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W(V{E141N'S PARTY 0111
EN LPSlL ('}311TINI1.

WOMENI________
Therc will be a spread for all wora-;
fE1CTS T 'e..o-who have come out for extra hockey
practice at 5:304o'clo:,k this afternoon
al Palmer field. 'The hockey team
i will be announced at that time. All

M ichiganLeague Continues
s Local Aericaiato or

University women have been ver-j
generous in lending their time and ef-
forts to Americanization work wh~c:i
is being carried on under the direc-
tion of the Michigan League.
On Wednesday afternoon of each

.Women of the state of j. ichigan are N -omern who expect to attend are re-
being legally discriminated aganyt <ac- quested to nay 25 cents to their re-

cording to a report whd the Na:ticon- s 'tive managers as soon as possible. ,week cars which have been donated
al Women's party has made after a' ____y townspeople will call for the wo-
areful study of the laws of Michligan. Members of Portia Literary society n'enede and hien Univerthechiltee-
Wives and mothers, accordfing to the wvill' miee.- at 7 o'clock this evening ch denof heaniv rsmtwomyensthe
investigation, do not pc ,.ess, under . in room 302, M : on hall.chdrnragg omtoyrsu
the awman ofthefigts hic --wlill be started on the way' to real: )
manla, andyomanhe igrated. crrr o teFehanGrs ng future citizens by teaching then
.every rea n oa sgrnel ryusfrteFeha ilrood, healthy gamn, the rudimientv
:Michigan law, the inves tigatfors find, Glee club will be held Monday after-_U
still reflects the old nlih Common! no >n at 4:20 o'clock in room - 204 of the of reading, writing and spelling. The
Law" in classing women as infecrior' School of 'Music, for girls who wer women, too, will be instructed inr tae
' ilse of the English language and all
to men. A married woman in this state un.able to be present at the first try- that goes toward the Americanization
clues not oven own her own w earing ou . o h oege.I shpdb hs
apparel or the ornaments purchiased o h oege.I shpdb hs
by her husband for hecr use; a wife's Members of the Bible class for" Un. j in charge that fathers and older sons
of the families will interest them-
work in taking care of the homne andj iversity women which is being co.. elesi.atedngth!ngt1cho
in bringing up the chil(Vren is still in 'ducted by Mr'. Thomas Iden, will meet In this way the progress that is mnadE
the category of slave labtor in the sense this afternoon at 4 o'clock in the
that it beclong°s to her husband and she 'south parlors o2 Newberry hall. At-bytewmnwlnobeosthug
has no right to any retuirn fior it. jten t u is called to the fact that it is ---___- ___-
Oitnoftof mothe crmostt ytserioteus jidihe ourem- ATTHEt yet too onsalatste ttowmejoinhe thed acoursentreseATreTrgeEto.HEATEHEAES
inatqnsaganstthewomo o~theandallgirs ineretedareurgd t
:,kate is the fact thrat a wife hpas al- attend the meeting this afternoon.
mos no power to mnake a contract.!
Only if she h'sc om e property of herI AfternoCon rehearsals for "Thle Arae- .ad haly i
otwn mray she cotract for any sorvices ; Knight of 'the Burning Pestle" wl be "rning Sa1" nda;" dda Boy i
or materials' of any sort. It doe3 not h eld in Sarah Caswell Angell ball, "BrigSn; an.Bob
m attear that before. her marriage she ..and the evening rehearsals in Ne i Vernon. in "pardon -My Clove."
mzay hav~e been carrying<; on a large ;berry hail auditorium. The schedule -___
ljusnes an ma~ar S hr. 'Twoo'cocki Majestic--Norma Talmadge in
buiesadmngn 'e own f-i for today is as follows: two o'clock, "'h Eena«lae",n
fairs quilt ec capably. o soon as she Act V, scene 1 ; 3 o'clock, Act V, L~pioLn n TePrt.
marries sh!e is classcd 'by the la-, with Iscene 3;4 Lpn ae. h iae" o'clock, Act V, scenre 2; 7 I
the children. andCthe insane, as far as !o'clock, Act V, entire. Orh m-Wife Wetvrn
her power to nik~e a contract i.s con- I-- -m inrclWsovri
r "Anne of Little Smoky"; and
cerned,;' states the report of the Nra- PRlOF . NELSON WILL I 31;ETI com edy.
tional Woman's pary rYOTS", AAQE I)l ___
Various other examlples are quoted -Weth orsMyi"U an
in te reort hic indcatethatthe Professor J. Raleigh Nelsion, direct- At 'Errn". comedy n es
women of this state are being leg ally ICr oyMaquedwmensseaws. Ior
d.iscriminatedi against. In an effort to galanton, will meet all women who 'T~ Ve-Sa4
remove these outworn restrictions, the ;have applied for membership in the hs1'~ -rat
IMllhipm~n h znho b c4 ~n W ncin i .-.. .

ithe totally foreign influence of the
_horde.
} Among the foreign w~omen who al e
!interestedl in attending the Amercican_-
ization schools, are natives of -Rus-
'sia, Greece, Italy and the countries of
south eastern Europe, with the vram-
Syiied and novel experience.; which thle>'°
native country affords. These people1
form the backbone of a very inztellec&.
tual and refined peoples and hien
the work of Aner icanizati'on is ca~r-
)!ved out, they should be an ,rssot, to
t the United States anzd the ccmuinzz-
ity in which they live.
F 1oror ty 13i~h 4r°. Ied;1 ie~xi «°ar -
IAlpha Kappa, losal sorority, fY S
Monroe. St., has l een grantedl a c l ";--
ter to the national f'ratern ty of Al-
phala Gamma Deita.I
Plans for the in~stallation of the,
chapter have not yet been eoiplzo;Xd
Ebut it is expected that the formal
cem'einwny will take place some tune
in. the next few week.,
Speretary is Introdiuced at, Servie'
Mrs. Bruce Millar, the new secr'e-
tary for university women on the staff
of the Congregational church, was in-
troduced to the congregation at the
Sunday service. She spoke briefly in
regard to the work which she is as-
suming. Mrs. Millar is well equipped!
for the position due to her former sec-
retarial and social service experience.
IShe will give part time to her new
position.
You will be surprised at the large
Sresults obtained at low cost from a
"Daily" clasified' ad ---Aciv.
ONE DOLL %Rr
FOR YOUR OLD) PEN -
In Fxchanve For a

ATTHE THEA TER S
One of th~e most pronounced dra-
m~atic successes of last season was
Boot h zarkngton 's brilliant comedy,
"Th3In't mate Strangers", in -wAhichr
A lds lsaRyan has achieved a tri-
unph. "pjhis play which was seen last
cce:son only in New York, Boston,
Chica go, and two or three of the larg- '
er cities, will be presented by August-
us Pitou, at the Whitney Theatre,
Sunday Might, Nov. 12. M-Viss. Rynn
will ho remenmbered: for her artistry:
in "'eg -0' My Heart", "Tea for
Three", "Peg For Short". The orig-I
:ssl r,;t'n ill be seen here.
Al i n auy be glad they're men ; but .
. orc tblDn oe Nill 'wish lie were at
girl when the Wvonn~s Leagule givesI
its Slyly, show tomnorrow, for' only
g rl?-wai bse allowed to enter Sarah
Car>well Augell hail. No modiste or
F'ifth Avenue could p~resent more chic,
stun.ning costumes than will he wornI
by -Michigan girls. Everything front
r-ding bhvdIits to evening gowns will
be dl splaye(I on charming mnodels fro,.
Helen Newberry residence, Alpha;
Cmr.lcr n Phi, Alpha Xi Delta, Chi
Omaega, Delta Gamma, Kappa Al phc l
Theta, Pi IBeta Phi and Sorosis soror-
ities. After the show there will be
dancing in dihe gymnasium.
IAnn Arbor People Annunce -RXariag-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. M6rgan an-
nounce the marriage of their daugh?-
ter, :Ilelen Edith Morgan, '26, to ML~r.
John W. Neatly, '24.' Mr. Keatly is a
Memrber of Trigon.
M-chiga nDaily and Chimes for $1.50.

ONEDOLLAR
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ANY STANDIARD MAKE.
IN EXCHANGE' FOR
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trau~i i uvs o %LLR v . irs pary club at 5 o'clock this afternoon in
flansa campaignM for an "equal rights"! Sarah Caswell :Angell hall. Professor
law when the iegislature meets in'Jan- ;Nelson will explain the new method
nar. Wscosinalradyhassuc a~which the club has adopted this year
lawe which has anparen tly worked 'welli for taking in members.
for more than a year. Tryouts will be asked to help iu de-
tailed matters pertaining to the pro-
ATE 1 I4jEE L Y UT duction of "The Knight of The Burn-
ing Pestle" to be given Nov. 22 in 11111
auditorium. In this way, the new
"Library Notes," a new weekly pub- girls will become acquainted with thc'
lishing news and items of interest tc active members of the club and with
the members of the University libraryc the methods used by the organ iza-
staff, made its first appearance re-; tion.
cently.C;
Among the more important st-bjects
in this issue was the announcement
of the gift, by a Detroit alumnus, Of s
the famous Burdett-Coutts collectiorj
of-biblical and iiturgical manu Iseri-pts
This collection is said to 'be particu-
larly important in that it fur nishes .
uinworked- material for a critical stud-,
of new testaiment texts.
Notice was also girven of aseeri , z
Minor O":anlges 1ZIn the :irary st¢_Af
The saeries of teas which Mrs. lar-
n L. Burton and Dean Jean Hamil-Mn
ton have been giving in honer of th(, I
freshmencu women and their junior Cr.d
vf, nnP oA.nie v..frl'Vaf- i will buy aCroa1.C

Garrick (Detroit) -- "Greenwich
Villeg e Follie3."I
} IDons tel le companly in "The
Woman? in Bronz7e."

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WIIFRDESTOER
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EDDIE POL'OIn
Chapter 5
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ternoon -wheon the final group of fresh-
,ecn was entertained. More than 120 i
women were present at yesterday's=
tea wh.i ch wtas held at the home of the
President. Oak leaves and autumn
ftowers were used 'to decorate the
room-1s. Tea wvas poured by Mrs.. John
1L. Efingellr.
Due to °illness Dean Hamilton _'eas
u nable t o attend.
14ichig an Dily and. Chimes for $4.50.1

Saaithz, B ianoud, t.Under-
wood, Remington, Royal,
or any stanidard type-
writer you mlay prefer.
See us before you buy.
- 0. D. Mouill
17 NicelAr.d

oJUrLctc-Uadi L)uty, Lvicdl-Uje Luxe !
On~ tha Stage-An Organization of Excellence
TED RHODES' ORCHESTRA
You'll be deiiglited. Appearing both Afternoon and Evening
IG COMEDY TOO --- IT'S A RIOT OF liEN
LIJPINO LANE IN "THE- PIRATE"

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'~?OR the first time in his
'black career of crime Pro-
fessor Moriarty meets an ad'
*versary to be feared! The man
who terrorized 'all England,
the diabolically clever crook'
who laughed at official Scot-
land Yard, the arch-fiend who
knew no fe'ar and respected no
law at last saw his empire of
1avvlcs mess tottering. A silent
figure in a Baker Street study I
threattened to wie the breed of
i/orial'ty from- the earth!

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Eat it For Luncheo:
Macaroni with.

Fri day and Saturday

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0a T rdi-nary macaroni is
used in 'preparing it; we
obtain' the finest and add to it
the best cheese ini liberal
quantities. Then it's baked

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in our huge ovens till a deli-
cio'us brown crust forms on
the top. You get a platefu
offi for, o1ly l C!
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