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October 29, 1922 - Image 3

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VPr A XTQ QE'fND cxir r,

ITH REDTEAMngNof teBoardo aetorsof the ~Fff REH E
/University of Michigan League, to.
First place in the ". W. A. fi- bring Dr. Swift here to address the Fortune telling, stunts, and dlancing
nance campaign was held by the red ; girls of the university. Dr. Swift, -were the entertainments provided at
team at the close of the drive Fidcar whowll ivee e etrshrels the -i-aliowo'cn party given by the
night. The total amount turned in }'ar,wl give her frst lecture on jno diosfrterfehe
by this total was $171.50, a suem which -Nov. 23, followed by two others on Jno diosfrterfehe
iniae1 ra mount of work on Nov. 24 and. 25, - idy night in B~arbour gymnasium.
the part of this team in the last day The question of rules in league The "Hallowe'en Follies" staged inf
of the campaign, bringing them from11 houses was discussed, and since the garah Caswell Anigell hall under the
fourh t firt pace rules of last year seem to be unsat- management of Mary I-b ~ys, began thei
Team an ther cptais wichisfactory in many ways, Dean .Jean evening with a cat chorus, the other
carred ff b~ehonos ae a fo-I amilton and Frances Ames, '23, will acts being songs by Mary Fair, Gxer-
lows: first, red team, Lucille Klotzj undertake the task of revising these a.ldine Spill and Sally Randall, and a
'23,~~~~~~~ catiwtI oa f$7.0 rules.. A suggestion was made that rolb dance by IHortense 1Hoad.
se3cndi, iotha t, Aiale of berts,;-Jhenceforth the regular weekly league A.fter the lollies Elizabeth Carson
'23, captain, with a t.otal of $16.5>0; parties, which have heretofore' been :Ie~d the freshmen over the goat trail
thid, ellw tam ~ucillWhlitniey, given in the afternoon, be alternated v~hich wound in and out behilnd the
thirdati, yllwit teaLlle $5. 0. wth parties given in the evening. In I rtage, meeting a gruesome skeleton
It as stiate tht te ttalofthis way, an afternoon party will be y along the way, and finally ending in,
wasno qutegiven one week, and the next week ai the gymnasium. Tlhere the cornl-stalkj
$ ubscriptisougreeivedcast o qae1 dance for girls will be given in the a .nd scare-crow decorations and the!
$,0.Atogthcapaign is of-
ficially closed, subscriptions are still evening, either Friday or Saturday1 weird jack o'la ntcrns furnished theI
bein taen Y te- orkrs as-night. Dean Hamilton presented sev- setting for dancing which continued
beingtaken by te worker5 ina-erai small questions to the Board and fQ r the remainder of the evening. Mu
mha a somegrsoohecmuth regular business meeting was-held, sice for dancing was furnished by Ken-
frey, '24, chairman of the' cam paignjr
announces that all girls who have not
contributed thus' far pay do so dur-.
ing the next few days.
The fact that the campaign is be
ing carried on by pledge method is '
unknow n to some girls. Those who M
pledge a certain amount are not re-4s1
qluired to pay .it all at once, but can
pay by the month.' Also, the fact that
the finance campaign, is entirely sep-
arate from the membership campaign,
deserves special attention.yt1g

niedy's orchestra, and refresbrnent s of i e ld C u ln ts w t^ s-- j
ing the intermission. Whei n thic fub
men were not dancing, they,- r ls
tening to absorbing futures astldb
tile gypsy fortune-tel lers, Bi:;lace
Kynast, Dorothy Jeffrey, andI Lucre-tiBrw.
S The H-alowe'en party for ie feh
men women took the place ofE jun-1
ior supper given in former yearts. and,

a;ccord';ing to Maian Wi Yllis, eneralÂŁ1.
l~imait ?'2o ed Moroe successfu
1', gtin te freshmen better iC.c
:?int -," with one another a:nd whim
U ii lu r dvisor s. The 'omm,!i ..:ee
r(s)n i fr its successe , xvasL:drI1
cha[1i _'": Ltc'e;ghost trail, iHelen D,
othyl ' li rhop of the refreshnment-s.

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Ox rs i Cobination Colors


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I Wome
The Won-en's Athletic association
board wvill take the interurbani car at
9:50 o'clock this miorning from iThe
corner of State and Pack ard streets to
go on a picnic at the Forestry farm.
All women who wish to join an ev-
enig class in rifle shooting will meet
at7:00 'clock Wednesday evening,
gov. 1, ini the office of Major Shippain
at the It. 0. T. C., headquarters, 1002
S. University;"
The fourth hygiene lecture will be
given at 4:40 o'clock Tuesday after-
non in Barbour gymnasium. All
freshmien. and entering sophomores
are.,required to attend.
Mummers will hold second tryouts°
fromi 4 to 5 o'clock tomorrow after-E
noon ini the parlors of Barbour gym-
iiasiuim. Those. who have tried out
once and received cards arde asked to
report at this time. All mnembers of
tlie club are exkpectedl to attend the
Jordon t ouse, one of the smaller I
dojrmitories, will offer its social priv-;
cleges to a limited number of girls:,
for hoard after Nov. 1. Those w-ho
wish to take advantage of this oppor-
tunity may do so by applying at, once,
with satisfactory references, to Mrs.
E~lla Heartt, 432 South Division St., or,
by caliiig 1813W4;

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We are Offeting Real lVargans i'

0'- vERCO TS

*This Two -1ta


$15.00 - $35-00

in a thrilling ro rance of the red- Llood-
ed west two favorite star., in Clyde
Fitch's greatest plate.

$6.5"- $11.25

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Instead, of rnhs
T'hiey wear pink socks and have a way
all their own o lov~e.

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In fact, scarce1r
unwrapped st~c!
I.oeli and Fisk leats ina
myriad shap~es are ena-
Ira ipia gly triniuiued -ithi
g414 ' 4i' i ear mhid..
cry, with imole,-Ain and
sd~jdii-rel. d3 t LFs G mnd
aaaiami.. $15. to $30.
Ov erilonses anidjac
(Biaettes of paisley, blis-
tered satin antd ailer
embi7wohkred e 'a a t o as
cre?'e haave just been
lifted from atheir tissue
wrappings. $0 to $15.
Gowns for evening anid
dinner wear show
imarked inlinaations to-
w~ard taffeta ,s',(mtons,
Spanish laces,, veivets
aind brocail atvelvet-
elifon. L';cht apdd lark
color:. ~7.0to <$<:.
Sliao-vers and sweaters
that buttoni at the sidl
or in fr()nt are of
brushed wool, silk amnd
wool or pl ia wool. As
to Color--eY'erythliag:
$3.50 to $25.
Sp.orts skirts to weara
with aautl n sweaters
feature iwoo veFlours!iit
checks and 1laids, ini
mny andiid aried. color
combintid os. $5.50 to







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HE Autumn fashions
we are showing a~re
Fifth Avenue fashions,
inspired, designed and influ.-
enced by the atmosphere of
America's Rue de - la P aix.
Moreover, exact, counterparts
of modes seen and worn in
New York may be had here at
prices considerably tower than
you would pay if you bought
them--G on the Avenue."



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thle fiuishiig Itouchto
the cstu.Ale f th
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in . of e l) 11 r e
thread _silk, iht black
and African brown.B
jersey-twveed, it's call-
ed - the newestfab0ric
for simple-lire frocks

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