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ARCHERY CONTEST
Honor points will be awarded to the
winners of the women's archery con-
test which is to be held at 4:15 o'-
clock Monday afternoon, Nov. 6, at
Palmer field. The winner of first'
place will receive 30 honor points and;
the winner of second place, 20 honor
points.
The contest, which is under the di-
rection of Miss Marion Dawley, ofJ

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Madison, Nov. 2.-One hundred and lected any other field. Economics
nine degrees have been conferred on comes second, with 358 men.
graduate students by the Board of --_

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Regents for work completed during
the 1922 summer session.
Madison, Nov. 2.- Approximately
1000 students will accompany the
team to Ann Arbor to witness the
Michigan-Wisconsin game. Gus Tuck-

the physical education department, is !rman,
open to all women who have been terday.
practicing archery whether in regulari sent to
classes or in- outside work. To prey

Varsity cheer leader, said yes-
The entire band will also be
the game, he announced.

PROF. F. N. SCOTT WILL OPEN
GRADUATES PARTY TOMI 1
Professor F. N. Scott, of the Rhetor-
ic Department, will open the Graduate
School party which is to be held at 8
o'clock this evening in Barbour gym--
nasium. Following Professor Scott's
remarks, a varied program' arranged
by the committee in charge will bqj
given."
All graduate students are especial-
ly urged to attend since this affair i
the initial assemgly of its kind for the
year.
Professor T. E. Rankin and Mrs.
Rankin and Miss Zelma E. Clark, so-
cial director of Martha Cook resi-
dence, will be the patron and patron-
esses of the party.

AT THIE THEATE~RS
Today--Screen.
Arcade - Wanda Hawley in
"Burning Sands;" and Bobby
Vernon in "Pardon My Glove."
Majestic--Lon Cheney in "The
Trap"; comedy and news.
Orpheum-Niles Welch and Jos-
eph Dowling in "The Spend-
ers"; and comedy.
Wuerth-Doris May in "Up and
At 'Em"; comedy and news.
This Week-Stage
Garrick (Detroit) - "Greenwich
Village Follies."
Sbubert - Michigan (Detroit) -
Bonstelle company in "The
Woman in Bronze."

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freau will consist of three faculty
men, three alumni and three from the
undergraduate body. They will handl,
question of precedent and make de-
finite settlements of customs affect-
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pare for the contest there will be an
extra practice from 3:45 to 4:30 o'-I
clock this afternoon at Palmer field.
LEAGUE COOPERATES
'WITH VET'-ERA NS

Lansing, Nov. 2.--"Fight Michigan to
win." That is the note that will be
sounded at the mass and pep meeting
.cheduled to be held in the gym Fri-
(lay night, the evening before Lansing
and East Lansing, and the whole col-
lege moves down to Ann Arbor for a
lay.

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Everyone will be there. No one
Chairmen of the various comfmittees would think of missing a pep meet-
Sowhe beenanno as foFl- ing on the night before the MichiganI
lows: Dance, Loraine Price, '24; floor game. Sixteen hundred, not 600,
minds will be filled with the one re-
Kathryn Woodward, '24; tea room,
Sue Fitch, '24; flower booth, Carol
Walters, '23; publicity, Dorothy Mc
Kim, '23; tickets, Marion Weller, '23, Evanston, Nov. 2.-More than 1200

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Arizona ma y put a woman in con-
gres Mrs. Hl. A Guild, known nation-
ally as a club woman and .ciiVic work-
er, i a candidate for congress from
that state. She is a itopublican nom
inee.
Tryouts for the Freshman Girls'
Glee club will be held Monday after-
noon att4:20 o'clock in room 204 of the
School of Music, for girls who were
unable to be present at the first try-'
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and music, Dorothy Bean, '23.j
Inasmuch as the evening of Nov. 11,
which is the second night of the!
Flower Show, is also Armistice day,
arrangements have been made for the
Women's League to cooperate with3
the Veterans of Foreign wars on th(
dance proceeds. This does not mean.
it was announced, that the affair ;s
to be strictly military.
MUMMERS TAKES
12 NEW MEMBERS;
The following girls have been taken1
into Mummers, Womens' dramatic or-
ganization: Winona Cudy, '24, Mar-'
garet Jones, '24, Charlotte Eckert,'
'25, Dorothy McFarlen, '25, Jane
White, '26, Marion Lehr, '23, Maude
Corey, '25, Barbara Allen, '26, Gene-
vieve Sturgis, '26, Phyllis; Delf '24,
Thelma Wiegand, '24, and Katherine
Clarke; '26.

tickets for the Illinois game will be
solk to Northwestern university stu-
dents before the game, the Athletic
association announced today. Tickets
and accommodations for the game are
being closed out at a rapid rate. Tho
average daily sale of tickets has been
250, while the railroad tickets have
sold at the rate of 150 a day. Nine.
hugdred tickets have Keen sold to
date.
Cambridge, Nov. 2.-English liter-
,ture retains its popularity this year
as a subject for concentration or
specialization. Statistics compiled by
the committee on the choice of elec-
tives show that 479 men have chos-
en English as their field of concentra-
tion, in which they must pass a gen-
eral examination in their senior year.
This is a larger number than have se-

Out of a field of 14 candidates wno has been formed at the University of
tried out for the cheerleader squad Washington. This comes as a re-
last Saturday during the Illinois
game, J. B. Glasgdw, '24, and L. S.
Leopold, '23E, were chosen to succeed
the members -of the squad who were
declared ineligible early last week.
The men were picked by a special
committee from the Student Council
of which E. C. Haug, '23E, was chair-
man. Response from the crowds
while they were leading cheers was!
the determining factor in selecting the
successful candidates.
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Due to illness Dean Jean Hamilton
will be unable to go to Grand Rap-
ids today to address the Grand Rap-
ids Association of University of Mich-
igan Alumnae and the Vassar alum-
nae c that city as she had planned.
Prof. J. RI Nelson will meet the
chairmnn of all committees working
on "The Knight of the Burning Pes-
tle," as well as the executive board
at. 2 'clock this afternoon in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall. Act V, scene 3,
will be rehearsed at 3 o'clock.
The chorus for "The Knight of the
Burning Pestle" will meet at 8 o'clock
this afternoon atMis Nora Hunt's
studio in the School of Music.
There will be a style show at 4
o'clock this afternoon in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall, for all members of
the Women's league. The show will
be followedi by ancing 1-in Barbour i
gymnasiutm.
Life-membership pledges for the
University of Michigan League may be
paid to Dorothy Wylie from 3:30 to
5 o'clock every Friday afternoon in
Neva Lovewells oieo in Barbour
gyminasiumi.
Chaperones for the dances this week
end are as follows: Union Friday._
Mrs. Yates Adams. Saturday-Miss
Martha Hills. Armory, Friday-Miss
Martha Hills; 'Saturday-Mrs. H. W.
Cake. licka rd, Saturday-Mrs. H.
G. Bergee.
About. 30 housrs have failed to call
for tho blanks for signing out which
are now ready at the o(lice of the
dan of women. House presidents
are urged to call immediately for
these blanks and to ,.: that they are
turned in at the end of this ,month.
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ASSOCIATION WORK DISCUSSED
BY EDUCATIONAL SECRETARY
Mrs. Frandes Fenton Bernard, in
speaking before the American Asso-
ciation of University women Wednes-
day afternoon, told of the work of the
educational department of the asso-
ciation throughout the United States.
As educational secretary, she discuss-
ed some of the plans which she has
for her work in the future.
Mrs. Bernard also mentioned the
fact that the St. Louis branch of thli'
association has compiled statistics
concerning the expenses of women
college students at all the colleges and
universities on its list of accredited
schools. A copy of the pamphlet is
on reference at the desk in the upper
reading room at the, library.
WOMEN'S RIFLE CLASS
ENROLLMENT INCREASED
More than 30 women have enrolled
in the evening rifle class, according
to Major Willis Shippam 'of the local {
R. 0. T. C. who gave th'e first evening
lecture Wednesday at the R. 0. T. C
headquarters. The total number of
women who are practicing rifile shoot-
ing has now reached 95, an enrollment
greatly exceeding that of last year.
Major Shippam states that he is
pleased with the progress which is be-
ing made this year. steady pro-
gress will be more certain when an
indoor range has been secured in
which to conduct classes at night and
during bad weather.
STYLUS LITERARY SOCIETY
ELECTS 4 NEW MEMBERS
Stylus, honorary literary society.
has elected the -following girls for
membership: Mary Griffin, '23, Mar-
ian Kerr, '24, Arden Leatherman, '23
Ed., and Ruth Lechlitner, '23. An in-
itiation breakfast will be held at
9:45 o'clock Saturday morning, Nov.
4, at the Marbruck Tea Shop.
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