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a nd erteta._ inment. Hotel_ and J PEre- II tu ._s nt~qct
starans i th, ctya clied to the 1
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FUND' DRIVE MD'flAY lE__________________ BREAecNEEDSrMORE , cr
All women Wvho wish to jioin an ev- _ _A11%. , -t continued to ,-,ay Gthat1
Ann Arbor's annual Community fund ening class in rifle shooting will meet I We need help," said Mrs. Mary L.1 theree are still 1)nienty of Odd jc bs fort
driive ill open on Sunday, Nov., at 7:00 o'clock Wednesday evening, Stewart, University employment see.- all persons wishinlg thiem, anim t: tc
12,an wil un hrughth wekNoV. 1, in the office of Major Shippam retary. "On the week-ends of games,i these will probably continue th:'oug h-t
12, nd il r nctil . he w ek at the R. 0. T. C. headquarters, 1002 and there are two left, we never have; out the wear.I
~continuing bi the quota is reach-I S. University. enough. men to meet the demand." -
Ad. The 12 w elfare organlzatiofl, Mrs. Stewart added that last week IFR HENW10IEN TO IBE t
which this campaig n will ass;ist are h orhhgeelcewl e students were wantedl for all sorts of Et ,T1~I AT t , , IJAY
B3oy Scouts, Day Nursery, Coimmunity jokoe h eked
oue HuaeSiey Mihgngiven at .4:00 o'clock this after- j -oerteweked
1101se AuaneSoiet, Gichr~ noon, in Barbour gymnasium. All I Fraternities and sororities gavel
Childs-ens' Aid society (Arnn Arbor: freshmen and entering sophomores I parties and additional help was need- Ms ainT.Bro nlDa
branch)' Old Ladies!' hoixte, Publicie reuedtatn. cd to serve, clean uip, and for music; Jean 'Hamilton will entertain the third'
h-ealth Nursing association, 'F"anily _______ group of freshmen women at a tea to!
Welfare board, Colored Peopcles' re-lJorD House, one of the smallerI1 I be given from 4 o'clock to E; o'clock
lif Slato Am, .M.C A In dormitories, will offer its social priv- I AT THlE THEATERS I tomorrow at the home of 'the I resi-
Y. W.C. A.1 eleges to a limited number of girls i ___ dent, 815 South University avenue.
An effort is to be made during tihifrba4 fe ovI.Tos h'Tciday-Scere.I
driveto gt a ledgefrom ever wish to take advantage of this oppor- ,
ho~s i An rbrrearles f hetunity may do so by applying at once, Arcade-Mary Miles Minter and
amount pledged. wihstsatrieeecs oMs Tom Moore in "The Cowboy
Students of the public -peaking de- ElaIat,42Suh iiinS. r1 anid the Lady;" cornedy and
partment are planning to assist in thie caln news.
campaign by :giving fcu,,r mintito by 1813W.
speeches at theaters and other meet- . I I Maestic-Nornma Talmadge in
Today's rehearsals for "The Kni"ghhttrna Flme;,an
_________of the Burning Pestle" will be held in Luio aein"hePrte".ATTME ,N~I
CO0MM ITTEES ' FORc II sene t1,2,5; occk, Act Orplieum-Alice Joyce in "TheTI
BAZAAR ARE NAMED I scnj, c Iscnj, c I Inner Chamber;" and comedy. Alice joyceI
scene 5; 7 oclock, Acts I, II, III. -i
MiimRe, '2, gt l hira Wuerthi - John Barrymore in Ii
ofthiritmased,>bazanar l ha illmbe Tryouts for Freshmen Girls' glee "Sherlock teCrsmsbaar Hc il elcrokIolm.es;" comedy j c Inner,
held undler the ausp ices , of the Wo- clWed beaheld from2to5'cck an nes
men's League has appointed the fol- IWtednSdayolfterooin rout or24an --' "Il ,
lvfrgpersons as. chairmeni of the teSho fMsc rot o nI1 This week-Stae I l per !~t
var~us ommitee: n~rkig, Hlenaccompanist will also be held at this
Dbrde'2;paEte Wettime. Garrick (Detroit) "--Greenwich
'23; auction, Catherine Stafford, '24; " , There will be a spread 'for gall wo- Vilae Flle-" 3I -
door receipts, Helen .Aubrey, '23; tea r,..
romiagrtWye 2;taro men playing hockey at 5:30 o'clocki I Shubert - Michigan (Detroit) - -
pu-Thursday afternoon at Palmer field. ( Bonstenle company in "The 1
decorations, Marion Blood, '24A;p ; The hockey teams will be announced , woman in Bronze."I
licityDorothy Bennetts, '23; }-,yposters a httm.Alpaesaerqet _____________________________
w acid booth arrangements, T-Square I -----____
and ootharrngemnts T-Suai ed to pay 25 cents to their respectivet
society; floral display; Carol Walters, class managers before Thursday. ______________
'23;" soap booth, Catherine Mullen, _____
'2i; candy, Christine Addison, '24; Every League house, residence hall rf y rr
--id finance, Dorothy Jeffries, '24. and sorority on the campus is request-11L
This year a different scheme will be ed to send a representative to the , hTE~V~
usedl in regards to ma ing the arti-I blue roomr at Martha Cook building F A\7OL III
ales which are donated to the bazaar, Between 12:30 and 5:30 o'clock to-
Each person contriibucting is asked to; morrow afternjoon to discuss plans As1ounegbr.
keep a! record on the amnount spent for contributing articles to theha
for materials as well as the amouin~t ~aar". Ask the Steward of the
of tiietke mk.the a.i Inti a T1-_" a1--_ 1 ; ?

Those freshbmen women who have'
b)een. una-ble to comne to either of the
other two teas which Mrs. Burton and
liss; Hamilton has given are invitedt
to atend the tea tomorrow as it will
heo the final one of the series of
freshmen teas. Freshmen women are
urge .l to come regardless of whether
or not their junior aidvisors call for
them.
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