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October 28, 1922 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-10-28

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WUUEI1s HUCKU TIWHOA
FLAHD FO NET WEEK!
In prep~aration for the women's in-
terclass games in hockey, a "spread"
will be held at 5:30 o'clock Thursday
afternoon at Palmer field for all wo- I
mnen who have been out for practice.
That afternoon the four classes will'
organize class songs and yells with
which to support their teams when
tihe interclass games are played the/
following week.
The spread is being arranged by
Georgia !Church, '23,: general manag-
er of hockey, and by the hockey manl-
agers of the various classes who are1
as follows: Helen Miller, '23, Doro-
thy Bogan, '24, Helen Brace, '25, and
Dorothy Ogborn, '26. Those women
who expect to attend the. spread are
requested to report to their respect-
ive class managers in order to pay 251
cents for defraying expenses.
Great interest in hockey this fall is
reported by the general manger, and
since only two more weeks remain in I
the season, competition in practice
and in making the team is expected
to be keen.
MICIA'N DAWES WILL
GIVE PARTY FOR HUJSBAND)SI
Barbour gymnasium -will. be the
scene of activity. tonight when the
,Michigan Dames will have the first
party' of the year at which they willj
entertain their husbands.
1 Rallowe'en spirit will be carried out
in decoration and eats while dancing
will be the main feature of: the even-
ing. Eleanor Francisco will also fav
or the party with some fancy dancing.
About 50 or 60 couples are expectedl
to be presen .
Try a " Daily" liner if you want to
get real results.-Adv.I

nr rndaing w+ithf1a v "ety o{ subjects. UI arttoau e
TO ''liong th :c ali wrk of Samuel
F~lOWHI uuu~ Val P A Ci ' ad 1-M. Barn es,. Fire On Campus
nu p al the. ,,olarsh ipbetween the,___
ti ,(,rei mtau ds-,K~ !Fire, doing no damage and causing,
1 n dpst hice e de-no 1ltl xctmnwa asdyetra
Chaperones for the dances tonight!' Y. !moringiysawlghtedcigaetteehrow
are: Union-Mrs. M. E. Cake; Armn- A fellowship which will enable the ~ i.Abyth Lndon Gas World to:Iamonng theydad lhevesgreon thrapus
ory-Mrs. E. G. Heartt. hbolder to do research work inchnb the m-g wter mark of knowledge;Tefrspadailybitwso-
I The fireespreadmrapidlygbutfwasIfor
istry, particularly inthechmisryo discovertoehedretmetbefgorore .it hadgan
The Women's Athletic association( gases, and at the same time offer-, a 1 't~l n nbulk".I ed ney die ed beforehatain-la
ed anyheadwa.wsnitatiparicula
board will take the interurban car at chance to the holder to study folc]Th pro , fth, flowhi s ;w place it would not have done much
9:50 .o'clock Sunday morning from the 13 , tio l to the opp}r j(damage, but had it been near a build-
corner of 'State and Packard streets to M..hsrcnl enr-:t~~c uiisi h a nutyadt ng the loss might have been great. It.
go on picnic at the Forestry farm. in this University- The fell 7wsni,, p a m t' te dncemient of the gas.
which was the gift of the Michigan Gas 1 Y #'ll5i 011throuh rsearch work. The i ugse hti h uuemr
care may be taken as to where cigar-
The oar of iretorsof he Wrn-association, was first started in 1990, jod i;' lion of .:e fello-wship is in tearthon
en' legu wil hlditsregla met-but in 1919 owing to the war it, was ; t Olel ~ tlire; lgcommittee of ___-______
ing at 10 :o'clock this morning in Bar- i dopdsn t or-eals tteM~lg~f tt a soido. Got something for sale? A "Daily"
boar gymnasium,.ic hnhaebe nucesu n classified ad will sell it for you.-Adv.
i______________________ til the present year. Pro~f W',,jSelo B are Nurses!Lost Something? Let a "Daily" class-s
The holder of this fellowship inust. tsorT.I artlett, director( if id ad find it for you.-Adv.
jbe a graduate student, and must have
J TTHE THEATERS spent the summer previous in actualo tain i pbihalh urig
1Iemployment, with some gas COmeany. is at tenin three day's mleeting
Today--&xeen. Twenty-two men have held this cf ti llinoi. Slate Nurses' ,associa-
scholarship and are all now in.,respuu- (tioan thir z. Professor Bartlett1,C
IArcade-Henry B. Walthall in sible positions. The research work WI a'_l r . , che association and bring
"One clear Call"; Michigan-O. w'hich these men carried on has re- gi'Petiflg from the nurses of Michi-

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