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NURSES PLAN TO
HELP IN CAMPAIGN
NO1111 Nurses of the University trainig
school metFWednesday evening to in-
®__augurate plans for assisting in the
epa~~~~~~~ mn fAgcutr avWomen's League building campaign.
partment of Agricultureto ae 1+r Frances Ames, '23, president of the
MIlB it; Bower to be Arranged League addressed the girls, and Laura
For DaIieing Mills, '23, spoke of the activities of
the League on the campus and of the
OMNE ' LEAGUE TO AE organization of neighborhood groups.
POOR A\1 DANCE PROCEE,'S As every woman who enters any
department of the University auto-
Word has been received in Ann Ar- matically becomes a member of the
r that the District Florists' Tele- League, the nurses are already mem-
ali' Delivery association will rhold hers, and will be able to start activ-
joint convention with the State Flor- ities without further delay. Each class
s' association which will hold ,its is planning to organize into a unit
mual exhibit and convention here to act in a campaign for funds, which
)v. 10 and 11. The exhibit of the ?they will turn over to a general com-
iwers will be held in Barbour gym- Imittee. The function of -this commit-
sioni and will include displays from tee is to keep in communication with
rists all over the state of Michigan, , the campaign committee of the League
well as from Washington, D. C., at all times.
d cities in Canada. The Univer- Plans are now being prepared for
y botanical gardens will also con- the formation of an Athletic associa-
iute some rare floral displays. tion and a Bridge and F;ve-Hundred
special feature of the show will club. The athletic club which has
a huge chrysanthemuni which has been in existence at intervals for the
en cultivated by the United States past three years is being reorganized,
partment of agriculture at Wash- and an unusual amount of enthusiasm
gton. is being evidenced, as the nurses have
Not only alumnae but also the'
alumni organiations are interested $econd Annu al azaar Pl ann ed
in ' the work' of' the Mic'higam 'League O P ee Vacation
and are anxious to help, Wives of
alumni may j'ih the group and nany
of them are taking-an active part in Barbour gymnasium will again be give one big affair which would take
the work even though they themselves the scene of a bazaar which is to be take place in Barbour gymnasium
are not Michigan women, Mrs. Hol- given on Dec. 8 and 9 by the Women's about a week before Christmas vaca-
brook stated. tion. In tbis way much competition
The task at present is to get the League, and the Ann Arbor churches. 'would be eliminated. Over $2,000.00
groups in working order for the :fi Home made candy, a Fifth avenue was realized for- the League in this
nancial drive which will come'later gift shop, tea 'room, dinner and other way last year.
in the year.features will form a part of the at- One of the maan features, of the ba-
_______ s.zaar is the gift shop. Individual
ptractions. This affair will take the shops will be arranged throughout the
Grid Graph Nets Women's League $175 place of the numerous small bazaars place where wares of various sorts
Announcement has been made that j that are usually held around Christ- will be sold, the idea being to supply
$175.00 was "realized by the Women's mas time. the students and townspeople with ar-
League last Saturday from the sale Last year the Michigan Women's ticles that may be used as Christmas
of tickets for Hill auditorium where League decided: to cooperate with the gifts. The shops will be manned not
the returns: front the: 0.:S. U. game women of the various churches who only by representatives from the: Wo-
were received and given out on the annually give a Christmas bazaar and men's League but also by the women
electric= score board.'<I Itwas decided to join with them and from the churches participating. Last
year the demand for these gifts was
greatly in excess of the supply and,
Miriam Reed, '23, student chairman
of the bazaar has asked that members
of the League begin working on their
donations for this part of the bazaar!
as soon as possible.
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616 First a' Bk. Bldg.
Office Hours Phone
9-12; 1:30-5 32-F1
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Pl ain iToe
What tweeds are in clothes
this plain toe blucher is in
,hoes. The toe is wide-quite
full. There's no leather better
-browns or black.
Black and Brown
The flower exhibit will be arranged the use of the gymnasium for basket-
around the walls of Barbour gymnna- ball and swimming one nght a week.
slum in such a way as to allow a large Prospective members for the bridge
spae in the centre of the room. Ken- club are now being enrolled, and ac-
nedy's four piece dance orchestra has tivities will be started as soon as all
been secured for the occasion, and arrangements have been made.
in this bower of flowers arid olor'ed
lights there will be dancing both
nights of the show. Tickets for the
dance may be secured at Wahr's and
Graharris book stores.
The convention will be held at 2 o-I U
clock on Friday afternoon, Nov. 10.
and'will continue until midnight f Seven nrew alumnae groups have
the fallowing day. Meetings will be been formed for the purpose of work-
held'during both days. mg for the Women's League building
Inasmuch as a large number of out- campaign which is now in full swing.
of-town people are expected; not only This was announced by Mrs. Evans
from the neighboring towns but from Holbrook who has just returned to
outside the state, arrangements have Ann Arbor 'after a three months trip
been 'made to run a tea roomin can- in the West and Northwest in the 1n
junction with the fiower show- The terest pf the League.
Parlour of Barbour gymnasiAm will. The new groups are located at Bill-
be 'trnsformed into a Dutchscene ings, Mont., Missoula; Mont.;, Spokane,
and Dutch waitresses will serve the Wash, Los Angeles, Salt Lake city
lunches. Regular meals will be serv- and Columbia, Mo. Groups will be- or-
ed at'noon. time of both days and the ganizedlater at Portland and Eugene
tea room will be open all 'afternoon Ore. Mrs. Holbrook also, met with
and evening for ,light lunches. The groups at Seattle, Wash., San Fran-
management of the tea room is in the cisco, Pasadena, San Diego, Denver,
handsof women of the Alpha Phi sor- Kansas City, St. Louis, and Chicago.
League to Geti proceeds -__________________
On Saturday morning of the show
the An Arbor school children will
be taken through free of charge and 'NEW C"SUEZ
the exhibits will be explained to them
by Prof. H. H. Bartlett of the depart-
ment of Botany.
Door receipts from the flower show
as well. as the proceeds from the tear
om as danceedsl o towardth 12 E.William St. ,
Women's League campaign and the' ii
sale of tickets will be by the League.
Tickets to the flower show will be 25 Special Luncheons.
cents. They may be precured at ei-
ther Wahr's or Graham's book stores Special Dinners.
or from any of the women selling on Special Sunday Dinner.
Leta "Daily" classified ad rent that Chop Sueys of all kinds I
and Short Orders our Spe-
vacant room for .you.-Adv.cales
Lose something? A classified in!
theDaily will find it.-Adv. -__
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Fifth Ave. and William St.
RIEV. L. F. GUNDERMAN, Pastor
FIRST CHURCH OF
409 S. Division Street
"'L1c IRcw ' tWoria beg~un
9:30-Student Bible Class.
14:30-"The Supremacy of the Scrip-
imi "~iB no 4iivg ill euie"
Do you want the scriptural proof for the above and also hear that NOW
is the designated time? Then come and hear
B. E. ALAIR, of Detroit
SCUWABEN HALL, SOUTH ASHLEY STREET
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29TH,. AT 7:30 P. M.
Sunday morning service, 10:30.
Subject: "Everlasting Punishmnent.
Sunday School, 11:45.
7 :30--"The Ideal of Marriage,"
EVERYONE IS WELCOME
"To see life steadily and see it'whole."
State and" Ir ron Streets
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister
Service 10:40 a.m.
"E'XPL&RING THE SUBCON-
Reading Room, 236 Nickels Arcade.
Open daily 12 tQ 5 except Sundays and
Fifth Ave. and Washington St.
E. C. STELLHORN, Pastor
I' ee ®~niI n I~ii
333 SOUTH MAIN
Being the first o a series of sermons
in applied psychology.
5:45 P. m.
Young People's Supper
6:30 p. m.
MR.' RALPH CARSON
recently American Rhodes '-Scholar at
Oxford University, speaks on "THE'
DUTY OF A"CHRISTIAMN STATE."
Saturday, Octoler' 28; 8:00 p.. i.
Hallotwe'en Party' at the Church.
A CORDIAL' WELCOME!
9:30 A. M.-An Experience: "I wen
for the Bread of Life this morn
ing'," said a discerning and disap-
pointed college youth, "and the
preacher gave me instead, 'Na-
10:30 A. M.--A Reformation Sermon.:
Subject: "Bringing the Light Out
Into the Light."
j5:30 P. M.=Student Forum. Tlop~ic:
"'Authority inReigion." Rev. L.
F. Gunderman, leader.
7:3'0,P. M =evening Sermon, "Bread
or Nabiso." All services in 'the
(Evangelical Sy'nod of N. A.)
4th Ave., near Packard
G. A. NEUMANN, Pastor
Sunday school at 9:15 a.m.
Church Service conducted in the Gern
man Language at 10:30 A. M.
REFORMATION DAY SERVICE
aev. C. C. Haag of Detroit will pteach.
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
HOWARD It. CHAPMAN,
Minister of University Students
R. EDWARD SAYLES, Minister
Mr. Sayles' Sunday Topics
Sec "Upper Room" Bulletin
10:30--"The Divine Presence."
stuient Guild Class at 12:00 o'clock.
and Printed Schedule
6:00-Guild Social Hour.
Sunday Class for Men from
9:34 to' 10:15
where you will find a good selection of
Ladies' and Children's Hats-Fur-
trimmed, Metal; Panne Velvet, Velour
This Shop is operated on the new system of selling mer-
chandise-namely, the "Piggly-Wiggly" or self-serve idea
is carried out.
Customers are permitted to make their own selections
without interference, all Hats being on display and in easy
reach of the customers. Any assistance desired is readily
obtained by calling the attention of the attendant in charge.
When a selection has been made the customer carries
the Hat to the attendant, who places it in a bag and collects
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH"
REV. A. W. STALKER, D.D., Minister
MISS ELLEN W. MOORE, Studtt Director
Corner Third and West
CARL A. BRAVER,
9:30 A. M.-German.
10:30 A. M.
I :30 P. M.
7:30 F. M.
Morning Worshin: Pastor's Subject: "I APPEAL TO CAESAR."
Special: Music: Violinanil'Organ: "Dernier Souvenir" (Ravina),
Mr. Clancy and:Mrs. Rhead; Anthem, 'Sanctus" (Salter), the
Quartet. and Chorus. Anthem: "The Inner Voice," (Bartlett),
the Quartet and Chorus. Soprano Solo: "Hear Ye, Israel"
(From the Elijah) (Mendelsohn), Mrs Wheeler.
Bible Classes for students in Wesley Hall.
Dr. A. W. Stalker, leader of Wesley Guild Devotional Meeting.
Mrs. Dan B. Brummitt of Chicago, Speaker. Subject: "Patriot-
Special Music: Violin and Organ: "Romance" (Herrmann),'
Mr. Clancy and Mrs. Rhead. Anthem: "The Day is Dying it
'the West "' Salte'r), the Quartet and Chorus. Tenor Solo:
"Fear Not Ye" (Buck), Mr. Wheeler.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
DIVISION AND HURON
REV. L. A. BARRE TT, D..., Minister
LEWIS C. RElMANN. Sec'y Men Students
MISS HELEN 51AW BROEISMIT, Soc'y Women Students
"THE TEST OF INTEGRITY"
PROF. W. D. HENDERSON, LEADER °
SOCIAL HOUR 5:30 ALL STUDENTS WELCOMED
10 30 A. M.-Bible School.
11:30 A. M.-English.
"THE REFORMATION OF THE
In addition to the usual
will be a children's
service at 7:30 p. m.
YOUNG PEOPLE'S MEETING
Mrs. Cyril Haas of Constantinople will speak.
The World Service Department will be in charge.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
"THE STONE CHURCH WITH A WARM WELCOME"
$t. Eubrcw's Episcopal .Curch
COR. CATHERINE AND DIVISION"STREETS C
hERBERT ATCHINSON JUMP, Minister
E. KNOX MITCHELL, JR., Student Pastor
MARY IWBALL MILLAR, Wonien's Secretary
At 10:30-"'SHIELDS OF GOLD AND OF BRASS"
At 12:00--A Special Privilege! Prof. JESSE S. REEVES will discuss "THE
LEA GIE OP 'NATIONS."
Bible School at 9:30 A. M.
HENRY LEWIS, Rector
CHARLES T. WEBB, Student Pastor
MISS RACHEL HAVIjAND, Secretary
10:30 A. M.-Dr.
R. P. Shepherd, of.
speak on "Jesus and
He Is a student.
Come and hear him.
10:30-REV. HARRY P. NICHOLS. "THE SECOND FUNDAMENTAL OF RE-
C. E. at 6:30 P. M.
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