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of the guests. Mary Early is chair-
man of the trail committee with
Elizabeth Cainas her assistant.
Blanche -Kynast, and Dorothy Bish-
op, are in charge of refreshments,

HOCKEY TEAMS'
BE CHOSEN
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TO clock on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
All Avomen who are trying out for
SOON teams are urged to be present at all
practices.

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NEEDS MORE SVPPOH
Today's rehearsals for "The Knight
Results of the Y. W. C. A. finance of the Burning Pestle" will be held as
campaigni up to yesterday afternoon follows: Three o'clock, Act HII; 4
showed that a total of $517 had been o'clock, the entire cast will meet with
turned in. Although several of the the costume committee.
teams have made a fairly good show-
ing, the results thus far have not Chaperones for the dances this week
been as satisfactory as was hoped for. endapres UnontFriday-M is Marth
As there are many gir wo h ed are Union, Friday-Miss Marth t
as, yet reported, it is hoped that wAhenHills; Saturday-Mrs. M. E. Cake;
the final records are obtained, they Armory, Friday-Mrs. Yates Adams;
will prove muchbetter. Saturday-Mrs. E. G. Heartt.
A-large amount of credit is due to

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1-Hockey teams to renresent the sen-

wnicn willbe served throughoutthe ior, junior, sophomore, and freshman Michigan v and Chintes for $4.50.1
evening. In addition to these attrac- women will be chosen soon, accord-
tions there will be dancing. Rumors ing to Miss Elizabeth Sehon of the SH USE RT NlghtS 50-75-41.0
that the affair is to be a masquerade physical education department, who isands2oad50
are false. coaching hockey. Due to the recent Opposite Cadillac Hotel Main 7790
#bad weather and the condition of the THE BON STE L L E CO
field, practice have not been held reg- n the play thatmade New Yorklaughtwo yeats
1ularly, so it is important that the re- "EAST IS WEST"
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maining practices be well attended. As played by Fay Bainter
Practices for the seniors will be
O f IMONTHIILYME[TINGS 5 held at 4:15 o'clock on Tuesday and GARRICK waat.50e.to $1.6O
Thursday afternoons; for juniors at Sat. Mat. 5c to $2.00
Recommendations made by the ex- 4:15 o'clock on Monday and Wednes- L I L 1 0 M (RoughNeck)
day afernoons; for sophomores at With JOSEPH SCHILDKRAUT and EVA
ecutive board of the Women's Athlet- 4:45 o'clock on Mondays and We- LE GALLIENNE
ic association will be presented to nesdays; for freshmen at 4:45 0'- Next Week-Greenwich Village Follies

NOW SHOWING

The Drama
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the work of the violet team which has
turned in $131.50 of the total amount.
Abigale Roberts, '23, is captain of this
team, and with her fifteen workers,
she has achieved noteworthy resulti.
Standings of the various teams to
date, according to the amounts turned
in are as follows: Violet, $131.50;
yellow, $90.50; blue, $78.50; green,
$58; indigo, $41; red, $39.50; orange,
$33,. Contributions amounting to $45
have been received from girls on cam-
pus who are not members of any team.
It is expected that much keener com-
petition will be evidenced before the
campaign is finally closed.
Results are still being posted on the
bill-board in front of Newberry hall,
at the closing of the campaign the
total arid the final scores of each team
will be given.
PLEDGES OF SORORITIES
ENTERTAINEDi THIS WEEK

The Women's Athletic association
board will take the interurban car at
9:50 o'clock Sunday morning from the
corner of State and Packard streets to
go on picnic at the Forestry farm.
JUNIOR WOMEN ENERTIN
SISTRGLASS- TONIG0H T
All plans have been completed for
the Hallowe'en party which the jun-
ior girls are to give this evening in
Barbour gymnasium honoring the
freshmen girls. Marion Willis is gen-
eral chairman of the affair.
Promptly at 8 o'clock, an enter-
tainment, "The Hallowe'en Follies,"
will be given, under the direction of
Mary Hays. Helen Delbridge, chair-
man of the fortune telling committee
has secured several expert fortune1
tellers, including Susan Fitch, Frieda
Diekhoff, Blanche Kynast, Dorothy
Jeffries, Geraldine Spill, Lucretia
Brewer and Josephine Balz, to pre-,
dict the futures and reveal the pasts

the senior organization and voted up-
on by the members, according to the
plans outlined by Grace Fry, '23,
president, at the first meeting of the
association. The policy of decisions
being made by the senior organization
is a new one this year and is intend-
ed to place more authority in the
hands of the association itself.
The association voted to hold mneet-
ings at 5:00 o'clock on the first Thurs-
day of every month in Barbour gym-
nasium, the junior organization meet-
ing with the senior group once in
three months. Plans, are being made
for a recognition service to be held
when members of the junior associa-
tion officially join the senior organ-
ization after having earned 100 hon-
or points. /
Plans for arousing class spirit to
support class teams were also dis-
cussed. It was decided to announce
the interclass games at the organiz-
ed houses in order to acquaint all
women with the time of playing and
to arouse interest in the class teams.

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Watch, But Live Through
A Surge of Action, A Glimpse in Humanity's Mirror, The
Story ofx7,Woman's Love for Man - Her Strength in
is Weakness.
LOOK AT THIS CAST
CLAIRE WINDSOR, MILTON SILLS,
HENRY B. WALTHALL
lead a Cast of Many Stars
SPECIA L-A D D E D-SPECIAL'
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Pledges of the various campus sor-
orities are being .entertained this week
at teas given in their honor. Wed-
nesday afternoon the Kappa Delt3
sorority pledges were hostesses for
more than fifty women. Collegiate
Sorosis gave their tea yesterday af-

FOOTBALL PICTURES
You wll '~i~i'lie~miii it ton Noliiow after
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sensational tu
etc.

( iAIN4 SU'N.DAY

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ternoon from four to. six o'clock. r
From 3:30 to 5:30 o'clock on Friday,
Kappa Alpha Theta will receive at a°
tea. au
The Alpha Chi Omega tea has beenfW
indefinitely postponed.u
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Imitation Extended illnots Women
A telegram sent. yesterday to the
dean of women of the University of (
Illinois extended an invitation to the
women who attend the Michigan-i-
nois games to make Betsy Barbhonur INSh'

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"The Cow Boy and the Lady"
CO-STARRING
Tom Moore and Mary Miles Minter
SOON

"BURNING SANDS"

CO-STARRING
WANDA HAWLEY AND MILTON SILS

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PHONE 214-Fl

Limemise;

house their headquarters during their
.stay in Ann Arbor. The visiting wo-
men will be met at the stations by
residents of the dormitory.

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'NOTE -Made by the man who made "The Sheik"

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AT TIlE THEATf RS
Today-sereen.
Arcade-Henry B. Walthall in
"One clear Call"; Michigan-O.
S. U. football pictures.
jMjstic-Lionel Barrynmore in
M"jhe Face in the Fog"; and
Orpheunt - Gareth Hughes in
"Don't Write Letters"; com-
edy and news.
IWuerdi-Douglas Fairbanks in
"The 'three Musketeers;" and
comedy.
This Week-Stage
Garrick (Detroit) - "Liliom,"
with Joseph Schildkraut and
Eva Le Gallienne.
Shubert-Michigan (Detroit) -
Bonstelle company in "East
I West."

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Students-
that exercise in the fresh air, as they do here
at Michigan, need blood - producing and strength-
producing food as only meat can give.
We would especially like to call attention to
Fraternity House Stewards
and
Boarding House Managers
By Caling 393
YOU WILL BE
ASSURED OF EFFICIENT SERVICE
AND THE
BEST OF MEATS.

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If you lose your dog, a daily classi-
d ad will find it for you.-Adv.

223 MAIN STREET

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YOU'LL WANT TO KEEP WARM

AT THE CAME

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JOSEPH ML SCHENCK preseND
in her mos, notable contribution
to the Art of the Screen
Old France's gayest courts -the rendezvous for loo, i~ ciandcosinity.
Happy hunting grounds for the gorgeous Duclmsse do Lag ai, a loya1 v ife until her
husband wagered on her faith *- then court-blauty, coquett e los to love, stifling the
C Eternal Flame.
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wol dn terih n poer to ltove ableuntilttoo utioe
Diet! What ta drama
With art incomparable Norma Talmadge h s carried her portrayal to submity. Who
dores to hound or tamel it?
A mighty picture - a masterpiece if ever thesre ahee one - rich, ecstatic
with the spirit of de Balzac's celebrated "Duche ' (I LageJi.
SUPERB PRESENTATION
EL71
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There's nothing like camel's hair
or Angora Scarf for comfort and ap-
pearance.
Corduroy reefers- double lined to
insure warmth in the coldest weather
Class Toques --- highest grade wool
toques for every class.

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