guy Bates Post in "The
Masquerader;" comedy and
news.
Majestic-Bebe Daniels in "Pink
Gods;" and comedy.
Orpheum-Richard Talmadge in
"i~ucky Dan;" comedy and
:news.
Wiiertlh-"Grand Larceny," with
Elliot Dexter and Clare Wind-
sor; comedy.
This Week-Stage
Garrick, (Tetroit )-Vivian Mar-
tin and Lynn Overman in
"Just Married."
Shubert-Michigan (Detroit) -
B~onstelle Company in "Happy-
Co-Lucky."

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temporaneous talk. The tryouts are
to be held at 7:15 o'clock in room 302
Mason hail. This evening will be the
last time this year that students will
have the opportunity to tryout for
this society. The committee in charge
of this activity wish to emphasize the
fact that freshmen are eligible al-
though any one else who cares to,
may try out. The club iN interested
in both public speaking and debating.
D IEAN HAMILTON TO ENTERTAIN
SOPHO31ORE WOMEN TOMORROW
Sophomore women of the University
will be entertained by Dean Jean
Hamilton from 4 to 6 oclock tomor-
1 row afternoon at a reception to be
given in the parlors of the Barbour
.gymnasium. This is the third of a
series of four receptions which Miss
,Hamilton has given for the women of
the several classes.
Wives of the dleans of the various

The Y. W. C- A. recog nition service
will be held from 5 to 5:50 o'clock this
afternoon in the Sunday school rooms
of the Congregational church. All old
and new members are urged to be
present._
Dr. Iden's Bible classes being g£iven
under the auspices of the University
Y. W. C. A. will begin at 4:30 o'clockE
this afternoon in Newberry MEal.A
large attendance is desired.

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After. an absence of two years, dur-
ing -which time he has been concert-]I
ing in Asia and Europe, Mischa El-
man, the great Russian violinist, has
returned to America for a transconti-
nental tour during the season of 1922-
1923. He will be heard in Ann Arbor
next Tuesday, October 24.
Lose something? A classified in
the Daily will find it.-Adv.t
Wear your tags today.
Your name neatly embossed i Gold1
oil alli
PENS
Purchased at3
RIDER'S PEN SHOPj
,308 So. State St.
REST QUALITY FOOD
HEPLER'SI
STUDENT
LUNCH
409 EAST JEFFERSON ST.
LASTTtM E-TODAY
Dick
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bThe CAMPUS Theatre

Last Times
Tonight
7:00t - 8:30

AIMERICA'S DISTINGUISHED ACTOR
uyAESPS
in the world-faimous dram~a that comes
to the screen with doubled power-
"The asdqucrader"9
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AL ST. JOHN IN "THE CITY CHAP"
FRWArY - SATURDAY
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Any women interested in doing Akm-
of the league houses will be contin-
ued and Elizabeth Parrett, '26, of the eiaiainwr ewn33 n
Rlitze house, was elected chairman of 5 o'clock on Wednesday afternoons
the ommtteeto akearragemntsare asked to call Charlotte 1Erman at
thecomitte t mae aranemets2338" The work will begin next Wed-j
for the tea.,
Luella Galliver, '23, president of anesday afternoon.
Senior society,, spoke concerning the
neighborhood groups of league Final tryouts for the women's debate
houses which have "been, planned Fill be held at 4 o'clock this afternoon
through the efforts of Senior society in room 2, Mason hall. Tryouts will
and the Wom ens League. Seventeen consist of a six-minute constructivey
geographical groups have ,been ar- speech, followed by a four-minute re-
ranged the 'purpose; of which will be buttal..
to bring those women living outside
the larger houses into closer relation- There will be a meeting of the Ann
ship with a larger group. Arbor chapter of the D. A. R.. at thej
Neva Lovewell, '22, spoke next con- Kappa Alpha Theta house Thursdayj
cerning the University of Michigan afternoon. A re-organization and re--
League.r ception for new m~embers will take

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SENIOR SOCIETY
ELECTS MEMBERS
*Senior, Society, honorary, society
for independent senior women, has
elected to membership the following
women : Louise Eckert, lone Ely,
Cora Murbach, Mildred Neff, Jeanette
Palmer, Carol Walters. Initiations
will take place on Monday evening,
Oct. 23.

present.!
Due to the lecture by Sir Gilbert
Parker, the meeting. of Stylus which
was to have been held Tuesday even-
ing, Oct. 17, was postponed until a lat-
er date.!
Today's rehearsals for "The Knight
of the Burning Pestle" are as follows:
Two o'clock-Act I, scenes 1, 2, ActI
II, scenes 1, 4, 7; 3 o'clock-Act II,
scene 1, Act II, ,scene :8;'' 4 o'clock-
Act I, scenes 3, 4, Act, ,II,' scenes 2, 3,

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COMING SUNDAY

- WALLACE REID IN

Eddie Polo
In "CAP'N KIDD"
Comedy

"THE GHOST B3REAKEIR

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Wear your tags today.

SHOWS
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HERE'S AN INTENSE ROMANCE THAT HOLD'S Y OU TO
SEA T WITH SMASHING SUSPENSE!'

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